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  • Modified Prebuilt thumbnail

    Modified Prebuilt Modified Prebuilt

    This system contains an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. It originally came as a HP envy... This system contains an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. It originally came as a HP envy 750 prebuilt, but I upgraded the graphics card to a EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 black edition.
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    Everett O
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    The Free PC The Free PC

    I decided that I did not want to spend money on a pc so I went to facebook marketplace and Letgo where over the course of... I decided that I did not want to spend money on a pc so I went to facebook marketplace and Letgo where over the course of the last few months I was able to get free pc parts from various different sellers. So the following pictures and parts are the culmination of my work of collecting free PC parts that I will eventually turn into my own server. The CPU and motherboard are from an old Lenovo Erazer prebuilt PC. I plan to add more hard drives so that it can function as a true server.
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    Andres512
  • From E-waste to Gaming Machine #Sleeper thumbnail

    From E-waste to Gaming Machine #Sleeper From E-waste to Gaming Machine #Sleeper

    The PC was going to be thrown away and the GPU is a hand-me down. While it's takes a while to boot, it's a gaming machine to... The PC was going to be thrown away and the GPU is a hand-me down. While it's takes a while to boot, it's a gaming machine to boot. I'm okay with 720p, so most games can run at 30-60fps with some tweaks. Inde games and older AAA games are no problem, and Overwatch runs good enough (with some stutters). It would be nice to add 4GB of RAM to make it 8GB and an SSD so that it runs a bit smoother.
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    Arron N
  • Free Forever thumbnail

    Free Forever Free Forever

    A build i tossed together using parts from friends and family that I did not have to pay for A build i tossed together using parts from friends and family that I did not have to pay for
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    Jacob S
  • Powerspec desktop thumbnail

    Powerspec desktop Powerspec desktop

    Programming and light gaming Programming and light gaming
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    sudkal
  • Modified Prebuilt and Router thumbnail

    Modified Prebuilt and Router Modified Prebuilt and Router

    This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade... This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade was the graphics card, then I added another SSD and a HDD along with a SATA PCI-Express add-on card. I had to get the add-on card because there wasn't enough ports on the motherboard. Added a router to improve coverage.
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    Everett O
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    xerocool xerocool

    I built this pc for playing COD, with friends, I tried to balance power and appearance. I wanted to make something you... I built this pc for playing COD, with friends, I tried to balance power and appearance. I wanted to make something you cannot just go out and replicate. I am hoping to upgrade the graphics to a 3090 soon.
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    Jody G
  • SATA Modified Prebuilt thumbnail

    SATA Modified Prebuilt SATA Modified Prebuilt

    This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade... This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade was the graphics card, then I added another SSD along with a SATA PCI-Express add-on card. I had to get the add-on card because there wasn't enough ports on the motherboard.
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    Everett O
  • Micro-ATX motherboard in Mini-ITX SFF case capable of some mild gaming with Ryzen 5000g series CPUs. thumbnail

    Micro-ATX motherboard in Mini-ITX SFF... Micro-ATX motherboard in Mini-ITX SFF case capable of some mild gaming with Ryzen 5000g series CPUs.

    I had an old Mini-ITX case which I turned into a desktop computer with potentially some gaming capability. To accommodate... I had an old Mini-ITX case which I turned into a desktop computer with potentially some gaming capability. To accommodate newer Ryzen 5000 series CPUs I selected a small Micro-ATX motherboard ($38 shipped off eBay) ASRock B450 B450M R4.0 and fit it in a tiny case. Currently it is powered by AMD Ryzen 3 2200g CPU. I paired it with 16GB DDR4-3200 memory, Intel 240GB SSD drive and 2TB WD hard drive. The plan is to add a M2 ssd drive and a MicroCenter's Ryzen 5600g or 5700g CPU. Maybe later add even a discrete graphics card. At the moment the build will be used for general purpose computing with some occasional gaming (per my son's request).
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    bidzina
  • Modified Prebuilt and Router II thumbnail

    Modified Prebuilt and Router II Modified Prebuilt and Router II

    This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade... This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade was the graphics card, then I added another SSD and a HDD along with a SATA PCI-Express add-on card. I had to get the add-on card because there wasn't enough ports on the motherboard. Added a router to improve coverage.
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    Everett O
  • 30 year old HP vectra 486/33N gaming build thumbnail

    30 year old HP vectra 486/33N gaming... 30 year old HP vectra 486/33N gaming build

    Bought in 1993 and subsequently added parts inside it this ancient “gaming rig” is still up and running… with dos games Bought in 1993 and subsequently added parts inside it this ancient “gaming rig” is still up and running… with dos games
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    winstonwu91
  • My First Build thumbnail

    My First Build My First Build

    Started out telling myself I was gonna make a computer that was just good enough to play warzone, that changed very quickly.... Started out telling myself I was gonna make a computer that was just good enough to play warzone, that changed very quickly. All I want to do is keep adding. Great hobby and one I definitely see myself staying in for the future. Cooler Master H500 case Powerspec 850 rgb supply MSI B550 gaming plus mobo Asus RTX 3080 GPU 2x western digital 1TB ssd m.2 M22 kraken cpu cooler Ryzen 5 3600 Matisse 2x 120mm blue case fans 2x 140mm red case fans Inland black/red cable extension kit 2x 8gb trident 3600 RAM Cooler Master GPU RGB support bracket *** soon to come EK GPU waterblock setup
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    Justin T
  • Custom Meshlicious 9x HDD Plex NAS unRAID Server thumbnail

    Custom Meshlicious 9x HDD Plex NAS... Custom Meshlicious 9x HDD Plex NAS unRAID Server

    Started using Plex for streaming personal media a year ago and filled up the 8TB external HDD pretty quick! Figured this was... Started using Plex for streaming personal media a year ago and filled up the 8TB external HDD pretty quick! Figured this was the perfect opportunity to get into the world of servers. I wanted something that was SFF, dead silent, had plenty of HDD bays, and still looked good to set on my desk. Didn't like the look of the Node 304 or NR200 but when the SSUPD Meshlicious came out, I knew I could make it unique and exactly what I wanted. Decided to upgrade my gaming rig (2020 Build) during this process and use those parts for the server or buy used. Server GPU was omitted since I have my own gaming rig which can handle heavy duties if necessary. Check out both rigs in the last photo! Using unRAID has been a great choice of server OS and an amazing learning tool to get into servers! Since it's used primarily for Plex by my family, drives are spun down most of the time. Plex libraries are split up into different drives allowing for a single HDD spin up at a time depending on the movie/show. The system remains dead silent, even when 1 or 2 drives are in use. Thermals are a non-issue. Even during 24-hour data transfer to all drives at once, HDDs never hit above 38 degrees. Plex use is 30 degrees. Incredibly happy with the way it came out and couldn't recommend the SSUPD Meshlicious enough as an insanely versatile and beautiful SFF case.
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    Stoph C
  • The Red Point thumbnail

    The Red Point The Red Point

    I've sold my last PC to invest on my old house, and after a while, I finally bought my new rig, that I use daily for gaming... I've sold my last PC to invest on my old house, and after a while, I finally bought my new rig, that I use daily for gaming (and sometimes for home work). I love the way it looks like, with all the stuff and red LEDs. It took almost 2 years to get the look of how it is right now. I love playing single-player games, and by now I'm playing Grim Dawn, Forza Horizon 4, Control, Horizon Zero Dawn. This is my setup config: - Intel Core i7-6700K - Asus Geforce GTX ROG Strix 1070 Ti 8GB - Asus ROG Maximus VIII Formula - Corsair Dominator Platinum ROG Edition 16GB DDR4 3200MHz - Corsair Hydro Series H115i PRO RGB 280mm - Corsair TX550M 80 Plus Gold PSU - Samsung M.2 NVMe 970 EVO 250GB - Seagate Barracuda HDD 4TB 5200RPM - 3x Corsair LL140mm - 2x Cooler Master Silent Fan 140mm - Corsair LED Strip Lighting Node PRO RGB - Cooler Master MasterCase Maker 5T - Samsung CFG73 24" 144hz 1ms Curved - Samsung 43J5290 43" Full HD - Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire MK.2 - Corsair M65 PRO RGB 12000 DPI - Corsair MM200 Extended - Astro A50 Gen4 PS5/PS4/PC Wireless Headset - Logitech MX Sound 2.0 - Microsoft Xbox Series X/S Carbon Black Controller - DT3 Sports GTS Black/Red
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    Raphael R
  • SATA Modified Prebuilt II thumbnail

    SATA Modified Prebuilt II SATA Modified Prebuilt II

    This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade... This system originally contained an i7 6700 with 8gb of memory, a 1tb hard disk drive, and a 128gb ssd. The first upgrade was the graphics card, then I added another SSD and a HDD along with a SATA PCI-Express add-on card. I had to get the add-on card because there wasn't enough ports on the motherboard.
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    Everett O
  • Chrome Dome #bitwit thumbnail

    Chrome Dome #bitwit Chrome Dome #bitwit

    3 years and 4 iterations later (as seen in the last few photos). I don't plan on changing anything for a while after this. I... 3 years and 4 iterations later (as seen in the last few photos). I don't plan on changing anything for a while after this. I chose this case because I liked the unique layout and I knew the watercooling obsession would eventually lead to hardline tubing. So I wanted a cheap case that would force me to be creative with the design and whip out the Dremel for a custom fit. It did not disappoint. I also purchased some cut glass from the hardware store, painted the edge, and mount it using magenetic strips to use as my side panel. The decision to finally go hardline was a used Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Master for $180 and EK's FLT reservoir/pump combo. Everything was bought used or very discounted, except for CPU, fans, and anything regarding watercooling. It was a fun challenge that I am glad is over and thankfully, stayed dry. 3D modeling prior was critical and thanks to every gamer/enthusiast for inspiration! Hope you guys like it and feel free to ask any questions! Primarily used for gaming, general purpose, engineering, and 3D modeling. Specs: Case: Thermaltake Core G3 CPU: Intel i5 9900k 5.1Ghz @ 1.3v delidded w/ liquid metal & copper IHS GPU: MSI RTX 2080 Ventus OC 2.010Ghz @ 1.0V MOBO: Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Master RAM: Team Group Vulcan 4x8gb 3000Mhz PSU: Corsair SF750 Platinum w/ Noctua NF-A9x14 fan swap OS: Samsung 960 Evo 250gb M.2 NVME Games: Silicon Powered 1TB M.2 NVME External: Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8TB Monitor: Pixo PX275h 1440p @ 95hz Cooling: CPU: EK-FB Gigabyte Z270/Z370 Monoblock GPU: EK-FC 2080 Classic Waterblock Rads: EK-CoolStream SE 360 & XSPC TX240 Pump/Res: EK-Quantum FLT 240 DDC PWM Water Temp: Phobya Inline Temp Sensor Intake Fans: 5x Arctic P12 PWM PST w/ Phanteks Lux Halo RGB Exhaust Fans: Noctua NF-A12x15 & 2x Arctic P8 PWM PST EK Fittings w/ 14mm Bitspower Chrome Tubing Temps: Low fan curve for silence. Prime95 & Heaven 4.0 for 60min: CPU 72C | GPU 51C | Water 50C Red Dead Redemption for 60 min: CPU 61C | GPU 48C | Water 43C
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    Stoph C
  • Professional Party PC thumbnail

    Professional Party PC Professional Party PC

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    Wesley D
  • Borg Cube thumbnail

    Borg Cube Borg Cube

    My case mod takes us to the world of ST:TNG and the Enterprise's most fearsome enemy introduced in the second season of the... My case mod takes us to the world of ST:TNG and the Enterprise's most fearsome enemy introduced in the second season of the series. The case I modded is the Cooler Master Elite 110. The inside components comprise a basic gaming rig, with a nod to the era that ST:TNG was new on the air by using the 20th anniversary Intel Pentium processor. My case mod even includes a "frickin' laser beam" in eerie Borg green of course.
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    Brian M
  • 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
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    Rahul B
  • Finally! thumbnail

    Finally! Finally!

    Took forever to gather all the parts. Took forever to gather all the parts.
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    indy_nyc
  • Ryzen 3 2200G HTPC thumbnail

    Ryzen 3 2200G HTPC Ryzen 3 2200G HTPC

    I've been using this build for a few years for the kids of watch Youtube on TV and to video chat with family members. I've been using this build for a few years for the kids of watch Youtube on TV and to video chat with family members.
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    Vincent1234
  • i5-2500k thumbnail

    i5-2500k i5-2500k

    Primarily gaming. Held up surprisingly well over the years, only started to show its age just before COVID hit, then prices... Primarily gaming. Held up surprisingly well over the years, only started to show its age just before COVID hit, then prices went berserk so I've managed to coax a couple more years out of it to let all the dust settle. Will probably replace it next year with something like the 7800x3D or maybe Meteor Lake.
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    Christopher M
  • The Frankentosh thumbnail

    The Frankentosh The Frankentosh

    PC guts inside of a MacPro case…This was built to host my security cameras and home media. It has since turned into a 2nd PC... PC guts inside of a MacPro case… This was built to host my security cameras and home media. It has since turned into a 2nd PC for streaming and running other media in the background while I game. Trying not to alter the case too much, I searched around to find components that would work. In the end I ended up trimming the back panel to work with the mobo ports, cutting a hole to pass the power cables through the top shelf to the rest of the PC, installed my own stand-offs and mounting plate. And let’s just not talk about the CPU radiator being held in by zip-ties.
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    mdphotos
  • Big Red thumbnail

    Big Red Big Red

    I built this rig with my dad. We made it together right when he first got me into computer gaming. I was 16 at the time, and... I built this rig with my dad. We made it together right when he first got me into computer gaming. I was 16 at the time, and he helped me pick out all the parts and pore over the details, going through review after review to get what fit our needs best. That's what dad was always good at. Mom would make fun of him all the time. Every time we needed something, like new cleats for my younger sister playing soccer or a drawing tablet for my younger brother to get his ideas out on something other than loose-leaf paper, we knew that we'd be waiting at least a week or two or three before my dad finally came back to us with the "definitive best choice" for each of us. This rig isn't the most powerful, or the most beautiful, or the most expensive. But it is what worked for us at the time. When we built it the first time, I was so excited that the fan had color! It lit up the corner of our house's computer room a bright red, shining that hue across our decade-old family PC hunched over next to it. This new PC was so futuristic and new and... big! And that's how we decided to name it. Big Red. Now I'm 22, working a job two states away, in my own apartment, typing this up on the same untouched machine that I put together with my dad all those years ago. It's seen countless games, countless hours of watching videos, doing homework, dialing in to work calls, connecting online with friends hundreds of miles away. And I'm glad I still have Big Red to keep me company.
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    Riley P

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