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  • Clayst8tion’s PC Build thumbnail

    Clayst8tion’s PC Build Clayst8tion’s PC Build

    I built this PC right before COVID-19 hit us here in New York. There were multiple reasons why I went forward with building... I built this PC right before COVID-19 hit us here in New York. There were multiple reasons why I went forward with building this when I did – one of them being for remote working purposes as I am a Graphic Designer full-time for a company in New York City. I would be lying to you if I said I didn’t have streaming and playing video games on the list of reasons why also! Part of me wishes I went with the EVGA RTX 2080 TI XC Ultra GPU rather than my 2080 Super but I’m not complaining. I know I’ll eventually upgrade to a dual SLI at one point or another but with that, I’ll probably need a bigger computer case and a higher wattage power supply. Also going to get another M.2 SSD for my motherboard since two are compatible. I stream a variety of games Part-Time on Facebook and love interacting with new gamers in the chat!
    $3,231.85
    Claystation
  • Once upon a trip to Microcenter thumbnail

    Once upon a trip to Microcenter Once upon a trip to Microcenter

    Took a coworker on his first trip to microcenter and spent too much money lol. But got all of this and built all in one day Took a coworker on his first trip to microcenter and spent too much money lol. But got all of this and built all in one day
    $2,063.86
    spsanch89
  • White Ninja thumbnail

    White Ninja White Ninja

    I built this computer for a couple of reasons. The sole purpose was for video editing and music creation. Secondly was to... I built this computer for a couple of reasons. The sole purpose was for video editing and music creation. Secondly was to play some light gaming and virtual lab testing system. I am a Musician/IT technician, and music/video is a big part of what I do. So, I needed something that could handle both, and do other things in the process without having to choose weather to close programs because the components are lacking. I use Adobe premiere, photoshop, aftereffects, media encoder, and DaVinci Resolve for video creation and editing. For music I use Pro Tools and Reason. For games I do mostly racing and sports. For my virtual system I use VMware for my test labs for work. With all that said, building something powerful, stable and can handle everything is crucial. I have always used intel for my pass builds but I decided to take a jump to AMD for the first time and must its been great. Went with the Ryzen 3950x and it just powers through everything. Check out the parts I used, some might be overkill but why not lol. I do not like ordering things online and having to wait. So, Microcenter was just the best place to get all the parts I needed to create this build. Just want to say thank you and for making my dream possible.
    $3,792.92
    Nat E
  • The White Wizard thumbnail

    The White Wizard The White Wizard

    I built this rig to be overpowered for anything I might want to do. I built it with the intent i would keep it for a long... I built this rig to be overpowered for anything I might want to do. I built it with the intent i would keep it for a long time. Future upgrades? probably for show, I'd love to build a custom water loop as the case has room for it. I didn't because I was told I'd void the warranty on the GPU if I removed it's air cooler. What would I do differently? I'm not exactly happy with my cable management, but out of sight, out of mind I guess. What I really like is that it’s my first attempt at building. I’ve always bought Dell before. I got help on the forum here and watched what could only be described as an unhealthy number of YouTube videos (shout out to Linus Tech Tips) on all aspects ~ Component choices, actual build process, extras, and what not to do. The Wizard's Cinebench Score was 7102, I'm wondering if that is good. It seemed so on their list. I'd welcome any comments on that, i left everything pretty much stock in the bios other than updates everywhere..
    $2,929.85
    El Loco Diablo