In computer hardware, a white box is a personal computer or server without a well-known brand name. For instance, the term applies to systems assembled by small system integrators and to home-built computer systems assembled by end users from parts purchased separately at retail. In this latter sense, building a white box system is part of the DIY movement. The term is also applied to high volume production of unbranded PCs that began in the mid-1980s with 8MHz Turbo XT systems selling for just under $1000.
So yes, we do that.
But we do that with style. Computer Service Depot has been building PCs, Gaming Systems, Replacing PCs and Reparing PCs for longer than most. We know that quality dictates reliability. It doesn't have to be the top of the class, but it should be in a quality, warranty & performance range that fits the budget and lasts.