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  • Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC

    I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed!This was my first mini-ITX build and also the... I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed! This was my first mini-ITX build and also the first time using rigid tubing! It was an exciting build to explore liquid cooling and create a system for 1440p gaming. Runs many games really smooth on 1440p. such as World of Tanks, Destiny 2, GTA 5, World of Warcraft, Overwatch, COD Warzone, and... I'll need more storage space for more games. For future upgrades, I would like to add two 1TB SATA SSDS and if necessary another 1TB NVMe Drive. I like playing all types of games and look forward to having a large library of games to choose from instead of uninstalling and reinstalling all the time. Doing the PETG tube bends in the H210i was a challenge but it was so satisfying to utilize most of the space in a small case. I'm thinking of adding one of the dyes that came with the Liquid Devil when I drain the distilled water to install Noctuas in the front of the case; currently using Cougar 120mms. CPU and GPU temps at idle are 40-45C, as ambient is above 32C since I built this PC. At loads, temps range from 55 to 65C depending on the game. Undervolted the 5700XT and not OC'ing the 3700x. Little worried about the CPU temps being higher than the GPU at idle but I will continue to monitor it.
    $2,884.76
    Manuel L
  • Aesthetic Builds: Pink Gamer Girl Edition 🌸 #BitWit thumbnail

    Aesthetic Builds: Pink Gamer Girl... Aesthetic Builds: Pink Gamer Girl Edition 🌸 #BitWit

    Past: I’ve had a passion for building computers ever since I was a freshman in high school. Since then, I would stay up... Past: I’ve had a passion for building computers ever since I was a freshman in high school. Since then, I would stay up nights watching BitWit and Linus. After countless hours, I finally decided on the parts I’ll infuse into my dream PC. The Beginning: Building a PC without even working, especially in a hispanic household had most of it’s disappointments. Being told your vision was only just a matter of time before I gave up on it, bummed me out a lot but I never gave up! Fortunately, after explaining that this will enhance my skill and passion in Hardware Engineering and Software, they allowed me and even helped me. After 1-2 months and camping outside of this Micro Center for a GPU (although I didn’t get the one I wanted but I was desperate), I finally finished. It booted up perfectly. Mid Journey: However… It wasn’t what I wanted it to be. It wasn’t near what I wanted my DREAM PC to be. After being hired for the summer, I made money and invested most of it to upgrading. I upgraded my CPU from a Ryzen 5 3600 to Ryzen 7 3700x. I knew my dream case was the Lian Li O11D Mini and with the help of a fellow Micro Center employee, I was encouraged on going through with it! I added case fans and an extra 16GB of RAM which was pricey, but very worth it haha. (A new SFX Power Supply to accommodate with the new case as well. The End of an Era/Issues: After installation of the Motherboard, I realized there wasn't space in the back from the case to mount my AIO. I panicked because I wasn't planning on using the included wraith cooler with my CPU. My AIO pump is so cute! "How could I ever let it go" I thought. I stared for a moment and realized I could install the AIO mount on the Motherboard and then screw the motherboard in. Once again, I was relieved from devestation. After installing everything in the new case, I booted it up. I noticed my hard drive would say 50% usage and it worried me a lot. I frantically searched it up but would be led to a dead end. I never really understood as to why it did that but I assumed it was just because of CPU change. A day later, I tried booting it up for my usual gaming mornings but it turned off in a span of 5 minutes. My worry escalated and I unplugged everything to avoid further damage. I ended up going to Micro Center for a Diagnostic and found out my CPU was nearly cooking itself so it would turn off to protect itself. I actually inserted the CPU pump wire into the wrong header which relieved me because I was afraid I’d have to spend more money on something. After thanking the technicians, I went on my way home to try booting it up and to my surprise, it was a successful startup. There was no powering off which relieved me even more. The only upgrade I have left is a 30 series as I intended to get in April but couldn’t. Though I’m totally okay with what I got (Asus ROG 2060 OC). I’m beyond grateful for my journey and anyone who helped me along with it. Ongoing possible issue: My CPU temp is usually at 55°C during startup but stays at 60-70°C during full load. Is this healthy? The people of Reddit say it’s normal temps from a Ryzen 7 3700x Thank you to everyone who sees this! You’re amazing, loved and appreciated! Have a great day <3 ☆ I try not to submit to the sterotype of pink gamer girls but how could I not?? It's so cute! Don't get me wrong, I sometimes alternate between more nature-y, earth-y colors or simple blues and yellows too lol
    $2,690.79
    Lizbeth M
  • For the horde #Bitwit thumbnail

    For the horde #Bitwit For the horde #Bitwit

    Needed a new streaming machine where I pretty much play everything, but mainly WoW. I wanted to go with a theme/brand and I... Needed a new streaming machine where I pretty much play everything, but mainly WoW. I wanted to go with a theme/brand and I already had a Corsair mouse and headset so got everything Corsair that I could.
    $2,647.92
    Brad M
  • 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
  • Alan One Upper thumbnail

    Alan One Upper Alan One Upper

    I built it for schoolwork and gaming. I use it for programming, often using multiple virtual machines and many chrome tabs... I built it for schoolwork and gaming. I use it for programming, often using multiple virtual machines and many chrome tabs at the same time. For games, I play mostly Minecraft and Valorant, and sometimes Tomb Raider.
    $2,089.94
    Chi C
  • let me ott'ere thumbnail

    let me ott'ere let me ott'ere

    for playing and streaming Call of duty:modern warfare and many other games for playing and streaming Call of duty:modern warfare and many other games
    $1,950.91
    ethan C
  • el rancho thumbnail

    el rancho el rancho

    this pc is great it has a great rzyen 5 the case is really cool matching and in general its great pc this pc is great it has a great rzyen 5 the case is really cool matching and in general its great pc
    $1,906.97
    Mark H
  • Corsair's Dream #Bitwit thumbnail

    Corsair's Dream #Bitwit Corsair's Dream #Bitwit

    This was the first PC I ever built back in July of 2020. I use this PC for gaming, streaming, photoshop, and premiere pro in... This was the first PC I ever built back in July of 2020. I use this PC for gaming, streaming, photoshop, and premiere pro in hopes to actually try to make some money off streaming (My Twitch is PiddleTV). First, let's start off with the gem of the build... My Ryzen 9 3900X. This CPU, although loves to suck power, is a BEAST! Multitasks effortlessly, runs decently cool considering its power draw, and rarely ULTRA FAST. I have it overclocked to 4.4GHz on all 12 cores and could go higher if necessary. Next, perhaps the most underrated part of my build is my motherboard. From ASRock, the B550M Steel Legend is a Budget Badass! Easy overclocking, 2 M.2's, plenty of SATA ports, and great RGB lighting on the board too. This MoBo is by far one of my favorite pieces of my entire build, does everything right and looks beautiful at a discounted rate. Lastly, I originally had bought a Radeon 5700XT from Gigabyte (I do not recommend it), but it artifacted countless times, even after RMA'ing it (Gigabytes support is also very bad I have learned). So after 5ish months, I decided I needed a new one and fortunately, I was able to snag this 3060ti on launch day. Works like a charm... Isn't the fastest in terms of clock speeds, but who cares... the thing tanks all games 4k Ultra @ 90+fps (one monitor active), and when streaming, it runs all games 1080p High @ 144fps (streaming and two active monitors). Presenting what the name of the build is all about... My "Corsair Theme", my build features 32 GB of Corsair Vengeance RGB 3600 MHz RAM. The only issue I have run into with these sticks is that the RGB sometimes does not want to cooperate with Corsair's iCUE software... Don't know why, just is what it is. Besides that, these sticks are fast and reliable, hardware-wise, never a doubt, never an issue. STILL staying on the Corsair Theme, my CPU cooler is the ever-so-popular, H100i RGB Platinum AiO. It's sleek, it's elegant, it's effective, it's everything. Plus I got it at a discount :) Almost done with Corsair... I promise. To power all of this, I am featuring the Corsair RM 750W 80+ Gold PSU. (please comment if you guys feel like this is not enough power). As far as I am concerned, it gets the job done. Super reliable, powerful, and quiet. The last and most apparent Corsair feature of my build is the case. The Corsair Crystal 280X RGB is a popular and beautiful case. When first planning out my PC, I wanted something that was small, beautiful, and easy to build in, and this case hit every wish I could've asked for. There really isn't much else to say about this case, I just let the looks speak for themself. Onto some of the other components of my build: CableMod Custom White and Black Sleeved Cables (Absolutely beautiful) 1TB SSD WD Blue (Durable, quick, cheap) 1TB M.2 NVMe Samsung 970 EVO (lightning-quick) 500GB M.2 NVMe Samsung 970 EVO (see above) Corsair iCUE Commander Pro (Convenient for all my RGB Components) 2 Corsair SP120mm RGB White Fans (Quiet, gentle, stunning) AND LAST, but not least. My Elgato 4k60 Capture Card w/ Playstation 5. These two things were the latest additions to my collection. I waited so long to get my hands on the PS5, I couldn't believe it when I finally snagged one. Runs effortlessly and quietly (a huge contrast to its predecessor, the JetEngine4. Once again... Not much to comment on, I let the hardware do the talking. That finished my PC (and PS5), my build also features: Samsung C27HG70 27" 4k 144Hz Curved Monitor Samsung C24F390 24" 1080p 60Hz Curved Monitor Fifine USB Streaming Microphone Logitech StreamCam Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Cherry MX Speed Silver Corsair DARK CORE RGB PRO SE Wireless Mouse Pecham Desk Mat For being my first build, I definitely made some mistakes along the way... Something I am going to change for my next build, whenever that is, is probably not go with Corsair... I love the company, I own a TON of Corsair products; however, iCUE just isn't cutting it for me, wayyyyyy to many issues and bugs with its software... I have troubleshooted everything, no solutions. I am also considering a new backplate for the 3060ti, so HMU if you all have any suggestions. All-in-all, I loved building it and putting it together, it brought me so much joy in the middle of an event where joy was not easily found. I am so glad I am able to be apart of this community and love for y'all to give me some feedback on my build so I can continue to improve this beaut. Thanks again and best of luck to everyone!!!
    $1,890.89
    Will G
  • Daily Driver thumbnail

    Daily Driver Daily Driver

    This is my work from home and gaming PC. I mainly play story driven games with varying degrees of RPG in them. This is my work from home and gaming PC. I mainly play story driven games with varying degrees of RPG in them.
    $1,885.95
    ryano57
  • Mini ITX Remake thumbnail

    Mini ITX Remake Mini ITX Remake

    After my last ATX motherboard died, I decided to turn my mind tower pc in to a mini ITX one. New cooling solution and power... After my last ATX motherboard died, I decided to turn my mind tower pc in to a mini ITX one. New cooling solution and power supply were used, and it turned out to out performance the same hardware when it was in the old case, probably because I didn't pay any attention to thermals or maintenance for a while. I was glad the system reborn in a new look, and became even more capable in gaming and productivity tasks.
    $1,862.94
  • Rainbow Bonsai #Bitwit thumbnail

    Rainbow Bonsai #Bitwit Rainbow Bonsai #Bitwit

    I built this setup to more comfortably game and work for long hours at a time. Before, I was gaming on a 60 hz TV which had... I built this setup to more comfortably game and work for long hours at a time. Before, I was gaming on a 60 hz TV which had horrible input lag and was super limiting. Now that I have a 1440p 144hz monitor, I can really take advantage of that true PC gaming power! I play various games and also create digital content. I normally enjoy FPS games like Apex Legends and Warzone, but I have been wanting to get into more RPG-esque games as well. When I'm creating, I use the Adobe suite, more specifically Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere. This build has made my workflow so much more efficient and powerful.
    $1,839.92
    Garrett H
  • Black & Red thumbnail

    Black & Red Black & Red

    My first gaming pc that I built, super happy with the outcome! My first gaming pc that I built, super happy with the outcome!
    $1,839.91
    Sriven K
  • Gaming Build thumbnail

    Gaming Build Gaming Build

    Current gaming build for at home use. Current gaming build for at home use.
    $1,804.93
    Brandon C
  • Smol Gaming PC thumbnail

    Smol Gaming PC Smol Gaming PC

    This is a small gaming PC that I built with previous parts along with new ones. Some games I play are Minecraft, the Yakuza... This is a small gaming PC that I built with previous parts along with new ones. Some games I play are Minecraft, the Yakuza series, Payday 2, and Fortnite. With the small size of this PC, I'm able to fit it onto my desk right next to my monitors, giving my desk a clean look. Honestly, I made a mistake with buying a Ryzen 5 3600 when there was already a newer generation of Ryzen CPU's available with better performance, but with the upcoming live event, I'm hoping that I can upgrade my CPU to something with better performance so that all parts of my build line up with about the same performance.
    $1,791.52
    Joseph P
  • Compact Build thumbnail

    Compact Build Compact Build

    I built it for gaming in the living room. I built it for gaming in the living room.
    $1,757.95
    mysticmaki
  • Simple thumbnail

    Simple Simple

    Used heavily for video rendering Used heavily for video rendering
    $1,749.91
    Dennis T
  • Ezraudio mini ITX thumbnail

    Ezraudio mini ITX Ezraudio mini ITX

    This was built for AVID Pro Tools, Dante(Digital Audio Networking Through Ethernet), Server, and GAMES GAMES GAMES!!!! This was built for AVID Pro Tools, Dante(Digital Audio Networking Through Ethernet), Server, and GAMES GAMES GAMES!!!!
    $1,687.93
    Ezra M
  • Echo thumbnail

    Echo Echo

    I built this computer realizing that my old computer had seen the end of it's life performance wise. I researched and went... I built this computer realizing that my old computer had seen the end of it's life performance wise. I researched and went through a couple different iterations of the build, but am happy about how everything turned out.
    $1,663.92
    ryan g
  • The Bzzzzzzzz SFF thumbnail

    The "Bzzzzzzzz" SFF The "Bzzzzzzzz" SFF

    For 3D modeling and casual gaming For 3D modeling and casual gaming
    $1,619.95
    Hoa N
  • 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
  • My First Build: An Excel-Crunching, Dead Cells Crushing WFH mini-ITX thumbnail

    My First Build: An Excel-Crunching,... My First Build: An Excel-Crunching, Dead Cells Crushing WFH mini-ITX

    After several months of WFH with my woefully under-powered work laptop, I decided to build my first custom PC. I needed... After several months of WFH with my woefully under-powered work laptop, I decided to build my first custom PC. I needed something that wouldn't choke on complex spreadsheets, but I also wanted a machine with some gaming chops. I didn't need anything high-end since I mostly play Dead Cells these days, but I did want the option to play more demanding titles. Although the PowerColor RX 5700 OC is perfectly adequate for my needs, I wish I had gotten an ASUS ROG Strix card (purely for the logo and the RGB).
    $1,593.87
    Alexandre K
  • NR200 thumbnail

    NR200 NR200

    Gaming. Primarily Apex Legends and Overwatch 2. Gaming. Primarily Apex Legends and Overwatch 2.
    $1,502.95
    Matt37
  • True Survivor thumbnail

    True Survivor True Survivor

    Combination gaming/productivity rig. Focus on snappy response time and high-quality 1440p gaming with some dabbling in VR... Combination gaming/productivity rig. Focus on snappy response time and high-quality 1440p gaming with some dabbling in VR and eventual streaming.
    $1,502.92
    Elias W
  • Star Wars white and black build. thumbnail

    Star Wars white and black build. Star Wars white and black build.

    This was my first time build and might have overspent on a pc but it was an enjoyable experience it took 4 days to build as... This was my first time build and might have overspent on a pc but it was an enjoyable experience it took 4 days to build as the last thing to arrive was my power supply. I plan to use it for School and architecture programs such as CAD and REVIT along with some gaming here and there with the possibility to run upcoming next-gen games. I love the case because of how simple it is with the all-white and geometric design it came with 4 RGB fans and even cable fasteners and plenty of space for the cables. Although I did struggle trying to get the fans to work as I had to use the 3 prong RGB header at the bottom of the motherboard instead of the top. I know the CPU might be a little overkill and doesn't necessarily match the GPU but you win some you lose some, also I know I should've gotten a 3600-speed memory but by the time I realized it was too late. The keyboard and mouse I bought as a bundle and the headphones I've had for years and just recently started using them again. I currently using a Samsung 36 inch 1080p tv I had on my dresser as a monitor but plan to buy one black Friday. Feel free to leave any comments or questions on the build.
    $1,390.93
    Joshua M

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