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 105,500.00

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X – 16-Core 4.5 GHz – Socket AM5 – 170W Desktop Processor (100-100000514WOF)

  • 5nm 170W
  • 64MB L3 Cache
  • 16MB L2 Cache
  •  16-Core 4.5 GHz
  • Socket AM5
  • 170W Desktop Processor
  • Cooling Device not included – Processor Only
  • 1 Year Warranty

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 85,600.00

AMD Ryzen 9 7900X – 12-Core 4.7 GHz – Socket AM5 – 170W Desktop Processor (100-100000589WOF)

  • 5nm 170W
  • 64MB L3 Cache
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • Cooling device not included – Processor Only
  • 12-Core 4.7 GHz
  • Socket AM5
  • 170W Desktop Processor
  • 1 Years Warranty

Available on backorder

 62,500.00

AMD Ryzen 7 7700X – 8-Core 4.5 GHz – Socket AM5 – 105W Desktop Processor (100-100000591WOF)

  • 5nm 105W
  • 32MB L3 Cache
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • 8 Cores 4.5 GHz
  • Cooling Device not Included – Processor Only
  • 1 Years Warranty

Available on backorder

 48,000.00

AMD Ryzen 5 7600X – 6-Core 4.7 GHz – Socket AM5 – 105W Desktop Processor (100-100000593WOF)

  • 5nm 105W
  • 32MB L3 Cache
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • 6 Cores 4.7 GHz
  • Cooling Device not Included – Processor Only
  • 1 Years Warranty

Available on backorder

 31,000.00  35,000.00

Intel Core i5-12400 – Core i5 12th Gen Alder Lake 6-Core 2.5 GHz LGA 1700 65W Intel UHD Graphics 730 Desktop Processor – BX8071512400

  • Intel 7 Alder Lake Processor Base Power: 65W
  • Maximum Turbo Power: 117W
  • 18MB L3 Cache
  • 7.5MB L2 Cache
  • Intel UHD Graphics 730
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • Intel Laminar RM1 CPU Cooler
  • 1 Year Warranty
 99,999.00

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X – Ryzen 9 5000 Series Vermeer (Zen 3) 16-Core 3.4 GHz Socket AM4 105W Desktop Processor – 100-100000059WOF

  • 7nm Vermeer (Zen 3) 105W
  • 64MB L3 Cache
  • 8MB L2 Cache
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • The best processor for gamers meets the best processor for creators, with 16 cores and 32 processing threads
  • 4.9 GHz Max Boost, unlocked for overclocking, 72 MB of cache, DDR-3200 support
 46,500.00  49,900.00

AMD Ryzen 7 3rd Gen – RYZEN 7 3800X Matisse (Zen 2) 8-Core 3.9 GHz (4.5 GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 105W 100-100000025BOX Desktop Processor

  • 3rd Gen Ryzen
  • Socket AM4
  • Max Boost Frequency 4.5 GHz
  • DDR4 Support
  • L2 Cache 4MB
  • L3 Cache 32MB
  • Thermal Design Power 105W
  • With Wraith Prism cooler
 96,000.00

Intel Core i9-12900K – Core i9 12th Gen Alder Lake 16-Core (8P+8E) 3.2 GHz LGA 1700 125W Intel UHD Graphics 770 Desktop Processor – BX8071512900K

  • Intel 7 Alder Lake Processor Base Power: 125W
  • Maximum Turbo Power: 241W
  • 30MB L3 Cache
  • 14MB L2 Cache
  • Intel UHD Graphics 770
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • 1-year warranty
 63,000.00  68,000.00

Intel Core i7-12700K – Core i7 12th Gen Alder Lake 12-Core (8P+4E) 3.6 GHz LGA 1700 125W Intel UHD Graphics 770 Desktop Processor – BX8071512700K

  • Intel 7 Alder Lake Processor Base Power: 125W
  • Maximum Turbo Power: 190W
  • 25MB L3 Cache
  • 12MB L2 Cache
  • Intel UHD Graphics 770
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • 1-year warranty
 44,800.00  50,000.00

Intel Core i5-12600K – Core i5 12th Gen Alder Lake 10-Core (6P+4E) 3.7 GHz LGA 1700 125W Intel UHD Graphics 770 Desktop Processor – BX8071512600K

  • Intel 7 Alder Lake Processor Base Power: 125W
  • Maximum Turbo Power: 150W
  • 20MB L3 Cache
  • 9.5MB L2 Cache
  • Intel UHD Graphics 770
  • Windows 11 Supported
  • 1-year warranty
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Here are some of most asked questions regarding Custom PC builds.

What component should I start the PC building process with?

We recommend starting with the CPU because it determines most of your component choices. Your motherboard, RAM, and even your need for a graphics card all hinge on what CPU you choose. This is why choosing an Intel or AMD CPU is the first and most critical step of your PC building journey.

What is a form factor? What is the difference between E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX?

You can think of a form factor the same way you think about the size of a car. Just like a compact, mid-sized, or full-sized car, motherboards have similar sizes. Compact or small form factor PC’s use Micro or Mini-ITX motherboards, mid-sized builds use ATX sized motherboards and, finally, full sized builds use E-ATX form factors.

What size PC should I build?

When choosing the size of your PC here are some things to keep in mind. Small form factor PC’s present some limitations on the components you can use in your PC and, given their size, introduce build challenges. ATX or mid-sized PCs are the most common builds and provide the largest compatibility options. They are also among the easiest PCs to assemble. Finally, E-ATX provides far more options and power but the size of the PC can be daunting and will take up a lot of space. This is often the most costly build option.

How much RAM should I buy?

The amount of RAM your computer needs depends on what you plan on using it for. At a minimum we would recommend no less than 8GB of RAM, but if you are only using your PC for simple daily tasks, like web browsing, you might be able to get away with as little as 4GB. If you are gaming then 16GB is going to be the minimum and if you are streaming or video editing then 32GB is recommended.

How hard is it to build a PC?

PC building is no more difficult than completing a Lego set or building a piece of furniture given you have compatible components. There are so many amazing guides available on online on platforms like YouTube that will take you step by step through the pc builing process. We also recommend joining different PC community that can help you answer questions as they may come up.

What tools do I need to build my PC?

We recommend a number 2 phillips head screwdriver preferably magnetic. If you are going to build on carpet or in an area prone to static then an anti-static bracelet is also highly recommended. It is also a good idea to pick up thermal paste and some isopropyl alcohol as well. Finally, zip ties or velcro cable ties come in handy when you are managing cables.

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