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  • I Got One! thumbnail

    I Got One! I Got One!

    I got a 3080 Ti and decided do go ham. I mostly play Battle Ship, The Game of Life 2, Poly Bridge 2, Occasionally stream,... I got a 3080 Ti and decided do go ham. I mostly play Battle Ship, The Game of Life 2, Poly Bridge 2, Occasionally stream, Cyberpunk is pretty sweet on this. Added 9 UpHere RGB Fans for the +900 FPS. The Kraken Z370 has fans on both sides pulling air into the case. In hindsight I really did not need this, but I suppose I could have stuck a 5950x in it instead.
    $2,979.92
    James O
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    Tomo10A Tomo10A

    Made for gaming and having fun (#Bitwit). and photos are from a few mouths back Made for gaming and having fun (#Bitwit). and photos are from a few mouths back
    $1,259.98
    Tomo K
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    Rainbow Rainbow

    Powerful and awesome looking PC Powerful and awesome looking PC
    $2,507.93
    Amory E
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    First Beast First Beast

    This is my first ever PC build, that originally had an MSI 2070 super right before the GPU shortage. I was then lucky enough... This is my first ever PC build, that originally had an MSI 2070 super right before the GPU shortage. I was then lucky enough to upgrade just weeks after the 3070 launch, and was somehow lucky enough to get the Gigabyte Vision series graphics card to perfectly compliment my all white build. I’ve also always loved Formula 1 Racing, and since I now built my first ever PC I’m able to enjoy it even more with a Thrustmaster T300. I am in college, so this PC is more than good enough for all around everyday use, and amazing for high refresh rate gaming at 1440p. #BitWit
    $2,169.90
    Dylan M
  • Daves Amd zen3 MSI Gaming X build thumbnail

    Daves Amd zen3 MSI Gaming X build Daves Amd zen3 MSI Gaming X build

    Updated my old Amd FX Gaming rig Updated my old Amd FX Gaming rig
    $1,752.95
    DaveZ83
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    SIMRIG #MicroCenterMadness SIMRIG #MicroCenterMadness

    This system was mainly built for flight and racing sims with multi-screen support. I wanted a setup that included 3 screens... This system was mainly built for flight and racing sims with multi-screen support. I wanted a setup that included 3 screens wiht good graphics performance.
    $1,893.91
    DRCLINTON
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    Dads Rig Dads Rig

    Lucky snag from a friend in a hard spot, work in progress... Lucky snag from a friend in a hard spot, work in progress...
    $2,289.93
    Mary W
  • 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
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    Red Wolfs Build Red Wolfs Build

    All around gaming video editing pc i play everything from first person shooters to racing sims and so on as well as do audio... All around gaming video editing pc i play everything from first person shooters to racing sims and so on as well as do audio and video editing even run a server for minecraft with the buds
    $3,588.93
    Steven C
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    3090... take my monies! 3090... take my monies!

    This is my RTX 3090 Anticipation rig... James in Westmont, IL was amazing in helping me talk through some of my ideas. I... This is my RTX 3090 Anticipation rig... James in Westmont, IL was amazing in helping me talk through some of my ideas. I love Microcenter. Here is a link to my PC on youtube, (https://youtu.be/Z0sr5fQY9cs https://youtu.be/KxD6K993FrQ ) as well as its current parts list: Lian-Li der8auer 011DX MidTower Case i7-10700k - 5.2 GHz locked all Cores at 1.4v Asus Rog Strix z490 F-Gaming Motherboard 32GB (4 x 8) G-Skill TridentZ RGB 4000Mhz - CL15-15-15-36 at 1.5v NZXT Kraken x73 360mm AIO (6 total fans in Push/Pull) Aorus Waterforce Extreme 2080ti w/ 240mm AIO Watercooler (4 total fans in Push/Pull) Corsair RM1000i PSU 5TB Total NVME PCI-E Storage: 1TB Samsung 970Evo Plus Boot 2TB Sabrent Rocket 2TB Inland Premium + 256 GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD and 128 GB Kingston HyperX SSD + 8TB WD Black External 7200 RPM USB 3.0 6GB/s Backup-Game Drive Watercooling setup: It took a LONG time to customize the Lian-Li Dynamic 011 to accept the x73 Kraken 360mm AIO placed with the tubes going down - The reason for this is due to having two AIO radiators. By mounting the 360mm Rad upside down, there is no chance for air pockets to form inside the waterblock. All air migrates to the top (which is the bottom) of the radiator and stays there. This is the same effect as having the radiator mounted at the top! *However I wanted the radiator placed BEHIND the 360mm opening in the case, so ONLY the 3 fans are on the inside (mobo side.) To do this I had to spend hours hand grinding the case down to allow for room for the 2 AIO water cooling tubes to clear. Besides sweat and tears, there truly is blood inside that case... from my knuckles! Not only is this a cleaner look, but the 3090 will fit and clear the QL fans on the front of the x73 Kraken, because the radiator is mounted in the back. - All four fans on the x73 360mm Kraken AIO radiator have been replaced with 2 x Corsair ML (non-RGB) Pro 120mm fans on the backside of the case in push, and 2 x Corsair QL RGB 120mm fans on the front in Pull. This rad is intake. My Gigabyte Aorus 2080ti Waterforce Extreme with 240mm AIO watercooler has also been modified. The two stock (and utterly terrible) Aorus fans were removed from the radiator and replaced with 2 x Corsair ML RGB Pro 120mm fans on top in Pull and 2 x Corsaire QL RGB 120mm fans on the bottom in Push. This is mounted on top as exhaust. This has allowed me to boost lock the GPU at 2.145 Ghz at 1.05v completely stable. I can play 98% of games on the market at 4k HDR with Ray Tracing and DLSS maxed out while never dropping below 60fps. Notable Accessories/Displays: 65" LG C9 4k HDR w/ Gsync 120hz OLED TV via HDMI 2.1 cable (can't wait for an HDMI 2.1 gpu!!!) 27" Asus Rog Swift 144hz, 1ms 4k HDR Monitor via Display Port 27" Asus Rog Swift 144hz, 1ms 2k HDR Monitor via Display Port Steelseries Arctis Pro 7.1 Headset w/ dedicated DAC, OLED Display & AMP Logitech G903 Hero & Razer Naga Trinity w/ 3 interchangeable thumb inserts Razer Orbweaver Chroma Stealth Logitech G920 FF Racing Wheel + 6-speed Manual + 3 Pedal RGB Setup: 6 x 120mm Corsair QL RGB Fans 3 x 120mm Corsair NON-RGB ML Pro Fans 2 x 120mm Corsair ML RGB Pro Fans 1 x 140mm Corsair QL RGB Fan ⦁ 3 QL 120mm Case Fans for Intake on Bottom ⦁ 3 QL 120mm Fans for Intake on front of Kraken Radiatorin Pull ⦁ 3 x NON-RGB ML Pro 120mm Extreme Static Pressure Fans on back of Kraken in Push ⦁ 2 x ML RGB Pro 120mm Fans on top of GPU AIO in Pull for Top Exhaust ⦁ 2 x QL 120mm RGB Fans on the bottom of GPU AIO in Push for Top Exhaust ⦁ 1 x QL 140mm RGB Fan on the Top Right for Exhaust 1 x Lian-Li PW8-V2 Strimer Plus 8-Pin x 2 RGB GPU Power Cable 1 x Lian-Li PW24-V2 Strimer Plus RGB ATX Power Cable 1 x Corsair Commander Pro Smart Fan Controller 2 x Corsair Lighting Node Core 1 x Corsair LS100 Starter Kit + 450mm Extension Kit
    $4,106.95
    Ryan P
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    Large And In Charge. Large And In Charge.

    First computer build and wanted to see how to do it. First computer build and wanted to see how to do it.
    $14,682.47
    Itsjusttoohard
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    Thicc Boi Thicc Boi

    This was the first Pc I built and I took 15 trips to Micro Center. I play Fortnite, Rocket League, COD BO3, and Valorant. I... This was the first Pc I built and I took 15 trips to Micro Center. I play Fortnite, Rocket League, COD BO3, and Valorant. I use this for school also and I want a 3080 and I've been waiting for 7-8 weeks. I've had the option to click add to cart MANY times but it still did not allow me to.
    $1,983.90
    Matthew M
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    My New Gaming PC My New Gaming PC

    Specs Processor: Intel i9Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro WiFiStorage: Inland Premium 2TB NVME M.2RAM: Corsair... Specs Processor: Intel i9 Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro WiFi Storage: Inland Premium 2TB NVME M.2 RAM: Corsair Vengerance RGB Pro DDR4 3600 GPU:EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Super FTW3 ULTRA CPU Cooling: Corsair H115i RGB Platinum 280 Power Supply:Corsiar RM 750x Case: Cooler Master H500P Mesh White ARGB I plan to upgrade the power supply to the Corsair RM850x 850 in White to better match my all white case.
    $1,279.95
    Cory B
  • Chrispy's Coronapocalypse Gaming PC thumbnail

    Chrispy's Coronapocalypse Gaming PC Chrispy's Coronapocalypse Gaming PC

    Since coronavirus started I've found a group of friends I play Overwatch with that I used my MacBook Pro and external GPU... Since coronavirus started I've found a group of friends I play Overwatch with that I used my MacBook Pro and external GPU for, which increasingly felt more and more tedious due to heat and performance reasons. When I found out that we'll be stuck at home for an extended period of time with a little bit of extra money I decided to create a new build that could handle the load better on Overwatch, Forza, and other games. Since my budget was limited I decided to load up on the components outside of the GPU and use the existing Nvidia GTX 1070 card I had in my eGPU to save some cash. The result was a great performing build that I now use for most of my gaming, including Overwatch, Star Wars the Old Republic, Forza Horizon 4 (with a steering wheel), various single player games like Deus Ex: Human Revolution and eventually Cyberpunk 2077, and fairly recently Fall Guys. The rig itself was great with the components I put into it, however the display was quite choppy, so I went back to MicroCenter and scored a great deal on a Dell Nvidia GSYNC 2K monitor that I absolutely love with a 144Hz refresh. The only thing truly missing besides maybe an upgrade from 16GB of RAM to 32, is an upgraded graphics card. For that I plan to grab the upcoming Nvidia cards that are on the way, be it the 3070 or 3080 (2170 / 2180?) once they're announced, also depending on budget and cost of the cards.
    $2,215.11
    Christopher P
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    Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB

    Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some... Working from home during the Covid-19, I got a bit bored and wanted play some games on my down time. I started playing some games on my Macbook pro as well on my Microsoft Surface Laptop. Didn't get far with my thousand dollar laptop. Was going to buy another laptop but then ended up reading and understanding about building a PC. This is my first build. The main purpose of building this pc was to play games like Watch Dog 2, Need for Speed Heat, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Call of Duty MW Warzone, GTA V, and many more. I also do a lot of construction design reviews using Autodesk programs such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Revits, Navisworks, and Bluebeam program. With the PC setup listed below, I've seen FPS between the range of 100 to 150s depending on the games I play.That's with no overclocking. I am using a Dell S3220DGF 32" Curve monitor that I later bought to replace my HP 25er monitor.
    $3,292.79
    Feng G
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    The Ernie Build | 2020 Edition The Ernie Build | 2020 Edition

    I built Ernie because my old PC could not handle everything I wanted to do. I know, sounds pretty generic. This was a huge... I built Ernie because my old PC could not handle everything I wanted to do. I know, sounds pretty generic. This was a huge build for me. I have lived my whole life using low end, or very old hand-me-down parts. I had built a brand new PC before but it was entry-level at best, and I was not smart and favored looks over performance. I learned my lesson and buckled down and saved every penny one summer. I was going to spare no expense. RGB and looks were low on the list, but still very important. I was going for a Storm Trooper theme PC, and I think that turned out. I wanted the maximum performance possible, fast storage, and lots of it. The latest graphics and features and the RTX 2080 Super from EVGA fit the bill nicely. I wanted the CPU to have at least 8 Cores, so it would excel at recording and streaming. I was originally looking for the PC O-11 Dynamic, but it required fans and water cooling looks sick in that case, but I don't plan to do a custom loop, anytime soon. The Fractal Design Meshify C, it has good thermals and even better looks. It is pretty small for an ATX chassis. The biggest reason I built Ernie, was so I could start doing Youtube, and Streaming. My old PC could not handle gaming and recording at the same time, and struggled to run most games at 1440p/60FPS. I am looking to upgrade my monitor to an LG UltraGear IPS 144hz QHD Monitor. I also am looking to upgrade the AMD Stock Cooler to a Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4, because the stock cooler is super loud. I need to add more fans to further improve thermals, I am looking at some Corsair HD120's those look nice and perform well. If you read this far, Thank You, and maybe subscribe to my new YT Channel, QuackoOperator, I have already posted a video about this PC and I hope to continue to grow the channel and make some gaming content in the future. I want to make a series on F1 2020, maybe some Nascar Heat 5, and other racing games and shooter games such as COD: MW/Warzone.
    $1,807.91
    Jack S
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    Blizzard Blizzard

    I am only 14 and I got my first job so I decided to upgrade to this beast! I hope you enjoy! Planning on upgrading the 1080... I am only 14 and I got my first job so I decided to upgrade to this beast! I hope you enjoy! Planning on upgrading the 1080 to a 3080 when that releases. Also for the pc build competition I do have parents permission to enter so just for you guys know.
    $2,014.91
    Computer M
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    AMD-Ryzen AMD-Ryzen

    I build PC's to last 5-10 years. Even if you purchase from a main line PC manufacturer, go for a top tiered pc that will... I build PC's to last 5-10 years. Even if you purchase from a main line PC manufacturer, go for a top tiered pc that will last. You will get your moneys worth. You save few hundred bucks building your own and I'm thankful for Microcenter and their very competitive pricing.
    $1,109.92
    Blake M
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    TIFFANY TIFFANY

    Multi purpose for after hour gaming and my main workstation. I've been doing IT for 10+ years now and enjoy having this eye... Multi purpose for after hour gaming and my main workstation. I've been doing IT for 10+ years now and enjoy having this eye candy around.
    $1,989.93
    vesna S
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    Gallandof Gallandof

    Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer
    $4,404.78
    gallandof
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    The Gaming Cave The Gaming Cave

    We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose. We made this for Gaming, Racing Sim and, General Purpose.
    $3,823.80
    Anthony K
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    Alice Rev. 3 Alice Rev. 3

    I sold my last system (Mad Hatter) the week the Ryzen 3000 series came out. But I didn't have a case to put the new cpu and... I sold my last system (Mad Hatter) the week the Ryzen 3000 series came out. But I didn't have a case to put the new cpu and mobo into. So I made my own makeshift 'test bench-esque' case with random things I happened to have. A few months later, a buddy of mine was finishing up some home projects and I asked him to make me a T frame with any left over wood he had. Fast forward 9 months later, and I finally got the chance to start this project. CPU/MOBO/RAM - Purchased from Microcenter 7/7/19. SSD/HDD - My previous configuration had too many drives. So I got the NVME ssd for the essentials and two 2tb hdds, one for games the other for recordings. GPU - A reason to give my old GTX 1080 to my g/f. CPU Cooler - I knew I wanted to go back to air with this build. I didn't realize this cooler was... this big. CASE - Extra wood a buddy had left over after making a shelf. Extras - Acrylics and Acrylic bender from Performance-PCS. I originally planned this to also have a handle. I purchased the MNPC Tech cnc handles. But as I was building, I realized how heavy this would be. So I'll save those for the next/smaller build. **June Update** Replaced the acrylic panel below the gpu with a wider version. The gpu now looks sad at night. Build Log - https://imgur.com/a/olub8eT Improvised Build - https://imgur.com/a/HmowHWa _________________________________________ Uses - Gaming, Video editing, Streaming, and Sim racing.
    $1,544.85
    CallMeRizzo
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    MJL Race Rig MJL Race Rig

    Go Fast Go Fast
    $1,008.92
    Ablecat