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  • WorkstationX thumbnail

    WorkstationX WorkstationX

    I've build this for a “every day every type of task” purpose. It should be good at doing all kinds of work without being... I've build this for a “every day every type of task” purpose. It should be good at doing all kinds of work without being too specific in a job. Tasks that will handle the most are graphical applications, coding, VM, 3D modeling and very little rendering (4 to 5 applications open and working together all the time is a must). I also use all the major OS’s and it needs to be versatily in that front. Currently not playing games but could always do in the future. ———— Applications that I use on a daily basis are: - Video editing (DaVinci, HitFilm) - Affinity (Photo, Designer) - Nuke/Fusion/Natron (motion graphics, compositing and VFX ) - Substance Allegorithmic softwares (3D materials) - Occasionally 3D modeling. - Occasionally software development with virtual machines for code testing on multiple platforms. ———— - Video editing wise I am able to handle 1080p like nothing. Currently don't need to do 4k videos (I might in the future) but I am pretty sure it should’t be a problem at all. When exporting things are a bit different and it depends on the timeline, how many layers, effects and so on. More cores would be better, but so far it has been a breeze. I was able to move from 5 layers at 720p to a 5 layer at 1080p and don’t even feel the weight. —— - Graphic design wise I have plenty of headroom for my current workflow. Layered based applications tend to prefer single core speed and the 10900k is spot on. Some project have couple of hunders of layers or are .exr 32 bit multi render passes and it doesn’t even blink. I am sure the GPU will bottleneck at some point but so far no problem. —— - 3D wise It would say its definitely not the best as the GPU is not quite there in terms of performance. It does not really suffer much in Real Time Rendering applications but on some heavy GPU compute tasks it just takes quite a bit and can be easly outperfomed by the CPU. NVIDIA cards would have an upper hand in the majority of cases. Modeling on the other hand, since is mostly done in the viewport without shading, because is handled mostly by the CPU, no problem there. —— In retrospec things I would have done differently/better are: - Check the measurements! (Case - GPU length) and (CPU cooler - Motherboard) are probably the more important. They made me change things a couple of times and lost days. - 64 RAM is a bit much. I am constantly around 15/20GB mark and I thought the more the better but so far I haven’t come even close to the 32GB. I would have probably waited a bit more before buying another stick and use that money for other components. The day that you reach 32GB constantly and its slowing down your work, then go for it. - Graphics card: I would have preferred a NVIDIA card for drivers compatibility. - 970 Evo Pro/Plus m.2 ssd's are insanely fast, so much so that I think that going 1k W/R below what I have right now (3k W/R) would not make much difference but it would save you some money for other stuff. —— Upgrade for the future - Finish the fan setup. - Waiting for the next gen graphics cards. Hoping for RDNA 2 to ramp up the competition and have more support integration. - Having an extra ssd for archive is never a bad choice. - Motherboard has only 1 usb 3 gen.1, but case has 2 so might need a PCIE usb header. - Also motherboard has 2 usb 2 and would like to expand that.
    $2,887.74
    Virgil S
  • Midlife Crisis thumbnail

    Midlife Crisis Midlife Crisis

    The exact reasoning behind this build is because of the hardline builds I see in Microcenter on display. I've always loved... The exact reasoning behind this build is because of the hardline builds I see in Microcenter on display. I've always loved the look of a hardline water-cooled system and I decided it's now or never and to overcome my fear of messing up a project like this.
    $5,113.93
    Marchand
  • KTM thumbnail

    KTM KTM

    Gaming Gaming
    $3,169.91
    Magnus Fightmaster
  • My First Build Ever! thumbnail

    My First Build Ever! My First Build Ever!

    I wanted to get back into the PC scene. Its been awhile. However I wanted and all around PC that I could do pretty much... I wanted to get back into the PC scene. Its been awhile. However I wanted and all around PC that I could do pretty much anything on. I have always bought the standard prebuilt machines over the years and wanted something to call my own not HP or Dell HAHA. It was a little overwhelming at first but the associates at Microcenter pointed me in the right direction for everything and asked really good questions. Very Helpful. But I'm extremely happy with the perfomance and products I chose. Now looking forward to the next build and upgrades. LOL
    $2,225.88
    Ray F
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    Crimtide Crimtide

    I started building my own desktops in 1995 when I was 12 years old. I have been an avid PC gamer the entire time. Starting... I started building my own desktops in 1995 when I was 12 years old. I have been an avid PC gamer the entire time. Starting out with simple games like IRON HELIX and now I just play a lot of Sea of Thieves, PUBG, WoW, Rocket League, and Diablo 3. I originally was not going to build a new PC. But given current scenario of our country I needed to have a space to work from home and my son needed a computer to do his school work from home. I work in I.T. and mostly deal with remote support now, and I am a Jamf administrator and in control of devices for over 17,000 staff and students at my place of employment. While I was parting out my sons "budget" build for school work and gaming, it became apparent a lot of 'budget' parts had shot up in price, so I made the decision to just build myself a new flagship, and give him my previous 7700k build. The only thing I wish I could have done differently was buy a 2080 Super, but they haven't been in stock for a couple weeks at my local store.
    $2,356.90
    Crimtide
  • I9 Ultimate thumbnail

    I9 Ultimate I9 Ultimate

    This has been a dream of mine since 2001 when I first took my Core 2 Duo from Dell to get fixed at Microcenter.... How much... This has been a dream of mine since 2001 when I first took my Core 2 Duo from Dell to get fixed at Microcenter.... How much I've learned since!
    $7,960.63
    Edgar_Rosales
  • The Flash thumbnail

    The Flash The Flash

    Mainly for streaming, gaming and for work. Mainly for streaming, gaming and for work.
    $2,664.92
    Grail05
  • Red thumbnail

    Red Red

    My answer for 4K gaming. My answer for 4K gaming.
    $2,068.91
    Jazbit
  • Heavy Harbor thumbnail

    Heavy Harbor Heavy Harbor

    Why Heavy Harbor? Well, she's heavy, like 60 pounds heavy, and that weight is mostly from the water-cooling parts, and... Why Heavy Harbor? Well, she's heavy, like 60 pounds heavy, and that weight is mostly from the water-cooling parts, and Harbor relates to water. Thus Heavy Harbor is the name of Her I have wanted a custom looped pc for years, and I actually built her a few years back with a 7700k, but with the new upgrades, and photos while the desk was clean, I guess I'd post about her. Whenever HH comes up, that stands for Heavy Harbor HH was a dream build, with top notch specs, and a cool liquid loop, which then became a reality. The loop consists of a Barrow EK-like CPU Block, which does great and has been proven to be a good choice, as said by LinusTechTips. The front rad is a 360mm long Swiftech 32mm thick rad, and the top is a 240mm 30mm thick crossflow rad by some reputable company. Using a Swiftech MCP655 Pump, basically a D5 knockoff, a plastic Chinese reservoir, and barrow compression fittings, which are amazing for the price. All hooked together using Blood Red PrimoChill Tubing. I was able to get a 4.8Ghz Overclock on the i5 at just 1.25V which I thought was pretty good, aswell as the Cache ratio to 4.4Ghz compared to the either 3.8 or 4Ghz stock. Aswell as a stable 2100Mhz Core Clock on The GTX 1080, and 5800Mhz Memory Clock.
    $1,247.93
    Gamee
  • 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
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    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
  • You Are Magical thumbnail

    You Are Magical You Are Magical

    I built it to mainly just play Dota 2 :). I really don't need this much powerful, but I love new products and I love to... I built it to mainly just play Dota 2 :). I really don't need this much powerful, but I love new products and I love to change. This is much smaller than normal mid-tower build that I had before. Compact size of mid-tower case and I love it so much. I can only easily get it at Denver Microcenter store because it is sold out everywhere else.
    $1,931.91
    lloveyou8112
  • Billing Desktop thumbnail

    Billing Desktop Billing Desktop

    This is a computer built for billing at a Chiropractic Doctor's Office. The computer will be used for billing and submitting... This is a computer built for billing at a Chiropractic Doctor's Office. The computer will be used for billing and submitting claims to insurance companies
    $1,228.87
    ClaytonR
  • 2020 High Spec Build! thumbnail

    2020 High Spec Build! 2020 High Spec Build!

    I built this PC for gaming, streaming, video editing, and desktop computing. I play Valorant, Beat Saber, Supoerhot, Destiny... I built this PC for gaming, streaming, video editing, and desktop computing. I play Valorant, Beat Saber, Supoerhot, Destiny 2, Project Cars 2, Fortnite, and some League.
    $1,921.90
    Jack W
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    Blacklight Blacklight

    The build was originally for me to stream and play games like, Escape from Tarkov, Valorant, Far Cry, and etc. I kinda over... The build was originally for me to stream and play games like, Escape from Tarkov, Valorant, Far Cry, and etc. I kinda over done it because the original idea was to hold off all the parts until the rtx 3090 and the water block to come out. Then it came from a d15 chromax air cooling to now a custom loop build. The gpu doesnt have a water block on it because its used as a temporary card until the 3090. The loop might change depending on how big those 3000 series cards are going to be. There might be or a good chance that im going to swap the 240mm leviathan for 2 360mm leviathans depending on the 3090 temps. The water block is most likely going to get picked up from bykski with a temp reader replacing the original in and out piece. I am going to order another nf-f12 ippc 3k rpm for the 360 leviathan and 3 more for the second one. so far thats the plan im thinking about might add bits of accessories like flow readers or a bitspower hexagon.
    $3,304.47
    Bryan N
  • Gaming PC thumbnail

    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    I want in enthusiast level gaming performance at 1440p and achieve 144 FPS I want in enthusiast level gaming performance at 1440p and achieve 144 FPS
    $2,124.93
    Kevin M
  • TMC - THE MARATHON CONTINUES thumbnail

    TMC - THE MARATHON CONTINUES TMC - THE MARATHON CONTINUES

    I BUILT THIS COMPUTER MOSTLY FOR GAMING. I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING NFS HEAT, HALO COLLECTION, GTA5 AND ASSASSINS CREED. I... I BUILT THIS COMPUTER MOSTLY FOR GAMING. I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING NFS HEAT, HALO COLLECTION, GTA5 AND ASSASSINS CREED. I RECENTLY UPGRADED AND I HAVE NOT THOUGHT ABOUT WHAT I WANT TO DO IN THE FUTURE.
    $5,261.91
    AHOIST
  • New Reliable thumbnail

    New Reliable New Reliable

    This PC was built to replace my previous gaming rig. Mostly used for Minecraft and Valorant, New Reliable is the 2020 take... This PC was built to replace my previous gaming rig. Mostly used for Minecraft and Valorant, New Reliable is the 2020 take on Old Reliable. This PC could be easily upgraded to a I7-10700K with room for overclocking. And, upon the release of NVIDIA's latest RTX line, it will have a GPU upgrade. With an extra M.2 slot, more storage is possible. And, with Wifi 6 and Bluetooth cables can be eliminated.
    $1,851.98
    Colin G
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    i5 beast i5 beast

    Gaming Rig to watch an incredible amount of YouTube in between playing World of Warcraft, Overwatch, CoD Warzone, and of... Gaming Rig to watch an incredible amount of YouTube in between playing World of Warcraft, Overwatch, CoD Warzone, and of course Valorant. My next upgrade will be 10600K and a 2080 Super when I can afford it.
    $1,608.95
    ryzen303
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    Peachy Peachy

    Built this gaming PC for my girlfriend who loves playing games like the Tomb Raider series and a number of VR titles. I also... Built this gaming PC for my girlfriend who loves playing games like the Tomb Raider series and a number of VR titles. I also have a tech channel on youtube where I cover most of my builds including this one! here's a video on it if you'd like to check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vPNyXhldzc Right now it's running a GTX 1070 but that was also recently swapped to a 2070 super which is much more suitable for this build in my opinion. Next step is to put a waterblock on it and add it to the loop! it can also be found on Builds.gg: https://builds.gg/builds/peachy-26506
    $2,531.92
    Steve_Conrad
  • Panther thumbnail

    Panther Panther

    Audio & video Editing Audio & video Editing
    $2,407.89
    tonben14420
  • UrAvgConsumer - PC Build Guide thumbnail

    UrAvgConsumer - PC Build Guide UrAvgConsumer - PC Build Guide

    This is the gaming PC assembled by Judner on his PC Build guide tutorial. Find more UrAvgConsumer content here:... This is the gaming PC assembled by Judner on his PC Build guide tutorial. Find more UrAvgConsumer content here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9fSZHEh6XsRpX-xJc6lT3A
    $1,843.86
    Micro Center