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  • Project Naga Wife's new Facebook machine thumbnail

    Project Naga Wife's new Facebook machine Project Naga Wife's new Facebook machine

    PC was built in the never ending attempted in getting my wife in into PC gaming. She likes bling so it was worth a try? PC was built in the never ending attempted in getting my wife in into PC gaming. She likes bling so it was worth a try?
    $3,189.93
    nycgtr
  • Rawdilz Bam #microcentermadness thumbnail

    Rawdilz Bam #microcentermadness Rawdilz Bam #microcentermadness

    Custom water cooled build with a 5950x OC'd to 5.1ghz, EVGA FTW3 ultra 3090 and Corsair Vengeance RGB 32gb ram @4000mhz. ... Custom water cooled build with a 5950x OC'd to 5.1ghz, EVGA FTW3 ultra 3090 and Corsair Vengeance RGB 32gb ram @4000mhz. Funny story about my CPU. Micro Center in Rockville Md. was showing one in stock. So I drove 2hrs and once I got there they told me it was a error on the website. I was so bummed out.. I started driving home and decided to check at another Micro Center in Parkville Md. I jokingly ask a sales person if they had a 5950's expecting him to say no. He then said that he think's they just received a handful just a few minutes ago. I almost fell over with excitement. OK, this is my second pc build and my first custom water pc. I built this rig for gaming mainly, But also have been flirting with xoc. Best port royal score is 14028. Wanna break that 15,000. Time Spy Extreme 10543. I consider my self a hard core gamer, have about 4000 hours in destiny. I play a lot of story driven games Witcher3, Cyberpunk, Ghost of Tsushima, Nier Automata and Half Life Alex. I built this PC just to be able to play Cyberpunk in 4k. Lol Kind of let down by the game. One thing I wish I would have done different was use all EK parts. Rads and CPU cooler. But I'm proud of the job I did on this pc. I had a lot of fun planning out the build and mapping out the piping. And I hope you enjoy the pictures. Cheers.
    $7,425.83
    Jaime Paredes
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • ROG HARD thumbnail

    ROG HARD ROG HARD

    I haven't build a desktop since May 2008. This machine is a culmination of several years of saving and several months of... I haven't build a desktop since May 2008. This machine is a culmination of several years of saving and several months of hunting parts on every possible retailer. Sitting out in the lines in front of Micro Center on cold January mornings, watching dozens upon dozens of browser tabs from every possible online retailer refreshing across six displays. Finally, it runs. 2019/2020 were some pretty rough years so this is a present to myself. Cable management isn't complete because PCIE riser cable is not PCIE4.0 compatible, and the card has to come out again at some point, the radiator also has to be remounted because supplied screws weren't quite long enough, and there is temporary hardware installed for now. AIO head unit cover is not in place until radiator is remounted (need hose slack to install).Once all cable management is complete and parts are finally in place permanently, all the peel will come off. Practically 100% ASUS ROG build, hence the build name, ROG HARD.. Raid took some effort to get working as the documentation hasn't been updated for 5000 series CPU's. Currently the system is overclocked to 4.6ghz all cores, and GPU boosts to 2025. I built this monster for 3d/2d art, CAD, 3d printing, video editing, streaming, gaming, might try some mining too, just to learn the ropes. I live streamed the build form the living room while I am remodeling the spare room into a stream studio. Once I move it into the the studio I will set up the full triple monitor lay out.
    $7,531.93
    Anthony K
  • Juggernaut thumbnail

    Juggernaut Juggernaut

    For Work: Lightroom Photoshop Premier Pro After Effects Blender HandbrakeFor Play: DCS World MSFS 2020 Cyberpunk... For Work: Lightroom Photoshop Premier Pro After Effects Blender Handbrake For Play: DCS World MSFS 2020 Cyberpunk 2077 Baldurs Gate This thing is a beast and blow my old intel setup away. I need to get a better GPU support. The dowel rod is a little out of place. I am trying to come up with something to print, but I haven’t found anything yet. I may look to upgrade the cooling system in the future. It works pretty well but I think there is room for improvement. Gaming it hits low 60’s and under heavy load in video work it will get into the low 70’s. I am considering getting 2 more fan control and rgb boards. It works fine on my current set up but I can clean up the wiring in the back a lot more if I didn’t have all of it going to a single point.
    $5,114.85
    ppennza
  • The Ultimate Work/Play Space thumbnail

    The Ultimate Work/Play Space The Ultimate Work/Play Space

    Standup Desk with built in Liquid Cooled Linux, and Windows PC's Standup Desk with built in Liquid Cooled Linux, and Windows PC's
    $6,789.91
    Daniel C
  • Captain America thumbnail

    Captain America Captain America

    This is the very 1st PC build in my 33 years of life. I feel very exciting about it, although it took me weeks of non-stop... This is the very 1st PC build in my 33 years of life. I feel very exciting about it, although it took me weeks of non-stop refreshing of all kinds of website in order to get my hands on the Gigabyte RTX 3080 and AMD Ryzen 9 5950X. I wanted to find the perfect display for my Lego marvel figures, and was surprised to find out that the space and color fits perfectly for my Captain America. Overall, I really enjoy the past 2 months of youtube parts researching, non stop website refreshing, the nervous moment of pressing the power switch for the 1st time and hopping there is no smoke coming out of the motherboard. Microcenter has been a great resource for me since they are local, and the social media accounts are very interactive and responsive. Using the quote to end my description, "This is one small step for me, one giant leap for my DIY life".
    $2,805.81
    CHEN C
  • Rainbow Road thumbnail

    Rainbow Road Rainbow Road

    It's a jack of all trades. Gaming, schooling, basically whatever I need. I like to play FPS mostly. Right I've been... It's a jack of all trades. Gaming, schooling, basically whatever I need. I like to play FPS mostly. Right I've been playing a lot of zombie games. Left 4 Dead, Killing Floor, Zombie Army Trilogy.
    $5,587.80
    TheGrandFinale2001
  • Giveaway junkie thumbnail

    Giveaway junkie Giveaway junkie

    For gaming streaming and folding at home For gaming streaming and folding at home
    $1,587.97
    Gregory G
  • Professional Video Editing thumbnail

    Professional Video Editing Professional Video Editing

    I'm a videographer with the State Department and have always used either an iMac or Mac Pro for editing in Premiere and... I'm a videographer with the State Department and have always used either an iMac or Mac Pro for editing in Premiere and AfterEffects. After experiencing a forced reboot to Mojave because of driver incompatibility with Catalina, I decided I needed more control and frankly power. So I converted to PC. Since my primary workflow is in Premiere I decided to go with the Ryzen 9 3950X paired with an RTX 2060 Super SC Ultra 8gb. Since I usually travel for work (pre-COVID) I also needed something portable. Hence choosing the Sliger SM580. At 15.8 liters it's pretty compact and easy to transport when I need my workstation mobile. MOBO is a Gigabyte B550 I AORUS PRO AX, with Team T-FORCE VULCAN Z 64GB (2 x 32GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200, SAMSUNG 970 EVO M.2 2280 1TB, Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe 4.0 Gen4 PCIe M.2 on the back. PSU is a Seasonic FOCUS SGX-650, 650W 80+, and to keep things cool I'm using the NZXT Kraken X63. OC is 4.35 at 1.15v with XMP enabled (Mem & FCLK @1600) This is my first build and fortunately, it has been put to work as quickly as I could get it running! Looking forward to maybe trying to go smaller... ;)
    $2,294.91
    Caleb G
  • Hello Badmind thumbnail

    Hello Badmind Hello Badmind

    I Build this PC for a all in one. I'm all over the place trying new programs to new games u name it i want to try at least... I Build this PC for a all in one. I'm all over the place trying new programs to new games u name it i want to try at least once. I play games from , Among Us all the way to triple a titles like Cod and AC.
    $4,157.77
    shizzy01
  • Red Scare thumbnail

    Red Scare Red Scare

    My very first custom-built PC. This machine serves me as a productivity workstation and allows for a decent gaming... My very first custom-built PC. This machine serves me as a productivity workstation and allows for a decent gaming experience.
    $2,639.96
    Richard T
  • LiquiDeus thumbnail

    LiquiDeus LiquiDeus

    I built this computer to game, edit my photography, and create 4k video content for YouTube or clients. I mostly play Rocket... I built this computer to game, edit my photography, and create 4k video content for YouTube or clients. I mostly play Rocket League (GC), CoD Warzone, and Fall Guys. I'm about to start my own YouTube channel to teach what I've learned on photography and videography, but I've have been creating content for other channels that aren't mine. It's been a dream of mine to give back to the YouTube community because I've learned so much there. I've been waiting for a worthwile upgrade on the GPU, and the RTX 3080 seems to be the perfect card for me. Can't wait to get it and put it to the test.
    $4,309.88
    Davant
  • The Aquarium thumbnail

    The Aquarium The Aquarium

    I built this gaming rig in order to work with my son who is really into computers now. We built in a Thermaltake Tower 900... I built this gaming rig in order to work with my son who is really into computers now. We built in a Thermaltake Tower 900 case using an ASUS AMD AM4 ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) with a 3950X CPU. We are running a FTW3 Ultra 2080 Ti with an custom EKWB. Both CPU and GPU are piped into a custom loop with a 480mm EKWB radiator, fittings, D-5 pump, clear tubing and EKWB acid green fluid for the life blood. There are a total of 11 RGB fans mounted in the case. There is 2TB of Gen 4 M.2 storage, 1 TB of Gen 3 M.2 storage, and 2TB of storage on a 7200RPM standard hard drive. We acquired all of the pieces over several months and began final assembly in April this year and completed the build in around a week in our spare time. It was a lot of fun building this and having my son (who is a senior this year) assisting on the build. It games like a champ without ever getting warmer then mid 70C. I play Control, BF-5, Red Dead 2, Overwatch, and multiple other games whenever I have the chance. Really looking forward to the reviews on the new 30 series cards! I also have a second Intel build which is in desperate need of a 30 series GPU. It is a 9900K on an Aorus Xtreme MOBO, built inside of the new White NZXT 710I case. It currently has a leftover emergency use only 1050 Ti in it and it is not happy, ;-)
    $1,597.95
    Ed Barger
  • Blue Devil thumbnail

    Blue Devil Blue Devil

    Built for gaming/streaming and to drool over every day that I get the chance to look at it Built for gaming/streaming and to drool over every day that I get the chance to look at it
    $3,489.92
    Joe DiFonzo
  • Mid Century Modern PC thumbnail

    Mid Century Modern PC Mid Century Modern PC

    This is my gaming and production rig. I built everything from the desk to the tower itself, it's aesthetically pleasing and... This is my gaming and production rig. I built everything from the desk to the tower itself, it's aesthetically pleasing and wonderfully custom with just enough future proofing.
    $6,137.79
    Nicholas W
  • My First Build/Cad Workstation thumbnail

    My First Build/Cad Workstation My First Build/Cad Workstation

    I needed a 3D CAD workstation for home. Prebuilt options near specs I required were $500-$1000 more than budget allowed. I’m... I needed a 3D CAD workstation for home. Prebuilt options near specs I required were $500-$1000 more than budget allowed. I’m fairly tech savvy so decided to give custom pc building a go. After a solid month of research and Microcenter’s pc builder I pulled the trigger. The X570 motherboard has plenty of room for expansion and upgrades. Combined with AMD chip allows utilization of gen 4 M.2. Pcie slots allow for future graphics card upgrades. 850w power supply leaves plenty of headroom for expansion and upgrades. In order to stay in budget I sacrificed slightly on graphics card. Won’t effect functionality until switching to 2020 software upgrade later in 2021. Also saved on ram and case. Pretty pleased with case airflow. Need to swap fans to push air thru radiator but case is a pain and don’t want to remove cooler from cpu again. Rewired entire build after a couple weeks. Plenty of room and openings to secure groups based on type or location of wire origin. Ram’s ok. Will upgrade to 32g cards eventually and move to lower latency. When said and done I have a solid workhorse that will carry me thru several future upgrades and remain software capable for several years. Took one nerve racking night and an afternoon to assemble. The education of hands on assembly and initial setup was worth the cost to play. Didn’t fry anything!
    $2,559.90
    Kyle A
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    White Ninja White Ninja

    I built this computer for a couple of reasons. The sole purpose was for video editing and music creation. Secondly was to... I built this computer for a couple of reasons. The sole purpose was for video editing and music creation. Secondly was to play some light gaming and virtual lab testing system. I am a Musician/IT technician, and music/video is a big part of what I do. So, I needed something that could handle both, and do other things in the process without having to choose weather to close programs because the components are lacking. I use Adobe premiere, photoshop, aftereffects, media encoder, and DaVinci Resolve for video creation and editing. For music I use Pro Tools and Reason. For games I do mostly racing and sports. For my virtual system I use VMware for my test labs for work. With all that said, building something powerful, stable and can handle everything is crucial. I have always used intel for my pass builds but I decided to take a jump to AMD for the first time and must its been great. Went with the Ryzen 3950x and it just powers through everything. Check out the parts I used, some might be overkill but why not lol. I do not like ordering things online and having to wait. So, Microcenter was just the best place to get all the parts I needed to create this build. Just want to say thank you and for making my dream possible.
    $3,792.92
    Nat E
  • IN-WIN 915 thumbnail

    IN-WIN 915 IN-WIN 915

    After building the Zenith Extreme AMD 1900x, was looking for a new build with the X570 Chip After building the Zenith Extreme AMD 1900x, was looking for a new build with the X570 Chip
    $7,260.90
    hd_sporty
  • 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
  • VDI Server thumbnail

    VDI Server VDI Server

    VDI Server for Mike VDI Server for Mike
    $1,674.89
    crossr1
  • AMD 3950X Workhorse, Creator Build thumbnail

    AMD 3950X Workhorse, Creator Build AMD 3950X Workhorse, Creator Build

    I used to build PCs for friends and family when I was a teenager. It was the days of the 386 and 486s had just come on the... I used to build PCs for friends and family when I was a teenager. It was the days of the 386 and 486s had just come on the market. The PC I took to college was a 386 DX40 with the extra math coprocessor, 4MB of RAM and a 40MB hard drive. However, as I got older, I guess I got lazy and succumbed to the prebuilts, buying a mix of Dells, Gateways and even an Apple or two. Fast forward 25 years and my decade old PC was struggling to keep up, so I decided it was time to get a new one. Since my my pre-teen daughter is taking an interest in technology and digital art, I wanted to build a PC with her so she can start learning all the components' names and functions. Who knows, maybe one day she'll want to build one of her own. It all went together within an afternoon and should be easy to maintain thanks to the case design and layout. It's not a gamer, show piece but it will plow through all the Adobe and animation applications I can throw at it. I'm not a gamer, so this was spec'ed more for creativity, rendering and to help support my hobby as a photographer. The benchmarks were done right after installing the OS, with no overclocking or tweaking of any kind. While the machine is up and running, the space towards the front where many people mount a vertical 360 radiator is empty, so I'm toying with the idea of making something with my 3D printer and a sheet of acrylic to give it a little personalized flare. Feel free to comment below if you have any ideas on what I could do there.... Hans Solo in Carbonite??!?!
    $4,204.87
    pittbug