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  • Destro thumbnail

    Destro Destro

    Gaming build and a backup 4K video editing machine Gaming build and a backup 4K video editing machine
    $5,753.93
    Terrence M.
  • Galaxy thumbnail

    Galaxy Galaxy

    My dad and I built the room together and worked on everything together. We hangout here, watch movies, to shows, to gaming.... My dad and I built the room together and worked on everything together. We hangout here, watch movies, to shows, to gaming. It has been a long journey that took a lot of time but it was a lot of fun and well worth it in the end. The only thing I would change regarding the pc is the motherboard and go with a z590 but this was a year ago when z590 did not exsist. Not a fan of current mobo looks but it does the job and then some overall. Really happy with everything
    $4,059.92
    Gianni M
  • Rainbow Glory β€οΈπŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’œ thumbnail

    Rainbow Glory β€οΈπŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’œ Rainbow Glory β€οΈπŸ§‘πŸ’›πŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’œ

    This was an upgrade to my previous rig. I wanted to go with a white theme so I could use the RGB to make any color theme I... This was an upgrade to my previous rig. I wanted to go with a white theme so I could use the RGB to make any color theme I wanted. The upgrade was the same, just keep the majority of the system white in order to maintain the ability to make any color theme I want. It’s a gaming rig most importantly. I enjoy first person shooter games mostly. I’ve played almost the entire far cry series on it. I also enjoy games similar to GTA and Watchdogs as well. The only upgrade I desperately want for it is a GPU. It has a 2070 super currently which is very capable. I would like to put a white card in it of course and at the same time, a 30 series card would be wonderful.
    $2,313.35
    Christopher C
  • Velocity thumbnail

    Velocity Velocity

    I'm a huge Techie and Gamer! This is my 3rd build since I started PC Gaming, I've built everyone! Shout-out to Microcenter... I'm a huge Techie and Gamer! This is my 3rd build since I started PC Gaming, I've built everyone! Shout-out to Microcenter for always having what I need! I play everything from CoD, to League of Legends, to Minecraft. this beautiful machine handles it all! I was hoping to upgrade my GPUs that I took from my last build, but things are a bit crazy in that regards right now! Though my current setup still gets the job done extremely nicely! So far I've overclocked the CPU to 5.0GHz, the highest I was able to get it was 5.4, but I feel safer at 5.0 with a lower voltage, for daily use. I love that my PC is able to handle anything I throw at it and the temperatures are beautiful too. CPU and GPUs are liquid cooled and it sure makes a difference! **For some reason whenever I upload a photo it keeps flipping them T_T
    $10,737.90
    Tezract
  • Magnum Opus #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Magnum Opus #MicroCenterMadness Magnum Opus #MicroCenterMadness

    A computer to end all computers A computer to end all computers
    $4,553.42
    Student117
  • Phanteks Evolv X thumbnail

    Phanteks Evolv X Phanteks Evolv X

    Top of the line RTX 3090 Gaming in triple 4K. Top of the line RTX 3090 Gaming in triple 4K.
    $5,943.96
    Dennis C
  • Project Memory #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Project Memory #MicroCenterMadness Project Memory #MicroCenterMadness

    This is Project Memory (formerly Operation Depression Killer). Project Memory has a permanent color combo of blue an pink,... This is Project Memory (formerly Operation Depression Killer). Project Memory has a permanent color combo of blue an pink, in memory of the man who got me into PC gaming back in 1998; my father. His colors were always pink and blue and since his passing in 2015, I've come to adopt those as my colors also. This rig was built as a way for me to honor the passion in which he passed down to me. My game choice is quite different, but the passion is the same. He got me started with Unreal in 1998 and then UT99 in well, 1999. Since then, I've come to enjoy Battlefield, Call of Duty, Valheim, Valorant, The Witcher 3, Fallout and many other games. But every once in a while I will return to those late 1990s classics, and game with some old time friends. With this rig, I will continue to pass down gaming to my children (which my daughter already loves watching me fly in BF4) and to stream. Will be upgrading the case to a Corsair 5000D Airflow, adding 3 more ML120s, and a 2TB SSD for games in the somewhat near future. The case and fans to increase cooling capabilities and the SSD as I have too many games and not enough room. I might also grab an 11th Gen CPU, but I will hold off and see how much of an upgrade it would be and what stock is like. I might also venture into a custom water-cooled solution, but that is a little out of my comfort zone for the time being. I did just upgrade from a Corsair K70 keyboard to a K100 and my god, the difference is immediate and insane. Love the Cherry MX Speed switches, and the G keys are going to be incredibly useful in the near future. So yeah, this is the build. Constantly looking for ways to improve my setup, and I am thinking a mic solution might just be the next investment...or a new desk, as I desperately need one of those too.
    $3,263.85
    Camco
  • First Build thumbnail

    First Build First Build

    This my first build. Decided I didn't want to be stuck buying a different Xbox or PS to play games i wanted which was good... This my first build. Decided I didn't want to be stuck buying a different Xbox or PS to play games i wanted which was good since Cyberpunk crashed on those consoles. So now I've been grinding on that game with no lag or glitches.
    $4,399.93
    Jesus P
  • Nebula thumbnail

    Nebula Nebula

    RGB all the way RGB all the way
    $3,664.94
    chuong quach
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    Eggrog Eggrog

    At first I began to use an older computer chassis to a modern motherboard. One function led to another, for the while it... At first I began to use an older computer chassis to a modern motherboard. One function led to another, for the while it takes the system runs efficiently smooth. It’s a build from a different moment in time. I really want a newer Nvidia 30 series, ergo the availability with those graphics cards need improvement.
    $2,233.41
    Angel D
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    Eggrog Eggrog

    At first I began to use an older computer chassis to a modern motherboard. One function led to another, for the while it... At first I began to use an older computer chassis to a modern motherboard. One function led to another, for the while it takes the system runs efficiently smooth. It’s a build from a different moment in time. I really want a newer Nvidia 30 series, ergo the availability with those graphics cards need improvement.
    $2,233.41
    Angel D
  • ROGZILLA!!! thumbnail

    ROGZILLA!!! ROGZILLA!!!

    This is my first gaming station. I decided to just go all out and get mostly ASUS ROG products. Little overkill from what... This is my first gaming station. I decided to just go all out and get mostly ASUS ROG products. Little overkill from what I'm told but I'm really happy with it all. The fact that I switched over from Xbox specifically for VR is hilarious. I will never buy another console. I sadly paid a scalper for my Strix 3090 because I did not want to wait for the unseeable future. Very happy to have the help of Greg and David to help build this monster! Definitely going to update all the wires. Sorry to your eyes >.<
    $12,554.20
    IlJuicemanlI
  • Cobra Kai - No Mercy thumbnail

    Cobra Kai - No Mercy Cobra Kai - No Mercy

    Gaming, Streaming, and Work Gaming, Streaming, and Work
    $5,549.90
    murpdog42
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    Fern Hollow build one Fern Hollow build one

    This was a easy and very fast build, turned out nice and quiet This was a easy and very fast build, turned out nice and quiet
    $2,394.91
    Thomas S
  • TheCube Anti-Ampere thumbnail

    TheCube Anti-Ampere TheCube Anti-Ampere

    This is my first build. All my life I have suffered and compromised using low-end PCs for once I have money and built a... This is my first build. All my life I have suffered and compromised using low-end PCs for once I have money and built a no-compromise PC, been waiting since May for Nvidia to come out with a GPU and they have not made a single GPU. Will be going for the AMD one. When AMD says there will a card THERE WILL BE A CARD!
    $2,536.96
    Zahir k
  • Ryan's Green PC thumbnail

    Ryan's Green PC Ryan's Green PC

    Started this build in August to be prepared for the RTX30 launch, just waiting to get my hands on one. I mostly use it for... Started this build in August to be prepared for the RTX30 launch, just waiting to get my hands on one. I mostly use it for VR racing and flight sims but play a wide range of games. This was my 3rd custom build to start from scratch and I'm ecstatic how this one turned out and how well it runs even with a 2 generation old GPU. Will be including the new graphics card in the custom loop. *I'm working out of town and haven't been able to set it up in my office so I submitted a picture of my home setup to which this pc will trade places with once I'm back home*
    $5,321.94
    ryan m
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    City Spectrum Build City Spectrum Build

    I first entered the pc gaming world 8 years ago when I was in eighth grade and have always wondered when the day will come... I first entered the pc gaming world 8 years ago when I was in eighth grade and have always wondered when the day will come where I can be able to have my dream build at the time being. I decided to pull the plug this year and achieve to get this setup by any means. Additionally, with all parts being bought from Microcenter.
    $1,917.91
    Julian N
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    My First Build! My First Build!

    My first computer build! I learned alot and built it to enjoy photo editing, gaming, and regular computing. A future upgrade... My first computer build! I learned alot and built it to enjoy photo editing, gaming, and regular computing. A future upgrade would be the RTX 3090 and eventually a custom water cooled loop.
    $4,734.78
    Tim M
  • Thermaltake AH T600 thumbnail

    Thermaltake AH T600 Thermaltake AH T600

    This is an open loop liquid cooled pc. the loop was designed using a thermaltake distro plate with one pump and 2 radiators.... This is an open loop liquid cooled pc. the loop was designed using a thermaltake distro plate with one pump and 2 radiators. the flow was designed to be one radiator per component. I used a Y fitting at the intro area of the distro block in order to have both radiators empty into the top of the reservoir. the distro plate has 2 out ports that i am using, one for the cpu motherboard and the other for the GPU. My radiators are one 68mm thick 480mm thermaltake rad in the front and one 360 rad on top. The components are ekwb MSI pro carbon motherboard with a full cover waterblock on an intel platform with an i9-10900k. the GPU is an EVGA RTX 2080 ti xc ultra gaming. 1600 watt psu. 64gb corsair rgb pro 3200 mhz cl 16 ram. two 1 tb samsung 970 pro nvme ssd.
    $4,670.96
    michael h
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    Gaming/Streaming Machine Gaming/Streaming Machine

    This is my first build ever, switched from console to PC with this build. FPS gaming. Mostly playing Warzone, but this... This is my first build ever, switched from console to PC with this build. FPS gaming. Mostly playing Warzone, but this computer is dual purpose, gmaing and photo editing. Work with Photoshop and Lightroom. Also, was not able to add a few key features on list below on build. Runing a Samsung 970 Evo plus 1 tb m.2 mvme solid state drive, Runing cooler master ML360R ARGB, and 6 more Cooler Master MF120R ARGB fans. I can really use the $500 gift card to buy GPU that I built this computer for but not able to buy! LOL. One day will be once of the currently lucky few that managed to get inline for 12 hours to buy a rare RTX 3080! Luckily my buddy waited in line for one and I was able to borrow his GTX 1660 ti till I get my hands on an ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3080 ;) Still haven't removed case plastic, waiting on GPU and Desk.
    $1,574.94
    Cristian C
  • Premium Build thumbnail

    Premium Build Premium Build

    This is the first computer I've built in almost 10 years so I wanted to go all in. My goal is not to have to upgrade for... This is the first computer I've built in almost 10 years so I wanted to go all in. My goal is not to have to upgrade for another 10.
    $3,318.91
    Cameron C
  • 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
  • Vader - Come to the Dark Side where anything is possible! thumbnail

    Vader - Come to the Dark Side where... Vader - Come to the Dark Side where anything is possible!

    This rig is used for everything from everyday use to streaming, to PLEX server, to hardcore flight simming. It's my do... This rig is used for everything from everyday use to streaming, to PLEX server, to hardcore flight simming. It's my do everything rig and Im proud that everything works with no issues no matter what I through at it. I had multiple machines that I used for various tasks around the house and gaming, but decided to consolidate into single machine which is now what you see here; Vader. Vader is an Intel 10900K 5.4ghz behemoth boasting 64gb of G.Skill Ripjaws overclocked to 4000mhz cl15, an ASUS Strix OC 2080ti with a 1060 daughter card for more displays, 50tb of HDD disk space, 4tb of Samsung Evo powered NVME goodness, and more monitors than most people can handle - 7 (65in Oled, 2 LG 34in, 1 Acer 38in, and 4 ASUS 22in touchscreens). Audio for this machine is power by a Matrix Audio X-Sabre Pro MQA DAC that feeds a Monoprice 887 amp leading to the reference level Sennheiser HD800S with seat attached bass shakers and a Jet Seat for rumble immersion. Input devices are led by an iKBC MF87 keyboard, Corsair m65 mouse, 3 Elgato Stream Decks - Mini, Default, and XL, a Real Simulator joystick, Thrustmaster TPR pedals, Winwing Throttle, 2 DSD button boxes, and a TrackIR This whole machine is a never ending upgrading monster. I always tell my wife that Ill be done after the next upgrade, but low and behold there is always one more over the next horizon.
    $14,280.92
    m0ltar
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    Project Power Project Power

    I built this pc for Gaming purposes, i don't play many games i only play few which is World of Warcraft, COD and Battlefield... I built this pc for Gaming purposes, i don't play many games i only play few which is World of Warcraft, COD and Battlefield V .
    $5,093.43
    Pedro S