This is actually as close as I could get the build to my current setup. I decided to get myself a new build somewhat near the beginning of the 2020, to pass my older pc down to my sister. Ended up eventually just about completing it, but just failed to acquire a new gpu. Currently just using my 980ti while my sister uses a GTX 960, patience is key :P.
Here is my preferred build, I just chose the parts I would like in my build and hope to snatch up one of these days. I hope I win. I have the exact thing I would buy with the GC. LETS GO!! Cmon Microcenter choose me!!!!
You jog everyday to flex your muscle. You look up at the sky during your jog and flex to show dominance. The white cloud are beautiful. You go home and build this. You flex on life.
I chose these components because it is easy to upgrade and remove items this machine is a design/gaming rig I added a lot of storage but not too much money so there would be a lot of room for video ending and designing and for epic gaming with a 3070 and a ryzen 5 5600 these components both have a lot of power! https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx#selector_95
I really want to fully upgrade myself. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-amd.aspx?load=bb2c61fa-eae2-4973-b6ce-e824629fdea0
I chose to make the most balling build possible. I chose Asus for most of my components because frankly I like the uniformity and the asus bios is by far the best one I've used. I also really wanted the best motherboard and in my opinion the asus one I chose is that board. Nvidia 3090 is the easy choice for the sweet sweet raytracing over AMD, although AMD wins in the CPU departments so 5950x is the literal best consumer grade cpu. Storage is m.2 so that I don't need extra cables, and the 4000x is great for the rgb components in the build.
i call my pc "saturdays are for the boys" i made this pc to be able to do anything and defeat anyone in video games. there was no budget on this build so this monster is only for the lavish living. (or u could blow ur whole paycheck)! good luck to everyone! https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx#selector_95
This is just my build. I have a pny 1660 super though. This Lian Li case is awesome for first time builders. Great airflow too. This pc is under 1000 and can easily be upgraded down the road. I'm going to upgrade the gpu first if I can get a 3060ti or 3070 lol (I'll be waiting outside of micro center every morning until I get one lol).
Built one thats more of what i want
I just threw as many over the top items as I could in here, like a no limit gaming build.
This computer is better because it has a green case. The rest of the hardware is just to make sure the case isn't empty.
I am a huge fan of white builds and lian li, chose all this but would get rid of all rgb fans and get corsair af120 fans which i currently have that are just white and very sleek. If i went with a black build would use EKWB stuff like the aio basic and would get a be quiet silent base 802 window. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=cdb1e4e1-2fcb-4263-8643-a3efdf1dcf9d
https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=16c62cf3-0b0a-4651-b7de-b94e87c2de91. Low key but powerful. Went AMD gpu as its more tinkerable (MorePowerTool, open source drivers, etc.)
This is my dream build, and I am trying to build it right now. It has some midrange parts and a gpu that will never be in stock. The pc will have enough power to create games, and play games at 1080p at more than 50 fps. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-intel.aspx?load=bec1bb4f-e643-438c-9f4c-05994187e795
My dream PC, I don't really know what to say about the stuff I picked, but I can tell you that its PC that I will never get.https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=e55e84eb-00f8-46d4-963f-7237a66a6800
This is my go big build. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=d047834a-a30b-469a-b819-bbee47fa52e3
Here is my build just wanted to make a build better then the one i have cant seem to get the rtx 2080 ti on the page, but that would be all the gpu power i would need. I have a 1000 watt psu from corsair. I use my pc for substance painter and unity sometime blender. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=748537a5-002c-417b-aa55-a3e842370ace
I picked these parts for speed
Probably could've saved some more on the MoBo, but it works well. For the CPU I chose the 3200g, only because it has intergrated Radeon graphics, but probably isnt need with the 1650, but it could help if you needa lot of displays.
OH! Wait what? I'm just goofin', new pc goofin'
I basically just converted it into a pretty good standard $1k build, I probably messed something up haha but I like it. RGB is for showoffs and is irrelevant.
I chose this as if I were building for a friend (one I even had in mind) that was on a budget but with a mindset of selecting them something that would not need any future upgrade anytime soon. All the components chosen were mostly entry level items but would perform really well for any of the current gen games. So I wouldnt say my build is better just rather a more refined build with the new PC gamer in mind.
I chose this because it would look good, perform well in games and rendering, and I already know some of these parts work well. Of course, it's hard to get a GPU, but MicroCenter can help with that!
I made a sub $1000 build that can be used for light gaming with Intel's new integrated graphics until you can get a nice gpu at MSRP without tariffs. Its got great airflow, wifi so you can have it in any room, and is reasonably affordable for someone who wants to play AAA games in the future .https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=9bf34305-e23a-4dd9-a37e-c0b033f4d3df
The title says it all.
Worked to have a computer with good performance and a decent amount of on-board storage:
This is a zero-compromises, over-the-top build designed for a gamer (me) that works in filmmaking and animation. I also included a capture card for streaming. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=63539851-1103-4a7e-a87e-4b4c69979888
This particular build is based around a $500 budget and serves as a good starting setup for a mid range gaming pc. Though the parts selected aren't exactly top of the line they do a fine job as an entry level, budget gaming pc for those seeking decent performance on some newer titles while having a smaller budget.
went with intels 11400 do to its great cost for performance and allowing you to upgrade later along the line with the b560 motherboard. Memory is my go to ram for standard builds. I chose to not change the case since it is already good as is due to its front panel mesh resulting in excellent air flow. Storage is fine as is and I recommend straying away from hard drives all together. the 1650 is unfortunately what you would have to result to because of the current gpu market, but with the 650w power supply, you will be able to get yourself a nice 3070 and it's always smoother to just fork over the extra cash for a fully modular psu. CPU cooler is also my go to air cooler, great performance and easy installation. peripherals are items that I am familiar to or close to familiar with and I didn't have any problems with them.
I build the beast for gaming streaming and editing
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