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  • Purple Pixel Pusher thumbnail

    Purple Pixel Pusher Purple Pixel Pusher

    Built with a primary purpose of gaming, but ended up as a remote work from home station as well. I've played a lot of... Built with a primary purpose of gaming, but ended up as a remote work from home station as well. I've played a lot of Satisfactory over the almost 4 years this build has been up, along with games like: Control, Half Life Alyx, Mass Effect LE, Star Wars Fallen Order, ect. This was also my first forray into liquid cooling in the 16 years I've been building PC's. I'm in the process of a multistage overhaul, coded "Red Pheonix." I just swapped out the previous 8700k for a 12700k, swapping the front fans for Noctua Chromax for increased airflow. Once the 4000 series drops, I'm swapping the 2080ti for a 4080.
    $3,274.95
    yokmosho
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    abenazve abenazve

    Gpu shortage gaming pc, mainly built for competitive games like apex or warzone but also for turn based strategy games. And... Gpu shortage gaming pc, mainly built for competitive games like apex or warzone but also for turn based strategy games. And I didn’t want to deal with water so I decided to go full air cooling. It was originally mid to high end pc. Planning to use a 3070 ti or 3080 with a 12th gen i5. However due to the chip shortage I was only able to get a 6900xt, and so I switched to a 1000W power supply and Then the i5 felt inadequate so switched to an i7 (i9 runs too hot and it’s just smidge faster for gaming and I don’t do a lot of multithreaded workload). Added 4tb of m.2 pcie4 storage (2tb sabrent rocket and 2tb samsung 980pro) After the upgrade I had a high end pc so I got a Samsung odyssey g7 240Hz 1440p.
    $3,276.92
    Isaac D
  • RazorX thumbnail

    RazorX RazorX

    For streaming gaming. For streaming gaming.
    $3,277.91
    SHOUKATHUDDIN M
  • Everything ICUE thumbnail

    Everything ICUE Everything ICUE

    2020 was the right time to completely overhaul my Gaming Rig. As an RGB fan and a Corsair fanboy through and through I... 2020 was the right time to completely overhaul my Gaming Rig. As an RGB fan and a Corsair fanboy through and through I decided to go all in. As a Microcenter employee there was no better place to get everything I needed all at once than my own store in St.Davids PA. Every component I selected was carefully planed out with advice from our BYO staff to fit MY needs and desires , not theirs. It is very easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer number of options and frills or to even understand WHY one component would be a better fit over one that is seemingly the same. This is a 1440p focused gaming rig that can chew through any new AAA title with features maxed and mid range titles at excess of 120fps without breaking a sweat. Because Ryzen and RTX chips take advantage of thermal throttling to maintain consistent performance I decided on a fully Corsair Hydro X hard line liquid cooling loop. With this configuration my GPU idles at 27c and under a full load caps out at 42c and my CPU idles at around 38c and caps out at 68c under load. By maintaining temps below the thermal threshold while under load I can be comfortable knowing that I am getting every mhz of potential power I paid for. As a fan of corsair peripherals and their ICUE rgb system I chose a 680x case. Because corsair believes in broad compatibility every fan and cooling component has various options for placement. That is not to say if you are going Hydro X that you have to use a corsair case. Cases are like shoes, you like what you like. At the same time , dont start with the case unless you are doing a SFF build... Pick the parts you want and find a case you like that both accommodates the current build but provides you with enough flexibility to make future upgrades if need be. I also opted to place 2x 2tb Inland Premium NVME SSDs in RAID 0 , not for performance as the gains are negligible, but for the vanity reason of having a single 4tb drive to install everything to the same drive letter. This is one extravagance I strongly recommend against if you are unfamiliar with maintaining a raid as you may find yourself in a situation where you could loose everything and need to rebuild it. IF you do opt for a NVME RAID configuration , do so knowing that on X570 chipsets currently you must disconnect all SATA devices from the motherboard every time you update the BIOS or revert back to default BIOS settings for any reason or the machine will not post. Hard line liquid cooling can be daunting and can seriously damage components if any one component is not installed properly, but this build could just as easily been done with safer albeit less visually appealing soft tubes. The service departments in Microcenter stores will also work with you to design and assemble a custom cooling loops. It takes a lot of time and patience to make the proper bends to make a truly awe inspiring build and our people really know their stuff. As someone who has been liquid cooling computers since Koolance began making consumer products (20 years?) I was over confident and opted to do it myself. But again every tool and material I needed was available in store for my immediate satisfaction. You may however notice that despite my experience and even with careful and meticulous planning and measuring one of my bends ended up a little bit off. While I fully intend to replace the run, it doesn't look bad at all. The reason I did not replace it before filling is quite simple, these bends were a test run for my even more daunting next attempt... A no angled fitting glass tube run (start TBD). I also intend to swap the motherboard and pcie power cables with cablemods colored cloth braided extensions. COVID-19 has brought much of the world to a halt but Microcenter has been open through it all and we will continue to serve the country in making sure you can get all of the technology needed to keep working and be entertained in your own home. *some components are not availble via the part selector so i included current SKUs in the comments so that you may search microcenter.com . I also omitted peripherals but I utilize all corsair. K95 Platinum Keyboard - Dark Core SE mouse - Void Pro headphones - ST100 Headphone stand - MM800 RGB mouse pad (prefer RGB over the MM1000 Qi because i have a wireless charge on my desk anyway)
    $3,279.61
    Michael S
  • Equalizer thumbnail

    Equalizer Equalizer

    Build for competitive gaming, and music creation. Build for competitive gaming, and music creation.
    $3,279.95
    Brian M
  • r7 3800x/RTX 3080 Gaming PC thumbnail

    r7 3800x/RTX 3080 Gaming PC r7 3800x/RTX 3080 Gaming PC

    Gaming... Halo MCC/Infinite, RDR2, Control, Borderlands series, Apex Legends, Rocket League, AC: Odyssey, Far Cry series,... Gaming... Halo MCC/Infinite, RDR2, Control, Borderlands series, Apex Legends, Rocket League, AC: Odyssey, Far Cry series, Cyberpunk 2077, Horizon Zero Dawn, Life is Strange series, Skyrim, Fallout, DOOM, MS Flight Simulator, various other games. I play on a superwide monitor at 5120x1440 and this system generally runs around 80-100 fps at high to ultra on most new games.
    $3,280.44
    windfish113
  • I'm Not Batman thumbnail

    I'm Not Batman I'm Not Batman

    In 2008 I graduated from college with a degree in Information Systems and Science. Around that time every family and friend... In 2008 I graduated from college with a degree in Information Systems and Science. Around that time every family and friend would call me with all computer and electronic needs (lol). However during that time I was not well educated about the insides of computer and thought the best way to help would be to build a desktop PC myself. Around 2012 after doing some research I finally started building my own PC which has become the main talking point when someone enters my home. There are two questions that come every time someone sees it 1) Are you Batman? 2) Are you doing security for the entire block? The PC has many of the original parts from when I built it in 2012 except the graphics card. I originally had XFX Radeon HD 7970 3GB graphics card to help power the PC and display on the six monitors but the card died on me a year ago. I now have a Radeon RX 580 GPU (supporting up to five monitors) and use the last monitor to connect my work laptop to for dual monitor support. The build has a Samsung 830 series 256GB solid state drive, three 2TB internal hard drives, ASUS Rampage IV Extreme Intel motherboard, an Intel i7-3930K six-core processor, G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 16GB DDR3 ram all powered by a CORSAIR AX1200 power block and cooled by a CORSIAR H100 liquid CPU Cooler (and several fans). This is all housed in CORSAIR Bosidian Series 800D tower while using a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard and Cyborg R.A.T 7 mouse. This was probably overkill for someone who just wanted to learn and build their own PC but the setup allowed me to multi-task tremendously while studying for my MBA, allow to play some games with level graphics (StarCraft being one of my favorites) but most importantly offer suggestions and guidance for friends who also wish to build their own PC. Overall the learning experience was great and to talk about the PC to this day while only changing the graphics card is amazing.
    $3,282.74
    Kris B
  • Beast 2 #Bitwit thumbnail

    Beast 2 #Bitwit Beast 2 #Bitwit

    I build my computer for sim racing. I play Assetto Corsa, Iracing. Also, I have my YouTube Channel where I do tutorial and... I build my computer for sim racing. I play Assetto Corsa, Iracing. Also, I have my YouTube Channel where I do tutorial and unboxing. I thing to upgrade the graphic card in the future for better performance.
    $3,284.87
    DIORLIN M
  • 3090 i9 build thumbnail

    3090 i9 build 3090 i9 build

    3090 & i9 3090 & i9
    $3,285.94
    ctt329
  • Shane's Build thumbnail

    Shane's Build Shane's Build

    Ultimate Gaming Machine Ultimate Gaming Machine
    $3,286.86
    Shane H
  • Intel 11th Gen thumbnail

    Intel 11th Gen Intel 11th Gen

    Productivity with some gaming; media storage Productivity with some gaming; media storage
    $3,286.92
    Zheyao L
  • My PC thumbnail

    My PC My PC

    I play loads of games, FPS mostly, I also built it for school and work. It has no trouble with anything I throw at it. I play loads of games, FPS mostly, I also built it for school and work. It has no trouble with anything I throw at it.
    $3,288.87
    Jack W
  • Lian Li Frenzy thumbnail

    Lian Li Frenzy Lian Li Frenzy

    I solely built this pc to simply game with a little bit of productivity. A little side note, I know I have a 3080 ti but... I solely built this pc to simply game with a little bit of productivity. A little side note, I know I have a 3080 ti but couldn't find it in the drop down list! :). Case fans are the Lian Li SL 120 x8! and the AIO is the EK 240 Basic.
    $3,289.92
    Derrick L
  • First build thumbnail

    First build First build

    Gaming Gaming
    $3,289.93
    wai w
  • Night Rider thumbnail

    Night Rider Night Rider

    Mostly Playing games and general browsing Mostly Playing games and general browsing
    $3,289.96
    Tom H
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    WBEAST WBEAST

    Gaming build used to run multiple displays. 1x1440p 2x1080p 1x4k. I Love to play very graphic intense games. Forza, Far Cry,... Gaming build used to run multiple displays. 1x1440p 2x1080p 1x4k. I Love to play very graphic intense games. Forza, Far Cry, etc. I want to get some more LED power cables. as well as cut a wide hole in the sheet metal below the graphics card so the PCIE power connectors Dont look as bad. I want to add another 32gb of ram and a gen 4 ssd. I currently spend my work week working from home, i am a product manager at a tools company so i spend many hours in large excel documents with several thousand lines of data. I also spend alot of time in 3d design software creating new tools. Alot more cable management and design needs to get done on this build. Will update pictures of build later.
    $3,291.90
    JOSEPH B
  • Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB thumbnail

    Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB

    Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some... Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some games on my Macbook pro as well on my Microsoft Surface Laptop. Didn't get far with my thousand dollar laptop. Was going to buy another laptop but then ended up reading and understanding about building a PC. This is my first build. The main purpose of building this pc was to play games like Watch Dog 2, Need for Speed Heat, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Call of Duty MW Warzone, GTA V, and many more. I also do a lot of construction design reviews using Autodesk programs such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Revits, Navisworks, and Bluebeam program. With the PC setup listed below, I've seen FPS between the range of 100 to 150s depending on the games I play.That's with no overclocking. I am using a Dell S3220DGF 32" Curve monitor that I later bought to replace my HP 25er monitor.
    $3,292.79
    Feng G
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    Torrent 4090 Torrent 4090

    Possibly the quietest fan-cooled gaming rig. And most parts are readily available at MC. Possibly the quietest fan-cooled gaming rig. And most parts are readily available at MC.
    $3,293.93
  • Big Boi thumbnail

    Big Boi Big Boi

    gaming love! my first ever pc build gaming love! my first ever pc build
    $3,293.94
    Justin P
  • My Gaming Build thumbnail

    My Gaming Build My Gaming Build

    Long time PC gamer built this PC for all types of games from Siege to Project Zomboid to RDR2 Long time PC gamer built this PC for all types of games from Siege to Project Zomboid to RDR2
    $3,294.94
    GTan36
  • Business in Front, Party in the Rack! thumbnail

    Business in Front, Party in the Rack! Business in Front, Party in the Rack!

    I've gone through numerous showcase PCs with hardline watercooling, RGB everywhere, and plexy/glass all around but this time... I've gone through numerous showcase PCs with hardline watercooling, RGB everywhere, and plexy/glass all around but this time I wanted something different. I was looking for out of sight instead of front and center. I wanted stealth but without sacrificing performance. That's when I decided to rack mount the system with my home server and networking equipment, in a separate location from my monitor and peripherals. A lot of research and inspiration from LTT and the like made it's way into this build. All external equipment is connected via Active Optical Cabling to another location so I rarely see the system and never hear it. This rig is primarily for gaming. Mainly eye candy single player games, VR, and space/flight sims.
    $3,298.94
    Jeremy S
  • ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    ITX Gaming PC ITX Gaming PC

    White Gaming Rig White Gaming Rig
    $3,299.40
    Dealio2k3
  • Configure Your PC: Tone's build thumbnail

    Configure Your PC: Tone's build Configure Your PC: Tone's build

    here you go,. this is pretty close to what i have. here you go,. this is pretty close to what i have.
    $3,299.88
    OMAR G
  • The Block thumbnail

    The Block The Block

    Pretty much built this to replace my old system been meaning to build one for over a year now but just couldn't find a gpu... Pretty much built this to replace my old system been meaning to build one for over a year now but just couldn't find a gpu finally gave in and bought a gpu bundle and now here we are!
    $3,299.95
    Elijah C