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  • 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
  • First Build thumbnail

    First Build First Build

    A friend talked me into getting into PC gaming. I had an old computer and spent time upgrading until I decided to do a full... A friend talked me into getting into PC gaming. I had an old computer and spent time upgrading until I decided to do a full rebuild of the whole system. Mostly used for Rocket League, GTA, CoD, RDR2, and some other assorted games.
    $3,343.40
    Richard N
  • Gaming/Coding Rig thumbnail

    Gaming/Coding Rig Gaming/Coding Rig

    The main purpose of this rig is gaming and coding, occasionally running multiple VM's, and run the Adobe Creative Cloud... The main purpose of this rig is gaming and coding, occasionally running multiple VM's, and run the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite. For games it can range from the newest AAA game, or it can be moba's. For coding it can range from taking gigabyte graph files and finding the shortest path, or recommendations (and example of heavy CPU usage). It was important to have a fast CPU with multiple threads. At the time of building Ryzen was an okay option but wasn't the powerhouse that it is currently. If I were to rebuild I would do a Ryzen chip just for the productivity of it. There are a few things I would like to change about the rig: - New 4k Gaming Ultrawide with high refresh rate. - New Graphics Card, currently waiting for the new Nvidia Ampere Cards - Double the RAM from 16GB to 32GB, and changing it out for Corsair Vengeance for RGB control.
    $2,990.84
    waddlguin3
  • White with Rainbows thumbnail

    White with Rainbows White with Rainbows

    I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I... I started off with a 700$ budget a couple years back in 2017 and had an alright PC with a 1050ti and a ryzen 5 1600, but I gradually gained money over time and saved up and eventually got the chance to upgrade parts one by one. Here I am now. Thanks to Microcenter for the fact that they literally have literally every computer part in the store. It is exciting every time I walk into there. It is such an amazing place for "geeks" like me honestly. I hope to definitely one day be able to afford a higher end GPU and hopefully make my setup and build look even better with more lighting mainly for the GPU, but at this time I can deal with what I have. Everything seems great, I can do my school work and multitask and game fine. On top of that I can stream well with consistent frames thanks to the new NVENC, but I am pretty sure my 3900x can handle streaming just as well.
    $2,339.36
    Steven P
  • This Girl Can!! thumbnail

    This Girl Can!! This Girl Can!!

    I built this PC because I was placed on full quarantine because I have diabetes. I had always wanted to build my own Gaming... I built this PC because I was placed on full quarantine because I have diabetes. I had always wanted to build my own Gaming PC but never had the time to do it. Well, I finally got the time to do it. It started out being a PC just for gaming. (Which I play Naval Action and the Borderlands series.) I ended up using it to work from home as well. This build has been very solid and I am very proud of my work!
    $2,292.87
    Angie T
  • Red Comet thumbnail

    Red Comet Red Comet

    Nothing fancy. Just my love for black and red and dark themed aesthetics Nothing fancy. Just my love for black and red and dark themed aesthetics
    $1,967.91
    Tristan S
  • Transistor Glow #Bitwit thumbnail

    Transistor Glow #Bitwit Transistor Glow #Bitwit

    All parts and accessories will be listed at the bottom. My gaming rig, used mostly for Destiny 2, Escape From Tarkov,... All parts and accessories will be listed at the bottom. My gaming rig, used mostly for Destiny 2, Escape From Tarkov, Battlefield 4, Far Cry, BioShock, Batman, and CS:GO. I also use this setup for Hi-Res music, it’s connected to my receiver and speakers as well as my headphone amps, and headphones. I also used this to record and digitize my entire record catalog in 192 kHz WAV. This build was designed to have very minimal RGB, and for the little it does have stand out inside a case with dark tinted tempered glass. Only a small line on the motherboard VRM heat sync, the ram sticks, and the GPU have RGB, and I went with a soft orange color to match the glow of the tubes on one of my amplifiers. For future upgrades, I would really like to get a matching RAM kit and have 32GB of RAM. However the more pressing upgrade is the GPU, I already had the 1660ti that is in it now, which is pretty serviceable. But I am trying to get a 3080 for a reasonable price so that my 1440p ultra wide can actually go to it’s full 144hz. I would also like to get some custom sleeved black cables at some point to really neaten up the cable situation, but I think it looks great for now with the stock cables. The biggest focus for me was performance and understated style and also minimal size for an ATX chassis, with essentially all black components, and a dark tint on the case glass. I went for a cooler that was going to more than handle my 5900x with a slight OC, and thankfully the 280mm rad fits perfectly in the front of my case. I also made sure to take advantage of my PCIe 4.0 compatible m.2 slot by putting in a 1TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 drive for games, and a 500gb PCIe 3.0 NVMe for my boot drive. My brother and I put a massive focus on correctly managing the cables, and making sure it was all as clean as possible. At the end of the day this is essentially my dream PC, and I cannot wait to finish getting the rest of the parts I need to be at the maximum potential for this build. Parts List: Tower: AMD Ryzen 9 5900x, MSI Gaming X 1660 ti, Gigabyte Aorus x570 Elite, Sabrent Rocket 4.0 1TB, WD Blue 500GB, 16GB Crucial Ballistix RAM, 2x 2TB Seagate Barracuda HDD, EVGA Supernova GA 850w PSU, Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280mm CLC Monitors: 24" AOC 24G1WG4 1920x1080 144hz, Acer Nitro 34" XV340CK P ultrawide 3440x1440 144hz Audio: Sennheiser x Massdrop HD6XX, Hifiman Sundara, Hifiman x Massdrop HE-4XX, XDuoo TA-03S tube amplifier, Drop O2 + Grace SDAC, Harmon/Kardon Aura Studio 2 Hifi setup: Pioneer SX-10AE, Pioneer PL-520 turntable, ELAC Debut 2.0 B6.2 speakers Peripherals: Corsair Harpoon Wireless, KBD Fans Tofu 65 Acrylic, with Kailh Box Jades
    $1,769.92
    Walter Z
  • Productivity with Style 9900K thumbnail

    Productivity with Style 9900K Productivity with Style 9900K

    i9 CPU with a Z390 motherboard, 32GB of fast RAM, and a sturdy video card all combine to make a really nice desktop computer. i9 CPU with a Z390 motherboard, 32GB of fast RAM, and a sturdy video card all combine to make a really nice desktop computer.
    $1,768.91
    MC-Duluth
  • Crescent Rose thumbnail

    Crescent Rose Crescent Rose

    Why did I build this? I wanted a computer that had good processing power, could also run some games, and I was able to... Why did I build this? I wanted a computer that had good processing power, could also run some games, and I was able to obtain most of the parts at a good price. Occasionally I need to either compile some code or edit a video, and the Ryzen 7 3800x has yet to disappoint. It also has plenty enough power when combined with the 1660 Super for the games I play. It has no problems with League of Legends, Modded Minecraft, Assassins Creed: Odyssey, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. This build was not planned, it just sort of came together. Some pieces are new, used or damaged. The Meshify C case has a 4” gash on the top mesh, so I bent it back into shape. The Ryzen 7 3800x had bent pins, so I risked it and managed to straighten the pins. I bought a kit of the TridentZ RGB RAM from a friend and purchased an additional clearanced kit to not have empty RAM. The GPU and PSU were salvaged from another build. The only new and planned purchases were the motherboard, AIO cooler, case fans, NVMe drive, and RGB led strips. This shows that you do not need to buy everything at once or everything new always in order to achieve a good-looking build.
    $1,706.89
    OneTiltedSofaB
  • dual monitor egirl streaming setup thumbnail

    dual monitor egirl streaming setup dual monitor egirl streaming setup

    this was my first build! it was extremely easy and i had fun building it. i got to learn about the pc components while... this was my first build! it was extremely easy and i had fun building it. i got to learn about the pc components while building this. i havent had any issues running any games or doing anything such a lag, ping, storage, or graphics. personally i use my setup to game and stream. i love to use my computer to just sit back and watch shows and youtube videos and with the soundbar its a great setup to do so. i have yet to run into any problems with my setup and decide to upgrade it in the future. personally i wish i wouldve gotten a vertical monitor for streaming but the ones i have are great especially for the price. i wish i wouldve gotten a better graphics card but the one i have does the job and on most games i can run high display settings with ease. i would like to add water cooling in the future when i upgrade my graphics card. some of the things in the setup that i couldnt find at microcenter will be listed here : Insignia™ - 2.0-Channel Soundbar with Digital Amplifier - Black Razer Viper Mini Ultralight Gaming Mouse Ducky One 2 Mini Tai Hao Miami 108-Key ABS Doubleshot SA Keycap Set - Cotton Candy (Hardcap / Ducky) Razer Seiren X NEEWER Adjustable Microphone Suspension Boom Scissor Arm Stand Turtle Beach Recon Spark Universal Gaming Headset Headphone Stand Antec 120mm RGB Case Fan, RGB High Performance PC Fan, 4-pin RGB, F12 Series, 3 Packs Elgato Game Capture Card HD60 S Kingston 480GB A400 SATA 3 2.5" Internal SSD SA400S37/480G - HDD Replacement for Increase Performance Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition CPU Air Cooler w/ SF120R 120mm RGB Fan RGB Gaming Mouse Pad
    $1,634.88
    kayla k
  • Quick Click McGee thumbnail

    Quick Click McGee Quick Click McGee

    This is my first PC build, which was a personal challenge I have wanted to tackle for over a decade. This build also marks... This is my first PC build, which was a personal challenge I have wanted to tackle for over a decade. This build also marks the beginning of my transition out of the Apple computer ecosystem. For the past decade I have been a Macintosh user, but I noticed that the more I used Windows 10 the easier it became to look for new horizons. I built this PC partially for my occupation as a software developer, but also for gaming when I'm off the clock. Needless to say, I spend the majority of my day using it for work and play. Prior to this build I was solely a Nintendo Switch gamer, and now I have the power to play all the triple A games I was missing out on. My proclivity for Nintendo games is still alive and well, as I discovered a new hobby in emulating my favorite games with upscaled graphics on my machine. I am very happy with my PC, the whole process has sparked a new hobby for me in ways I never expected. In the future I plan to get a corsair keyboard to match my mouse, a 144hz 2k ROG monitor, and also upgrade the graphics card as we get closer to Cyberpunk's launch.
    $1,591.91
    Connor C
  • Projekt 1029 #Bitwit thumbnail

    Projekt 1029 #Bitwit Projekt 1029 #Bitwit

    I built this PC as a rig for streaming, video editing, art, and gaming. I built this PC as a rig for streaming, video editing, art, and gaming.
    $1,531.80
    Ronald K
  • My first build thumbnail

    My first build My first build

    I wanted a computer that's had more power than my laptop. So I saved up and built this. I do everything on this now,... I wanted a computer that's had more power than my laptop. So I saved up and built this. I do everything on this now, everywhere from watching lectures to working on large CAD files and playing games. I've been playing games that I can play with my friends, like Valorant, Phasmophobia, GTA, Rainbow 6 Siege and such. For these games, the 1660 Super can handle 1440 pretty well, so for my first build, I'm very satisfied. In hindsight, I think getting a 20 series card would've been nice, especially for 1440p gaming, but a lot of the budget went to the monitor (which I like very much and I can't even look at the laptop display now) and getting a worse monitor for a better graphics card wouldn't make much sense. Also, getting a semi-modular/modular PSU would've been a good idea. I think I cable-managed pretty well, but it wasn't exactly the easiest. The single RGB fan came with the case, and that is the only RGB part outside the little strip that comes on the Aorus mobo. I put it on the back as it's the only place I can see the lights from
    $1,441.99
    Suhyeon P
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    Overbuilt-ITX Overbuilt-ITX

    I built this PC as a mid tier gaming rig with some unnecessary parts. I built it to look good as well as perform well for up... I built this PC as a mid tier gaming rig with some unnecessary parts. I built it to look good as well as perform well for up to date triple A games. I play a plethora of games on it including Rocket League, Call of Duty, Borderlands, Dark souls, Grand Theft Auto, The Witcher, etc.
    $1,367.86
    popcornjones
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    Rainbow boi Rainbow boi

    I play valorant,Fortnite, GTA, Minecraft and csgo I play valorant,Fortnite, GTA, Minecraft and csgo
    $1,338.92
    Nicholas D
  • My Personal Ryzen 7 Gaming PC thumbnail

    My Personal Ryzen 7 Gaming PC My Personal Ryzen 7 Gaming PC

    This is my personal Ryzen build. Runs Warzone at 160+ FPS. 8TB WD for Media backup and 240SSD for music files. I have plans... This is my personal Ryzen build. Runs Warzone at 160+ FPS. 8TB WD for Media backup and 240SSD for music files. I have plans to upgrade the boot drive to a 1tb NVME in the future.
    $1,334.90
    Andrew H
  • VicRayNyo Inc thumbnail

    VicRayNyo Inc VicRayNyo Inc

    I needed to get PC built for my daughter who has become a great gamer. She started with her PS4 playing fortnite and other... I needed to get PC built for my daughter who has become a great gamer. She started with her PS4 playing fortnite and other games that was able to play using that platform. When she noticed the the real great players uses a PC specifically built to handle extreme gamers, we decided it's time for her to get one She started practicing using the mouse and keyboard to play fortnite connected to her PS4. Once she got comfortable, I asked her "Nyobia" to research gaming PC 's so we can get an idea of how much it will cost. I also asked people I knew were gamers for their input. We were now ready to build our own PC. Went to microcenter and was fortunate to speak with two of their workers Shaun and Maurice. After a brief conversation with Shaun he suggested I have a professional build one for many reasons. I agreed after thinking and weighing the pros and cons. Shaun directed me to Maurice and I told him what we needed. I have him the specs given to me and he compared them to what microcenter had in comparison. I gave him my budget and away he went. He explained everything to me in detail. He offered his suggestions and once we gathered up what's needed he save me a couple hundred bucks. Maurice also made it so Nyobia can start streaming when she is ready. The outcome ifs fantastic. Nyobia is ecstatic loving every minute of her new gaming PC. The colors superb, speed remarkable and it also looks great. This will last a while ABC's during the time of upgrades are neccessary I will go to microcenter to her it done.
    $1,324.87
    Victor M
  • Magical Girl Box thumbnail

    Magical Girl Box Magical Girl Box

    I've always wanted a pink computer and have had a love of magical girls since I was a child, but have never seen a magical... I've always wanted a pink computer and have had a love of magical girls since I was a child, but have never seen a magical girl themed computer. My magical girl figures that are featured on top of the case: Sailor Moon, Madoka, and Card Captor Sakura. The case is a customized pink Silverstone SG13-P with a custom-made frosted acrylic panel extension with a decorative rice paper design window film over it to better diffuse the addressable LEDs which wrap around the radiator. Even the wifi antennas are pink! I used washi tape to create a border around the acrylic panel with feathers and added cherry blossom stickers and sailor moon decals to tie in with the magical girl theme. The LEDs are connected to a Corsair Commander Pro. Despite it having a core I7 2600K CPU, it can run DOOM Eternal just fine. That may also be due to the EVGA GTX 1660 Super, 16 GB of Corsair Vengeance RAM and the Cooler Master ML120 AIO keeping it cooled down while mashing buttons or streaming magical girl anime. Most of the components (CPU, GPU, Storage, RAM) were purchased at MicroCenter (TM) at one time or another. If it weren't for the lack of NVME storage I don't see any other reason to upgrade.
    $1,274.92
    Casandra C
  • Kool Aid Rig thumbnail

    Kool Aid Rig Kool Aid Rig

    I built this computer for my gaming needs and i always wanted to create something for myself to use most of my time. This... I built this computer for my gaming needs and i always wanted to create something for myself to use most of my time. This fantastic Kool Aid themed PC is the first ever thing ive build about 2 weeks ago and so furthermore i decided to add in most of my RGB from NZXT to further express the red and purple bloom for my themed build, also it makes my little jug shine as bright as the red moon! Anywho my future upgrades will include a custom red and black RTX 3070 with a newer and quieter power supply that will fit my needs for ultra gaming and for my schoolwork (ill get to see texts in Google doc in beauty form lol :D). Im very proud of this build and my setup once again!
    $1,259.93
    Arian B
  • Dolemite #Bitwit thumbnail

    Dolemite #Bitwit Dolemite #Bitwit

    This is my very first gaming PC! I traded it for some work, and I slowly added most new parts until I had something of my... This is my very first gaming PC! I traded it for some work, and I slowly added most new parts until I had something of my very own! I use this PC for gaming, and my game choices are Call Of Duty, Halo, Phasmophobia, Battlefield, and more!
    $1,231.33
    Austin H
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    The Very First The Very First

    Built this PC 100% with parts purchased from my local Columbus Microcenter as a first step towards gearing up for my... Built this PC 100% with parts purchased from my local Columbus Microcenter as a first step towards gearing up for my prospective marketing career. First personal investment towards content creation and not being totally choked by my ancient laptop.
    $1,217.87
    omar k
  • Hellcat #Bitwit thumbnail

    Hellcat #Bitwit Hellcat #Bitwit

    I built this PC because I found case at Micro Center that caught my attention, the Maingear Vybe mid tower case that is in... I built this PC because I found case at Micro Center that caught my attention, the Maingear Vybe mid tower case that is in red. The purpose of this rig is basically for general computing, desktop computing, gaming. The games I play are usually FPS games from Roblox. I do plan on getting other fps games and BeamNG Drive also. I also used this to upload my gameplay videos, (channel: ix.cryorig_games) I upgraded my stock cooler to a vetroo V5, and added 2 more sticks of crucial ballistix 16gb kit at 3200mhz. Also, this build of mine was inspired after the SRT Hellcat, so the red and black theme will be perfect. I also added in some sleeved extensions from inland, and it really matches my build. My case fans are Arctic bioniX and Arctic P12 PWM PST's. Bitwit's videos also inspired me to make a build this nice!
    $1,131.90
    Preston L
  • Purple of  it's Purple thumbnail

    Purple of it's Purple Purple of it's Purple

    The reason I built this is because I thought it was the moment to change my environment learning, during my last one year... The reason I built this is because I thought it was the moment to change my environment learning, during my last one year and a half I would never imagine myself having wifi as we couldn't really get it but throughout time we got to save up and bought my first laptop I was so happy as I did not have to go to the library to use their computers and come home late anymore and get my mom worry but I always told her that I had to do my homework in why I achieved my first ever unweighted 4.0 GPA . When I would come home I need a place to work where I needed to sit down and focus and I had to use a party table and then felt so embarrassing about I put a blanket over it, the photo I took was back in school time when I shared this to my new girlfriend of how I organize my room but now during this summer during the whole pandemic we got a lot of support and help from the government in where I got enough money to get a new computer , my first ever desk, first ever, keyboard, mice and microphone and more etc. I would of never imagine I would have these set up of my own . In the beginning I had to do research of what desktop I wanted and I wanted to play games on it also so I went for a gaming pc and my mom said alright then and then I never knew the whole pc commmunity was hugggee, I wanted a pre built because straight off the bat I just wanted it now cause we had the money but in youtube everyone does this custom build and comments telling everyone to build your own and so I went for it and went to Tustin Micro Center which was huge I never knew there was a store that big just for computer parts and everything almost like best buy. Those people were very helpful and looked all professional with their nice suits . Overall I am really grateful I always had everything I needed to be succesful towards my learning in school but this is something else more and something nice to have, I still believe I can succeed with just a chromebook or a $1200 custom build during this time as I am taking school online but if I were to upgrade I would upgrade my fans for fans that have rgb, not sure what else I need. . I also added a whiteboard above to set myself reminders.
    $1,123.94
    Me S
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    Kylo Wren Star Wars Build Kylo Wren Star Wars Build

    Built this Gaming PC for my daughter last Christmas. Being that she is a big Kylo Ren fan, I wanted to do something unique... Built this Gaming PC for my daughter last Christmas. Being that she is a big Kylo Ren fan, I wanted to do something unique for her in this build. With the help of one of your associates at the Westmont, IL store, I was able to do this on a relatively small budget.
    $1,121.91
    Kaelin71