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  • No control thumbnail

    No control No control

    Just for fun Just for fun
    $3,966.88
    Tim F
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    Yuki Yuki

    This is a simple build. After using my 3rd gen i7(3770k) paired with a R9 290X for so long, it was finally time for an... This is a simple build. After using my 3rd gen i7(3770k) paired with a R9 290X for so long, it was finally time for an upgrade. I could no longer wait for a new generation to come out and so I pulled the trigger for an AMD Ryzen 7 3700x, paired with a EVGA RTX 2060 KO Ultra. I plan to do the step up program to get a RTX 3070 in the future but for now, this build as a whole exceeds what I was previously using. I would consider this build to be all-around: gaming, future streaming, and video editing.
    $1,449.88
    Nate
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    The Multi-Core The Multi-Core

    I mainly built this PC for use in 2D, 3D, Video & Photo Editing & some gaming. I mainly built this PC for use in 2D, 3D, Video & Photo Editing & some gaming.
    $5,394.88
    Narags
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    Lundizign Workstation Lundizign Workstation

    WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation
    $2,814.87
    Lamar H
  • THE KRAKEN thumbnail

    THE KRAKEN THE KRAKEN

    I'm actually submitting this build while my girlfriend is laying on the hospital bed in front of me having her first... I'm actually submitting this build while my girlfriend is laying on the hospital bed in front of me having her first contractions going into labor. This is one of the main reasons The Kraken was built. I wanted to have a quick home PC that would able to handle major video edits for our daughter and family growing up. I also enjoy playing games from time to time and if you aren't on max settings, well you aren't playing it right! I look forward to this PC serving my familys home video edits and my gaming habits for years to come.
    $2,599.89
    Kyle M
  • Chuy's Gaming Rig thumbnail

    Chuy's Gaming Rig Chuy's Gaming Rig

    My son, Chuy, was an avid PS4 fortnite player until I proved him wrong that PC's are way better at gaming. We made a bet... My son, Chuy, was an avid PS4 fortnite player until I proved him wrong that PC's are way better at gaming. We made a bet that if I built a "Gaming PC Rig" it would beat his PS4 loading times and have a higher resolution (1440p of course). Sure enough he's addicted to his new PC while the PS4 is now collecting dust. This was our first computer build together and could not find a better excuse than to drive to our closest Micro Center (2 hours away) to buy part by part. We have put a lot of work into it and cannot wait to upgrade to a 3080. PS5 my a**.
    $2,981.79
    Ivan A
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    Automotive CAD Workstation Automotive CAD Workstation

    New hand built workstation for designing aftermarket and OEM automotive accessories. New hand built workstation for designing aftermarket and OEM automotive accessories.
    $3,191.31
    JCShroyer
  • 1st pc build 3600 rtx 2070s thumbnail

    1st pc build 3600 rtx 2070s 1st pc build 3600 rtx 2070s

    I built it because I am a 3rd year college student and it was time to upgrade from my 500 dollar laptop. I play some games... I built it because I am a 3rd year college student and it was time to upgrade from my 500 dollar laptop. I play some games on it, it runs gta pretty well, I also played a free game team fortress two and it’s very smooth. I still have some cable management to do but I was in a bit of a time crunch so that will be my next task with it.
    $1,402.91
    Josh W
  • Once upon a trip to Microcenter thumbnail

    Once upon a trip to Microcenter Once upon a trip to Microcenter

    Took a coworker on his first trip to microcenter and spent too much money lol. But got all of this and built all in one day Took a coworker on his first trip to microcenter and spent too much money lol. But got all of this and built all in one day
    $2,063.86
    spsanch89
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    TheDoomSlayer TheDoomSlayer

    This was a gaming rig I built for my nephew. He wanted to be able to play games on Ultra and eventually steam his game... This was a gaming rig I built for my nephew. He wanted to be able to play games on Ultra and eventually steam his game play. The passmark tests were to be within the 98% for the build. This passed with flying colors.
    $1,592.92
    LiveTru
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    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
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    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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    Mirror Master Mirror Master

    I built this purely as a gaming PC, but I also use it to stream on Twitch. It can handle everything and anything nowadays,... I built this purely as a gaming PC, but I also use it to stream on Twitch. It can handle everything and anything nowadays, such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Rocket League, Valorant, Death Stranding, you name it. The Aorus Xtreme 2080 Ti is a showpiece, so I got a Phanteks vertical GPU mount off Amazon to complete the look.
    $3,036.38
    Junstar
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    AMD Washout AMD Washout

    I got into PC gaming back in my freshman year of college in 2017. For the longest time, I was playing games like Fortnite... I got into PC gaming back in my freshman year of college in 2017. For the longest time, I was playing games like Fortnite and Minecraft on my 2016 13" MacBook Pro, dual-booted with Windows 10. However, gaming performance was subpar with this; I wanted to be able to enjoy games graphically but also wanted something portable since I was moving between my dorm room and my home a lot. About a year later, in August 2018, I bought an eGPU with a Sapphire Nitro+ RX 580. This was definitely a step up but it was a pain to maintain and keep operational, as Windows 10 updates constantly broke it and caused error 12. Shortly after buying my eGPU, I began doing research on building my own PC and saving up. I did research off and on for a couple years and then, this past spring after COVID hit and quarantine started, I finally decided to pull the trigger and build my own PC. I did a bunch of research on what the best parts were and how to actually build my computer. After I had my list of parts nailed down, I started watching prices. I saw my local Micro Center had only one Sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700 XT Special Edition in stock, so I went ahead and ordered it for pickup. I got to Micro Center and decided to look around for a bit, as it was my first time being in one. While I was there, I decided I might as well pick up my case too. However, an employee asked me if I needed any help. Long story short, I walked out of Micro Center that day with everything I needed to build my PC (whoops). Later that night, I began building my PC. It went fairly well, but I did struggle with getting the motherboard into the case. Being a first time builder, I attached the Z63 pump to the CPU right away-- that meant that I had to somehow get the motherboard in while also holding the radiator and not putting too much stress on the pump. I didn't want to take off the pump, as I feared messing up the pre-applied thermal paste. I was finally able to get the motherboard in and the rest of my build was pretty easy. Shortly after I completed the build, one of the lights went out in one of the fans on my RX 5700 XT. I took it back to Micro Center to replace, but they did not have the same one in stock, so I just decided to use my RX 580 from my eGPU and save up for when AMD releases new GPUs. The PC performs great and playing games on it is a blast. The white NZXT case is simple and pleasing to look at. I'm extremely pleased with my choice of parts. I mostly use the PC for gaming, playing anything from PVP games like Fortnite or Warzone, to other games like No Man's Sky or Satisfactory. I am able to run everything on high-ultra settings and get 60+ FPS. I would love to be able to get more frames, but my monitor is only a 60Hz monitor, so I am not too concerned about that right now. Next to upgrade will be the monitor and then the GPU. I'm hoping to find a nice 1440p 144Hz monitor during Black Friday or Amazon Prime Day. I am hoping to stick with AMD for my next GPU, but would also love to get a GPU capable of ray-tracing. If you have any questions, let me know in the comments!
    $1,539.92
    Ryan S
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    Dukester Dukester

    Built as a general gaming rig as a first real computer for gf, meant to handle pretty much anything she might want to do... Built as a general gaming rig as a first real computer for gf, meant to handle pretty much anything she might want to do wether gaming or professional tasks.
    $2,398.73
    Joseph S
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    Ronny's Pewter Ronny's Pewter

    I got this thing together and I like it. I had to put some replacement parts in because the items I have in my build are not... I got this thing together and I like it. I had to put some replacement parts in because the items I have in my build are not in stock and therefore it wouldn't let me select them. Actuall specs below. -Ryzen 7 2700x -Corsair H150i 360mm AOI -EVGA 2080 Black -X470 Asus Prime -Corsair ML 120 RGB fan kit -Corsair ML 120 fans x 6 -Corsair Commander Pro All the rest should be correct in the list.
    $2,521.87
    Partin29
  • Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC

    I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed!This was my first mini-ITX build and also the... I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed! This was my first mini-ITX build and also the first time using rigid tubing! It was an exciting build to explore liquid cooling and create a system for 1440p gaming. Runs many games really smooth on 1440p. such as World of Tanks, Destiny 2, GTA 5, World of Warcraft, Overwatch, COD Warzone, and... I'll need more storage space for more games. For future upgrades, I would like to add two 1TB SATA SSDS and if necessary another 1TB NVMe Drive. I like playing all types of games and look forward to having a large library of games to choose from instead of uninstalling and reinstalling all the time. Doing the PETG tube bends in the H210i was a challenge but it was so satisfying to utilize most of the space in a small case. I'm thinking of adding one of the dyes that came with the Liquid Devil when I drain the distilled water to install Noctuas in the front of the case; currently using Cougar 120mms. CPU and GPU temps at idle are 40-45C, as ambient is above 32C since I built this PC. At loads, temps range from 55 to 65C depending on the game. Undervolted the 5700XT and not OC'ing the 3700x. Little worried about the CPU temps being higher than the GPU at idle but I will continue to monitor it.
    $2,884.76
    Manuel L
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    Ice Ice

    World of Warcraft, Rust, Call of Duty, New World World of Warcraft, Rust, Call of Duty, New World
    $1,704.92
    chrisptrs
  • First Gaming/Editing Build thumbnail

    First Gaming/Editing Build First Gaming/Editing Build

    It was beyond time to upgrade my computer so I decided to go with a pc build that served all of the purposes that I need it... It was beyond time to upgrade my computer so I decided to go with a pc build that served all of the purposes that I need it for. I run a lot of photo editing software (photoshop, lightroom, etc). However, I also love to game. There is nothing that I have thrown at this build that it couldn't handle! I am running AMD Ryzen 9 and a MSI 2080 super graphics card. Plus, it literally looks like a unicorn puked all over it :)
    $2,451.90
    Megan W
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    Crescent Rose Crescent Rose

    Why did I build this? I wanted a computer that had good processing power, could also run some games, and I was able to... Why did I build this? I wanted a computer that had good processing power, could also run some games, and I was able to obtain most of the parts at a good price. Occasionally I need to either compile some code or edit a video, and the Ryzen 7 3800x has yet to disappoint. It also has plenty enough power when combined with the 1660 Super for the games I play. It has no problems with League of Legends, Modded Minecraft, Assassins Creed: Odyssey, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This build was not planned, it just sort of came together. Some pieces are new, used or damaged. The Meshify C case has a 4” gash on the top mesh, so I bent it back into shape. The Ryzen 7 3800x had bent pins, so I risked it and managed to straighten the pins. I bought a kit of the TridentZ RGB RAM from a friend and purchased an additional clearanced kit to not have empty RAM. The GPU and PSU were salvaged from another build. The only new and planned purchases were the motherboard, AIO cooler, case fans, NVMe drive, and RGB led strips. This shows that you do not need to buy everything at once or everything new always in order to achieve a good-looking build.
    $1,706.89
    OneTiltedSofaB
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    Exodus Lilac Exodus Lilac

    Gaming nights with the boys!!! and raiding with my destiny 2 clan is this Rig's main purpose i plan to do some 3d printing... Gaming nights with the boys!!! and raiding with my destiny 2 clan is this Rig's main purpose i plan to do some 3d printing on the side and in the future some streaming.
    $2,531.33
    Charlie R
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    Gaming Build Gaming Build

    I built this PC after years of peer pressure from all of my friends and quite honestly I'm so glad I did. I wouldn't call... I built this PC after years of peer pressure from all of my friends and quite honestly I'm so glad I did. I wouldn't call myself the biggest gamer but I've begun to realize that gaming on PC is on a whole other level. Aside from gaming, I use this PC for work dealing with financial reporting but also to fuel my Photoshop creative side. I edit pictures on Adobe Photoshop and Light room, my PC handles it very smoothly.
    $3,149.85
    Andrew V
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    Shane's Build Shane's Build

    Ultimate Gaming Machine Ultimate Gaming Machine
    $3,286.86
    Shane H
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    Austin Evans - Third Person Build... Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge

    This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom... This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom backpack setup with a drone racing VR headset and a GoPro camera to see himself in third-person! Because the camera is shoulder-mounted, it is a bit unsteady, which adds to the difficulty of assembling this PC. If you're going to build a new PC, we'd recommend trying it first-person before you level up your difficulty like this! These parts were chosen to give Austin the best chance for success. Do you think he succeeded? What do you find most difficult about building your own custom PC? Check out his video below to see if Austin was able to complete this build in third-person! To see the full video visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRLIs76-C7M
    $1,177.91
    Micro Center