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  • AmericanNinjaAKG thumbnail

    AmericanNinjaAKG AmericanNinjaAKG

    my 3rd build i wanted to go with the best yet and over the top.. still getting the fine details completed. my 3rd build i wanted to go with the best yet and over the top.. still getting the fine details completed.
    $3,263.93
    Adam G
  • RGB Madness thumbnail

    RGB Madness RGB Madness

    I built this rig to reach max FPS on my 240hz monitor. I mainly play Apex, but also play Ark and Warzone occasionally. Not... I built this rig to reach max FPS on my 240hz monitor. I mainly play Apex, but also play Ark and Warzone occasionally. Not only did I want something with great performance, I also wanted something that would be satisfying to put together!
    $2,804.93
    Jamesbro
  • Sophia - The first Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower custom loop thumbnail

    Sophia - The first Cooler Master... Sophia - The first Cooler Master MasterCase H500 ARGB Airflow ATX Mid-Tower custom loop

    It was meant for Gaming, general-purpose, and because there has not one been done yet. It was My first time so I used a kit... It was meant for Gaming, general-purpose, and because there has not one been done yet. It was My first time so I used a kit from EK (EK-Classic Kit S360 D-RGB) for $279.99 (Much cheaper than the comparibale $300+ for a 360 rad custom soft loop kit. Its not perfect, I'm that guy who kept coming in Microcenter asking a whole bunch of questions. It enjoy that store, its my candy store.
    $2,861.90
    Moses.T.A
  • KTM thumbnail

    KTM KTM

    Gaming Gaming
    $3,169.91
    Magnus Fightmaster
  • Mirror Master thumbnail

    Mirror Master Mirror Master

    I built this purely as a gaming PC, but I also use it to stream on Twitch. It can handle everything and anything nowadays,... I built this purely as a gaming PC, but I also use it to stream on Twitch. It can handle everything and anything nowadays, such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Rocket League, Valorant, Death Stranding, you name it. The Aorus Xtreme 2080 Ti is a showpiece, so I got a Phanteks vertical GPU mount off Amazon to complete the look.
    $3,036.38
    Junstar
  • Magma thumbnail

    Magma Magma

    Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same... Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same game.
    $4,528.77
    rapz
  • Audi RS5 Sportback Gaming PC thumbnail

    Audi RS5 Sportback Gaming PC Audi RS5 Sportback Gaming PC

    The Inspiration: This is a build based on a wonderful car that I'd like to, and will.. get my hands on.. the Audi RS5... The Inspiration: This is a build based on a wonderful car that I'd like to, and will.. get my hands on.. the Audi RS5 Sportback! I became really excited to model my build after this special car, shortly after the inspiration to merge the RS5's sporty looks with a powerful gaming computer came to me. This was my 3rd build, although the former(s) were built over 10 years ago. I am so happy to get back into building again, and was so proud to build something that could also match the performance of its vehicle counterpart too! As you can see from my list, I went with an Intel i9-9900K (OC 5gz @ 1.29V), to go with an EVGA RTX 2080Ti XC Ultra, and a 32Gb DDR4 ram kit from Corsair. More Details: The choice for the mobo was easy, since MSI is well known for adding carbon fiber accents to their product line.. which happened to match the interior and exterior styling of the high-end performance vehicle my rig is modeled after. In fact, one of my most favorite ideas for this build was to apply some carbon fiber wrap around the cable management bar (Thanks NZXT!), which matches the absolutely stunning inlays from the RS5 interior (go check it out on the Audi website if you'd like). The sporty RS5 logo/emblem was definitely my other favorite feature, which I felt added an extra level of aggressiveness to the interior of the machine. Also, Audi is known for their racing geckos, which represent the stability of Audi's Quattro AWD system (aaand also hopefully represents the stability of my overclock!), which I thought was a nice touch to the build as well. As you can imagine, this rig performs like a dream, and crushes mostly everything at max settings (including Minesweeper for those wondering). All in all, I am really happy with how it turned out, and I hope it inspires other motivated builders and DIY'ers in this PC Gaming community. Gaming is here to stay folks, and is exploding in popularity. Who am I kidding?! I want to build another! AND ANOTHER! Ahhh!! Can anyone else relate? lol.
    $2,008.96
    mikelx777
  • White Widow thumbnail

    White Widow White Widow

    The main purpose for my rig is for gaming. I plan to stream soon when I'm ready. I made the rig to be able to run most games... The main purpose for my rig is for gaming. I plan to stream soon when I'm ready. I made the rig to be able to run most games on high to ultra settings with little to no problems. And so far it has stuck to that. It look me a while get it to where I wanted it. And I can't stop looking at it when I'm playing, lol. The monitor is a Acer Predator xb271hu
    $3,609.88
    Erik H
  • Black Clover (All-purpose, overkill, hi-end and hi-speed) thumbnail

    Black Clover (All-purpose, overkill,... Black Clover (All-purpose, overkill, hi-end and hi-speed)

    I built this rig in order to run all games at a smooth framerate in high - max settings, and also wanted an accelerated PC... I built this rig in order to run all games at a smooth framerate in high - max settings, and also wanted an accelerated PC to run multiple programs, stream and invest into digital art as well. Art and gaming are my two passions and I wanted a max-end PC that would support both endeavors and multiple activities.
    $4,103.87
    Sam O
  • Turing Machine Refresh thumbnail

    Turing Machine Refresh Turing Machine Refresh

    Updated the Z390 build. Went with PCMR theme. First custom loop. Working on hard tubing, adding another radiator and GPU... Updated the Z390 build. Went with PCMR theme. First custom loop. Working on hard tubing, adding another radiator and GPU waterblock for future projects. Video editing and gaming machine.
    $4,558.34
    BJay2K
  • The Grandmaster thumbnail

    The Grandmaster The Grandmaster

    This is my Development/Gaming/Video Editing rig. I started with an AMD Ryzen 3800X paired with a Gigabyte x570 Aorus Master... This is my Development/Gaming/Video Editing rig. I started with an AMD Ryzen 3800X paired with a Gigabyte x570 Aorus Master motherboard to give me the power of Ryzen's multi-core performance with some high quality VRM cooling and power delivery and future upgradeable path of the X570 chipset. Then I added a "Royal" touch to this build with 4x8GB G.Skill Trident Z Royal Silver RAM rated at DDR4-3600, to further set this build apart I then went with the NZXT Kraken Z73 360mm AIO CPU cooler set up in a Push/Pull configuration. Phanteks and their superb Eclipse P600S Mid-Tower Case provides this build with great airflow and stunning aesthetics, particularly with the ability to vertically mount my GPU, which in this case is a Asus ROG STRIX 2080TI Advanced. Finally to add the finishing touches to this build I used Lian Li's Strimer Plus power connectors to provide that extra bit of Grand flair, these are connected to my EVGA P2 850W power supply and I have them connected to my motherboard and GPU. For airflow I have Six Phanteks 120mm fans at the top of the case in a push/pull config, with a 140mm Phanteks fan at the rear of the case set up as exhaust. The front of the case has two Phanteks 140mm Fans drawing in the cool air. As for upgrades, in the near future I'm looking at upgrading to the next Ryzen generation of processors as I love the duality this family of processors provides in terms of allowing me the ability to Compile a program, or render a scene in After Effects, while still allowing me the ability to play my favorite games including VR games like Beat Saber, Half-Life Alyx, or just some of my regular favorite games like Rocket League, Call of Duty Modern Warfare, Heroes of the Storm, or Star Wars Battlefront 2. I also plan on upgrading to the latest generation of Nvidia Graphics cards when they are available to hopefully utilize HDMI 2.1 to make use of the advanced gaming features of my LG 55inch OLED CX TV which I use as a monitor for my PC. To reduce the risk of burn-in I use the program Wallpaper Engine and have a playlist of video backgrounds that not only look excellent but help eliminate one of the main causes of burn in which is static images. I've also set my Windows 10 taskbar to auto hide to further reduce the risk as well as having no desktop shortcuts or icons on the desktop. For storage purposes I plan on upgrading my 3 NVME drives which are currently the 2TB version of Intel's 660p drives with PCI-E 4.0 compatible drives to increase IO Speeds. Finally for my Keyboard I use the fantastic Dygma Raise which is an ergonomic split mechanical keyboard, this Keyboard is absolutely incredible and I can't recommend it highly enough. For my mouse I use the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED wireless mouse, and for a headset I use the Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless which is a fantastic set of cans with a decent enough microphone.
    $6,494.60
    Crunchygrooves
  • Fullmetal Ascension thumbnail

    Fullmetal Ascension Fullmetal Ascension

    I play & stream games like: Destiny 2, MGSV:TPP, Fallout 4 (Modded), and other games. I started with a decent rig about 2... I play & stream games like: Destiny 2, MGSV:TPP, Fallout 4 (Modded), and other games. I started with a decent rig about 2 years ago (i5-8400, GTX 1050ti) and upgraded parts as I could. This is its Final Form (for now...).
    $3,495.84
    Underfire319
  • My Gaming Station thumbnail

    My Gaming Station My Gaming Station

    Built for gaming. Haven't had a capable gaming pc in over 10 years and haven't actually built systems in over 20 years (my... Built for gaming. Haven't had a capable gaming pc in over 10 years and haven't actually built systems in over 20 years (my bro and I used to as teenagers). When my wife gave birth to our second son and we got a nice tax refund, my wife gave me the all-clear to get myself a new system. Bought a prebuilt at first but due to problems with the system and poor customer service, I returned it and got to researching my own build. The system started off on a Gigabyte board and NZXT case, but after more problems with certain parts, I ended up with an almost completely Corsair build. Out of all of the customer service issues I had to deal with, they are simply the best: no hassle, no run around, just fast RMA. As for the system, I use it to play mostly single player RPGs or FPS games. I love the Metro series, Divinity games, The Witcher games, Resident Evil, BattleTech and MechWarrior, Tomb Raider, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Deus Ex, and so many others. Recently I played most of the latest games with real time ray traced effects and I'm eagerly anticipating where the technology is heading. Really looking forward to a couple of other games that will feature the technology in Cyberpunk 2077 and Vampire Bloodlines 2. Also really looking forward to Baldur's Gate 3. Currently enjoying Season 2 of The Division 2 with my brother, and really hoping that the next Control DLC will feature Alan Wake as many expect it to be! In the future, I hope to install a hard line custom loop, likely in the Hydro X series since I already have a Commander Pro and have already installed a soft tube Hydro X loop for a friend. Sadly, I can't find a water block for my card (they appear to be EOL both at EVGA and EKWB - Corsair doesn't make one for my model), so if I want to go custom loop, I'll probably have to get a new card. Otherwise, I don't really plan any other upgrades until I replace the system maybe in five years, especially since Z390 is also the end for upgrades.
    $4,927.85
    Albert C
  • DarkSide thumbnail

    DarkSide DarkSide

    Gaming Rig to play games such as AAPG | CoD | BFV | GTAV | Resident Evil | Control | New World to just name a few. Gaming Rig to play games such as AAPG | CoD | BFV | GTAV | Resident Evil | Control | New World to just name a few.
    $6,324.96
    Shawn L
  • I thought I knew what I was doing thumbnail

    I thought I knew what I was doing I thought I knew what I was doing

    I tend to build a new PC every 4 years, It keeps my PC fresh and keeps me up to date on most parts. This time it took me 5... I tend to build a new PC every 4 years, It keeps my PC fresh and keeps me up to date on most parts. This time it took me 5 years go build a new PC and I got the less than plesent experience of realizing exactly how much I didnt know about building a PC.
    $3,125.93
    Lostredneck
  • Sith Lord thumbnail

    Sith Lord Sith Lord

    I wanted to have a machine that could do it all. Stream, Game l, Multi-task. And as a Health Care IT worker I needed my... I wanted to have a machine that could do it all. Stream, Game l, Multi-task. And as a Health Care IT worker I needed my machine to handle multiple applications running at the same time.
    $3,850.95
    G0m3zz
  • Project One thumbnail

    Project One Project One

    Workstation and gaming rig Workstation and gaming rig
    $11,852.94
    nycgtr
  • The Final Form thumbnail

    The Final Form The Final Form

    It's mainly a gaming PC that is very capable of streaming simultaneously. Frequent games are Planetside 2, Minecraft with... It's mainly a gaming PC that is very capable of streaming simultaneously. Frequent games are Planetside 2, Minecraft with RTX, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and in the future Cyberpunk 2077.
    $2,776.90
    Golden S
  • Worky McWorkeinstein thumbnail

    Worky McWorkeinstein Worky McWorkeinstein

    The main use for this rig will Freelance UX/UI Design with a little bit of gaming as well. I've been a Mac user for 15 years... The main use for this rig will Freelance UX/UI Design with a little bit of gaming as well. I've been a Mac user for 15 years and only used PC off and on to casually game. Now that I work-from-home almost exclusively and 2012 was the last time you could buy an upgradable Macbook Pro, I've decided to jump ship and move to something I can actually upgradable and more powerful. I'm very pleased with this setup, it has lots of power, memory, and storage. I am able to have tons of design applications and browser windows open with no performance issues. Now I just need to get used to Window's CTRL vs Mac's CMD which is in the same spot as ALT. The first day using this for my design work I hit ALT+Z about 400 times which brings up Geforce Experience overlay. LOL I built this computer using Micro Center's Custom PC Builder, reserved my parts online, and picked up my parts hours later. Pretty cool being able to put together a complete build and pick up your parts the same day. The Custom PC Builder has compatibility filters so it only shows parts that will work together based on your selections. Although build this computer myself because I really enjoy the building process. For a small fee, Micro Center offers a building service which they will put together the hardware, and make sure it posts. For a bit extra cost they can even install Windows, appropriate drivers, and make sure it's up and running before you pick it up. You could literally pick out your parts on a lunch break and pick up a working computer after work, they just need a 4-hour window to build it.
    $3,227.88
    Paul C
  • The Leviathan thumbnail

    The Leviathan The Leviathan

    i built this computer because i needed an upgrade from an old i7 rx580 laptop that i bought 3 years ago, i wanted a computer... i built this computer because i needed an upgrade from an old i7 rx580 laptop that i bought 3 years ago, i wanted a computer that can run games like destiny 2 and ark in high settings and fps as well as a computer that can handle my video editing in premeire pro. most of this was on a budget of around $2500 but i would have gone for the ryzen 9 3900x but i didnt have the money. this was built around high end performance and visuals for the budget and i think its a pretty darn good build for its price range.
    $2,229.93
    Nathan C
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    Katsumoto Katsumoto

    started as a basic build, and then just kept going and I think it is pretty decent. I am currently in a course of study... started as a basic build, and then just kept going and I think it is pretty decent. I am currently in a course of study program to obtain my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Hardware engineering and I am just fascinated with all components.
    $5,001.72
    Johnathan B
  • First build thumbnail

    First build First build

    Tried my best for my first cpu Tried my best for my first cpu
    $2,940.92
    Dat N
  • Joes Build thumbnail

    Joes Build Joes Build

    Joes build Joes build
    $2,229.92
    Aleksey K
  • Glass House thumbnail

    Glass House Glass House

    Just my daily driver. Working on some ideas to beef it up for the future. Just my daily driver. Working on some ideas to beef it up for the future.
    $6,750.50
    Cole Daniels