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  • Yin & Yang Quarantine thumbnail

    Yin & Yang Quarantine Yin & Yang Quarantine

    Really, it's an everything build. It has the look of a gaming build, the productivity of a...productivity build, and the... Really, it's an everything build. It has the look of a gaming build, the productivity of a...productivity build, and the general purpose of anything that comes my way. In terms of gaming, I can run Valorant, CSGO, and Rocket League at 240+ fps on max settings (1080p). Higher demanding games such as the latest COD(s) and GTAV run similarly but only around 100fps. Streaming at 1080p 60 fps is no match for this build. In terms of productivity, I use it for my business, school, and other projects such as online communities. For all of these uses, I can not tell you how many times the secondary vertical monitor has come in the “clutch”. When I’m watching a YouTube video, I’m scrolling Twitter, when I’m writing an essay, I’m conducting research, when I’m accounting for sales, I’m calculating and obtaining the information I need. I could not imagine having only a single monitor. It’s truly amazing.
    $1,172.92
    Chase 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
  • First ever pc build. thumbnail

    First ever pc build. First ever pc build.

    This is my first ever pc build, it is in the cheaper end because it is my first one. Total price for everything was about... This is my first ever pc build, it is in the cheaper end because it is my first one. Total price for everything was about $900 for everything with OS.
    $736.94
    Thomas P
  • My computer thumbnail

    My computer My computer

    I built this to because I wanted to upgrade my CPU to a more current one as well as change my motherboard form factor and... I built this to because I wanted to upgrade my CPU to a more current one as well as change my motherboard form factor and case.
    $1,229.84
    tsouders
  • A slight make over. Thinking I'm liking this way better! thumbnail

    A slight make over. Thinking I'm liking... A slight make over. Thinking I'm liking this way better!

    Gave my initial build/case swap a face lift. A little less RGB and more minimalistic. Still using the 205m case, Ryzen 3600,... Gave my initial build/case swap a face lift. A little less RGB and more minimalistic. Still using the 205m case, Ryzen 3600, and Asrock B450mA/C board, but have since ditched all of the Lian Li and CoolMaster RGB fans with (2) Corsair ML140 for top exhaust, (1) ML120 for rear exhaust. Swapped out the Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition with an iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT AIO, along with switching from Crucial RGB memory to Gskill TridentZ RGB 3200mhz (seem to play a little nicer with the Asrock and no software conflicts with the Motherboards RGB software) Haven't done any overclocking but from what I'm seeing temp wise I have some room to do so if I choose to. CPU temps underload went from a respectable 72 to around 62 degrees and barely breaking 30 degrees at idle. Now to continue waiting out the Chip shortage and swap out the 5500xt next, although the 5500xt is still good enough to play most games at high settings at 1080p with average FPS of between 45-100fps depending on the game so no rush there. Would be happier to upgrade the GPU to get rid of the single fan setup (noisy underload) more than anything else as it's the loudest part of the system.
    $1,369.86
    Nicholas F
  • What started off as a prebuild G164 turned out to be a case swap/build! thumbnail

    What started off as a prebuild G164... What started off as a prebuild G164 turned out to be a case swap/build!

    Now to wait the GPU Madness out and get either a 5700xt or 6800xt now that I have thermal/size headroom at a good price! And... Now to wait the GPU Madness out and get either a 5700xt or 6800xt now that I have thermal/size headroom at a good price! And yeah not show my age...it will run Crysis lol! First build in almost 10 years, back in the AMD Phenom II days! MicroCenter is the one good thing if not the only good thing about where I live lol!
    $1,089.91
    Nicholas F
  • Shedstation 2021 #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Shedstation 2021 #MicroCenterMadness Shedstation 2021 #MicroCenterMadness

    Forged in the beating heart of a dragon, the shedstation contains the latest bleeding edge tech from last gen. It mostly... Forged in the beating heart of a dragon, the shedstation contains the latest bleeding edge tech from last gen. It mostly runs warcraft and dota and sits on a fully custom 3D printed modular PC case. Need to get me a Keychron K3 though, and I need to find a spot for my CRT and 4K monitor. Also currently using a custom Mouse + Keypad contraption for multiboxing classic wow
    $1,134.95
    Federico D
  • #MicroCenterMadness: FF VII - Lifestream thumbnail

    #MicroCenterMadness: FF VII - Lifestream #MicroCenterMadness: FF VII - Lifestream

    Multipurpose desktop, mostly gaming, but also taxes (equally exciting, right?). Been waiting (and waiting, and waiting...)... Multipurpose desktop, mostly gaming, but also taxes (equally exciting, right?). Been waiting (and waiting, and waiting...) to get FFVII remake on PC but nobody seems to know when SE might announce it, so I figured why wait - I’ll get Cloud, Tifa, and those other people (kidding, I know all their names, back stories, and favorite colors) anyways I put them in my PC and put a “Lifestream” theme into iCue to finish the look. Personally, I think it’s the next best thing to having FFVII remake actually on the PC!
    $760.91
    jjr279
  • Gaming thumbnail

    Gaming Gaming

    It was meant to be a gaming computer for doom eternal, call of duty cold war, apex legends, and for the crew 2 after time i... It was meant to be a gaming computer for doom eternal, call of duty cold war, apex legends, and for the crew 2 after time i got into streaming on youtube where ive been playing alot of apex legends and streaming it on my channel MrZombie-666. Some things i should have done different was get a motherboard with wifi in it and to get a graphics card with more than 1 hdmi slot further down the line i want to get a better graphics like a 3060 and a better power supply i have a semi modular one and i want to get a full modular one.
    $1,067.93
    Christopher M
  • 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
  • #MicroCenterMadness Moncaso case PC for Flight Simulators thumbnail

    #MicroCenterMadness Moncaso case PC for... #MicroCenterMadness Moncaso case PC for Flight Simulators

    This build was my birthday present. February 2021 I found the last new stock Moneual Moncaso 601 (same as 932) PC case in... This build was my birthday present. February 2021 I found the last new stock Moneual Moncaso 601 (same as 932) PC case in world on Ebay. Hunted for over a decade since I saw it advertised in 2008. Stack of five units were abandoned in So. California trans-shipping warehouse for 15 years. Will run multiple screens for flight simulator games (X-Plane, FlightGear, FSX and FS2020, others).
    $1,959.90
    Starry G
  • Bella thumbnail

    Bella Bella

    I've liked building since I was around 12 and my wife also likes computers but she's always been an mac type of person.... I've liked building since I was around 12 and my wife also likes computers but she's always been an mac type of person. Since she likes to play sims games I had to build her something much stronger than what she's used to with those apple products. So I built her this as one of her wedding gifts. Finally she can use sims games at full settings with all the custom content her heart desires.
    $829.41
    Xavier P
  • First PC Build [AMD Ryzen 5 3600] [EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti] thumbnail

    First PC Build [AMD Ryzen 5 3600] [EVGA... First PC Build [AMD Ryzen 5 3600] [EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti]

    This is my first PC build/setup that I've ever done. I've been looking around and waiting for the right time to make a build... This is my first PC build/setup that I've ever done. I've been looking around and waiting for the right time to make a build for about 2 years and it has come to this. I wanted to make a nice looking but not too vibrant PC, so I chose the Lian Li Lancool 205m. I saw this at Microcenter once and I really liked the way it looked. It was Micro ATX, which I wanted because a mid tower ATX case would just be too big for my desk. I added 3 120mm RGB fans from Deepcool which would add for better airflow and better lighting. For the CPU, I had to choose the Ryzen 5 3600 as it was the best choice I had for the budget. Got it for under $200 along with the ASRock B450m Pro4 at Microcenter for $60. Great performing CPU and a great binned CPU too IMO (the Ryzen 5 3600's rated all core clock boost is 4.2Ghz). I managed to overclock it to 4.3Ghz stable at 1.35 volts or 4.425Ghz at 1.375 - 1.4 volts. I only use the 1.35v OC as it is probably better for 24/7 use than 1.375. With the Enermax Liqfusion III 240mm AIO, it can cool it like it wasn't even being overclocked. Temperatures were amazing, which I had expected from a liquid cooler. One thing I wanted to do but couldn't was that I couldn't put the AIO on the top mount as it would not fit because the RAM was just barely in the way of the radiator, so I ended up using the 2 case fans that came with the case and put it on the other side of the radiator in the front of the case to get a push/pull configuration. I think the temperatures are probably better like that, but can't say for sure. The GPU I used was the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super. I was really looking hard to find a 3070 for a good price, but couldn't, so I just found the 2080 Super for $500. Only downside to this was that it is only the factory Dell 2080 Super blower style card, so that means no lights and the worst of all, a loud fan when playing games. I'm pretty sure this fan gets to 70% fan speed evertime and it is pretty loud. I'm looking right now for a 2080 or a 2080 Super non blower style just because of that. Although, I did manage to get a decent stable overclock on it at +150 on the core and +500 on the memory. The RAM I chose was the PNY XLR8 2x8 16GB kit. I found it on Amazon and it seemed like a decent deal for $85. The brand is good and I didn't want to risk spending $10 less on a cheap brand (Oloy). Last but not least, I chose the Inland Platinum NVME M.2 SSD. I wasn't even planning on getting it (but good thing I got it) as I was looking at the Crucial P2. Since Microcenter had it in stock, I bought it. Not only was it cheaper, but it was way faster. For a non PCIE Gen4 NVME, this performs great. The read write speeds are 3,400MB/S Read/1900 MB/S Write. Overall, I think this build is great. I am only using a 1080p 144hz monitor setup, but in the future, I will most likely bump it up to a 1440p 144hz or a 1080p 240hz. I probably ended up spending a total of $1200 including tax and shipping, which is amazing nowadays. Microcenter really helped out with getting my parts quicker and at the best price.
    $1,244.95
    gyeung743
  • Ash's Build thumbnail

    Ash's Build Ash's Build

    uWu uWu
    $1,329.88
    Justin M
  • My First PC Build thumbnail

    My First PC Build My First PC Build

    Finally decided to pull the trigger and build my own PC. I've been wanting to do so for a while, but after playing Total... Finally decided to pull the trigger and build my own PC. I've been wanting to do so for a while, but after playing Total War and bingeing on various YouTube channels I finally did it. What started as a budget build (the original specs were at about $800) I was able to barter, hustle, and through some good luck found an RTX3070 at Microcenter. This will be mainly for gaming, such as OW, COD, and maybe eventually get MS Flight simulator with the full H.O.T.A.S set up. When my sister decides to build her computer to play SIMs, my future upgrades include: - Full sized ATX board - Possibly upgraded CPU (looking at the Ryzen 7) - Debating on an water cooling - Lian Li Unifan (cablemanagement is crazy on this; currently running 8 fans, 4 extra RGB lighting pieces)
    $1,556.53
    Mark A
  • AO's First PC thumbnail

    AO's First PC AO's First PC

    this is my budget built first PC, built for fun now and hopefully upgradability in the future this is my budget built first PC, built for fun now and hopefully upgradability in the future
    $726.93
    Alex O
  • Tech by Matt | $850 Gaming PC (Late 2020) thumbnail

    Tech by Matt | $850 Gaming PC (Late... Tech by Matt | $850 Gaming PC (Late 2020)

    Welcome to my latest build with a budget of $850. SEE THE VIDEO ABOUT IT HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBG_JkVfNnA Welcome to my latest build with a budget of $850. SEE THE VIDEO ABOUT IT HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBG_JkVfNnA
    $809.95
    Matthew B
  • Arctic thumbnail

    Arctic Arctic

    I built this rig because I love to game. Some of the games I play are, Call of Duty Warzone, Valorant, Overwatch, CSGO, and... I built this rig because I love to game. Some of the games I play are, Call of Duty Warzone, Valorant, Overwatch, CSGO, and Fortnite
    $1,275.82
    Jayden T
  • The 15FPS thumbnail

    The 15FPS The 15FPS

    Well I bought all the parts individually last Christmas well not me my older brother except we didn't get a graphics card... Well I bought all the parts individually last Christmas well not me my older brother except we didn't get a graphics card because they are really expensive the one in my current computer is a 770. I have saved up a total of 400$ so far to buy a new graphics card but I want to get one of the new 3000 series ones or I want to get the 6800xt which I was told my brother might pitch in some money as a Christmas gift so I can buy the 6800xt.
    $681.73
    Luis R
  • First build thumbnail

    First build First build

    Never built a pc before Never built a pc before
    $795.89
    JeVon B
  • Pugu's Pugtastic Gaming Machine thumbnail

    Pugu's Pugtastic Gaming Machine Pugu's Pugtastic Gaming Machine

    I built this rig with the intention to play mostly FPS games like Apex and do some light 3D modeling on the side. After... I built this rig with the intention to play mostly FPS games like Apex and do some light 3D modeling on the side. After Covid hit I realized how lucky I was to get an upgrade from my previous laptop as it made online school much easier when running programs like Revit, building the rig also gave me a basic understanding of computers which helped me to take a tech support class. I think if I built this rig in the future I would have saved a bit more and opted for a larger hard drive but I managed to salvage a HDD from a laptop for extra storage even though it isn't the fastest thing in the world. In the near future I would like to upgrade to a monitor with a higher refresh rate.
    $723.90
    Sam D
  • ColorTheory thumbnail

    ColorTheory ColorTheory

    Recently upgraded my potato of a computer with some (much-needed) new parts from Micro Center. This rig is mainly used for... Recently upgraded my potato of a computer with some (much-needed) new parts from Micro Center. This rig is mainly used for games, typically Halo Reach, Minecraft, Far Cry 5, and Mirror's Edge Catalyst. It's also being used as a workstation since all of my college courses are online due to COVID-19. I'm also a Valve Index user, and my RTX 3070 FE is more than capable of pushing the frames for VR titles.
    $1,579.36
    Spencer B
  • Ice Smooth thumbnail

    Ice Smooth Ice Smooth

    When I was building my first computer I wanted something cheap sleek and could play games decently I wanted something that... When I was building my first computer I wanted something cheap sleek and could play games decently I wanted something that wouldn't stand out too much and it to blend into my minimalistic room and to show off my favorite color blue and I sort of achieve that with this computer. When I first got this computer I was excited to play My favorite game war thunder and rocket league plus vr games, but not now I'm working on video editing and I'm hoping one day I could upgrade my computer's ram, gpu and maybe cpu, with all of those upgrades it could help improve my gaming and editing, so that'swhy I'm here I'm sure I'm not going to win but might as well try and I hope you guys enjoy my PC. Thank you and have a great day/night
    $1,053.92
    Elijah R
  • Satisfiable speed for mid-level graphic games, with less than 900 dollar budget thumbnail

    Satisfiable speed for mid-level graphic... Satisfiable speed for mid-level graphic games, with less than 900 dollar budget

    I do a lot of officework: typing, creating documents, and so on. So I thought ryzen 5 3600 + 16gb ram would be sufficient... I do a lot of officework: typing, creating documents, and so on. So I thought ryzen 5 3600 + 16gb ram would be sufficient enough, and I also spent a considerable amount of budget to buy a good 500gb SSD, and a nice set of game keyboards & mouse. Also, I occasionally enjoy games that do not require high quality graphics (minecraft, some steam games, etc), so I chose radeon rx 570 for my video cards. I also need to run some research program like matlab, mathematica, and they run totally fine. For bad part, It would have been better if I chose smaller case. My case seems too big and heavy. The other bad part, when I turn the power on, there is a 5 second lag until motherboard starts to operate. I'm not sure about this issue, but it doesn't bug me too much because once turned on, it is fast enough.
    $716.91
    Junyoung A