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  • My PC thumbnail

    My PC My PC

    Gaming pc Gaming pc
    $2,029.95
    mohsin k
  • Marshmallow thumbnail

    Marshmallow Marshmallow

    My build here was created primarily for gaming that all the family can enjoy! I have used it to play God of War and Hitman... My build here was created primarily for gaming that all the family can enjoy! I have used it to play God of War and Hitman recently. My children like to use it for Valorant and Overwatch. I plan on upgrading the CPU and Motherboard once the next chipset and socket come out.
    $2,004.93
    Sarah F
  • Alex's Build thumbnail

    Alex's Build Alex's Build

    Through different variations, this build began in December 2018 and continued through various upgrades in all parts besides... Through different variations, this build began in December 2018 and continued through various upgrades in all parts besides the PSU. The parts are all mostly MSI and Corsair based. With the new and upgraded parts, the build is used mainly for gaming and flight simulation. It also provides a highly enjoyable speed even for just general home use.
    $1,971.91
    Alex B
  • Just another build thumbnail

    Just another build Just another build

    Gaming @ 1440p for Halo and 2042 Gaming @ 1440p for Halo and 2042
    $2,139.94
    Alejandro D
  • Monster Build thumbnail

    Monster Build Monster Build

    Built this for gaming and school. Built this for gaming and school.
    $2,936.95
    Jason N
  • Purple / White thumbnail

    Purple / White Purple / White

    For gaming For gaming
    $2,394.90
    Sarah S
  • Silence V2 thumbnail

    Silence V2 Silence V2

    Upgraded my Silence build.Added more memory, a wifi/bt card, a second CPU fan and an EVGA 3080 FTW3 ULTRA. Upgraded my Silence build. Added more memory, a wifi/bt card, a second CPU fan and an EVGA 3080 FTW3 ULTRA.
    $1,769.95
    Kevin T
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    Willard Willard

    Mainly a gaming rig, secondarily used as programming workstation. I like playing just about any game genre and am always... Mainly a gaming rig, secondarily used as programming workstation. I like playing just about any game genre and am always looking for something unique.
    $2,404.91
    Isaac B
  • NZXT Pro Gaming Rig thumbnail

    NZXT Pro Gaming Rig NZXT Pro Gaming Rig

    Combination of professional and gaming use for our office Combination of professional and gaming use for our office
    $2,649.90
    Chris V
  • Milano thumbnail

    Milano Milano

    I built Milano to be the successor to the first PC I ever built back in 2016. As a new builder 6 years ago, I built my old... I built Milano to be the successor to the first PC I ever built back in 2016. As a new builder 6 years ago, I built my old PC with parts that were already two years old in order to save on cash. At the time it was a great deal and overall the PC has served me well over the years, but the 4th gen Intel i7 and especially the DDR3 RAM were starting to show their age. I have since done smaller builds here and there over the years, gained experience and skill, and with the release of the 30 series Nvidia GPUs, I decided to build the PC I always wanted to build - an absolute powerhouse, in a more compact case that I can keep on my desk, and of course RGB everything. I waited in the EVGA queue for just over a year for the privilege of buying a new GPU. I signed up 11/6/20, and got my notification on 11/11/21. With my brand new EVGA RTX 3080 10GB FTW3 Ultra on the way, it was time to order everything else. I bought the CPU and the motherboard at Micro Center, as they happened to be the only retailer with the 5900X in stock at the time, and I also wanted to take advantage of the CPU and motherboard bundle discount. This worked out well as the 5900X went on sale a month later, and Micro Center happily refunded me the $50 difference! This was a tricker build to build as the case was smaller than my previous case, and I wanted to top mount my AIO liquid CPU cooler. GPUs are also much bigger than my old GTX 970 (this 3080 is an absolute unit), and this would mark my first AMD build to boot. I ran into a RAM clearance issue - the radiator fit with the more reward fan installed, but not with the more frontwards fan. The fan shroud made just enough contact with the RAM that I could not seat the radiator + fan assembly in the top. I decided to get creative and took a dremel to my fan shroud. Being careful not to remove too much material, after 30 min of whittling away and habitually checking my clearances, I finally made it fit! With it installed, you would never be able to tell that I removed material from the fan shroud. The RGB looks awesome, and most importantly, my temps are great! I used my old PC as a bit of an all purpose PC, and Milano will follow in those footsteps. As a video guy, I'll be putting this rig through its paces with Premiere Pro. This thing will absolutely crush 4K video editing. If I can get my hands on some 8K footage, I would love to be able to see what it can handle. For work-from-home, of course I have no concerns running multiple browser tabs, Slack, Outlook, and Zoom - so I'll have time to enjoy the pretty colors while I pretend to pay attention in my Zoom meetings. This leads to gaming! Which is obviously the most important part here. My goal was to build a PC capable of at least 120fps at 1440p with all, or at least most, settings set to ultra - to complicate things a little, I play on a 34" ultrawide monitor, which will demand just that much more from my PC due to those additional pixels. I figured with the hardware I was targeting that I'd likely be able to get more than just 120fps, depending on the game and what aspect ratio I choose to play it in. Overkill was part of my goal, and one of the reasons I went with the 12 core, Ryzen 9 5900X over a Ryzen 7, or a comparable Intel CPU. I'm happy to say that I destroyed my goal with this machine. I typically get around 140fps in The Witcher 3, even in heavily demanding areas like running around in Novigrad, at all Ultra settings (including Nvidia Hairworks). I'm able to get 120fps consistently in Forza 5 with all settings, including ray tracing, set to ultra (the caveat being ray tracing is only active when viewing your car in the garage, but it's still a very visually impressive game even with this "limitation"). I'm able to run Back 4 Blood at a stable 120fps at all ultra settings as well. Cyberpunk 2077 is a different story - I don't need to explain why, as I think we all know at this point. However, I was blown away - with DLSS set to Balanced, a mix of medium to high settings (some things disabled/low, like fog, etc), and ray tracing off, I was able to achieve just above 100fps driving around Night City! Frame rates vary with this game, with frames dropping to around high 80s/low 90s when fighting - more fine tuning is needed still to really dial in the best graphics settings I think, but I was incredibly satisfied with these results. Finally, I play Warzone a lot ever since the pandemic started last year, as a way to still hangout with friends while being remote. This is the only game I change the aspect ratio to 16:9, because running 21:9 ultrawide is just a little too much eye movement for me. With most settings turned to low or off, besides textures set to high (this game is really not well optimized), and DLSS on, I'm able to get a consistent 120fps with good draw distances, 120 FOV, at 1440. With Far Cry 6, I had to lower a few settings here and there - for some reason, and I haven't figured it out yet, but even with DLSS on I was getting wildly inconsistent frame rates. Especially during the intro scene you play, it was varying between 100, then drop to 60 in the next second, and it kept doing this. I have since been able to get a mostly stable 120fps, but at times it'll still vary. It also doesn't always obey the frame rate limit I've set in settings, often it'll go over into the 130s, which I find to be odd - but I'm chalking it up to the game being maybe not so well optimized. What's super cool though is Far Cry 6 has iCUE integration so my keyboard and all my fans/RAM/mobo change color with the scenery of the game. This feature is awesome and I hope more games start doing this in the future! By the way, if you're looking to play a new game that's well optimized, runs well, looks amazing, and is a ton of fun, definitely check out Forza Horizon 5 if you're into racing games. Having never played a Forza game before I really didn't know what to expect. It turns out this game is a ton of fun, and the car models look amazing! It's also one of the most well optimized game I've played in a while - besides for one annoying complication with my EVGA X1 software that controls my custom fan curves for my 3080, for whatever reason the game will crash on boot if X1 is open in the background, so I have to set a static fan speed and then close X1 before booting. But besides that, the game runs incredibly well, it efficiently uses my GPU to its full potential, and hasn't given me any problems with performance (no crashes mid-game!). The built-in benchmarking test showed consistent frame rates with no issues, I am super happy with how this game performs. And if you like RPGs, I will forever recommend The Witcher 3, which is still just as visually stunning as it was the day I first played it back in 2016. This game also runs incredibly well, and has such an immersive world, it's well worth the price of admission for access to the incredible stories this game offers. Overall I'm so incredibly happy with how this build turned out. I took what I learned from my first PC build, and subsequent builds over the years, and built what is essentially my dream PC. With the specs of this rig, I'm hoping to get at least 7 happy years out of this build without it feeling outdated. I've destroyed all my short term goals (120fps at 1440p with ultra settings, 4K editng, etc), I have confidence that I'll obtain this long term goal as well.
    $2,869.24
    osirhc
  • My Build thumbnail

    My Build My Build

    Twitch streaming, Warzone, Flight Simulator Twitch streaming, Warzone, Flight Simulator
    $1,697.93
    RyanD22
  • NR200P Build thumbnail

    NR200P Build NR200P Build

    Use it for gaming and Discord, haha. I play FFXIV and World of Warcraft. Use it for gaming and Discord, haha. I play FFXIV and World of Warcraft.
    $2,548.93
    superbread
  • 5600X ATX Build thumbnail

    5600X ATX Build 5600X ATX Build

    Upgraded from an Intel i7 2600K this year. Built for the purposes of gaming and general use. Upgraded from an Intel i7 2600K this year. Built for the purposes of gaming and general use.
    $1,916.94
  • White knight thumbnail

    White knight White knight

    All white build with open case, using not the latest parts I already have and a new 3080 white Strix from microcenter All white build with open case, using not the latest parts I already have and a new 3080 white Strix from microcenter
    $2,225.93
    Superapist
  • Phanteks P600S COVID-19 Computer thumbnail

    Phanteks P600S COVID-19 Computer Phanteks P600S COVID-19 Computer

    This pc like most pc at the time was built out of necessity. With the pandemic allowing me to work from home, I had to build... This pc like most pc at the time was built out of necessity. With the pandemic allowing me to work from home, I had to build to PC to work as well as the game in my free time. The parts in this PC were extremely hard to find for a reasonable price, but in the end, I was able to pay retail for everything here. I tried to do a no-compromise build as I wanted this PC to last me a very long time. In addition to this, I kept reliability and products warranties in mind as well because coming from MacOS, I wanted my PC to be as seamless and reliable as possible.
    $2,804.94
    Andrew P
  • Chi-Man Cheng thumbnail

    Chi-Man Cheng Chi-Man Cheng

    I build this gaming desktop for Warcraft Hon gaming. Asus Rog Gundam gaming Setup I love it and purchased it in Microcenter I build this gaming desktop for Warcraft Hon gaming. Asus Rog Gundam gaming Setup I love it and purchased it in Microcenter
    $3,039.92
    Chi-Man C
  • Gift Build thumbnail

    Gift Build Gift Build

    Build for wife since she never have a window PC before. In the past she has played Sim games on Mac and on her Phone, but... Build for wife since she never have a window PC before. In the past she has played Sim games on Mac and on her Phone, but system were very weak so it could not handle much
    $2,073.92
    Dat L
  • MJP7.NATASHA Mk.II Phs.B thumbnail

    MJP7.NATASHA Mk.II Phs.B MJP7.NATASHA Mk.II Phs.B

    This is an everyday gaming/computing rig. It's made to handle flight simulators such as MSFS2020 and DCS World, although I... This is an everyday gaming/computing rig. It's made to handle flight simulators such as MSFS2020 and DCS World, although I also play other CPU heavy games such as Factorio. I also use it for 3D modelling using Fusion360 and Solidworks.
    $2,280.78
    anggavn
  • Gaming PC thumbnail

    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    I built it as my first desktop pc. I wanted good performance while still maintaining a reasonable price so I opted for the... I built it as my first desktop pc. I wanted good performance while still maintaining a reasonable price so I opted for the 3080 instead of the 3090. I tried to make sure as many parts as possible were corsair parts so it was easier to sync the rgb and other functions. The game I play most on this PC is Overwatch, which is a bit overkill. I also played newer AAA games that actually utilized the parts in this build like Cyberpunk or RDR2.
    $2,329.98
    Jason L
  • Gooner's Build thumbnail

    Gooner's Build Gooner's Build

    I built my PC because all of my cousins were building PC's. I felt left out so I switched from console. Best decision I have... I built my PC because all of my cousins were building PC's. I felt left out so I switched from console. Best decision I have ever made.
    $1,926.96
    Omar H
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    RX-0 RX-0

    This build is used for casual gaming (Yakuza series) and CAD/rendering mechanical keyboards in Fusion 360. Down the line I... This build is used for casual gaming (Yakuza series) and CAD/rendering mechanical keyboards in Fusion 360. Down the line I may upgrade to a NVMe SSD boot drive or customize the front panel. It's called RX-0 after Unicorn Gundam since the parts were hard-to-find "unicorns" at the time.
    $2,080.73
    Andrew G
  • Main Intel Build thumbnail

    Main Intel Build Main Intel Build

    This is my main computer, used for playing games (MTG:A, Nier, ONI), doing coding (git, Visual Studio), and often a lot of... This is my main computer, used for playing games (MTG:A, Nier, ONI), doing coding (git, Visual Studio), and often a lot of creative projects (Adobe/Affinity Suite, Blender, Unity). The primary objectives of this build are efficacy (it should run everything I want) and durability (it should run everything I want for the next decade). I did not upgrade my initial rig since 2014, so this build did not use any previous parts.
    $2,229.91
    zehro
  • Bleach OP thumbnail

    Bleach OP Bleach OP

    Built it for gaming and streaming Built it for gaming and streaming
    $2,746.91
    Dom K
  • Mule thumbnail

    Mule Mule

    Mining rig. Mining rig.
    $1,849.98
    Steven W