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After being interested in computers for about the last 20 years of my life...I finally built my own from the ground up. I used to just buy pre-built machines from Best Buy (and Circuit City when I worked there before they went under) but due to having a ton of time on my hands and the need to save some money I built my own. I had wanted to do it for the longest time anyway and am glad I did, as not only did I have 100% control over my part selection but I have the sense of pride and accomplishment knowing I did it all myself. It's truly *my* computer and not something built in a factory. I also saved some money as a comparable machine from a system builder would have been significantly more expensive. Anyway, here's my build and its specs. And yes, I'm also a huge Star Trek fan in case it wasn't obvious. :) Let's see what everyone is running.






Specs:
AMD Ryzen 5 3600
be quiet! Dark Rock Slim CPU cooler
Asus Prime X570-P Motherboard
G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB 3600MHz RAM
EVGA Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060 KO Ultra
Samsung 860 Evo 1TB SSD (Boot Drive)
PNY CS1311 960GB SSD (Storage)
EVGA 650W B5 PSU
be quiet! Pure Base 500DX Case
Noice.
but have you thought about upgrading?
 
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