Show Us Your PC Build!

Willy Gates

TL;DR: We enjoy seeing PCs that our readers build. If Logical Increments helped you build your computer in any way, we want to share your build story on our blog. Email us at contact@logicalincrements.com with your name and some photos of your build, and we’ll be in touch.

Here at Logical Increments, we always receive a jolt of pride and joy when a reader tells us that our website helped them build their computer. It’s even better when they send us pictures of the completed build or the build process as a whole.

We were recently reminded of this when one reader, Jim, emailed us with the story of his successful first PC build. After a lifetime of buying computers for his design work, Jim discovered Logical Increments and picked out parts for his dream workstation PC.

If our website has somehow helped with your PC build, we’d enjoy hearing your story and sharing it on our blog. If that sounds fun, email us at contact@logicalincrements.com with your name and some photos of your build. One of us will get back to you, and you’ll probably see your build on our blog shortly after that!

  • darksideXD

    is this build good or not guys? ,and is it gonna work perfect ?

    i7 4790k

    msi r9 390x

    cooler master ps 850w

    Gigabyte GA-Z97X-GAMING GT LGA 1150 Z97 Gaming Audio and Networking 4-Way SLI ATX Motherboard

    Corsair Vengeance Pro 32GB 4 x 8GB DDR3 2400MHz

    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO – CPU Cooler with 120mm PWM Fan

    Nzxt Phantom Full Tower Computer Case

    Samsung 850 EVO 250GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD

    Seagate 4TB Gaming SSH

    TP-LINK N900 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter 2.4GHz or 5GHz

    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro

    • Matthew Zehner

      It looks good, and should function perfectly well! What are you planning on using it for? This would help me give more detailed feedback. For example, you most likely don’t need all that RAM.

      • darksideXD

        streaming and games of course plus school

        • Matthew Zehner

          Then you certainly don’t need that much RAM – 32 GB is crazy for a streaming or gaming system. You could most likely get by with just 8, though you could go for 16 if you do want a little more capacity.

          How much is that motherboard from your retailer? Prices seem to vary a lot, and you don’t want to spend hundreds on a motherboard.

          Otherwise, it looks really solid!

          • darksideXD

            399.99$

          • Matthew Zehner

            I would also reccomend buying a cheaper motherboard too, then. Unless you need some of the features it has, a $150 motherboard suits most everyone’s uses perfectly well.

          • darksideXD

            i’m just doing this build as an over kill for everything that’s all so that’s why everything is not cheap at all and this build not for everyone as u see

          • Matthew Zehner

            I understand your intention, but simultaneously you are spending a few hundred dollars more than you need to and would get identical performance with spending less. If you want to stick with the board then that’s fine, but it simply isn’t necessary, even if you want to make an overkill build.

          • Matthew Zehner

            I understand your intention, but simultaneously you are spending a few hundred dollars more than you need to and would get identical performance with spending less. If you want to stick with the board then that’s fine, but it simply isn’t necessary, even if you want to make an overkill build.

          • darksideXD

            but can i stream and play games with ultra graphics in the same time with this build ?

          • Matthew Zehner

            Assuming you are referring to the one in your initial comment, you should be able to, certainly (though the graphical level depends on how demanding the game is). However, there are many cheaper builds that could stream at equally high quality – it is simply a matter of spending money where it most benefits your system.

          • Matthew Zehner

            Assuming you are referring to the one in your initial comment, you should be able to, certainly (though the graphical level depends on how demanding the game is). However, there are many cheaper builds that could stream at equally high quality – it is simply a matter of spending money where it most benefits your system.

        • Matthew Zehner

          Then you certainly don’t need that much RAM – 32 GB is crazy for a streaming or gaming system. You could most likely get by with just 8, though you could go for 16 if you do want a little more capacity.

          How much is that motherboard from your retailer? Prices seem to vary a lot, and you don’t want to spend hundreds on a motherboard.

          Otherwise, it looks really solid!

      • darksideXD

        streaming and games of course plus school