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  • Project Poseidon thumbnail

    Project Poseidon Project Poseidon

    This is my daily driver rig rebuilt. I used a barbed fitting on the previous incarnation and as a result, had a soft tube... This is my daily driver rig rebuilt. I used a barbed fitting on the previous incarnation and as a result, had a soft tube blow out and leak coolant everywhere. The goal of this was to be half artwork half super computer.
    $4,548.94
    Laert S
  • creative design build thumbnail

    creative design build creative design build

    I built this machine to help me with my creative apparel design and illustrations. This is part of my fashion business I built this machine to help me with my creative apparel design and illustrations. This is part of my fashion business
    $1,087.91
    THEOPHANY CLOTHING
  • TK-421 thumbnail

    TK-421 TK-421

    Having decided I didn't want another console, I opted to give PC gaming a try. What followed was... a bit of a rabbit hole. Having decided I didn't want another console, I opted to give PC gaming a try. What followed was... a bit of a rabbit hole.
    $3,128.89
    Ubermick
  • My First Build thumbnail

    My First Build My First Build

    Im a business owner and needed a computer to have excel sheets to keep track of my inventory. Will use this build for school... Im a business owner and needed a computer to have excel sheets to keep track of my inventory. Will use this build for school and casually play.
    $1,483.90
    Daniel I
  • Dragon Ball Z thumbnail

    Dragon Ball Z Dragon Ball Z

    I use my gaming computer for games like Rocket League, GTA 5, Marvel vs Capcom 3... Etc I regret absolutely nothing about... I use my gaming computer for games like Rocket League, GTA 5, Marvel vs Capcom 3... Etc I regret absolutely nothing about this build, I love it!!!
    $2,537.88
    Ashley H
  • 5900X / 3080 thumbnail

    5900X / 3080 5900X / 3080

    AMD 5900X Build as a Workstation and Gaming. This PC has been very impressive for performance and is a large upgrade from my... AMD 5900X Build as a Workstation and Gaming. This PC has been very impressive for performance and is a large upgrade from my 8700K/1080TI PC. Rendering times have been reduced by over 50% and gaming is effortless unless running a title like Cyberpunk.
    $3,069.92
    NWP714
  • Alpha 22 thumbnail

    Alpha 22 Alpha 22

    Used for Mining, Trading (manual and algorithmic), Audio Production/ Engineering, Photo and Video Editing Used for Mining, Trading (manual and algorithmic), Audio Production/ Engineering, Photo and Video Editing
    $1,265.97
    Alex A
  • General Purpose / DAW / Gaming - Super Quiet! thumbnail

    General Purpose / DAW / Gaming - Super... General Purpose / DAW / Gaming - Super Quiet!

    I use one computer for everything: programs, DAW, and gaming. For this build I was focused on fast, quiet, and all SSD. (I... I use one computer for everything: programs, DAW, and gaming. For this build I was focused on fast, quiet, and all SSD. (I don't OC. I'm more concerned with longevity.) I usually put a cap on how much I will spend but this time I wanted to load up with as much M.2 as I could get. (Just the samples for my DAW run over 3TB.)
    $3,451.89
    James A
  • 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
  • Philip's Streaming/Recording Setup thumbnail

    Philip's Streaming/Recording Setup Philip's Streaming/Recording Setup

    I recently came to microcenter in hopes of getting a new pc. I picked up this beast along with 3 monitors (1x MSI Monitor,... I recently came to microcenter in hopes of getting a new pc. I picked up this beast along with 3 monitors (1x MSI Monitor, and 2x BenQ monitors). I have had no problems with this machine. The keyboard is an EagleTec KG050-BR (With white keycaps), and the Mouse is an Ajazz AJ52. Both items I bought on amazon.
    $2,147.87
    Philip E
  • #MicroCenterMadness The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Build thumbnail

    #MicroCenterMadness The Falcon and The... #MicroCenterMadness The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Build

    I build the computer for personal use and for programming. I am a web developer and I needed a new PC because the older one... I build the computer for personal use and for programming. I am a web developer and I needed a new PC because the older one is slow and kept crashing. It took me sometime to get the parts but at the end it it was a nice to have everything together to start the build. I was anxious. Also the problem with the graphic cards didn't help because everyone wanted one and the bots were really annoying. This was my first actual build and I am really proud of it. Everything works really smoothly and I know it will last a lifetime. My next upgrade for this build will be storage.
    $3,136.86
    piotrj87
  • #MicroCenterMadness Itz_Whatz_on_the_Inside thumbnail

    #MicroCenterMadness ... #MicroCenterMadness Itz_Whatz_on_the_Inside

    #MicroCenterMadnessAs a computer science student I realized that I've spent more time learning about computer software than... #MicroCenterMadness As a computer science student I realized that I've spent more time learning about computer software than computer hardware. This led me to learn more about computer hardware so I spent two weeks reading articles, manuals, and watching youtube video's so that I could learn more about the different components that make up a computer. After indoctrinating myself, I set out to build my rig with the intent of creating something that would help me compile code, run virtual machines, and lightly play video games (when I'm not studying of course!!). Since I was only interested in light gaming I didn't mind having a lower end graphics card. Also, considering the shortage of GPU's I was wiling to settle for any GPU that would render things on my monitor. Once the chip shortage mellows out and GPU prices start to normalize I will consider buying a better graphics card so I can play some serious games breh!! Even though I don't have a high end graphics card I'm still very proud of my build because it has a very powerful 12 core AMD processor, 32 gb of ram, 1 TB SSD, and a 2TB HDD. My 12 core processor helps me compile my code at a fast rate and the 32gb of ram gives me the ability to run memory intensive virtual machines in tandem with my host operating system. One of my favorite features is my SSD + HDD combo. I'm planning on keeping my coding files on my SSD so that I can read and write to them at a faster rate and the HDD will be used to store larger files like photo's, movies, and games. Even though HDD's are pegged as slower media, I've found that they can recall files faster when it's not used to hold my primary OS. This small technical loophole allows me to draw greater speed and performance from my HDD. Another great thing about this build is my Lancool II Mesh Tempered Glass eATX Full Tower Computer Case. Even though this case runs on the bigger side, it's size makes it very easy to install all of my components and makes it very easy to cable manage. Also, the two tempered glass side panels make it easy to reach in and make necessary adjustments. Other than it's size, this case has two amazing frontal stock fans that provide outstanding frontal airflow. Even though this case has amazing airflow, I may consider adding a radiator at the top of my case so that I can have air blowing down onto my horizontally placed graphics card. Building a computer during a global pandemic is a daunting task because their is a shortage of computer parts, however I don't regret this experience and I had fun along the way!!
    $1,464.92
    Enrique G
  • Eclipse #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Eclipse #MicroCenterMadness Eclipse #MicroCenterMadness

    Five years ago I joined the world of building custom gaming PCs with my very first gaming desktop containing a Core i5-4690K... Five years ago I joined the world of building custom gaming PCs with my very first gaming desktop containing a Core i5-4690K and a GTX 960 2GB. Ironically enough this was also my very first time visiting my local Micro Center location about an hour drive away. I knew that this wouldn't be the final form of that system and have been upgrading on a roughly annual basis little by little; new CPU cooler here, new GPU there, real standard stuff. By the end of 2020 AMD and NVIDIA both dropped their massive architecture improvements; namely Zen 3 and Ampere. With my recent paychecks from my new part-time job saved up from Christmas break, I knew I wanted to go all out on upgrades and decided to restart from the ground up to build the ultimate system of my dreams. Behold Eclipse; my Ryzen 9 5900X and RTX 3090 FE gaming and editing PC. Yes I know the CPU and GPU are super hard to get ahold of, I feel you 100%. But let this just be a reminder to not give in to scalpers. The CPU was bought from Micro Center at MSRP and the GPU was bought from a guy looking to trade for an RTX 3080 or RX 6800 XT. He dropped the price to $1600 when I offered to meet him halfway so even if I'd have bought this GPU myself, the total would've only been $11 cheaper after tax. Even if he wanted the $1589 the card costed after tax I probably would've brought him $11 worth of food for his troubles anyway haha. I really hope you all like this rig as it was my first build with this magnitude of hardware and I think it turned out fantastic. If you wanna see the build process, I highly recommend you check out the video I made on my YouTube channel which can be found here: https://youtu.be/RJSADalELNg I do a lot of fun PC builds and other PC-tech related stuff on my channel so I'd really appreciate if you took a look. My channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXzSPKUKgC9IRt-CCvT19JQ
    $4,279.34
    George Mahramas
  • Storm Shadow #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Storm Shadow #MicroCenterMadness Storm Shadow #MicroCenterMadness

    I just wanted a good rig to game on, process photos or video content and maybe even do some 3D design work for my long list... I just wanted a good rig to game on, process photos or video content and maybe even do some 3D design work for my long list of hobbies. My intent was to make it nice to look at and I've never done a custom build before. No matter what i did the 3090 seemed to be in the way of showing off the nice looking X570. So I decided to vertical mount the card and so began the challenge. What followed was a lot of planning, trips to the hardware store and locating a brake to bend sheet metal that thick. Build FAQ: Custom made the bracket by hand, I have a 40cm link up riser cable twisted meticulously to reduce visibility. Also used a display port 90 adapter and two extension cables to avoid having my hdmi and Display port cables from tv coming through the case. (No loss in frame rate) Temperatures on everything runs from 5-10c cooler including the 3090. Hot air exits out the rear side of case and the top instead of blowing directly on MB. Also as a result of the 3090 not being in the way of the fans the M.2's and Ballistic Max also run a tad cooler.
    $4,720.81
    Jason P
  • Dads Rig thumbnail

    Dads Rig Dads Rig

    Lucky snag from a friend in a hard spot, work in progress... Lucky snag from a friend in a hard spot, work in progress...
    $2,289.93
    Mary W
  • The Gentleman's Workshop #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    The Gentleman's Workshop... The Gentleman's Workshop #MicroCenterMadness

    Being both an avid gamer & online entrepreneur, I wanted to create a rustic & minimal space that could fit the purpose of... Being both an avid gamer & online entrepreneur, I wanted to create a rustic & minimal space that could fit the purpose of both passions. I decided to build a workshop style desk from Douglas Fir wood & use that to begin building the theme of my setup. I wanted it to come off with a "Gentleman" vibe, which is why I decided to name it "The Gentleman's Workshop". When building out my PC, I wanted RGB but a very humble RGB that would blend well with the warm tones of the Edison bulbs and space. That's why I decided to choose orange, however, these can be changed at anytime to switch up the aesthetics. I'm sure you also notice the Space X touch within the case. I chose this as my Kraken Z73 background to stay inspired when I'm in work mode. Now that my build is complete, when I'm not running my E-commerce businesses online, I enjoy playing titles like Star Citizen, Hell Let Loose, Flight Simulator VR, & occasionally World of Warcraft. I also enjoy just about any other common FPS & MMORPG. As future changes to the build go, I would maybe consider swapping out the Motherboard for something higher quality and more updated but for now, my MSI X570 Gaming Edge Wifi gets the job done! Overall, I'm extremely happy with the build and will most likely keep it minimal and clean. Less is more here! **All components purchased at my local Microcenter**
    $4,567.90
    Anthony T
  • Zim #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Zim #MicroCenterMadness Zim #MicroCenterMadness

    I built this for gaming, programming, and general use desktop. I usually play casual games such as GTA V, Phasmaphobia,... I built this for gaming, programming, and general use desktop. I usually play casual games such as GTA V, Phasmaphobia, Fallout series, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, some racing games like DiRT Rally 2, and will occasionally play games like R6 Siege and Call of Duty: Cold War. Future upgrades include a vertical mount for the 3070 and possibly liquid cooling for the CPU. Most future upgrades will likely be cosmetic. Things I would have done differently would be mostly cosmetic- for example having red colored RAM to have more red with the red/black theme. Maybe also tone the RGB down a bit. Overall, I am very happy with this build. It is on its fourth iteration and I can’t wait to improve on it as time goes on.
    $2,013.93
    Eric Z
  • Work from ho..... LY MOLY. That's what I call a rig! #MicroCenterMadness! thumbnail

    Work from ho..... LY MOLY. That's what... Work from ho..... LY MOLY. That's what I call a rig! #MicroCenterMadness!

    Work and play rig I'm grateful to have and pleased to share with all y'all. I manage educational webinars and live streams... Work and play rig I'm grateful to have and pleased to share with all y'all. I manage educational webinars and live streams for healthcare providers across the country. This, in conjunction with managing IT Administration for Pediatric Urgent Care has me grateful for the front-line workers I support... On the gaming side, I have been enjoying Hades, Overwatch, Borderlands 3, Doom Eternal, Dead Cells, and lately been revisiting Diablo II in anticipation of the remaster.
    $3,501.98
    Muffnman
  • 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
  • V-MK-8 #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    V-MK-8 #MicroCenterMadness V-MK-8 #MicroCenterMadness

    I needed an upgrade after many years and discovered RGB is a thing. Also I wanted to finally dive into water cooling for my... I needed an upgrade after many years and discovered RGB is a thing. Also I wanted to finally dive into water cooling for my CPU & GPU.
    $2,679.90
    Joseph L
  • 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
  • The AMD P600S Build thumbnail

    The AMD P600S Build The AMD P600S Build

    A Ryzen/Radeon Build used for work and play. A Ryzen/Radeon Build used for work and play.
    $3,459.95
    G Money
  • Juggernaut thumbnail

    Juggernaut Juggernaut

    For Work: Lightroom Photoshop Premier Pro After Effects Blender HandbrakeFor Play: DCS World MSFS 2020 Cyberpunk... For Work: Lightroom Photoshop Premier Pro After Effects Blender Handbrake For Play: DCS World MSFS 2020 Cyberpunk 2077 Baldurs Gate This thing is a beast and blow my old intel setup away. I need to get a better GPU support. The dowel rod is a little out of place. I am trying to come up with something to print, but I haven’t found anything yet. I may look to upgrade the cooling system in the future. It works pretty well but I think there is room for improvement. Gaming it hits low 60’s and under heavy load in video work it will get into the low 70’s. I am considering getting 2 more fan control and rgb boards. It works fine on my current set up but I can clean up the wiring in the back a lot more if I didn’t have all of it going to a single point.
    $5,114.85
    ppennza
  • Doom thumbnail

    Doom Doom

    Finally decided to upgrade from my 7 year old FX processor build which was all aqcuired from microcenter in 2014 and went... Finally decided to upgrade from my 7 year old FX processor build which was all aqcuired from microcenter in 2014 and went all corsair. I been wanting to do a ryzen build for a few years now but never really got the time due to the numerous deployments. Still not able to get the Asus strix 6800 XT OC LC that i want so I'm using a R9 390 from my old build.
    $2,739.96
    Kevin Xo