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  • Davude Build v2 thumbnail

    Davude Build v2 Davude Build v2

    I built this PC to serve as my general day-to-day computer for college, software development, and gaming. Currently, I have... I built this PC to serve as my general day-to-day computer for college, software development, and gaming. Currently, I have been playing a lot of Valorant and Apex Legends which run amazingly due to my RTX 3070!
    $1,279.92
    David Sullo
  • ZazaPc thumbnail

    ZazaPc ZazaPc

    Built it for little brother. But got into pc so got him a different one.lol Built it for little brother. But got into pc so got him a different one.lol
    $1,103.94
    John M
  • Cheap build for Windows 11 thumbnail

    Cheap build for Windows 11 Cheap build for Windows 11

    This is primarily a working computer (for personal business) however also for some gaming on the side. I used the same case... This is primarily a working computer (for personal business) however also for some gaming on the side. I used the same case I had before from a previous build 8 years ago, as well as the same old PSU (400W) and for the GPU, I used a GTX 1050 that I purchased about 5 years ago. So all in all, it was about $430 (with tax) for a computer that now is much faster and more stable, especially for the things I use it for now. (I have a better laptop for gaming). Without the RAM or with cheaper RAM it'd be even less of course. Note, if you buy the same processor, a separate GPU will be required as this CPU doesn't have it's own graphics. Note, the motherboard is indeed Windows 11 compatible but you need to turn on the TPM in the BIOS (it's off by default). It's pretty easy to do though. Asus shows you how on the support website. You'll note from the picture(s) that I also have an old wifi adapter in there. Also from the previous 8 year old build (but for faster DL speeds probably want a newer one of those). The mobo comes with a nice suite of software but you don't have to install it of course. There's one called AI Suite 3 that gives some fan/cpu info, as well as other things, also installs a quick interface on the desktop (that can be exited out of if desired) to quickly control fan speed. Also there's an "Armory Crate" from ASUS that does pretty much the same thing(s) so I'm not sure why have both. (?). The screenshot is from the Armory Crate where you can fine tune to your heart's desire. Also update drivers etc as desired (I just let Windows do most of that I'm not into overclocking and such especially for a build like this). Anyway, still kind of neat to check on occasion to make sure fans running well etc. My goal was to build a cheap computer that would perform well enough for the next 2-5 years. I think I've achieved this goal.
    $404.96
    TimC266
  • creative design build thumbnail

    creative design build creative design build

    I built this machine to help me with my creative apparel design and illustrations. This is part of my fashion business I built this machine to help me with my creative apparel design and illustrations. This is part of my fashion business
    $1,087.91
    THEOPHANY CLOTHING
  • Gpu lackin thumbnail

    Gpu lackin Gpu lackin

    I built this pc on a $500 budget. it's original intention was gaming which I still do I play rainbow 6, forza horizon 4,... I built this pc on a $500 budget. it's original intention was gaming which I still do I play rainbow 6, forza horizon 4, forza motorsport 7, assetto Corsa, valorant, and gta. I also use this pc for online school now. It has a intel i5 9400f, a rx580, and 16gb of ram on a 750 watt psu for that gpu upgrade 😉. To be clear everything was used that's how I got it in the $500
    $1,055.42
    Henri P
  • My HP Prebuilt Rebuild thumbnail

    My HP Prebuilt Rebuild My HP Prebuilt Rebuild

    Short Desc- HP prebuilt redone into a full build.Complete Desc- (Purpose, Mistakes, Progress and Results)This build is based... Short Desc- HP prebuilt redone into a full build. Complete Desc- (Purpose, Mistakes, Progress and Results) This build is based on a hp pavilion 590 office pc i got back in 2018 for cheap. As my first system, I preferred a prebuilt pc instead of a DIY because I did not had enough knowledge about pc building or in tech at the time. My goal with this pc was to upgrade it down the line for it to play games like racing sims, go casually in shooters and do some other slower paced games. I also planned to do some light productivity, aswell for work. But since I had a tight budget, I did my best with what i had which was just enough for a good used starter gpu and a few needed add-ons and adapters to make this all work as I later found out the prebuilt not being compatible with the parts in many ways. The results of doing all of this were questionable but surprisingly the pc worked and it did what I mostly wanted to do with the only major issue being how loose and flimsy everything was. Months later, I only did an upgrade to the storage with an Optane module to speed up the slow hdd storage. However, I wanted to make a big improvement on my setup as to be honest, this whole thing was a mess. So I started to learn more about diy and technical stuff of pcs that I did not explored before to come up with a more ideal build. When I got another good amount of budget earned, I did my most significant change and upgrade after a year later (on 2020) where I revamped everything from scratch to how it is shown in pictures. The previous motherboard, case and other unnecessary things were removed but the reusable items such as the processor, ram, hdd, optane, psu (bought as add-on initially) and gpu were kept. Rebuilding the pc with the proper resources and tools could not been easier, miles better than adjusting and making stuff work on my previous prebuilt setup. Although it still has some mis-perfections, I consider this an accomplishment and all the stuff I intended to do with my pc originally just work better overall now. I guess I should have chosen to do and learn diy in the first place lol. I put a picture of the original “build” to show where I started with this.
    $1,110.99
    carlos v
  • Stock market machine thumbnail

    Stock market machine Stock market machine

    Built for stock market research on 3 screens Built for stock market research on 3 screens
    $629.93
    Aggieland Pc
  • 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