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  • The Shack thumbnail

    The Shack The Shack

    This was my first self-built pc, a serious upgrade from my old laptop with a GTX 1050. I built this to play keyboard and... This was my first self-built pc, a serious upgrade from my old laptop with a GTX 1050. I built this to play keyboard and mouse games like DOOM, Minecraft and many others. I also use this rig for VR games like BONEWORKS and Pavlov VR, and for music production with FL Studio 20.
    $1,498.91
    Lucas M
  • Budget Build thumbnail

    Budget Build Budget Build

    Built this computer for general use and just needed a cheap computer that was nice Built this computer for general use and just needed a cheap computer that was nice
    $1,316.92
    Eric N
  • Thousand Sunny thumbnail

    Thousand Sunny Thousand Sunny

    Gaming Monster Gaming Monster
    $4,554.89
    James N
  • 4K Gaming Build thumbnail

    4K Gaming Build 4K Gaming Build

    Gaming Rig to play 4K games on TV Gaming Rig to play 4K games on TV
    $3,159.93
    Michael l
  • My first build thumbnail

    My first build My first build

    Its for gaming but I built it becasue I wanted to make something that can last and that I can replace parts for if need be Its for gaming but I built it becasue I wanted to make something that can last and that I can replace parts for if need be
    $598.94
    Ishmael L
  • The Beastliest of Beasts thumbnail

    The Beastliest of Beasts The Beastliest of Beasts

    I built it to have it be an ultimate rig with also great compatibility for coding and learning new coding languages. I play... I built it to have it be an ultimate rig with also great compatibility for coding and learning new coding languages. I play games like Red Dead 2, Dead By Daylight, GTA 5, Halo Infinite and this build really showcases the true extent to how awesome these games can run and are in general. In the future I'm probably going to upgrade at the very least my case and cpu cooler and also probably upgrade to a DD5 cpu/mobo combo but other than that my build will probably be the same for a while since it's so beefy and powerful!
    $1,835.92
    Aidan A
  • First build (still waiting on GPU) thumbnail

    First build (still waiting on GPU) First build (still waiting on GPU)

    I originally was just researching for a new laptop or PC, as my current one wasn’t up to the standards of Microsoft teams,... I originally was just researching for a new laptop or PC, as my current one wasn’t up to the standards of Microsoft teams, for online schooling; when my friend told me about custom builds. I then set out to build a gaming rig and work rig. The games I play are mainly Valorant, battlefield (1, 3 and 5) and minecraft.
    $949.94
    Vedant N
  • My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of the parts from Micro center) thumbnail

    My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of... My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of the parts from Micro center)

    Really good gaming and streaming pc, was really fun to make, I couldn't upload all the picturesGets 70+ fps on AAA gamesi7... Really good gaming and streaming pc, was really fun to make, I couldn't upload all the pictures Gets 70+ fps on AAA games i7 9700k - Processor Gtx 1660 Super - graphics card Asus prime z390 - motherboard WD_ black sn750 500gb 3400/mbs - Storage Corsair 16gb 3600mhz - ram Corsair 220t (3 rgb fans) -PC case Hypermaster 212 rgb - CPU cooler Powerspec 650w 80+bronze - Power supply
    $933.93
    jason m
  • My first build thumbnail

    My first build My first build

    I wanted a computer that's had more power than my laptop. So I saved up and built this. I do everything on this now,... I wanted a computer that's had more power than my laptop. So I saved up and built this. I do everything on this now, everywhere from watching lectures to working on large CAD files and playing games. I've been playing games that I can play with my friends, like Valorant, Phasmophobia, GTA, Rainbow 6 Siege and such. For these games, the 1660 Super can handle 1440 pretty well, so for my first build, I'm very satisfied. In hindsight, I think getting a 20 series card would've been nice, especially for 1440p gaming, but a lot of the budget went to the monitor (which I like very much and I can't even look at the laptop display now) and getting a worse monitor for a better graphics card wouldn't make much sense. Also, getting a semi-modular/modular PSU would've been a good idea. I think I cable-managed pretty well, but it wasn't exactly the easiest. The single RGB fan came with the case, and that is the only RGB part outside the little strip that comes on the Aorus mobo. I put it on the back as it's the only place I can see the lights from
    $1,441.99
    Suhyeon P
  • La Poderosa ( The Powerful ) thumbnail

    La Poderosa ( The Powerful ) La Poderosa ( The Powerful )

    Hello i built this pc from gaming to watching movies to a workstation for college. Did my research on some builds, was... Hello i built this pc from gaming to watching movies to a workstation for college. Did my research on some builds, was looking to spend a little over 1k. For the processor I slapped in a i5 9600k, paired it up with a RTX 2060 from MSI. For ram i went with the 8x2 3000 mhz Gskill Trident x RGB, and for my storage i recently upgraded from a ssd to a Crucial nvme m.2 1tb for alittle over 100 which was a STEAL ! For the motherboard i went with a simple Gygabyte z390 UD and for my case I went with a Corsair iCUE 220T, and a simple Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB. By just reading the specs, its a pretty good gaming rig for playing games like COD, Fortnite, Valorant, Beam-Ng, Minecraft you name it. Peripherals wise, I haven't done much upgrading since they are still holding up. For my mouse I have a Razer Death adder Chroma which is a couple of years old, for my keyboard im rocking a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2016 edition NON-rgb which sucks. For my mouse pad I also rock a Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma gaming mousepad which I purchased not that long ago. Cant forget the speakers, i rock the Klipsch Promedia 2.1's. They are hella crispy, i have them mounted on my desk in a way that they look like they are floating ! I'm still rocking a Blue Snowball which i have not let go ever since i started youtube videos ( 10k subs :) ). My monitor which I just got a few days ago, I dont regret buying it all. Its an MSI Optix g32 Series. I picked it up because of the price, size as well as refresh rate ! I was rocking a 27 incher which I sold to upgrade and I dont regret selling it at all ( Well kinda since it was my first gaming monitor). I dont think anyone cares about this part ,but I also purchased a steering wheel ( Ferrari Racing WHeel Red Legend Edition )with pedals for a more realistic driving experience when i hop on Beam-NG Drive. If you haven't tried it out, you are missing OUT ! This concludes my whole setup, everything i've on my list i have purchased by self with my earnings and I dont regret spending it ! Thank you for reading my post :)
    $1,923.85
    americankill200
  • Genie RGB thumbnail

    Genie RGB Genie RGB

    Okay, so this is my build for gaming/streaming on a budget over time. I call it Genie, because that's what the RGB is based... Okay, so this is my build for gaming/streaming on a budget over time. I call it Genie, because that's what the RGB is based off of, hex code pulled directly from samples of Alladin's Genie. The one thing I actually want more of on my board is fan headers, I'd like at least 5, but I'm not sure it's a thing. Also, I hope to eventually grab a case and board with USB-C front panel options. I think that if I had thought I would have saved less on RAM and gone with 3200 over 2666 OCed to 2866. But, I'm still figuring out the platform. The 2060 Super still leaves a bit to be desired when streaming, and becomes overtaken by RTX Voice, but the 3600 (non x, upgraded from 2600) leaves a large delta for upgrade on the GPU side. I run no OC on the CPU to take advantage of the 4.7ghz single-core PBO. My 2060 Super is OCed via MSI Afterburner on the automatic curve. The entire system is air cooled, and rarely pops over 80C even under max load.
    $1,236.92
    kagesong