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  • Zed #Bitwit! thumbnail

    Zed #Bitwit! Zed #Bitwit!

    Hi my name is Zedryx, I got my pc since 2016 and from Canada Computers which is a Pre-build and I use it for... Hi my name is Zedryx, I got my pc since 2016 and from Canada Computers which is a Pre-build and I use it for Gaming/Streaming and for programming(if i have a chance to go to college either this year or next year). We dont have Micro center in Ottawa canada but might as well join the giveaway, you never know until you try. the games that im playing on my Rig are : GTA5, Valorant, League of legends, Apex, RainbowSix, Battle Field 5, Sims 4, NFS heat, Overwatch,Dead by daylight, CSGO, CodMW/Warzone, Coldwar, Stardew, O2jam. Future upgrades are my GPU which i have is 1060 6gb and More Storage i have 500gb ssd and 1T of hard drive, planning to upgrade to gpu 3000series and more storage for my pc. I am planning on going to IT programming course when i get the chance i switched from Medical course i enjoyed it but then i was like something is not right its not my passion. since i was a child my dad was an IT graduate and he always let me play games on his computer. i know this description is short , i really felt good sharing stuff like this it felt nice. anyways goodluck to all participants have a good day :) ... I Cant find my GPU in the section "Build Part List" My GPU is msi 1060 6gb single fan
    $844.94
    Zedryx C
  • FreezerBurns #Bitwit! thumbnail

    FreezerBurns #Bitwit! FreezerBurns #Bitwit!

    Built to replace a rig that still ran after ten years, but was showing its age. Ironically, it was a Microcenter product,... Built to replace a rig that still ran after ten years, but was showing its age. Ironically, it was a Microcenter product, the PowerSpec X603 that got me started down this road.
    $3,389.94
    BigDog82000
  • Transistor Glow #Bitwit thumbnail

    Transistor Glow #Bitwit Transistor Glow #Bitwit

    All parts and accessories will be listed at the bottom. My gaming rig, used mostly for Destiny 2, Escape From Tarkov,... All parts and accessories will be listed at the bottom. My gaming rig, used mostly for Destiny 2, Escape From Tarkov, Battlefield 4, Far Cry, BioShock, Batman, and CS:GO. I also use this setup for Hi-Res music, it’s connected to my receiver and speakers as well as my headphone amps, and headphones. I also used this to record and digitize my entire record catalog in 192 kHz WAV. This build was designed to have very minimal RGB, and for the little it does have stand out inside a case with dark tinted tempered glass. Only a small line on the motherboard VRM heat sync, the ram sticks, and the GPU have RGB, and I went with a soft orange color to match the glow of the tubes on one of my amplifiers. For future upgrades, I would really like to get a matching RAM kit and have 32GB of RAM. However the more pressing upgrade is the GPU, I already had the 1660ti that is in it now, which is pretty serviceable. But I am trying to get a 3080 for a reasonable price so that my 1440p ultra wide can actually go to it’s full 144hz. I would also like to get some custom sleeved black cables at some point to really neaten up the cable situation, but I think it looks great for now with the stock cables. The biggest focus for me was performance and understated style and also minimal size for an ATX chassis, with essentially all black components, and a dark tint on the case glass. I went for a cooler that was going to more than handle my 5900x with a slight OC, and thankfully the 280mm rad fits perfectly in the front of my case. I also made sure to take advantage of my PCIe 4.0 compatible m.2 slot by putting in a 1TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 drive for games, and a 500gb PCIe 3.0 NVMe for my boot drive. My brother and I put a massive focus on correctly managing the cables, and making sure it was all as clean as possible. At the end of the day this is essentially my dream PC, and I cannot wait to finish getting the rest of the parts I need to be at the maximum potential for this build. Parts List: Tower: AMD Ryzen 9 5900x, MSI Gaming X 1660 ti, Gigabyte Aorus x570 Elite, Sabrent Rocket 4.0 1TB, WD Blue 500GB, 16GB Crucial Ballistix RAM, 2x 2TB Seagate Barracuda HDD, EVGA Supernova GA 850w PSU, Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280mm CLC Monitors: 24" AOC 24G1WG4 1920x1080 144hz, Acer Nitro 34" XV340CK P ultrawide 3440x1440 144hz Audio: Sennheiser x Massdrop HD6XX, Hifiman Sundara, Hifiman x Massdrop HE-4XX, XDuoo TA-03S tube amplifier, Drop O2 + Grace SDAC, Harmon/Kardon Aura Studio 2 Hifi setup: Pioneer SX-10AE, Pioneer PL-520 turntable, ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 speakers Peripherals: Corsair Harpoon Wireless, KBD Fans Tofu 65 Acrylic, with Kailh Box Jades
    $1,769.92
    Walter Z
  • My little Friend #Bitwit thumbnail

    My little Friend #Bitwit My little Friend #Bitwit

    Gaming rig Gaming rig
    $3,654.94
    Albert H
  • Nirav's PC #Bitwit thumbnail

    Nirav's PC #Bitwit Nirav's PC #Bitwit

    I built my PC originally for Destiny 2 and have since upgraded it for better 1440p high refresh rate gaming. Currently, my... I built my PC originally for Destiny 2 and have since upgraded it for better 1440p high refresh rate gaming. Currently, my primary games have been Genshin Impact, Destiny 2, and the New World Closed Beta. As amazing as the Noctua NH-D15S is, I do want to replace it with a 360 AIO in order to truely vertically mount the GPU. Right now, the 3070 is vertically mounted at an angle under the heatsink as it's the only way it'd fit.
    $2,127.89
    Nirav P
  • The Flutz Pc #Bitwit thumbnail

    The Flutz Pc #Bitwit The Flutz Pc #Bitwit

    I began this build at Micro Center, around a year ago actually, and it looked a lot different. It was my first time building... I began this build at Micro Center, around a year ago actually, and it looked a lot different. It was my first time building a computer and i had so much fun that I started to get all of my friends to also build theirs, and I helped them and now I build computers at least 2-3 times a month. My computer has been in the upgrading process since then though, and I have gone from a 3600 to a 5600x and a 1660 super to a 3070. It is not over though, I plan to soon make a custom loop build as soon as I can scrap up the money for it. My actual setup is getting along pretty well too, though once I move I plan to have my monitors stacked rather than side by side. I am highly inspired by Bitwit with my setup and wish I could make a wall mounted/custom looped pc as well in the future.
    $2,420.91
    Guy G
  • White thumbnail

    White White

    This was my first build for gaming. I decided to go big. Mostly first person shooters including Warsone and soon... This was my first build for gaming. I decided to go big. Mostly first person shooters including Warsone and soon battlefield! With thenl occasional flight simulator 2020 with full controls.
    $4,401.91
    Patrick R
  • 6800 before it was cool thumbnail

    6800 before it was cool 6800 before it was cool

    Dual Sapphire Pulse 6800's, Ryzen 5800x, MSI x570 and Corsair for days - airflow case, lots of fans and AIO. 1200W EVGA... Dual Sapphire Pulse 6800's, Ryzen 5800x, MSI x570 and Corsair for days - airflow case, lots of fans and AIO. 1200W EVGA Platinum 1200.The airflow is designed to create a cyclone that is slowly pulled upwards to allow cool air to rise and sit.
    $809.97
    spdracr713
  • ROG AMD Build thumbnail

    ROG AMD Build ROG AMD Build

    I personally built this because I always wanted a computer the way that I wanted to look. Some might say that I'm a ROG... I personally built this because I always wanted a computer the way that I wanted to look. Some might say that I'm a ROG fanboy :)
    $8,174.73
    robert c
  • My Setup thumbnail

    My Setup My Setup

    Decent little build although it's obviously GPU bottlenecked (Sure I'm not alone) Plays most older titles or well optimized ... Decent little build although it's obviously GPU bottlenecked (Sure I'm not alone) Plays most older titles or well optimized games at really good FPS on high or highest settings at 1080p but newer more demanding games are anywhere from 30 to 60 FPS depending on the Title. Still makes for a good little workstation, multimedia, general purpose machine and more than quick enough for basic task.
    $1,859.85
    Nicholas F
  • 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
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    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
  • 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
  • #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
  • 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
  • The OnlineCarShow Special πŸ˜‚πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ thumbnail

    The OnlineCarShow Special πŸ˜‚πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ The OnlineCarShow Special πŸ˜‚πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈ

    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
  • NZXT case build 1 and 2 thumbnail

    NZXT case build 1 and 2 NZXT case build 1 and 2

    PC 1 I mainly use general purpose and playing pc games.PC 2 I made for my spouse to work on and also play pc games with... PC 1 I mainly use general purpose and playing pc games. PC 2 I made for my spouse to work on and also play pc games with me. Most of the games I play are found on Steam, Blizzard, Epic Games, LoL, Valorant, etc. I'm a OIF/OEF Vet myself, my teenage kids wanted to get into PC gaming (they're "upgrading" from consoles/Fortnite) and I come from an automotive repair background so putting together a PC is trivial in comparison to an engine or fine tuning suspension for an auto cross track. Anywho, future upgrades to include the new 6800 XT or some 3080's were available but I'll deal with having 5700 XT's for now as a place holder. Almost returned both these NZXT cases (still within 30day window) and buy 2 new Lian Li O11 Dynamic Mini cases + 12*LL120 case fans but too lazy to take apart both PC components JUST to have the NEW case.
    $3,267.86
    Phong V
  • 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
  • Spectrum Build / S&P build thumbnail

    Spectrum Build / S&P build Spectrum Build / S&P build

    I built this rig for anything from school work to gaming and video rendering. This build has seen alot of changes since it... I built this rig for anything from school work to gaming and video rendering. This build has seen alot of changes since it first was put together. I completely love the features and functionality of this case. I fabricated a GPU support bracket and GPU backplate and currently have a LCD screen mod for the PSU shroud in the works to monitor temperatures. I originally had a EVGA FTW 2 in this rig with a waterblock but it passed away near the end of my college schooling. The 2060 Super is temporary for a RTX 3000 series. The next biggest project is to convert the entire loop to hard tubing and am very excited for that! I try my best to make soft tubing look great by making the cuts tight to kind of simulate hard tubing bends. Thank you for looking!
    $2,092.94
    Christopher S
  • NZXT : ROG FUSION thumbnail

    NZXT : ROG FUSION NZXT : ROG FUSION

    I built this rig for the primary purpose of 4K gaming, VR gaming, and learning overclocking. I built my first computer in... I built this rig for the primary purpose of 4K gaming, VR gaming, and learning overclocking. I built my first computer in 2007 in high school and since have dreamed of building another over the years. Being in school and while working my way up left me barely enough time to sleep and no money to eat. I now finally have the ability to work from home and I wanted to celebrate with a gaming pc. My brothers and best friends are big into gaming and I can finally join them! In process of building this pc I helped both of my brothers and two of my friends build their gaming pc, all with parts from microcenter at St. David’s! We can finally game together, these computers have brought us all together enduring the crazy year. About the build: Since I am a old counsel gamer I wanted my rig to be in my living room. So I paired the system with a 120hz 75” Samsung 4K 8 series tv and a bowers and Wilkins panaorama 2 sound bar. Specs: CPU: Ryzen 5600x GPU: Strix 3090 OC RAM: trident z neo 32gb 3600cl16 Storage: 1tb xpg pcie 4.0 nvme, seagate 3tb hdd PSU: Corsair AX1200 MOBO: Asus TUF x570 plus WiFi Cooling: NZXT x73 Kraken push/pull configuration Case: NZXT H710i black, custom silver cable cover
    $5,967.94
    Patrick M
  • Aorus Beast thumbnail

    Aorus Beast Aorus Beast

    Mainly built for gaming and work due to work from home given the pandemic circumstance. I play most AAA games and all games... Mainly built for gaming and work due to work from home given the pandemic circumstance. I play most AAA games and all games that on Xbox gamepass. So far I've played BF-V, Warzone, Far Cry 5, The Division 2, etc. I also use for zoom meetings when necessary.
    $1,532.91
    Remy Hendra
  • Gaming rig thumbnail

    Gaming rig Gaming rig

    Upgraded from a 2080 super, still waiting on a water block and cables Upgraded from a 2080 super, still waiting on a water block and cables
    $2,917.90
    Brian F
  • MidnightCoffee's VR Dev Build thumbnail

    MidnightCoffee's VR Dev Build MidnightCoffee's VR Dev Build

    Upgrading from a i7 1060 laptop, to this awesome PC. Was my first build and so far has been great for VR development, and... Upgrading from a i7 1060 laptop, to this awesome PC. Was my first build and so far has been great for VR development, and playing Half Life: Alyx! I would like to upgrade to a 3000 series card in the future, but who knows when they'll be available! :)
    $1,501.90
    Judah M
  • 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