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  • Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB thumbnail

    Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB

    Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some... Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some games on my Macbook pro as well on my Microsoft Surface Laptop. Didn't get far with my thousand dollar laptop. Was going to buy another laptop but then ended up reading and understanding about building a PC. This is my first build. The main purpose of building this pc was to play games like Watch Dog 2, Need for Speed Heat, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Call of Duty MW Warzone, GTA V, and many more. I also do a lot of construction design reviews using Autodesk programs such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Revits, Navisworks, and Bluebeam program. With the PC setup listed below, I've seen FPS between the range of 100 to 150s depending on the games I play.That's with no overclocking. I am using a Dell S3220DGF 32" Curve monitor that I later bought to replace my HP 25er monitor.
    $3,292.79
    Feng G
  • Project Titan thumbnail

    Project Titan Project Titan

    Project Titan is a yellow and black themed Intel/Nividia build with RGB lighting, sleeved cables, all housed within a... Project Titan is a yellow and black themed Intel/Nividia build with RGB lighting, sleeved cables, all housed within a coolermaster h500p mesh in gunmetal grey. This build has been a work in progress for several years, and is finally at a point where I would call it "complete". Project Titan has been built up primarily for simulators, especially DCS and soon Microsoft Flight Simulator, but also all sorts of gaming. The build as it sits today has basically none of the parts it started out with back in 2012, but got here piece by piece over the years. It started out with an AMD Phenom II x4 and a 4870x2, which eventually got switched for an Intel 4930k setup paired with an RX 480 4gb, then a 1070 FE. Then I switched it up to a Z390 platform with a 9600k and 1080, and now it sits basically finished with an 8700k replacing the 9600k. If I could have done anything different, I would have probably gone with AMD back when I got my 9600k. Back then, I would have instead gone for a 2700x paired with an x470. This would have given me a better upgrade path moving forward. Alternatively, I should have waited a couple more months for the initial launch of Zen 2. I think I would have also gone with the Lian Li PC011 Dynamic rather than my H500P Mesh. I love the h500p mesh and its enormous cooling capabilities, but the aesthetics of the dynamic for only a small hit in cooling performance really cannot be beat. More recently, I would have held off on picking up my 8700k...the 9900k prices are dropping and I could have dropped $100 for the 9900k instead. For the future, there is a chance I will still be going for the 9900k if I can. That would be the end game for my z390 platform and would have me really getting my money's worth out of the investment in the platform. I also see the possibility of going for an Ampere card when the release, or perhaps a Turing card if the prices come down. Beyond that, I think my next major build is probably 2-3 years away. By then, I will likely sell my entire PC and start from scratch for the first time in many years. Thanks for reading!
    $1,880.91
    phantomknight321
  • The Ernie Build | 2020 Edition thumbnail

    The Ernie Build | 2020 Edition The Ernie Build | 2020 Edition

    I built Ernie because my old PC could not handle everything I wanted to do. I know, sounds pretty generic. This was a huge... I built Ernie because my old PC could not handle everything I wanted to do. I know, sounds pretty generic. This was a huge build for me. I have lived my whole life using low end, or very old hand-me-down parts. I had built a brand new PC before but it was entry-level at best, and I was not smart and favored looks over performance. I learned my lesson and buckled down and saved every penny one summer. I was going to spare no expense. RGB and looks were low on the list, but still very important. I was going for a Storm Trooper theme PC, and I think that turned out. I wanted the maximum performance possible, fast storage, and lots of it. The latest graphics and features and the RTX 2080 Super from EVGA fit the bill nicely. I wanted the CPU to have at least 8 Cores, so it would excel at recording and streaming. I was originally looking for the PC O-11 Dynamic, but it required fans and water cooling looks sick in that case, but I don't plan to do a custom loop, anytime soon. The Fractal Design Meshify C, it has good thermals and even better looks. It is pretty small for an ATX chassis. The biggest reason I built Ernie, was so I could start doing Youtube, and Streaming. My old PC could not handle gaming and recording at the same time, and struggled to run most games at 1440p/60FPS. I am looking to upgrade my monitor to an LG UltraGear IPS 144hz QHD Monitor. I also am looking to upgrade the AMD Stock Cooler to a Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4, because the stock cooler is super loud. I need to add more fans to further improve thermals, I am looking at some Corsair HD120's those look nice and perform well. If you read this far, Thank You, and maybe subscribe to my new YT Channel, QuackoOperator, I have already posted a video about this PC and I hope to continue to grow the channel and make some gaming content in the future. I want to make a series on F1 2020, maybe some Nascar Heat 5, and other racing games and shooter games such as COD: MW/Warzone.
    $1,807.91
    Jack S
  • CTP thumbnail

    CTP CTP

    I built this computer for regular use and gaming. The games I play are Anno 1800, Elder Scrolls v Skyrim with 600+ mods. I... I built this computer for regular use and gaming. The games I play are Anno 1800, Elder Scrolls v Skyrim with 600+ mods. I am waiting for Microsoft flight simulator 2020 to come out on the 18th. Me and my 4 year old daughter have a Minecraft game where we have been building and creating a small village. I would like to upgrade my ram so I can have RGB Light on them.
    $1,470.94
    ctp133
  • Genie RGB thumbnail

    Genie RGB Genie RGB

    Okay, so this is my build for gaming/streaming on a budget over time. I call it Genie, because that's what the RGB is based... Okay, so this is my build for gaming/streaming on a budget over time. I call it Genie, because that's what the RGB is based off of, hex code pulled directly from samples of Alladin's Genie. The one thing I actually want more of on my board is fan headers, I'd like at least 5, but I'm not sure it's a thing. Also, I hope to eventually grab a case and board with USB-C front panel options. I think that if I had thought I would have saved less on RAM and gone with 3200 over 2666 OCed to 2866. But, I'm still figuring out the platform. The 2060 Super still leaves a bit to be desired when streaming, and becomes overtaken by RTX Voice, but the 3600 (non x, upgraded from 2600) leaves a large delta for upgrade on the GPU side. I run no OC on the CPU to take advantage of the 4.7ghz single-core PBO. My 2060 Super is OCed via MSI Afterburner on the automatic curve. The entire system is air cooled, and rarely pops over 80C even under max load.
    $1,236.92
    kagesong
  • S. T. Laurie Goode thumbnail

    S. T. Laurie Goode S. T. Laurie Goode

    So far I’ve been using it for a lot of Rainbow Six Siege and unfortunately more homework than I’d like to admit. I... So far I’ve been using it for a lot of Rainbow Six Siege and unfortunately more homework than I’d like to admit. I ultimately wanted to build something that I could afford while still being able to do what I want with it. I am a Nursing student at UTA and a father of three so this is perfect for when I want to relax or spend a day off gaming from morning to night. I set out to build a VR capable PC for racing and some first person Star Wars: Squadron and possibly upgrading for a racing simulator set up. I have cut some corners due to the circumstances with COVID and because I know I was not compromising on the parts. I also knew that I’d probably end up building another one for my son once he saw this one haha!
    $792.88
    shawn b
  • Pokey Express thumbnail

    Pokey Express Pokey Express

    Built this system primarily as a hobby and for PC gaming including (but of course not limited to) Assetto Corsa, Rocket... Built this system primarily as a hobby and for PC gaming including (but of course not limited to) Assetto Corsa, Rocket League, Battlefield, Squad, and Insurgency Sandstorm. The CPU and GPU are a bit dated now so I am planning on a CPU and GPU update once the 3000 Nvidia series is released.
    $2,872.40
    carbonFybr
  • 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
  • Blizzard thumbnail

    Blizzard Blizzard

    I am only 14 and I got my first job so I decided to upgrade to this beast! I hope you enjoy! Planning on upgrading the 1080... I am only 14 and I got my first job so I decided to upgrade to this beast! I hope you enjoy! Planning on upgrading the 1080 to a 3080 when that releases. Also for the pc build competition I do have parents permission to enter so just for you guys know.
    $2,014.91
    Computer M
  • MZXT thumbnail

    MZXT MZXT

    I like playing easy to run games like CSGO and Valorant but also some harder to run titles such as Far Cry New Dawn, GTA V,... I like playing easy to run games like CSGO and Valorant but also some harder to run titles such as Far Cry New Dawn, GTA V, Forza Horizon 4, Assassins Creed Oddesy, The Witcher, Project Cars 2 and more. I also plan on using this with a VR headset soon. I also plan on getting a racing wheel for some sim games. Also MZXT is the name because my name starts with m and the rest is zxt part of nzxt.
    $1,397.90
    Matthew H
  • AMD-Ryzen thumbnail

    AMD-Ryzen AMD-Ryzen

    I build PC's to last 5-10 years. Even if you purchase from a main line PC manufacturer, go for a top tiered pc that will... I build PC's to last 5-10 years. Even if you purchase from a main line PC manufacturer, go for a top tiered pc that will last. You will get your moneys worth. You save few hundred bucks building your own and I'm thankful for Microcenter and their very competitive pricing.
    $1,109.92
    Blake M
  • The BEAST thumbnail

    The BEAST The BEAST

    Simply a beast with Ryzen Threadripper and QUAD RTX 2080ti Power! Simply a beast with Ryzen Threadripper and QUAD RTX 2080ti Power!
    $11,401.83
    Richard K
  • AMD/Corsair Gaming Build thumbnail

    AMD/Corsair Gaming Build AMD/Corsair Gaming Build

    Built up as a fun 1080p gaming machine with mid-tier components (for 2020). Typical games are Sim Racing titles such as... Built up as a fun 1080p gaming machine with mid-tier components (for 2020). Typical games are Sim Racing titles such as Assetto Corsa, iRacing, Project Cars 2; Battle Royales, and The Division 2 (with cool lighting effects supported by iCue). Ultimately will be Twitch streaming my racing career. Halfway through piecing it together I realized that I had a lot of Corsair components (case, PSU, rgb lights) I went ahead with the HD series RGB fans over the case-included stock fans and the newly released A100 CPU air cooler (dropped Ryzen 3600 temps from stock cooled 45C idle to 26C idle!) to complement my K63 TKL board and Nightsword and XL sized desk mat. Latest components to the build include the add-on LS100 kits for very cool, smooth lighting effects to complement the original RGB strips. Along the way I was inspired to add the LS100 strips directly to my GPU support tower not as subtle lighting, but making it full up-front and visible. The 275R Airflow case is lightyears better than my old 2008 Newegg case, with way better cable management and expansion options. The mesh front, top, and PSU are easy to clean and keeps the case relatively dust-free.
    $1,092.92
    jaut1986
  • Super RX-5 thumbnail

    Super RX-5 Super RX-5

    I built this computer to run iRacing and edit videos for my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/chann... I built this computer to run iRacing and edit videos for my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTgLcmOlmtN3az_iTedS-Q/ This is my 5th desktop computer build.
    $438.94
    Lewis Anderson Jr
  • Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge thumbnail

    Austin Evans - Third Person Build... Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge

    This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom... This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom backpack setup with a drone racing VR headset and a GoPro camera to see himself in third-person! Because the camera is shoulder-mounted, it is a bit unsteady, which adds to the difficulty of assembling this PC. If you're going to build a new PC, we'd recommend trying it first-person before you level up your difficulty like this! These parts were chosen to give Austin the best chance for success. Do you think he succeeded? What do you find most difficult about building your own custom PC? Check out his video below to see if Austin was able to complete this build in third-person! To see the full video visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRLIs76-C7M
    $1,177.91
    Micro Center
  • Echo thumbnail

    Echo Echo

    I built this computer realizing that my old computer had seen the end of it's life performance wise. I researched and went... I built this computer realizing that my old computer had seen the end of it's life performance wise. I researched and went through a couple different iterations of the build, but am happy about how everything turned out.
    $1,663.92
    ryan g
  • TIFFANY thumbnail

    TIFFANY TIFFANY

    Multi purpose for after hour gaming and my main workstation. I've been doing IT for 10+ years now and enjoy having this eye... Multi purpose for after hour gaming and my main workstation. I've been doing IT for 10+ years now and enjoy having this eye candy around.
    $1,989.93
    vesna S
  • Hades thumbnail

    Hades Hades

    I built this pc to get into video editing, music creation, heavy gaming and streaming. I dont have any channels yet but im... I built this pc to get into video editing, music creation, heavy gaming and streaming. I dont have any channels yet but im working on it. I got the idea to make a pc after watching bitwit and austin evans make custom pcs inside microcenter and when i found out i live only 1 hour away from microcenter i started planning my build, obssessively checking if motherboards were in stock (the board i was looking for kept getting reserved and sold out). Then one day i see they got a shipment and so i put the items in the cart and reserve them. I only reserved the motherboard and cpu because i was afraid they would sell out. So i planned a small trip with my gf to this store an hour away. At first i was just going to leave with the parts i reserved but walking into the store i saw an opportunity to grab almost everything (excluding graphics card more on that later) for a lot cheaper than i would get in other places and instantly instead of waiting on shipping. Luckily my brother upgraded his computer a couple years back so we had an extra graphics card laying around collecting dust so i decided to wait on the gc, insert the old asus r9 380 and keep looking at microcenter for a good time to upgrade. And thats what i would use this money for. I was looking at getting a rtx 2070 super but with the money i would be saving i can shoot for a 2080 ti! Thanks for reading -Billy Juarez Proud owner of a new pc :) -edit added powersupply to complete build isnt exact model but specs are the same added graphics card i would like to buy (to see full price of build)
    $1,107.92
    Billy J
  • Hell Spawn thumbnail

    Hell Spawn Hell Spawn

    This is my first custom build in a very long time. I think I nailed it (for the most part)!* AMD Ryzen 9 3900X OC'ed from... This is my first custom build in a very long time. I think I nailed it (for the most part)! * AMD Ryzen 9 3900X OC'ed from 3.8Ghz to 4.5Ghz (ALL CORES) * Corsair iCue H115i RGB Pro XT AIO Water Cooler * Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste * MSI MPG X570 Gaming Edge Wifi ATX AM4 Motherboard * 32 GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3200 OC'ed to 3600Mhz * Western Digital SN750 1TB M.2-2280 NVME SSD (Boot Drive) * Seagate FireCuda 2TB 2.5" 5400RPM Hybrid SSHD (Game Drive #1) * Western Digital Black 4TB 3.5" 7200RPM (Game Drive #2) * Asus Geforce Dual RTX 2060 Super (Dual Fan) * Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Mid Tower * EVGA BQ 850 W 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply * 5x Deepcool RF120M 120MM RGB Case Fans * Viewsonic VX2758-C-MH 27" 1920X1080 144Mhz Monitor * Corsair K55 RGB Keyboard - Harpoon RGB Wired Gaming Mouse - Corsair VOID Elite Surround Wired 7.1 Surround Headphones * Microsoft Windows 10 Pro * APC BN1100M2 Battery Backup *** Next upgrade will be a better monitor with DisplayPort so I can utilize the Ray Tracing feature of the GPU! ***
    $1,630.93
    VenusPCS
  • Jim's 280x thumbnail

    Jim's 280x Jim's 280x

    1440p high framerate gaming! Shooters, racing sim, AAA adventure games, a healthy diet. Also RGB overload.... 1440p high framerate gaming! Shooters, racing sim, AAA adventure games, a healthy diet. Also RGB overload. https://streamable.com/n1kb07
    $1,711.87
    jwebz88
  • Gallandof thumbnail

    Gallandof Gallandof

    Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer
    $4,404.78
    gallandof
  • Shenanigans thumbnail

    Shenanigans Shenanigans

    Shenanigans is designed to do OBS streaming, gaming workloads, and extreme overclocking. It is named Shenanigans because all... Shenanigans is designed to do OBS streaming, gaming workloads, and extreme overclocking. It is named Shenanigans because all the parts in the case are operating outside of manufactures specification. For example the motherboard is operating its VRMS at 140% just to compensate for the RAM and CPU overclock. The PC's primary use is to stream the pro Beat Saber and Echo Arena for the CVRE League. I should be using a better motherboard for the CPU but if it is not broken don't fix it. Both the CPU and GPU have there own separate AIO water coolers which makes the whole PC extremely quiet and keeps the temperatures down. I also use this PC to overclock and push hardware to the limit. In full overclock mode this computer pulls around 800 to 900 watts (yes I know the power supply is only rated for 850 w but EVGA makes great power supplies).
    $2,085.90
    whit2030
  • The Gaming Cave thumbnail

    The Gaming Cave The Gaming Cave

    We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose. We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose.
    $3,823.80
    Anthony K
  • Alice Rev. 3 thumbnail

    Alice Rev. 3 Alice Rev. 3

    I sold my last system (Mad Hatter) the week the Ryzen 3000 series came out. But I didn't have a case to put the new cpu and... I sold my last system (Mad Hatter) the week the Ryzen 3000 series came out. But I didn't have a case to put the new cpu and mobo into. So I made my own makeshift 'test bench-esque' case with random things I happened to have. A few months later, a buddy of mine was finishing up some home projects and I asked him to make me a T frame with any left over wood he had. Fast forward 9 months later, and I finally got the chance to start this project. CPU/MOBO/RAM - Purchased from Microcenter 7/7/19. SSD/HDD - My previous configuration had too many drives. So I got the NVME ssd for the essentials and two 2tb hdds, one for games the other for recordings. GPU - A reason to give my old GTX 1080 to my g/f. CPU Cooler - I knew I wanted to go back to air with this build. I didn't realize this cooler was... this big. CASE - Extra wood a buddy had left over after making a shelf. Extras - Acrylics and Acrylic bender from Performance-PCS. I originally planned this to also have a handle. I purchased the MNPC Tech cnc handles. But as I was building, I realized how heavy this would be. So I'll save those for the next/smaller build. **June Update** Replaced the acrylic panel below the gpu with a wider version. The gpu now looks sad at night. Build Log - https://imgur.com/a/olub8eT Improvised Build - https://imgur.com/a/HmowHWa _________________________________________ Uses - Gaming, Video editing, Streaming, and Sim racing.
    $1,544.85
    CallMeRizzo