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  • Vader - Come to the Dark Side where anything is possible! thumbnail

    Vader - Come to the Dark Side where... Vader - Come to the Dark Side where anything is possible!

    This rig is used for everything from everyday use to streaming, to PLEX server, to hardcore flight simming. It's my do... This rig is used for everything from everyday use to streaming, to PLEX server, to hardcore flight simming. It's my do everything rig and Im proud that everything works with no issues no matter what I through at it. I had multiple machines that I used for various tasks around the house and gaming, but decided to consolidate into single machine which is now what you see here; Vader. Vader is an Intel 10900K 5.4ghz behemoth boasting 64gb of G.Skill Ripjaws overclocked to 4000mhz cl15, an ASUS Strix OC 2080ti with a 1060 daughter card for more displays, 50tb of HDD disk space, 4tb of Samsung Evo powered NVME goodness, and more monitors than most people can handle - 7 (65in Oled, 2 LG 34in, 1 Acer 38in, and 4 ASUS 22in touchscreens). Audio for this machine is power by a Matrix Audio X-Sabre Pro MQA DAC that feeds a Monoprice 887 amp leading to the reference level Sennheiser HD800S with seat attached bass shakers and a Jet Seat for rumble immersion. Input devices are led by an iKBC MF87 keyboard, Corsair m65 mouse, 3 Elgato Stream Decks - Mini, Default, and XL, a Real Simulator joystick, Thrustmaster TPR pedals, Winwing Throttle, 2 DSD button boxes, and a TrackIR This whole machine is a never ending upgrading monster. I always tell my wife that Ill be done after the next upgrade, but low and behold there is always one more over the next horizon.
    $14,280.92
    m0ltar
  • Tuf Guy thumbnail

    Tuf Guy Tuf Guy

    I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating... I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating power. Also, I currently am a full time streamer on twitch and wanted to be able to stream on 60 fps output, while also playing on high quality settings. Come stop by! twitch.tv/itzbaldie
    $2,161.86
    jesse n
  • NZXT H510 (first pc) thumbnail

    NZXT H510 (first pc) NZXT H510 (first pc)

    I built my pc to play gta and r6 and modern warfare I built my pc to play gta and r6 and modern warfare
    $880.41
    Brian L
  • Research and Gaming thumbnail

    Research and Gaming Research and Gaming

    This is my all purpose desktop, perfect for pandemic life. I teach classes virtually through it, perform research and... This is my all purpose desktop, perfect for pandemic life. I teach classes virtually through it, perform research and writing, develop code, run a SQL server, and game in my off time.
    $1,031.88
    Yoni N
  • EcoSteamEQ thumbnail

    EcoSteamEQ EcoSteamEQ

    This computer serves 2 purposes: to stream Steam games to my Steam Link (light gaming) and an Everquest emulator server.... This computer serves 2 purposes: to stream Steam games to my Steam Link (light gaming) and an Everquest emulator server. Unlike existing Everquest emulator servers like Project1999, this server has Vallon Zek PVP rules (8 level pvp range, coin loot and 4 race teams of Human, Elf, Evil and Elf). I was able to make Sullon Zek's level range work as well, but never cared for that server.
    $314.99
    FRANK F
  • Cubism thumbnail

    Cubism Cubism

    My last computer was getting a little long in the tooth and, since we can't travel anywhere, our vacation plans were put on... My last computer was getting a little long in the tooth and, since we can't travel anywhere, our vacation plans were put on hold. Most of that money went into savings, but SOME of it I earmarked to upgrade from an fx-6300 and gtx 1060 to what you see before you. I am notoriously difficult to shop for and I thought a few PC parts would be a great gift idea for my significant other. While not much of a surprise, the parts were exactly what I wanted. While I am still fine tuning the fans and noise levels, this machine satisfies all my needs. So far, I've been using it to play Control (because hey, new rig, new game) and Need for Speed: Most Wanted. It hasn't made me any better at gaming, but I'm having fun and I'd say that's what it's all about at the end of the day. Had I had it to do over again, I might have held out a little longer for the newer graphics cards, but just like anywhere else, better tech is ALWAYS just around the corner.
    $2,141.88
    Steven19122
  • Automotive CAD Workstation thumbnail

    Automotive CAD Workstation Automotive CAD Workstation

    New hand built workstation for designing aftermarket and OEM automotive accessories. New hand built workstation for designing aftermarket and OEM automotive accessories.
    $3,191.31
    JCShroyer
  • BurtonFamGaming PC thumbnail

    BurtonFamGaming PC BurtonFamGaming PC

    I hadn't build a PC in about 18 years! And truthfully, I've never ever built one completely from scratch. I've tinkered and... I hadn't build a PC in about 18 years! And truthfully, I've never ever built one completely from scratch. I've tinkered and upgraded, but never a full on build. I built this computer to play RTX games like Control, other third person action games, FPS games of all kinds, and those "walking simulators" like Firewatch and What Remains of Edith Finch. I LOVE a great game story. I mostly play PC games like Destiny 2 and Deliver us the Moon... as well as fun VR games like Half-Life: Alyx & Beat Saber. I also love to stream with my family with games like Davigo VR, Fall Guys, Minecraft, Overwatch, Fortnite, Splitgate, Among Us, and others! Our Twitch channel is BurtonFamGaming. This rig is a gaming, VR, streaming PC... mostly for me (Dad), but also for the whole family (only... with Dad's permission of course. Only I have the password) :-D If I could go back, I might have waited a few months so I could purchase a 3080... but oh well. :-) I researched this for most of quarantine before finally building it about 4 weeks ago... so frankly, there's not much I would change about how I built it. The ONLY thing I wish I had done was perhaps get an X570 board or the ROG Strix B550-E so I'd get that Gen 2 Type C front header. I also plan to upgrade to 32 gigs of ram before long... but besides that, I'm really happy with it!
    $1,494.91
    edburton6801
  • Kaiosama 😎😎 thumbnail

    Kaiosama 😎😎 Kaiosama 😎😎

    I built this gaming pc to be able to play the entire Assassin's saga and also be able to play guitar. but to be honest now... I built this gaming pc to be able to play the entire Assassin's saga and also be able to play guitar. but to be honest now I'm only playing Fall Guys! Hahaha
    $1,507.41
    xXCavechuXx
  • Kylo Wren Star Wars Build thumbnail

    Kylo Wren Star Wars Build Kylo Wren Star Wars Build

    Built this Gaming PC for my daughter last Christmas. Being that she is a big Kylo Ren fan, I wanted to do something unique... Built this Gaming PC for my daughter last Christmas. Being that she is a big Kylo Ren fan, I wanted to do something unique for her in this build. With the help of one of your associates at the Westmont, IL store, I was able to do this on a relatively small budget.
    $1,121.91
    Kaelin71
  • Zelda-Naruto-Last Airbender Mash Up (Toph-Link-Kakashi/Itachi) thumbnail

    Zelda-Naruto-Last Airbender Mash Up... Zelda-Naruto-Last Airbender Mash Up (Toph-Link-Kakashi/Itachi)

    I needed a rig that could handle playing Beat Saber while running multiple programs, recording with green screen, camera,... I needed a rig that could handle playing Beat Saber while running multiple programs, recording with green screen, camera, running PC game, and VR all at the same time. I built this pc because my old computer I had that was prebuilt when I purchased could not handle everything I wanted to do. Before this build, my old pc would keep lagging and I would end up being stressed and not playing after ten minutes. Even though I'll be using it for games, and also office work, it's nice that I now have a pc that will not only let me do anything without it lagging or freezing, but also a pc that I love and built myself from scratch. Emotionally rewarding and satisfying building my first pc! The journey to researching each part, and learning the components are great too. I knew nothing when I started this build. Now I can record/stream the games I love, and able to start recording so I can upload and share on youtube and hopefully on twitch soon (I am "LastFoodBender" in both platforms. Username is LastFoodBender because I love food lol). The games I mainly play are Beat Saber (also other VR games), Destiny 2, Fortnite, Fall Guys, World of Warcraft,Call of Duty (I love zombies). If it wasn't for Microcenter having much better prices than anywhere else I would not have been able to build this, and would have had to settle for lesser parts that I could afford within my budget which may have ended with a pc that was not fast enough to do everything I want. Eventually I would like to upgrade my GPU, get a bigger ssd, and higher psu; for now though, my pc is something I now absolutely love and proud of!
    $1,469.40
    Clarize D
  • Grant's KAGC (A.K.A Kick A** Gaming Computer) thumbnail

    Grant's KAGC (A.K.A Kick A** Gaming... Grant's KAGC (A.K.A Kick A** Gaming Computer)

    I built this gaming computer to switch over from console gaming to PC gaming with the focus in high frame rates. I have had... I built this gaming computer to switch over from console gaming to PC gaming with the focus in high frame rates. I have had a passion for computer building for a few years now thanks to Youtubers like Jayztwocents, Bitwit, Paul's Hardware, Linus Sebastian from LTT. With this build I focused on price per performance at the start and over a year switched out parts and upgraded where I felt like a needed improvement to get where I am now with my rig. I also did the best I could with cable management to make it look as clean as I possibly can. the last and only upgrades I want for my build is two 140mm fans for my front intakes to even out the air flow within my case. I will always work and continue to perfect this build as long as I own it.
    $1,703.92
    Grant B
  • Blue beast thumbnail

    Blue beast Blue beast

    It is mostly used for gaming and school work. It is mostly used for gaming and school work.
    $1,429.96
    Lochlain H
  • PJ's First Gaming PC thumbnail

    PJ's First Gaming PC PJ's First Gaming PC

    My friend PJ had committed to his first serious PC gaming experience, so I helped him out by recommending the best parts for... My friend PJ had committed to his first serious PC gaming experience, so I helped him out by recommending the best parts for his budget and (mostly) building it for him. He likes playing Action Adventures like Risk Of Rain 2, Darksiders II, and the Tomb Raider games, so I think he has plenty of power to max out these games now. Really, he can run anything he wants and I am jealous! In the future, we want this machine to pair with the Steam Index and be a serviceable VR gaming rig to play Half Life Alyx.
    $1,919.91
    ninfected
  • B-Mans PC thumbnail

    B-Mans PC B-Mans PC

    Built this PC with my son after many many months of begging and pleading. Well, he saved enough to get things rolling. He... Built this PC with my son after many many months of begging and pleading. Well, he saved enough to get things rolling. He spec'd it out, we visited MC (huge help) and game on. He uses it for gaming and school (right!). Fortnite, Minecraft, and Valorant.
    $849.92
    Kevin K
  • Gamer Room 3.0 - Player 2 thumbnail

    Gamer Room 3.0 - Player 2 Gamer Room 3.0 - Player 2

    This is the 3rd iteration ( still being built actually ) of the "Game Room". This station will focus on "player 2” as we... This is the 3rd iteration ( still being built actually ) of the "Game Room". This station will focus on "player 2” as we have 3 in the room. The purpose it to achieve all aspects of what you need to work, and Game with friends. Player 1 is built to playing Apex Legends, and doing remote work for the office. Specs: Corsair Water cooling, Core I7 8700k with corsair H100i water block, 16GB Corsair RGB Pro, EVGA 650 Watt PSU, Corsair Aorus Gaming 7 Motherboard, Gigabyte GTX 1080 Shorty, , Dual Asus 32 inch curved 1440 144hz screen, Apple MacBook Air 13 (2020) ( 16GB, core i5 , 1TB ) connected to Anker Docking station for screen output. Custom Desk. 55 inch TV with wall mounted Nintendo switch for between Apex Matches. Things to do... waiting for the 3 series of Nvidia, So any winnings would go there but the room also isn't done yet so lots left to do.
    $1,124.94
    Gamerguysam
  • Game Room 3.0 - Player 1 thumbnail

    Game Room 3.0 - Player 1 Game Room 3.0 - Player 1

    This is the 3rd iteration ( still being built actually ) of the "Game Room". This station will focus on "player 1" as we... This is the 3rd iteration ( still being built actually ) of the "Game Room". This station will focus on "player 1" as we have 3 in the room. The purpose it to achieve all aspects of what you need to work, and Game with friends. Player 1 is built to playing Apex Legends, and doing remote work for the office. Specs: Custom Hard Tube Water cooling, Core I7 9700k with Thermaltake water block, 16GB Corsair RGB Pro, Asus 850 Watt PSU, Asus Strix 1080Ti with Thermaltake Waterblock, Asus 32 inch curved 1440 144hz screen, 2x AOC 144hz 27 inch curved screens. Apple MacBook Pro 16 ( 32gb, core i9 8 core, 2TB ) connected to Razer Core X Chroma for screen output. Custom Desk. Things to do... waiting for the 3 series of Nvidia, So any winnings would go there but the room also isn't done yet so lots left to do. Build Process: Custom Hard tubing is a fun thing to learn. Ive redone the tubing about 5 times now getting better with each iteration (Most recently changed yesterday with the adding of the Asus power supply and reworking of tubes for "neater" bends. The whole room is taking about 2 months to complete so far. It should be done in about 2 more weeks ( So far we are on week 6 )
    $3,623.87
    Gamerguysam
  • The Borg Cube thumbnail

    The Borg Cube The Borg Cube

    I had wanted to do a smaller Form factor than monstrous, size of a minifridge type build. This one was built from excess... I had wanted to do a smaller Form factor than monstrous, size of a minifridge type build. This one was built from excess parts I had from old systems or stuff I got on sale before or after my main build. Primary purpose is as an HTPC, media server, and gaming rig for living room to run on the BIG TV
    $3,889.97
    omakuch
  • Fire and Ice thumbnail

    Fire and Ice Fire and Ice

    I had been waiting years to rebuild my old workhorse, and I finally got around to looking for parts that not only performed... I had been waiting years to rebuild my old workhorse, and I finally got around to looking for parts that not only performed well, but satisfied my aesthetic. I had dabbled in custom loop coling before, but I finally was at a point in my life I could go all out. Overall gaming includes FPS, RTS, and combat sims, and also used *regretably* for work. I'm probably going to rebuild this system into a bigger case, like the Thermaltake WP200, in order to clear my desk of the external hard drive enclosures and get better airflow (while it's good in this system, theres only one fan at the very top of the case in the front section for airflow over the components. Thinking of also getting the monoblock and replacing the CPU block for some better thermals.
    $4,007.93
    omakuch
  • Blaze thumbnail

    Blaze Blaze

    I built this so I can move from Xbox to PC and it's been a great experience so far. The games I usually play are Modern... I built this so I can move from Xbox to PC and it's been a great experience so far. The games I usually play are Modern Warfare, Halo MCC, Minecraft, Doom Eternal, Beat Saber, and sometimes I'll play Splitgate, CSGO, Valorant, and Team Fortress 2.
    $1,070.91
    OculusFlame
  • First Build 24.2020 thumbnail

    First Build 24.2020 First Build 24.2020

    It was overdue to upgrade from a HP Pavilion and old laptop and wanted to experience building a stronger PC than the... It was overdue to upgrade from a HP Pavilion and old laptop and wanted to experience building a stronger PC than the prebuilt ones. It's built for production work and Monster Hunter World. Future upgrades may include an aftermarket CPU air cooler, custom sleeved cables and Lian Li SL120 Uni fans for a cleaner look and cable management. Throughout the process, I have considered a blackout build; however, RGB is a bit addicting to look at and due to availability issues for certain parts. To compromise, I opted to have only my cooling parts to have RGB hoping for a somehow minimalist or dual toned look.
    $1,759.86
    grace l
  • First PC Build thumbnail

    First PC Build First PC Build

    Howdy! This is my first PC build! I built it this summer to do some gaming and help with my online classes. I mostly play... Howdy! This is my first PC build! I built it this summer to do some gaming and help with my online classes. I mostly play eSport and AAA titles such as CSGO, R6:Siege, GTAV, Borderlands, Gears of War, and COD. The 2060 Super/Ryzen 3600 combo is amazing and runs almost any game at 1080p High settings with no problem and performs well at 1440p. I think it should be an amazing PC for the next few years but I may look to upgrade the storage down the line. Currently I only have a Seagate 2TB HDD and a 256GB Inland Premium M.2 SSD so I will probably add another 2TB HDD or a 1TB Samsung 2.5in SSD. I may also look to upgrade the AIO. The white H100i fits the color scheme amazingly but I really like the look of the LCD display on the NZXT Z63. I also might buy two more Corsair LL120 RGB fans to replace the stock NZXT fans I currently have mounted on the radiator.
    $1,883.87
    Rene P
  • First Water Cooled PC thumbnail

    First Water Cooled PC First Water Cooled PC

    I built this PC over a 3 day period as it took some time to learn how to do the loop. Its planned as a gaming/photo... I built this PC over a 3 day period as it took some time to learn how to do the loop. Its planned as a gaming/photo editing/programming/general purpose PC. I like to play MMO RPG's, FPS, Adventure/Action type games. I am a professional software engineer and also do some coding on the side for personal projects and IOT automation around my house. I've always wanted to build a water cooled PC and as my first one think it came out really great. As I just recently built it I don't think I will change that much right away but I might consider redoing the one tube run as it could be straighter but for now and really happy with it.
    $1,919.93
    Eric B
  • Arctic Unicorn thumbnail

    Arctic Unicorn Arctic Unicorn

    Built in 2015, this has been my gaming/ school workhorse for over 5 years. Its my very first water cooling build and many of... Built in 2015, this has been my gaming/ school workhorse for over 5 years. Its my very first water cooling build and many of the parts are painted white to keep with the theme of the arctic(Before RGB became more widespread). The joke here is that it still crushes games and I had to input the parts below by hand because it's considered "old". Parts include: Asus x99 pro 3.1 MB Intel i7-4820k (OC 4.7) (From Micro Center!) Zotac 980ti Amp Extreme (Micro Center!) 32GB Corsair vengeance 3200 ram Bitfenix fittings, 2 ekwb SE 360 rads and blocks with LL120 fans (Thank you Micro Center!) Lian Li 011 dynamic (Again, Thank you Micro Center!) Custom sleeving and tubing bends with Mayhems pastel fluid. Aside from the the new case, ram and fans, everything is from 2015. I wish I could control the RGB but the board wont let me, because its before RGB was commonplace. In hindsight I realized how expensive and time consuming a water cooling build is. Is it necessary? Oh, heck no. Is it a pain to maintain. Its the absolute worst. Do I regret water cooling? Never, to me its like art. I appreciate it more now because of how time consuming it all is. Also while painting is a pain, I like the small detail it adds to the overall build. Painting the D5 pump, small board details, and water blocks took a lot of time, but makes it pop! I play a pretty diverse portfolio of games with the main go-tos being R6 Siege, Warzone, Apex, CS.GO, MSFS 2020, F1 2020, and some older games I just love like Portal, Bioshock, and the Witcher series. (When I'm not working on school of course (INCO major) so I also use a lot of VMware and Linux diagnostic tools.) As you can guess, its getting a on in years and its running into a few issues that are telltale that its not going to last much longer. In the near future I would love to upgrade the motherboard and CPU. I'll be staying away from the X-99 series, its pretty, but I never utilized its potential. I would like to upgrade to a i9-10900k or i7-10700k and a motherboard to match. I'm not too interested in a new GPU just yet (Still love my 980ti) and Nvidia 30 series is amazing but I'm really looking for a 3080ti... I'm glad it has lasted so long and still holds it own, but I think it's time to upgrade, just... college and all that. Let me know what you think, I'd love to hear from you! Also any suggestions you may have! Just wanted to share with you and hope you like it too!
    $4,220.92
    Michael L