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  • Ash's Build thumbnail

    Ash's Build Ash's Build

    uWu uWu
    $1,329.88
    Justin M
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    Tuf Guy Tuf Guy

    I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating... I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating power. Also, I currently am a full time streamer on twitch and wanted to be able to stream on 60 fps output, while also playing on high quality settings. Come stop by! twitch.tv/itzbaldie
    $2,161.86
    jesse n
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    RGBeast RGBeast

    A new setup to provide an optimal gaming experience A new setup to provide an optimal gaming experience
    $1,948.93
    Bulent A
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    Drew's PC Build Drew's PC Build

    This is the PC I build when my computer died. This is the PC I build when my computer died.
    $1,454.89
    Drew Tauber
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    Erie - My Project PC Erie - My Project PC

    I originally built this computer when I was 12, with an FX 8350 and GTX 950. Over the years though it’s been through many... I originally built this computer when I was 12, with an FX 8350 and GTX 950. Over the years though it’s been through many changes as my interest grew. The first real upgrade was to a GTX 1060 for VR, then I got a Ryzen 7 1700 when Zen launched, and when mining exploded I got in early enough with my modest little machine to buy a 1070. Between those mining Etherium I saved up enough to sell those and get a EVGA 1080 TI Hybrid. I then traded my dad for one of his MSI Armour 1080 TI he had after mining died (since he was one of the weirdos who bought 10 graphics cards for it) and a small Corsair AIO since it seemed to be a better overclocker than my hybrid. That’s actually still the card I have today (yes the list says 2070 super it’s just the closest thing to it). Then when Zen 2 came out, I showed up on launch day and got me a 3700x. As luck would have it my motherboard didn’t get the bios update so I had to get a new one, and at the time the cheapest one with a post code read out was the behemoth of a board that is the Crosshair VIII. It wasn’t a wise purchasing decision if I’m being honest but I love the board nonetheless (even if the overclocking buttons don’t work as advertised). The reason I put this build here as new, is because one, I’ve never posted it before, and two, I just rebuilt the entire thing in an 011 Dynamic with custom water cooling. Another enormous waste of money, but one I love nonetheless. I think the theme here is to have fun with the computer not on the computer. With the new loop, and the 20$ gpu block, t-die is 40 degrees in time spy extreme fully overclocked. I now hold the world record in my hardware config (aside from a guy who somehow hacked 3D mark and is 2000 points above stock at stock clocks). Other than the cooling though, I also modified the current sense circuit for the 2 8 pin pcie power connectors by piggybacking some 8 miliohm resistors on top of the existing ones. This means under full load the card thinks it’s only using 80% of its (already modded through vbios) 120% Limit, stopping gpu boost from hitting power or thermal limits ever. I love this thing and I can’t wait to play with Zen 3 when it comes out, a unified ccd is going to be a whole new adventure to tinker with. A couple of notes before I go though, my TIM is not liquid metal, it’s Kryonaut, Cunductonaut was just the closest thing in stock. Additionally I don’t have the gigabyte SSD, I have a Sabrant Rocket that I got for way cheaper and actually has 50000 iops on the one in the build list. Lastly, the RGB on the fans is from Phanteks Halos that microcenter also doesn’t sell, but turns the beastly Vardar fans into something with really good rgb (the EK rgb Vardars only have one set of leds that aren’t individually addressable).
    $3,514.45
    Samuel L
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    Gallandof Gallandof

    Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer
    $4,404.78
    gallandof
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    Excalibur Excalibur

    Gaming and workstation build. I'm a data scientist and I work with big data from home, so I needed a powerful multi-tasking... Gaming and workstation build. I'm a data scientist and I work with big data from home, so I needed a powerful multi-tasking machine.
    $2,834.84
    DPennington
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    Glass House Glass House

    Just my daily driver. Working on some ideas to beef it up for the future. Just my daily driver. Working on some ideas to beef it up for the future.
    $6,750.50
    Cole Daniels
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    Entry level enthusiasts build Entry level enthusiasts build

    This is an entry level enthusiast gaming build. You can expect to get great performance running newer games at 1440p on... This is an entry level enthusiast gaming build. You can expect to get great performance running newer games at 1440p on medium/high settings. It has a sleek black design without the distracting RGB lights. Comes with a 500GB m.2 drive for games that need the faster load times and a 1TB HDD for extra games and data storage.
    $1,112.91
    MC-MayfieldHeights
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    Entry level enthusiasts build Entry level enthusiasts build

    An entry level enthusiasts build now in white! Can run modern games at 1440p on medium to high settings with great... An entry level enthusiasts build now in white! Can run modern games at 1440p on medium to high settings with great performance. Nice sleek design without distracting lights.
    $1,142.91
    MC-MayfieldHeights
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    Gaming God Box v3 - Deggena store 045 Gaming God Box v3 - Deggena store 045

    Component Configuration:CPU: Intel i7 8086k @5.3ghz delided with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaught. GPU: Titan RTX with a... Component Configuration: CPU: Intel i7 8086k @5.3ghz delided with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaught. GPU: Titan RTX with a Heatkiller IV Ni RGB waterblock and backplate. RAM: G. Skill Trident Z RGB Royal 16gb (8x2) 4266MT/s with custom timings Benchmarks/Stability tests: Timespy: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/40069453 CPU Stress test: https://imgur.com/o0929PF Ram Stress Test: https://imgur.com/nq0yZrN Peripherals: Custom Cables: Cablemod Modmesh Pro E-series Carbon Monitors are Asus PG279QZ (1440p @ 144hz) + Asus PG27UQ (4k @ 144hz) Keyboard: Massdrop CTRL (Gateron Yellow plate mounted switches) Mouse: G502 Lightspeed Wireless + Lightspeed Mousepad AMP/DAC: Monoprice Monolith THX 788 Headphones: Sennheiser HD6XXs + Focal Elex
    $8,131.44
    Devon E