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  • Thermaltake AH T600 thumbnail

    Thermaltake AH T600 Thermaltake AH T600

    This is an open loop liquid cooled pc. the loop was designed using a thermaltake distro plate with one pump and 2 radiators.... This is an open loop liquid cooled pc. the loop was designed using a thermaltake distro plate with one pump and 2 radiators. the flow was designed to be one radiator per component. I used a Y fitting at the intro area of the distro block in order to have both radiators empty into the top of the reservoir. the distro plate has 2 out ports that i am using, one for the cpu motherboard and the other for the GPU. My radiators are one 68mm thick 480mm thermaltake rad in the front and one 360 rad on top. The components are ekwb MSI pro carbon motherboard with a full cover waterblock on an intel platform with an i9-10900k. the GPU is an EVGA RTX 2080 ti xc ultra gaming. 1600 watt psu. 64gb corsair rgb pro 3200 mhz cl 16 ram. two 1 tb samsung 970 pro nvme ssd.
    $4,670.96
    michael h
  • Dream PC thumbnail

    Dream PC Dream PC

    So I've been gaming pretty much all my life. Back in 2014 I got my first proper gaming PC. Then it was just low end, bought... So I've been gaming pretty much all my life. Back in 2014 I got my first proper gaming PC. Then it was just low end, bought by my parents, built by person at the store. All midrange economical parts. Since then I've been pretty hooked into PC gaming as a whole. Previously I had a gaming laptop so going from laptop to desktop was a huge change, so big I wondered how on earth I was using a laptop for so many years. Fast forward 2019. I've now graduated from college, got a job, and have money for once in my life. I'm still all the time following youtubers like LinusTechTips and whatnot and always just following the latest tech, always seeing glamorous PC builds. From watching those videos everyday for years, I always wanted to feel the awesomeness of a proper high end build. So it was a dream of mine to build something that would be a gaming beast and a huge upgrade from my previous build as well. I wanted to go pretty much all out, no compromises but within a reasonable budget as I'm just not loaded with cash. I had to save up for this for well over a year. I started buying things slowly overtime with all my peripherals like my keyboard, mouse, chair, table, and stuff. Last piece was going to be the main PC itself and monitor upgrade. I bought things with the idea in my head, one and done. Like if I buy this, I'm not going to want to replace it at all. It was exactly what I would have wanted in my dream scenario. Then came time where I was ready to buy, and Ryzen 3000 was about to launch. I've been doing months of just looking at PC parts and watching youtube reviews of every part so I knew exactly what I would want. I've been watching many build videos, even bought PC Building Simulator so I can practice building since I didn't want to have someone else build my pc for me. I went to Microcenter right on launch day, July 7th and bought myself a Ryzen 3900X, with a brand new x570 motherboard, fancy new pcei gen 4.0 5gb/s m.2 ssd. I got the works, then two days later I picked up the brand new RTX 2070 Super on launch day and got the monitor to go along with it. Certainly can't afford a 2080ti but that gpu was powerful enough and at a good price point where it wasn't terrible performance per dollar. I didn't go overkill with any part of this PC, everything I use 100% to the fullest. I game almost everyday on it. I like to stream as well on occasion. I want to make youtube videos on it. I use it for school and work. This thing just flies through everything I throw at it. I love it. Any changes I would make to the build would simply be adding another 16gb of ram to it. I'm for sure going to buy the new RTX 3080 and plug that into my PC. I'll eventually add in another m.2 ssd eventually and one that'll be even faster. I also wish to add in a good standard ssd as well, my current standard ssd in it is unfortanetly dramless which I didn't really know about at the time, and I feel like when running games on that it acts not as well as an ssd should. I wish that my cpu cooler and the fans with it would sync up with my other devices, also my mouse and speakers so it would be all one light sync.
    $4,637.79
    TwistedFoo
  • The Combine #BitWit thumbnail

    The Combine #BitWit The Combine #BitWit

    I Built this computer for GTAV Roleplay, I was gonna bring Real World Justice to GTA Online. But! Fortunately for me I... I Built this computer for GTAV Roleplay, I was gonna bring Real World Justice to GTA Online. But! Fortunately for me I discovered the world of PC Gaming before I got too far into that so it no doubt saved me from what would have otherwise been an overtly Toxic Death. Anyways! The build sort of evolved from there, I started with a 3800x and 5700xt with like 32 Gigs of ram, but now its spiraled out of control into a 5950x with a 6900XT, 64 gigs of Ram because ya know, why compromise? Haven't done the Custom loop yet as I bend hardline tubing like a Helicopter crashes so it would probably be in the best interest of myself as my system that I leave that alone for the time being. SO! Thats about the rundown on the build, I'm planning on upgrading it through the years as new parts come out, would like to try to keep it All AMD, but depends on how the next couple of years go. Either way, thanks for looking.
    $4,619.91
    ZERO S
  • Alien Conqueror Build thumbnail

    Alien Conqueror Build Alien Conqueror Build

    This is not this customer’s first experience with Micro Center - he has come to us several times with this case before and... This is not this customer’s first experience with Micro Center - he has come to us several times with this case before and knew our abilities. He decided that his original build in this Cougar Conqueror Case was outdated, so he did some research and decided on what he wanted including what components of the original build could be used. This is no ordinary computer, with its open air case with all see through panels the cable management was a feat on its own, the customer made it very clear that this build would be a thing of pride something to show off to all of his fans. It included FOUR RGB Trident RAM sticks - the ones that look like diamonds! Amazing graphics were not enough, he needed out of this world real life graphics, so he chose TWO Gigabyte RTX 2080ti graphics cards that he could run in SLI mode. A silent all in one liquid cooler from Corsair fitted with RGB fans and TWO SSD's - one from the original build plus one brand new!
    $4,612.88
    MC-Westbury
  • #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables thumbnail

    #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables #Bitwit All RGB, No Custom Cables

    I've always wanted to build a PC, especially a watercooled one, so I went all out for my first build! I mainly built it for... I've always wanted to build a PC, especially a watercooled one, so I went all out for my first build! I mainly built it for gaming and VR, but I also want to get into streaming or recording a bit. Currently, my main 5 games are GTA V, Dead By Daylight, Fall Guys, Beat Saber, and Phasmophobia (it's even better in VR).There won't be a need to upgrade most of my parts for at least 5 years, but it is expected to last me 10 years with proper maintenance and partial upgrades around 5 years. I'm sorry Bitwit, I still haven't replaced the PCIe/Motherboard cables with custom ones!! Total cost of everything ended up being close to $6000
    $4,610.90
    Dave T
  • Mid Life Crysis thumbnail

    Mid Life Crysis Mid Life Crysis

    This build has kinda taken on a life of its own and I am nowhere near done with it. At first I was going to get an AIO and... This build has kinda taken on a life of its own and I am nowhere near done with it. At first I was going to get an AIO and then decided to go the custom loop route, I will be adding another radiator and liquid cooled GPU when the new Nvidia cards launch. I will also be working on some mods for the case as well for the first time, cutting a acrylic panel and using it for pass through fittings to run water lines behind the case and for a cleaner look as well.
    $4,605.44
    Jake82
  • Nebula thumbnail

    Nebula Nebula

    Pretty much made for gaming as its sole purpose. I have a wide range of games I play, some as simple as Garry's Mod all the... Pretty much made for gaming as its sole purpose. I have a wide range of games I play, some as simple as Garry's Mod all the way to something unplayable without a ridiculous PC like Star Citizen. Only thing I'd change is the case, no room for a large modular PSU and the drive tray at the same time so for the time being I've ditched the HDD's and am running on only the two M.2 SSD's. I'm planning out another build for a buddy of mine which will essentially be a more polished version of my original with the changes I would've made, going with a Fractal Design Meshify S2 for that one.
    $4,574.84
    Tyler D
  • The Gentleman's Workshop #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    The Gentleman's Workshop... The Gentleman's Workshop #MicroCenterMadness

    Being both an avid gamer & online entrepreneur, I wanted to create a rustic & minimal space that could fit the purpose of... Being both an avid gamer & online entrepreneur, I wanted to create a rustic & minimal space that could fit the purpose of both passions. I decided to build a workshop style desk from Douglas Fir wood & use that to begin building the theme of my setup. I wanted it to come off with a "Gentleman" vibe, which is why I decided to name it "The Gentleman's Workshop". When building out my PC, I wanted RGB but a very humble RGB that would blend well with the warm tones of the Edison bulbs and space. That's why I decided to choose orange, however, these can be changed at anytime to switch up the aesthetics. I'm sure you also notice the Space X touch within the case. I chose this as my Kraken Z73 background to stay inspired when I'm in work mode. Now that my build is complete, when I'm not running my E-commerce businesses online, I enjoy playing titles like Star Citizen, Hell Let Loose, Flight Simulator VR, & occasionally World of Warcraft. I also enjoy just about any other common FPS & MMORPG. As future changes to the build go, I would maybe consider swapping out the Motherboard for something higher quality and more updated but for now, my MSI X570 Gaming Edge Wifi gets the job done! Overall, I'm extremely happy with the build and will most likely keep it minimal and clean. Less is more here! **All components purchased at my local Microcenter**
    $4,567.90
    Anthony T
  • Superman thumbnail

    Superman Superman

    Superman is a multi-purpose desktop built in late 2018 to game, develop, and, in the era of covid-19, to work. I play mostly... Superman is a multi-purpose desktop built in late 2018 to game, develop, and, in the era of covid-19, to work. I play mostly League of Legends (Zilean main, any support mains out there?), Heroes of the Storm, and Minecraft, which are all handed beautifully by the GeForce GTX 1080. For development, I'm part of a small team of < 10 people helping to make an Unreal Engine game Protoball (protoballgame.com, currently in open beta, check it out!). I also worked on the Community Dev team for Natural Selection 2 doing Lua script development and server mods. Lastly, for work, I'm a Cloud Security Engineer who loves building and securing systems in Amazon Web Services. Geeks gonna geek. The GTX 1080 has served me well, but I'm really looking forward to spending ~$500 (wink wink) on a new GTX 3000-series card! I'm absolutely in love with my setup, and hope that with a new card it will last me another 4-5 years before I build Superman's successor, Eradicator.
    $4,563.96
    Christian M
  • Scoot thumbnail

    Scoot Scoot

    First build in awhile; From 7th gen to 10th. This build is mainly for multimedia purposes such as audio, and video editing;... First build in awhile; From 7th gen to 10th. This build is mainly for multimedia purposes such as audio, and video editing; along side with some gaming.
    $4,559.90
    ifmofficial
  • Turing Machine Refresh thumbnail

    Turing Machine Refresh Turing Machine Refresh

    Updated the Z390 build. Went with PCMR theme. First custom loop. Working on hard tubing, adding another radiator and GPU... Updated the Z390 build. Went with PCMR theme. First custom loop. Working on hard tubing, adding another radiator and GPU waterblock for future projects. Video editing and gaming machine.
    $4,558.34
    BJay2K
  • 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
  • Magnum Opus #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Magnum Opus #MicroCenterMadness Magnum Opus #MicroCenterMadness

    A computer to end all computers A computer to end all computers
    $4,553.42
    Student117
  • Project Poseidon thumbnail

    Project Poseidon Project Poseidon

    This is my daily driver rig rebuilt. I used a barbed fitting on the previous incarnation and as a result, had a soft tube... This is my daily driver rig rebuilt. I used a barbed fitting on the previous incarnation and as a result, had a soft tube blow out and leak coolant everywhere. The goal of this was to be half artwork half super computer.
    $4,548.94
    Laert S
  • Big Ferocious PC (BFPC) thumbnail

    Big Ferocious PC (BFPC) Big Ferocious PC (BFPC)

    I started building this machine 2 years ago, and have upgrading part by part until I got to where I am now. I built this... I started building this machine 2 years ago, and have upgrading part by part until I got to where I am now. I built this monster PC mainly for gaming, with the SUPER light YouTube production on the side. I play anything from Forza Horizon 4, to Fortnite, to Immortals: Fenyx Rising. I also take the road down nostalgia lane and play some Bloons TD6. Although gaming is its main purpose, I'm doing online school on it too, as I do not own a laptop. As for future upgrades, I'm looking into waiting until DDR5 becomes mainstream, as both my motherboard and CPU are perfectly fine right now. I could go with an i9 10900K or a R7 5800X, but that's just not worth my money for the maybe 10-15% performance uplift. If anyone is wondering how the GPU hybrid kit does, I have never seen the GPU core above 50-55 degrees C when playing games (keep in mind, the fans are only running at about 40-50%, so its nice and quiet too). As for the Galahad AIO I have in here, it cools my 5GHz 9700k very well, have never seen it above 70 degrees C. Don't mind my crummy cable management, this case is good, but not stellar for cable management. But then again, I do have extension cables so 100% of the regular PSU cables in the back of the case.
    $4,542.91
    Josh024
  • Magma thumbnail

    Magma Magma

    Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same... Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same game.
    $4,528.77
    rapz
  • Crysis' Nightmare thumbnail

    Crysis' Nightmare Crysis' Nightmare

    I built this PC mainly for gaming and just all around entertainment. It defiantly was a challenge to get my hands on a 3080... I built this PC mainly for gaming and just all around entertainment. It defiantly was a challenge to get my hands on a 3080 Ti witch replaced my RX 6700 XT. Ended up paying $1600, witch I think was a decent deal. I'm Just waiting on some corsair rgb extension cables to get my Corsair LS100 kit working. Other then that it is finally complete!
    $4,509.96
    Riley M
  • My current setup thumbnail

    My current setup My current setup

    Very overkill for gaming and streaming. Can run all triple A games at max setting with great frames, I currently run modern... Very overkill for gaming and streaming. Can run all triple A games at max setting with great frames, I currently run modern warfare at all max setting 120+ fps. If I could do over one upgrade that I would have changed is the mobo. The Lian Li case is fantastic and can fit up to 9 fans.
    $4,506.77
    ideologies
  • The Dragon: Command & Control Center - 2019 Build thumbnail

    The Dragon: Command & Control Center -... The Dragon: Command & Control Center - 2019 Build

    The Dragon was a build in the works for about 6 months to accumulate the necessary parts and aesthetics without destroying... The Dragon was a build in the works for about 6 months to accumulate the necessary parts and aesthetics without destroying my poor, poor wallet all in one go. Its purpose was primarily for gaming though it is also used for software development (personal and work related), cyber security (pentesting, malware analysis, cracking, etc), and entertainment (streaming and media server). When gaming, I aim for multiplayer usually Overwatch or PUBG though I spend a portion of time in single player games such as Fallout, Just Cause, Witcher and Civilization VI. I tend to contribute to a few open source projects in my free time and also do work in web development so it doubles as a fantastic development and testing environment, especially with the amount of tasks I can spin up thanks to the Ryzen 3700X. My only two slight disappointments with the build, which I plan on changing in the future are that I didn't upgrade to a 2080 Ti (preferably the Gigabyte AORUS XTREME, cause its such a beautiful card), and that I didn't dump out even more money for a 3900X, which I likely will not be upgrading since it'd be overkill on my wallet for little extra visible benefit. Personally, I found this build to be an absolute pleasure to put together despite my sometimes questionable use of cable ties and not having more than 2 hands! Thanks to the use of a Corsair Commander Pro I managed to keep my fan and RGB cables neat and clean, but I admit that as far as cable management goes, its not my proudest work on the backside. C'est la vie ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It provides all the performance you'd expect from the parts and I so far have not had any issues with any of the software or games I have run on it. It eats through gaming, streaming shows, and running multiple development servers simultaneously like a dream, but the unfortunate trade-off is that my beefy Zotac 1080Ti AMP Extreme spits out more heat than an average fireplace. Since I'm aiming for an upgrade in the future, this may rectify itself nicely since I know the airflow in the case keeps fresh enough thanks to 9 fans. All in all, my favorite build to date. - jkmalan
    $4,498.75
    jkmalan
  • My baby. thumbnail

    My baby. My baby.

    I built this computer for gaming and streaming purposes. I play mostly Fortnite and cod. I built this computer for gaming and streaming purposes. I play mostly Fortnite and cod.
    $4,483.80
    Jam R
  • Linus Tech Tips Build a Gaming PC with Me thumbnail

    Linus Tech Tips "Build a Gaming PC with... Linus Tech Tips "Build a Gaming PC with Me"

    A fresh build from Linus of Linus Tech Tips featuring a Ryzen 9 5900X and ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 with vertical positioning.... A fresh build from Linus of Linus Tech Tips featuring a Ryzen 9 5900X and ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 with vertical positioning. Why? Because he was bored. Watch the full build (including more than a little bit of case modification!) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwwgBB8l2vs
    $4,449.92
    Micro C
  • The Lamp thumbnail

    The Lamp The Lamp

    As streamer with a new new studio I wanted to be able to have a kickin' rig for guests to use that was also visible as part... As streamer with a new new studio I wanted to be able to have a kickin' rig for guests to use that was also visible as part of my set. Enter: The Lamp; cosmetics were my focus with an eye for the practical.The idea was that this system would also be a slot-in replacement for my main rig should it ever give me trouble. All I'd have to do is throw in a higher tier Ryzen CPU, like a 3950x and my streaming game and content game would be back where it needs to be! Forgot to add the Strimer RGB cable extensions to the list but they are AMAZING and really tie the whole thing together! A MUST for anyone who likes pretty things and they are incredibly high quality to boot!
    $4,449.79
    Erik H
  • Oracle - Batman Beyond Build thumbnail

    Oracle - Batman Beyond Build Oracle - Batman Beyond Build

    This is my primary rig, for gaming and video editing This is my primary rig, for gaming and video editing
    $4,439.89
    tucci999
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    Gallandof Gallandof

    Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer
    $4,404.78
    gallandof