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  • I'm Not Batman thumbnail

    I'm Not Batman I'm Not Batman

    In 2008 I graduated from college with a degree in Information Systems and Science. Around that time every family and friend... In 2008 I graduated from college with a degree in Information Systems and Science. Around that time every family and friend would call me with all computer and electronic needs (lol). However during that time I was not well educated about the insides of computer and thought the best way to help would be to build a desktop PC myself. Around 2012 after doing some research I finally started building my own PC which has become the main talking point when someone enters my home. There are two questions that come every time someone sees it 1) Are you Batman? 2) Are you doing security for the entire block? The PC has many of the original parts from when I built it in 2012 except the graphics card. I originally had XFX Radeon HD 7970 3GB graphics card to help power the PC and display on the six monitors but the card died on me a year ago. I now have a Radeon RX 580 GPU (supporting up to five monitors) and use the last monitor to connect my work laptop to for dual monitor support. The build has a Samsung 830 series 256GB solid state drive, three 2TB internal hard drives, ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Intel motherboard, an Intel i7-3930K six-core processor, G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 16GB DDR3 ram all powered by a CORSAIR AX1200 power block and cooled by a CORSIAR H100 liquid CPU Cooler (and several fans). This is all housed in CORSAIR Bosidian Series 800D tower while using a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard and Cyborg R.A.T 7 mouse. This was probably overkill for someone who just wanted to learn and build their own PC but the setup allowed me to multi-task tremendously while studying for my MBA, allow to play some games with level graphics (StarCraft being one of my favorites) but most importantly offer suggestions and guidance for friends who also wish to build their own PC. Overall the learning experience was great and to talk about the PC to this day while only changing the graphics card is amazing.
    $3,282.74
    Kris B
  • Tranquility thumbnail

    Tranquility Tranquility

    Open Air, Closed Loop Open Air, Closed Loop
    $3,269.80
    GeoffM
  • First-time build thumbnail

    First-time build First-time build

    Gaming Rig Gaming Rig
    $2,268.88
    sbot
  • TechnoKoopa's 40th Birthday Build thumbnail

    TechnoKoopa's 40th Birthday Build TechnoKoopa's 40th Birthday Build

    I build this machine part for part over the past 4 months to upgrade from my 6-year-old machine running an AMD FX-6350... I build this machine part for part over the past 4 months to upgrade from my 6-year-old machine running an AMD FX-6350 (3-core/6-hyperthread) to a more powerful gaming and content creation machine to suit my needs. I joke with people that it all started with the case and it snowballed from there. When the build was said and done, only two components remained from my old build: the 1TB SSD that my OS is on and the power supply. Not all of the parts were available from Micro Center, but most of the ones in the shot were purchased from there. I needed a system that can play a lot of flight and space simulation games such as Ace Combat 7 and Battlestar Galactica Deadlock as well as Space MMOs like EVE Online and Star Trek Online. I play other casual games and this system doesn't break a sweat. Most of my content creation involves writing and illustrations found on my website www.burchbowserprojects.com and technokoopa.deviantart.com and this system barely flinches on those tasks. I also wanted something with RGB to reflect by personality and growing computer hardware experience. The only thing that I would have done differently was purchase a Radeon RX 5500XT or newer. For those wondering why Radeon, I tend to use Linux systems at time on this machine and Radeon has better open source drivers over NVIDIA's proprietary drivers. Also, when I purchased the MSI Armor RX 580, I still had my old motherboard and processor, and a newer GDDR6 with PCIe Gen 4 would not have been supported. The RX 580 is still more than capable of playing all of my games on my 1080p screen, so for now, there is no need to replace it when I have had it for at least 2 months at the time of this submission.
    $2,208.90
    Trent B
  • First Build thumbnail

    First Build First Build

    I hadn't taken the opportunity to build my own PC in a very long time so this was my first attempt. Overall I'm really happy... I hadn't taken the opportunity to build my own PC in a very long time so this was my first attempt. Overall I'm really happy with the build. My goal was to build a solid gaming PC that was somewhat future proof. Since I work in Information Systems I also wanted this system to be able to handle running multiple VMs simultaneously so I could have a little virtual lab of networked computers and practice some things I've been meaning to learn like database management, some light coding, etc. For games I currently have Skyrim, Civilization V and VI, Smite, Spellbreak, Fortnite and Baldur's Gate 3 (just downloaded, haven't fired it up yet), even the Gauntlet remake because I love a classic. With this build I have a code to get Assassin's Creed Valhalla when it drops so I'm looking forward to that. Also it is my preferred genre for gaming. The GPU is a placeholder so I wanted something decent but inexpensive until I could fully digest the benchmarks for the nVidia 30x and ATi cards coming out soon. I plan to upgrade it in a few months and either keep the RX 580 for another build for my kids or post it on ebay. Featured in the desk photo is a Samsung 32" Smart TV. I didn't include it in the parts list becuase I didn't buy it for this build and only decided to connect it as a third monitor because YouTube performs much better from the PC than trying to stream it directly on the TV. Other peripherals I own prior to this build but added them to the parts list are the HP 27f monitor, keyboard, and mouse. The desk is an IKEA Karlby, walnut 74" countertop (because it's completely solid unlike their desktops) with 8 Capita legs sitting on top of the Klimpen drawer unit and Klimpen bookshelf (they call it a table leg with storage). Forgive the atrocious photo edit job, it isn't my forte. I used Gimp. Lessons learned, I made a snap judgement on the PSU when I realized mine had sold out before it could be pulled for my order. I also need to work on cable management.
    $2,143.26
    Timothy B
  • Project Phoenix thumbnail

    Project Phoenix Project Phoenix

    Sometimes, the old must make way for the new. A phoenix must rise to be reborn and carry on the fight. Sometimes, the old must make way for the new. A phoenix must rise to be reborn and carry on the fight.
    $1,834.91
    Xavier M
  • VDI Server thumbnail

    VDI Server VDI Server

    VDI Server for Mike VDI Server for Mike
    $1,674.89
    crossr1
  • Leem's Very Average PC 2: Electric Boogaloo thumbnail

    Leem's Very Average PC 2: Electric... Leem's Very Average PC 2: Electric Boogaloo

    Roughly the same thing that I had last year, with a couple additions (mostly storage and peripherals upgrades) Roughly the same thing that I had last year, with a couple additions (mostly storage and peripherals upgrades)
    $1,647.88
    Liam K
  • First Gaming build (UV) thumbnail

    First Gaming build (UV) First Gaming build (UV)

    Started out as a first build to use for music production but quickly turned into my first budget gaming PC Started out as a first build to use for music production but quickly turned into my first budget gaming PC
    $1,544.90
    lifeinuv
  • Ash's Build thumbnail

    Ash's Build Ash's Build

    uWu uWu
    $1,329.88
    Justin M
  • Video Editing PC thumbnail

    Video Editing PC Video Editing PC

    This PC will be used for video editing. It is a new build and the components were chosen to fully support his needs for... This PC will be used for video editing. It is a new build and the components were chosen to fully support his needs for video editing, processing, and rendering. He decided to go with a custom build because it is more moddable and he trusts each individual part more. The customer will not be playing any games. Build by https://www.instagram.com/c_mendoza_10/
    $1,261.92
    MC-Houston
  • Devin's Meshify Ryzen PC thumbnail

    Devin's Meshify Ryzen PC Devin's Meshify Ryzen PC

    This was my first gaming PC I built as an adult, my first was a budget PC when I was 15. I love Ryzen and the Meshify case... This was my first gaming PC I built as an adult, my first was a budget PC when I was 15. I love Ryzen and the Meshify case which are pretty iconic.
    $1,182.91
    Devin J
  • Budget Gaming/School PC thumbnail

    Budget Gaming/School PC Budget Gaming/School PC

    My oldest daughter plays games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Forza, etc. I wanted to build a PC that could give some... My oldest daughter plays games like Overwatch, World of Warcraft, Forza, etc. I wanted to build a PC that could give some good performance and stability
    $1,178.84
    Otis J
  • Snowstorm thumbnail

    Snowstorm Snowstorm

    Snowstorm was created for gaming and general computing. I mostly play shooter games like Battlefield 5 and Rainbow 6: Siege.... Snowstorm was created for gaming and general computing. I mostly play shooter games like Battlefield 5 and Rainbow 6: Siege. As my first ever PC built as a 15 year old, Snowstorm stands his place in the gaming area. Really awesome machine for 1080p gaming. Later on I would like to get an AIO cooler for my Processor but I'll have to work for it quite a lot. In the future, I would also like to change the motherboard from B350 to B550 as well as the graphics card to and RTX one and also get an m.2 ssd I always see how amazingly fast an m.2 is but id like to get one of those as well. I would really l like to experience Ray Tracing in a game like Battlefield 5. As I mentioned earlier this is my first every build. I only watched tutorial videos and that's all. I am really happy with all the things I could find in Micro center a while back because if you ask me, best place ever like no joke! As a 15 year old buy going into his sophomore year in High School, I am really PC enthusiast. I love everything about computers. Not so long ago I built a PC for my brother and I enjoyed every second of building that PC even though the parts for that build was low end. But you know a PC is a PC no matter what. Take care everyone and stay safe :)
    $1,110.92
    Bence A
  • AMD/Corsair Gaming Build thumbnail

    AMD/Corsair Gaming Build AMD/Corsair Gaming Build

    Built up as a fun 1080p gaming machine with mid-tier components (for 2020). Typical games are Sim Racing titles such as... Built up as a fun 1080p gaming machine with mid-tier components (for 2020). Typical games are Sim Racing titles such as Assetto Corsa, iRacing, Project Cars 2; Battle Royales, and The Division 2 (with cool lighting effects supported by iCue). Ultimately will be Twitch streaming my racing career. Halfway through piecing it together I realized that I had a lot of Corsair components (case, PSU, rgb lights) I went ahead with the HD series RGB fans over the case-included stock fans and the newly released A100 CPU air cooler (dropped Ryzen 3600 temps from stock cooled 45C idle to 26C idle!) to complement my K63 TKL board and Nightsword and XL sized desk mat. Latest components to the build include the add-on LS100 kits for very cool, smooth lighting effects to complement the original RGB strips. Along the way I was inspired to add the LS100 strips directly to my GPU support tower not as subtle lighting, but making it full up-front and visible. The 275R Airflow case is lightyears better than my old 2008 Newegg case, with way better cable management and expansion options. The mesh front, top, and PSU are easy to clean and keeps the case relatively dust-free.
    $1,092.92
    jaut1986
  • Light  Gaming / Plex Server thumbnail

    Light Gaming / Plex Server Light Gaming / Plex Server

    I built this to take the place of an older gaming rig that I have been using as a Plex server. I built this to take the place of an older gaming rig that I have been using as a Plex server.
    $1,058.91
    Derrick H
  • Sapphire thumbnail

    Sapphire Sapphire

    I built this PC so I could play games like Valorant and Rust where i have good ping on both of them. I built this PC so I could play games like Valorant and Rust where i have good ping on both of them.
    $1,025.92
    Christian A
  • Rainbow Blizzard thumbnail

    Rainbow Blizzard Rainbow Blizzard

    The purpose on why I built this PC/Setup, was because I needed something to use for school especially because of the virus... The purpose on why I built this PC/Setup, was because I needed something to use for school especially because of the virus that going on in the air. I also built it so that I could just have my own space in the house that I could relax in. Games I usually play are, Rainbow Six Siege, Call of Duty Modern Warfare, Fall Guys, and Counter Strike. I can usually run two things at once with the help of the two Asus Monitors that I use. I usually have discord on monitor 1 and my game running on monitor 2. This setup is also great for watching things like Netflix or YouTube. I have flags that separate down the part of the basement where I have my so called man cave. Not to mention I have to have a 50 foot Ethernet cord that runs from the computer to a storage room that's also in the basement, and from there it runs up through the ceiling directing into the internet router of the house. I love detail and that's why i have so many things on my walls surrounding the setup just so it does not look so empty. Using things like flags, picture frames, basketball jerseys, scarves, hand drawn Mario, and my favorite, a diamond sword.
    $1,005.88
    Viosan M
  • No Light but Mostly White thumbnail

    No Light but Mostly White No Light but Mostly White

    Wanted something new and to be in a small form factor. Its my daily machine for work, light browsing and gaming. Mostly play... Wanted something new and to be in a small form factor. Its my daily machine for work, light browsing and gaming. Mostly play Apex Legends, CsGo, Horizon4, Dota2. If i do want to play some of the newer games I do need to upgrade the GPU but there is nothing on the market that I can put my hand on...
    $991.91
    Vesko
  • Budget Gaming and Streaming thumbnail

    Budget Gaming and Streaming Budget Gaming and Streaming

    I built this for gaming and streaming. I built this for gaming and streaming.
    $982.92
    Dane N
  • Hecate 7 thumbnail

    Hecate 7 Hecate 7

    General purpose budget PC future-proofed for ten years. This machine was completed to first run on 9/13/2020 and except for... General purpose budget PC future-proofed for ten years. This machine was completed to first run on 9/13/2020 and except for update restarts, it has been "on" ever since. I use it for a variety of relatively low demand tasks including email, web surfing, writing, photo editing, and listening to Sirius/XM radio 24/7. Homemade case, Intel Core i5-9600K, Gigabyte Ultra-Durable B365M DS3H mATX MB, MSI Radeon RX 580 Armor 8GB DDR5, 32GB G. Skill Aegis DDR4, WD Black 1TB M.2 SSD, Noctua NH-C14S CPU cooler, Apevia Prestige PR-800 800W PSU, Lite-On 24X optical drive, EZ-DIY 3.5" card reader/USB hub, (2) Noctua NF-P14S redux 900 case fans, EZ-DIY 30cm PCIe-16 card riser, misc. cables and hardware, Windows 10 Home, old Viewsonic monitor, Perixx Periboard mini-USB keyboard, 4TB WD My Book USB 3 external back up drive..."Everything on sale!!!" (aprox. $1K)
    $918.83
    PorkRinds
  • Budget gaming build 2020 thumbnail

    Budget gaming build 2020 Budget gaming build 2020

    This was built for my son for light gaming duty during this stay at home time. He is currently playing Sea of Thieves and... This was built for my son for light gaming duty during this stay at home time. He is currently playing Sea of Thieves and Minecraft. We raided our PS4 to get an SSD for this build which allowed us to save a bit which we put back into getting a better power supply. We don't have any future upgrades planned to the desktop itself as of this time. My son is pretty happy with it. We might add a monitor as right now it's connected to a 1080p 37" TV. No complaints from my son but I think that area can get better. Other than that, I know he'd like a proper desk and a nice chair.
    $884.91
    John J
  • Total Sleeper thumbnail

    Total Sleeper Total Sleeper

    Putting a lot of decent entry level power into the unassuming Spec-02 Redshift case is always a bit of a challenge as it... Putting a lot of decent entry level power into the unassuming Spec-02 Redshift case is always a bit of a challenge as it lends itself to being very difficult to manage cabling in.....challenge accepted.
    $849.92
    MC-Sharonville
  • Rebant's Gaming Rig thumbnail

    Rebant's Gaming Rig Rebant's Gaming Rig

    just for light gaming and school work just for light gaming and school work
    $778.92
    Rebant G