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  • Gaming & 3D Printing Super Charge Desktop thumbnail

    Gaming & 3D Printing Super Charge... Gaming & 3D Printing Super Charge Desktop

    I built this computer primarily to serve two purposes: gaming and 3D printing. Here’s a breakdown of why I chose each... I built this computer primarily to serve two purposes: gaming and 3D printing. Here’s a breakdown of why I chose each component and how it contributes to my setup: Gaming. I enjoy a variety of games, from AAA titles to indie gems. Some of my current favorites include "The Witcher 3," "Cyberpunk 2077," "Overwatch," "Fortnite," and "Minecraft." These games demand a solid GPU and CPU to run smoothly, and my setup handles them quite well. 3D Printing. I use software like Blender, Fusion 360, and Tinkercad for designing my 3D prints. The i7-6700 CPU provides the necessary processing power to handle complex 3D modeling tasks without lag. Programs like Cura and PrusaSlicer are essential for converting 3D models into printable files. My GTX 1060 GPU accelerates the slicing process, making it faster and more efficient. Here are the parts and why I got them in this build: CPU: i7-6700 at 3.4GHz- Chosen for its strong performance in both single-threaded and multi-threaded tasks, which is essential for both gaming and 3D modeling. GPU: GTX 1060-6Gb- Provides excellent performance for gaming at 1080p with high settings and is also capable of accelerating rendering tasks in 3D software. 16GB Ram- Sufficient for multitasking, running multiple applications, and handling large 3D models without any slowdown. Storage: 256Gb SSD + 1 Tb HDD - The SSD ensures fast boot times and quick access to frequently used applications, while the HDD offers ample storage for games, large 3D model files, and other media. I boot with Windows 11 for its latest features, compatibility with a wide range of software, and enhanced security measures. By sharing the details of my build and its purposes, I hope to provide insight and inspire others in the community who might have similar interests. Whether you're a fellow gamer or a 3D printing enthusiast, let's engage and discuss the best ways to get the most out of our rigs!
    $974.96
    Steven W
  • D41 Helldivers PC thumbnail

    D41 Helldivers PC D41 Helldivers PC

    This is to make the best bang-for-buck PC that will play Helldivers 2 while still looking good. It's an all-black, RGB-less... This is to make the best bang-for-buck PC that will play Helldivers 2 while still looking good. It's an all-black, RGB-less build in one of the most compact cases that can fit a full size ATX motherboard and power supply. It offers tons of room for fans to keep everything cool and quiet at the same time. The Micro Center CPU-RAM-Mobo combo was essential for staying in budget.
    $772.49
    BlazingCheerio
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    douglas douglas

    gaming pc lover gaming pc lover
    $947.92
    Douglas J
  • Casual Gaming Build thumbnail

    Casual Gaming Build Casual Gaming Build

    I built this for my wife. It's for light, casual gaming. She mostly plays Minecraft, farming-type games, and VR chat. The... I built this for my wife. It's for light, casual gaming. She mostly plays Minecraft, farming-type games, and VR chat. The SSD, case, and GPU were from my first PC build that I no longer use.
    $1,628.91
    Matt R
  • Main Gaming PC thumbnail

    Main Gaming PC Main Gaming PC

    This is my gaming pc that I have built a while ago. It has sort of evolved over time. While the parts may be different this... This is my gaming pc that I have built a while ago. It has sort of evolved over time. While the parts may be different this the current iteration of it.
    $1,589.94
    Julio
  • First Gaming PC thumbnail

    First Gaming PC First Gaming PC

    Minecraft, Halo, CS2, Battlefront Minecraft, Halo, CS2, Battlefront
    $904.43
    Cohen G
  • gaming pc thumbnail

    gaming pc gaming pc

    I build this computer to play videogames. Some games I play include red dead redemption 2, spiderman and fallout. I build this computer to play videogames. Some games I play include red dead redemption 2, spiderman and fallout.
    $1,269.95
    Jayden K
  • My first PC build from scratch. thumbnail

    My first PC build from scratch. My first PC build from scratch.

    This gaming PC was made after a few of the family's windows laptops were damaged. We have a mac at home, but wanted a... This gaming PC was made after a few of the family's windows laptops were damaged. We have a mac at home, but wanted a dedicated Windows PC at home. I used one of the Micro Center Intel bundles as the basis for the gaming build (The $250 one with the Core i5), then picked out parts to build on top of it. A good thing for my current budget was that I had various storage devices at hand for this build. I did decide to get the case elsewhere as I found an open box deal for a case that normally costs $100. I am happy with how things have turned out for this build. For upgrades, I plan on buying more sticks of ram to double the memory capacity and I am in the middle of getting be quiet case fans for the desktop as the case only had two pre-installed and were quite loud and rumbled a lot. I know the motherboard supports the current 14th gen cpu's, so I may do that whenever those go down in price. And if necessary, I might change the CPU cooler if the current $20 one craps out in the future.
    $772.92
    Jonathan R
  • Custom Gaming PC thumbnail

    Custom Gaming PC Custom Gaming PC

    Purpose is gaming and playing games like gta or fortnite. Purpose is gaming and playing games like gta or fortnite.
    $929.94
    Caden S
  • I7 12700k combo build with 4060 Ti thumbnail

    I7 12700k combo build with 4060 Ti I7 12700k combo build with 4060 Ti

    This is my first ever Pc I ever built and I was so happy with the results! When I was first thinking of building a pc, I... This is my first ever Pc I ever built and I was so happy with the results! When I was first thinking of building a pc, I only had a budget of $1200 . I love to Stream on Twitch and play intense FPS games like Warzone ,any call of duty game , Fortnite, etc. I thought I would've had to spend $1400+ for the parts I have, but Microcenter really hooked it up with the CPU bundle deal ! This Pc can run any game u want in max frames and resolution. I also wanted the color theme to be as much white as possible because I just think white looks really clean and it stands out more. The graphics card is really good for its price , I just wish it had more then 8gbs of ram. Its not a problem at all with the games I run, but the more GB's of ram u have the better obviously. I also want to upgrade to 32 GB's of ram instead of 16 in the future. My case I chose is really cheap but I love it a lot. Very easy installation and I like the stock rgb fans it comes with and the usb-c port on top is useful . The only downside of this case is that you wont be able to add any fans on the bottom. This Pc was worth every penny !
    $1,228.99
    Billy T
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    Black and White Black and White

    This was built as a 1440p machine, used for mostly gaming and light productivity and school work on the side. So far it has... This was built as a 1440p machine, used for mostly gaming and light productivity and school work on the side. So far it has performed very well in games like fortnite and red dead redemption 2.
    $1,026.82
    Kevin G
  • Red gaming pc thumbnail

    Red gaming pc Red gaming pc

    I use it for GTA V I use it for GTA V
    $1,152.93
    george m
  • Red Wraith thumbnail

    Red Wraith Red Wraith

    I play mostly single player games on this PC and it has been excellent performance and fidelity. I play mostly single player games on this PC and it has been excellent performance and fidelity.
    $1,962.93
    Carlo F
  • Daughter's first build of her own thumbnail

    Daughter's first build of her own Daughter's first build of her own

    My daughter wanted a better computer and since she helps me upgrade mine from time to time she wanted to build her own. We... My daughter wanted a better computer and since she helps me upgrade mine from time to time she wanted to build her own. We told her if she could keep it around 500.00 budget we'd help her, so we scoured forums and youtube videos for less expensive builds. We found Toasty Bros there, and they in turn directed us to microcenter where we found a very nice cpu/motherboard/ram combo. with the combo and new case we came in around $570. She got her wish and I got a great father-daughter moment to cherish the rest of my life. :D
    $574.95
    TADD H
  • Woodinator 5000 A.K.A. CYBERWOOD Structure Fire Starter thumbnail

    Woodinator 5000 A.K.A. CYBERWOOD... Woodinator 5000 A.K.A. CYBERWOOD Structure Fire Starter

    I’ve always wanted to build a PC case made of wood. I’ve sketched designs, browsed Reddit, and became determined to make it... I’ve always wanted to build a PC case made of wood. I’ve sketched designs, browsed Reddit, and became determined to make it a reality. I stumbled across a MATX CYBERWOOD case, but to be completely candid, I was not impressed with the design, look or layout of the case. Plus, who uses acrylic side panels these days? I dismissed it, and forgot about it, until I found out CYBERWOOD released another case – this time an ITX case called the M1. However, the original cost seemed excessive for what it was, so I decided not to buy one. Fast-forward to January of 2024, and Amazon suggested the M1 case when I was browsing other SFF cases. Some how I was able to pick up the case bundled with a gen 3.0 riser cable for $37.65. I purchased one immediately, without a plan or knowing what I should do with it. I have an older ITX system (it runs PLEX and a NES emulator) that I originally decided to transfer into this case, but after I started the build, I realized the parts doesn’t do this case justice. It’s unique, special and pretty cool. My photos show how I started the build with these older parts but swapped them for more powerful hardware. To be clear, building in this case is work, but that’s OK, because it’s not annoying – it’s just oddly satisfying. Assembling every part is time consuming, and making everything fit can be a challenge. Parts that ought to fit don’t, and I had to be creative with cable management. I had to make a notch in the wooden power supply bracket to accommodate the switch. The case comes with filter panels, but they have to be attached with the included white tape - after you have finished the case. I ran into an issue with my BeQuiet! 120mm AIO, because the pump is designed to hang freely in the case, without contacting anything. It if does make contact with something, the pump makes a loud and obnoxious vibrating noise. So, I ordered an AIO with the pump built into the block. The Intel i5-12600KF processor is rated for 125 TDP, so most low-profile air coolers will struggle to keep it cool. I tried a Noctua NH-L9x65, but temps were all over the place and the fan contacted the side of the case – which caused it to vibrate and make excessive noise. I tried a Scythe low-profile cooler (with a height of 55mm), but it had to work hard, so the 92mm fan was always running at full speed. So, I ordered a 240mm AIO to keep up with the 12600KF. I also had to order the CYBERWOOD top expansion bay to accommodate the radiator. I had a used AMD 5700 XT on hand (purchased for $130.41) to upgrade my son’s gaming computer but decided to use it for this build, instead. It fits perfectly in the case – it’s 315mm and there is room for airflow. I had to order a gen 4.0 riser cable to get the most out of it, but the price was reasonable. The case does not come prefinished. I spent an afternoon applying 3 coats of polyurethane finish to the wood panels, and lightly sanded between coats. It’s ¼ inch plywood and needs to be protected. I’ve seen CYBERWOOD cases that were stained, but this takes away from the wood’s natural beauty. I highly recommend leaving it raw and just using wood sealer to protect it. I would build in this case again, but I don’t know if CYBERWOOD is still making this case. It appears out of stock on Amazon, but Newegg still has it listed. However, it’s priced between $125.99 and $226.99! I appear to have lucked out, when I found it for this price, and I plan to use, upgrade and enjoy it – as long as it doesn’t start a structure fire. The total build cost was about $849.83.
    $828.60
    Aaron C
  • Mid range Gaming Pc thumbnail

    Mid range Gaming Pc Mid range Gaming Pc

    More on the end of aesthetics and rgb heavy More on the end of aesthetics and rgb heavy
    $1,222.92
    Saif M
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    The Black one The Black one

    Beautiful gaming pc made with a budget in mind. Every part I picked has a good value to budget Beautiful gaming pc made with a budget in mind. Every part I picked has a good value to budget
    $1,533.92
    Nathan P
  • Pandemic PC thumbnail

    Pandemic PC Pandemic PC

    This is the pc I had after High School I had been saving for a while and then I used grad money to finish the rest. I... This is the pc I had after High School I had been saving for a while and then I used grad money to finish the rest. I intended for this PC to be able to handle most of what I throw at it I use things like blender - for 3d modeling / animation / and rigging , OBS for any recording I do, and davinci resolve for video editing. I do also use this pc for my online school work at the moment and its been doing just fine in all these regards. and when the 50 series nvidia GPUs come out I might consider upgrading but I'll see with its pricing for me I do plan on changing the Case and CPU cooler soon though
    $1,208.92
    Elijah H
  • Rhombus PC thumbnail

    Rhombus PC Rhombus PC

    gaming PC for daughter gaming PC for daughter
    $952.92
    surfhare75
  • Value PC thumbnail

    Value PC Value PC

    Plan to hold this for a long time. Playing all kinds of games. A lot of parts are grandfathered in from old builds. I would... Plan to hold this for a long time. Playing all kinds of games. A lot of parts are grandfathered in from old builds. I would switch the CPU cooler to one of the Thermarlright Dual Tower coolers.
    $1,352.91
    DPask
  • Gaming PC i5 12600K RTX 4060 thumbnail

    Gaming PC i5 12600K RTX 4060 Gaming PC i5 12600K RTX 4060

    Built a PC for homework and some gaming Built a PC for homework and some gaming
    $1,012.92
    Li L
  • FPS Gaming PC Build thumbnail

    FPS Gaming PC Build FPS Gaming PC Build

    This is my new FPS gaming rig. The total cost after tax is just under $2000. It's a powerful PC with an RTX 4070 GPU. This... This is my new FPS gaming rig. The total cost after tax is just under $2000. It's a powerful PC with an RTX 4070 GPU. This GPU is more than capable of handling any FPS games. I will not have to worry about upgrading it for the next few years.
    $1,799.92
    Will K
  • You're a wizard, 'puter! thumbnail

    You're a wizard, 'puter! You're a wizard, 'puter!

    Built as part of a $500 limit challenge, this is an ultimate budget gaming pc for my friend, and it's optimized for her game... Built as part of a $500 limit challenge, this is an ultimate budget gaming pc for my friend, and it's optimized for her game of choice: Hogwarts Legacy! I have a Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 coming in soon from amazon, but aside from that this build is entirely from Micro Center. I made use of micro center's $329.99 component part deal to get an Intel Core i7-12700K with 16 gigs of ram in this absolute beast of a budget pc. Thank you Micro Center for your amazing deals!
    $459.95
    David C
  • Clean Home Office build thumbnail

    Clean Home Office build Clean Home Office build

    Build this for a friend for casual computing. Build this for a friend for casual computing.
    $660.95
    Jason

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