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  • Large And In Charge. thumbnail

    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
  • 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
  • Ultimate Do It All PC Build thumbnail

    Ultimate Do It All PC Build Ultimate Do It All PC Build

    If This doesn't do anything and EVERYTHING I want for the rest of my life there is a serious issue... If This doesn't do anything and EVERYTHING I want for the rest of my life there is a serious issue...
    $13,381.64
    Steven B
  • The BEAST thumbnail

    The BEAST The BEAST

    Simply a beast with Ryzen Threadripper and QUAD RTX 2080ti Power! Simply a beast with Ryzen Threadripper and QUAD RTX 2080ti Power!
    $11,401.83
    Richard K
  • 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
  • ROG HARD thumbnail

    ROG HARD ROG HARD

    I haven't build a desktop since May 2008. This machine is a culmination of several years of saving and several months of... I haven't build a desktop since May 2008. This machine is a culmination of several years of saving and several months of hunting parts on every possible retailer. Sitting out in the lines in front of Micro Center on cold January mornings, watching dozens upon dozens of browser tabs from every possible online retailer refreshing across six displays. Finally, it runs. 2019/2020 were some pretty rough years so this is a present to myself. Cable management isn't complete because PCIE riser cable is not PCIE4.0 compatible, and the card has to come out again at some point, the radiator also has to be remounted because supplied screws weren't quite long enough, and there is temporary hardware installed for now. AIO head unit cover is not in place until radiator is remounted (need hose slack to install).Once all cable management is complete and parts are finally in place permanently, all the peel will come off. Practically 100% ASUS ROG build, hence the build name, ROG HARD.. Raid took some effort to get working as the documentation hasn't been updated for 5000 series CPU's. Currently the system is overclocked to 4.6ghz all cores, and GPU boosts to 2025. I built this monster for 3d/2d art, CAD, 3d printing, video editing, streaming, gaming, might try some mining too, just to learn the ropes. I live streamed the build form the living room while I am remodeling the spare room into a stream studio. Once I move it into the the studio I will set up the full triple monitor lay out.
    $7,531.93
    Anthony K
  • 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
  • AIO monster PC: Work Hard, Play Hard thumbnail

    AIO monster PC: Work Hard, Play Hard AIO monster PC: Work Hard, Play Hard

    This is going to be my new streaming beast, I absolutely need a zero compromise build for Twitch gaming as well as video... This is going to be my new streaming beast, I absolutely need a zero compromise build for Twitch gaming as well as video production and editing in my studio. It's my workhorse baby!
    $5,929.89
    Alan S
  • 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
  • Expensive computer! thumbnail

    Expensive computer! Expensive computer!

    Really expensive build i put together to have the best of the best Really expensive build i put together to have the best of the best
    $5,159.89
    Jabba H
  • Gallandof thumbnail

    Gallandof Gallandof

    Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer Personal gaming, VR, racing sim computer
    $4,404.78
    gallandof
  • Arctic Unicorn thumbnail

    Arctic Unicorn Arctic Unicorn

    Built in 2015, this has been my gaming/ school workhorse for over 5 years. Its my very first water cooling build and many of... Built in 2015, this has been my gaming/ school workhorse for over 5 years. Its my very first water cooling build and many of the parts are painted white to keep with the theme of the arctic(Before RGB became more widespread). The joke here is that it still crushes games and I had to input the parts below by hand because it's considered "old". Parts include: Asus x99 pro 3.1 MB Intel i7-4820k (OC 4.7) (From Micro Center!) Zotac 980ti Amp Extreme (Micro Center!) 32GB Corsair vengeance 3200 ram Bitfenix fittings, 2 ekwb SE 360 rads and blocks with LL120 fans (Thank you Micro Center!) Lian Li 011 dynamic (Again, Thank you Micro Center!) Custom sleeving and tubing bends with Mayhems pastel fluid. Aside from the the new case, ram and fans, everything is from 2015. I wish I could control the RGB but the board wont let me, because its before RGB was commonplace. In hindsight I realized how expensive and time consuming a water cooling build is. Is it necessary? Oh, heck no. Is it a pain to maintain. Its the absolute worst. Do I regret water cooling? Never, to me its like art. I appreciate it more now because of how time consuming it all is. Also while painting is a pain, I like the small detail it adds to the overall build. Painting the D5 pump, small board details, and water blocks took a lot of time, but makes it pop! I play a pretty diverse portfolio of games with the main go-tos being R6 Siege, Warzone, Apex, CS.GO, MSFS 2020, F1 2020, and some older games I just love like Portal, Bioshock, and the Witcher series. (When I'm not working on school of course (INCO major) so I also use a lot of VMware and Linux diagnostic tools.) As you can guess, its getting a on in years and its running into a few issues that are telltale that its not going to last much longer. In the near future I would love to upgrade the motherboard and CPU. I'll be staying away from the X-99 series, its pretty, but I never utilized its potential. I would like to upgrade to a i9-10900k or i7-10700k and a motherboard to match. I'm not too interested in a new GPU just yet (Still love my 980ti) and Nvidia 30 series is amazing but I'm really looking for a 3080ti... I'm glad it has lasted so long and still holds it own, but I think it's time to upgrade, just... college and all that. Let me know what you think, I'd love to hear from you! Also any suggestions you may have! Just wanted to share with you and hope you like it too!
    $4,220.92
    Michael L
  • Peregrine Hydro thumbnail

    Peregrine Hydro Peregrine Hydro

    Upgrade piece by piece since my first build in 2014, this is the fastest and coolest rig I've made, with enough radiator... Upgrade piece by piece since my first build in 2014, this is the fastest and coolest rig I've made, with enough radiator that it's not even all in the case. Used for gaming, video editing, 3d modeling/printing, and AI Interpolation.
    $4,184.94
    ssjbardock
  • Current Rig thumbnail

    Current Rig Current Rig

    Gaming / VR / Sim Racing Gaming / VR / Sim Racing
    $4,159.90
    a2wallen
  • 3090... take my monies! thumbnail

    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
  • The Gaming Cave thumbnail

    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
  • White ROG Strix 3090 Dream Build thumbnail

    White ROG Strix 3090 Dream Build White ROG Strix 3090 Dream Build

    I was lucky enough to find a white ROG Strix 3090 in stock at Microcenter! I've always wanted a white PC, so I themed this... I was lucky enough to find a white ROG Strix 3090 in stock at Microcenter! I've always wanted a white PC, so I themed this whole build around it! I mostly use this PC for gaming and VR, but I also do flight and driving sims in VR and the occasional work.
    $3,765.92
    Jason S
  • Overpowered PC thumbnail

    Overpowered PC Overpowered PC

    This pc was built for gaming, sim racing, VR, content creation, and everything in between. This pc was built for gaming, sim racing, VR, content creation, and everything in between.
    $3,614.94
    Seth M
  • Red Wolfs Build thumbnail

    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
  • White lian li thumbnail

    White lian li White lian li

    Pure gaming build for ultrawide, triple monitor, and vr resolutions in racing/flight sims. Also used for some occasional... Pure gaming build for ultrawide, triple monitor, and vr resolutions in racing/flight sims. Also used for some occasional video and photo editing.
    $3,544.94
    Christian G
  • My Noctua themed build. thumbnail

    My Noctua themed build. My Noctua themed build.

    This PC was built towards the tail end of "the before times" and has served me well for the last year or so. Noctua was my... This PC was built towards the tail end of "the before times" and has served me well for the last year or so. Noctua was my decided theme and I really tried to stay away from RGB parts. At most I just use white light to highlight the internals. I mostly use it to play games like Deep Rock Galactic and Starcraft II but I also dabble with competitive shooters like Battlefield or PUBG. I'm not sure of what I'd do differently because so far, I think it's pretty much the perfect computer for me and I don't think I'd swap any part even if it was free to do so. PC originally started life with a 3900x/x570 Aorus Master but I had lots of USB problems and ended up returning it for a 10900KF/Z490 Aorus Master. Much happier with the Intel CPU overall. Big upgrade over my previous 4790k build.
    $3,512.80
    drewjhinners
  • Avalanche thumbnail

    Avalanche Avalanche

    I use this build for creative work, I'm a graphic designer, animater, and 3D artist. I also use it for gaming, and have a... I use this build for creative work, I'm a graphic designer, animater, and 3D artist. I also use it for gaming, and have a simple racing setup.
    $3,462.89
    Brock F
  • Mirror mirror #Bitwit thumbnail

    Mirror mirror #Bitwit Mirror mirror #Bitwit

    Finally decided to make myself a high end gaming machine after spending most of my life with mid/low tier machines that... Finally decided to make myself a high end gaming machine after spending most of my life with mid/low tier machines that would upgraded over time. Figured since I would be building a better machine why not customize it a bit while I am it. Yea I know, 011d but its just a nice looking and functioning case. As for what games I play? Just about everything but these days I have been on a bit of a survival kick. Me and a friend just beat co-op Green Hell. Great little game. As for future plans, really don't think I have much really, although I saw an amazing infinity mirror mod a few weeks ago that I really want to build but other than that maybe an in case display of some kind but I think I its pretty much done for a few years, it does what I want and with the new tech coming in the next few years it's probably better to wait anyway. Who knows, maybe by the time I need a new GPU the world will have gone back to normal and I can just drive up to MC and get me one without having to get up at 4am and camp outside when its 28 (&*(#$@ degrees out. Comments and suggestions welcome.
    $3,443.86
    Jason P
  • FreezerBurns #Bitwit! thumbnail

    FreezerBurns #Bitwit! FreezerBurns #Bitwit!

    Built to replace a rig that still ran after ten years, but was showing its age. Ironically, it was a Microcenter product,... Built to replace a rig that still ran after ten years, but was showing its age. Ironically, it was a Microcenter product, the PowerSpec X603 that got me started down this road.
    $3,389.94
    BigDog82000