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  • Jigglypuff 2.0 thumbnail

    Jigglypuff 2.0 Jigglypuff 2.0

    I initially planned to upgrade an old HP Compaq for gaming and to use graphic design software. I intend to play Overwatch,... I initially planned to upgrade an old HP Compaq for gaming and to use graphic design software. I intend to play Overwatch, Halo, Kingdom Hearts, Splitgate and more. For graphic art I'm mainly interested in digitizing embroidery files and want to make stickers and pins. After getting some help, I realized it would probably be better to build from scratch. I would have loved to keep my original case since I painted it pink and cut out a Jigglypuff silhouette but the CPU cooler and graphics card were too wide to fit. I do like the sleeker look of the new case but in hindsight I should have waited until I had the parts before customizing the case. I did go back to the store a week after building the PC to get more RAM more for cosmetic reasons than needing an extra 16gb. It took about 5 hours to build because I would rearrange how the things were and connecting the rgb cables was a bit confusing. Cable management wasn't too difficult but involved a lot of reworking how I initially connected everything. Next time I'll work on Cable management as I'm building. In general, I should have done more research before starting the build process because it would not turn on when I had finished. I realized one of the power cables was not fully plugged in after checking the cables for everything else first. In the end, it was a fun project and I inspired my boyfriend to want to build a gaming PC for himself.
    $2,003.91
    Caroline M
  • Gaming on Max thumbnail

    Gaming on Max Gaming on Max

    Built primarily for Hunt:Showdown, Battlefield and any other FPS I'm playing. Can't wait to crunch New World. Built primarily for Hunt:Showdown, Battlefield and any other FPS I'm playing. Can't wait to crunch New World.
    $3,566.92
    aschul18
  • The Multi-Core thumbnail

    The Multi-Core The Multi-Core

    I mainly built this PC for use in 2D, 3D, Video & Photo Editing & some gaming. I mainly built this PC for use in 2D, 3D, Video & Photo Editing & some gaming.
    $5,394.88
    Narags
  • 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
  • Intel i9 9900K Strix thumbnail

    Intel i9 9900K Strix Intel i9 9900K Strix

    Customer wanted to do an all Strix ASUS themed PC build. He's going to be gaming on the unit mostly at 2k resolution. Customer wanted to do an all Strix ASUS themed PC build. He's going to be gaming on the unit mostly at 2k resolution.
    $3,399.88
    MC-Tustin