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  • Da Fish Tank thumbnail

    Da Fish Tank Da Fish Tank

    This was my very first attempt at building a Custom Liquid Cooled PC. This PC was built for me to start my Youtube page in... This was my very first attempt at building a Custom Liquid Cooled PC. This PC was built for me to start my Youtube page in 2021, which will be called Davids Dime Time. I am currently playing Tomb Raider and will be starting Assassin's Creed Valhalla soon. Build is almost complete, just need the ASUS EK 3080 GPU and waiting for Lian Li to release the AL120 Uni Fans to complete the build. I call it "Da Fish Tank", because like a fish tank, I have fed it my money and look at it all day. LOL
    $2,711.66
    @ChiTown2DTown
  • ROG Strix King 1 thumbnail

    ROG Strix King 1 ROG Strix King 1

    My 4th build, going beyond on trying to complete an all match build, or at least close. This build will be on going as time... My 4th build, going beyond on trying to complete an all match build, or at least close. This build will be on going as time permits
    $1,881.86
    Thomas M
  • Finally built first computer thumbnail

    Finally built first computer Finally built first computer

    Gaming Gaming
    $1,816.85
    Daniel F
  • My Final Project For A Summer Class thumbnail

    My Final Project For A Summer Class My Final Project For A Summer Class

    The point of this build was an assignment for a summer class. I took this as an opportunity to get rid of my prebuilt Lenovo... The point of this build was an assignment for a summer class. I took this as an opportunity to get rid of my prebuilt Lenovo desktop, This rig is made for gaming and running virtual machines for my classes at NJIT. Some games that run smoothly on this rig are Skyrim, Destiny 2, Warframe, Uno and Minecraft.
    $1,429.95
    Mohammad-Shamel A
  • DARKM thumbnail

    DARKM DARKM

    Designed for gaming and graphics Designed for gaming and graphics
    $1,426.40
    ANUBIS
  • My First Build thumbnail

    My First Build My First Build

    After using a higher end desktop for the first time I realized it was something I really wanted to work towards. I did my... After using a higher end desktop for the first time I realized it was something I really wanted to work towards. I did my research and bought each piece one or two at a time over a few months. It felt like it was taking forever but luckily I was able to finish buying everything right before quarantine really kicked in. Once I got all my pieces a buddy of mine bought all his pieces and we built them together over discord. It was great going though the process with him because we were able to double the research done and both help the other through it all. I use it everyday whether it's for work, browsing the internet, or gaming. I use it for Overwatch, Civ 6, League, various battle royale games, and whatever else, open to suggestions! The next step I want to take with this is to get a VR system for it.
    $1,421.88
    Philip L
  • Sith Trooper Star Wars Build #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Sith Trooper Star Wars Build... Sith Trooper Star Wars Build #MicroCenterMadness

    I wanted to try PC gaming since all I would hear from people was that it was a way better experience. Thus after watching... I wanted to try PC gaming since all I would hear from people was that it was a way better experience. Thus after watching multiple youtubers such as Jayztwocents and TechSource I was inspired to build my first ever PC. It has evolved now since I'm hooked with building so now I find any excuse to get my hands on my pc. Here are some pictures of the updated state of my entire set up since I have tried hard to not just have a good looking pc but also a good looking setup. I used by two favorite colors for lighting purple and red. I love star wars and one of my favorites was the red sith troopers from the last installment. The rest of the game room has some starwars stuff such as the white boba fett helmet, the lightsaber, and the R2D2 popcorn maker! Thus the theme for the pc/setup build. I'm currently rocking a ryzen 7 3800x and Powercolor Red dragon 5600xt. My hopes are to upgrade the gpu and keyboard next. If you have any keyboard recommendations let me know!
    $1,409.90
    Juwels
  • Gaming/Streaming PC thumbnail

    Gaming/Streaming PC Gaming/Streaming PC

    I built this PC so that I could both play my favorite games as well as stream simultaneously from it to Facebook gaming,... I built this PC so that I could both play my favorite games as well as stream simultaneously from it to Facebook gaming, Twitch, as well as Youtube.
    $1,385.82
    spencerj2010
  • Almight Disco thumbnail

    Almight Disco Almight Disco

    I am studying to become a Construction Managager with a minor of project management. I decided to invest and build this PC... I am studying to become a Construction Managager with a minor of project management. I decided to invest and build this PC to help with my future career. I am going to be using many different types of big programs including autocad, solidworks, etc. I am also a huge online gamer I play League of Legends, Rocket League, Black Desert Online, Dungeon Fighters Online, Titanfall, and am going to take a jab at games like Modern Warfare or CSGO.
    $1,314.92
    Steven G
  • First build thumbnail

    First build First build

    Built this gaming PC because all the boyz were switching to PC. I mainly play FPS games, but it also runs assassins creed... Built this gaming PC because all the boyz were switching to PC. I mainly play FPS games, but it also runs assassins creed perfectly. Not a bad build at all, I upgraded the CPU cooler to an AIO from corsair (icue H150i). Honestly very fun and great time building, can't wait to do another!
    $1,309.92
    Shane R
  • My First Build thumbnail

    My First Build My First Build

    Over the years I have replaced video cards, RAM, hard drives individually but I've never built the whole computer from start... Over the years I have replaced video cards, RAM, hard drives individually but I've never built the whole computer from start to finish. The last time I purchased or even upgraded a computer was at least 8 years ago. A lot changed but many of the basics still remain true. Before buying all of the parts I began watching videos on youtube to research, parts, trends and favored brands. I watched guys like JaysTwoCents to ground myself in the do's and don'ts of building as well as what to do once the computer is built. For three months watched video after video and then began planning my purchase. I've always been a fan of AMD. Even when their trustworthiness wasn't as quantifiable as it is now I would buy their products and never regretted it. My AMD focused build has been great and I'm excited to show off my first full build. I wanted a build which would take my gaming experience up a notch or two while providing an better overall pc experience during general usage. I'm very happy with its performance and built it with the ability to upgrade this build in the future rather than rebuilding from the ground up. I could upgrade the CPU, GPU or even dabble in some lite water cooling. Currently I play a lot of Pathfinder:Kingmaker and Stellaris when I'm in a Grand Strategy mood. In hindsight, I am something of a minimalist, I didn't feel the need for lots of RGB (can get a bit gaudy) but after seeing my GPU light up along with the lighting on my motherboard... I might have considered playing with the lighting a bit more. Or gone for more more power in the GPU with the 5700XT. Did you hear that? Sounded like Tim Allen growling in far off distance. lol
    $1,307.23
    Timothy Lee D
  • Breakthrough thumbnail

    Breakthrough Breakthrough

    I call this pc break through beacause its my breakthrough into pcs and also because my case has an angular design that... I call this pc break through beacause its my breakthrough into pcs and also because my case has an angular design that reminds me of a breakthrough. By the way my name is actually mayank but my dads name is rathna. I built this pc because I was bored during quarantine and i was watching bitwit a phenomenal pc builder and said to myself its time i try building a pc. I watched a lot of youtubers that kept on talking about micro center as computer heaven so i went and saw the locations and sadly there isnt a micro center in florida. So i bought parts from newegg, amazon, and the micro center web store to craft my awesome pc. It took me around 4 days to build it and it was so much fun. Thankfuly i didnt need to troubleshoot and it booted the first try. I use the pc as a workstation for creating games ,video editing, and for school. I am a middle schooler and I have a youtube channel with my brother. If I could i would probably add a an aio and waited for the b550 launch to get the asus rog b550f gaming . Also i would probably grab an rx 5700xt but now that all these rumors are coming up about rdna 2.0 and nvidias rtx 3000 line up of gpus i think im going to wait for amd and nvidia to spill the beans This was a huge upgrade from my old pc with a Intel i3 3rd gen running on integrated. Currently I have another project, building my dream setup and this awesome pc is the first step. My dream is to go to micro center one day and with the 500 dollars my parents would probably get convinced to take me to the one in duluth. L
    $1,211.93
    Rathna l
  • Star destroyer thumbnail

    Star destroyer Star destroyer

    Built for fun this is my first full build i use for basicly everything i do compute and gaming. I like to play a verity of... Built for fun this is my first full build i use for basicly everything i do compute and gaming. I like to play a verity of games one of my favorites would have to be jedi fallen order
    $1,204.94
    josh g
  • SFF PC thumbnail

    SFF PC SFF PC

    I primarily play Destiny 2, CS:GO, Apex Legends, and The Division 2. Prices shown for items I can't find on Micro Center's... I primarily play Destiny 2, CS:GO, Apex Legends, and The Division 2. Prices shown for items I can't find on Micro Center's website are what I paid back in 2018 when I originally built this system. This build is a couple years in the making for me. I started out finally deciding to get back into PC gaming after nearly 6 years off. During college I bought and gamed on an old Gateway FX gaming laptop, purchased new in 2008. I used that up until it eventually died (GPU gave out) in 2014. Between 2014 and March 2019, I made due with an old PS3 and borrowing my girlfriends laptop when I needed a PC at home. So, tax season 2019 rolled around and I had a modest return that I decided to put towards PC components. This build hasn't changed for the most part since its inception with the exception of the case, GPU, and PSU. My original build was in a Thermaltake Core V1 with an Asus ROG Strix RX 570 and EVGA B3 550W PSU. SFF PCs had intrigued me for a while (hence the original "small" 22L case), but when 2020 came around I knew it was time to upgrade the case and go even smaller - enter the Sliger SM550. Case This case is extremely well made and the attention to detail made building inside of the small enclosure a pleasure. Cable management was definitely helped by changing to the EVGA GM 550W PSU, which comes with shorter than standard cables. I did quite a bit of digging around on the internet prior to building in this case, so that helped immensely when it came time to execute. Everything has a specific place and orientation to fit in, so as long as you follow the correct sequence of part assembly, it really isn't any more difficult than a larger case. The current setup I have is vented side panels on both sides and the case fans configured to exhaust. CPU This was, and still is, a great value CPU for a variety of tasks. Aside from gaming, I generally use my PC for work or internet browsing. This CPU provides more than enough power for these tasks, and overclocks quite nicely. Cooler I used the original cooler (Wraith Stealth) for quite some time, including in my initial build in the SM550. While it could mostly keep up with my 4.0GHz overclock, I ultimately decided to upgrade to the Noctua NH-L9a. The Noctua cooler is much better at handling the 2600 than the stock Wraith Stealth cooler. With a mild undervolt (1.250VRM,1.200SOC) the peak temps never go above 76C. RAM Unfortunately, this RAM has not aged well. Not to say it doesn't still work the same as on day one - but the price I paid back in March 2019 was significantly higher than current prices. I may upgrade this in the future to a faster kit. MOBO The ASUS B450-i Gaming is a great motherboard. All of the connectivity and features I needed and wanted, plus WiFi for when the new smaller size PC travels with me. Storage This build started out with just the 250GB M.2 drive. This filled up much faster with 2019 games than my old drives did back when I was gaming in 2010. I had a temporary fix by harvesting the hard drive from my old laptop, but I ultimately replaced that HDD with a 512GB SanDisk SSD I picked up on sale at Micro Center. No complaints here. GPU Yes, the RX570 is an old card. It works fantastically for the gaming I want to do (1080p60) for my couch gaming setup. I am looking into a moderate upgrade to the 1660ti or similar in the next few months to try to get into 1440p or reduced settings 4k gaming. Since originally finishing this build, I've upgraded to a Sapphire RX 5600 XT. This upgraded turned out to be much less straightforward than I anticipated - everything said this GPU should fit in the SM550, but ultimately there was contact between the side panel mount and the shroud on the GPU. I'm disappointed I didn't notice before I scuffed the shroud a bit, but it is hidden when the PC is assembled. Once I got the GPU in place and attempted to put the side panel back on, I found that the pins for the side panels protruded beyond the mount by about 1/8". This required a quick update to the shroud to add some clearance in the form of a well placed 13/64" hole. Once that was complete, the GPU installed without issue! After running several performance tests, I found that I was receiving very low performance from my GPU, as well as my SSDs. Ultimately, I had to completely wipe and reinstall windows to achieve proper performance. I have paired this system up with an Anne Pro 2 in black, a Corsair Dark Core RGB mouse, Corsair HS70SE wireless headphones, and an AOC CU34G2X 1440p Ultrawide monitor. CPU temp at idle: 41.0C CPU temp under load: 76.0C CPU OC to 4.0GHz GPU temp at idle: 40.0C GPU temp under load: 68.0C
    $1,194.60
    Mike K
  • Go Small to Go Big thumbnail

    Go Small to Go Big Go Small to Go Big

    The biggest part of my setup is my monitor as I am a day trader. I could have gone with a dual screen monitor but one... The biggest part of my setup is my monitor as I am a day trader. I could have gone with a dual screen monitor but one seamless 49" monitor is more aesthetically pleasing. Most of the budget was spend on aesthetics rather than performance due to the low demands of a trading platform. I believe that this setup is pretty well rounded for other task including light gaming. Parts and specs of this build is pretty mid-range running a full AMD build with plans for future upgrade if necessary.
    $1,181.94
    Van N
  • Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge thumbnail

    Austin Evans - Third Person Build... Austin Evans - Third Person Build Challenge

    This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom... This is the PC build that Austin Evans put together in his THIRD PERSON PC Build Challenge video. Austin used a custom backpack setup with a drone racing VR headset and a GoPro camera to see himself in third-person! Because the camera is shoulder-mounted, it is a bit unsteady, which adds to the difficulty of assembling this PC. If you're going to build a new PC, we'd recommend trying it first-person before you level up your difficulty like this! These parts were chosen to give Austin the best chance for success. Do you think he succeeded? What do you find most difficult about building your own custom PC? Check out his video below to see if Austin was able to complete this build in third-person! To see the full video visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRLIs76-C7M
    $1,177.91
    Micro Center
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    Xavo Xavo

    Gaming. Call of duty modern warfare, Dirt Rally 2.0 ,first build ever not knowledge of how but I did it. I added water... Gaming. Call of duty modern warfare, Dirt Rally 2.0 ,first build ever not knowledge of how but I did it. I added water cooling the kraken M22
    $1,123.92
    Irvin I
  • Aesthetic Silver thumbnail

    Aesthetic Silver Aesthetic Silver

    I built this pc because I really like putting together computers. With everything that's going on in the world right now and... I built this pc because I really like putting together computers. With everything that's going on in the world right now and staying at home I have time to do what I love. This gaming pc is built on an old Lian Li PC-70 chassis with 9 noctua fans. Playing mostly space shooter games like Destiny 2, mass effect, Star Wars BF II, and Titanfall 2.
    $1,048.92
    Jonathan A
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    Maggie White Maggie White

    I built this for my mother in-law. She wanted to get into gaming and I wanted to her to join the PCMR in style. I built this for my mother in-law. She wanted to get into gaming and I wanted to her to join the PCMR in style.
    $1,047.92
    Dragonaz16
  • Iron Man thumbnail

    Iron Man Iron Man

    I built this for a mid range gaming rig that looked great aesthetically I built this for a mid range gaming rig that looked great aesthetically
    $1,040.89
    Brandon M
  • First PC Build <3 thumbnail

    First PC Build <3 First PC Build <3

    My first PC build. Decided to make this my gaming rig. I play Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, and Forza for the amazing... My first PC build. Decided to make this my gaming rig. I play Valorant, Rainbow Six Siege, and Forza for the amazing graphics. I also use the PC for uh.. work, lots and lots of homework, if you catch my drift.
    $1,034.88
    Andy T
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    Blue thunder Blue thunder

    I started building this for stock trading but included it as a gaming pc.I love playing any warfare games. I dont think I... I started building this for stock trading but included it as a gaming pc.I love playing any warfare games. I dont think I would do anything differently. Micro center had all the parts in stock which made it easy to get these parts.
    $1,010.93
    Ramon M
  • AMD New XT Gaming  Build thumbnail

    AMD New XT Gaming Build AMD New XT Gaming Build

    I wanted to try the new 3600xt CPU and 550 Board. i grabbed it all the 1st day it all came out and it went very well I wanted to try the new 3600xt CPU and 550 Board. i grabbed it all the 1st day it all came out and it went very well
    $1,005.92
    nick p
  • Phil’s gaming pc #Bitwit thumbnail

    Phil’s gaming pc #Bitwit Phil’s gaming pc #Bitwit

    I built this gaming pc because I had never had a good gaming system before. I used cheap Dell laptops to game. The games I... I built this gaming pc because I had never had a good gaming system before. I used cheap Dell laptops to game. The games I play are Valorant, League of Legends, CS:GO, and Overwatch
    $996.91
    Phillip W