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  • i7-13th gen, RTX 4090, 32gb ram, hyte y60 case with lian li cooling fans and strimmer lights thumbnail

    i7-13th gen, RTX 4090, 32gb ram, hyte... i7-13th gen, RTX 4090, 32gb ram, hyte y60 case with lian li cooling fans and strimmer lights

    I built my old pc a long time ago, 2016 or 2017. It was a i7-th gen MSI dual fan 1060ti, which was later upgraded to 2070... I built my old pc a long time ago, 2016 or 2017. It was a i7-th gen MSI dual fan 1060ti, which was later upgraded to 2070 super. It was a prebuilt custom pc from cyberpower and over The years i've had so many issues with the p c sometimes. The case was terrible it caused a lot of overheating and my p c would crash often when I ran even medium load work like turning on rocket league. I figured it was time to build a new p c and this time I wanted to make sure I future proof it without worrying about cost. Because the last p c I bought I built a little conservative because I was still in college and so I didn't want to spend too much money. It was actually a long Time dream of mine to build a new PC. But this time get a case that actually looks cool and I've looked at a lot of open concept cases as well as a panoramic glass cases. I want exposure to the internal components. And also wanted some internal rgb in my build, not too much rgb. I play a lot of AAA games, also FPS shooters, etc. Some of the games i play are valorant, rocket league, cod, halo, overwatch 2, battlefield, csgo, etc. Also a lot of single player games like tomb raider, horizon, last of us, etc. Every game I played told now I have played using logo settings just so my p c would not crash. I wanted a build where i would have to worry about that and be able to play on hight/max settings so i can appreciate the details and art of the games. I've thought about getting into streaming and no right now. I'm thinking about getting into dollarant streaming and/ content creation. I am a huge fan of Keeoh and his videos. Even if I don't get a lot of viewers? I still wouldn't like to be able to stream just doing for the fun. I got all of the streamer components no, just built a very high end p c capable of high quality gameplay End multitask for streaming, Also got some nice streaming cameras a hyperex quadcast s mic. Not sure when I'm actually going to start streaming but hopefully. It's sometimes in your future once I settle in to my new apartment. At the moment instead of streaming I have a youtube channel where I post clips of really funny or good gameplay for f p s games. I'm going to continue doing that till I am able to stream
    $0.00
    Rahul B
  • Black 3050 thumbnail

    Black 3050 Black 3050

    Nice black gaming rig, love the rosewill rgb. Nice black gaming rig, love the rosewill rgb.
    $49.99
    Joseph M
  • Lian Li MicroATX thumbnail

    Lian Li MicroATX Lian Li MicroATX

    13th gen Intel "refresh" of my 12th gen budget gaming rig. The GPU is a placeholder until I find the right upgrade so right... 13th gen Intel "refresh" of my 12th gen budget gaming rig. The GPU is a placeholder until I find the right upgrade so right now it's an ultra-budget gamer
    $302.09
    Josiah L
  • Upgrade thumbnail

    Upgrade Upgrade

    Light video editing and Handbrake encoding, might add video card if video editing becomes more complex Light video editing and Handbrake encoding, might add video card if video editing becomes more complex
    $320.98
    Colin T
  • the nogames box thumbnail

    the nogames box the nogames box

    sold my aging 6700k with gtx1080 and upgraded since prices will likely shoot up in the future. it'll probably be GPU-less... sold my aging 6700k with gtx1080 and upgraded since prices will likely shoot up in the future. it'll probably be GPU-less for a while until I regain interest in games.
    $339.98
  • HRPC WinXP PC (a Sleeper Build) thumbnail

    HRPC WinXP PC (a Sleeper Build) HRPC WinXP PC (a Sleeper Build)

    Eons ago, I got a sweet deal on a case that came with a psu. No idea who made it. But I can recall reaching into a wire... Eons ago, I got a sweet deal on a case that came with a psu. No idea who made it. But I can recall reaching into a wire basket by the checkout line to lift it up and appreciate the good deal. That can only have been Micro Center. Probably the one in Yonkers, NY. The layout of how things are arranged, with nowadays a clearance shelf just before you make that hard right into the cashier line, it matches the memory, except with a wire basket instead of a wire shelf. It wasn't a wire basket full of closeout cases, either, just one case of the kind that was popular 20 years ago (nowadays) and a bunch of open box mice or whatever. The case is sort of specific to the turn of the millenium because it has a flourish of see-through plastic (how Apple!) and a slot for the floppy drive. Long time builders will recognize it for what it is, or is trying to be. I have no idea how long ago that was, but the psu only had a 20-pin mainboard connector - so almost certainly at least a decade ago that I bought it. Since then, it has moved around with me time and again. I mean, it just looks so of-that-era, and I knew quite well I would want to build a pc again at some point. But I'm actually not that demanding, and so my 2500K served me well for a really long time. Man, so November 2022 comes, and Micro Center has some sweet bundle deals for a system that is exactly 10 generations newer than what I was running. The bundles now are definitely not bad at all, but the 12600K and motherboard I picked up in the run-up to Black Friday were even better. Has an igpu, 32GB of RAM is double my previous amount, NVME's boot real quick, let me tell you... I am a happy camper! See, I missed out on the whole shift from spinning platters to SSD's, so I am sooooo happy about the boot-up time. You know that person down the block running an otherwise-fine-for-their-purposes system that they wish wasn't so slow to boot up, and you make their day by throwing a $25 SSD in there? That's me. Made my own day. Regarding the guts of the thing, I had to pick up another mainboard from MC because this is not an ATX case. I had gathered the cooler and one NVME over time, thanks to the buildapcsales subreddit, and I picked up the needed mATX board, some DDR4 RAM and another NVME from MC, and cobbled together a janky build that has plenty of storage (there's also an old set of spinning platters in there), along with a Tesla P4 to boost the igpu the 12600K comes with. Because I can't resist projects like that. And I don't really game, so something akin to an underpowered 1080 is more than fine if I can say i got it running thanks to some zip ties and the fan from an FM2 CPU cooler. That fan on the Tesla P4, it spins up real loud for just a second at start up before the motherboard slows it down in accordance with the fan curve, which makes for a really weird effect that i really like. Like, I love it! And i don't care at all that it looks janky as all get-out in there, nobody cared about that back when we were building ourselves Cyrix 6x86 and Pentium II systems, so it fits the motif. I recognize the blue masking tape is a little funny-looking, but it's there to catch the eye if you open the case, since I cut holes into it and cut away most of the drive cage. This was my first time cutting holes into a case with a Dremel and some diamond cutting wheels, like the Youtube videos say to do, and so I have plenty of airflow through the bottom and out the back, In addition to what the front fan is pulling through those period-matching vents in the drive bays. I have two 140mm fans in that tiny case with no real gpu to speak of, and so they can run really slow and still move a ton of air. It's the outside of the case that counts. That period-specific look, in what is certainly not the most elegant manifestation imaginable, but then dressed up with those stickers from Geekenspiel that obscure the case's lack of refinement (I mean, the see-through plastic is right on top of the regular beige plastic, I mean, come on!). I sincerely apologize to MC for not having MC stickers on there about the Millennium Bug, but I really couldn't find any - not even in pictures online. BB, well, they're kind of known for it at this point. Frankly, MC might not have done that! it's clearly where the smarter, more discerning customers shop. And I found an appropriate floppy disk online to shove in that floppy drive with a 34-pin floppy extension cable running to a usb adapter card connected to a mainboard header by way of a header to usb jack adapter cable. That wasn't hard, but man, did I do a whole lot of work just to have a functional floppy drive that I'm never going to use. And it's funny, but every time I open Windows file explorer, it gets all audible and clicks away while it looks to see if it has a floppy inserted into it. I guess that's probably normal and just how things used to be. But it makes me happy, so be it. Plus, now I can crack wise that you can say what you want about rasterization and vector-based graphics, but Charts Unlimited, I mean, for charts, to this day, you can't beat it with a stick! And nobody really laughs as hard as me, but that's okay. I for one am much amused. This has been a truly fun build for me, and I look forward to rummaging about in MC's excellent deals in the future!
    $367.97
    Sven T
  • My little buddy thumbnail

    My little buddy My little buddy

    For my son to play Minecraft and No Man's Sky with me. For my son to play Minecraft and No Man's Sky with me.
    $383.99
    neoshi
  • Marvel Snap build thumbnail

    Marvel Snap build Marvel Snap build

    Bro wanted a rig to play marvel snap Bro wanted a rig to play marvel snap
    $399.95
    Brandon
  • Home Gear thumbnail

    Home Gear Home Gear

    Home PC for working from home Home PC for working from home
    $409.94
    Larry G
  • 1080p gaming I3, mostly used parts thumbnail

    1080p gaming I3, mostly used parts 1080p gaming I3, mostly used parts

    just for casual gaming just for casual gaming
    $419.00
    brandon h
  • Potato looking pc that can somehow do raytracing without exploding thumbnail

    Potato looking pc that can somehow do... Potato looking pc that can somehow do raytracing without exploding

    Built this rig for video editing and gaming although gaming took over my entire pc Specs that are not listedGPU: Gigabyte... Built this rig for video editing and gaming although gaming took over my entire pc Specs that are not listed GPU: Gigabyte RX6650xt Storage: 1TB MP33 Pro SSD Case: Fractal Pop Air
    $420.96
    Connor M
  • You're a wizard, 'puter! thumbnail

    You're a wizard, 'puter! You're a wizard, 'puter!

    Built as part of a $500 limit challenge, this is an ultimate budget gaming pc for my friend, and it's optimized for her game... Built as part of a $500 limit challenge, this is an ultimate budget gaming pc for my friend, and it's optimized for her game of choice: Hogwarts Legacy! I have a Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 coming in soon from amazon, but aside from that this build is entirely from Micro Center. I made use of micro center's $329.99 component part deal to get an Intel Core i7-12700K with 16 gigs of ram in this absolute beast of a budget pc. Thank you Micro Center for your amazing deals!
    $459.95
    David C
  • Budget gaming thumbnail

    Budget gaming Budget gaming

    My old pc was struggling to run the games I wanted it to My old pc was struggling to run the games I wanted it to
    $484.94
    Joel S
  • Work PC thumbnail

    Work PC Work PC

    Build to work from home Build to work from home
    $484.95
    steve_togo
  • no dedicated gpu, budget 12th gen build thumbnail

    no dedicated gpu, budget 12th gen build no dedicated gpu, budget 12th gen build

    budget build for my cousin budget build for my cousin
    $486.00
    Haowei Z
  • Gaming PC - Tiny Budget Edition thumbnail

    Gaming PC - Tiny Budget Edition Gaming PC - Tiny Budget Edition

    Wanted to build a cheap gaming pc as I'm somewhat of a lighter gamer and don't need a ton of computing power. Decided on... Wanted to build a cheap gaming pc as I'm somewhat of a lighter gamer and don't need a ton of computing power. Decided on something with the 12100f, so here it is. Found a 1660 super for a decent price used, the case was on sale, and I had this PSU already from an earlier sale.
    $486.44
    Kayden R
  • Bottle Rocket thumbnail

    Bottle Rocket Bottle Rocket

    This machine was intended entirely for basic home office tasks, web browsing, or doing light work with Visual Studio. It... This machine was intended entirely for basic home office tasks, web browsing, or doing light work with Visual Studio. It isn't glamorous, but it works. This was meant to adhere to a budget, and is the main reason it wasn't built as an ITX. At the last minute, it was decided to add in an extra DVD writer that had been in an old build. Otherwise it would have gotten away with 0 SATA cables. And last but not least, the 12400 hadn't released when this machine was built. Ah well. With so few drives and accessories, and also considering this case isn't ideal for cable management, a modular PSU might have been nice. But this one was reused so the price was unbeatable.
    $489.95
    hazium233
  • Budget CAD/Light Gaming PC thumbnail

    Budget CAD/Light Gaming PC Budget CAD/Light Gaming PC

    I built this computer in 2019; the only parts I've changed since then are the CPU and motherboard (I originally had a 2400G... I built this computer in 2019; the only parts I've changed since then are the CPU and motherboard (I originally had a 2400G and B450-A Pro, but those ended up in a PC for my brother). I mainly play easy-to-run games like Minecraft and Rocket League, which run well enough at 1080p with the 10600K's integrated graphics. I also use this computer for CAD/3D modeling in Tinkercad and Fusion 360. I've managed to get a decent overclock on the RAM—4000 17-21-21-41 w/ tRFC of 260 ns and somewhat-tuned secondary/tertiary timings. I could probably lower the timings a bit more, but this already gives a solid improvement in bandwidth and latency. I plan to try some iGPU overclocking when I have more time on my hands. The main upgrade I have in mind is adding a graphics card, but I'm holding off on that until the market improves.
    $490.00
    Gabriel d
  • Budget thumbnail

    Budget Budget

    Built my PC to help me run basic games. Built my PC to help me run basic games.
    $490.93
    Ethan H
  • Budget Build March 2022 thumbnail

    Budget Build March 2022 Budget Build March 2022

    Cobbled together some parts from various retailers and a 1650/RAM combo from eBay. Only thing missing now is onboard WiFi -... Cobbled together some parts from various retailers and a 1650/RAM combo from eBay. Only thing missing now is onboard WiFi - LAN will work for now.
    $499.23
    Joshua K
  • SmallBigBox thumbnail

    SmallBigBox SmallBigBox

    I built this as a new personal PC build since I sold my old personal build recently. I use it to play games like Minecraft,... I built this as a new personal PC build since I sold my old personal build recently. I use it to play games like Minecraft, Genshin, League, Valorant, etc., and use it for CAD projects. If I were to do things differently I would've gotten the white version of the graphics card but nonetheless the PC has satisfied my expectations. I also only paid around $500 for the system which satisfies my budget expectations.
    $514.99
    Thomas H
  • Fighter Pilot thumbnail

    Fighter Pilot Fighter Pilot

    This is meant to be a replacement unit that lives in the living room for media purposes This is meant to be a replacement unit that lives in the living room for media purposes
    $517.96
    Kishorelal K
  • Showtime! thumbnail

    Showtime! Showtime!

    This is a small form factor PC I've built to serve as a Plex media server (in conjunction with my file server) as well as an... This is a small form factor PC I've built to serve as a Plex media server (in conjunction with my file server) as well as an HTPC with an external 4K Blu Ray drive.
    $528.92
    PH55103
  • i3-13100 build - Making an old computer modern. thumbnail

    i3-13100 build - Making an old computer... i3-13100 build - Making an old computer modern.

    This is a light gaming PC. I'm still rocking my pretty MSI GTX 1060 on account of it never breaking a sweat being... This is a light gaming PC. I'm still rocking my pretty MSI GTX 1060 on account of it never breaking a sweat being bottlenecked by my CPU so I'm excited to finally see what it can do on the modern more CPU intensive games! I'd totally recommend the items I purchased.
    $537.32
    Jack N

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