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  • 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
  • Project Base thumbnail

    Project Base Project Base

    3d building, imaging, simulation 3d building, imaging, simulation
    $646.94
    Rajaram P
  • Cheapy P thumbnail

    Cheapy P Cheapy P

    A whatever PC at the living room tv A whatever PC at the living room tv
    $738.98
    Vincent N
  • budget build thumbnail

    budget build budget build

    web & esports games web & esports games
    $852.95
    digbys
  • Quantinator thumbnail

    Quantinator Quantinator

    I bought this to do company work, thus the i7. We crunch a lot of numbers on it so need that processing moolah. Sometime i... I bought this to do company work, thus the i7. We crunch a lot of numbers on it so need that processing moolah. Sometime i play WOW and league but that's all the gaming use it gets. I'm looking to get a GPU for it
    $902.93
    Roldao
  • Blue Lagoon thumbnail

    Blue Lagoon Blue Lagoon

    Built something the ol' wife can use. Built something the ol' wife can use.
    $918.96
    Derric S
  • Fit through Gaming thumbnail

    Fit through Gaming Fit through Gaming

    I haven't had a decent computer for more than a couple years. I was once an avid gamer and as games got better my PC just... I haven't had a decent computer for more than a couple years. I was once an avid gamer and as games got better my PC just couldn't handle them. I have been using a low-tier laptop since 2016 and even that struggled with older games, let alone newer ones. As a personal trainer I would love to be able to make make videos and host live streaming content for my clients or those interested in making a change to their fitness/health habits, but my setup just doesn't have the ability to do so. With this new rig I hope to be able to be able to reach a new group of clients and help them to appreciate fitness and how it can change their lives for the better. This (as well as the included picture) is of the current old PC. I am hoping with the holiday deals and this coupon that the new PC (Parts list) will be on the way shortly. Money is always tight so I will be reusing some components from the old PC. Namely the case, GPU, and SSD.....for now. Old computer CPU: intel Q6600 motherboard: Asus p5k-e wifi Ram: 3 gb ddr2 GPU: nvidia 7800gt upgraded to 7800GTS which eventually died an was replaced by a generous friends GTX780 PSU: cosair hx650w CASE: antec P180 HDD/SSD: 640GB platter upgraded to 500Gb SSD.
    $940.93
    Sean R
  • Gaming PC thumbnail

    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    The main purpose of building this pc was to be able to play games and do work at the same time. The main game I play is... The main purpose of building this pc was to be able to play games and do work at the same time. The main game I play is Fortnite, and since the 6650xt is a decent card, I can get around 250 fps in game on performance mode. In the future, I plan on upgrading my gpu and my case. The gpu I got is not the best for my cpu(12700k), and a 6800xt would have been a better choice. I also decided to budget my case, which was a huge mistake, since the case I got used molex connectors and it was hard to take off the gpu brackets.
    $986.91
    FRANK G
  • My Pc thumbnail

    My Pc My Pc

    My Pc. (its acutally my dads. my cousin helped him build it but its good) My Pc. (its acutally my dads. my cousin helped him build it but its good)
    $999.92
    Agustin D
  • Sui Gaming thumbnail

    Sui Gaming Sui Gaming

    I built this pc mostly for gaming, i dont stream but this was a big big upgrade from my other pc that i tried to use for... I built this pc mostly for gaming, i dont stream but this was a big big upgrade from my other pc that i tried to use for gaming. I dont really have anything else to add except that it was a big upgrade.
    $1,009.93
    Mohammad D
  • Gaming/School PC thumbnail

    Gaming/School PC Gaming/School PC

    Needed a computer since my old one was running very slow. Had a budget of around $800, and got a SUPER SOLID rig. Micro... Needed a computer since my old one was running very slow. Had a budget of around $800, and got a SUPER SOLID rig. Micro center had great deals with their bundles and got a killer deal! This is a massive upgrade, and now can easily run games with my 144hz monitor. What a great experience, and I appreciate Kenny helping me chose these parts for my budget!
    $1,031.92
    Samer D
  • Gaming PC for World of Warcraft thumbnail

    Gaming PC for World of Warcraft Gaming PC for World of Warcraft

    Budget choice for a fantastic gaming performance of World of Warcraft Budget choice for a fantastic gaming performance of World of Warcraft
    $1,042.84
    Hangcheng L
  • JPC thumbnail

    JPC JPC

    Gaming, Work Gaming, Work
    $1,065.92
    Jay P
  • i7 Classic thumbnail

    i7 Classic i7 Classic

    Classic i7 gaming PC Classic i7 gaming PC
    $1,072.92
    shootindog898
  • uYiri: the Beginning of Life thumbnail

    uYiri: the Beginning of Life uYiri: the Beginning of Life

    I'm still missing a couple of more fans on top of the case for more exhaust and 2 fans on the radiator so I can have a push... I'm still missing a couple of more fans on top of the case for more exhaust and 2 fans on the radiator so I can have a push and pull system. But otherwise very satisfied with my first build. That final price is a little bit higher than what I paid for because of the 3-1 bundle I got from MicroCenter for my MBD, CPU, and RAM but I think this will hold me over for a long time. I’m planning on streaming a lot of games and growing my gaming channel but my end goal is to eventually start doing some freelance work so that I can start turning this investment into a profit. I wanted something that I wouldn’t need to upgrade, for a good price, and I think I accomplished that very well. Built this by myself and was surprised at how simple it was, everything was mostly plug and install. All I did was make sure I took my time and I did the proper research if I wasn't sure of something. A very fun process for sure and really cool to learn about all the different components to a computer that you probably wouldn’t know unless you built a PC for yourself. Scalping for parts was another fun experience for me, I enjoyed looking for the best part available for the right prices and if I decided to build another PC, I would definitely pay more attention to the dimensions and clearances of the cases before buying my parts. As far as budgeting goes if you are starting from scratch I would 100% recommend you buy the MicroCenter bundle just make sure that they have it wherever you are going to get it from. It's the best deal you can get for really good parts and you won't have to worry about those parts being compatible. With the MBD, CPU, and RAM out of the way next step is picking out your graphics card and my advice is to go with the best you can get right now so you don't need to worry about any future upgrades but a lot of it depends on where the market is. If you really need help look for it on the r/buildapc, there you can find a lot people who share information on pretty much anything related to building a PC. I was able to get my 3060 Ti for ~$330 on amazon, this is probably where you should spend a majority of your money for your build especially if you are trying to build a gaming rig. Next thing on the list is the cooling for your CPU and the case I plan to install 7 fans total for my case (2 exhaust on top, 1 fan in the back, and 4 on my radiator in the front) definitely overkill but case fans are very cheap and you can find good deals on bundles everywhere. For the CPU cooler I'd suggest an AIO, there are a ton on the market, just look for one that fits within your price range and is compatible with your CPU and case and go for it, I wanted to install mine on the top of my case which is pretty standard but there wasn't enough clearance in my case so I had to move it to the front which works just as well. If you do go with an AIO make sure you do your research on the correct ways to install it so that you can extend the life of your cooler for as long as possible. Getting into the storage of the device again it'll depend heavily on how many slots your case/motherboard comes and where the market is at the time but I started off with one 1TB NVM.e M.2 SSD for now because storage is very easy to install and upgrade later on. I'd stick to at least one 1TB NVM.e M2 SSD as a bare minimum they are the fastest drives right now, very small, and quick to install. The final part to your build should be the PSU, I got a gold standard 700W PSU which is enough for my build but could be different for yours just look up a PSU wattage calculator online and they'll let you know what's the right amount for your build. The gold certified PSUs are not cheap but from everything I read are very much worth the price just because of how important the PSU is too your entire build, it can also draw power more efficiently saving you a bit of money on your electric bill which is nice. Again this is only my first build and I'm just sharing what I learned from this entire process and my best advice to anyone like me is: take your time, don't force anything if you have to wait it out, just wait it out. Right now is a great time to build beacuse of how cheap the parts are getting but always be careful of what you are buying and who you are buying it from. Some of the sites that helped me out a lot while I was building was pcpartpicker, userbenchmark, microcenter, newegg, and reddit (r/buildapc). Took me some time to get everything aligned together but that is because you always want to make sure you are getting the best quality and value out of your parts so don't stress it just keep it simple go one by one until you get the results you want and as long as you are keeping track of everything it should get easier as you continue going.
    $1,076.91
    Lord Z
  • The clean PC thumbnail

    The clean PC The clean PC

    Super cheap PC funded by MicroCenters $50 motherboard bundle. Super cheap PC funded by MicroCenters $50 motherboard bundle.
    $1,120.94
    Michael C
  • Yesterday's gaming thumbnail

    Yesterday's gaming Yesterday's gaming

    For gaming For gaming
    $1,124.92
    Chris R
  • Gaming PC thumbnail

    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    I built this PC for gaming. The games I play the most are DayZ, Valorant, Civ 6, and Halo Infinite. I built this PC for gaming. The games I play the most are DayZ, Valorant, Civ 6, and Halo Infinite.
    $1,134.95
    Rocco M
  • Just a pc thumbnail

    Just a pc Just a pc

    It’s my first build I’ve ever made I definitely over spent on cpu but it’s for gaming and streaming It’s my first build I’ve ever made I definitely over spent on cpu but it’s for gaming and streaming
    $1,138.95
    grant p
  • Mylenie thumbnail

    Mylenie Mylenie

    I use this PC to play FFXIV Online, Valorant, and Fallout: 76. It owns! It's like BOOM HEADSHOT. I use this PC to play FFXIV Online, Valorant, and Fallout: 76. It owns! It's like BOOM HEADSHOT.
    $1,146.95
    Jonathan P
  • Red gaming pc thumbnail

    Red gaming pc Red gaming pc

    I use it for GTA V I use it for GTA V
    $1,152.93
    george m
  • $1000 4K Gaming PC thumbnail

    $1000 4K Gaming PC $1000 4K Gaming PC

    I set myself the goal to build the best possible Gaming PC with only a budget of around $1,000. The purpose of this computer... I set myself the goal to build the best possible Gaming PC with only a budget of around $1,000. The purpose of this computer is for Gaming. For future upgrades I would add more RAM. I would also get some black sleeved cable extensions.
    $1,153.93
    Axel H
  • Black and Blue thumbnail

    Black and Blue Black and Blue

    CPU - Intel i7-12700KCooler - Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240mm ARGB, Thermalright CPU FrameMotherboard - Asus Z690-Plus TUF... CPU - Intel i7-12700K Cooler - Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240mm ARGB, Thermalright CPU Frame Motherboard - Asus Z690-Plus TUF Gaming WiFi D4 RAM - Corsair Vengeance RGB 8gb x 4 3600 CL16 GPU - MSI Gaming X Trio RX 6800 XT Storage - Samsung 980 Pro 1tb NVME, WD Blue 2tb SATA PSU - Enermax Revolution DF 850w Case - Lian Li O11 Air Mini Fans - 2x Arctic P12 140mm ARGB, 5x Arctic P12 120mm ARGB
    $1,187.97
    shopkins82
  • I7 12700k combo build with 4060 Ti thumbnail

    I7 12700k combo build with 4060 Ti I7 12700k combo build with 4060 Ti

    This is my first ever Pc I ever built and I was so happy with the results! When I was first thinking of building a pc, I... This is my first ever Pc I ever built and I was so happy with the results! When I was first thinking of building a pc, I only had a budget of $1200 . I love to Stream on Twitch and play intense FPS games like Warzone ,any call of duty game , Fortnite, etc. I thought I would've had to spend $1400+ for the parts I have, but Microcenter really hooked it up with the CPU bundle deal ! This Pc can run any game u want in max frames and resolution. I also wanted the color theme to be as much white as possible because I just think white looks really clean and it stands out more. The graphics card is really good for its price , I just wish it had more then 8gbs of ram. Its not a problem at all with the games I run, but the more GB's of ram u have the better obviously. I also want to upgrade to 32 GB's of ram instead of 16 in the future. My case I chose is really cheap but I love it a lot. Very easy installation and I like the stock rgb fans it comes with and the usb-c port on top is useful . The only downside of this case is that you wont be able to add any fans on the bottom. This Pc was worth every penny !
    $1,228.99
    Billy T

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