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  • LED Wall Wart thumbnail

    LED Wall Wart LED Wall Wart

    I game in the living room and wanted to show off the internals of a PCs. This case is perfect for doing a custom LED and... I game in the living room and wanted to show off the internals of a PCs. This case is perfect for doing a custom LED and Cooling setup and inspired the entire build being wall mounted for all my guests to see.
    $1,516.90
    corey z
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    The Ferret The Ferret

    My last PC was starting to show it's age a bit. The gtx 970 was a tank of a card but it was time to move on. I built this... My last PC was starting to show it's age a bit. The gtx 970 was a tank of a card but it was time to move on. I built this computer for gaming and and general tasks and the 2060 super, Ryzen 7 combo works real nice together. I'm not a content creator because I'm old and boring haha but if I was ever forced into doing it I feel very confident this could handle it well.
    $1,135.92
    Chris L
  • Molan Labe thumbnail

    Molan Labe Molan Labe

    I built this as a way to help with boredom and keep connected with my kids during the 2020 lock downs. Started its life in a... I built this as a way to help with boredom and keep connected with my kids during the 2020 lock downs. Started its life in a Thermal take case and just the Asus Board and Ryzen 3 2200g but then the PC building/ Customizing bug hit me and hit me hard. I attempted to customize the thermal take case but that wasn't going the direction I wanted so I searched for a case that better fit my need but also wasn't the same mainstream cases I was seeing all over the internet ie the Nzxt. Ifound the case on Amazon and purchased it although the case could be slightly better it really fits my needs and satisfied my need to see the computer while its operating. I added a RX570 graphics card and more hard drive space. Then over the early summer the need to upgrade was further intensified when my son wanted to build his first computer. So I made him a deal he could have the Ryzen 3 2200g when I could get a Ryzen 3 3300x. Well after a long wait I was able to secure one of the 3300X cpu's at micro center upon installing the new CPU I determined I would be adding a NVME drive to hold the one and only game I play. So that was added and a heat sink, that although isn't needed it looks really good under the CPU fan. PSU extension cables were added for purely looks and not for function. All the case fans are remote controlled for their respective LED effects and the Wraith Prism is controlled by the Cooler Master Software. To do it all over I would have definitely done far more research and possibly gone another route with the motherboard, and I would definitely say I should have opted for a different Graphic Card like a RX 580 or a 5700. But those are Items I can add or change at a later time. This was started as just a simple Web Browsing machine and morphed into something else entirely. I am looking at changing the fans to one that have PWM control as these are just simple fans that have no speed adjustment.
    $1,009.82
    William G
  • Big Rig thumbnail

    Big Rig Big Rig

    Gaming rig. I usually play some VR titles, Rocket League, Destiny 2, Risk of Rain 2, No Man's Sky.The process was pretty... Gaming rig. I usually play some VR titles, Rocket League, Destiny 2, Risk of Rain 2, No Man's Sky. The process was pretty simple. Installed CPU and heatsink into the Mother Board, as well as the ram, then set it down into the case. Bolted everything down then installed all of the other parts. The strip of lights in the case was from a bulk roll of 5050 LEDs that I cut and soldered the connections on to it. One RGB header goes to the LED strip, and the second one goes to the fan controller included with the case so that ASUS Aura sync can control everything. I also run an Oculus Rift S off of this rig, and it's handled everything quite well. This build could benefit from a newer GPU. I'm looking to probably upgrade the CPU to a Ryzen 7 3700x when the 4000 series hits stores and pushes the price down on the 3000s. I chose the AverMedia capture card over the usual ElGato. The AverMedia was on sale, so I got it for a steal, and it's extremely easy to use.
    $1,399.81
    Ravenousl3341
  • Tranquility thumbnail

    Tranquility Tranquility

    Open Air, Closed Loop Open Air, Closed Loop
    $3,269.80
    GeoffM
  • Superinc_V3.0 thumbnail

    Superinc_V3.0 Superinc_V3.0

    I like to build My PC every 5-6 Years , been building my own PCs for almost 20 years now. My PCs are mostly spec for... I like to build My PC every 5-6 Years , been building my own PCs for almost 20 years now. My PCs are mostly spec for Gaming and entertainment , Though I recently got in to 3d Modeling. With 3D modeling my PC need to shift focus towards having more core, and 12 core would be beneficial.
    $2,179.88
    Superinc84
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    Frostbite Frostbite

    Walking through Micro Center one day to get a new fan for my good old Raidmax Smilodon case and made the mistake of walking... Walking through Micro Center one day to get a new fan for my good old Raidmax Smilodon case and made the mistake of walking past the cases, saw a core P3 black on the shelf and had to build one for myself, and so it began, which color which was a back and forth decision for some time. Had to bail on building it few times due to other circumstances and just kept researching and getting parts over I would say 2 to 3 years, some accessories are past over from last build though. Built it for gaming and just general use, do a little go-pro video editing from time to time. Really do not have any upgrade plans for the tower at this time but we all know how fast that can change. Definitely would like to in time upgrade old been through it all desk that started as a U desk and due to space keeps getting smaller and also some better cable management for the desk. Custom loop would also be a possible upgrade but do not like the idea of constantly changing the coolant and I like simple (LOL) so to be determined, that being said next will more then likely be VR. Types of games really I am all over the place, it is really whichever I got hooked on for the moment. Forth build I have technically done but always had a sidekick that honestly knows much more and this one is the first I was solo on other then texting questions and thoughts to said sidekick <(leader of what to get and do)(LOL), also is where the Klipsch 5.1 came from (great friend).
    $5,228.69
    scott e
  • I think this is a good looking computer. someone tell me what to change thumbnail

    I think this is a good looking... I think this is a good looking computer. someone tell me what to change

    IDK IDK
    $824.91
    Sam K
  • Club Nacho thumbnail

    Club Nacho Club Nacho

    The theme represents my favorite movie. I wanted to build a machine that would play games on high graphics, serve as my... The theme represents my favorite movie. I wanted to build a machine that would play games on high graphics, serve as my first programming machine, and display as a piece of artwork. Believe it or not, this was my first self built pc. I play Heroes of the Storm, Starcraft II, Warcraft III, and Team Fortress 2. Some old favorites are Runescape, Maplestory, Neopets, Delta Force Black Hawk Down, and Dune 2000. I just began learning the Python coding language. I would like to be involved with the coding community to create tools that will improve the world. I wish there were more affordable RGB GPUs on the market. The few problems I had were identifying what screws went to what on the Thermaltake Core P3, figuring out where to plug the pump into the motherboard, and having to get a Molex SATA adapter for the pump power. I do not take any credit for the Aida64 Sensor Panel idea from which I followed a guide on YouTube. I did custom pixel the corn and mask on the sensor.
    $1,992.87
    Roviric R
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    AMD gaming PC AMD gaming PC

    I wanted to make a full AMD build that would be able to play 1440p games at 60 fps+. The only thing that it really needs is... I wanted to make a full AMD build that would be able to play 1440p games at 60 fps+. The only thing that it really needs is an extra hardrive for more storage for games.
    $1,272.92
    Fausto T
  • Mid-range COVID build thumbnail

    Mid-range COVID build Mid-range COVID build

    Originally built this so my previous rig could go to my girlfriend since the old build I did for her finally ceased to work.... Originally built this so my previous rig could go to my girlfriend since the old build I did for her finally ceased to work. Looking into possibly streaming, but I just wanted to be able to do 1440p gaming at high to ultra settings and stick with air cooling. Entertaining the idea of upgrading the GPU at some point but for the time being a 2060 Super will more than suffice, especially after trying out two 5700 XTs that gave me absolutely nothing but issues and headaches. May also look into getting a different PSU when the shortages end.
    $1,404.91
    Tres R
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    Dwarven Forge Dwarven Forge

    This is my gaming streaming rig for my twitch channel. This is my gaming streaming rig for my twitch channel.
    $13,487.43
    Alec M
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    First Build First Build

    The reason I started this build was for a funny reason. This girl liked would stream on twitch (she's now my GF) and we... The reason I started this build was for a funny reason. This girl liked would stream on twitch (she's now my GF) and we became friends very quickly. Eventually, I wanted a pc to play with her so that's what i did. Coming from an Xbox one was an interesting experience. When I first built this it looked a lot different; in fact, the only original parts in my pc are the CPU, CPU watercooler, and motherboard. Ever since I've built mine I built many friends' PCs as well. A total of 4 not including mine I have built. I do it for free not only because they are my friends but because I enjoy every second of building computers. I would love to win so I can upgrade my water cooler to a custom water-cooled CPU/GPU to finish my build but as you know it costs very much. In regards to use, its mainly for gaming, like for example, I play valorant, rainbow six, and many single-player story games. I am very happy with what I accomplished and plan to always keep my pc up to date and upgrade when i need to!!! Thank you to those who took the time to read this, I really did try to keep this short and sweet.
    $2,122.93
    nkwas321
  • 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
  • Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build thumbnail

    Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC... Toasty Bros 2020 $500 Budget Gaming PC Build

    Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult... Taking into account the current marketplace and limited availability of some choice products, sometimes it can be difficult to find the perfect parts for your build. Today, Matt and Jackson put together an amazing budget gaming build for you! They chose an Intel Core i3-9100F Quad-Core CPU, ASUS B360 PRIME mATX motherboard paired with a Gigabyte RX 5500 XT Overclocked and 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM from Crucial. The great value and performance of this build shine through in-game. Getting around 80-110 fps on mixed Normal/Medium settings in Warzone. Performance in Shadow of the Tomb Raider was equally impressive, getting an average of 60 fps on high settings. Matt makes a serious recommendation to include 16GB of RAM in your next build as it's becoming the new standard for good gaming performance. Watch their video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuyqYjAyHLE What do you think about The Toasty Bros build? With the limited availability of some parts, would you wait for parts to get back in-stock or would you buy what's available now?
    $551.93
    Micro Center
  • Eric's Ryzen Gaming PC thumbnail

    Eric's Ryzen Gaming PC Eric's Ryzen Gaming PC

    I had 2 things in mind for this build - games and 3D design. As far as games, I play World of Warcraft and numerous games... I had 2 things in mind for this build - games and 3D design. As far as games, I play World of Warcraft and numerous games on Steam. Games range from 8 bit retro throwbacks to more popular games like the XCOM series, Company of Heroes 2, Civilization VI and Total War: Three Kingdoms. With 3D design, I wanted to get more into this because of my hobby of woodworking and making things. I've done everything from small handheld carvings to furniture like bookcases and coffee tables. I wanted to be able to use SketchUp and have a good platform for learning Fusion 360.
    $1,118.93
    Eric M
  • 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
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    My Gaming Computer My Gaming Computer

    I built my computer for gaming and for youtube stream and video production. I run my youtube channel: Matthewtrains and i... I built my computer for gaming and for youtube stream and video production. I run my youtube channel: Matthewtrains and i plan to upgrade my CPU in the future if i can afford it. This was also my first ever computer built and it worked on my first try.
    $1,740.44
    Matthew S
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    Retroline Retroline

    General multiplayer games, COD, Battlefield, CSGO, valorant. With decent use of video editing, light room and photoshop. General multiplayer games, COD, Battlefield, CSGO, valorant. With decent use of video editing, light room and photoshop.
    $2,637.88
    Neonz
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    Panther Panther

    Audio & video Editing Audio & video Editing
    $2,407.89
    tonben14420
  • The Gaming Cave thumbnail

    The Gaming Cave The Gaming Cave

    We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose. We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose.
    $3,823.80
    Anthony K
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    Current Bleeding Edge Current Bleeding Edge

    Was trying to build the maxed out version of 9th gen Intel bits. To see if I can play everything out there right now! Was trying to build the maxed out version of 9th gen Intel bits. To see if I can play everything out there right now!
    $2,284.92
    Mayur D
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    Relaxed Gamer Relaxed Gamer

    CPU is overkill for this GPU but the Microcenter store here is limited right now so this is it. Tried to keep it cheap as... CPU is overkill for this GPU but the Microcenter store here is limited right now so this is it. Tried to keep it cheap as possible with GTA V ~60 FPS as the bar. 1 SSD for the OS and Movies and the second one for games so that if i have to reinstall the OS I won't have to reinstall every single game. I'll be buying this setup this week probably.
    $789.89
    Michael H
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    Ryzen 5 2600x Ryzen 5 2600x

    A starter gaming pc for my 11 year old A starter gaming pc for my 11 year old
    $679.92
    Dow G