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  • Operation D.K. (Depression Killer) thumbnail

    Operation D.K. (Depression Killer) Operation D.K. (Depression Killer)

    Built this rig to do two things, kill my looming depression and enjoy great games with friends. For me, like many others... Built this rig to do two things, kill my looming depression and enjoy great games with friends. For me, like many others gaming is a way to escape the daily nonsense or troubles we may be going through; my father did and passed that down to me way back in 1998. To this day, even though he is gone, gaming is a way for me to have fun, beat down depression, and remember him. This rig is primarily for gaming but will be used for content creation once I get the rest of what I will need. Games such as CP2077, CoD MW and CW, The Witcher 3, Valheim, Valorant, Battlefield, and many more. Due to my more FPS nature, I decided to pair the PC with an ASUS TUF VG259QM Gsync 280hz monitor with an IPS display and 1ms GTG. I may end up swapping out the ML and SP120 fans for a full set of QL fans and maybe add a few led light strips in there given the tinted side panel. That's about it for now. Hope you enjoy the build!
    $2,917.87
    Camco
  • “The Executor III” thumbnail

    “The Executor III” “The Executor III”

    This is my gaming rig. Just got a 3070 this last week, so I figured I’d take some updated photos and share. Some of the... This is my gaming rig. Just got a 3070 this last week, so I figured I’d take some updated photos and share. Some of the current games I’m playing now are CoD Black Ops: Cold War, GTAV, RDR2, Valheim, Star Wars: Battlefront II, and Rocket League. For future upgrades, I ordered some more ram so I could have 32GBs. It’s a little overkill, but since it’s tax time, figured I’d splurge a little. I may get some white LED strips in the future as well, but I don’t know where to place them. I like my case, but my only gripe is that the tinting is too dark to see most of the parts without having the lights off. If anyone has an idea on how to brighten up the inside of a Corsair 4000D, please let me know.
    $1,986.87
    Allen Z
  • The Pool PC thumbnail

    The Pool PC The Pool PC

    By day I'm a cybersecurity expert and consultant so I needed a pc to handle that type of work. I'm also a big time gamer... By day I'm a cybersecurity expert and consultant so I needed a pc to handle that type of work. I'm also a big time gamer that wants to do some streaming and content creation on the side. In short, I wanted this to be a multipurpose rig that can do regular office work, gaming, and streaming a few times a week. I mostly play Super Smash Bros Ultimate competitively and PUBG or Warzone when I want to just chill with friends. Currently I have just started my Instagram for my own tech and gaming brand (@Roczgaming). My vision is to grow this name as its own brand where my team can create some outreach within our community through gaming. Provide an outlet and means for kids to network if they want to get into this industry, IT, or development and just be an overall cool thing to be a part of.
    $1,952.85
    Kevin S
  • Err0h's Primary PC thumbnail

    Err0h's Primary PC Err0h's Primary PC

    This computer was originally a Powerspec G351 that I purchased early 2018. I've since added a Samsung 1TB 2.5" SSD,... This computer was originally a Powerspec G351 that I purchased early 2018. I've since added a Samsung 1TB 2.5" SSD, replaced the GPU & PSU, and transplanted the components into a Corsair 465X iCUE RGB Gaming Case. I do plan on upgrading the mobo/cpu in the near future but for the time being, it does everything I need it to do game-wise. I use this PC in coalition with a streaming PC which I will link a build for down below that also includes an older GTX 1070 TI for the NVENC. Gaming PC: CPU: i7-8700K Mobo: Asus Z370 Prime P GPU: RTX 2060 Super RAM: 16GB DDR4-3200 PSU: Corsair RM650 Gold Case: Corsair 465X iCue RGB Streaming PC: https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=aad78761-c16a-4610-a8ba-fc727774f2dd
    $1,521.92
    Err0h
  • My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of the parts from Micro center) thumbnail

    My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of... My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of the parts from Micro center)

    Really good gaming and streaming pc, was really fun to make, I couldn't upload all the picturesGets 70+ fps on AAA gamesi7... Really good gaming and streaming pc, was really fun to make, I couldn't upload all the pictures Gets 70+ fps on AAA games i7 9700k - Processor Gtx 1660 Super - graphics card Asus prime z390 - motherboard WD_ black sn750 500gb 3400/mbs - Storage Corsair 16gb 3600mhz - ram Corsair 220t (3 rgb fans) -PC case Hypermaster 212 rgb - CPU cooler Powerspec 650w 80+bronze - Power supply
    $933.93
    jason m
  • Cold As Ice thumbnail

    Cold As Ice Cold As Ice

    This is the first time I am building a computer and want to get into the hobby. I would love to be able to play Microsoft... This is the first time I am building a computer and want to get into the hobby. I would love to be able to play Microsoft flight sim in ultra mode. This would also help with school as I'm in high school and need the extra screen space for zoom. I am waiting for the rtx 3080 to put it into this. I will stream games on my youtube channel Olaff10. This gift card will help me with the graphics card. You can track my progress on IG jakub_platapus
    $1,398.95
    JAKUB P
  • My first build thumbnail

    My first build My first build

    I wanted a computer that's had more power than my laptop. So I saved up and built this. I do everything on this now,... I wanted a computer that's had more power than my laptop. So I saved up and built this. I do everything on this now, everywhere from watching lectures to working on large CAD files and playing games. I've been playing games that I can play with my friends, like Valorant, Phasmophobia, GTA, Rainbow 6 Siege and such. For these games, the 1660 Super can handle 1440 pretty well, so for my first build, I'm very satisfied. In hindsight, I think getting a 20 series card would've been nice, especially for 1440p gaming, but a lot of the budget went to the monitor (which I like very much and I can't even look at the laptop display now) and getting a worse monitor for a better graphics card wouldn't make much sense. Also, getting a semi-modular/modular PSU would've been a good idea. I think I cable-managed pretty well, but it wasn't exactly the easiest. The single RGB fan came with the case, and that is the only RGB part outside the little strip that comes on the Aorus mobo. I put it on the back as it's the only place I can see the lights from
    $1,441.99
    Suhyeon P
  • Water Hashira (Demon Slayer) thumbnail

    Water Hashira (Demon Slayer) Water Hashira (Demon Slayer)

    Hello, this is the Water Hashira, chose his name due to this being my first ever attempt at water cooling and I'm a fan of... Hello, this is the Water Hashira, chose his name due to this being my first ever attempt at water cooling and I'm a fan of Demon Slayer. The main reason for my build was to upgrade from my prebuild Ailenware that's been doing right by me for so many years. The second reason, after watching so many Youtube videos with hard tube water cooled builds, the urge to give it a shot myself grew into what you see today. This was my first ever attempt at a water cooled, hard tubed build, and it was challenging and frustrating sometimes. Oh it was so satisfying seeing the leak test pass, and filling the loop. I mainly game on my PC, while also using it to complete school work and other tech labs to improve skills. My main games right now are League of Legends, Fortnite, Warzone, Spellbreak, and Overwatch. I also stream on twitch from time to time, twitch.com/handsomemumbler, if anyone ever wanted to check out some ok gameplay and chat. In hindsight, and anyone else thinking of giving water cooling a shot use my mistake for your gain, I would of only leak tested with air and not coolant or water. I was not aware of an air leak tester at first and trust me when I say my heart was in my stomach during my first leak test. Use an air tester!
    $2,169.91
    Smitty8722
  • BuzzLight year Desktop thumbnail

    BuzzLight year Desktop BuzzLight year Desktop

    This is a custom water Loop PC, all the water loop was order from Microcenter it was all the corsair kit and 2 Radiators... This is a custom water Loop PC, all the water loop was order from Microcenter it was all the corsair kit and 2 Radiators 240mm and 360mm. The GPU is AORUS 1080Ti Waterforce WB.
    $1,458.94
    MRostom
  • TechnoKoopa's 40th Birthday Build thumbnail

    TechnoKoopa's 40th Birthday Build TechnoKoopa's 40th Birthday Build

    I build this machine part for part over the past 4 months to upgrade from my 6-year-old machine running an AMD FX-6350... I build this machine part for part over the past 4 months to upgrade from my 6-year-old machine running an AMD FX-6350 (3-core/6-hyperthread) to a more powerful gaming and content creation machine to suit my needs. I joke with people that it all started with the case and it snowballed from there. When the build was said and done, only two components remained from my old build: the 1TB SSD that my OS is on and the power supply. Not all of the parts were available from Micro Center, but most of the ones in the shot were purchased from there. I needed a system that can play a lot of flight and space simulation games such as Ace Combat 7 and Battlestar Galactica Deadlock as well as Space MMOs like EVE Online and Star Trek Online. I play other casual games and this system doesn't break a sweat. Most of my content creation involves writing and illustrations found on my website www.burchbowserprojects.com and technokoopa.deviantart.com and this system barely flinches on those tasks. I also wanted something with RGB to reflect by personality and growing computer hardware experience. The only thing that I would have done differently was purchase a Radeon RX 5500XT or newer. For those wondering why Radeon, I tend to use Linux systems at time on this machine and Radeon has better open source drivers over NVIDIA's proprietary drivers. Also, when I purchased the MSI Armor RX 580, I still had my old motherboard and processor, and a newer GDDR6 with PCIe Gen 4 would not have been supported. The RX 580 is still more than capable of playing all of my games on my 1080p screen, so for now, there is no need to replace it when I have had it for at least 2 months at the time of this submission.
    $2,208.90
    Trent B
  • ICE COLD thumbnail

    ICE COLD ICE COLD

    This is my 4th build over the last 6 years. Reselling and flipping old parts to make the process a little less painful. ... This is my 4th build over the last 6 years. Reselling and flipping old parts to make the process a little less painful. It's built to handle anything I can throw at it. (My target has been 1440p at 144hz, which this beast handles with ease.) But with the new gpu's coming out from both sides. I'll probably upgrade, for the performance boost, consider the 3080 is the same price as my current gpu. (Hopefully AMD steps up big time).
    $2,134.90
    Buzzworth
  • Buzz Lightyear thumbnail

    Buzz Lightyear Buzz Lightyear

    This is a custom water-cooled rig, it was designed to reflect the famous toystory character Buzz Lightyear This is a custom water-cooled rig, it was designed to reflect the famous toystory character Buzz Lightyear
    $2,244.93
    MRostom
  • El Diablo thumbnail

    El Diablo El Diablo

    My build is for gaming and i want to start doing youtube on sco-oby but i havnt had much time with school and i also don’t... My build is for gaming and i want to start doing youtube on sco-oby but i havnt had much time with school and i also don’t got my own room so its loud. The games i play are minecraft, warzone, assassins creed games i just recently build the pc so i dont got much games. All the parts were bought at microcenter.
    $1,393.92
    Edward b
  • RGB Gaming Rig thumbnail

    RGB Gaming Rig RGB Gaming Rig

    I built this computer rig to fulfill my dream of a great computer. I had an older desktop that ran an i5 and the GTX1060... I built this computer rig to fulfill my dream of a great computer. I had an older desktop that ran an i5 and the GTX1060 with a standard monitor. With this build, I wanted to upgrade more on the internal parts as well as my monitor to give myself a great computer that would run everything I needed. However, I did not upgrade the CPU to a high-end processor or the video card as I built it around a budget as well as what would satisfy my needs. However, my upgrade itch did cause me to expand from one regular monitor to three 27” MSI curved gaming monitors. In addition, since it was a gaming machine, I wanted to add some flair with RGB, so I did incorporate that into the build. Currently, I am using it to play World of Warcraft, Skyrim, PUBG and Star Citizen (Beta). So far, this machine has run everything I have thrown at it and has met every expectation I wanted.
    $3,678.98
    SpenceChaffin
  • the super train master thumbnail

    the super train master the super train master

    i built my computer as an evolution of my previous computers. i design my computers using what i learned from the way... i built my computer as an evolution of my previous computers. i design my computers using what i learned from the way seymour cray designed super computers. low latency, less connections, shorter connections, less heat. i try to stick with name brands, and i design so i can upgrade later. corsair case, fractal design platinum power supply, asus 570 prime motherboard, amd 3600 cpu, corsair memory, tiered hard drive with a corsair mp600 ssd and a western hdd, sapphire video card, coolmaster rgb fans.
    $1,034.93
    nathan d
  • The Child thumbnail

    The Child The Child

    Call of Duty, Civilization, Sims 4 Call of Duty, Civilization, Sims 4
    $1,309.92
    Martin M
  • Blue beast thumbnail

    Blue beast Blue beast

    It is mostly used for gaming and school work. It is mostly used for gaming and school work.
    $1,429.96
    Lochlain H
  • The Joker thumbnail

    The Joker The Joker

    I work from home due to the COVID-19 and started to get stir crazy. I started catching up on all of the Joker Movies and was... I work from home due to the COVID-19 and started to get stir crazy. I started catching up on all of the Joker Movies and was blown away by some of the performances of the actors. I love the colors Green, Purple and Red and decided that would make an awesome computer build and so it began.
    $2,139.91
    Gilbert Rico
  • La Poderosa ( The Powerful ) thumbnail

    La Poderosa ( The Powerful ) La Poderosa ( The Powerful )

    Hello i built this pc from gaming to watching movies to a workstation for college. Did my research on some builds, was... Hello i built this pc from gaming to watching movies to a workstation for college. Did my research on some builds, was looking to spend a little over 1k. For the processor I slapped in a i5 9600k, paired it up with a RTX 2060 from MSI. For ram i went with the 8x2 3000 mhz Gskill Trident x RGB, and for my storage i recently upgraded from a ssd to a Crucial nvme m.2 1tb for alittle over 100 which was a STEAL ! For the motherboard i went with a simple Gygabyte z390 UD and for my case I went with a Corsair iCUE 220T, and a simple Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB. By just reading the specs, its a pretty good gaming rig for playing games like COD, Fortnite, Valorant, Beam-Ng, Minecraft you name it. Peripherals wise, I haven't done much upgrading since they are still holding up. For my mouse I have a Razer Death adder Chroma which is a couple of years old, for my keyboard im rocking a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2016 edition NON-rgb which sucks. For my mouse pad I also rock a Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma gaming mousepad which I purchased not that long ago. Cant forget the speakers, i rock the Klipsch Promedia 2.1's. They are hella crispy, i have them mounted on my desk in a way that they look like they are floating ! I'm still rocking a Blue Snowball which i have not let go ever since i started youtube videos ( 10k subs :) ). My monitor which I just got a few days ago, I dont regret buying it all. Its an MSI Optix g32 Series. I picked it up because of the price, size as well as refresh rate ! I was rocking a 27 incher which I sold to upgrade and I dont regret selling it at all ( Well kinda since it was my first gaming monitor). I dont think anyone cares about this part ,but I also purchased a steering wheel ( Ferrari Racing WHeel Red Legend Edition )with pedals for a more realistic driving experience when i hop on Beam-NG Drive. If you haven't tried it out, you are missing OUT ! This concludes my whole setup, everything i've on my list i have purchased by self with my earnings and I dont regret spending it ! Thank you for reading my post :)
    $1,923.85
    americankill200
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    Space Donut Space Donut

    My build started out about two years ago when I first started making enough to get into PC building. I started with a Ryzen... My build started out about two years ago when I first started making enough to get into PC building. I started with a Ryzen 5 2600, RTX 2060, 16 Gb 3200, a 1Tb Samsung 860 SSD and one Smasung EVO plus m.2 with 250 Gb for boot. I mostly use this for gaming (DEATH STRANDING), but end game would also be making music with programs such as Ableton or Fruiy Loops, as well as high res photo editing. I've made a few upgrades over the years, the prize being ASUS STRIX 2080 Super White edition. Along with an upgrade to a Ryzen 7 2700, and a slight bump up to 3600 mhz ram (still only 16 though).
    $1,731.93
    Zac S
  • Prototype Project: Rainbow Stealth thumbnail

    Prototype Project: Rainbow Stealth Prototype Project: Rainbow Stealth

    I wanted the build to under the radar but still come in the a bang. This was suppose to start out as a starter gaming rig... I wanted the build to under the radar but still come in the a bang. This was suppose to start out as a starter gaming rig for play Subnatica: Below Zero at 1080p in mind and i would upgrade as time passes. It started out with a RX 580 for the graphics then later upgrade to RX 5600 XT. This rig is ready to play Cyberpunk 2077 and GodFall without any trouble when they come out and be able to stream with out taking too much of a performance hit. What I hope to change later is to add some more Corsair RGB fans, RAM, and strips. You can't go wrong with more RGB add some cable mods because the 24-pin cable is to close to the front fans and won't bend into the back of the case anymore than it has. Some needed upgrade is bigger storage. I want to have a large ssd storage for large open world game to reduce loading time. That and the hard drive I'm using is almost filled.
    $893.94
    Charleston N
  • Grad school build thumbnail

    Grad school build Grad school build

    For grad school & serious gaming For grad school & serious gaming
    $7,297.83
    Nicholas B
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    Hady Hady

    I wanted a machine that would be able to handle games and photo editing. I usually play games like CSGO, PUBG, Valorant, and... I wanted a machine that would be able to handle games and photo editing. I usually play games like CSGO, PUBG, Valorant, and GTA V. I am also a photographer and graphics designer so I also built the PC to accommodate those needs.
    $1,666.96
    Mathew L
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    RGBeast RGBeast

    A new setup to provide an optimal gaming experience A new setup to provide an optimal gaming experience
    $1,948.93
    Bulent A