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  • Corsair ICUE 4000x RGB Build Intel i7 12700k and RTX 3060 thumbnail

    Corsair ICUE 4000x RGB Build Intel i7... Corsair ICUE 4000x RGB Build Intel i7 12700k and RTX 3060

    This is my fisrt build in like almost 8 years and im so glad i did. The omly thing i may do is swap the 3060 for a 3060 TI -... This is my fisrt build in like almost 8 years and im so glad i did. The omly thing i may do is swap the 3060 for a 3060 TI - Corsair 4000D with tempered glass panels front and side Mid tower case w/aRGB Hub. - Intel I7 12700k CPU - Gigabyte Aorus Master B660 DDR4 Motherboard ARBG - Asus ROG Strix RTX 3060 GPU w/aRGB - 32GB of Corsair 3200mhz icue aRGB Ram - 750w EVGA Supernova fully modular power supply - MSI 240 mm AIO cooler w/aRGB - 1 TB Samsung Evo 980 Pro NVMe M.2 SSD - 2TB 7200 RPM Seagate SATA HDD - 5x Corsair aRGB fans
    $1,764.92
    Cory C
  • IncREDible MSi Gaming PC thumbnail

    IncREDible MSi Gaming PC IncREDible MSi Gaming PC

    Another complete build~!Specifications:Intel Core i7-10700KCrucial Ballistix 16GB DDR4 3200MhzMSI MPG Z490 Gaming Plus... Another complete build~! Specifications: Intel Core i7-10700K Crucial Ballistix 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Plus Motherboard MSI MAG Coreliquid 240R AIO MSI GeForce RTX 3060 12GB Inland Platinum 1TB M.2 SSD Inland Sleeved Extensions Red/Black Gamdias Kratos M1 750W Bronze PSU Lian Li 205 Mesh RGB ATX Case LG Ultragear 31.5" 240Hz Curved Monitor
    $1,748.90
    TC Computer-Tech
  • MSI + Asus thumbnail

    MSI + Asus MSI + Asus

    Gaming computer built with msi and asus parts. Gaming computer built with msi and asus parts.
    $1,674.92
    George N
  • First Gaming PC thumbnail

    First Gaming PC First Gaming PC

    My first gaming PC so that I can start playing with some better graphics. GPU is not on the strong end but I play mostly... My first gaming PC so that I can start playing with some better graphics. GPU is not on the strong end but I play mostly indie games so it's fine.
    $1,544.91
    John D
  • Anfrone's Build thumbnail

    Anfrone's Build Anfrone's Build

    I'm building to play and stream Valorant with my friends I'm building to play and stream Valorant with my friends
    $1,508.92
    Anthony C
  • My PC thumbnail

    My PC My PC

    The purpose of my pc is for me to play games like valorant and league of legends The purpose of my pc is for me to play games like valorant and league of legends
    $1,396.92
    Patty L
  • Back To Life thumbnail

    Back To Life Back To Life

    A PC that actually uses an SSD and browse the web fast. First PC built since 2010. Can render edits/color grade when needed... A PC that actually uses an SSD and browse the web fast. First PC built since 2010. Can render edits/color grade when needed and play games when wanted.
    $1,344.92
    Axel S
  • Red Lantern thumbnail

    Red Lantern Red Lantern

    I ultimately wanted to upgrade from the PC I already had- an i7 6700k with a GTX 1660 and 16 GB of RAM. The only real way... I ultimately wanted to upgrade from the PC I already had- an i7 6700k with a GTX 1660 and 16 GB of RAM. The only real way for me to do so was to start from the ground up, so I started looking for CPUs to upgrade to. I watch a lot of Dawid Does Tech Stuff, LinusTechTips, Austin Evans, PC Centric, and Gaming Nexus on YouTube in order to get some good recommendations, while I also peruse reddit.com/r/buildapc for advice. I'm primarily using this build for gaming (at 1080p) and streaming to YouTube. I play games like Apex Legends, Halo Infinite, Call of Duty alongside Cities Skylines, Endless Space 2, and Stellaris. I'm hoping this build will be a solid one for about 5 years, or whenever DDR5 memory is more integrated. Since I needed to start the upgrade from the CPU, I was debating on whether to upgrade to a Ryzen 5 5600x (or 5600G depending on availability) or the 11th gen i5. I know a lot of intel motherboards can be a bit more expensive than their AMD equivalents, however I was able to find a nice Black Friday deal at MicroCenter for an i5 11600k and an Asus Prime B560M-A for a bit under $300. With my motherboard and cpu chosen I could then focus on getting other parts. My motherboard supports both 10th gen and 11th gen intel CPUs, however with an 11th gen CPU I could use both 4th gen PCIE and 4th gen m.2 NVME storage. As such I went for a 2TB Corsair MP600 core SSD to take that slot up and act as my boot drive and storage with room to upgrade my storage space with the other m.2 slot. I wanted to upgrade my GPU from the GTX 1660 to a 30 series card, and I was able to find an EVGA 3060 at microcenter a couple weeks later. Because I play a lot of strategy games, I went with a 2x16 kit of Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro RAM at 3600MHz. For a PSU, I went with the EVGA Supernova 750W 80plus Gold Rated modular power supply. I picked up an NZXT H510 Black and Red case, and through some reviews I knew I didn't need intake fans because of some sciency mumbo jumbo that was explained very well in Dawid's video on the H500 case and airflow. I didn't want to go with an AIO as such, though I still wanted to have some decent cooling for my CPU so I went with the Noctua NH-U12S. While gaming, my GPU gets up to 65 degrees (!) while my CPU gets to 50 degrees. When I'm just web browsing It's usually 35 degrees and 29/ 30 respectfully. This was my first ever full build and it feels amazing to be able to use something I assembled myself.
    $1,289.88
    Kevin C