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  • Big Bertha thumbnail

    Big Bertha Big Bertha

    I built this to play games, stream, and make YouTube videos. I'm planning on upgrading my gpu to a 3070 and fully... I built this to play games, stream, and make YouTube videos. I'm planning on upgrading my gpu to a 3070 and fully watercooling it, I will also be moving from wireless to ethernet so I have better more high quality streams.
    $1,449.93
    Andrew S
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    Gaming PC 2019 Gaming PC 2019

    Had a great experience in this store at the Mayfield Heights Location. The customer service representative assisted me and... Had a great experience in this store at the Mayfield Heights Location. The customer service representative assisted me and one of my friends in building my first PC. This is why I only shop Micro Center. I play mostly FPS games along with the occasional Witcher 3 and Space Engineers.
    $1,051.94
    Robert M
  • Kangster’s Build thumbnail

    Kangster’s Build Kangster’s Build

    I built this pc recently end of 2020 I decided I needed a new computer instead of this 2012 laptop I have been using for 2... I built this pc recently end of 2020 I decided I needed a new computer instead of this 2012 laptop I have been using for 2 years
    $1,519.92
    joseph k
  • The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness

    The Chimera is a powerhouse machine designed to be both an aesthetic statement as well as fully functional for streaming... The Chimera is a powerhouse machine designed to be both an aesthetic statement as well as fully functional for streaming whatever games I want to stream. It was given the name Chimera as a suggestion from a viewer that was watching me upgrade the cooling loop on Twitch. The original name of this system was the Kraken. For me monsters and demons are part of my theme thus every one of my personal builds will be named after some sort of "dark" creature. This is currently version 2.0 of this build as I have learned and tried new things. I started out with a kit that I got from Alphacool with a Laing DDC pump and single 360x30mm radiator that I had expanded to two of as well as the Helix reservoir and the V2 DPP 755. Version 1.5 as described is what I had been running for my cooling for the last year. I decided that since I had to take everything apart for the one year cleaning event that I might as well take the opportunity to go ahead and upgrade the loop as a whole. There was a leak that occurred during my first build iteration that caused the RGB lighting in the GPU block to short out, which is something that is getting fixed at the beginning of April. I'm also taking that opportunity to drain the loop and make the loop order a little more efficient. This has been my first liquid cooling loop, and I chose this particular case to build into because of the unboxing video JayzTwoCents did on it. One of the biggest issues I had when it came to the upgrades I've done on the loop thus far was the pressure of the loop itself. In one iteration I considered I was going to have an Eisball pump/res combo but that ended up getting scratched. While I love everything about this build once I got everything working and without any leaking I realized a few things I could have, and will be doing differently as I already have the parts needed on order. First some extra 90º fittings, one of which will be getting placed on the bottom of the reservoir with a 10mm extension. From there I'm going to take the quick disconnect from the bottom radiator and move it to the pump with the black top's out port with a 90º fitting while taking another 90º fitting and putting it on the acrylic top pump with a direct downflow into the bottom radiator. I realized this should have been done solely for the purpose of being able to remove the bottom and front rads with the pumps and reservoir still attached without having to drain either one after taking a good long hard look at the loop order. Along with replacing the RGB strip in my GPU block I will be replacing the stock Red Devil backplate with one made by Alphacool and adding a 45º fitting on the end of the port that it fills the top radiator thru allowing a shorter run there as well. I'm switching the in/out ports on the back radiator and rerouting the connection between the two radiators to go around the quick disconnect on the reservoir while also adding a final quick disconnect to the front radiator allowing both radiators to be removed without having to drain the loop, if need be. The backplate replacement is only to help clean things up in the look. Other little additions are the 90º 24-pin ATX and two 8-pin 180º PCI-E power adapters and the LinkUp PCI-E Gen 4 riser cable. The first few photos are the original layout I attempted a year ago with the kit I bought from Alphacool, followed by the final layout once I got the Helix res and D5 pump. The third photo is of an iteration I had considered using the Alphacool Eisball pump/res combo that ended up not working out. All of the rest of the photos are of the build as it currently sits in my office.
    $4,554.92
    Ambrosias
  • The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️ thumbnail

    The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️ The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️

    Play racing flight sim and fps games. Also host a YouTube channel. I go back and forth between this PC and a iMac for... Play racing flight sim and fps games. Also host a YouTube channel. I go back and forth between this PC and a iMac for editing and posting videos. It’s running a AMD r7 3700x I bought from y’all with a MSI x570 Pro Carbon board, 32gb 4400mhz thermaltake memory, Asus ROG Radeon 5700xt OC, msi 360r liquid cooler, cooler master case with extra exhaust fan I installed. 750w EVGA Gold psu. Ran to a Asus Tuff gaming 35” ultra wide 100hz. Using Razer Tournament edition keyboard and Razer Viper mouse. I also use a Razer Wolverine controller and Logitech x52 flight system for certain games. With the 5700xt it runs 1440 res very well games and smooth like butter. In future I’d like to upgrade the GPU (had to go with what I could find at the time) and maybe a good steering wheel pedals and shifter.
    $3,099.95
    OnlineCarShow S
  • White Beauty thumbnail

    White Beauty White Beauty

    This was initially built to run multiple VM's without any lag. However, this is now turned into my daily PC (still use my... This was initially built to run multiple VM's without any lag. However, this is now turned into my daily PC (still use my MacBook Pro tho) and I'm trying to get better at FPS with keyboard and mouse....Its definitely going to take some time haha I decided to opt out on the NZXT Liquid Cool and save $250...I'm debating if liquid cooling is really necessary as my PC is constantly running around 50*. I am also thinking about increasing the RAM another 32 GB, but that's a little unnecessary
    $1,767.89
    Robert H
  • The Reasonable Do-It-All thumbnail

    The Reasonable Do-It-All The Reasonable Do-It-All

    This PC was built with no specific purpose other than do anything my busy mind decides to focus on at any moment. I do... This PC was built with no specific purpose other than do anything my busy mind decides to focus on at any moment. I do business, photography, gaming, video editing, streaming and race sim / vr all from this bad boy. Slowly upgrading parts over time allows me to stay on top of the trends but I think I found a point where an upgrade isn't necessary (unless 3080s become easily in stock) I'll try to get better pictures later lol
    $1,166.94
    Lenyx
  • Hello Badmind thumbnail

    Hello Badmind Hello Badmind

    I Build this PC for a all in one. I'm all over the place trying new programs to new games u name it i want to try at least... I Build this PC for a all in one. I'm all over the place trying new programs to new games u name it i want to try at least once. I play games from , Among Us all the way to triple a titles like Cod and AC.
    $4,157.77
    shizzy01
  • Lundizign Workstation thumbnail

    Lundizign Workstation Lundizign Workstation

    WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation
    $2,814.87
    Lamar H
  • Rainbow 🌈  Cityyyy thumbnail

    Rainbow 🌈 Cityyyy Rainbow 🌈 Cityyyy

    This is actually my first build I've ever done. I am currently 2 months in and love it, I bought it for gaming and streaming... This is actually my first build I've ever done. I am currently 2 months in and love it, I bought it for gaming and streaming . I stream on twitch and Facebook. I love to play competitive gaming such as call of duty,fortnite and pubg. My PC SCREAMS rgb. From mobo to ram to fans to case it has it all. If your looking for characteristics and flows if endless color and a computer tbats future proof look no further and vote for me.
    $10,695.38
    Aaron E
  • let me ott'ere thumbnail

    let me ott'ere let me ott'ere

    for playing and streaming Call of duty:modern warfare and many other games for playing and streaming Call of duty:modern warfare and many other games
    $1,950.91
    ethan C
  • Dream PC thumbnail

    Dream PC Dream PC

    So I've been gaming pretty much all my life. Back in 2014 I got my first proper gaming PC. Then it was just low end, bought... So I've been gaming pretty much all my life. Back in 2014 I got my first proper gaming PC. Then it was just low end, bought by my parents, built by person at the store. All midrange economical parts. Since then I've been pretty hooked into PC gaming as a whole. Previously I had a gaming laptop so going from laptop to desktop was a huge change, so big I wondered how on earth I was using a laptop for so many years. Fast forward 2019. I've now graduated from college, got a job, and have money for once in my life. I'm still all the time following youtubers like LinusTechTips and whatnot and always just following the latest tech, always seeing glamorous PC builds. From watching those videos everyday for years, I always wanted to feel the awesomeness of a proper high end build. So it was a dream of mine to build something that would be a gaming beast and a huge upgrade from my previous build as well. I wanted to go pretty much all out, no compromises but within a reasonable budget as I'm just not loaded with cash. I had to save up for this for well over a year. I started buying things slowly overtime with all my peripherals like my keyboard, mouse, chair, table, and stuff. Last piece was going to be the main PC itself and monitor upgrade. I bought things with the idea in my head, one and done. Like if I buy this, I'm not going to want to replace it at all. It was exactly what I would have wanted in my dream scenario. Then came time where I was ready to buy, and Ryzen 3000 was about to launch. I've been doing months of just looking at PC parts and watching youtube reviews of every part so I knew exactly what I would want. I've been watching many build videos, even bought PC Building Simulator so I can practice building since I didn't want to have someone else build my pc for me. I went to Microcenter right on launch day, July 7th and bought myself a Ryzen 3900X, with a brand new x570 motherboard, fancy new pcei gen 4.0 5gb/s m.2 ssd. I got the works, then two days later I picked up the brand new RTX 2070 Super on launch day and got the monitor to go along with it. Certainly can't afford a 2080ti but that gpu was powerful enough and at a good price point where it wasn't terrible performance per dollar. I didn't go overkill with any part of this PC, everything I use 100% to the fullest. I game almost everyday on it. I like to stream as well on occasion. I want to make youtube videos on it. I use it for school and work. This thing just flies through everything I throw at it. I love it. Any changes I would make to the build would simply be adding another 16gb of ram to it. I'm for sure going to buy the new RTX 3080 and plug that into my PC. I'll eventually add in another m.2 ssd eventually and one that'll be even faster. I also wish to add in a good standard ssd as well, my current standard ssd in it is unfortanetly dramless which I didn't really know about at the time, and I feel like when running games on that it acts not as well as an ssd should. I wish that my cpu cooler and the fans with it would sync up with my other devices, also my mouse and speakers so it would be all one light sync.
    $4,637.79
    TwistedFoo
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    Stormluxe Stormluxe

    I built my computer primarily for school work and gaming. I use my computer every day, whether I am programming and doing... I built my computer primarily for school work and gaming. I use my computer every day, whether I am programming and doing school work, or playing games. I usually play eSports titles like CS:GO and Rocket League, as well as COD:MW, and of course some single player games like the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and looking forward to new releases like Cyberpunk 2077. My PC and internet connection are able to handle 1080p/60fps streams on Twitch, but I only stream occasionally or when my friends and I are doing a long gaming session. Obviously, my theme with the PC has been a black and white theme. I am a big Star Wars fan and it only made sense to throw in a bobblehead First Order Stormtrooper. I also added in the mini AE86 license plate because I was always a huge fan of the Trueno AE86 from Initial D, and now I own the newer Toyota 86, with a white and black look, so it add more of my personality to the build. If there was something that I would change about my PC would probably be the case. The S340 Elite has served me well, but I have been on the look out for a case worthy enough for the upgrade. So when the Lian Li Lancool II and mesh versions came out, I saw the great review and even better I could easily keep the same look. As you can see, my PC is already doing everything that I need and I have no complaints. So why did I enter the PC Showcase contest? Well, I have a friend, who will remain nameless, who has been live streaming and doing video edits for his YouTube channel on an FX processor and a GTX 970. My friends and I have been saving up money to surprise him with a new build for his birthday, which is coming up soon. (hopefully he doesn't see this so it can remain a surprise) So that is why I have entered this contest, so that hopefully my friends and I, can get more help in building a PC that would be a HUGE upgrade for him. If I do end up making it into the top 5, I want to thank Micro Center for giving me the chance of winning. Regardless on if I win, I plan on putting a simple video together on my Youtube channel that will have my friends reaction to the new PC we are able to afford getting him. Thank you for taking the time to read my entry, keep on gaming! Disclaimer: I edited the picture of the PC when it is on to try to match the colors of the RGB LED strips closer to what they actually look like
    $1,689.89
    Mauricio A
  • Frost thumbnail

    "Frost" "Frost"

    This build is the best budget under $2000.00 and It's perfect for steaming and hardcore gaming. I call it the "Frost" This build is the best budget under $2000.00 and It's perfect for steaming and hardcore gaming. I call it the "Frost"
    $1,369.91
    Chris AJ J
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    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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    Tuf Guy Tuf Guy

    I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating... I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating power. Also, I currently am a full time streamer on twitch and wanted to be able to stream on 60 fps output, while also playing on high quality settings. Come stop by! twitch.tv/itzbaldie
    $2,161.86
    jesse n
  • BurtonFamGaming PC thumbnail

    BurtonFamGaming PC BurtonFamGaming PC

    I hadn't build a PC in about 18 years! And truthfully, I've never ever built one completely from scratch. I've tinkered and... I hadn't build a PC in about 18 years! And truthfully, I've never ever built one completely from scratch. I've tinkered and upgraded, but never a full on build. I built this computer to play RTX games like Control, other third person action games, FPS games of all kinds, and those "walking simulators" like Firewatch and What Remains of Edith Finch. I LOVE a great game story. I mostly play PC games like Destiny 2 and Deliver us the Moon... as well as fun VR games like Half-Life: Alyx & Beat Saber. I also love to stream with my family with games like Davigo VR, Fall Guys, Minecraft, Overwatch, Fortnite, Splitgate, Among Us, and others! Our Twitch channel is BurtonFamGaming. This rig is a gaming, VR, streaming PC... mostly for me (Dad), but also for the whole family (only... with Dad's permission of course. Only I have the password) :-D If I could go back, I might have waited a few months so I could purchase a 3080... but oh well. :-) I researched this for most of quarantine before finally building it about 4 weeks ago... so frankly, there's not much I would change about how I built it. The ONLY thing I wish I had done was perhaps get an X570 board or the ROG Strix B550-E so I'd get that Gen 2 Type C front header. I also plan to upgrade to 32 gigs of ram before long... but besides that, I'm really happy with it!
    $1,494.91
    edburton6801
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    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
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    SilverStar SilverStar

    This is my first PC build. I built this over the Summer because I was interested in a gaming rig for VR. After spending... This is my first PC build. I built this over the Summer because I was interested in a gaming rig for VR. After spending months inside due to the pandemic, Half-Life: Alyx was the first game in a long time that made me want to play. This build ran the game perfect with my Oculus Rift S.
    $1,699.86
    Thien P
  • Skull trooper black & white thumbnail

    Skull trooper black & white Skull trooper black & white

    I built this gaming, streaming, and YouTube pc on a budget of 900 dollars. I just turned 13 and this is what I picked out... I built this gaming, streaming, and YouTube pc on a budget of 900 dollars. I just turned 13 and this is what I picked out for my birthday. I built this system because now I am the legal age to stream and make content. In the future I plan to stream games like Fortnite, c-o-d, Warzone, Minecraft, and Valorant to make people happy. I have got all of my content platforms up and ready with my chosen name of NotLuqy. I entered this contest because I feel that this is a good chance to show people my creation and somehow if I win this will help me buy the streaming gear needed to make my content more professional. If I could change one thing about this build it would be to put more white in it. I feel that just the ram being white is not enough for my black and white system.
    $867.94
    Christina W
  • Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB thumbnail

    Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB

    Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some... Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some games on my Macbook pro as well on my Microsoft Surface Laptop. Didn't get far with my thousand dollar laptop. Was going to buy another laptop but then ended up reading and understanding about building a PC. This is my first build. The main purpose of building this pc was to play games like Watch Dog 2, Need for Speed Heat, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Call of Duty MW Warzone, GTA V, and many more. I also do a lot of construction design reviews using Autodesk programs such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Revits, Navisworks, and Bluebeam program. With the PC setup listed below, I've seen FPS between the range of 100 to 150s depending on the games I play.That's with no overclocking. I am using a Dell S3220DGF 32" Curve monitor that I later bought to replace my HP 25er monitor.
    $3,292.79
    Feng G
  • First Gaming Build thumbnail

    First Gaming Build First Gaming Build

    Built it for work and gaming Built it for work and gaming
    $1,449.91
    Jonathan C
  • Custom Honduran Mahogany Desk/Case thumbnail

    Custom Honduran Mahogany Desk/Case Custom Honduran Mahogany Desk/Case

    I'm not a big fan of RGB and because I can never do thing the easy way, I decided to do a custom case mod. So I built a... I'm not a big fan of RGB and because I can never do thing the easy way, I decided to do a custom case mod. So I built a Honduran mohogany desk that also acts as the case for the pc. Honduran Mahogany is the most stable wood you can use for furniture from an expansion and stability standpoint. Currently as it stands now, I haven’t oiled it yet, which will come when soon. It’s only version one and because I’m obsessive, I’m going to likely be working on another very soon to make it even better. I’ve got through 4 desks in the past 2 years and after the first 3 just decided I had to do it myself. I also host an Apache web server on Ubuntu server on a separate machine, so v2 of this desk will a dual or triple motherboard configuration, much cleaner, and water cooled so I can allow for much lower clearance configurations. It took me many many hours of work and many late nights because my shop is 2 hours away so I have to maximize the time I spend there! I’m a professional consultant for big home projects during my day job, and it was nice to take some of that energy and put it into my own home project, which is something I don’t always get the chance to do. Components ryzen 7 3700x Nvidia founders 2070 super NVME m.2 1 tb 32 gigs ram Temps under sustained 100% load Cpu max temp 57c Gpu max temp 63c Cool factor 100%
    $1,480.95
    Mason M
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    Dynamic Build Dynamic Build

    First Custom Loop First Custom Loop
    $1,754.94
    David F