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  • The Ultimate Work/Play Space thumbnail

    The Ultimate Work/Play Space The Ultimate Work/Play Space

    Standup Desk with built in Liquid Cooled Linux, and Windows PC's Standup Desk with built in Liquid Cooled Linux, and Windows PC's
    $6,789.91
    Daniel C
  • Eggrog thumbnail

    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
  • Eggrog thumbnail

    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
  • 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
  • Big Green Machine thumbnail

    Big Green Machine Big Green Machine

    Plex Media Server and trans coder. Plex Media Server and trans coder.
    $6,213.81
    knut0429
  • Bedroom Beast thumbnail

    Bedroom Beast Bedroom Beast

    I work with Molecular dynamics and modeling in VR at work. I also play games at night so this system allows me to do both.... I work with Molecular dynamics and modeling in VR at work. I also play games at night so this system allows me to do both. Enjoying Baldurs Gate 3, RDR2, Civ 6, Mafia,and MSFS 2020.
    $6,498.93
    CMohsseni
  • AmericanNinjaAKG thumbnail

    AmericanNinjaAKG AmericanNinjaAKG

    my 3rd build i wanted to go with the best yet and over the top.. still getting the fine details completed. my 3rd build i wanted to go with the best yet and over the top.. still getting the fine details completed.
    $3,263.93
    Adam G
  • サイバー Ripper Build thumbnail

    サイバー Ripper Build サイバー Ripper Build

    I hadn't known what Cyberpunk or what the cyber/futuristic aesthetic was until spring of this year. Pre-covid I had dabbled... I hadn't known what Cyberpunk or what the cyber/futuristic aesthetic was until spring of this year. Pre-covid I had dabbled in the music that is vaporwave, cyberwave, futuristic club, etc. However, I had not known about Cyberpunk 2077's existence really until I had started seeing memes of Keanu Reeves on Instagram. That is when I looked into it, it was around late 2019 or early this year. I began watching trailers, gameplay previews, and other lore-related videos hyping up the game on YouTube. Honestly I had never become so interested and passionate about a game release until now. After looking into it, I knew this game was it, and I quickly handed over my money to CD Projekt Red, as I had also found out that they had been the genius masterminds behind Witcher 3, another one of my favorite games. I grew so heavily invested into the game, that I set out to create the ultimate machine that would embody the whole concept of futuristic cyberpunk and harness it within one god-like gaming/streaming rig. I knew that I, one day, would also try to get into streaming, so I thought why not create a powerful yet pretty rig capable of pretty much anything involving multi-threaded processes, whether it be video streaming, homework, gaming, or even work-from-home. Shortly, after getting placed on furlough, I set out to do all of my research, and this happened. A process of 5 months + worth of hardware research, culminating until one god-tier rig that would serve me not only for this spectacular game release, but for decades to come into my later adulthood: The Cyber-Ripper. Being 20 years old, I didn't have much time or money, however I been saving for something like this, as I had always been sort of a techie. But never like this...I had become infatuated by anything tech in general, and I set out watching almost every Linus, Gamers Nexus, and JayzTwoCents video known to man. As if that wasn't already nerdy enough, I ended up spending many many pretty pennies on all sorts of different computer parts. Luckily enough for me, due to the circumstances of the current covid situation, my parts were scattered all across the world. I waited many many weeks to receive each and every part needed to make this whole build happen. After the 5-6 months of just pure research and saving alone, I swiped my card one day and begun the wait, waiting for all my hard work to come to fruition. Slowly but surely, all of my parts came in, one by one, the last part being the power supply which took a solid 3 months from the date I ordered it to come into my possession. I was nervous, sweat beaded down my forehead and arms as I built this rig in the heat of my second-story room. Mind you, I live in southern Cali, so my room gets quite hot during the day and afternoon. When it finally booted up into bios and I saw all the pretty lights lighting up, I was ecstatic and I knew my time has come. As corny as it sounded, I was fully ready to game. Now is the waiting game again, as the release for the big-hit title Cyberpunk 2077 looms ahead of us. I honestly cannot wait to overclock this thing and run everything at 4K on my beauty-of-a monitor, the Predator XB273K which is capable of 4K at 144 hz, WITH G-sync and HDR enabled. I am super excited and looking forward to the release date, where I can delve into the beautiful scenery that is Night City and experience the experience I had been waiting for. All in all, I built this computer because of Cyberpunk, and I do not regret it. All themes and looks of the build was inspired by the aesthetic presentation that Cyberpunk left on me as a first impression back when I first heard about it in 2019. I hope you all enjoy looking at it, and yes I do know the current GPU is a huge bottleneck, however I wanted to wait for the next series of RTX 3000 graphics cards until I shelled out anymore money, I hope you all understand. Now that I am off furlough and working hard, I'm gonna be looking into that brand-spanking new RTX card which hopefully will release around the time Cybperunk does. ;) Thanks for viewing and have a good one.
    $3,917.94
    Zack W
  • Rainbow Rig thumbnail

    Rainbow Rig Rainbow Rig

    I built this computer for gaming and running virtual machines for work/study (I'm in Cyber Security studying forensics). I... I built this computer for gaming and running virtual machines for work/study (I'm in Cyber Security studying forensics). I wanted something that could do it all, so when the wife set me loose with the credit card for my birthday and said "Build what you want" I built this beast (though I will say I was going to go with the MEG or Ace, but thanks to the current apocalypse situation the only thing in stock was the Godlike). I don't currently have much in the way of upgrades planned for this system, but I will likely upgrade the video card once I see what this next generation has to offer from intel and amd. I currently I play Wow, Battlefield, Just Cause 4, Farcry 5, TombRaider, and I pop on Apex Legends and Fortnite from time to time. I wasn't able to list a few of my parts on the builder so here's the extras: Sabent Rocket 2TB NVME Gen4 Deepcool's Castle cooler 4 Noctua black fans Conductonaut thermal compound
    $3,129.89
    capntypo
  • Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes extremes. thumbnail

    Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes... Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes extremes.

    Red Storm is built on a Gigabyte Z390 Xtreme board with an Intel i9-9900K CPU, 32gig of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM... Red Storm is built on a Gigabyte Z390 Xtreme board with an Intel i9-9900K CPU, 32gig of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM (3600MHz); 5 Samsung SSD's (2 NVMe, 3 SATA), an AMD Radeon VII GPU. For the OS, I’m running the latest 64-bit version of Windows 10 Pro, ver. 2004, build 19041.388. My Monitor is a 24-inch NEC wide gamut monitor @ 1920 x 1200. I tend to organize my files/media by drives so I use a 512gig NVME 970 Pro for my OS drive, a 1TB 970 Pro NVME for my finalized photos/work images. A 2TB 960 EVO for games, 1TB 860 EVO for music files, and 2 TB 860 EVO for on-site minor backups. This is a multimedia build used for photo editing via Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, gaming (Division 2, Metro Exodus, Skyrim), audio rips (dBpoweramp), music streaming (Plex, JRiver Media Center), and school/work (Office 365). While the system is capable of overclocks of 5.1gig, I keep it at base settings (XMP enabled) to not only insure stability, but quietness. It’s is housed in a Cooler Master H500M (mesh front) case, which has 3 case fans – a real Corsair 140mm ML (Magnetic Levitation) RGB fan, two front stock Cooler Master 200mm LED fans. The CPU cooler is a Corsair H115i Pro RGB platinum AIO with two stock 140mm ML RGB fans. The 1000-watt EVGA power supply has an Eco mode that prevents the fan from running unless the power supply is pushed. And the AMD Radeon VII (16gig of HBM VRAM) has 3 stock 75mm fans that constantly run but are silent unless pushed as in gaming (Example Division 2). The end result is an incredibly quiet build that keeps temps at bay (idle 30, loads 78ish while gaming). My room ambient temps average 76F/25C (78 summer, 74ish winter) Also connected to the PC is a Teac UD-503 USB DAC which has inputs for USB, Analogue, and Digital. I USB for clean musical sounds, and the motherboard’s built in ESS Sabre HiFi DAC (using Realtek drivers) for gaming or YouTube. I'm really happy with this build :)
    $5,230.15
    sygnus21
  • Threadrippin' Linda thumbnail

    Threadrippin' Linda Threadrippin' Linda

    Audio Production, Photo and Video Editing, and Gaming Audio Production, Photo and Video Editing, and Gaming
    $7,186.86
    Shaun K
  • Andromeda thumbnail

    Andromeda Andromeda

    The Fractal Define R6 provided so much space for water cooling that I just had to use it. This build was also done around... The Fractal Define R6 provided so much space for water cooling that I just had to use it. This build was also done around the time that MC started stocking the thick 16MM hardline tubing, which made bends SO much easier.
    $3,417.83
    DPennington
  • Audio Post Production Studio PC thumbnail

    Audio Post Production Studio PC Audio Post Production Studio PC

    Built for maximum efficiency. Intended for use with AVID Pro Tools and Adobe Premiere Software. NOT intended for gaming or... Built for maximum efficiency. Intended for use with AVID Pro Tools and Adobe Premiere Software. NOT intended for gaming or aesthetics. AMD 32 core processor allows for multi-track multi-threaded audio rendering. 128GB RAM allows for multiple effects audio plugins such as reverbs and delays.
    $5,431.92
    David Clark
  • Linus Tech Tips $10,000 Ryzen Threadripper 3990x workstation PC thumbnail

    Linus Tech Tips $10,000 Ryzen... Linus Tech Tips $10,000 Ryzen Threadripper 3990x workstation PC

    This is the full components list for the PC Linus assembled in our Denver, Colorado store for his video about the new AMD... This is the full components list for the PC Linus assembled in our Denver, Colorado store for his video about the new AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990x processor. In his video, Linus was tasked with assembling the following components to create an extremely powerful $10,000 workstation PC. The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990x just launched yesterday on February 7, 2020. This processor has 64 cores, 128 threads, and 256mb cache. Linus made some alterations to the build on day of filming in order to water-cool the GPUs. He had a time crunch, but he got it done, and we really love the finished product!
    $10,808.41
    Micro Center
  • Micro Center AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3990X Build thumbnail

    Micro Center AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™... Micro Center AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3990X Build

    This build is for the launch of the all new AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3990XThe PC is an extremely powerful configuration best... This build is for the launch of the all new AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3990X The PC is an extremely powerful configuration best suited for those that create, composite, render, and encode About AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 3990X: Price: $3990 Cores/Threads: 64C/128T Base/Boost Clocks: 2.9GHz / 4.3GHz Cache Quantity: 32MB L2 Cache | 256MB L3 Cache CCD Configuration: 8x 8-core CCDs While our build used silver fittings, we have many other colors (black, white, black sparkle, and matte black) in stock so you can tailor the build to your own taste. If you want to use different fittings, tubing and add components such as a GPU water block, the following instructions in our build guide may not reflect your modifications. All assembly and modification is done at your own risk. https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/2278/micro-center-amd-threadripper-3990x-build-guide https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/2279/amd-ryzen-threadripper-3990x-review https://community.microcenter.com/discussion/2280/amd-ryzen-threadripper-3990x-faq
    $9,166.36
    Micro Center
  • Level1Techs $10,000 Ryzen Threadripper 3990x workstation PC thumbnail

    Level1Techs $10,000 Ryzen Threadripper... Level1Techs $10,000 Ryzen Threadripper 3990x workstation PC

    This is the full components list for the PC Wendell assembled in our Sharonville, Ohio store for his video about the new AMD... This is the full components list for the PC Wendell assembled in our Sharonville, Ohio store for his video about the new AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990x processor. In his video, Wendell was tasked with assembling the following components to create an extremely powerful $10,000 workstation PC. The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990x just launched today on February 7, 2020. This processor has 64 cores, 128 threads, and 256mb cache. This processor will turn the visual effects industry on its head, but will also be hugely beneficial for certain programmers. In the future, Wendell would recommend water cooling the GPUs, but even still this machine is like nothing else on the market.
    $9,794.88
    Andrew H
  • High End AMD Gaming Build thumbnail

    High End AMD Gaming Build High End AMD Gaming Build

    This PC is going to be used for gaming and CAD. The customer built the computer as it is a build that will be relative for... This PC is going to be used for gaming and CAD. The customer built the computer as it is a build that will be relative for the next few years.
    $3,614.92
    MC-Houston
  • Gaming God Box v3 -  Deggena store 045 thumbnail

    Gaming God Box v3 - Deggena store 045 Gaming God Box v3 - Deggena store 045

    Component Configuration:CPU: Intel i7 8086k @5.3ghz delided with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaught. GPU: Titan RTX with a... Component Configuration: CPU: Intel i7 8086k @5.3ghz delided with Thermal Grizzly Conductonaught. GPU: Titan RTX with a Heatkiller IV Ni RGB waterblock and backplate. RAM: G. Skill Trident Z RGB Royal 16gb (8x2) 4266MT/s with custom timings Benchmarks/Stability tests: Timespy: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/40069453 CPU Stress test: https://imgur.com/o0929PF Ram Stress Test: https://imgur.com/nq0yZrN Peripherals: Custom Cables: Cablemod Modmesh Pro E-series Carbon Monitors are Asus PG279QZ (1440p @ 144hz) + Asus PG27UQ (4k @ 144hz) Keyboard: Massdrop CTRL (Gateron Yellow plate mounted switches) Mouse: G502 Lightspeed Wireless + Lightspeed Mousepad AMP/DAC: Monoprice Monolith THX 788 Headphones: Sennheiser HD6XXs + Focal Elex
    $8,131.44
    Devon E