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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
  • First Build! thumbnail

    First Build! First Build!

    Hi this is my first build! Back when i was a kid i always wanted to have my own gaming pc, I use to go to pc rentals just to... Hi this is my first build! Back when i was a kid i always wanted to have my own gaming pc, I use to go to pc rentals just to play my favorite games. This is a budget friendly build not so expensive and not so cheap. I worked a lot for this one and im not stopping, just like my passion in gaming i would always be up for something better. The feeling to be able to build yoiur own pc is one of kind experience and it is something not all of us can do. Im still learning and still working on my building skills and with this community i know for sure i will be better. I will be upgrading my build in the next few years and i will be working on parts that needs to be dealt with. I love playing MOBA games and MMORPG. Single player and multiplayer campaigns are one of my favorites too. Im still playing dota 2 for the last 7 years and looking forward on the new games like Assassins Creed Valhalla which i got recently when i bought the AMD Ryzen 7 3700x. Hopefully i got the chance to win the $500 for me to be able to buy a better chair and desk and other peripherals. Thank you!
    $1,597.89
    Gene Karlo D
  • Molan Labe thumbnail

    Molan Labe Molan Labe

    I built this as a way to help with boredom and keep connected with my kids during the 2020 lock downs. Started its life in a... I built this as a way to help with boredom and keep connected with my kids during the 2020 lock downs. Started its life in a Thermal take case and just the Asus Board and Ryzen 3 2200g but then the PC building/ Customizing bug hit me and hit me hard. I attempted to customize the thermal take case but that wasn't going the direction I wanted so I searched for a case that better fit my need but also wasn't the same mainstream cases I was seeing all over the internet ie the Nzxt. Ifound the case on Amazon and purchased it although the case could be slightly better it really fits my needs and satisfied my need to see the computer while its operating. I added a RX570 graphics card and more hard drive space. Then over the early summer the need to upgrade was further intensified when my son wanted to build his first computer. So I made him a deal he could have the Ryzen 3 2200g when I could get a Ryzen 3 3300x. Well after a long wait I was able to secure one of the 3300X cpu's at micro center upon installing the new CPU I determined I would be adding a NVME drive to hold the one and only game I play. So that was added and a heat sink, that although isn't needed it looks really good under the CPU fan. PSU extension cables were added for purely looks and not for function. All the case fans are remote controlled for their respective LED effects and the Wraith Prism is controlled by the Cooler Master Software. To do it all over I would have definitely done far more research and possibly gone another route with the motherboard, and I would definitely say I should have opted for a different Graphic Card like a RX 580 or a 5700. But those are Items I can add or change at a later time. This was started as just a simple Web Browsing machine and morphed into something else entirely. I am looking at changing the fans to one that have PWM control as these are just simple fans that have no speed adjustment.
    $1,009.82
    William G
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    The First Build The First Build

    I built it to do work and projects and do some light gaming such as Minecraft. I built it to do work and projects and do some light gaming such as Minecraft.
    $729.94
    Praveen P
  • 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
  • First Gaming Build thumbnail

    First Gaming Build First Gaming Build

    Built it for work and gaming Built it for work and gaming
    $1,449.91
    Jonathan C
  • Tech by Matt $1250 Gaming PC Build Guide thumbnail

    Tech by Matt $1250 Gaming PC Build Guide Tech by Matt $1250 Gaming PC Build Guide

    Welcome to my latest PC build featuring a budget of around $1250 Welcome to my latest PC build featuring a budget of around $1250
    $1,261.95
    Matthew B
  • White with Rainbows thumbnail

    White with Rainbows White with Rainbows

    I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I... I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I gradually gained money over time and saved up and eventually got the chance to upgrade parts one by one. Here I am now. Thanks to Microcenter for the fact that they literally have literally every computer part in the store. It is exciting every time I walk into there. It is such an amazing place for "geeks" like me honestly. I hope to definitely one day be able to afford a higher end GPU and hopefully make my setup and build look even better with more lighting mainly for the GPU, but at this time I can deal with what I have. Everything seems great, I can do my school work and multitask and game fine. On top of that I can stream well with consistent frames thanks to the new NVENC, but I am pretty sure my 3900x can handle streaming just as well.
    $2,339.36
    Steven P
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    The RGBeast The RGBeast

    I play many games such as Warzone to Forza. Excuse the cable management and seals, this was built yesterday and still... I play many games such as Warzone to Forza. Excuse the cable management and seals, this was built yesterday and still testing. This was built to replace an 8 year old laptop.
    $940.94
    TechnoRat h
  • 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
  • PC Upgrade for my Sister thumbnail

    PC Upgrade for my Sister PC Upgrade for my Sister

    I bought a Macbook Air for my sister years ago and it seemed she was in need of an upgrade.We went for an under $1000 budget... I bought a Macbook Air for my sister years ago and it seemed she was in need of an upgrade. We went for an under $1000 budget on this build. The main uses for the computer is to browse, watch videos, listen to music, and maybe light gaming in the future. I was lucky to grab an open box for the GPU and it works well! A 240mm AIO upgrade would be awesome for this build so it can help lower the temps compared to the stock cooler. I added an additional two NZXT case fans as intakes in the front; I wasn't using them in my build and works perfect for here!
    $784.93
    Manuel L
  • I think this is a good looking computer. someone tell me what to change thumbnail

    I think this is a good looking... I think this is a good looking computer. someone tell me what to change

    IDK IDK
    $824.91
    Sam K
  • My first pc thumbnail

    My first pc My first pc

    I built it to get the ultimate gaming experience. I also wanted a PC to get better fps in games. I've upgrade my PC 3 times... I built it to get the ultimate gaming experience. I also wanted a PC to get better fps in games. I've upgrade my PC 3 times I added an SSD then updated to a Ryzen from a Xeon E3 1220. I Don't plan to upgrade but hopefully build an RTX monster and give it to a friend.
    $382.96
    Thomas L
  • The Ocho thumbnail

    The Ocho The Ocho

    I wanted to be able to play PC games, emulated games, watch movies and TV stored on hard drives, and stream online with a... I wanted to be able to play PC games, emulated games, watch movies and TV stored on hard drives, and stream online with a fast connection and great graphics quality. This takes care of it all!
    $888.88
    Tori E
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    stealth stealth

    I play games like valorant csgo and minecraft I built this to upgrade im currently saving for a 1650 s and a 5 3600 I play games like valorant csgo and minecraft I built this to upgrade im currently saving for a 1650 s and a 5 3600
    $451.43
    Elias M
  • First Gaming build (UV) thumbnail

    First Gaming build (UV) First Gaming build (UV)

    Started out as a first build to use for music production but quickly turned into my first budget gaming PC Started out as a first build to use for music production but quickly turned into my first budget gaming PC
    $1,544.90
    lifeinuv
  • Sub-$1000 VR, Gaming, Video Editing, and Unity Rig - Macklemore's Thrift Shop Physical Embodiment. thumbnail

    Sub-$1000 VR, Gaming, Video Editing,... Sub-$1000 VR, Gaming, Video Editing, and Unity Rig - Macklemore's "Thrift Shop" Physical Embodiment.

    This is my computer. It's my only desktop, and it's the only one I'll likely have in the foreseeable future. I only got a... This is my computer. It's my only desktop, and it's the only one I'll likely have in the foreseeable future. I only got a job about 14 months ago, and this PC has been sort of a passion project for me. Originally, I had hoped to spend about $1000 dollars accumulated over a 3 month period on this rig, however, my expectations were out of line to say the least. At the end of last summer, I had saved around $350 for the computer I wanted to build. I had high hopes for this computer, and I wanted it to be able to handle anything I could throw at it right from the get-go as soon as possible, that including video work, Photoshop, Unity Engine, Virtual Reality, and more than 2 tabs of Google Chrome. Initially, I had started with an AMD Ryzen 2200G, no GPU, only 1TB HDD space for games (Yes it had an SSD in it to boot, I'm not that insane), a $28 dollar case straight off the boat from China, and a measly 4x3 LCD monitor from 1999. Luckily, I was able to net an AMD Radeon RX570 a paycheck after I completed the initial building process, so I wasn't stuck on integrated graphics for too terribly long. However, what I was stuck on for a long time was the dreaded POST codes. My motherboard was an older revision or something akin to that, and as such, my CPU just didn't work. Nada. Nope. It took me a good long while to realize why it wouldn't POST at all until I read up on AMD's Boot Camp program. So I ordered a loaner chip from AMD, an Athlon chip if I recall correctly, and was able to get the machine up and running a couple of hours after it came in. I ran this setup for a long while until around March of this year. I've gotta say, Virtual Reality does NOT pair well with a $100 CPU and a $80 GPU. I ended up finding a decently priced 1070TI off of eBay, and that's what I've been running for the past couple of months. However, a $100 CPU still doesn't pair well with Virtual Reality, so I ended up selling a PS3 I had jailbroken (My side hustle at the time) and my old RX570 on eBay for some high prices in hindsight. Both sold, and I upgraded to a 2600X that was on sale at Microcenter for $100 down from $210 as soon as I got my money from Paypal. Man, I love Ryzen pricing. We also ended up running some CAT5e cables through our house's rafters in the basement, and I was able to run a LAN connection to my PC that was previously all the way across the house from our WIFI router, an old Linksys model that just couldn't hold the 20+ devices on our network. I changed out my case for an NZXT H500 earlier this summer, and it is downright simple to build in compared to my old case. I no longer have any desk space, but at least I now have proper RGB! I probably won't upgrade this any time soon except for the PSU, which is just a ticking time bomb at this point. It really has no issue tackling whatever I throw at it and it tends to just work. I went from my old 13" Dell Latitude E6330 to a 128GB Surface Go just because I don't need another powerful device, just one for taking notes and one for doing workloads or games. It's quite a useful machine for the price and it was a lot of fun to build, especially considering all the money came from sweeping the floors of a local Mom and Pop shop. I'm glad to live so close to a Microcenter just because the deals there are just so good sometimes. The new parts in my computer are only new because they needed to be or they were at an extremely low price at a store that was only 30 minutes out. Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk.
    $879.98
    TinyTurtleClan
  • Joker thumbnail

    Joker Joker

    My name is Shameel Jaffeer, this is was my first project PC to start gaming! I play Rocket League, Valorant, CS-GO, and... My name is Shameel Jaffeer, this is was my first project PC to start gaming! I play Rocket League, Valorant, CS-GO, and Fortnite! I build gaming computers for my friends and family and do it for any budget they give me and I love taking the challenge because there are so many possibilities to building a PC! It is a budget $600 dollar build I saved up for and I know its probably nothing compared to the PC building/gaming community with crazy god computers, but me and my family doesn't have much so to me this build is such a fortune! I plan one day to upgrade the CPU to a Ryzen 5 3600 6 core processor and add a 1080-TI GPU for a real gaming boost for performance and speed!
    $606.00
    Shameel J
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    The Newbie The Newbie

    I want to get into a little bit of PC gaming, but I built this PC to support online classes for college as well as running... I want to get into a little bit of PC gaming, but I built this PC to support online classes for college as well as running 3D modeling for my 3D printer. I would love to get into more design so this is a great start to it!
    $502.93
    Ally S
  • Sym thumbnail

    Sym Sym

    As for this build, I am super proud of, I have been building computers for years and this one takes the cake and you want to... As for this build, I am super proud of, I have been building computers for years and this one takes the cake and you want to come back for more. This was built as a gift for a friend who has been thinking about streaming but did not have a great PC but also a console gamer. So a few friends got together and decided to put this in motion. We knew she is heavily into Overwatch, and their favorite character is Symmetra. With this in mind, I decided to do a Symmetra and Overwatch inspired build. Color matching can sometimes be difficult but the blue case fans & gray black of the case with the different skins that she has in-game would not be an issue. It shows off an aura and has a custom painted Overwatch logo (gray) on the side panel (Can be seen on Instagram). The best part of all of this is giving someone a gift that they had no idea was coming. Do good in the world, we need more of that.
    $859.91
    Archer1503
  • Quirkless Machine thumbnail

    Quirkless Machine Quirkless Machine

    I built this PC for the purpose of streaming video games! I stream on the Twitch platform and it works great! This computer... I built this PC for the purpose of streaming video games! I stream on the Twitch platform and it works great! This computer is my FIRST EVER BUILD, so I did a lot of research to make sure I got it right. Im am so happy with the results! I also wanted to get the most bang for my buck, and I heard that Micro Center was the place to do that! I got most of the parts for this build from there and I didnt break the bank! I plan on doing some upgrades in the near future, including my graphics card.
    $491.90
    Damontae S
  • Micro RTX gaming thumbnail

    Micro RTX gaming Micro RTX gaming

    Micro RTX gaming Micro RTX gaming
    $956.91
    Liam M
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    3600 build 3600 build

    I built this desktop to replace my again i5 4590 machine due to it stuttering and hitching in more demanding titles due to... I built this desktop to replace my again i5 4590 machine due to it stuttering and hitching in more demanding titles due to it only having 4 threads. I primarily play fighting games, Overwatch, Rocket League, Halo, and the odd triple A game here and there. Currently trying to learn video editing to get into content creation, so the extra threads gained from the 3600 are nice to have, and I can multitask and game at the same time in peace.
    $787.45
    Austin A
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    Gaming pc Gaming pc

    I built this PC to play games like gta5,pubg, and fortnite. In the future I am going to upgrade the cpu cooler to over... I built this PC to play games like gta5,pubg, and fortnite. In the future I am going to upgrade the cpu cooler to over clock.Also I upgraded the storage with a 2 terabyte Barracuda hard drive.Overall, this PC runs really well.
    $691.93
    Rebecca H