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  • Mona Lisa of Budgets thumbnail

    Mona Lisa of Budgets Mona Lisa of Budgets

    I started off with a console and found myself hitting a cap on my gaming skills and decided it was time for an upgrade. I... I started off with a console and found myself hitting a cap on my gaming skills and decided it was time for an upgrade. I worked a bit harder and pooled some money together after watching countless youtubers build budget systems using Dell Optiplex's but upon agreeing to my dad to check out the micro center, I was shocked! I quickly sold my xbox and a few of my old games and shoes and headed down to micro center and found the best motherboard cpu deals! If I win, I will use the money to purchase the all new RTX 3070 which has a starting price of exactly 499$ and will be a huge step up from my GTX 1650 Super!
    $546.44
    Awaadh S
  • Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build thumbnail

    Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC... Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build

    Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult... Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect parts for your build. Today, Matt and Jackson put together an amazing budget gaming build for you! They chose an Intel Core i3-9100F Quad-Core CPU, ASUS B360 PRIME mATX motherboard paired with a Gigabyte RX 5500 XT Overclocked and 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM from Crucial. The great value and performance of this build shine through in-game. Getting around 80-110 fps on mixed Normal/Medium settings in Warzone. Performance in Shadow of the Tomb Raider was equally impressive, getting an average of 60 fps on high settings. Matt makes a serious recommendation to include 16GB of RAM in your next build as it's becoming the new standard for good gaming performance. Watch their video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuyqYjAyHLE What do you think about The Toasty Bros build? With the limited availability of some parts, would you wait for parts to get back in-stock or would you buy what's available now?
    $551.93
    Micro Center
  • The Humble Overdue Upgrade Build thumbnail

    The Humble Overdue Upgrade Build The Humble Overdue Upgrade Build

    Before this I had a Haswell gaming machine (i5-4570) for like 6 years. It started showing its age, particularly in Modern... Before this I had a Haswell gaming machine (i5-4570) for like 6 years. It started showing its age, particularly in Modern Warfare and on a couple emulators that really benefited from more threads/better IPC. Despite reaching 60 frames on most titles, the stutters were absolutely abysmal and it was clear the old i5 was bottle-necking my RX 580. I'm not a hardcore gamer so apart from emulators, the most intensive games that I currently have are Black Desert Online, Modern Warfare, Borderlands 3, and GTA V but I'm positive I'd be able to run the newer AAA games like Battlefield 2042 at an acceptable and consistent enough frame-rate. I built this around Christmastime 2020. I was lucky enough to be chosen for Honey's promotion at that time so I was able to get $250 from them. The motherboard was on sale, the CPU and case was not. But since I had the other parts for the build already from my old system, I think the $250 was just enough to get all three. I *could've* gone for a 6 core but I ended up deciding with a Ryzen 3 3100 as a stopgap solution. Plus any modern processor from the last 3-4 years is an upgrade to the i5-4570. Why AMD? I honestly wanted to go Intel since their six cores at the time went for $140-160. The reason why I didn't was because there were no Intel motherboards that had memory overclocking at the time. So I went with AMD just because I thought it would be better value, at least motherboard wise. So if you think about it, I only really paid for the parts OTHER than the mobo, case, and CPU. Most of which I got on sale/at a reduced price.
    $605.92
    Bagas
  • Red Team Budget Box thumbnail

    Red Team Budget Box Red Team Budget Box

    This is a budget build I put together when you dropped the Ryzen 5 1600 to $100. That was what finally told me it was time... This is a budget build I put together when you dropped the Ryzen 5 1600 to $100. That was what finally told me it was time to build again. This is a 1080p gaming machine. I primarily play (and occasionally stream with my friends via Discord) Minecraft. I'm about to drop a new processor in before the AM4 socket phases out. I forget the exact pricing, but it was about $650 at the time of build. Last year, I dropped some more memory in, and I replaced the stock cooler to help out with some virtual machines.
    $852.95
    FryinNinja
  • Value Oriented Gaming Build thumbnail

    Value Oriented Gaming Build Value Oriented Gaming Build

    I built the desktop initially for Autocad and Gaming. It had no issue with Autocad or the games I played. I played Genshin... I built the desktop initially for Autocad and Gaming. It had no issue with Autocad or the games I played. I played Genshin Impact, Halo Master Chief Collection, Rocket League, Mordhau, Skyrim, and Dont Starve Together. I was looking into a future upgrade of the GTX 3060 once the pandemic pricing settles down. I would wait for a case that came with case fans (3 or more) and use either a small ATX size or continue with a microATX. I would also get magnetic dust filters and get a better power supply from the LTT tier list.
    $864.96
    Tony L
  • First build, good results thumbnail

    First build, good results First build, good results

    I built this pc to play games on (Rainbow Six Siege, COD: MW, GTA, Beat Saber, Red Dead, and much more) I plan to get a new... I built this pc to play games on (Rainbow Six Siege, COD: MW, GTA, Beat Saber, Red Dead, and much more) I plan to get a new GPU and more rgb fans once I can afford it (I’m only 14 lol) Feel free to tell me your thoughts on my build!
    $1,077.42
    Liam K
  • Media and Gaming Small PC thumbnail

    Media and Gaming Small PC Media and Gaming Small PC

    mostly gaming and some media, tried to keep build as small as possible mostly gaming and some media, tried to keep build as small as possible
    $1,193.93
    Kai C
  • My First Build #Bitwit! thumbnail

    My First Build #Bitwit! My First Build #Bitwit!

    So this is the first build I've ever done. I was aiming to do something that would be good for gaming, for light video... So this is the first build I've ever done. I was aiming to do something that would be good for gaming, for light video editing (no 4k or something like that), CAD applications, and that it would be under a reasonable price. Originally I didn't have a CPU cooler (only the included AMD wraith stealth) and a used 8Gb RX580. I was able to upgrade the CPU cooler recently as well as the GPU to an RX6700xt thanks to a friend that was able to snatch one from one of the AMD drops. The main upgrades I would like to do in the future would be the CPU, the CPU cooler, the PSU and maaaaybe the case just because I would like to have the 5950x and I'm not sure if I'll be able to fit a cooler big enough for it inside my case, but so far this PC does everything I need it to do.
    $1,264.37
    Orlando M
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    Rachonki Rachonki

    I built the PC to play a lot of games and do my schoolwork on. I also mine with the GPU, an RTX 3060ti non LHR. I built the PC to play a lot of games and do my schoolwork on. I also mine with the GPU, an RTX 3060ti non LHR.
    $1,559.91
    Rachit S
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    Midget Bandit Midget Bandit

    Mainly for gaming but also for getting lost in the usual youtube black hole Mainly for gaming but also for getting lost in the usual youtube black hole
    $1,585.93
    Stephen C
  • Rainbow Bonsai #Bitwit thumbnail

    Rainbow Bonsai #Bitwit Rainbow Bonsai #Bitwit

    I built this setup to more comfortably game and work for long hours at a time. Before, I was gaming on a 60 hz TV which had... I built this setup to more comfortably game and work for long hours at a time. Before, I was gaming on a 60 hz TV which had horrible input lag and was super limiting. Now that I have a 1440p 144hz monitor, I can really take advantage of that true PC gaming power! I play various games and also create digital content. I normally enjoy FPS games like Apex Legends and Warzone, but I have been wanting to get into more RPG-esque games as well. When I'm creating, I use the Adobe suite, more specifically Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere. This build has made my workflow so much more efficient and powerful.
    $1,839.92
    Garrett H
  • Corsair's Dream #Bitwit thumbnail

    Corsair's Dream #Bitwit Corsair's Dream #Bitwit

    This was the first PC I ever built back in July of 2020. I use this PC for gaming, streaming, photoshop, and premiere pro in... This was the first PC I ever built back in July of 2020. I use this PC for gaming, streaming, photoshop, and premiere pro in hopes to actually try to make some money off streaming (My Twitch is PiddleTV). First, let's start off with the gem of the build... My Ryzen 9 3900X. This CPU, although loves to suck power, is a BEAST! Multitasks effortlessly, runs decently cool considering its power draw, and rarely ULTRA FAST. I have it overclocked to 4.4GHz on all 12 cores and could go higher if necessary. Next, perhaps the most underrated part of my build is my motherboard. From ASRock, the B550M Steel Legend is a Budget Badass! Easy overclocking, 2 M.2's, plenty of SATA ports, and great RGB lighting on the board too. This MoBo is by far one of my favorite pieces of my entire build, does everything right and looks beautiful at a discounted rate. Lastly, I originally had bought a Radeon 5700XT from Gigabyte (I do not recommend it), but it artifacted countless times, even after RMA'ing it (Gigabytes support is also very bad I have learned). So after 5ish months, I decided I needed a new one and fortunately, I was able to snag this 3060ti on launch day. Works like a charm... Isn't the fastest in terms of clock speeds, but who cares... the thing tanks all games 4k Ultra @ 90+fps (one monitor active), and when streaming, it runs all games 1080p High @ 144fps (streaming and two active monitors). Presenting what the name of the build is all about... My "Corsair Theme", my build features 32 GB of Corsair Vengeance RGB 3600 MHz RAM. The only issue I have run into with these sticks is that the RGB sometimes does not want to cooperate with Corsair's iCUE software... Don't know why, just is what it is. Besides that, these sticks are fast and reliable, hardware-wise, never a doubt, never an issue. STILL staying on the Corsair Theme, my CPU cooler is the ever-so-popular, H100i RGB Platinum AiO. It's sleek, it's elegant, it's effective, it's everything. Plus I got it at a discount :) Almost done with Corsair... I promise. To power all of this, I am featuring the Corsair RM 750W 80+ Gold PSU. (please comment if you guys feel like this is not enough power). As far as I am concerned, it gets the job done. Super reliable, powerful, and quiet. The last and most apparent Corsair feature of my build is the case. The Corsair Crystal 280X RGB is a popular and beautiful case. When first planning out my PC, I wanted something that was small, beautiful, and easy to build in, and this case hit every wish I could've asked for. There really isn't much else to say about this case, I just let the looks speak for themself. Onto some of the other components of my build: CableMod Custom White and Black Sleeved Cables (Absolutely beautiful) 1TB SSD WD Blue (Durable, quick, cheap) 1TB M.2 NVMe Samsung 970 EVO (lightning-quick) 500GB M.2 NVMe Samsung 970 EVO (see above) Corsair iCUE Commander Pro (Convenient for all my RGB Components) 2 Corsair SP120mm RGB White Fans (Quiet, gentle, stunning) AND LAST, but not least. My Elgato 4k60 Capture Card w/ Playstation 5. These two things were the latest additions to my collection. I waited so long to get my hands on the PS5, I couldn't believe it when I finally snagged one. Runs effortlessly and quietly (a huge contrast to its predecessor, the JetEngine4. Once again... Not much to comment on, I let the hardware do the talking. That finished my PC (and PS5), my build also features: Samsung C27HG70 27" 4k 144Hz Curved Monitor Samsung C24F390 24" 1080p 60Hz Curved Monitor Fifine USB Streaming Microphone Logitech StreamCam Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Cherry MX Speed Silver Corsair DARK CORE RGB PRO SE Wireless Mouse Pecham Desk Mat For being my first build, I definitely made some mistakes along the way... Something I am going to change for my next build, whenever that is, is probably not go with Corsair... I love the company, I own a TON of Corsair products; however, iCUE just isn't cutting it for me, wayyyyyy to many issues and bugs with its software... I have troubleshooted everything, no solutions. I am also considering a new backplate for the 3060ti, so HMU if you all have any suggestions. All-in-all, I loved building it and putting it together, it brought me so much joy in the middle of an event where joy was not easily found. I am so glad I am able to be apart of this community and love for y'all to give me some feedback on my build so I can continue to improve this beaut. Thanks again and best of luck to everyone!!!
    $1,890.89
    Will G
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    Baja Blast Baja Blast

    My first build! Built for my birthday of 2021 , this PC was loaded with the best looking components that I could find within... My first build! Built for my birthday of 2021 , this PC was loaded with the best looking components that I could find within reason for a high refresh rate ultrawide 1440p gaming focused rig. Replacing my 2015 MacBook pro 15 ;) I was Hoodwinked into the world of pc gaming and the many branches that it contains such as keyboards, headphones, mice and monitors etc. It was an absolute blast to build and I am personally most proud of the GPU... I camped for 12 hours for it at my local BB for it. Temps are under 75 C for both gpu and cpu running all but the most demanding games... looking at Cyberpunk... at max settings. This build is my pride and joy and will bring me fun for years to come.
    $2,205.87
    Carson B
  • VR Streaming PC thumbnail

    VR Streaming PC VR Streaming PC

    I built this PC since I won the Newegg shuffle for an Nvidia RTX 3070ti I built this PC since I won the Newegg shuffle for an Nvidia RTX 3070ti
    $2,206.89
    Spazbo4
  • Zen 2 build thumbnail

    Zen 2 build Zen 2 build

    For gaming. Upgraded for cyberpunk, stayed for guilty gear For gaming. Upgraded for cyberpunk, stayed for guilty gear
    $2,216.93
    John C
  • White with Rainbows thumbnail

    White with Rainbows White with Rainbows

    I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I... I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I gradually gained money over time and saved up and eventually got the chance to upgrade parts one by one. Here I am now. Thanks to Microcenter for the fact that they literally have literally every computer part in the store. It is exciting every time I walk into there. It is such an amazing place for "geeks" like me honestly. I hope to definitely one day be able to afford a higher end GPU and hopefully make my setup and build look even better with more lighting mainly for the GPU, but at this time I can deal with what I have. Everything seems great, I can do my school work and multitask and game fine. On top of that I can stream well with consistent frames thanks to the new NVENC, but I am pretty sure my 3900x can handle streaming just as well.
    $2,339.36
    Steven P
  • Daily Driver thumbnail

    Daily Driver Daily Driver

    Overbuilt computer for watching youtube Overbuilt computer for watching youtube
    $2,588.93
    Gamitha W
  • For the horde #Bitwit thumbnail

    For the horde #Bitwit For the horde #Bitwit

    Needed a new streaming machine where I pretty much play everything, but mainly WoW. I wanted to go with a theme/brand and I... Needed a new streaming machine where I pretty much play everything, but mainly WoW. I wanted to go with a theme/brand and I already had a Corsair mouse and headset so got everything Corsair that I could.
    $2,647.92
    Brad M
  • Aesthetic Builds: Pink Gamer Girl Edition 🌸 #BitWit thumbnail

    Aesthetic Builds: Pink Gamer Girl... Aesthetic Builds: Pink Gamer Girl Edition 🌸 #BitWit

    Past: I’ve had a passion for building computers ever since I was a freshman in high school. Since then, I would stay up... Past: I’ve had a passion for building computers ever since I was a freshman in high school. Since then, I would stay up nights watching BitWit and Linus. After countless hours, I finally decided on the parts I’ll infuse into my dream PC. The Beginning: Building a PC without even working, especially in a hispanic household had most of it’s disappointments. Being told your vision was only just a matter of time before I gave up on it, bummed me out a lot but I never gave up! Fortunately, after explaining that this will enhance my skill and passion in Hardware Engineering and Software, they allowed me and even helped me. After 1-2 months and camping outside of this Micro Center for a GPU (although I didn’t get the one I wanted but I was desperate), I finally finished. It booted up perfectly. Mid Journey: However… It wasn’t what I wanted it to be. It wasn’t near what I wanted my DREAM PC to be. After being hired for the summer, I made money and invested most of it to upgrading. I upgraded my CPU from a Ryzen 5 3600 to Ryzen 7 3700x. I knew my dream case was the Lian Li O11D Mini and with the help of a fellow Micro Center employee, I was encouraged on going through with it! I added case fans and an extra 16GB of RAM which was pricey, but very worth it haha. (A new SFX Power Supply to accommodate with the new case as well. The End of an Era/Issues: After installation of the Motherboard, I realized there wasn't space in the back from the case to mount my AIO. I panicked because I wasn't planning on using the included wraith cooler with my CPU. My AIO pump is so cute! "How could I ever let it go" I thought. I stared for a moment and realized I could install the AIO mount on the Motherboard and then screw the motherboard in. Once again, I was relieved from devestation. After installing everything in the new case, I booted it up. I noticed my hard drive would say 50% usage and it worried me a lot. I frantically searched it up but would be led to a dead end. I never really understood as to why it did that but I assumed it was just because of CPU change. A day later, I tried booting it up for my usual gaming mornings but it turned off in a span of 5 minutes. My worry escalated and I unplugged everything to avoid further damage. I ended up going to Micro Center for a Diagnostic and found out my CPU was nearly cooking itself so it would turn off to protect itself. I actually inserted the CPU pump wire into the wrong header which relieved me because I was afraid I’d have to spend more money on something. After thanking the technicians, I went on my way home to try booting it up and to my surprise, it was a successful startup. There was no powering off which relieved me even more. The only upgrade I have left is a 30 series as I intended to get in April but couldn’t. Though I’m totally okay with what I got (Asus ROG 2060 OC). I’m beyond grateful for my journey and anyone who helped me along with it. Ongoing possible issue: My CPU temp is usually at 55°C during startup but stays at 60-70°C during full load. Is this healthy? The people of Reddit say it’s normal temps from a Ryzen 7 3700x Thank you to everyone who sees this! You’re amazing, loved and appreciated! Have a great day <3 ☆ I try not to submit to the sterotype of pink gamer girls but how could I not?? It's so cute! Don't get me wrong, I sometimes alternate between more nature-y, earth-y colors or simple blues and yellows too lol
    $2,690.79
    Lizbeth M
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    Colors Colors

    I built it as a high-end gaming rig. For the most part, I play a combination of Forza Horizon 5, Battlefield 2042, Destiny... I built it as a high-end gaming rig. For the most part, I play a combination of Forza Horizon 5, Battlefield 2042, Destiny 2, The Isle, Rust, and a few others. For something I wish I'd done differently, I wish I would have gone with a white radiator. I initially chose a be Quiet! pure loop 280mm and spray painted it white, however I left out the tubes. I feel if I'd either just bought a white rad, or spray painted the tubes as well the theme of my build would be more apparent. (I originally wanted a white one, now it's kind of in-between). For future upgrades, I honestly think I'll be set for a while. I'm running a 5600x with a 3070ti, and 16gb of 3200mhz ddr4 ram. I'm considering a cpu+mobo upgrade, but that won't happen for a while.
    $2,706.83
    Jack H
  • Black box thumbnail

    Black box Black box

    Used to work from home and gaming Used to work from home and gaming
    $2,884.93
    Ming K
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    Unicorn Barf Unicorn Barf

    This was built mainly for gaming. Trying to learn how to build virtual machines as well. This was built mainly for gaming. Trying to learn how to build virtual machines as well.
    $2,910.93
    BulletMagnet
  • Icey Mini thumbnail

    Icey Mini Icey Mini

    Call of duty playing, keyboard build streaming machine! Call of duty playing, keyboard build streaming machine!
    $3,347.84
    cbeezie33
  • Snow White gaming pc thumbnail

    Snow White gaming pc Snow White gaming pc

    Reddit's favorite case and all white components. with plenty of rgb unicorn goodness3090 equipped Reddit's favorite case and all white components. with plenty of rgb unicorn goodness 3090 equipped
    $3,582.90
    LukeKlopchic