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  • Kangster’s Build thumbnail

    Kangster’s Build Kangster’s Build

    I built this pc recently end of 2020 I decided I needed a new computer instead of this 2012 laptop I have been using for 2... I built this pc recently end of 2020 I decided I needed a new computer instead of this 2012 laptop I have been using for 2 years
    $1,519.92
    joseph k
  • The Beast Machine 3000 thumbnail

    The Beast Machine 3000 The Beast Machine 3000

    I started from a “acer nitro 5” gaming laptop with not great specs I was working my self up to pirchase my dream pc which I... I started from a “acer nitro 5” gaming laptop with not great specs I was working my self up to pirchase my dream pc which I did was working hard to get the money then I visited the best store ever! Called “Micro Center” I love this store so much!!!!! It’s where I get all my pc equipment, when I built my dream pc I needed to ask the 10/10 employees since I was still kinda new to pc but overtime now I know all about pc ranging from part to building, I now build pc for my friends which is also a great way for me to learn even more stuff and also another way of earning a bit of cash, I definitely game on this computer, I play Call of duty (Of course) Warzone, Minecraft, fallguys, cyberpunk 2077, among us, etc. looking forward for the new “five nights at freddys security breach” I’m glad for entering, and good luck to all people who enter!
    $5,005.95
    Eddie F
  • Valkyrie #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Valkyrie #MicroCenterMadness Valkyrie #MicroCenterMadness

    Valkyrie is my first PC build. She was created mainly for gaming and streaming. I am a novice switching over from console... Valkyrie is my first PC build. She was created mainly for gaming and streaming. I am a novice switching over from console gaming so I am still navigating through the games available. So far I've enjoyed completing Jedi: Fallen Order (Look Ma, I'm a Jedi now!) and occasionally I'll play Apex Legends. As of right now, I am planning on trying out Horizon Zero Dawn, Baldur's Gate 3, and maybe even Outriders. I would really love to continue to push the limits of this PC's capabilities, especially since I was lucky enough to get a 3080 from MC. Honestly in hindsight I wish I would have started this build earlier due to the pc component shortage. That way I could have avoided the battle royal that is pc part procurement. My main focus was to complete a white build which only added to the difficulty. I would say if you're completing your own build right now, be patient and keep in mind certain parts require different rgb software that won't sync up once booted up. One thing worth mentioning is it doesn't hurt to be "thrifty" on certain parts. I waited for some of my parts to go on sale before purchasing and even bought my CPU as an open box.
    $2,720.36
    Tiffany D
  • Work from ho..... LY MOLY. That's what I call a rig! #MicroCenterMadness! thumbnail

    Work from ho..... LY MOLY. That's what... Work from ho..... LY MOLY. That's what I call a rig! #MicroCenterMadness!

    Work and play rig I'm grateful to have and pleased to share with all y'all. I manage educational webinars and live streams... Work and play rig I'm grateful to have and pleased to share with all y'all. I manage educational webinars and live streams for healthcare providers across the country. This, in conjunction with managing IT Administration for Pediatric Urgent Care has me grateful for the front-line workers I support... On the gaming side, I have been enjoying Hades, Overwatch, Borderlands 3, Doom Eternal, Dead Cells, and lately been revisiting Diablo II in anticipation of the remaster.
    $3,501.98
    Muffnman
  • Ultimate gaming build thumbnail

    Ultimate gaming build Ultimate gaming build

    I built this as my first pc after having an Xbox for my whole life and doing school work on an old mac laptop. I started... I built this as my first pc after having an Xbox for my whole life and doing school work on an old mac laptop. I started getting into pc building and wanting to build my own. I am hoping to use it for gaming and maybe streaming, and also use it for some schoolwork.
    $2,223.93
    Chaz T
  • The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness

    The Chimera is a powerhouse machine designed to be both an aesthetic statement as well as fully functional for streaming... The Chimera is a powerhouse machine designed to be both an aesthetic statement as well as fully functional for streaming whatever games I want to stream. It was given the name Chimera as a suggestion from a viewer that was watching me upgrade the cooling loop on Twitch. The original name of this system was the Kraken. For me monsters and demons are part of my theme thus every one of my personal builds will be named after some sort of "dark" creature. This is currently version 2.0 of this build as I have learned and tried new things. I started out with a kit that I got from Alphacool with a Laing DDC pump and single 360x30mm radiator that I had expanded to two of as well as the Helix reservoir and the V2 DPP 755. Version 1.5 as described is what I had been running for my cooling for the last year. I decided that since I had to take everything apart for the one year cleaning event that I might as well take the opportunity to go ahead and upgrade the loop as a whole. There was a leak that occurred during my first build iteration that caused the RGB lighting in the GPU block to short out, which is something that is getting fixed at the beginning of April. I'm also taking that opportunity to drain the loop and make the loop order a little more efficient. This has been my first liquid cooling loop, and I chose this particular case to build into because of the unboxing video JayzTwoCents did on it. One of the biggest issues I had when it came to the upgrades I've done on the loop thus far was the pressure of the loop itself. In one iteration I considered I was going to have an Eisball pump/res combo but that ended up getting scratched. While I love everything about this build once I got everything working and without any leaking I realized a few things I could have, and will be doing differently as I already have the parts needed on order. First some extra 90º fittings, one of which will be getting placed on the bottom of the reservoir with a 10mm extension. From there I'm going to take the quick disconnect from the bottom radiator and move it to the pump with the black top's out port with a 90º fitting while taking another 90º fitting and putting it on the acrylic top pump with a direct downflow into the bottom radiator. I realized this should have been done solely for the purpose of being able to remove the bottom and front rads with the pumps and reservoir still attached without having to drain either one after taking a good long hard look at the loop order. Along with replacing the RGB strip in my GPU block I will be replacing the stock Red Devil backplate with one made by Alphacool and adding a 45º fitting on the end of the port that it fills the top radiator thru allowing a shorter run there as well. I'm switching the in/out ports on the back radiator and rerouting the connection between the two radiators to go around the quick disconnect on the reservoir while also adding a final quick disconnect to the front radiator allowing both radiators to be removed without having to drain the loop, if need be. The backplate replacement is only to help clean things up in the look. Other little additions are the 90º 24-pin ATX and two 8-pin 180º PCI-E power adapters and the LinkUp PCI-E Gen 4 riser cable. The first few photos are the original layout I attempted a year ago with the kit I bought from Alphacool, followed by the final layout once I got the Helix res and D5 pump. The third photo is of an iteration I had considered using the Alphacool Eisball pump/res combo that ended up not working out. All of the rest of the photos are of the build as it currently sits in my office.
    $4,554.92
    Ambrosias
  • lumen thumbnail

    lumen lumen

    primarily used for gaming and learning about IT and computers primarily used for gaming and learning about IT and computers
    $2,530.91
    banditking2
  • PC para Ronald thumbnail

    PC para Ronald PC para Ronald

    This build was for my brother in law who likes to play Microsoft Flight Simulator, the only missing piece is the video card,... This build was for my brother in law who likes to play Microsoft Flight Simulator, the only missing piece is the video card, they are very expensive since the pandemic.
    $804.92
    Silvio Basilis
  • #MicroCenterMadness Moncaso case PC for Flight Simulators thumbnail

    #MicroCenterMadness Moncaso case PC for... #MicroCenterMadness Moncaso case PC for Flight Simulators

    This build was my birthday present. February 2021 I found the last new stock Moneual Moncaso 601 (same as 932) PC case in... This build was my birthday present. February 2021 I found the last new stock Moneual Moncaso 601 (same as 932) PC case in world on Ebay. Hunted for over a decade since I saw it advertised in 2008. Stack of five units were abandoned in So. California trans-shipping warehouse for 15 years. Will run multiple screens for flight simulator games (X-Plane, FlightGear, FSX and FS2020, others).
    $1,959.90
    Starry G
  • Bella thumbnail

    Bella Bella

    I've liked building since I was around 12 and my wife also likes computers but she's always been an mac type of person.... I've liked building since I was around 12 and my wife also likes computers but she's always been an mac type of person. Since she likes to play sims games I had to build her something much stronger than what she's used to with those apple products. So I built her this as one of her wedding gifts. Finally she can use sims games at full settings with all the custom content her heart desires.
    $829.41
    Xavier P
  • #MicroCenterMadness White ROG thumbnail

    #MicroCenterMadness White ROG #MicroCenterMadness White ROG

    This is my dream build because my favorite color is white and I love ROG from the 3090 to motherboard.I am a video editor... This is my dream build because my favorite color is white and I love ROG from the 3090 to motherboard. I am a video editor and gamer. I will sometimes stream time to time, but mostly I just like playing with friends for fun. Twitch: harveeychoi (if you wanna follow) I am currently an editor for my agency, RGA. I play Warzone, CSGO, Overwatch, and many others. I am a PC enthusiast just like everyone else here and I am eager to keep on learning.
    $6,301.03
    Harvey C
  • i7+1060 Gaming Rig #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    i7+1060 Gaming Rig #MicroCenterMadness i7+1060 Gaming Rig #MicroCenterMadness

    I built my first PC about one year ago using a hand-me-down 970A-D3P MoBo, an EVGA 2GB GPU, and an AMD fx-6300. A month ago,... I built my first PC about one year ago using a hand-me-down 970A-D3P MoBo, an EVGA 2GB GPU, and an AMD fx-6300. A month ago, i bought an i7 10700K and an MSI 1060. I use this PC to play games with my brother and his friends. I play Warzone, Rocket league, Minecraft,Subnautica, Raft, and Overwatch. (i7 10700K. GeForce GTX ARMOR 1060 3G OCV1. H470M Pro4. Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) dual channel memory. Corsair iCUE H100i 240mm AIO. Enermax 850W fully modular PSU. Lian Li II. Samsung 970 EVO 500GB and Western Digital 1TB 7200RPM hard drive. P.S. I forgot to put the #MicroCenterMadness in this the first time so I had to upload this twice.
    $579.95
    Adam S
  • Megaman X Buster PC thumbnail

    Megaman X Buster PC Megaman X Buster PC

    I wanted hands-on experience with building a PC, so this is my first PC I built. The theme is Mega Man and it's purpose is... I wanted hands-on experience with building a PC, so this is my first PC I built. The theme is Mega Man and it's purpose is for general web-surfing and the occasional gaming. The games I play currently is Pokemon Showdown, horror games on itch.io, puppet combo games, and Hyperscape and I want to get into more games to play. As of right now I have a MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Super Aero ITX OC GPU but in thr future would love a GeForce RTX 3070. #MicroCenterMadness
    $1,032.43
    Delano T
  • This is the CUBE, because it is built in a Corsair Air 540 ATX Cube style case. thumbnail

    This is the CUBE, because it is built... This is the CUBE, because it is built in a Corsair Air 540 ATX Cube style case.

    I had this beautiful beast of a machine built by the experts at St. Louis Micro Center, to upgrade from a gaming laptop (or... I had this beautiful beast of a machine built by the experts at St. Louis Micro Center, to upgrade from a gaming laptop (or toaster) with an i5 and a 1050 maxq and I am very excited to say that for my normal work flow using blender and playing a lot of games, I had to buy a room heater (this is a good thing).
    $2,269.94
    Liam D
  • First PC Build [AMD Ryzen 5 3600] [EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti] thumbnail

    First PC Build [AMD Ryzen 5 3600] [EVGA... First PC Build [AMD Ryzen 5 3600] [EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti]

    This is my first PC build/setup that I've ever done. I've been looking around and waiting for the right time to make a build... This is my first PC build/setup that I've ever done. I've been looking around and waiting for the right time to make a build for about 2 years and it has come to this. I wanted to make a nice looking but not too vibrant PC, so I chose the Lian Li Lancool 205m. I saw this at Microcenter once and I really liked the way it looked. It was Micro ATX, which I wanted because a mid tower ATX case would just be too big for my desk. I added 3 120mm RGB fans from Deepcool which would add for better airflow and better lighting. For the CPU, I had to choose the Ryzen 5 3600 as it was the best choice I had for the budget. Got it for under $200 along with the ASRock B450m Pro4 at Microcenter for $60. Great performing CPU and a great binned CPU too IMO (the Ryzen 5 3600's rated all core clock boost is 4.2Ghz). I managed to overclock it to 4.3Ghz stable at 1.35 volts or 4.425Ghz at 1.375 - 1.4 volts. I only use the 1.35v OC as it is probably better for 24/7 use than 1.375. With the Enermax Liqfusion III 240mm AIO, it can cool it like it wasn't even being overclocked. Temperatures were amazing, which I had expected from a liquid cooler. One thing I wanted to do but couldn't was that I couldn't put the AIO on the top mount as it would not fit because the RAM was just barely in the way of the radiator, so I ended up using the 2 case fans that came with the case and put it on the other side of the radiator in the front of the case to get a push/pull configuration. I think the temperatures are probably better like that, but can't say for sure. The GPU I used was the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super. I was really looking hard to find a 3070 for a good price, but couldn't, so I just found the 2080 Super for $500. Only downside to this was that it is only the factory Dell 2080 Super blower style card, so that means no lights and the worst of all, a loud fan when playing games. I'm pretty sure this fan gets to 70% fan speed evertime and it is pretty loud. I'm looking right now for a 2080 or a 2080 Super non blower style just because of that. Although, I did manage to get a decent stable overclock on it at +150 on the core and +500 on the memory. The RAM I chose was the PNY XLR8 2x8 16GB kit. I found it on Amazon and it seemed like a decent deal for $85. The brand is good and I didn't want to risk spending $10 less on a cheap brand (Oloy). Last but not least, I chose the Inland Platinum NVME M.2 SSD. I wasn't even planning on getting it (but good thing I got it) as I was looking at the Crucial P2. Since Microcenter had it in stock, I bought it. Not only was it cheaper, but it was way faster. For a non PCIE Gen4 NVME, this performs great. The read write speeds are 3,400MB/S Read/1900 MB/S Write. Overall, I think this build is great. I am only using a 1080p 144hz monitor setup, but in the future, I will most likely bump it up to a 1440p 144hz or a 1080p 240hz. I probably ended up spending a total of $1200 including tax and shipping, which is amazing nowadays. Microcenter really helped out with getting my parts quicker and at the best price.
    $1,244.95
    gyeung743
  • V-MK-8 #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    V-MK-8 #MicroCenterMadness V-MK-8 #MicroCenterMadness

    I needed an upgrade after many years and discovered RGB is a thing. Also I wanted to finally dive into water cooling for my... I needed an upgrade after many years and discovered RGB is a thing. Also I wanted to finally dive into water cooling for my CPU & GPU.
    $2,679.90
    Joseph L
  • The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️ thumbnail

    The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️ The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️

    Play racing flight sim and fps games. Also host a YouTube channel. I go back and forth between this PC and a iMac for... Play racing flight sim and fps games. Also host a YouTube channel. I go back and forth between this PC and a iMac for editing and posting videos. It’s running a AMD r7 3700x I bought from y’all with a MSI x570 Pro Carbon board, 32gb 4400mhz thermaltake memory, Asus ROG Radeon 5700xt OC, msi 360r liquid cooler, cooler master case with extra exhaust fan I installed. 750w EVGA Gold psu. Ran to a Asus Tuff gaming 35” ultra wide 100hz. Using Razer Tournament edition keyboard and Razer Viper mouse. I also use a Razer Wolverine controller and Logitech x52 flight system for certain games. With the 5700xt it runs 1440 res very well games and smooth like butter. In future I’d like to upgrade the GPU (had to go with what I could find at the time) and maybe a good steering wheel pedals and shifter.
    $3,099.95
    OnlineCarShow S
  • Purple Haze thumbnail

    Purple Haze Purple Haze

    The parts where purchased for a gaming computer for a client who backed out. So I used it instead for an office pc for... The parts where purchased for a gaming computer for a client who backed out. So I used it instead for an office pc for another client. Unfortunately it has a very slow GPU in it right now but it is just being used to surf the web.
    $1,030.93
    cameraman_2
  • AMD 50th Anniversary Build #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    AMD 50th Anniversary Build... AMD 50th Anniversary Build #MicroCenterMadness

    Had this idea for a gold/black 50th anniversary build as soon as I saw the 5700 XT Anniversary Edition. Built for combo... Had this idea for a gold/black 50th anniversary build as soon as I saw the 5700 XT Anniversary Edition. Built for combo gaming/productivity. First, I got all of the parts that weren't the CPU, GPU, and motherboard. I got the X570 motherboard on 7/7/19 at Microcenter, but was too late for a 3900X. I also ordered my GPU from AMD. After I missed the 2nd shipment of 3900X's in my area, I drove 9 hours round trip to grab one from the next closest Microcenter. Finally, I started to put it together. All went well until I tried to put in my radiator in the vertical radiator spot. It didn't fit because of a knob on the radiator, so I had to get a hacksaw and cut my case so the knob would fit. I have more info about this in my review of the radiator. Lastly, I put in my GPU with the included CoolerMaster PCIE riser cable, but it wouldn't work with PCIE 4.0, and my motherboard didn't include an option to revert to PCIE 3.0. After a long time of keeping my card in the horizontal position waiting for a BIOS update to include the option, I finally just spent $36 on a PCIE 4.0 compatible riser cable. I can never get the lighting right to get a good pic, so hopefully what I was able to do is good enough. Also, the RAM and motherboard are gold color, but they show up as white in photos. Thanks for taking a look at my build!
    $2,731.36
    vman411gamer
  • The AMD P600S Build thumbnail

    The AMD P600S Build The AMD P600S Build

    A Ryzen/Radeon Build used for work and play. A Ryzen/Radeon Build used for work and play.
    $3,459.95
    G Money
  • Ardaz #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Ardaz #MicroCenterMadness Ardaz #MicroCenterMadness

    My build was built for gaming and streaming and lite video editing for my YouTube channel centered around gaming news,... My build was built for gaming and streaming and lite video editing for my YouTube channel centered around gaming news, reviews and gameplay content that I just started. I had a 2079 super that I sold to get a 3070 gpu when it released , and bought a 1650 to hold me over and swap into my son's build. I'm still waiting for product lol.
    $1,313.93
    Edward M
  • I just want to run Microsoft Flight Simulator thumbnail

    I just want to run Microsoft Flight... I just want to run Microsoft Flight Simulator

    My last build was many years ago. It was an AMD A10 5800K, Gigabyte Fm2 motherboard and 8 gb Kingston RAM. I have been... My last build was many years ago. It was an AMD A10 5800K, Gigabyte Fm2 motherboard and 8 gb Kingston RAM. I have been waiting 6 months to build my dream machine, but could not wait any longer. I just want to run M.S. Flight Simulator. I walked into Microcenter to buy a Lian Li Lancool II Mesh RGB case, and a few other items, since I have been buying pieces for my build here and there. I missed out on a Nvidia 3000 series GPU, but they had gotten many GTX 1660 cards. Since I could not get the Dark Hero MB, or a Ryzen 5950 CPU, and did not want to spend all my money on higher priced components, I decided on a budget build for now. Here it is. I will be using as many of these components as possible when I upgrade later.
    $1,196.86
    JASON P
  • My first build -- goodbye forever, Macbook!! thumbnail

    My first build -- goodbye forever,... My first build -- goodbye forever, Macbook!!

    Streaming, drawing, gaming, VR Streaming, drawing, gaming, VR
    $934.95
    Deanna R
  • Project Memory #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Project Memory #MicroCenterMadness Project Memory #MicroCenterMadness

    This is Project Memory (formerly Operation Depression Killer). Project Memory has a permanent color combo of blue an pink,... This is Project Memory (formerly Operation Depression Killer). Project Memory has a permanent color combo of blue an pink, in memory of the man who got me into PC gaming back in 1998; my father. His colors were always pink and blue and since his passing in 2015, I've come to adopt those as my colors also. This rig was built as a way for me to honor the passion in which he passed down to me. My game choice is quite different, but the passion is the same. He got me started with Unreal in 1998 and then UT99 in well, 1999. Since then, I've come to enjoy Battlefield, Call of Duty, Valheim, Valorant, The Witcher 3, Fallout and many other games. But every once in a while I will return to those late 1990s classics, and game with some old time friends. With this rig, I will continue to pass down gaming to my children (which my daughter already loves watching me fly in BF4) and to stream. Will be upgrading the case to a Corsair 5000D Airflow, adding 3 more ML120s, and a 2TB SSD for games in the somewhat near future. The case and fans to increase cooling capabilities and the SSD as I have too many games and not enough room. I might also grab an 11th Gen CPU, but I will hold off and see how much of an upgrade it would be and what stock is like. I might also venture into a custom water-cooled solution, but that is a little out of my comfort zone for the time being. I did just upgrade from a Corsair K70 keyboard to a K100 and my god, the difference is immediate and insane. Love the Cherry MX Speed switches, and the G keys are going to be incredibly useful in the near future. So yeah, this is the build. Constantly looking for ways to improve my setup, and I am thinking a mic solution might just be the next investment...or a new desk, as I desperately need one of those too.
    $3,263.85
    Camco