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  • 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
  • My First Watercooled Rig thumbnail

    My First Watercooled Rig My First Watercooled Rig

    This was my first attempt a watercooling, and I gotta say I think it turned out pretty well so far. I’m still trying to get... This was my first attempt a watercooling, and I gotta say I think it turned out pretty well so far. I’m still trying to get my hands on a 3080 to add to the loop, so I’m using a 1060 6gb I stole from my old Alienware.
    $1,771.94
    Max W
  • 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
  • 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    I'm building this pc because I was going to buy a ps5 since my ps4 is outdated but since I couldn't get a ps5 I decided to... I'm building this pc because I was going to buy a ps5 since my ps4 is outdated but since I couldn't get a ps5 I decided to go for a pc since It will have more then 1 use other than gaming but now I can't get a gpu so I'm just stuck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
  • First Build thumbnail

    First Build First Build

    First Gaming build. Will be updating to a 3080 once I get one. First Gaming build. Will be updating to a 3080 once I get one.
    $2,306.91
    Michael P
  • 1st Build in 10yrs thumbnail

    1st Build in 10yrs 1st Build in 10yrs

    Gaming: COD, Rainbow 6, CSGO, D3, everything and anything new!! Sooo the current market is rough right now so I bought... Gaming: COD, Rainbow 6, CSGO, D3, everything and anything new!! Sooo the current market is rough right now so I bought everything and anything whether I needed it or not then returned what I don't use or need. However, it's been 10yrs since my last build Ryzen is all new to me and when I initially walked in to purchase parts I went in with a casual head of "ladadada building a new PC what to get what to get" not knowing it's the 5600x release and everyone is buying everything sooo I went into panic mode of "what do I get uhh excuse me sir. u got any recommendations on what to go for? Or Soo what u grabbing today? Or "wow man today is crazy what build u building?" Obviously to not sound like a noob and I kind of went off that. However, now that I've built, seen everything, and we'll informed here are the things I'd do differently. Ryzen 7 5800x EVGA 3080 360 cappelix 5000D Airflow or lian li lo xl QL FANS Corsair rgb ram Don't get me wrong I'm more than satisfied with my build 1000% speaking if I could go back in time then this is more the route I'd go.
    $3,218.97
    Julian F
  • Sign of the Times #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Sign of the Times #MicroCenterMadness Sign of the Times #MicroCenterMadness

    I'd like to thank "Diego M" at the Denver Micro Center who helped me (by complete coincidence) during two different trips a... I'd like to thank "Diego M" at the Denver Micro Center who helped me (by complete coincidence) during two different trips a couple of months apart while I was gathering parts for this system. I have named this build "Sign of the Times". When you see the picture and spot the sign, you will understand why! Currently I play a variety of strategy games, such as Endless Space 2, Civilization VI, Rome Total War 2. Also some older first person games such as Tomb Raider. I'd like to play newer first person games as well but that will need to wait (see the previously mentioned sign). Almost all the parts were bought at the Denver Micro Center except for items they simply don't carry.
    $2,141.88
    magarity
  • Gpu lackin thumbnail

    Gpu lackin Gpu lackin

    I built this pc on a $500 budget. it's original intention was gaming which I still do I play rainbow 6, forza horizon 4,... I built this pc on a $500 budget. it's original intention was gaming which I still do I play rainbow 6, forza horizon 4, forza motorsport 7, assetto Corsa, valorant, and gta. I also use this pc for online school now. It has a intel i5 9400f, a rx580, and 16gb of ram on a 750 watt psu for that gpu upgrade 😉. To be clear everything was used that's how I got it in the $500
    $1,055.42
    Henri P
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    Minotaur Minotaur

    This a 10+ year desktop replacement build. I wanted to build a new desktop to upgrade from a 10+ year old one I've had that... This a 10+ year desktop replacement build. I wanted to build a new desktop to upgrade from a 10+ year old one I've had that I kept upgrading. I went for the best value for money build I could put together that would be good as a generic all around PC for programming and gaming. I put together an MSI Tomahawk WiFi motherboard, with a Ryzen 5600X CPU, the first time in my life I build an AMD PC I have been building Intel based ones since the 386SX generation CPUs, and a Geforce RTX 3060 GPU, with a total of 32 GB Ram. I managed to keep the cost of everything including a Dell S3221Qs monitor at just around the 2K range including tax. Here's a full list of the components: CPU : Amd Ryzen 5 5600X Motherboard: MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk WIFI AM4 AMD GPU: EVGA GeForce RTX 3060 ti XC Case: Fractal Design Meshify S2 PSU: EVGA Supernova 650 G5 80 Plus Gold 650W Memory: G. Skill Ripjaws V 32GB DDR4-3600 PC4-28800 Storage: Inland Premium 1TB SSD 3D Nand M.2 2280 PCIe MVMe 3.0x4 Monitor: Dell S3221QS Keyboard: Azio MK HUE AIO Cooling: MSI MAG CORELIQUID 240R
    $1,622.04
    makmanos
  • Tired of waiting for a 3070 thumbnail

    Tired of waiting for a 3070 Tired of waiting for a 3070

    Needed to upgrade my rig, and managed to get a Ryzen 5 5600 X, but didn't want to wait any longer for a GPU. Playing... Needed to upgrade my rig, and managed to get a Ryzen 5 5600 X, but didn't want to wait any longer for a GPU. Playing Overwatch, Doom (2016), and a bunch of other stuff. Really hoping to put a 3070 in it someday so I can play Doom Eternal with higher quality settings.
    $1,181.70
    Aaron S
  • Wife's Gaming PC XMAS Asus TUF 3060 TI & AMD 5600X. GREAT PC thanks elston Chicago microcenter! thumbnail

    Wife's Gaming PC XMAS Asus TUF 3060 TI... Wife's Gaming PC XMAS Asus TUF 3060 TI & AMD 5600X. GREAT PC thanks elston Chicago microcenter!

    This PC was bought on whim when I went to microcenter to do a return early on a monday when they happened to get a bunch of... This PC was bought on whim when I went to microcenter to do a return early on a monday when they happened to get a bunch of graphics cards and processors sent. Initially I was going to get a 3070 but then I noticed they had put out a asus 3060 TI tuf edition that was open box and over $70 off list price. It had been returned the night before by someone who wanted a 3080 I found out. It was still in its wrapper and unopened. Ended up also getting an AMD 5600x processor that had just arrived at the store. Most of the items including the ram, case and one hard drives were open box which really helps on price.
    $1,590.74
    jackuiowa
  • Spike's White Lotus thumbnail

    Spike's White Lotus Spike's White Lotus

    Meet White Lotus, my very first PC build. It warmed my heart as I was going through the process since it reminded me of the... Meet White Lotus, my very first PC build. It warmed my heart as I was going through the process since it reminded me of the times fixing computers with my dad while growing up. She's probably going to see tons of Death Stranding until a really good ray tracing game catches my eye!
    $1,650.91
    Lixhjideny M
  • 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
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    Renegade Renegade

    I built this in the intent of pushing my overclocking limits with the power of water-cooling, this was my first water-cooled... I built this in the intent of pushing my overclocking limits with the power of water-cooling, this was my first water-cooled build and I decided to take the leap and go strait for hard tubing and I think it came out perfect! The biggest challenge was the vertical GPU mount not fitting well in my case, this took a bit of modifying to get done. The main games I've been playing on it are competitive such as Valorant but I also heavily use it for many VR games. Future upgrades for this beauty will be a Ryzen 9 5900x and a RTX 3080 or Radeon 5000 series card whenever I can get my hands on one! I've really liked the experience building this and it was challenging in many ways but the outcome makes everything worth it! (That's what it's all about right?)
    $2,024.92
    Ben M
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    Meshy Meshy

    I custom made the desk with ikea accessories to fit what I was looking for and added a slot beneath to hold my macbooks and... I custom made the desk with ikea accessories to fit what I was looking for and added a slot beneath to hold my macbooks and accessories. The angled speakers are being held by pipe fittings and are connected to each computer via the built in mixer. Also, I upgraded to a Lian Li Mesh 2 case to allow the proper airflow to the 3080FE. I mostly use the pc to play squadrons VR using the oculus quest 2 and my son streams fortnite on his gamers facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/chuysgaming I use a mac mostly for music production with a thunderbolt dock to help connect all my peripherals. There's an outdoor TPlink access point (see picture through window) to give wifi access to the grill tv and cameras surrounding the house. Both monitors are hooked as a 2nd input to either the mac or pc to allow the extended desktop on whichever application I'm using. The one of the left is a 4k LG (mostly for the macbook) and the right monitor is an Asus VG27AQ running at 1440p 165hz. I'm always looking for better ways to upgrade the whole setup including the streaming parts of it. The portable green screen from elgato is also pictured on the corner. It's so easy to put away after each use. Most of these parts were found at my local Micro Center (St. Louis Park in Minnesota) which is 2 hours from where I live but well worth the drive as other retailers haven't had them in stock for months. The only thing I'm missing is a good comfortable gaming chair. Thank you Micro Center for looking out for us customers and I hope you guys like it.
    $3,084.94
    Ivan A
  • Kool Aid Rig thumbnail

    Kool Aid Rig Kool Aid Rig

    I built this computer for my gaming needs and i always wanted to create something for myself to use most of my time. This... I built this computer for my gaming needs and i always wanted to create something for myself to use most of my time. This fantastic Kool Aid themed PC is the first ever thing ive build about 2 weeks ago and so furthermore i decided to add in most of my RGB from NZXT to further express the red and purple bloom for my themed build, also it makes my little jug shine as bright as the red moon! Anywho my future upgrades will include a custom red and black RTX 3070 with a newer and quieter power supply that will fit my needs for ultra gaming and for my schoolwork (ill get to see texts in Google doc in beauty form lol :D). Im very proud of this build and my setup once again!
    $1,259.93
    Arian B
  • Sirius Loops Box thumbnail

    Sirius Loops Box Sirius Loops Box

    I have a family and my gaming/general use computer is in our main living area. I had a full size ATX case and wanted to... I have a family and my gaming/general use computer is in our main living area. I had a full size ATX case and wanted to downsize and upgrade my system. This was my first small form factor build. I wanted to do something unique, fun and powerful on a budget and this is what I came up with. It's basically the family computer now but me and my wife play FPS, fantasy and indie games. Mostly we've been playing Black Desert Online. It looks amazing on Remastered graphics setting! It runs a little hot with the Ryzen 3600x spiking to high 70's °C at times while under load but the GPU stays cool 60-65 °C under full load. I bought some 3D printed risers to give more airflow under the case recently. All in all it's worked out great and it's a pleasure to look at in my opinion. In the future, I may watercool the system in a custom loop for better thermals but for now I'm happy!
    $1,495.24
    ausboss
  • Maki thumbnail

    Maki Maki

    ready for the Xmas gifs !!! ready for the Xmas gifs !!!
    $1,797.91
    Jaime B
  • Tron Box Refresh thumbnail

    Tron Box Refresh Tron Box Refresh

    The goal was a system that could do actual work at home on a budget with a clear upgrade path. Build began black friday... The goal was a system that could do actual work at home on a budget with a clear upgrade path. Build began black friday 2019. Prices reflect current list prices per the website, not what was paid. Not intended for professional production work, hoping for a 4 year service life as primary machine. Budget was $750 to get a working system and later upgrade as needed. 3d modeling and CAD is the main purpose (less than 1,000 parts). It also does light video editing, photo editing, transcoding, and able to run most games. The most used programs still heavily rely on a single core CPU and tons of ram. It is also remotely accessed on the local network to do heavier work from a laptop and raspberry pi. The 4th gen i3 Intel laptop isn't capable of heavy tasks with out crashing so it was time for a desktop build. The 3600x faster clock speed was more important than the more cores of the 3700 for the programs used. 2 cores for 50% price increase didn't make sense for this build. Not sure if the cache would make much of a difference for typical usage. Went with x570 chipset hoping to upgrade CPU near end of next generation life to extend machine life. Not overclocking for now so using stock cooler. Needed mobo with wifi, x570, lots of usb, nvme m.2, and gigabit lan. Initially reused old PSU, Fans, Case, HDD and Sata SSD. Case is very oversized for the components but the price was right and has lots of airflow. Replaced 10 year old PSU and upgraded small Sata SSD to M.2 SSD this summer. PSU is overkill for current build but will accommodate any upgrades and 650w was out of stock. Programs with the option to CPU or GPU calculate seem to get better results with CPU but run slower. Easy to queue up the processes and let it run overnight. Choice was made to spend money on the CPU and ram over the GPU. Ray tracing video cards should improve real time productivity but the cost was not justifiable. Instead the best value card available that ran 1080p with multiple outputs was selected while waiting for the next generation of RTX cards. Ray tracing is a huge improvement for point cloud work productivity. For reference, my professional rig uses lastest gen quadro cards and 4x monitors for this kind of work. Will probably reuse the card for an ITX media center machine. The ram seems like overkill for the rest of the system but it will help with the programs currently running and allows for other parts to be upgraded without creating a bottleneck. It also left 2 ram slots open for upgrades. Highest consistent use is around 24 gb of ram. Dual channel helps too. Minimal local storage because of local NAS and off site backup. Wifi motherboard gave the flexibility to move the machine anywhere without extra cables. The couple extra dollars for the wifi motherboard was easy and better than the cost of a dedicated card. Still prefer the Ethernet connection. Added 3x salvaged optical drives for CD & DVD archive project. Raspberry pi's connected to a monitor to remote in from workshop areas. Access to plans, manuals, and videos greatly improves garage productivity. Also keeps a nice machine out of dirty, humid, and freezing environments.
    $1,081.93
    Travis K
  • Entry-Level Gaming & Media Server Build thumbnail

    Entry-Level Gaming & Media Server Build Entry-Level Gaming & Media Server Build

    Future Upgrades:32GB (2 x 16GB) G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series DDR4 PC4-25600 3200MHz RAMGeForce RTX 3080Zen 3 CPUNotes:Hard... Future Upgrades: 32GB (2 x 16GB) G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series DDR4 PC4-25600 3200MHz RAM GeForce RTX 3080 Zen 3 CPU Notes: Hard drives purchases discounted (MSRP list price included for build)
    $2,813.93
    Evan G
  • My First Build thumbnail

    My First Build My First Build

    This is a gaming/work rig that I put together. I play fps like Warzone, Destiny 2, and Apex. I also play a lot of RPG and... This is a gaming/work rig that I put together. I play fps like Warzone, Destiny 2, and Apex. I also play a lot of RPG and JRPG games as well, such as FFXIV and more! This is a beefy boy, and plays graphic heavy games with ease.
    $1,364.92
    Lauren S
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    Purple Haze Purple Haze

    It’s a gaming and Photo/video editing PC It’s a gaming and Photo/video editing PC
    $2,108.96
    Miyaspark
  • 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