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    Minotaur Minotaur

    This a 10+ year desktop replacement build. I wanted to build a new desktop to upgrade from a 10+ year old one I've had that... This a 10+ year desktop replacement build. I wanted to build a new desktop to upgrade from a 10+ year old one I've had that I kept upgrading. I went for the best value for money build I could put together that would be good as a generic all around PC for programming and gaming. I put together an MSI Tomahawk WiFi motherboard, with a Ryzen 5600X CPU, the first time in my life I build an AMD PC I have been building Intel based ones since the 386SX generation CPUs, and a Geforce RTX 3060 GPU, with a total of 32 GB Ram. I managed to keep the cost of everything including a Dell S3221Qs monitor at just around the 2K range including tax. Here's a full list of the components: CPU : Amd Ryzen 5 5600X Motherboard: MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk WIFI AM4 AMD GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 3060 ti XC Case: Fractal Design Meshify S2 PSU: EVGA Supernova 650 G5 80 Plus Gold 650W Memory: G. Skill Ripjaws V 32GB DDR4-3600 PC4-28800 Storage: Inland Premium 1TB SSD 3D Nand M.2 2280 PCIe MVMe 3.0x4 Monitor: Dell S3221QS Keyboard: Azio MK HUE AIO Cooling: MSI MAG CORELIQUID 240R
    $1,622.04
    makmanos
  • Antec LF600X (Custom White build) thumbnail

    Antec LF600X (Custom White build) Antec LF600X (Custom White build)

    This is my first ever PC build. I’ve always been a console player but my brother-in-law convinced me to try PC gaming and I... This is my first ever PC build. I’ve always been a console player but my brother-in-law convinced me to try PC gaming and I got hooked. It started off as a budget build and quickly turned into a custom build utilizing as many Corsair products as possible, excluding the case. I knew I wanted to go with a white and black theme and I wanted the Antec DF600 Flux, but obviously the DF600 only comes in black. It was at that moment I decided to go custom. I tore the case apart and painted it matte white. Then I took apart my motherboard and painted as many things as I could matte white to match the case. I even took apart my brand new Asus 3060ti Dual OC and painted that white as well. It was a great experience building my own rig. I use it to play Division 2, Ghost Recon Wildlands & Breakpoint, RDR2, Far Cry 5 and 6 when it releases. Currently I have the Asus 3060ti but I’m hunting for an Asus ROG Strix 3070 or 3080 White Edition to match the rest of the build! I’m also in the process of selling my two 1080p monitors to get a curved 1440p ultra wide monitor.
    $2,571.45
    Shaun M
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    Almost Elegant Almost Elegant

    It's probably a little overkill for world of warcraft and overwatch but it's a beautiful piece of machine to just watch... It's probably a little overkill for world of warcraft and overwatch but it's a beautiful piece of machine to just watch until I get into a game. I have Lian Li strimers on the way to add more beauty to it. Looking back I wish I would have went with an asus hero viii board instead of the msi. I have another case that I will be learning how to do water cooling in and probably get away from the aio since they're just a lot more beautiful to look at.
    $3,074.93
    Chris W
  • Davinci Resolve X570 thumbnail

    Davinci Resolve X570 Davinci Resolve X570

    Needed a PC capable of smoothly editing and color grading on Davinci Resolve. Needed a PC capable of smoothly editing and color grading on Davinci Resolve.
    $2,069.90
    Abel D
  • Wife's Gaming PC XMAS Asus TUF 3060 TI & AMD 5600X. GREAT PC thanks elston Chicago microcenter! thumbnail

    Wife's Gaming PC XMAS Asus TUF 3060 TI... Wife's Gaming PC XMAS Asus TUF 3060 TI & AMD 5600X. GREAT PC thanks elston Chicago microcenter!

    This PC was bought on whim when I went to microcenter to do a return early on a monday when they happened to get a bunch of... This PC was bought on whim when I went to microcenter to do a return early on a monday when they happened to get a bunch of graphics cards and processors sent. Initially I was going to get a 3070 but then I noticed they had put out a asus 3060 TI tuf edition that was open box and over $70 off list price. It had been returned the night before by someone who wanted a 3080 I found out. It was still in its wrapper and unopened. Ended up also getting an AMD 5600x processor that had just arrived at the store. Most of the items including the ram, case and one hard drives were open box which really helps on price.
    $1,590.74
    jackuiowa
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    The GT40 The GT40

    100% dedicated gaming rig. Mostly for driving sims in VR. VR games: Assetto Corsa Competizione, Assetto Corsa, iRacing,... 100% dedicated gaming rig. Mostly for driving sims in VR. VR games: Assetto Corsa Competizione, Assetto Corsa, iRacing, Star Wars Squadrons. Non-VR games: Rocket League, Minecraft. Theme of the build was chosen to complement my sim racing room. Painted the case and added a custom made control panel with a start button from a Lotus Elise. I really wanted an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor, but there were none to be had, so the Intel Core i5 10600K was my second choice, but it's having no problems running all my games at decently high settings.
    $1,499.91
    Pete B
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    First Custom Loop First Custom Loop

    This is my latest gaming PC. I am strictly an Enthusiast/Hobbyist and self taught mostly. Lots of Google, FB Groups and... This is my latest gaming PC. I am strictly an Enthusiast/Hobbyist and self taught mostly. Lots of Google, FB Groups and Forums and YouTube videos of course. This is my first custom loop and it was hard tubing. My Thermaltake Pacific C360 kit was a great starting point but even the kits lack some important features, such as drainage options and additional fittings to make a solid attempt at a well thought out loop. I was lucky enough come by some parts GPU/CPU during a difficult time right here at MC. It was a beast and took me several weeks to assemble. The problem with not doing this all the time is you do one every few years and then technology goes nuts and you have to re-learn 18 things. LOL. Anyway hope you enjoy and it provides you some inspiration to do your own. I find when I get the opportunity to build it's very therapeutic for me. Sometimes I wonder if I enjoy the building more than the gaming. Well, maybe sometimes. Good Luck to everyone.
    $1,629.93
    asimcoe
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    Aorus Beast Aorus Beast

    Mainly built for gaming and work due to work from home given the pandemic circumstance. I play most AAA games and all games... Mainly built for gaming and work due to work from home given the pandemic circumstance. I play most AAA games and all games that on Xbox gamepass. So far I've played BF-V, Warzone, Far Cry 5, The Division 2, etc. I also use for zoom meetings when necessary.
    $1,532.91
    Remy Hendra
  • Clean Vanilla AMD thumbnail

    Clean Vanilla AMD Clean Vanilla AMD

    This is my first mid-tower build and I use it for Desktop Computing, Video Editing and Gaming.I use Davinci Resolve and... This is my first mid-tower build and I use it for Desktop Computing, Video Editing and Gaming. I use Davinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing. When I'm not working I turn it into a gaming machine using Ryzen Master and AMD Radeon Adrenaline Software profiles. I play Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA V, Portal 2, The Witcher 3, Sonic & All-Star Racing Transformed, Elder Scroll Online, World of Warcraft, Hitman 2, Forza Horizon 4, Need for Speed Heat, and many other from my Steam library.
    $1,068.96
    C.Hizzy