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  • A slight make over. Thinking I'm liking this way better! thumbnail

    A slight make over. Thinking I'm liking... A slight make over. Thinking I'm liking this way better!

    Gave my initial build/case swap a face lift. A little less RGB and more minimalistic. Still using the 205m case, Ryzen 3600,... Gave my initial build/case swap a face lift. A little less RGB and more minimalistic. Still using the 205m case, Ryzen 3600, and Asrock B450mA/C board, but have since ditched all of the Lian Li and CoolMaster RGB fans with (2) Corsair ML140 for top exhaust, (1) ML120 for rear exhaust. Swapped out the Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition with an iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT AIO, along with switching from Crucial RGB memory to Gskill TridentZ RGB 3200mhz (seem to play a little nicer with the Asrock and no software conflicts with the Motherboards RGB software) Haven't done any overclocking but from what I'm seeing temp wise I have some room to do so if I choose to. CPU temps underload went from a respectable 72 to around 62 degrees and barely breaking 30 degrees at idle. Now to continue waiting out the Chip shortage and swap out the 5500xt next, although the 5500xt is still good enough to play most games at high settings at 1080p with average FPS of between 45-100fps depending on the game so no rush there. Would be happier to upgrade the GPU to get rid of the single fan setup (noisy underload) more than anything else as it's the loudest part of the system.
    $1,369.86
    Nicholas F
  • What started off as a prebuild G164 turned out to be a case swap/build! thumbnail

    What started off as a prebuild G164... What started off as a prebuild G164 turned out to be a case swap/build!

    Now to wait the GPU Madness out and get either a 5700xt or 6800xt now that I have thermal/size headroom at a good price! And... Now to wait the GPU Madness out and get either a 5700xt or 6800xt now that I have thermal/size headroom at a good price! And yeah not show my age...it will run Crysis lol! First build in almost 10 years, back in the AMD Phenom II days! MicroCenter is the one good thing if not the only good thing about where I live lol!
    $1,089.91
    Nicholas F
  • Ryzen Gaming thumbnail

    Ryzen Gaming Ryzen Gaming

    I built this computer for both school work and gaming. Some of the games the games I play are Call of Duty and Forza which... I built this computer for both school work and gaming. Some of the games the games I play are Call of Duty and Forza which the Gigabyte RX 5500 XT handled perfectly during casual gaming at 1080p. For school, I have many programs running which is why the extra ram was very helpful. Some things I plan on doing in the future are switching graphics cards when the Radeon graphic cards come out or the new 3000 series from NVIDIA come out and adding a new B550 motherboard later down the line.
    $683.86
    Ali Q
  • PC Upgrade for my Sister thumbnail

    PC Upgrade for my Sister PC Upgrade for my Sister

    I bought a Macbook Air for my sister years ago and it seemed she was in need of an upgrade.We went for an under $1000 budget... I bought a Macbook Air for my sister years ago and it seemed she was in need of an upgrade. We went for an under $1000 budget on this build. The main uses for the computer is to browse, watch videos, listen to music, and maybe light gaming in the future. I was lucky to grab an open box for the GPU and it works well! A 240mm AIO upgrade would be awesome for this build so it can help lower the temps compared to the stock cooler. I added an additional two NZXT case fans as intakes in the front; I wasn't using them in my build and works perfect for here!
    $784.93
    Manuel L
  • Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build thumbnail

    Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC... Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build

    Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult... Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect parts for your build. Today, Matt and Jackson put together an amazing budget gaming build for you! They chose an Intel Core i3-9100F Quad-Core CPU, ASUS B360 PRIME mATX motherboard paired with a Gigabyte RX 5500 XT Overclocked and 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM from Crucial. The great value and performance of this build shine through in-game. Getting around 80-110 fps on mixed Normal/Medium settings in Warzone. Performance in Shadow of the Tomb Raider was equally impressive, getting an average of 60 fps on high settings. Matt makes a serious recommendation to include 16GB of RAM in your next build as it's becoming the new standard for good gaming performance. Watch their video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuyqYjAyHLE What do you think about The Toasty Bros build? With the limited availability of some parts, would you wait for parts to get back in-stock or would you buy what's available now?
    $551.93
    Micro Center
  • The XrayTed Machine thumbnail

    The XrayTed Machine The XrayTed Machine

    New build only a month or two old, and iM loving it!!Previous machine was a FX6100/1050ti very low end MB... began to... New build only a month or two old, and iM loving it!! Previous machine was a FX6100/1050ti very low end MB... began to upgrade that rig with doubling the ram and a larger more contemporary HD. As that was coming to fruition i noted the new tech on the market. Since i haveNt really spent much on my hobby in a while, I decided to overspend, i.e. spend way more than i initially intended to and just basically built from the ground up. This is what i thru together. IM really excited about the case, plenty of airflow and a PSU shroud (sry...it's my first one, now i can get serious about cable management). Also, AMD has improved quite a bit since my last build experience (10+ years ago) and having a good experience with the FX was excited about the Ryzen line.... the 1600AF doesNt disappoint. UPGRAYEDDs PSU needs attention...600-700w EVGA (probably)....modular tyvm (h8 the "condiment" cords...i understand theyRe doing good things with braided maybe??) WouldNt mind eventually throwing in a newer/faster graphics card.... ...currently considering my options for the aftermarket CPU cooler.... thinking "be quiet" has some tight answers, prolly go that way. (AIOs have me scratching my chin tho...the case gives plenty of options even with the 2 additional 140mm case fans) ...and if i ever wanna get into OC'n...iLL be solid My bottleneck is essential my screen...iM using my 40in TV atm (not the dinky one in the photo) ...never had anything more than 60hz....and i would love to see if response time makes much of a difference to the old man's already seriously eroded gaming skills (....50 if anyone is curious)
    $765.00
    Xray