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    AMD 5950X RTX 3080 AMD 5950X RTX 3080

    Cube V21 Case - AMD 5950X 16C32T 64GB Steel RTX 3080 EVGA Fan Boy Cube V21 Case - AMD 5950X 16C32T 64GB Steel RTX 3080 EVGA Fan Boy
    $2,954.90
    trekwind
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    chickenlipps34 chickenlipps34

    built make games and have servers and watch movies built make games and have servers and watch movies
    $1,166.88
    jason a
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    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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    My First Build/Cad Workstation My First Build/Cad Workstation

    I needed a 3D CAD workstation for home. Prebuilt options near specs I required were $500-$1000 more than budget allowed. I’m... I needed a 3D CAD workstation for home. Prebuilt options near specs I required were $500-$1000 more than budget allowed. I’m fairly tech savvy so decided to give custom pc building a go. After a solid month of research and Microcenter’s pc builder I pulled the trigger. The X570 motherboard has plenty of room for expansion and upgrades. Combined with AMD chip allows utilization of gen 4 M.2. Pcie slots allow for future graphics card upgrades. 850w power supply leaves plenty of headroom for expansion and upgrades. In order to stay in budget I sacrificed slightly on graphics card. Won’t effect functionality until switching to 2020 software upgrade later in 2021. Also saved on ram and case. Pretty pleased with case airflow. Need to swap fans to push air thru radiator but case is a pain and don’t want to remove cooler from cpu again. Rewired entire build after a couple weeks. Plenty of room and openings to secure groups based on type or location of wire origin. Ram’s ok. Will upgrade to 32g cards eventually and move to lower latency. When said and done I have a solid workhorse that will carry me thru several future upgrades and remain software capable for several years. Took one nerve racking night and an afternoon to assemble. The education of hands on assembly and initial setup was worth the cost to play. Didn’t fry anything!
    $2,559.90
    Kyle A
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    Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC... Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build

    Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult... Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect parts for your build. Today, Matt and Jackson put together an amazing budget gaming build for you! They chose an Intel Core i3-9100F Quad-Core CPU, ASUS B360 PRIME mATX motherboard paired with a Gigabyte RX 5500 XT Overclocked and 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM from Crucial. The great value and performance of this build shine through in-game. Getting around 80-110 fps on mixed Normal/Medium settings in Warzone. Performance in Shadow of the Tomb Raider was equally impressive, getting an average of 60 fps on high settings. Matt makes a serious recommendation to include 16GB of RAM in your next build as it's becoming the new standard for good gaming performance. Watch their video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuyqYjAyHLE What do you think about The Toasty Bros build? With the limited availability of some parts, would you wait for parts to get back in-stock or would you buy what's available now?
    $551.93
    Micro Center