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  • Dylan's RGB Do it all build thumbnail

    Dylan's "RGB Do it all" build Dylan's "RGB Do it all" build

    This computer was built with the main intention to use it to play games at high FPS and high resolution. I am running a 165... This computer was built with the main intention to use it to play games at high FPS and high resolution. I am running a 165 hz monitor and achieve 165 fps in Destiny 2 all day long. I get around 50-60 FPS in Beam ng Drive, which is a high load soft body physics game. I am very happy with this build and Micro Center Yonkers did a great job building it.
    $2,789.05
    Dylan W
  • From the past to the future thumbnail

    From the past to the future From the past to the future

    The build name is in reference to my now old pc which has lasted me up till this point.4790k, 1070, 16gb DDR3 1800mhz,... The build name is in reference to my now old pc which has lasted me up till this point.4790k, 1070, 16gb DDR3 1800mhz, maximums vii mobo built in 2014. Built this for gaming and streaming (twitch.tv/AdamM3__). Need all the frames I can get, as the saying goes, frames wins games. Currently playing Apex Legends and Escape From Tarkov and the improvement in how many shots connect just because of the increase and constant 144+fps is astonishing. Also put on VR games for when friends and family visit to give them some non-gaming gaming entertainment. Then i'll hop on over to my sim rig and fire up iRacing to keep my driving skills up to par. The funniest and luckiest part about this build is that I bought all the parts in two days in my first two trips all from Micro Center and two days before Christmas. Walked into Micro Center on 12/23/2021 about 8pm, one hour before closing, I went up to the build your own computer center desk and asked the guy if he had any video cards, totally expecting there to be none at all, however to my surprise, he said "Yup we have some right here". I lit up like a Christmas tree, pun intended! I couldn't believe my eyes. Little known fact is that this was my first time visiting Micro Center since 2014 and first time ever trying to find a video card in stock at a brick and mortar store. I was speechless to say the least. Going into the store I had my mind set on buying a 12700k and a DDR4 mobo, as everyone knows DDR5 is sold out right? WRONG, apparently they also had DDR5 32gb in stock!!!! That's when I made the decision to go full out on this build with a 12900k and DDR5 mobo. I just couldn't believe it, I legit hit the PC part jack pot 1 hour before closing two days before Christmas. The MC employee guy was just fantastic, gave me all the insight I needed and answered all questions without judgement hesitation free. I barely did any research because I was not going to build a PC if I could not get a graphics card, but because they had a few in stock, I had to go all out. Unfortunately for the employee, I had to return the initial case and heatsink I bought because I went home and did some more research, came back the next day, and was able to pick up the parts I needed, the Lian Li Lancool 2 Mesh and Lian Li Galahad 360mm. The only bad part about this build is that you cannot fit a 360mm tubes down (the proper way to orientate the AIO). I tried my hardest to get the 360mm orientated properly, but it was just not possible because the video card is in the way. However, during my test fitting, I believe If you mount the gpu vertically (I have no tried this yet, but in theory I think it would work) you could get the 360mm positioned so the tubes are down. I haven't done it because the glass side panel will hinder gpu cooling. However it is possible to put two fans underneath the gpu when it is mounted vertically to aid with cooling, which I plan to do in the future. This is not directly the fault of the case itself because it is certainly possible to mount the AIO properly as you can remove a plate and the HDD bay for tube down position, however the tubes are just not long enough to go around the video card. Would love to see a version of a 360mm AIO with extended tube length to accommodate this.
    $2,877.89
    amoy1110
  • 5800x - RTX 3070 ftw3 ultra - x570 aorus elite thumbnail

    5800x - RTX 3070 ftw3 ultra - x570... 5800x - RTX 3070 ftw3 ultra - x570 aorus elite

    Built to replace and upgrade my old pc with a gtx 770 and intel i7 4770k built in 2013.Works great, happy with it... Built to replace and upgrade my old pc with a gtx 770 and intel i7 4770k built in 2013. Works great, happy with it performance wise — but the rgb has been frustrating. After hours of troubleshooting, I can’t get rgb fusion to work and recognize anything other than the mobo for whatever reason which is gigabytes rgb software (manufacturer of my mobo). Also figuring out how to get all my fans and rgb headers plugged in was a little confusing and required splitters and an additional adapter I had to purchase for the lian li proprietary rgb connector. So only regret maybe not splurging on a nicer board and/or looking into header placement on the mobo more thoroughly. Also, if doing it over, would consider swapping out the 5800x for the 5600x or another cpu. With my personal pc use, I’m not utilizing the 5800x to the fullest extent and a 5600x would still be more than enough. My original build was going to use the 5600x but micro center had a deal running on the 5800x so I took it for $30 more… didn’t realize how much hotter it runs and therefore louder - not a huge concern but just something to note. For those interested on how I placed/plugged everything in… Removed the 3 fans that came with the lian li case off the front panel. 1 was placed at the back of the case as an exhaust. Other two were placed on the bottom of the case above the power supply as intake fans. I placed my Galahad water cooler on the front panel of the case along with all 3 fans that came with the cooler. All 3 are intake fans. Last two fans I purchased were lian li uni fans. These fans had to be placed at the top of my case in order to take advantage of the interlocking daisy chain feature - thereby reducing the number of fan pwm and fan rgb cords I have to connect by one. These were both exhaust fans.
    $2,851.85
    Dimitri M
  • White 3060Ti Vision / 5600X thumbnail

    White 3060Ti Vision / 5600X White 3060Ti Vision / 5600X

    "Budget" White Gaming Rig "Budget" White Gaming Rig
    $1,736.81
    mdwashin
  • My Little Pony Massacre thumbnail

    "My Little Pony Massacre" "My Little Pony Massacre"

    This is was project that my niece and I built for her for school work, gaming and streaming. This is was project that my niece and I built for her for school work, gaming and streaming.
    $2,125.88
    Donna B
  • New Glory thumbnail

    New Glory New Glory

    This was built to play Battlefield 2042 This was built to play Battlefield 2042
    $2,805.92
    Beau S
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ryzen 9 Beast! thumbnail

    Ryzen 9 Beast! Ryzen 9 Beast!

    A Ryzen 9 32-thread gaming beast! This thing can tackle anything I throw at it. I don't know if all the liquid cooling is... A Ryzen 9 32-thread gaming beast! This thing can tackle anything I throw at it. I don't know if all the liquid cooling is worth the maintenance over a sealed kit, but it looks amazing! I use a USB Blu-ray drive to rip my movies for my Plex server and this thing only takes a few hours to encode a Blu-ray movie. My old Intel 5820K 12-thread system took nearly 8 hours to encode in super HQ!
    $3,267.60
    KenJ - Micro Center