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  • Console killer1 thumbnail

    Console killer1 Console killer1

    I built this rig for a better than average gaming experience. To get a taste for performance and possibly immerse my self... I built this rig for a better than average gaming experience. To get a taste for performance and possibly immerse my self into the deep world of pc gaming and building pcs. Im now addicted to the whole process from picking the components to the building to the satisfaction of seeing it all running smoothly. I decided to jump in head first and there's no turning back now. My rig is still ever evolving. I still plan on making more improvements. i.e. Aorus Gigabyte rtx 3080 , Aorus Z490 mother board, lian li rgb strimmer cables(8 & 24 pin)... I like playing Cyberpunk, Apex legends, fortnite, and Predator: Hunting grounds. Oh and anything racing. My epic ID is evil.askari . I'm still learning a lot about this particular field but I'm focused and passionate about this and wouldn't mind sharing thoughts and info on anything pertaining to pcs and gaming. I'm also interested in 3d rendering 3d printing, vinyl cutting. I have a Cricut and a great press for making custom images for t shirts. So I also want my rig to
    $1,789.91
    Alberto R
  • Phoenix thumbnail

    Phoenix Phoenix

    I built this computer because I wanted to play games and never had a computer growing up. Watched a few videos of people... I built this computer because I wanted to play games and never had a computer growing up. Watched a few videos of people build, then decided to try and build one when I got the money.
    $1,209.94
    Alex W
  • 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
  • JPSHRACER INFINITY Custom Built 2020 #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    JPSHRACER INFINITY Custom Built 2020... JPSHRACER INFINITY Custom Built 2020 #MicroCenterMadness

    Gaming and Workstation. I use it primarily as my daily driver for email, web browsing and websites. I also play games on... Gaming and Workstation. I use it primarily as my daily driver for email, web browsing and websites. I also play games on occasion on it. My current games are MechWarrior Online, Planetside 2, Among Us, Antigraviator, Pacer (formerly Formula Fusion), Watch Dogs, Watch Dogs 2. I love playing Watch Dogs because it is my favorite franchise. I buy most of my games on sale on Steam. I really love how this build turned out. Special thanks to Micro Center associates and Micro Center Build Service for the purchasing and assembly. I have the technical knowledge. However, they really saved me time and frustration from building it myself. #MicroCenterMadness
    $2,226.90
    Johnathan H
  • Hecate (Greek Goddess of Witchcraft, associated with creatures of the night) thumbnail

    Hecate (Greek Goddess of Witchcraft,... Hecate (Greek Goddess of Witchcraft, associated with creatures of the night)

    Gaming and Streaming! Mainly streaming Overwatch, Destiny 2, Dying Light 2, and Among Us. I'm currently trying to grow my... Gaming and Streaming! Mainly streaming Overwatch, Destiny 2, Dying Light 2, and Among Us. I'm currently trying to grow my YouTube and Twitch channel. Twitch: twitch.tv/jukeboxdinosaur YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAYQ8UkwvvoCogCV-hkELAA (Ookie Spooky on YouTube) I plan to upgrade to an RTX 3080 in the near future, as well as adding two more sticks of Trident Z Royal sticks.
    $1,912.88
    Adam L
  • First PC Build thumbnail

    First PC Build First PC Build

    This is my first PC build This is my first PC build
    $1,631.91
    Malia V
  • Matte Black Blues thumbnail

    Matte Black Blues Matte Black Blues

    Last October, in the midst of exam week, I spilt coffee on my gaming laptop. My budget was tight ($800ish) but my exam... Last October, in the midst of exam week, I spilt coffee on my gaming laptop. My budget was tight ($800ish) but my exam schedule even tighter, thus I had to act quick. I watched all the possible video tutorials on “how to build a PC” and researched the best “bang for buck” hardware in the time span of one weekend¬. I was anxious yet zealous at the same time. I went ahead and purchased all the parts from Microcenter, drove home with the slowest speed I’ve ever driven in my life, rolled up my sleeves, and my journey began. The whole process took me 8 stressful hours, during which I was constantly re-watching videos and checking if everything fit as it should. I was so jittery I even dropped my CPU but thankfully the Internet taught me I could bend the pins back with a card. Phewww. I was also able to reuse my HDD and the m.2 NVMe SSD from my dead laptop which was a big victory considering my budget. I couldn’t stop admiring my build for weeks and I have slowly but surely been upgrading parts ever since. I created a custom logo for myself and purchased a custom GPU bracket to make my design pop. I am a mechanical engineering student currently and I use my PC for AutoCAD, SOLIDWORKS, and to learn programming languages on the side. So far, I’m proficient in HTML, CSS, Javascript and beginner in JAVA, C++ and Python. In my free time, I enjoy playing Rocket League, PUBG, Among Us, Fall Guys, and the classic- FIFA. I also love listening to music and that is why I recently purchased the Hifiman HE4xx. Looking to buy an AMP and a DAC soon (another rabbit hole I am entering). I’m a very visually oriented person and love being able to match my peripherals and pc with RGB. Since I am not a fan of rainbow effects, I have synced all my devices to be split in half - one side light blue and the other dark blue. With the $500 gift card I am planning to majorly upgrade my system. I want to go from a Ryzen 2600x to a 5700x and add 16gb more RAM, so that I can create more complex models in SOLIDWORKS without hiccups. At the same time, I want to upgrade my GPU to a RTX3060 or 2070Super, which will be more than enough for 144Hz 1080p (hopefully for the horribly optimized PUBG too).
    $1,696.90
    Alexander K
  • Optimus Prime (Jewish Variant) thumbnail

    Optimus Prime (Jewish Variant) Optimus Prime (Jewish Variant)

    I builded this absolute chonker of a PC so that I could play TF2 and Roblox with my best friends. We are old kids so we can... I builded this absolute chonker of a PC so that I could play TF2 and Roblox with my best friends. We are old kids so we can play FPS (first person shooter) After my parents divorced, I was very down in the dumps. I only had my memes to comfort mne, My dad felt bad and bought me these parts so I can game with my BFS (Best friends) I usually am supposed to do my school, but gaming is so much cooler than schoole. I am very happy with how it turnd out. I hope you like it! (name came from family guy)
    $1,906.91
    Ben P
  • Naming is hard thumbnail

    Naming is hard Naming is hard

    For gaming, but able to handle nearly everything for a long time before needing upgrades For gaming, but able to handle nearly everything for a long time before needing upgrades
    $1,428.91
    Greg B
  • Yuki thumbnail

    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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    Ronny Ronny

    I built this setup for school. From time to time I play Warzone with friends. I built this setup for school. From time to time I play Warzone with friends.
    $1,203.92
    bryan b
  • Lockdown Sanity Protector thumbnail

    Lockdown Sanity Protector Lockdown Sanity Protector

    I built this PC in early 2020 with parts almost exclusively bought at Micro Center in St. Louis Park MN. When MN when into... I built this PC in early 2020 with parts almost exclusively bought at Micro Center in St. Louis Park MN. When MN when into lockdown in early March, I used this computer religiously to keep in touch with my friends in Discord: playing games, watching movies, hanging out, and CADing. This computer is powerful enough that I don't have to think about what applications I am running or how many I am running at a time, I am able to do anything on this machine and I will be for the foreseeable future.
    $1,810.97
    Benjamin L
  • Bubs thumbnail

    Bubs Bubs

    Took me 2 years to get here, need help with cable management. Took me 2 years to get here, need help with cable management.
    $1,189.91
    Steven A
  • Titan_363's Water Wall thumbnail

    Titan_363's Water Wall Titan_363's Water Wall

    I enjoy watching the time lapse builds on you tube, those guys and gals can build some awesome rigs. I have a desk in the... I enjoy watching the time lapse builds on you tube, those guys and gals can build some awesome rigs. I have a desk in the corner of my room, so a couple years ago I got this image or idea in my head about building a cool water cooled system spread out on the two walls above my desk. Friends think I'm crazy, but the idea stuck in my head and "some day I'm gonna do it!". Well that day was 7 months long of engineering the design, ordering parts, researching parts (dig deep into M.2 storage systems or multiple card arrays, you can spend weeks and still be lost), fabricating parts and most importantly working to BUY the $6000+ in parts. And the actual, build itself was spread out over 4 weeks. Its my first water cooled build, so the tubing was extremely slow going and chopped full of mistakes, lol literally I have 15 feet worth of 16mm hard tubing mistakes. And the cost of water fittings quickly overwhelmed me. I've got at least $400 just in fittings. I love the people at Microcenter reservations, I just pick my parts online and reserve them, and they go gather them off the shelves, what a time saver for me, I love them guys and gals. I mostly just play World of Tanks, and World of Warplanes with the rig, the Core I9 10900K 10th gen CPU and the ROG Strix 2070 on a ASUS ROG Maximus XII Formula board are way overkill for my needs, but over is better than under. I operate with the CPU punched up to 5 GHZ, 3.7 being stock, but I have clocked it up to 5.2 for benchtests but haven't took it to the magical 5.3 yet, lol. I do have an ASUS Hyper M.2 X 16 card for linking 4 M.2s, but as of now I have 3 Samsung 970 EVO plus card mounted in board set up in a RAID 0 configuration so the hyper drive would be an insignificant gain , it would have to read my mind to get much faster than it is now, lol. And a big thank you to Microcenter a good 3/4 of this build came off their shelves, mostly the Brentwood Mo store but some was the online store. The employees at Microcenter are truly the best, I have never gotten less than 100% of genuine want to satisfy. I bought this build one pay check at a time, and I am a flooring installer making $15/hr, so that was a lot of floors, and a lot of trips to Microcenter, lol.
    $3,780.09
    John S
  • Stream Machine thumbnail

    Stream Machine Stream Machine

    This pc was built for streaming and gaming for twitch. This pc was built for streaming and gaming for twitch.
    $1,337.91
    Aaron S
  • Waterbending Cooling thumbnail

    Waterbending Cooling Waterbending Cooling

    Gaming rig primarily but will also be used for streaming and video/photo editing. I mainly play Valorant, Call of Duty... Gaming rig primarily but will also be used for streaming and video/photo editing. I mainly play Valorant, Call of Duty Modern Warfare, League of Legends, Among Us, GTA 5, and a few other games. I also use Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, and Lightroom for editing of my pictures and videos taken on my DSLR. I stream regularly on twitch (twitch.tv/shaythough) as well :). I plan to add in the gtx 3080 when that releases soon!
    $1,404.92
    Sayan B
  • The Nine Tails thumbnail

    The Nine Tails The Nine Tails

    This computer is a beast for all around gaming, streaming, and school. These three reasons is what I had in mind when... This computer is a beast for all around gaming, streaming, and school. These three reasons is what I had in mind when building this computer. I began with a weak, 2010, iMac for gaming and work. Having a computer this strong is easily one of the biggest upgrades. I am able to run Modern Warfare, GTA 5, Valorant, and League of Legends at 150 - 200fps on 1080p. Work on the other hand is insane. I can handle so many computing applications while having my explore window open with absolutely no lag at all. Streaming is up and coming, I just need to bring an ethernet cable into my room because the wifi coverage is total buttcheeks. Overall, this computer was to completely upgrade from a 2010 iMac.
    $1,113.92
    Johny V
  • The Child thumbnail

    The Child The Child

    Call of Duty, Civilization, Sims 4 Call of Duty, Civilization, Sims 4
    $1,309.92
    Martin M
  • Panda build thumbnail

    Panda build Panda build

    First ground up build in 20+ years. Wanted to put something together that could perform everyday tasks, but also play games... First ground up build in 20+ years. Wanted to put something together that could perform everyday tasks, but also play games and enjoy it's performance playing the likes of COD: Warzone, Valorant, Hyper Scape, Grounded, to name a few titles. This was a test doing a little custom painting on the NZXT H510 case which had the Red band but painted that white, taped it off and then sprayed out some black. From there taped off what needed to be and the entire inside of the case was painted white and came out looking nice for a really good Black/White contrast. I guess for the time being it's a work in progress that'll be ongoing. I'll be upgrading to a full ATX Case which will be white, as well as looking forward to picking up a Founders 3080 when they release to throw inside
    $1,504.97
    Enamelized
  • Zelda-Naruto-Last Airbender Mash Up (Toph-Link-Kakashi/Itachi) thumbnail

    Zelda-Naruto-Last Airbender Mash Up... Zelda-Naruto-Last Airbender Mash Up (Toph-Link-Kakashi/Itachi)

    I needed a rig that could handle playing Beat Saber while running multiple programs, recording with green screen, camera,... I needed a rig that could handle playing Beat Saber while running multiple programs, recording with green screen, camera, running PC game, and VR all at the same time. I built this pc because my old computer I had that was prebuilt when I purchased could not handle everything I wanted to do. Before this build, my old pc would keep lagging and I would end up being stressed and not playing after ten minutes. Even though I'll be using it for games, and also office work, it's nice that I now have a pc that will not only let me do anything without it lagging or freezing, but also a pc that I love and built myself from scratch. Emotionally rewarding and satisfying building my first pc! The journey to researching each part, and learning the components are great too. I knew nothing when I started this build. Now I can record/stream the games I love, and able to start recording so I can upload and share on youtube and hopefully on twitch soon (I am "LastFoodBender" in both platforms. Username is LastFoodBender because I love food lol). The games I mainly play are Beat Saber (also other VR games), Destiny 2, Fortnite, Fall Guys, World of Warcraft,Call of Duty (I love zombies). If it wasn't for Microcenter having much better prices than anywhere else I would not have been able to build this, and would have had to settle for lesser parts that I could afford within my budget which may have ended with a pc that was not fast enough to do everything I want. Eventually I would like to upgrade my GPU, get a bigger ssd, and higher psu; for now though, my pc is something I now absolutely love and proud of!
    $1,469.40
    Clarize D
  • First PC build thumbnail

    First PC build First PC build

    This computer is my first pc build, and it turned out really well! This is a gaming pc, which I built to replace and upgrade... This computer is my first pc build, and it turned out really well! This is a gaming pc, which I built to replace and upgrade from my old prebuilt pc. Games I’ve been playing include tomb raider, fallout 4, jedi: fallen order, skyrim, red dead II, witcher III, and dishonored (1 and 2). I got a great deal on a motherboard/cpu/m.2 ssd bundle, and I’m really happy with all three. My old computer had a mechanical hard drive, and the difference in speed between that old laggy drive and an m.2 drive is unreal. I am planning to get a second ssd in the future, but for the moment my 1tb m.2 is working well and I’m not running out of space anytime soon. I can’t state enough how great the graphics card is, going from a gtx 660 to an rtx 2060 is like night and day, and I am absolutely in love with it! Overall this build has been fantastic - I didn’t have too much trouble figuring out how to put everything together, and I can’t find a single thing to complain about with how it’s been working. The wattage on my power supply is probably overkill, but that’s not exactly a bad thing. After building my own gaming pc, I don’t think I’m ever going back to prebuilts!
    $1,604.89
    Danielle K
  • Beginners Luck thumbnail

    Beginners Luck Beginners Luck

    My first ever build, I was blind coming into building a gaming PC. Was very nervous but super excited. I had no issue... My first ever build, I was blind coming into building a gaming PC. Was very nervous but super excited. I had no issue throughout the whole build. I hoped I had thought through some part choices but overall very proud of it. I do some work on this PC but mostly used for gaming.
    $1,126.93
    Furas M
  • Apollo thumbnail

    Apollo Apollo

    I built a gaming pc that is also a workstation too, I mainly did it to gain personal experience to gain knowledge about pc... I built a gaming pc that is also a workstation too, I mainly did it to gain personal experience to gain knowledge about pc building, so I can get improve on my knowledge to get my dream career. Some future upgrades that I would get are a Ryzen 7 3700X, any Nvme 1tb M.2, new ram specifically (2x16gb), and a new graphics card but after Nvidia and AMD release their new graphics card to see which is better.
    $977.92
    AndyD10
  • 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