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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
  • General APU Build thumbnail

    General APU Build General APU Build

    APU Build for light gaming and web browsing APU Build for light gaming and web browsing
    $530.96
    Mike Z
  • Super preparations thumbnail

    Super preparations Super preparations

    I was overdue for a graphics card upgrade (had previously been using an nvidia gtx 1060 6gb card). Actually, make that... I was overdue for a graphics card upgrade (had previously been using an nvidia gtx 1060 6gb card). Actually, make that overdue for an everything upgrade. I finally decided that the time was now because the 4070 super at around $600 according to the reviews delivers exactly the kind of 1440p resolution gaming performance that I have been looking for. I mainly play looter shooter games like the Borderlands series and the other borderlands spinoffs.
    $580.93
    Roger L
  • First Build of 2024 thumbnail

    First Build of 2024 First Build of 2024

    I built this for remote work. I built this for remote work.
    $605.87
    Ellis H
  • 7700x Build thumbnail

    7700x Build 7700x Build

    I plan to use the $25 coupon for the 6950 xt that I will indeed by from micro center. You may seem surprised by the total... I plan to use the $25 coupon for the 6950 xt that I will indeed by from micro center. You may seem surprised by the total price but that is because I got an amazing deal from microcenter.
    $666.99
    Henry M
  • Mario's 3080 Ryzen thumbnail

    Mario's 3080 Ryzen Mario's 3080 Ryzen

    To play triple A games, perform some video editing, do some rendering, browse the internet and everyday computer daily tasks. To play triple A games, perform some video editing, do some rendering, browse the internet and everyday computer daily tasks.
    $669.96
    Mario L
  • sff attempt thumbnail

    sff attempt sff attempt

    i was always jealous and awestruck at some of the crazy tiny small form factor builds that people can squeeze together. and... i was always jealous and awestruck at some of the crazy tiny small form factor builds that people can squeeze together. and so i decided to attempt building my own. the biggest mistake is that i initially tried and failed using a small sfx sized power supply. i had to return it and get a very specific form factor power supply that was atx but could only be a specific maximum length. i took one picture without the power supply installed because it blocks the view of the other parts when installed. the build is complete and functional at the present time. however i am now saving up for a good graphics card. i dont want to settle for something cheap so im going to build my budget back up for something like a 4070 ti or better. right now i am getting by on the weak on-chip intel hd graphics. but really its actually pretty decent because i can play the game hades at medium settings.
    $688.92
  • Green Machine thumbnail

    Green Machine Green Machine

    My old rig had reached the end of its CPU socket life, and I figured if I was going to replace the CPU, Mobo, and Ram, I... My old rig had reached the end of its CPU socket life, and I figured if I was going to replace the CPU, Mobo, and Ram, I might as well build a while new machine.
    $754.96
    JOSEPH O
  • Fractal Meshify 2 Mini AM5 mATX Build thumbnail

    Fractal Meshify 2 Mini AM5 mATX Build Fractal Meshify 2 Mini AM5 mATX Build

    This was my first DIY build, and I went for a relatively middle of the road spec that's fairly well rounded and not... This was my first DIY build, and I went for a relatively middle of the road spec that's fairly well rounded and not optimized for any particular thing. CPU, RAM, and mobo were from a Micro Center bundle, while the other components were sourced wherever there were deals to be had. The only thing that is missing is a GPU, although the iGPU inside the 7700X has been sufficient in the meantime. The CPU undervolts easily, which allows it to draw only 65W compared to 144W previously and never getting hotter than 70C while only losing 10% performance. Meanwhile the iGPU overclocks pretty well, and was easily stable with a 500Mhz boost. The RAM ran on EXPO settings without any issues. I had originally planned for a 7900XTX and specced an 850W PSU, but my current plan now is to go with a lower end 7800XT or 4070 which has made the 850W a little overkill. In addition to a GPU, cooling will be upgraded with three more case fans, although for the current heat load the two fans are more than enough. The hard drive cage was removed to increase airflow for the expected 7900XTX, so the build uses SSDs only. Even with the change in plans, I'm not going to put the cage back in because it would involve unplugging and replugging the PSU, which is a bit of a pain to do. The room tends to be pretty dusty, and I have added a secondary filter to the front intake along with the built in filter from the case. One downside with this build is that the mobo's PCIe slot is one down, so it utilizes the second slot. However, the case only has room for four slots total, and therefore it limits the GPU to sub triple slot widths only. Coupled with the relatively short spacing available for length (306mm with front fan, 313mm with slim fan, 331mm without), it makes finding a suitably fitting GPU somewhat difficult with how big they have gotten. The front panel cable is also just long enough, but it's under a bit of tension so another inch would have helped greatly.
    $762.99
    Yonghong W
  • Budget build thumbnail

    Budget build Budget build

    Wasn't planning on building a second pc but the deals were good and extra parts were just sitting unused. Built as secondary... Wasn't planning on building a second pc but the deals were good and extra parts were just sitting unused. Built as secondary computer for productivity and light gaming such as fortnite and cod.
    $766.89
    Ricky M
  • Pretty in Pink thumbnail

    Pretty in Pink Pretty in Pink

    Took advantage of several open box deals to put together this pink PC on a budget. Very capable 1440p build. Took advantage of several open box deals to put together this pink PC on a budget. Very capable 1440p build.
    $767.93
    Alejandro Alvarado
  • Budget build thumbnail

    Budget build Budget build

    This is an entry level rig for playing older games. This is an entry level rig for playing older games.
    $772.94
    cody p
  • Classy, Multipurpose Use Build thumbnail

    Classy, Multipurpose Use Build Classy, Multipurpose Use Build

    PURPOSE >> This computer was built for mainly general purpose use (i.e., emails, online meetings, presentations,... PURPOSE >> This computer was built for mainly general purpose use (i.e., emails, online meetings, presentations, Youtube, etc.) along with amateur graphic design + 3D modeling (i.e., Photoshop and eventually Blender with future plans to use with 3D printer) and light 1440p gaming (looking to get into Diablo 4 given Diablo2 nostalgia, NFS Unbound, maybe Starfield since it was included with CPU purchase, LoL, etc.) FORM & FUNCTION >> Foundational image of the build I had in mind was the mATX platform, making sure I wanted to avoid a full-tower and full-sized ATX motherboard (what was used in my last PC built back in 2007). I purchased the Antec NX200M case purely due to its design. From there, given the timely release of the most recent Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, I went with the energy-efficient yet still powerful Ryzen 7 7700 and associated ASRock B650M motherboard (which is mainly black with white accents). Given the relatively lower TDP, I went with a smaller dual-tower CPU cooler and purchased in white to accompany the motherboard accents and provide some contrast to the black internals of the case. From there, I made plans to eventually purchase a 7800XT GPU when released, and identified the ASRock Challenger as a perfect design fit for my system (to be purchased in the near future). An adequate PSU was purchased to accompany the 7800XT and overall power needs. RAM and storage were purchased with best affordable function in mind. After some consideration, I then built my own front cover to replace the Antec OEM plastic facade. Design mimics the Fractal North but utilizes my own desired wood stain/tone. TIMELINE//FUTURE PLANS >> Parts for this build were purchased over a period of 6-8 months, and this setup is still a work in progress, with future plans to purchase an AMD Radeon 7800XT and an extra 2TB NVME SSD. COMPREHENSIVE PARTS LIST >> --- Case: Antec NX200 M, Micro-ATX Tower --- Motherboard: ASRock B650M Pro RS WiFi --- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 7700 8C/16T --- CPU Cooler: Thermalright Silver Soul 110 --- Memory: Team T-Force Vulcan 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR5 5600, CL 32 --- Storage: Solidigm P44 Pro, 1TB PCIe gen4 NVMe (Future: Samsung 980 Pro 2TB gen4 NVMe) --- GPU: CPU's integrated graphics for now (Future: AMD Radeon 7800XT, likely ASRock Challenger model) --- PSU: CORSAIR RM850e Fully Modular --- Fans: Iceberg Thermal IceGALE aRGB 140mm PWM x2 (Front intake) + ID-COOLING NO-12015-XT-ARGB slim PWM x1 (Rear exhaust) + Thermalright TL-C12015 slim PWM x1 (Rear/top exhaust) --- Front cover: Custom-made using Poplar, design inspired by Fractal North
    $801.33
    John S
  • MY BEASR thumbnail

    MY BEASR MY BEASR

    I built this PC to play games and to do my office work. I love playing Grand Theft Auto. I built this PC to play games and to do my office work. I love playing Grand Theft Auto.
    $801.94
  • Black budget build with RGB thumbnail

    Black budget build with RGB Black budget build with RGB

    I had a old desktop with a GTX 1080 which is getting slower and slower. So I finally made up my mind to upgrade my desktop... I had a old desktop with a GTX 1080 which is getting slower and slower. So I finally made up my mind to upgrade my desktop after 5 years. Since the GTX 1080 is still in good condition and honestly can still run a lot of games smoothly, I've decided to just upgrade other components for now and wait for the 5080 (depends on my need)
    $824.96
    Gavin L
  • 12900k Bundle thumbnail

    12900k Bundle 12900k Bundle

    12900k bundle on a Budget 12900k bundle on a Budget
    $836.91
  • The Dream thumbnail

    The Dream The Dream

    I built my pc for gaming right now I am playing a lot of Valorant but I play a little Warzone, Halo Infinite, and Track... I built my pc for gaming right now I am playing a lot of Valorant but I play a little Warzone, Halo Infinite, and Track Mania. I am saving up to get a better graphics card but can't commit to anything because I don't know how close I can get before the graphics card uses too much power. I was thinking of a 3070 Ti or is that too much power feel free to comment your suggestions.
    $856.92
    Cooper C
  • Ryzen 9 thumbnail

    Ryzen 9 Ryzen 9

    Ryzen 9 using microncenter bundle Ryzen 9 using microncenter bundle
    $858.98
    Sunny C
  • covid friendly build thumbnail

    covid friendly build covid friendly build

    budget-friendly PC to play games during covid times. budget-friendly PC to play games during covid times.
    $871.94
    Atron21
  • THE PC thumbnail

    THE PC THE PC

    I like to play games on my computer with my friends. I like to play games on my computer with my friends.
    $874.92
    Yousuf A
  • Cool PC thumbnail

    Cool PC Cool PC

    Played on a gaming laptop until it broke, so I decided to build my own computer for school and game. Was originally going to... Played on a gaming laptop until it broke, so I decided to build my own computer for school and game. Was originally going to get a 5600X3D bundle to save money. I figured that I should just spend a bit more money for the 7700x to have AM5 instead of AM4 for future proofing.
    $889.94
    Maxwell N
  • ME thumbnail

    ME ME

    Have fun gaming and doing hood rat things with my friends Have fun gaming and doing hood rat things with my friends
    $894.96
    PJ Z
  • Heater thumbnail

    Heater Heater

    Found amazing deals on the parts in this build, so I had to sell off my old parts to build this. Mostly play competitive FPS... Found amazing deals on the parts in this build, so I had to sell off my old parts to build this. Mostly play competitive FPS games but occasionally games like cyberpunk/starfield/vr. Everything is undervolted + slight overclock at the same time.
    $914.99
    Billy
  • Ryzen 5600x, Radeon RX580 Dell Gaming PC thumbnail

    Ryzen 5600x, Radeon RX580 Dell Gaming PC Ryzen 5600x, Radeon RX580 Dell Gaming PC

    this was originally an office pc but i kept upgrading it for gaming. It does a decent job playing tower of fantasy and tree... this was originally an office pc but i kept upgrading it for gaming. It does a decent job playing tower of fantasy and tree of savior.
    $923.97
    Joe F

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