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  • Vapor - The Small Form Factor Big Air Build thumbnail

    Vapor - The Small Form Factor Big Air... Vapor - The Small Form Factor Big Air Build

    My previous gaming computer served me well for the past several years, but having to lug an EATX case down the stairs to my... My previous gaming computer served me well for the past several years, but having to lug an EATX case down the stairs to my VR setup got tiring. For this build, I decided to downsize to mini-ITX. Thus, Vapor was born. Vapor lives a double life. On my desk it serves as a traditional gaming PC for games like Doom, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Rocket League. Plug in the Oculus Rift and it becomes a beastly virtual reality rig that can handle the most demanding titles like Half-Life: Alyx, Boneworks, and Blade & Sorcery. While many small form factor PC cases can be difficult to work in, the NCASE M1 proved to be much easier than anticipated. Some small cases are built on "sandwich style" setups dependent on riser cables and restricted airflow potential. The NCASE M1 is the perfect middle ground between size and cooling performance, and doesn't require any riser cables. The popularity of the NCASE M1 on enthusiast forums like /r/sffpc led to a wealth of knowledge and guides. One person even made a spreadsheet comparing several different cooling solutions and their temperatures. Finding and assembling all the parts was made much easier with the community's expertise, and I couldn't be more thankful. While I'm currently content with the thermals, I know I can do better. In early 2021 I want to replace the cooler on my GPU with the heatsink from an Arctic Accelero Xtreme III, and fit two 120mm Noctua NF-A12x25 fans underneath. This mod will decrease GPU temperatures dramatically, and help me fully realize my big air ambitions for this build: Big fans, big airflow, cooler temperatures. I'm also considering upgrading the motherboard to one that supports front-panel USB C ports like the one on the front of the my case. Lastly, I thought about replacing the side panel with a tempered glass one. However, the "RGB lights shining through holes" look is really growing on me.
    $1,641.93
    dsimmc
  • My computer thumbnail

    My computer My computer

    I built this to because I wanted to upgrade my CPU to a more current one as well as change my motherboard form factor and... I built this to because I wanted to upgrade my CPU to a more current one as well as change my motherboard form factor and case.
    $1,229.84
    tsouders
  • Shedstation 2021 #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Shedstation 2021 #MicroCenterMadness Shedstation 2021 #MicroCenterMadness

    Forged in the beating heart of a dragon, the shedstation contains the latest bleeding edge tech from last gen. It mostly... Forged in the beating heart of a dragon, the shedstation contains the latest bleeding edge tech from last gen. It mostly runs warcraft and dota and sits on a fully custom 3D printed modular PC case. Need to get me a Keychron K3 though, and I need to find a spot for my CRT and 4K monitor. Also currently using a custom Mouse + Keypad contraption for multiboxing classic wow
    $1,134.95
    Federico D
  • Mini Beast thumbnail

    Mini Beast Mini Beast

    First full on mini itx build First full on mini itx build
    $1,088.94
    spsanch89
  • Simple & Clean thumbnail

    Simple & Clean Simple & Clean

    AMD Gaming Build! Easy on the go PC. AMD Gaming Build! Easy on the go PC.
    $1,087.90
    Peter H
  • Nerd on a Budget's $1100 ITX Build thumbnail

    Nerd on a Budget's $1100 ITX Build Nerd on a Budget's $1100 ITX Build

    This is a slightly modified version of Nerd on a Budget's $1100 ITX build (as seen in this video: https:/... This is a slightly modified version of Nerd on a Budget's $1100 ITX build (as seen in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjXR4Mb7U5g). This version has the improved RTX 2060 Super, so if you want to see the general performance of the build, check out the video linked and this PC will perform roughly ~15% better for gaming performance better due to having the 2060 Super. This also uses the NZXT H210i case and a Corsair SF600 power supply, which can be found at Microcenter and are just as viable for the build, otherwise the Lian Li and Seasonic PSU must be sourced elsewhere. Find more Nerd on a Budget content here: https://www.youtube.com/nerdonabudget
    $1,081.93
    Danny L
  • Xbox PC build thumbnail

    Xbox PC build Xbox PC build

    Wanted to build something that was compact, but that also wasn't just some boring case on the shelf either. I had an Orginal... Wanted to build something that was compact, but that also wasn't just some boring case on the shelf either. I had an Orginal Xbox laying around that was not working so i took it apart and gutted it and trimmed out some of the case to make sure everything fit and had proper cooling.
    $1,027.86
    EchoFightr
  • Mobile AMD Gaming Build thumbnail

    Mobile AMD Gaming Build Mobile AMD Gaming Build

    The PC will be used for gaming. It is a new build. These components were chosen for their power and capability in gaming.... The PC will be used for gaming. It is a new build. These components were chosen for their power and capability in gaming. This build is unique as it is compact and portable. The customer will be playing The Surge 2 and has an expectation of about 120 fps. Build by https://www.instagram.com/c_mendoza_10/
    $1,019.93
    MC-Houston
  • RYZEN - Home School & Gaming ITX thumbnail

    RYZEN - Home School & Gaming ITX RYZEN - Home School & Gaming ITX

    With homeschooling on the horizon, I knew that I had to provide a better solution for my 5th grade son to continue his... With homeschooling on the horizon, I knew that I had to provide a better solution for my 5th grade son to continue his education instead of the school provided Chromebook. I'll end up playing tech support, so I wanted to make sure that I had a decent computer for him and I to work on. Budget was also important, so I picked up most items on sale at MicroCenter and we ended up building a perfect computer for our needs. It was a great build to work on with my son. His small hands were helpful reaching into the small case to plug in cables. Plus it was a great learning experience for him! I had a spare monitor and a GPU I pulled from my machine when I upgraded back in January, so I figured I'd put them to use and build my second computer. Asides for school work, my son also plays Fortnite, so I wanted to make sure that the computer was powerful enough to handle that. Size and portability were also important so I decided to go with the Lian Li TU150 and built in the ITX form factor. Right now he's working on a D.I.Y. desk in the basement, but one day he'll want to take the computer up to his room. The weight and case makes for a very portable solution. I used the Ryzen Wraith stock cooler to start, but I'd like to update in the near future, and he is saving for a nicer keyboard.
    $1,014.37
    Eric W
  • The Chief Masheen thumbnail

    The Chief Masheen The Chief Masheen

    Needed it to make music and play Doom and Doom Eternal on mouse and keyboard, then I just got into it and kept trying to... Needed it to make music and play Doom and Doom Eternal on mouse and keyboard, then I just got into it and kept trying to make sure it was optimal for whatever I needed to do.
    $749.40
    Erik G
  • Just Right :) thumbnail

    Just Right :) Just Right :)

    This is an ITX PC that I built as my primary machine. I use this PC for gaming as well as general tasks such as programming,... This is an ITX PC that I built as my primary machine. I use this PC for gaming as well as general tasks such as programming, photoshop and surfing the web. The games that I mainly play include LoL, Valorant, Minecraft and Stardew Valley, which are all pretty light games so I don't need anything too top-of-the-line. I feel like I have tailored this PC to fit exactly what I need for the things that I do.; My build is not overkill where I waste money on performace I don't need, but it also isn't too cheap where my PC can't keep up with the things I do. My most recent upgrade was my processor and ram. I upgraded from an Intel i3-6100 to an ryzen 5 3600 and 8gb ddr3 ram to 16gb of ddr4. Drastic improvement at a great price. One part of my PC that I did spend a little more money on was my PSU. I feel like investing in a good quality PSU will keep my PC running without issues,and it is also something that I don't plan on replacing any time soon. I am looking to do more video editing and 144hz gaming so I think my next upgrade will be a better graphics card. I am also considering adding an m.2 drive for more storage and faster r/w speeds. Any suggestions on good parts for upgrade are welcome :). The message that I want to send with my PC build for first time PC builders is to know exactly what you want to do with your PC before picking out parts. This will help you budget your build so that you are getting the best performance without wasting money on overkill computing power that you do not need!
    $735.93
    Arthur W