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  • Bad Devil thumbnail

    Bad Devil Bad Devil

    Playing RPG and Simulation games Playing RPG and Simulation games
    $3,614.97
    Leo G
  • Field of dream thumbnail

    Field of dream Field of dream

    ultimate gaming PC ultimate gaming PC
    $1,604.94
    alen c
  • Slick Black/White thumbnail

    Slick Black/White Slick Black/White

    Photo of when I first boot it in my garage in May of 2021 which has run smoothly ever since. CPU, motherboard, and cooling... Photo of when I first boot it in my garage in May of 2021 which has run smoothly ever since. CPU, motherboard, and cooling are thanks to Microcenter! I purchased the game capture recently to be able to stream switch games finally. Has lots of RGB but honestly haven't messed a lot with it as seen in the more recent pic. Considering to get a new case (likely with extra fans) since I broke the USB-C port lol
    $1,952.98
    Moises R
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    Super TUF Gamer Super TUF Gamer

    New build using some leftover parts from a previous gaming PC. Used for gaming in Sea of Thieves, Age of Empires 2 DE, Ark,... New build using some leftover parts from a previous gaming PC. Used for gaming in Sea of Thieves, Age of Empires 2 DE, Ark, Phasmophobia, Icarus, Starcraft Remastered and more. MB in old computer was ASUS Tuf B550 and when I got the TUF 3080 and found I needed a new case to make it fit, looked up what the ASUS TUF lineup had to offer and found this gem.
    $1,571.01
    Thomas T
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    XPG-001 XPG-001

    I build this computer as another member of my favorite hobby. I have built many computers through my life since 1993. It... I build this computer as another member of my favorite hobby. I have built many computers through my life since 1993. It serves as a family computer and a gaming pc for myself and my son. My favorite games are strategy based, which are flexible with my free time. In the near future I am planning to acquire a sound card for this pc.
    $1,052.93
    Gabriel G
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    Purple Instinct Purple Instinct

    I am a gaming streamer which is exactly what the pc is for. Playing games like valorant, fortnite, apex legends, and... I am a gaming streamer which is exactly what the pc is for. Playing games like valorant, fortnite, apex legends, and warzone.
    $1,391.93
    mark l
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    Old Bones But New Heart Old Bones But New Heart

    First off let me say that I apologize for the dirty old Enthoo Pro M case. It has been through a house move, multiple... First off let me say that I apologize for the dirty old Enthoo Pro M case. It has been through a house move, multiple systems, a cat, and recently a curious 1-year-old boy. I need to get a buffer and see if I can knock out some of those scratches. I may end up getting a new case for Christmas instead. This is the upgrade treat that I have been waiting for. I built my original in August of 2016 which consisted of the following. I7-6700k (oc'd to 5ghz) 32gb DDR4 3200mhz RAM old 2.5" SSD Asus GTX 1070 (still a strong card, but I need a bit more juice nowadays) Asus Z170-E mobo CPU: I upgraded to the 12600k because I don't really think I need anything more than that for the games and things that I do right now. It's a great compliment to the GPU I picked. I ran the system pretty hard for 2 weeks and then I OC'd the CPU to a healthy 5.2ghz and have had absolutely ZERO issues. Temps are great on the cooler and it scores well on Steam's 3d Mark CPU testing. RAM: I picked up the only available RAM I could find in stock. I didn't want to wait on ordering it because I had all the other parts in hand already so BEST BUY was my target. These are very fast and I've already got them sitting on 5200mhz without any issues. I'm not too big on RGB lighting because I'm really the only one that sees my PC so these are just fine for me. Motherboard: What can I say? ASUS has never let me down with their motherboards. I loved the Z170-e and now this Z690 is even better. So easy to manipulate XMP for memory and overclock whatever you want. Temps are great and it's really a beautiful board. It did require an extra CPU power connector, but my new PS took care of that with no issue. I really love the M.2 slots. I have two Gen4 M.2 drives covered by the ASUS heat sink plates and I see no issues with heat. GPU: Monster upgrade from my regular ol' 1070. This ASUS Tuf 3080 OC edition really amped up my games and I'm loving every minute of it. I got it for a "just ok" price and I'm proud that I didn't try to wait until the 4000 series comes out. Looks like they will be very much delayed. I run this card on the GPU TWEAK III software settings for OC MODE. I have not tried to undervolt it yet. Hard Drives: Gen4 M.2 drives from Samsung and Western Digital. Both are fast. I have Windows 11 installed on the Samsung and all my games on the Western Digital. I will be adding a 3rd drive soon and yes it will be a Gen4 as well. Perfectly compliments everything about the PC. The mobo is set up to accept the Gen4 drives so might as well utilize all the slots. Power Supply: 850 watts of Gold power from Corsair. This thing doesn't even break a sweat and it's twice as quiet as my old EVGA GQ 650w. This one is fully modular and was a easy task to install. Two cables to my GPU and two cables to my CPU. Still has room for more and tons of capability for Molex and SATA. Monitor: Well I made a mistake thinking this one was fully compatible with Gsync, but it isn't. I did some research and found out that I can put the monitor in speed overdrive and it would show up in the menu for gsync in Nvidia Control Panel and it worked. Everything looks smooth and I LOVE this monitor's OSD software inside of Windows. I can even add a crosshair and change quite a bit of settings that I've never used prior. NOTES: Case is old and will probably get replaced this year or next. The keyboard and mouse are just my personal favorites. GAMES: I play the following as of right now. Star Citizen (high settings for textures, 1440p res, this game is intense and I avg 40-75 fps) World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and will be in Dragonflight soon (everything on MAXIMUM ULTRA) DayZ (MAX settings on 90% of everything, 1440p res, (AA turned down and distant textures down a tad) Mass Effect franchise Halo Infinite (almost max everything, brought down a lot of AA settings, and kept tuning until I was getting 70+ fps at all times. Sometimes I turn it down enough to get 100fps if I'm pushing hard multiplayer) I hope now that I have a much better system, to be able to get some more AAA titles and really test out the DLSS and RTX features. I am not a maximum frame rate player all the time. I love turning up the graphics to max and just enjoying the visuals in-game. I do turn down some settings when I want to play FPS games competitively though. Thanks for looking, if you have similar parts and have tips and tricks don't be afraid to comment!
    $1,609.95
    Claire Z
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    DQS (First Build) DQS (First Build)

    My profession is computer technician, I have been working in the field for 10 years. And since 5 years ago I didn't have a... My profession is computer technician, I have been working in the field for 10 years. And since 5 years ago I didn't have a computer because my old laptop died. But I got tired of creating good machines for others, now it's my turn. I appreciate that you give ideas and your opinion!!!
    $2,214.94
    SU Z M
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    Patchwork PC Patchwork PC

    I originally built this computer back in 2017 with a 4690k and a 960, over the years it has had many upgrades, a 1060 to a... I originally built this computer back in 2017 with a 4690k and a 960, over the years it has had many upgrades, a 1060 to a 1080ti to a 3080 10gb FHR, the CPU went from the 4690k to a 8600k to now a 12600k. I am planning on putting a 12700k in the computer. The computer has been through a lot and has survived many case changes and drops.
    $2,490.90
    Tain P
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    Xaviers upgrade Xaviers upgrade

    My friend Xavier needed a new touch up to his PC. So I added new components and fans to it My friend Xavier needed a new touch up to his PC. So I added new components and fans to it
    $1,951.93
    Eric M
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    A Budget Workhorse A Budget Workhorse

    The reason for building my pc was to be able to learn on the hardware side of computers in addition to building a solid rig... The reason for building my pc was to be able to learn on the hardware side of computers in addition to building a solid rig for a variety of purposes while not breaking the bank but on the other hand be able to handle some relatively intensive games and be quick enough for general use. Games I play are relatively dated but I still enjoy starcraft and csgo. I’m currently pursuing a compsci degree and use this rig to complete assignments and code. Future upgrades include a much stronger graphics card possibly the gtx 2070 and amd ryzen 5900-5950x and increase ram to 32gb. The one aspect of the build I’d do differently is not skimping on the GPU ram size.
    $1,069.96
    the3loquent
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    Black and White Black and White

    This is a gaming/3d rendering rig that I built during quarantine. I heavily overpaid for some of these parts since I bought... This is a gaming/3d rendering rig that I built during quarantine. I heavily overpaid for some of these parts since I bought them at the height of the chip shortage and I desperately needed them to finish some projects which my old PC was not able to handle. This PC is now able to render all projects that I've thrown at it so far. Massive step up from my old i7-4770 and 1070 build. Also this thing easily runs every game I've thrown at it at the highest quality at 1440p resolution. === While planning out the build, I was not intending on adding any RGB stuff, but all of the RGB parts I bought were either cheaper or at an equivalent price compared to non RGB stuff. Wiring and cable management was definitely a nightmare to do. There are a total of 7 RGB fans (3 from the cooler and 4 from the case) which each have a fan connector and RGB connector. There is also a RGB connector for the case LEDS and another RGB connector for the CPU pump block. I connected all the RGB connectors from the fans, case, and pump block into 1 header on the motherboard so I can easily control the lighting of the whole system. This lets me easily sync the colors with all components without having to adjust them each individually. I use an app called SignalRGB to control all my RGB components (including peripherals like keyboards and mice) so everything in my build can synced together. If you don't want to deal with all the cables and wiring, I suggest that you don't go the RGB route or at least don't get too many RGB stuff. === I also used the subreddit r/buildapcsales to find sales on majority of the parts. If you are planning on buying stuff overtime rather than buying everything all together, I recommend snooping around there every day to see if there are any deals on stuff. There are a few parts that are not listed on the build, such as the white PSU extension cables and a couple fan splitters. Those can be bought from Amazon or elsewhere.
    $3,692.94
    Kristian R
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    jerams pc jerams pc

    i really like this pc because i build it with the help of my friends to get the best gaming experience, it costed me too... i really like this pc because i build it with the help of my friends to get the best gaming experience, it costed me too much money but its good PC and i will use it for my new gaming setup
    $1,074.27
    isa h
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    legends gaming legends gaming

    I build this pc for my gaming setup, i am planing to use it for school but mostly gaming, the most thing is cool is the... I build this pc for my gaming setup, i am planing to use it for school but mostly gaming, the most thing is cool is the graphics card and gaming is nice
    $1,769.94
    majd h
  • First PC Build :D thumbnail

    First PC Build :D First PC Build :D

    Pretty generic Lian Li build. I know many people say its overrated but I like the fish tank aesthetic. I undervolted my GPU... Pretty generic Lian Li build. I know many people say its overrated but I like the fish tank aesthetic. I undervolted my GPU since I've heard it was a power hungry card and used DOCP to set my ram at 3200.
    $1,706.93
    MING ZHAN W
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    old faithful old faithful

    desktop pc that was used for college desktop pc that was used for college
    $1,073.93
    Alex D
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    Cheap Powerhouse Cheap Powerhouse

    This build is mostly to play FFXIV and do some EEG Computing work on the side. This build is mostly to play FFXIV and do some EEG Computing work on the side.
    $1,323.94
    Joseph R
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    New Build 2022 New Build 2022

    I built this PC for playing games like (Deep Rock Galactic, Call of Duty, Horizon 5, FC5, Destiny 2, Control, and more). I... I built this PC for playing games like (Deep Rock Galactic, Call of Duty, Horizon 5, FC5, Destiny 2, Control, and more). I also use it for a home server for video streaming and network file storage.
    $3,334.93
    Ryan S
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    Ex2 Ex2

    Work and gaming Work and gaming
    $1,335.95
    Benoit H
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    NY Mets NY Mets

    Big Mets Fan, I wanted the colors and logos. This build defines my famdom and loyalty. Big Mets Fan, I wanted the colors and logos. This build defines my famdom and loyalty.
    $1,683.93
    Mariano M
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    Old Mid-range Build Old Mid-range Build

    I use this primarily for gaming, RPGs, FPSs, etc. I use this primarily for gaming, RPGs, FPSs, etc.
    $951.98
    Matt G
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    Fun box Fun box

    A great little gaming/ streaming pc that can easily run valorant at 300+FPS and fortnite at 250-300FPS. A great little gaming/ streaming pc that can easily run valorant at 300+FPS and fortnite at 250-300FPS.
    $829.94
    daniel J
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    the box the box

    My budget computer that i use for both coding and gaming. I usually just play fornite on it. My budget computer that i use for both coding and gaming. I usually just play fornite on it.
    $1,024.96
    leslie p
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    Gaming Pc Full Setup Gaming Pc Full Setup

    My full computer setup. My full computer setup.
    $1,834.94
    joe N