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  • Ultimate Do It All PC Build thumbnail

    Ultimate Do It All PC Build Ultimate Do It All PC Build

    If This doesn't do anything and EVERYTHING I want for the rest of my life there is a serious issue... If This doesn't do anything and EVERYTHING I want for the rest of my life there is a serious issue...
    $13,381.64
    Steven B
  • ROGZILLA!!! thumbnail

    ROGZILLA!!! ROGZILLA!!!

    This is my first gaming station. I decided to just go all out and get mostly ASUS ROG products. Little overkill from what... This is my first gaming station. I decided to just go all out and get mostly ASUS ROG products. Little overkill from what I'm told but I'm really happy with it all. The fact that I switched over from Xbox specifically for VR is hilarious. I will never buy another console. I sadly paid a scalper for my Strix 3090 because I did not want to wait for the unseeable future. Very happy to have the help of Greg and David to help build this monster! Definitely going to update all the wires. Sorry to your eyes >.<
    $12,554.20
    IlJuicemanlI
  • ROG AMD Build thumbnail

    ROG AMD Build ROG AMD Build

    I personally built this because I always wanted a computer the way that I wanted to look. Some might say that I'm a ROG... I personally built this because I always wanted a computer the way that I wanted to look. Some might say that I'm a ROG fanboy :)
    $8,174.73
    robert c
  • ROG Helios Build thumbnail

    ROG Helios Build ROG Helios Build

    I always wanted a watercool build and completed this build during the quarantine to keep myself busy because all outdoor... I always wanted a watercool build and completed this build during the quarantine to keep myself busy because all outdoor entertainment was closed.
    $6,638.62
    robert c
  • Draenor #BitWit thumbnail

    Draenor #BitWit Draenor #BitWit

    This is my primary gaming rig, and work from home PC. I have been a PC gamer since 1988, and have been building my own PC's... This is my primary gaming rig, and work from home PC. I have been a PC gamer since 1988, and have been building my own PC's for almost 30 years. Recent games I've been playing are Days Gone, The Accent, Red Dead Redemption II, Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Mass Effect: Legendary Edition & Control. I don't really have any future upgrades for the rig planned, but I am working on replacing the desk, doing some serious cable management and apparently some dusting after looking at my pictures I submitted.
    $6,616.72
    Kasaris
  • #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
  • NZXT : ROG FUSION thumbnail

    NZXT : ROG FUSION NZXT : ROG FUSION

    I built this rig for the primary purpose of 4K gaming, VR gaming, and learning overclocking. I built my first computer in... I built this rig for the primary purpose of 4K gaming, VR gaming, and learning overclocking. I built my first computer in 2007 in high school and since have dreamed of building another over the years. Being in school and while working my way up left me barely enough time to sleep and no money to eat. I now finally have the ability to work from home and I wanted to celebrate with a gaming pc. My brothers and best friends are big into gaming and I can finally join them! In process of building this pc I helped both of my brothers and two of my friends build their gaming pc, all with parts from microcenter at St. David’s! We can finally game together, these computers have brought us all together enduring the crazy year. About the build: Since I am a old counsel gamer I wanted my rig to be in my living room. So I paired the system with a 120hz 75” Samsung 4K 8 series tv and a bowers and Wilkins panaorama 2 sound bar. Specs: CPU: Ryzen 5600x GPU: Strix 3090 OC RAM: trident z neo 32gb 3600cl16 Storage: 1tb xpg pcie 4.0 nvme, seagate 3tb hdd PSU: Corsair AX1200 MOBO: Asus TUF x570 plus WiFi Cooling: NZXT x73 Kraken push/pull configuration Case: NZXT H710i black, custom silver cable cover
    $5,967.94
    Patrick M
  • The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower! thumbnail

    The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower! The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower!

    Here is my dual-boot Hackintosh/Windows 10 build! As a graphic designer with a dying MacBook pro, I desperately needed a... Here is my dual-boot Hackintosh/Windows 10 build! As a graphic designer with a dying MacBook pro, I desperately needed a replacement for work that could render without lagging and hours of waiting. After a while, I also decided that I wanted to game on that computer, what's the point of having two graphic cards if you won't play a couple of games. Plus, everything looks so impressive on a 5k screen, so crisp! I needed specifics parts that were compatible with Hackintosh; it was a lot of research but fun! This was my first build with a glass panel, and I felt it looked a little sad and empty. Since I also needed a place to store all my little Disney creatures, they all ended up inside it (temperatures are still surprisedly low)!
    $5,590.61
    Marie-Michele G
  • biohazard #Bitwit thumbnail

    biohazard #Bitwit biohazard #Bitwit

    Gaming rig I built mainly to play whatever game that catches my attention. Currently mainly play league of legends, skyrim(... Gaming rig I built mainly to play whatever game that catches my attention. Currently mainly play league of legends, skyrim( with lots of mods) Blazblue centralfiction, borderlands 2, Swtor Endera, warframe , and tomb raider. Also built it as a show case as well as to push my self to develop new skills. notes: got new cable on the way from cable mode they are on there way.
    $5,438.51
    Shane K
  • Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes extremes. thumbnail

    Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes... Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes extremes.

    Red Storm is built on a Gigabyte Z390 Xtreme board with an Intel i9-9900K CPU, 32gig of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM... Red Storm is built on a Gigabyte Z390 Xtreme board with an Intel i9-9900K CPU, 32gig of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM (3600MHz); 5 Samsung SSD's (2 NVMe, 3 SATA), an AMD Radeon VII GPU. For the OS, I’m running the latest 64-bit version of Windows 10 Pro, ver. 2004, build 19041.388. My Monitor is a 24-inch NEC wide gamut monitor @ 1920 x 1200. I tend to organize my files/media by drives so I use a 512gig NVME 970 Pro for my OS drive, a 1TB 970 Pro NVME for my finalized photos/work images. A 2TB 960 EVO for games, 1TB 860 EVO for music files, and 2 TB 860 EVO for on-site minor backups. This is a multimedia build used for photo editing via Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, gaming (Division 2, Metro Exodus, Skyrim), audio rips (dBpoweramp), music streaming (Plex, JRiver Media Center), and school/work (Office 365). While the system is capable of overclocks of 5.1gig, I keep it at base settings (XMP enabled) to not only insure stability, but quietness. It’s is housed in a Cooler Master H500M (mesh front) case, which has 3 case fans – a real Corsair 140mm ML (Magnetic Levitation) RGB fan, two front stock Cooler Master 200mm LED fans. The CPU cooler is a Corsair H115i Pro RGB platinum AIO with two stock 140mm ML RGB fans. The 1000-watt EVGA power supply has an Eco mode that prevents the fan from running unless the power supply is pushed. And the AMD Radeon VII (16gig of HBM VRAM) has 3 stock 75mm fans that constantly run but are silent unless pushed as in gaming (Example Division 2). The end result is an incredibly quiet build that keeps temps at bay (idle 30, loads 78ish while gaming). My room ambient temps average 76F/25C (78 summer, 74ish winter) Also connected to the PC is a Teac UD-503 USB DAC which has inputs for USB, Analogue, and Digital. I USB for clean musical sounds, and the motherboard’s built in ESS Sabre HiFi DAC (using Realtek drivers) for gaming or YouTube. I'm really happy with this build :)
    $5,230.15
    sygnus21
  • Frostbite thumbnail

    Frostbite Frostbite

    Walking through Micro Center one day to get a new fan for my good old Raidmax Smilodon case and made the mistake of walking... Walking through Micro Center one day to get a new fan for my good old Raidmax Smilodon case and made the mistake of walking past the cases, saw a core P3 black on the shelf and had to build one for myself, and so it began, which color which was a back and forth decision for some time. Had to bail on building it few times due to other circumstances and just kept researching and getting parts over I would say 2 to 3 years, some accessories are past over from last build though. Built it for gaming and just general use, do a little go-pro video editing from time to time. Really do not have any upgrade plans for the tower at this time but we all know how fast that can change. Definitely would like to in time upgrade old been through it all desk that started as a U desk and due to space keeps getting smaller and also some better cable management for the desk. Custom loop would also be a possible upgrade but do not like the idea of constantly changing the coolant and I like simple (LOL) so to be determined, that being said next will more then likely be VR. Types of games really I am all over the place, it is really whichever I got hooked on for the moment. Forth build I have technically done but always had a sidekick that honestly knows much more and this one is the first I was solo on other then texting questions and thoughts to said sidekick <(leader of what to get and do)(LOL), also is where the Klipsch 5.1 came from (great friend).
    $5,228.69
    scott e
  • The view thumbnail

    The view The view

    Hey Everyone,My build was created to game and do work. It was the last piece missing from my man cave. I wanted a clean... Hey Everyone, My build was created to game and do work. It was the last piece missing from my man cave. I wanted a clean build but powerful at the same time. I set the build up with dual 1440p ultrawide 100hz viewsonic monitors and an extra long hdmi to my 75” Samsung tv that is connected to my surround system via arc to the marantz receiver. This setup allows me to game at my desk or kick back on the couch with a controller. I also got a oculus quest with oculus link to play beat saber and Half Life Alyx!! I chose a EVGA 2080ti FTW3 ultra Oc to power all the monitors and TVs. I have made so many trips to microcenter during the building process I have become a regular and familiar with most of the associates at the St David’s location, btw they all rock! The complete specs are below: CPU: Ryzen 3600x Cooler: wraith prism GPU: evga 2080ti ftw3 ultra Oc RAM: trident z neo 3600 cl 16, 32gb Storage: nvme pcie 4.0 1tb, nvme pcie 3.0 1tb, seagate hdd 3tb 7200 Case: NZXT h710i VR: oculus quest connected via oculus link Monitors: 2x Viewsonic xg350r-c 1440p ultrawide, Samsung 75” 4K 7series Sound system: marantz 6008 receiver, dual mono block amps for front towers. Polk audio ls90 speakers with ls70 surrounds
    $4,952.93
    Patrick M
  • Linus Tech Tips Build thumbnail

    Linus Tech Tips Build Linus Tech Tips Build

    This is the PC build that Linus put together at our Tustin location. He was given a budget of $5,000 and he was able to use... This is the PC build that Linus put together at our Tustin location. He was given a budget of $5,000 and he was able to use the brand new Intel 9900KS processor. Linus decided to use the Asus TUF Gaming GT501 case with Corsair RGB fans. He built a very powerful PC including 2 Nvidia RTX 2080 TI graphics cards. Linus put this system together in our workshop and decided he wanted to sell it. With limited time left in the day, he priced this $5,000 PC at small discount for $20! The lucky customer who first noticed this PC was purchasing it as a birthday gift for her brother. Unfortunately Linus was not able to accept credit card payment at his cardboard stand, so he knocked another $5 off the price. With $15 cash in hand, he headed to Carl's Jr. after a successful, hard day of work! Thanks so much to Linus for coming out and filming in our store. We had a blast and can't wait for the next time you're in town! To see the full video visit Linus' channel here: https://youtu.be/5rwYjRzLHHI
    $4,904.83
    Micro Center
  • Beast #Bitwit thumbnail

    Beast #Bitwit Beast #Bitwit

    I build this computer with the purpose of gaming, but I also do video editing for my YouTube channel. Right now this... I build this computer with the purpose of gaming, but I also do video editing for my YouTube channel. Right now this computer has every parts that I always like, I don't think that it needs more upgrade, with the parts the computer has I will be ready for the upcoming games for few years.
    $4,870.86
    DIORLIN M
  • 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
  • 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
  • White thumbnail

    White White

    This was my first build for gaming. I decided to go big. Mostly first person shooters including Warsone and soon... This was my first build for gaming. I decided to go big. Mostly first person shooters including Warsone and soon battlefield! With thenl occasional flight simulator 2020 with full controls.
    $4,401.91
    Patrick R
  • Eclipse #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Eclipse #MicroCenterMadness Eclipse #MicroCenterMadness

    Five years ago I joined the world of building custom gaming PCs with my very first gaming desktop containing a Core i5-4690K... Five years ago I joined the world of building custom gaming PCs with my very first gaming desktop containing a Core i5-4690K and a GTX 960 2GB. Ironically enough this was also my very first time visiting my local Micro Center location about an hour drive away. I knew that this wouldn't be the final form of that system and have been upgrading on a roughly annual basis little by little; new CPU cooler here, new GPU there, real standard stuff. By the end of 2020 AMD and NVIDIA both dropped their massive architecture improvements; namely Zen 3 and Ampere. With my recent paychecks from my new part-time job saved up from Christmas break, I knew I wanted to go all out on upgrades and decided to restart from the ground up to build the ultimate system of my dreams. Behold Eclipse; my Ryzen 9 5900X and RTX 3090 FE gaming and editing PC. Yes I know the CPU and GPU are super hard to get ahold of, I feel you 100%. But let this just be a reminder to not give in to scalpers. The CPU was bought from Micro Center at MSRP and the GPU was bought from a guy looking to trade for an RTX 3080 or RX 6800 XT. He dropped the price to $1600 when I offered to meet him halfway so even if I'd have bought this GPU myself, the total would've only been $11 cheaper after tax. Even if he wanted the $1589 the card costed after tax I probably would've brought him $11 worth of food for his troubles anyway haha. I really hope you all like this rig as it was my first build with this magnitude of hardware and I think it turned out fantastic. If you wanna see the build process, I highly recommend you check out the video I made on my YouTube channel which can be found here: https://youtu.be/RJSADalELNg I do a lot of fun PC builds and other PC-tech related stuff on my channel so I'd really appreciate if you took a look. My channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXzSPKUKgC9IRt-CCvT19JQ
    $4,279.34
    George Mahramas
  • Black Clover (All-purpose, overkill, hi-end and hi-speed) thumbnail

    Black Clover (All-purpose, overkill,... Black Clover (All-purpose, overkill, hi-end and hi-speed)

    I built this rig in order to run all games at a smooth framerate in high - max settings, and also wanted an accelerated PC... I built this rig in order to run all games at a smooth framerate in high - max settings, and also wanted an accelerated PC to run multiple programs, stream and invest into digital art as well. Art and gaming are my two passions and I wanted a max-end PC that would support both endeavors and multiple activities.
    $4,103.87
    Sam O
  • Ambient Overkill thumbnail

    Ambient Overkill Ambient Overkill

    The system was originally built for benching in overclocking competitions, specifically for CPU and memory overclocking. It... The system was originally built for benching in overclocking competitions, specifically for CPU and memory overclocking. It has since been used for general web browsing and gaming, with some performance tweaking going on every now and then when I get the urge. I can bench the delidded 8700k at 5.4ghz (Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut on the die) in Cinebench and my memory runs stable at DDR4 4000 C15-15-15-30 with a Command Rate of 2. tREFI at 65535 and tRFC at 300. Every single timing has been tightened to their limits, from primaries all the way down to the last tertiary timing. RTL and IO-L values have been manually dialed in to prevent the RAM from training outside of my specifications. Currently, the least impressive aspect of my system is the graphics card. It's a stock RTX 2080 Ti using a reference PCB and modded to use my old 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid cooler. Anything is possible with a rotary tool. I plan on using a custom Heatkiller Pro IV block to replace the FTW3 hybrid cooler and eventually mod the card to support a higher power limit through shunt mods. My cooling solution is quite overkill, hence the name of this build. My CPU water block is a Heatkiller Pro IV. My loop has a massive 1260mm radiator with 18 Corsair ML140 fans in a push-pull configuration. My water never exceeds the ambient air temperature in my room. It's for this exact reason that I am able to bench my processor as high as 5.4ghz, and run at 5.1ghz stable under load. I use a standard EKWB D5 Liang pump which has a high enough flow rate to move the liquid through my radiator. To top everything off, I use a little pink desk fan to keep my motherboard VRM's cool under this heavy load. If it looks stupid but works, it's not stupid.
    $4,067.68
    Michael W B
  • Full Throttle Nonsense Rig thumbnail

    Full Throttle Nonsense Rig Full Throttle Nonsense Rig

    I do quite a bit of editing, and my old laptop was NOT keeping up with what I needed. I built this rig to handle as much... I do quite a bit of editing, and my old laptop was NOT keeping up with what I needed. I built this rig to handle as much editing software (mainly Adobe) as I could throw at it, along with the occasional game or two.
    $4,022.02
    Max B
  • 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
  • Ice Monster #Bitwit #SimpingForLyle thumbnail

    Ice Monster #Bitwit #SimpingForLyle Ice Monster #Bitwit #SimpingForLyle

    I built it primarily for gaming (CoD, Battlefield 2042, Cyberpunk, RDR2), Photoshop and lastly (but still important) to... I built it primarily for gaming (CoD, Battlefield 2042, Cyberpunk, RDR2), Photoshop and lastly (but still important) to house my Plex media server.
    $3,846.77
    Shawn M
  • The Gaming Cave thumbnail

    The Gaming Cave The Gaming Cave

    We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose. We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose.
    $3,823.80
    Anthony K