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  • Gpu lackin thumbnail

    Gpu lackin Gpu lackin

    I built this pc on a $500 budget. it's original intention was gaming which I still do I play rainbow 6, forza horizon 4,... I built this pc on a $500 budget. it's original intention was gaming which I still do I play rainbow 6, forza horizon 4, forza motorsport 7, assetto Corsa, valorant, and gta. I also use this pc for online school now. It has a intel i5 9400f, a rx580, and 16gb of ram on a 750 watt psu for that gpu upgrade 😉. To be clear everything was used that's how I got it in the $500
    $1,055.42
    Henri P
  • Satisfiable speed for mid-level graphic games, with less than 900 dollar budget thumbnail

    Satisfiable speed for mid-level graphic... Satisfiable speed for mid-level graphic games, with less than 900 dollar budget

    I do a lot of officework: typing, creating documents, and so on. So I thought ryzen 5 3600 + 16gb ram would be sufficient... I do a lot of officework: typing, creating documents, and so on. So I thought ryzen 5 3600 + 16gb ram would be sufficient enough, and I also spent a considerable amount of budget to buy a good 500gb SSD, and a nice set of game keyboards & mouse. Also, I occasionally enjoy games that do not require high quality graphics (minecraft, some steam games, etc), so I chose radeon rx 570 for my video cards. I also need to run some research program like matlab, mathematica, and they run totally fine. For bad part, It would have been better if I chose smaller case. My case seems too big and heavy. The other bad part, when I turn the power on, there is a 5 second lag until motherboard starts to operate. I'm not sure about this issue, but it doesn't bug me too much because once turned on, it is fast enough.
    $716.91
    Junyoung A
  • The Chief Masheen thumbnail

    The Chief Masheen The Chief Masheen

    Needed it to make music and play Doom and Doom Eternal on mouse and keyboard, then I just got into it and kept trying to... Needed it to make music and play Doom and Doom Eternal on mouse and keyboard, then I just got into it and kept trying to make sure it was optimal for whatever I needed to do.
    $749.40
    Erik G
  • The basic one thumbnail

    The basic one The basic one

    It's a very basic and cheap pc. It has everything you need for streaming and playing toons of games in high resolution. Of... It's a very basic and cheap pc. It has everything you need for streaming and playing toons of games in high resolution. Of course, it has its limits but it's useful for almost everything.
    $599.93
    Jorge R
  • Third Build - First AMD Build thumbnail

    Third Build - First AMD Build Third Build - First AMD Build

    This is my third-ever build and my first using AMD instead of Intel. My first build was i7-6700 (Gigabit Motherboard -... This is my third-ever build and my first using AMD instead of Intel. My first build was i7-6700 (Gigabit Motherboard - don't remember which one) with 250GB SSD and 1TB Hard Drive (7200 RPM). Video Card was an ASUS Nvidia GT745 in a Corsair Medium Tower. Unfortunately, my 1TB hard drive was down to 30 GB when I got back from a trip to Germany and Windows 7 support was done. I bought a 4TB Hard drive and 500 GB SSD and was going to replace the drives in the Intel build when I decided to build a new computer instead to avoid losing the other data. Went to Microcenter in Fairfax VA, and he suggested a AMD Ryzen 7 instead of Intel i7. Price point - very good. Then he sold me the case- Lian Li LiCool II. REALLY good move I later learned. Brought home the gear and put it aside until I had time to build it. Well...COVID closed everything down and I decided to build it to get my mind being stuck in my house. Loved it. It was a great little build, and I was able to upload my photos and purge my old drives. I also updated the First build with the same 500GB SSD and 4TB Hard Drive so I got the old computer working well in Windows 10. My only "complaint": my ASUS Nvidia GT1030 was just underpowered. I was only able to use two monitors and I wanted a three-monitor option. I was not in a hurry to buy a new one, but I was looking for video cards that could handle three or four monitors. A few months later, I watched a video from JayzTwoCents ("Is NVIDIA even trying anymore" - April 25, 2019) when he was reviewing the GT1650. For some reason hecompared it to an PowerColor AMD RX570 Radeon Red Devil 4GDDR. Reason: it was CHEAPER than the GT1650. When I saw the RX570 price ($139.99 vs $80 for the GT1030), my jaw dropped to the ground. When I checked Microcenter, they had that very card on sale for $139.99. Bought it online on the spot and picked it up that day. I replaced the GT1030 and LOVE the new card. I don't even play games! Monitors: AOC 2770 27" 1920x1080 HP 27q 27" 2560x1440 LG 32 FHD 32" 1920x1080
    $963.92
    Kevin G
  • Black Widow thumbnail

    Black Widow Black Widow

    Snowstorm was made just 2 weeks ago. Ever since then, hes been holding up really good. I have built this PC for my brother... Snowstorm was made just 2 weeks ago. Ever since then, hes been holding up really good. I have built this PC for my brother and really enjoyed it. This machine is pretty capable of 1080p gaming or really high 720p. My brother uses Black Widow to play games such as Minecraft, Ark, Sims 4 and Subnautica. He got this fairly budget PC for his Birthday because he used to play on an All in One Lenovo computer and the upgrade for him PC vise was urgent. He is very happy to have this PC which he can play games on.
    $775.92
    Bence A
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    Relaxed Gamer Relaxed Gamer

    CPU is overkill for this GPU but the Microcenter store here is limited right now so this is it. Tried to keep it cheap as... CPU is overkill for this GPU but the Microcenter store here is limited right now so this is it. Tried to keep it cheap as possible with GTA V ~60 FPS as the bar. 1 SSD for the OS and Movies and the second one for games so that if i have to reinstall the OS I won't have to reinstall every single game. I'll be buying this setup this week probably.
    $789.89
    Michael H
  • $1000 College Budget Setup thumbnail

    $1000 College Budget Setup $1000 College Budget Setup

    This is a college PC for gaming, work, and personal use. The PC, monitor, peripherals, software, and OS are included in the... This is a college PC for gaming, work, and personal use. The PC, monitor, peripherals, software, and OS are included in the budget.
    $1,000.84
    Amin A