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  • Stock market machine thumbnail

    Stock market machine Stock market machine

    Built for stock market research on 3 screens Built for stock market research on 3 screens
    $629.93
    Aggieland Pc
  • Budget Gaming/School PC thumbnail

    Budget Gaming/School PC Budget Gaming/School PC

    My oldest daughter plays games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Forza, etc. I wanted to build a PC that could give some... My oldest daughter plays games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Forza, etc. I wanted to build a PC that could give some good performance and stability
    $1,178.84
    Otis J
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    first build first build

    I’m really happy with my first build, i have been waiting for build one since i only have one old laptop to play game, i... I’m really happy with my first build, i have been waiting for build one since i only have one old laptop to play game, i used to only get 30fps for PUBG and some 3A games. now i can have better experienced to play those game. i think i will upgrade my graphics card to 2070s, add a corsair water cooler and add another 1 tb ssd for my build in future
    $1,267.93
    Michael K
  • PC built for a customized office thumbnail

    PC built for a customized office PC built for a customized office

    This is a budget PC built on purpose for a home office in a new construction by Toll Brothers. The design of the 4000 square... This is a budget PC built on purpose for a home office in a new construction by Toll Brothers. The design of the 4000 square feet house is towards the modern style in the interior decoration. The office room has a full suite of barn style wooden furniture. This PC has to fit naturally into a customized ladder desk between two windows. The RGB is a must-to-have feature to add some live and modern element to the office. The spectrum theme shown in the photo was not a good fit, but the white theme was perfect. The hardware itself is not important and could be an overkill for routine office work.
    $957.92
    fridgy
  • Absolute Zero thumbnail

    Absolute Zero Absolute Zero

    I mainly use it for gaming but I plan on using it also for streaming on twitch.tv/thenamesfrosty. I mainly play Valorant,... I mainly use it for gaming but I plan on using it also for streaming on twitch.tv/thenamesfrosty. I mainly play Valorant, League of Legends, and Minecraft, but with the 2080 super, I plan on playing the latest triple A games on 1440p resolution. I also plan on using the system to work on CAD and work on 3D modeling and printing.
    $1,993.90
    Isiah L
  • AMD New XT Gaming  Build thumbnail

    AMD New XT Gaming Build AMD New XT Gaming Build

    I wanted to try the new 3600xt CPU and 550 Board. i grabbed it all the 1st day it all came out and it went very well I wanted to try the new 3600xt CPU and 550 Board. i grabbed it all the 1st day it all came out and it went very well
    $1,005.92
    nick p
  • First Gaming Build thumbnail

    First Gaming Build First Gaming Build

    I built this pc after saving for a long time. I used to play on PS4 but wanted a better gaming experience. So I started... I built this pc after saving for a long time. I used to play on PS4 but wanted a better gaming experience. So I started saving and had enough for it in march and went to micro center to buy all the parts. everything was very easy to put together. I play competetive FPS games like Fortnite, Rainbow six, Valorant and CSGO. I get 144 FPS easily in all games on ultra settings. I also play games like GTA V and RDR2 which i get around 60 FPS in the open world and 100 FPS in buildings. One thing i would've done different is to of went with AMD over Intel for 6 cores and 12 Threads rather than 6C and 6TH. My upgrade would have to be a I9 9900K because its still a beast processor for gaming and content creation. I would also not have to upgrade my MOBO like i would a 10 series Intel or AMD CPU. Over all it is a very good gaming build not the best for streaming but i get good FPS for competitive games and have had no problems so far.
    $1,114.94
    dom m
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    Missy Missy

    Built for gaming. Call of Duty Modern Warfare. Built for gaming. Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
    $1,629.94
    Ricardo R
  • Budget Stealth Build thumbnail

    Budget Stealth Build Budget Stealth Build

    Hi all, I built this rig as an upgrade from my classic i5 4690k and GTX 970 starter build and the experience has been a lot... Hi all, I built this rig as an upgrade from my classic i5 4690k and GTX 970 starter build and the experience has been a lot of fun. It started off as a GPU upgrade for my old build, but after some pretty bad CPU bottlenecking in Forza Horizon 4, Warzone, and Red Dead 2, I went ahead and overhauled the rest of the system. I hadn't actually planned to do a water cooled build, but I picked up the cooler master AIO second hand for $50 and then after some abysmal GPU temps under load (~85C) I decided to look into water cooling the GPU. I was able to get the Kraken G12 bracket from Microcenter for only $20 and then I snagged an EVGA CLC 120mm AIO from their B-Stock page for a whopping $30. From there I began my first custom mod of mounting the water cooler to my EVGA RTX 2070. Allegedly the Kraken G12 is incompatible with the 2070, but to my pleasant surprise the AMD mounting arms worked perfectly and I didn't even have to cut or drill anything. Now I'm able to get a solid 2070MHz clock speed and my temps cap out at 55C. Ideally I'd like to get a 240mm or 280mm AIO to put on the GPU to try and push the temp lower core clock higher, but there's no room in my current case. I did splurge a little bit in some places, like the motherboard (could've got a B450 Tomahawk instead) and sleeved cables, but they only set me back about $75 so I'd say its worth it. Otherwise every component of this build was either purchased at a significant discount or in used condition to save money. All together I was able to assemble this build for right around $1000 which I'm pretty happy with :) In hindsight I wish I'd spend a little bit more on the GPU and gone for a refurb 1080ti or maybe a 2080, but the 2070 sets me up for a good 1440p 144Hz experience. In the future I really want to change the case to an O11 Dynamic and install a larger radiator for the GPU, but for now my little waterbox is all I need.
    $1,177.76
    aidanam
  • Nerd on a Budget's Summer 2020 Budget Build thumbnail

    Nerd on a Budget's Summer 2020 Budget... Nerd on a Budget's Summer 2020 Budget Build

    This is a gaming PC that's capable of gaming at 1080p comfortably and 1440p on select titles. It is also capable of... This is a gaming PC that's capable of gaming at 1080p comfortably and 1440p on select titles. It is also capable of streaming when leveraging the NVENC encoder with the GTX 1660 Super.
    $769.93
    Danny L
  • Budget gaming build 2020 thumbnail

    Budget gaming build 2020 Budget gaming build 2020

    This was built for my son for light gaming duty during this stay at home time. He is currently playing Sea of Thieves and... This was built for my son for light gaming duty during this stay at home time. He is currently playing Sea of Thieves and Minecraft. We raided our PS4 to get an SSD for this build which allowed us to save a bit which we put back into getting a better power supply. We don't have any future upgrades planned to the desktop itself as of this time. My son is pretty happy with it. We might add a monitor as right now it's connected to a 1080p 37" TV. No complaints from my son but I think that area can get better. Other than that, I know he'd like a proper desk and a nice chair.
    $884.91
    John J
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    on a budget on a budget

    I originally had a prebuilt because parents did not trust me to build so when they finally did I gutted it and got a new... I originally had a prebuilt because parents did not trust me to build so when they finally did I gutted it and got a new case and motherboard. And got some used parts on eBay auction months later I mostly do gaming like r6 and escape from tarkov and do some 3D rendering.I do plan to eventually upgrade the cpu
    $1,193.97
    David Y
  • RGB V1.0 thumbnail

    RGB V1.0 RGB V1.0

    Built it since my older computer was 8 years old, figured it was time to upgrade since many of the games I play (Valorant... Built it since my older computer was 8 years old, figured it was time to upgrade since many of the games I play (Valorant and triple AAA titles) have to be played on low settings. Thinking about upgrading my graphics card asap as everything else is updated except that due to budget. Hopefully I can add more flare as time goes and make it vomit rainbows lol
    $1,197.91
    Kazuma C
  • Mid-tier build for gaming and general purpose thumbnail

    Mid-tier build for gaming and general... Mid-tier build for gaming and general purpose

    For gaming (Monster Hunter World, League of Legends, Valorant, Overwatch, etc.) and Photoshop For gaming (Monster Hunter World, League of Legends, Valorant, Overwatch, etc.) and Photoshop
    $1,609.86
    Petcharat K
  • AMD Washout thumbnail

    AMD Washout AMD Washout

    I got into PC gaming back in my freshman year of college in 2017. For the longest time, I was playing games like Fortnite... I got into PC gaming back in my freshman year of college in 2017. For the longest time, I was playing games like Fortnite and Minecraft on my 2016 13" MacBook Pro, dual-booted with Windows 10. However, gaming performance was subpar with this; I wanted to be able to enjoy games graphically but also wanted something portable since I was moving between my dorm room and my home a lot. About a year later, in August 2018, I bought an eGPU with a Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580. This was definitely a step up but it was a pain to maintain and keep operational, as Windows 10 updates constantly broke it and caused error 12. Shortly after buying my eGPU, I began doing research on building my own PC and saving up. I did research off and on for a couple years and then, this past spring after COVID hit and quarantine started, I finally decided to pull the trigger and build my own PC. I did a bunch of research on what the best parts were and how to actually build my computer. After I had my list of parts nailed down, I started watching prices. I saw my local Micro Center had only one Sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700 XT Special Edition in stock, so I went ahead and ordered it for pickup. I got to Micro Center and decided to look around for a bit, as it was my first time being in one. While I was there, I decided I might as well pick up my case too. However, an employee asked me if I needed any help. Long story short, I walked out of Micro Center that day with everything I needed to build my PC (whoops). Later that night, I began building my PC. It went fairly well, but I did struggle with getting the motherboard into the case. Being a first time builder, I attached the Z63 pump to the CPU right away-- that meant that I had to somehow get the motherboard in while also holding the radiator and not putting too much stress on the pump. I didn't want to take off the pump, as I feared messing up the pre-applied thermal paste. I was finally able to get the motherboard in and the rest of my build was pretty easy. Shortly after I completed the build, one of the lights went out in one of the fans on my RX 5700 XT. I took it back to Micro Center to replace, but they did not have the same one in stock, so I just decided to use my RX 580 from my eGPU and save up for when AMD releases new GPUs. The PC performs great and playing games on it is a blast. The white NZXT case is simple and pleasing to look at. I'm extremely pleased with my choice of parts. I mostly use the PC for gaming, playing anything from PVP games like Fortnite or Warzone, to other games like No Man's Sky or Satisfactory. I am able to run everything on high-ultra settings and get 60+ FPS. I would love to be able to get more frames, but my monitor is only a 60Hz monitor, so I am not too concerned about that right now. Next to upgrade will be the monitor and then the GPU. I'm hoping to find a nice 1440p 144Hz monitor during Black Friday or Amazon Prime Day. I am hoping to stick with AMD for my next GPU, but would also love to get a GPU capable of ray-tracing. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments!
    $1,539.92
    Ryan S
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    dagz dagz

    This build is not only a gaming pc, but also is for engineering work once I get into the field. I needed a build that would... This build is not only a gaming pc, but also is for engineering work once I get into the field. I needed a build that would provide quick speeds with high efficiency, and this does the trick.
    $1,051.94
    Thomas D'Agostino
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    Simple(But Cool) Simple(But Cool)

    I built this computer for gaming and so that I would have a good computer for college classes. I built this computer for gaming and so that I would have a good computer for college classes.
    $2,135.90
    Matthew S
  • The Matrix thumbnail

    The Matrix The Matrix

    I built this pc to play the pc games that I've wanted to try out for so long now. As an xbox one player, the pc gaming world... I built this pc to play the pc games that I've wanted to try out for so long now. As an xbox one player, the pc gaming world is new and exciting but still familiar. So far my favorite games have included CSGO, Minecraft (Java edition with some mod packs), and garry's mod. I of course have other games that I play and want to try but those are my most played as of right now. I do also use this pc for school work, and while I mainly use it for gaming, it gets the job done nicely for both. I also plan on getting into streaming and creating videos of me gaming in the near future. I have a couple of friends who also have pc, and it's been fun to play with them in ways I couldn't before, whether it be with new games or games we'd play on xbox with the addition of some mods.
    $1,477.91
    Isa A
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    My First Build My First Build

    After using a higher end desktop for the first time I realized it was something I really wanted to work towards. I did my... After using a higher end desktop for the first time I realized it was something I really wanted to work towards. I did my research and bought each piece one or two at a time over a few months. It felt like it was taking forever but luckily I was able to finish buying everything right before quarantine really kicked in. Once I got all my pieces a buddy of mine bought all his pieces and we built them together over discord. It was great going though the process with him because we were able to double the research done and both help the other through it all. I use it everyday whether it's for work, browsing the internet, or gaming. I use it for Overwatch, Civ 6, League, various battle royale games, and whatever else, open to suggestions! The next step I want to take with this is to get a VR system for it.
    $1,421.88
    Philip L
  • Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC

    I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed!This was my first mini-ITX build and also the... I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed! This was my first mini-ITX build and also the first time using rigid tubing! It was an exciting build to explore liquid cooling and create a system for 1440p gaming. Runs many games really smooth on 1440p. such as World of Tanks, Destiny 2, GTA 5, World of Warcraft, Overwatch, COD Warzone, and... I'll need more storage space for more games. For future upgrades, I would like to add two 1TB SATA SSDS and if necessary another 1TB NVMe Drive. I like playing all types of games and look forward to having a large library of games to choose from instead of uninstalling and reinstalling all the time. Doing the PETG tube bends in the H210i was a challenge but it was so satisfying to utilize most of the space in a small case. I'm thinking of adding one of the dyes that came with the Liquid Devil when I drain the distilled water to install Noctuas in the front of the case; currently using Cougar 120mms. CPU and GPU temps at idle are 40-45C, as ambient is above 32C since I built this PC. At loads, temps range from 55 to 65C depending on the game. Undervolted the 5700XT and not OC'ing the 3700x. Little worried about the CPU temps being higher than the GPU at idle but I will continue to monitor it.
    $2,884.76
    Manuel L
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    Micro RTX gaming Micro RTX gaming

    Micro RTX gaming Micro RTX gaming
    $956.91
    Liam M
  • Go Small to Go Big thumbnail

    Go Small to Go Big Go Small to Go Big

    The biggest part of my setup is my monitor as I am a day trader. I could have gone with a dual screen monitor but one... The biggest part of my setup is my monitor as I am a day trader. I could have gone with a dual screen monitor but one seamless 49" monitor is more aesthetically pleasing. Most of the budget was spend on aesthetics rather than performance due to the low demands of a trading platform. I believe that this setup is pretty well rounded for other task including light gaming. Parts and specs of this build is pretty mid-range running a full AMD build with plans for future upgrade if necessary.
    $1,181.94
    Van N
  • Nu Gaming Computer thumbnail

    Nu Gaming Computer Nu Gaming Computer

    Playing all sorts of games and on high settings Playing all sorts of games and on high settings
    $1,127.89
    nualp
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    Simple & Clean Simple & Clean

    AMD Gaming Build! Easy on the go PC. AMD Gaming Build! Easy on the go PC.
    $1,087.90
    Peter H