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  • Devils Den thumbnail

    Devils Den Devils Den

    I use machine Primarily for home business but do some gaming I use machine Primarily for home business but do some gaming
    $1,844.93
    Jesse b
  • Fletcher Gaming build thumbnail

    Fletcher Gaming build Fletcher Gaming build

    I built this PC to cross over from Console gaming to PC gaming. I am a lifelong PlayStation fanboy and decided to venture... I built this PC to cross over from Console gaming to PC gaming. I am a lifelong PlayStation fanboy and decided to venture out into something new. I will still play PlayStation but my PC will be my main gaming platform to play adventure games such as Assassins Creed. In addition, I will be using this PC to play all the Xbox titles that I like such as Gears of War and Halo. This PC is pretty much the vehicle I will be using to enhance my gaming experience and get off of PlayStation Island. The secondary reason for this PC is to get used to windows 10 again. I have been an Apple fan boy as well and my family has been this way for about 10 years. The only PC I have in my house was a small ASUS from Walmart that was only used to run Microsoft Project for my project management courses in my MBA. Now I have this powerful computer to run my projects.
    $1,730.84
    Terence F
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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
  • Flight Simulator Build thumbnail

    Flight Simulator Build Flight Simulator Build

    Building a computer to play XPlane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator Coming Out Soon. Building a computer to play XPlane 11 and Microsoft Flight Simulator Coming Out Soon.
    $1,814.91
    Josh
  • Custom Honduran Mahogany Desk/Case thumbnail

    Custom Honduran Mahogany Desk/Case Custom Honduran Mahogany Desk/Case

    I'm not a big fan of RGB and because I can never do thing the easy way, I decided to do a custom case mod. So I built a... I'm not a big fan of RGB and because I can never do thing the easy way, I decided to do a custom case mod. So I built a Honduran mohogany desk that also acts as the case for the pc. Honduran Mahogany is the most stable wood you can use for furniture from an expansion and stability standpoint. Currently as it stands now, I haven’t oiled it yet, which will come when soon. It’s only version one and because I’m obsessive, I’m going to likely be working on another very soon to make it even better. I’ve got through 4 desks in the past 2 years and after the first 3 just decided I had to do it myself. I also host an Apache web server on Ubuntu server on a separate machine, so v2 of this desk will a dual or triple motherboard configuration, much cleaner, and water cooled so I can allow for much lower clearance configurations. It took me many many hours of work and many late nights because my shop is 2 hours away so I have to maximize the time I spend there! I’m a professional consultant for big home projects during my day job, and it was nice to take some of that energy and put it into my own home project, which is something I don’t always get the chance to do. Components ryzen 7 3700x Nvidia founders 2070 super NVME m.2 1 tb 32 gigs ram Temps under sustained 100% load Cpu max temp 57c Gpu max temp 63c Cool factor 100%
    $1,480.95
    Mason M
  • i7 10th Gen thumbnail

    i7 10th Gen i7 10th Gen

    Mainly a gaming rig but I am thinking about getting into streaming with it also. Planning on upgrading the video card when... Mainly a gaming rig but I am thinking about getting into streaming with it also. Planning on upgrading the video card when then new cards are announced
    $1,774.91
    Frankwjr
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    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
  • Demon thumbnail

    Demon Demon

    Gaming PC , play a lot of games :D Gaming PC , play a lot of games :D
    $1,359.94
    Momochiz
  • Missy thumbnail

    Missy Missy

    Built for gaming. Call of Duty Modern Warfare. Built for gaming. Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
    $1,629.94
    Ricardo R
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    Pichungis Pichungis

    Built this pichungis gaming machine for my two boys. It was a family project and it came out good!!! Currently playing... Built this pichungis gaming machine for my two boys. It was a family project and it came out good!!! Currently playing “escape from Tarkov”
    $1,836.41
    Mario N
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    Cooper Da Compooter Cooper Da Compooter

    This is my first gaming setup as well as the first time building my computer! Super happy with the result and how amazing... This is my first gaming setup as well as the first time building my computer! Super happy with the result and how amazing everything runs.
    $1,025.91
    moreto18
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    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
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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
  • Winter Build thumbnail

    Winter Build Winter Build

    I built my first computer through Microcenter several years ago, and now was a good time for an upgrade. I originally bought... I built my first computer through Microcenter several years ago, and now was a good time for an upgrade. I originally bought a Asus Dual 1070, the initial single white component of my build. This time around, I matched all other parts to it, most of which were unavailable until very recently. I use this PC to game and stream, most notably League of Legends, in which I have reached Challenger tier. I also play games like Rocket League, GTA V, CSGO, Valorant, and others with my friends. I'll be upgrading soon to the new 4000 series Ryzen CPUS and 3000 series Nvidia graphics cards, both of which will be water cooled.
    $3,350.68
    Lordd5000
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    Tranquility Tranquility

    Open Air, Closed Loop Open Air, Closed Loop
    $3,269.80
    GeoffM
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    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
  • Sheila... She is a tank, and I love her! thumbnail

    Sheila... She is a tank, and I love her! Sheila... She is a tank, and I love her!

    Hey, here is my upgraded "workstation". I am the Director of Photography for a new production company called M. White... Hey, here is my upgraded "workstation". I am the Director of Photography for a new production company called M. White Productions. What I lack in professional equipment, I make up for in knowledge and creativity. Plus, I do have one Black Magic 4k Micro Cinema camera that I rent from the studio... I have about 3 years of experience in videography, editing, and motion graphics with the Adobe Creative Cloud. I mostly just use photoshop, illustrator, after effects, and premier pro. Specs: Asus Tuf Gaming Plus Wifi X570 Ryzen 7 3800x 16gb DDR4 RAM 3200 GeForce GTX 1650 Super Corsair rm750x PSU 256gb Samsung 860 SSD 1tb HHD I want to upgrade the CPU to the Ryzen 9 3900x. I want to upgrade the RAM to Trident Neo 32gb 3600. Get a NZXT Kraken x63 280mm, an Inland Professional 1tb NVME with the heatsink, and finally get a good GPU, but I might wait on it to see what the next generation of cards will be. Always shop at Micro Center!
    $1,107.42
    Augustine W
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    Modmii Modmii

    I built this gaming rig for my niece. She is a tatoo artist who loves Anime, gecko breeding, Adobe Photoshop, digital camera... I built this gaming rig for my niece. She is a tatoo artist who loves Anime, gecko breeding, Adobe Photoshop, digital camera work and playing Final Fantasy. I have never done a water build before. Needless to say, this is not going to be easy but this is going to be a grand adventure. When taking on a build of epic proportions, the key is p-a-t-i-e-n-c-e. That is right, measure three times do it once. All in all, this has been an education and a pleasure. Remember research, research and more research are the prep you need. Water builds can be intimidating but the satisfaction you will feel afterward is glorious. Go take the plunge and build your own "aquarium".
    $3,451.50
    wjpsantiago
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    Steve's Photo-Build Steve's Photo-Build

    I do fine art photography involving high resolution HDR files. When combined with Ai software processes and multiple... I do fine art photography involving high resolution HDR files. When combined with Ai software processes and multiple layering techniques the image may start at about 270mb, but after extensive editing , could reach up to 1.5 gigabytes before resizing. This requires a lot of computer power.
    $2,619.90
    Steve Z
  • The Lian Li with no name thumbnail

    The Lian Li with no name The Lian Li with no name

    My son decided it was time to build himself a new gaming computer. He counted on my computer building and research... My son decided it was time to build himself a new gaming computer. He counted on my computer building and research experience to aid him with the new rig. Right now the build is a work in progress. We hit a snafu with the cpu water block and had to put the water build on hold. My son could not wait to get this baby up and gaming. So we stayed with an air cooled system (and a computer with no name). However in a few months if and when the RTX 3080 pops up, we will continue the water cooling half of the build. We scavenged from the old rig the Thermaltake 1050 watt power supply and Galax Hall of Fame 1070. In the mean time, enjoy the bright and clean look thus far.
    $1,813.70
    wjpsantiago
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    Spewing Out Rainbows Spewing Out Rainbows

    This is mainly a ASUS ROG rig using the AMD platform. It is for games like Days to Die, Fallout 4 and Doom Eternal This is mainly a ASUS ROG rig using the AMD platform. It is for games like Days to Die, Fallout 4 and Doom Eternal
    $1,954.92
    Troy U
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    Cyber Behemoth Cyber Behemoth

    Apparently, 11 out of 10 case mods currently are Cyberpunk 2077 themed, so I guess if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Of... Apparently, 11 out of 10 case mods currently are Cyberpunk 2077 themed, so I guess if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Of course, it had to be water cooled, too, and I haven't water cooled a system since the days of cutting your own window in a beige case and milling your own waterblocks. Thankfully, though, The days of shopping the plumbing department of Ace Hardware are a thing of the past, and I can just walk into a store and pay an entire seperate computer's worth of money for premade stuff! Having a 3d printer department in a store that's not located on a starship somewhere in the future was also amazingly helpful, and made the relearning curve of this entire mod bananas. Now I have an entirely new hobby that my wife can yell at me for enjoying. My initial vision was of a custom reservoir with a cyborg floating inside, with blood red fluid running through the tubes, like the sci-fi movie cliche where swimming in goo replaces all hospital beds, but then i realized that this is not my day job, so i improvised and bought a kit. I mean, what's a cyberpunk theme without a bubbling vat of person?The future is also shaped like a hexagon, so I added an aluminum hexagon pattern to the front panel of my case, and partly on top. I added 40 caliber shells with magnets inside, to the back panel for extra awesome. I've been eye-balling the Phanteks Enthoo 719 for some time, because I love full tower cases, and this sucker is a beast. Also, who has 2 thumbs and finally saved up enough money for a 2080 ti 2 months before the 30xx series is released? Oh yeah, this guy! Honestly, the card was worth the long wait, and chugs along maxed out at 4k, at around 37 degrees. Now all that was left was to bleed the system for a week straight, and add a half gallon of water to an improvised vase on the top of my case. This adventure is not for the faint of heart, and gives me nightmares, but the enthoo 719 weighs about as much as a Space X Falcon Heavy, so it should hold. The logo, fan grill, and cylinder base were all printed with a Creality CR-10. The base is just an enlarged fan grill available on Thermaltake's website. Homage paid to Akira and Elysium in the form of exoskeleton spine parts used as a cable cover.
    $3,973.82
    adam p
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    Frostbite Frostbite

    Walking through Micro Center one day to get a new fan for my good old Raidmax Smilodon case and made the mistake of walking... Walking through Micro Center one day to get a new fan for my good old Raidmax Smilodon case and made the mistake of walking past the cases, saw a core P3 black on the shelf and had to build one for myself, and so it began, which color which was a back and forth decision for some time. Had to bail on building it few times due to other circumstances and just kept researching and getting parts over I would say 2 to 3 years, some accessories are past over from last build though. Built it for gaming and just general use, do a little go-pro video editing from time to time. Really do not have any upgrade plans for the tower at this time but we all know how fast that can change. Definitely would like to in time upgrade old been through it all desk that started as a U desk and due to space keeps getting smaller and also some better cable management for the desk. Custom loop would also be a possible upgrade but do not like the idea of constantly changing the coolant and I like simple (LOL) so to be determined, that being said next will more then likely be VR. Types of games really I am all over the place, it is really whichever I got hooked on for the moment. Forth build I have technically done but always had a sidekick that honestly knows much more and this one is the first I was solo on other then texting questions and thoughts to said sidekick <(leader of what to get and do)(LOL), also is where the Klipsch 5.1 came from (great friend).
    $5,228.69
    scott e
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    NCASE M1 small form factor PC NCASE M1 small form factor PC

    I built this PC to replace my laptop - I initially thought I could get a slim gaming laptop and use it for both gaming and... I built this PC to replace my laptop - I initially thought I could get a slim gaming laptop and use it for both gaming and productivity, but ended up having to turn it in under warranty 4+ times for some catastrophic issues. This build now lives on my desk and is super quiet while under load playing Tarkov or while hammering away on PCB layout & CAD modeling!
    $1,527.95
    NicholasJ