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  • Jigglypuff 2.0 thumbnail

    Jigglypuff 2.0 Jigglypuff 2.0

    I initially planned to upgrade an old HP Compaq for gaming and to use graphic design software. I intend to play Overwatch,... I initially planned to upgrade an old HP Compaq for gaming and to use graphic design software. I intend to play Overwatch, Halo, Kingdom Hearts, Splitgate and more. For graphic art I'm mainly interested in digitizing embroidery files and want to make stickers and pins. After getting some help, I realized it would probably be better to build from scratch. I would have loved to keep my original case since I painted it pink and cut out a Jigglypuff silhouette but the CPU cooler and graphics card were too wide to fit. I do like the sleeker look of the new case but in hindsight I should have waited until I had the parts before customizing the case. I did go back to the store a week after building the PC to get more RAM more for cosmetic reasons than needing an extra 16gb. It took about 5 hours to build because I would rearrange how the things were and connecting the rgb cables was a bit confusing. Cable management wasn't too difficult but involved a lot of reworking how I initially connected everything. Next time I'll work on Cable management as I'm building. In general, I should have done more research before starting the build process because it would not turn on when I had finished. I realized one of the power cables was not fully plugged in after checking the cables for everything else first. In the end, it was a fun project and I inspired my boyfriend to want to build a gaming PC for himself.
    $2,003.91
    Caroline M
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    Silencioso Silencioso

    Just meant for gaming and general use. I wanted it to be extremely powerful yet as silent as possible. I have extremely good... Just meant for gaming and general use. I wanted it to be extremely powerful yet as silent as possible. I have extremely good hearing so constant humming sounds easily bother me. I thought about a more solid panel case but I didn't want to compromise cooling performance.
    $2,638.96
    Kevin M
  • Cherry Blossom Season #Bitwit thumbnail

    Cherry Blossom Season #Bitwit Cherry Blossom Season #Bitwit

    Built for everything! Working, Streaming, Editing, and Gaming! This is the first build I've ever had that wasn't a... Built for everything! Working, Streaming, Editing, and Gaming! This is the first build I've ever had that wasn't a hand-me-down from someone else. As a result, I was really able to build this towards my own aesthetic and I decided to go with a cherry blossom theme leaning into whites and pinks by adding little details such as the cherry blossom support bracket, custom fan cover and adding details to the case.
    $3,306.90
    Christine C
  • #Bitwit A work in process thumbnail

    #Bitwit A work in process #Bitwit A work in process

    I built this to replace a Lenovo Y520 gaming laptop. I wanted to get not only higher fps but have the ability to run higher... I built this to replace a Lenovo Y520 gaming laptop. I wanted to get not only higher fps but have the ability to run higher graphic setting in games like COD without hurting performance. With the high end parts I chose im able to run virtually any game on max setting and keep above 60fps while being able to stream twitch with a high quality output. The plan is to upgrade the EVGA 3070 FTW3 to an EVGA 3080ti FTW3 in the near future.
    $2,127.92
    Jason D
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    Vader Vader

    MSI, Lian Li, Trident Z and Samsung SSD/Nvme MSI, Lian Li, Trident Z and Samsung SSD/Nvme
    $1,626.73
    Brian K
  • Dreams of the Northern Lights #Bitwit! thumbnail

    Dreams of the Northern Lights #Bitwit! Dreams of the Northern Lights #Bitwit!

    My set up is doing all of the above really. It’s my work station for work and my relaxing gaming area. I play on Vr ((I have... My set up is doing all of the above really. It’s my work station for work and my relaxing gaming area. I play on Vr ((I have the valve index)really wanna to upgrade my gpu soon to something to match this beast of a rig), War Thunder, Star Citizen, COD, and more. I also video edit for time to time and also 3D model when I can for 3D printing and Vr Chat. I also do slight graphic design. My dream setup has only begun and I plan to do a lot more to it! What do I plan on adding or upgrading? Well for starters I plan on upgrading my gpu as I said above. I play a lot of games that are still in alpha or in beta stage of development because I like to so these games grow and progress into something amazing and cool. For the rest of hard ware it mostly complete the rest is either more memory or just small touch ups on lighting or wiring. I have a unfinished basement and plan on build a room for just gaming. In one corner I plan on putting a nice big green screen for VR and plan on putting my flight and racing simulator done there as well. I have extra parts for gaming rig and plan on putting on together so friends and family can play on good graphics if they wanna play pc games with me. I plan on getting a nice flight sim chair for Star Citizen, DCS, and War Thunder. I plan on getting the Thrustmaster Warthog with an extra stick for Star Citizen. What’s in my setup now? For the tower: ROG Helios case ROG Maximus XII Hero MB 128gb 4000 of ddr4 gskill ram i9 Core processor 10th gen 6tb of memory (plan on adding another 2tb and that’s it) ROG Thor 1200w psu ROG LC 360 Radiator 3x Corsair QL fans Corsair Commander Pro ROG Strix RTX 2070 ( want to upgrade to a ROG Strix 3080ti or the 3090 ) Phantech RGB strips My Peripherals: ROG ASUS Spatha mouse Razor Black Widow Elite Razor Tartarus v2 GOXLR Shure SM7B Steelseries Arctis Pro ROG Strix 49” 144hz monitor (plan on getting another 49”) LG 27” 144hz monitor RODE boom arm Valve Index (with 4 Base stations and full body tracking) 5$ leather office chair If you have tips for my dream set up or like my set up please let let me know! :D
    $2,419.93
    Dillon A
  • #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables thumbnail

    #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables

    I've always wanted to build a PC, especially a watercooled one, so I went all out for my first build! I mainly built it for... I've always wanted to build a PC, especially a watercooled one, so I went all out for my first build! I mainly built it for gaming and VR, but I also want to get into streaming or recording a bit. Currently, my main 5 games are GTA V, Dead By Daylight, Fall Guys, Beat Saber, and Phasmophobia (it's even better in VR).There won't be a need to upgrade most of my parts for at least 5 years, but it is expected to last me 10 years with proper maintenance and partial upgrades around 5 years. I'm sorry Bitwit, I still haven't replaced the PCIe/Motherboard cables with custom ones!! Total cost of everything ended up being close to $6000
    $4,610.90
    Dave T
  • Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get it?)! #BitWit thumbnail

    Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get... Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get it?)! #BitWit

    I use this machine to relax after work, I am a chemical engineer working in aerospace research and it gets very stressful to... I use this machine to relax after work, I am a chemical engineer working in aerospace research and it gets very stressful to say the least! I tried making it as high end as possible: Intel i9 11900K Z590 Vision D RTX 3070 FE (3090 Vision coming in a week!) SN850 1Tb 2 Intel 760p 1Tb Corsair QL Fans Corsair RMX850 Corsair 680X Case Corsair H150i, should've done a H115i to top mount though! I stream on twitch.tv/Ozone510, always on with friends just roasting each other while playing VALORANT or spooky games! I helped each and everyone of my friends build their computers and I scored them each a 3000 series GPU through a lot of hard work and luck, constantly checking all sites, all the time! It's possible everyone. I so far have helped 11 people this year score a GPU at MSRP, or as close as I can get to it! Good luck everyone and have fun!
    $3,939.93
    Omar D
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    plain pc plain pc

    entertainment entertainment
    $1,624.93
    kozak776
  • Doesn't Have a Name thumbnail

    Doesn't Have a Name Doesn't Have a Name

    Haven't built a system since 2008 or so. Wanted to see what I could come up with. Graphics Card is a RTX 3060 Ti Founders... Haven't built a system since 2008 or so. Wanted to see what I could come up with. Graphics Card is a RTX 3060 Ti Founders Edition and sound is from a SoundblasterX AE-5. Scores 11723 on Time Spy @ 1080p so yea, I'm happy with it.
    $1,609.89
    Jack B
  • Toaster Go Vroom #RazerQuartz thumbnail

    Toaster Go Vroom #RazerQuartz Toaster Go Vroom #RazerQuartz

    The aesthetic™ gaming and streaming station. The power to drive a high refresh 1440p monitor in competitive FPS games like... The aesthetic™ gaming and streaming station. The power to drive a high refresh 1440p monitor in competitive FPS games like Apex Legends, or a more cinematic experience in Cyberpunk or AC Valhalla while maintaining a sleek appearance that goes with the room. Doesn’t dominate the small bedroom unlike an ATX setup while maintaining performance with (surprisingly) impressive thermals for itx.
    $1,732.95
    May J
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    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
  • Kamen Rider / Gundam / Pikachu Build thumbnail

    Kamen Rider / Gundam / Pikachu Build Kamen Rider / Gundam / Pikachu Build

    More part info posted here: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/xvx6MpWhen I was a poor kid in Vietnam, I dreamed of a day I could... More part info posted here: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/xvx6Mp When I was a poor kid in Vietnam, I dreamed of a day I could build an awesome PC by myself. Then, I immigrated to the US. My cousin got me an i7-4790k build. It was nice and I upgraded some parts over the years. After 5 years, I got my B.S Degree in Computer Engineering and found a good job. Thanks to that, I can finally pursue my dream once again and here it is. My very first high-end PC build. In the beginning, I planned my build on Paint.Net software as you can see in one of the pictures here :D. Here is the Youtube video with bad editing skill for my build process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5b77n8GRBo I did an aRGB mod for the plate above the PSU with WS2812 LED strip cause that area is kinda dark. The whole RGB system is controlled by Asus Armory Crate. The Kraken Z63 is controlled by NZXT Cam. RGB music videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ic8SD6hW0PU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EHs8oggTGg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=va9n6A7qD7E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IqpqT3__14 As you can see I'm a fan of Kamen Rider, Gundam, Pikachu, and Doge :D Note: Ram is DDR4-3200 CL16 instead of CL15 as in the part list. I carried over the PSU, GPU, and some SSD/HDD from my old build. I'm gonna add more mods over time since I have a 3D printer and I'm thinking of designing a top and a side fan addon for the case.
    $2,310.93
    Toyu Shinki
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    Velocity Velocity

    I'm a huge Techie and Gamer! This is my 3rd build since I started PC Gaming, I've built everyone! Shout-out to Microcenter... I'm a huge Techie and Gamer! This is my 3rd build since I started PC Gaming, I've built everyone! Shout-out to Microcenter for always having what I need! I play everything from CoD, to League of Legends, to Minecraft. this beautiful machine handles it all! I was hoping to upgrade my GPUs that I took from my last build, but things are a bit crazy in that regards right now! Though my current setup still gets the job done extremely nicely! So far I've overclocked the CPU to 5.0GHz, the highest I was able to get it was 5.4, but I feel safer at 5.0 with a lower voltage, for daily use. I love that my PC is able to handle anything I throw at it and the temperatures are beautiful too. CPU and GPUs are liquid cooled and it sure makes a difference! **For some reason whenever I upload a photo it keeps flipping them T_T
    $10,737.90
    Tezract
  • Phanteks Evolv X thumbnail

    Phanteks Evolv X Phanteks Evolv X

    Top of the line RTX 3090 Gaming in triple 4K. Top of the line RTX 3090 Gaming in triple 4K.
    $5,943.96
    Dennis C
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    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
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    Budget Intel Office Build Budget Intel Office Build

    A nice and solid office machine that will have serious staying power and hold up for years. A productivity monster that will... A nice and solid office machine that will have serious staying power and hold up for years. A productivity monster that will outmatch anything else in the office in reliability. This build in particular can handle intensive amounts of production work, with a powerful chip backed by tons of RAM. It'll be fantastic for CAD and spreadsheet work, capable of outputting to multiple monitors and displays. With a simple GPU upgrade later on, this build can always pivot towards becoming a hardcore gaming rig, and thus this build also has potential for the future. Build by https://www.instagram.com/lofitech/
    $1,049.93
    MC-MadisonHeights