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  • First Gaming PC thumbnail

    First Gaming PC First Gaming PC

    I'm building this pc because I was going to buy a ps5 since my ps4 is outdated but since I couldn't get a ps5 I decided to... I'm building this pc because I was going to buy a ps5 since my ps4 is outdated but since I couldn't get a ps5 I decided to go for a pc since It will have more then 1 use other than gaming but now I can't get a gpu so I'm just stuck turning it on every day just to admire the rgb and turning it right back off. I probably should've bought the gpu first since I've been contemplating this build since like January. Other than that I love it. It has so much more use than a ps5 and I'll probably have it for longer due to the upgradability of all the components. (Images posted are screen shots from a video I took of the build)
    $1,598.90
    Chris J
  • Lundizign Workstation thumbnail

    Lundizign Workstation Lundizign Workstation

    WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation
    $2,814.87
    Lamar H
  • First PC Build thumbnail

    First PC Build First PC Build

    I wanted to build a PC for a long time and finally had the money and time to do so. I wanted it to be colorful and open to... I wanted to build a PC for a long time and finally had the money and time to do so. I wanted it to be colorful and open to show off the good stuff inside. My plan for this PC is gaming, video editing, and general use. I don't have any plans for upgrades as of right now.
    $2,032.36
    Erica U
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    First PC Build First PC Build

    Howdy! This is my first PC build! I built it this summer to do some gaming and help with my online classes. I mostly play... Howdy! This is my first PC build! I built it this summer to do some gaming and help with my online classes. I mostly play eSport and AAA titles such as CSGO, R6:Siege, GTAV, Borderlands, Gears of War, and COD. The 2060 Super/Ryzen 3600 combo is amazing and runs almost any game at 1080p High settings with no problem and performs well at 1440p. I think it should be an amazing PC for the next few years but I may look to upgrade the storage down the line. Currently I only have a Seagate 2TB HDD and a 256GB Inland Premium M.2 SSD so I will probably add another 2TB HDD or a 1TB Samsung 2.5in SSD. I may also look to upgrade the AIO. The white H100i fits the color scheme amazingly but I really like the look of the LCD display on the NZXT Z63. I also might buy two more Corsair LL120 RGB fans to replace the stock NZXT fans I currently have mounted on the radiator.
    $1,883.87
    Rene P
  • Clayst8tion’s PC Build thumbnail

    Clayst8tion’s PC Build Clayst8tion’s PC Build

    I built this PC right before COVID-19 hit us here in New York. There were multiple reasons why I went forward with building... I built this PC right before COVID-19 hit us here in New York. There were multiple reasons why I went forward with building this when I did – one of them being for remote working purposes as I am a Graphic Designer full-time for a company in New York City. I would be lying to you if I said I didn’t have streaming and playing video games on the list of reasons why also! Part of me wishes I went with the EVGA RTX 2080 TI XC Ultra GPU rather than my 2080 Super but I’m not complaining. I know I’ll eventually upgrade to a dual SLI at one point or another but with that, I’ll probably need a bigger computer case and a higher wattage power supply. Also going to get another M.2 SSD for my motherboard since two are compatible. I stream a variety of games Part-Time on Facebook and love interacting with new gamers in the chat!
    $3,231.85
    Claystation
  • First PC Build thumbnail

    First PC Build First PC Build

    I needed an upgrade so badly. In the past, I have purchased prebuilt laptops and desktops from well known companies. I... I needed an upgrade so badly. In the past, I have purchased prebuilt laptops and desktops from well known companies. I wanted to get more "bang for my buck" and decided to build my first computer. I have never built a computer before but I thought it would be fun. I spent so much time watching different YouTube videos and I thought I could do it. My previous computers were not powerful enough to play games such as Valorant or Warzone. I didnt want to spend a ton but I wanted a PC that will be useful for gaming for the next several years with upgrade-ability down the line. It took time picking the parts for the build as I tried to do as much research as I could but once I decided on the parts, I chose Micro Center for the parts as they have absolutely everything. I was excited once I purchased everything but once I bought all the boxes home, I was somewhat worried I would break something and mess up it up royally. But I took my time and went slowly - I mean very slowly. I read each manual and watched more videos. The build took almost an entire day! When I pressed the power button, it worked! I was so excited when I got to the BIOS screen. There were no problems posting and its been running great so far. Im really happy with it and its been running games smoothly!
    $1,414.91
    Mark H
  • Drew's PC Build thumbnail

    Drew's PC Build Drew's PC Build

    This is the PC I build when my computer died. This is the PC I build when my computer died.
    $1,454.89
    Drew Tauber
  • The Yeti thumbnail

    The Yeti The Yeti

    Hello, i built this pc with parts all from Microcenter in Marieta Georgia. On this pc I play rainbow six siege, minecraft,... Hello, i built this pc with parts all from Microcenter in Marieta Georgia. On this pc I play rainbow six siege, minecraft, world of warships, and Call Of Duty Modern Warfare. I know this build probably isn’t gonna win because there are gonna be builds way cooler than mine but i’m giving it a shot. In the future i plan on replacing my 2060 super with a 1080ti, i plan on adding a 500gb Nvme SSD, a x570 mother board, a ryzen 7 3700x, a modular psu, is cable mod extensions and a NZXT case.
    $1,674.82
    Joshua M
  • Black Shark thumbnail

    Black Shark Black Shark

    Gaming/Creator's RigMostly I plan on gaming with my PC, I currently play League of legends, but after my build is computer... Gaming/Creator's Rig Mostly I plan on gaming with my PC, I currently play League of legends, but after my build is computer I'm going to be playing more graphic demanding games. I can't wait to play on ultra setting. my laptop now just can't handle it. but I also want to get into creating content Hope my build can support all the needs in that area as well. looking to get into photo editing again and just have a great community that i can hang with on the web. THANKS FOR ALLOWING ME TO BE A PART OF THE MICRO CENTER COMMUNITY HOPE TO MEET A LOT OF PEOPLE AND PLAY SOME GOOD GAMES
    $2,407.89
    Joshua M
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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
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    Zlaren Zlaren

    4th of July visiting family brother took me there to check it out and I just started buying haha 4th of July visiting family brother took me there to check it out and I just started buying haha
    $1,662.89
    Wayne H
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    The White Wizard The White Wizard

    I built this rig to be overpowered for anything I might want to do. I built it with the intent i would keep it for a long... I built this rig to be overpowered for anything I might want to do. I built it with the intent i would keep it for a long time. Future upgrades? probably for show, I'd love to build a custom water loop as the case has room for it. I didn't because I was told I'd void the warranty on the GPU if I removed it's air cooler. What would I do differently? I'm not exactly happy with my cable management, but out of sight, out of mind I guess. What I really like is that it’s my first attempt at building. I’ve always bought Dell before. I got help on the forum here and watched what could only be described as an unhealthy number of YouTube videos (shout out to Linus Tech Tips) on all aspects ~ Component choices, actual build process, extras, and what not to do. The Wizard's Cinebench Score was 7102, I'm wondering if that is good. It seemed so on their list. I'd welcome any comments on that, i left everything pretty much stock in the bios other than updates everywhere..
    $2,929.85
    El Loco Diablo
  • My current setup thumbnail

    My current setup My current setup

    Very overkill for gaming and streaming. Can run all triple A games at max setting with great frames, I currently run modern... Very overkill for gaming and streaming. Can run all triple A games at max setting with great frames, I currently run modern warfare at all max setting 120+ fps. If I could do over one upgrade that I would have changed is the mobo. The Lian Li case is fantastic and can fit up to 9 fans.
    $4,506.77
    ideologies
  • FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD STUFF thumbnail

    FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD... FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD STUFF

    Tomorrows Build with a few minor tweaks? Tomorrows Build with a few minor tweaks?
    $2,413.86
    Joe N
  • The Lamp thumbnail

    The Lamp The Lamp

    As streamer with a new new studio I wanted to be able to have a kickin' rig for guests to use that was also visible as part... As streamer with a new new studio I wanted to be able to have a kickin' rig for guests to use that was also visible as part of my set. Enter: The Lamp; cosmetics were my focus with an eye for the practical.The idea was that this system would also be a slot-in replacement for my main rig should it ever give me trouble. All I'd have to do is throw in a higher tier Ryzen CPU, like a 3950x and my streaming game and content game would be back where it needs to be! Forgot to add the Strimer RGB cable extensions to the list but they are AMAZING and really tie the whole thing together! A MUST for anyone who likes pretty things and they are incredibly high quality to boot!
    $4,449.79
    Erik H
  • AMD RGB Gamer thumbnail

    AMD RGB Gamer AMD RGB Gamer

    This system is a new build with the new custom build pilot program where we assisted the customer to build his own system in... This system is a new build with the new custom build pilot program where we assisted the customer to build his own system in shop. It will be used for gaming and really anything else the customer wants to do with it.
    $2,001.91
    MC-MayfieldHeights
  • Mid Level Ryzen Gamer thumbnail

    Mid Level Ryzen Gamer Mid Level Ryzen Gamer

    Striking white with black highlights build utilizes Corsair's newer White editions of AIO and PSU. A combination of the 3rd... Striking white with black highlights build utilizes Corsair's newer White editions of AIO and PSU. A combination of the 3rd Gen Ryzen 3700X, MSI's RTX 2070 Super, and 32 GB of G.Skill's TridentZ RGB RAM ensures the customer will be able to play just about any game out there with optimized settings.
    $1,989.91
    MC-Duluth
  • Gaming Build thumbnail

    Gaming Build Gaming Build

    For this build the customer selected what they felt were the best components for the value to get the job done the way they... For this build the customer selected what they felt were the best components for the value to get the job done the way they wanted it to work.
    $1,749.91
    MC-StDavids
  • High End AMD Gaming Build thumbnail

    High End AMD Gaming Build High End AMD Gaming Build

    This PC is going to be used for mostly gaming and some personal use. These components were specifically picked out for their... This PC is going to be used for mostly gaming and some personal use. These components were specifically picked out for their top-tier performance and cooling, This build benefits from a CPU AIO as well as a GPU AIO giving it good cooling as well as plenty of airflow in the case with 3 fans in the front, 2 fans on the top, and one on the back.
    $2,924.90
    MC-Houston
  • The Dragon: Command & Control Center - 2019 Build thumbnail

    The Dragon: Command & Control Center -... The Dragon: Command & Control Center - 2019 Build

    The Dragon was a build in the works for about 6 months to accumulate the necessary parts and aesthetics without destroying... The Dragon was a build in the works for about 6 months to accumulate the necessary parts and aesthetics without destroying my poor, poor wallet all in one go. Its purpose was primarily for gaming though it is also used for software development (personal and work related), cyber security (pentesting, malware analysis, cracking, etc), and entertainment (streaming and media server). When gaming, I aim for multiplayer usually Overwatch or PUBG though I spend a portion of time in single player games such as Fallout, Just Cause, Witcher and Civilization VI. I tend to contribute to a few open source projects in my free time and also do work in web development so it doubles as a fantastic development and testing environment, especially with the amount of tasks I can spin up thanks to the Ryzen 3700X. My only two slight disappointments with the build, which I plan on changing in the future are that I didn't upgrade to a 2080 Ti (preferably the Gigabyte AORUS XTREME, cause its such a beautiful card), and that I didn't dump out even more money for a 3900X, which I likely will not be upgrading since it'd be overkill on my wallet for little extra visible benefit. Personally, I found this build to be an absolute pleasure to put together despite my sometimes questionable use of cable ties and not having more than 2 hands! Thanks to the use of a Corsair Commander Pro I managed to keep my fan and RGB cables neat and clean, but I admit that as far as cable management goes, its not my proudest work on the backside. C'est la vie ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It provides all the performance you'd expect from the parts and I so far have not had any issues with any of the software or games I have run on it. It eats through gaming, streaming shows, and running multiple development servers simultaneously like a dream, but the unfortunate trade-off is that my beefy Zotac 1080Ti AMP Extreme spits out more heat than an average fireplace. Since I'm aiming for an upgrade in the future, this may rectify itself nicely since I know the airflow in the case keeps fresh enough thanks to 9 fans. All in all, my favorite build to date. - jkmalan
    $4,498.75
    jkmalan