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  • Rainbow 🌈  Cityyyy thumbnail

    Rainbow 🌈 Cityyyy Rainbow 🌈 Cityyyy

    This is actually my first build I've ever done. I am currently 2 months in and love it, I bought it for gaming and streaming... This is actually my first build I've ever done. I am currently 2 months in and love it, I bought it for gaming and streaming . I stream on twitch and Facebook. I love to play competitive gaming such as call of duty,fortnite and pubg. My PC SCREAMS rgb. From mobo to ram to fans to case it has it all. If your looking for characteristics and flows if endless color and a computer tbats future proof look no further and vote for me.
    $10,695.38
    Aaron E
  • The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness The Chimera #MicroCenterMadness

    The Chimera is a powerhouse machine designed to be both an aesthetic statement as well as fully functional for streaming... The Chimera is a powerhouse machine designed to be both an aesthetic statement as well as fully functional for streaming whatever games I want to stream. It was given the name Chimera as a suggestion from a viewer that was watching me upgrade the cooling loop on Twitch. The original name of this system was the Kraken. For me monsters and demons are part of my theme thus every one of my personal builds will be named after some sort of "dark" creature. This is currently version 2.0 of this build as I have learned and tried new things. I started out with a kit that I got from Alphacool with a Laing DDC pump and single 360x30mm radiator that I had expanded to two of as well as the Helix reservoir and the V2 DPP 755. Version 1.5 as described is what I had been running for my cooling for the last year. I decided that since I had to take everything apart for the one year cleaning event that I might as well take the opportunity to go ahead and upgrade the loop as a whole. There was a leak that occurred during my first build iteration that caused the RGB lighting in the GPU block to short out, which is something that is getting fixed at the beginning of April. I'm also taking that opportunity to drain the loop and make the loop order a little more efficient. This has been my first liquid cooling loop, and I chose this particular case to build into because of the unboxing video JayzTwoCents did on it. One of the biggest issues I had when it came to the upgrades I've done on the loop thus far was the pressure of the loop itself. In one iteration I considered I was going to have an Eisball pump/res combo but that ended up getting scratched. While I love everything about this build once I got everything working and without any leaking I realized a few things I could have, and will be doing differently as I already have the parts needed on order. First some extra 90º fittings, one of which will be getting placed on the bottom of the reservoir with a 10mm extension. From there I'm going to take the quick disconnect from the bottom radiator and move it to the pump with the black top's out port with a 90º fitting while taking another 90º fitting and putting it on the acrylic top pump with a direct downflow into the bottom radiator. I realized this should have been done solely for the purpose of being able to remove the bottom and front rads with the pumps and reservoir still attached without having to drain either one after taking a good long hard look at the loop order. Along with replacing the RGB strip in my GPU block I will be replacing the stock Red Devil backplate with one made by Alphacool and adding a 45º fitting on the end of the port that it fills the top radiator thru allowing a shorter run there as well. I'm switching the in/out ports on the back radiator and rerouting the connection between the two radiators to go around the quick disconnect on the reservoir while also adding a final quick disconnect to the front radiator allowing both radiators to be removed without having to drain the loop, if need be. The backplate replacement is only to help clean things up in the look. Other little additions are the 90º 24-pin ATX and two 8-pin 180º PCI-E power adapters and the LinkUp PCI-E Gen 4 riser cable. The first few photos are the original layout I attempted a year ago with the kit I bought from Alphacool, followed by the final layout once I got the Helix res and D5 pump. The third photo is of an iteration I had considered using the Alphacool Eisball pump/res combo that ended up not working out. All of the rest of the photos are of the build as it currently sits in my office.
    $4,554.92
    Ambrosias
  • Natural White thumbnail

    Natural White Natural White

    Main purpose was for gaming and drone photo and video rendering Main purpose was for gaming and drone photo and video rendering
    $3,752.79
    Fickert
  • Lian LI Dynamic XL RGB thumbnail

    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
  • Tranquility thumbnail

    Tranquility Tranquility

    Open Air, Closed Loop Open Air, Closed Loop
    $3,269.80
    GeoffM
  • NZXT case build 1 and 2 thumbnail

    NZXT case build 1 and 2 NZXT case build 1 and 2

    PC 1 I mainly use general purpose and playing pc games.PC 2 I made for my spouse to work on and also play pc games with... PC 1 I mainly use general purpose and playing pc games. PC 2 I made for my spouse to work on and also play pc games with me. Most of the games I play are found on Steam, Blizzard, Epic Games, LoL, Valorant, etc. I'm a OIF/OEF Vet myself, my teenage kids wanted to get into PC gaming (they're "upgrading" from consoles/Fortnite) and I come from an automotive repair background so putting together a PC is trivial in comparison to an engine or fine tuning suspension for an auto cross track. Anywho, future upgrades to include the new 6800 XT or some 3080's were available but I'll deal with having 5700 XT's for now as a place holder. Almost returned both these NZXT cases (still within 30day window) and buy 2 new Lian Li O11 Dynamic Mini cases + 12*LL120 case fans but too lazy to take apart both PC components JUST to have the NEW case.
    $3,267.86
    Phong V
  • The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️ thumbnail

    The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️ The OnlineCarShow Special 😂🤷‍♂️

    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
  • WorkstationX thumbnail

    WorkstationX WorkstationX

    I've build this for a “every day every type of task” purpose. It should be good at doing all kinds of work without being... I've build this for a “every day every type of task” purpose. It should be good at doing all kinds of work without being too specific in a job. Tasks that will handle the most are graphical applications, coding, VM, 3D modeling and very little rendering (4 to 5 applications open and working together all the time is a must). I also use all the major OS’s and it needs to be versatily in that front. Currently not playing games but could always do in the future. ———— Applications that I use on a daily basis are: - Video editing (DaVinci, HitFilm) - Affinity (Photo, Designer) - Nuke/Fusion/Natron (motion graphics, compositing and VFX ) - Substance Allegorithmic softwares (3D materials) - Occasionally 3D modeling. - Occasionally software development with virtual machines for code testing on multiple platforms. ———— - Video editing wise I am able to handle 1080p like nothing. Currently don't need to do 4k videos (I might in the future) but I am pretty sure it should’t be a problem at all. When exporting things are a bit different and it depends on the timeline, how many layers, effects and so on. More cores would be better, but so far it has been a breeze. I was able to move from 5 layers at 720p to a 5 layer at 1080p and don’t even feel the weight. —— - Graphic design wise I have plenty of headroom for my current workflow. Layered based applications tend to prefer single core speed and the 10900k is spot on. Some project have couple of hunders of layers or are .exr 32 bit multi render passes and it doesn’t even blink. I am sure the GPU will bottleneck at some point but so far no problem. —— - 3D wise It would say its definitely not the best as the GPU is not quite there in terms of performance. It does not really suffer much in Real Time Rendering applications but on some heavy GPU compute tasks it just takes quite a bit and can be easly outperfomed by the CPU. NVIDIA cards would have an upper hand in the majority of cases. Modeling on the other hand, since is mostly done in the viewport without shading, because is handled mostly by the CPU, no problem there. —— In retrospec things I would have done differently/better are: - Check the measurements! (Case - GPU length) and (CPU cooler - Motherboard) are probably the more important. They made me change things a couple of times and lost days. - 64 RAM is a bit much. I am constantly around 15/20GB mark and I thought the more the better but so far I haven’t come even close to the 32GB. I would have probably waited a bit more before buying another stick and use that money for other components. The day that you reach 32GB constantly and its slowing down your work, then go for it. - Graphics card: I would have preferred a NVIDIA card for drivers compatibility. - 970 Evo Pro/Plus m.2 ssd's are insanely fast, so much so that I think that going 1k W/R below what I have right now (3k W/R) would not make much difference but it would save you some money for other stuff. —— Upgrade for the future - Finish the fan setup. - Waiting for the next gen graphics cards. Hoping for RDNA 2 to ramp up the competition and have more support integration. - Having an extra ssd for archive is never a bad choice. - Motherboard has only 1 usb 3 gen.1, but case has 2 so might need a PCIE usb header. - Also motherboard has 2 usb 2 and would like to expand that.
    $2,887.74
    Virgil S
  • Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC thumbnail

    Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC Liquid Cooled ITX Gaming PC

    I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed!This was my first mini-ITX build and also the... I had been using a MSI gaming laptop for 6 years but now things have changed! This was my first mini-ITX build and also the first time using rigid tubing! It was an exciting build to explore liquid cooling and create a system for 1440p gaming. Runs many games really smooth on 1440p. such as World of Tanks, Destiny 2, GTA 5, World of Warcraft, Overwatch, COD Warzone, and... I'll need more storage space for more games. For future upgrades, I would like to add two 1TB SATA SSDS and if necessary another 1TB NVMe Drive. I like playing all types of games and look forward to having a large library of games to choose from instead of uninstalling and reinstalling all the time. Doing the PETG tube bends in the H210i was a challenge but it was so satisfying to utilize most of the space in a small case. I'm thinking of adding one of the dyes that came with the Liquid Devil when I drain the distilled water to install Noctuas in the front of the case; currently using Cougar 120mms. CPU and GPU temps at idle are 40-45C, as ambient is above 32C since I built this PC. At loads, temps range from 55 to 65C depending on the game. Undervolted the 5700XT and not OC'ing the 3700x. Little worried about the CPU temps being higher than the GPU at idle but I will continue to monitor it.
    $2,884.76
    Manuel L
  • Lundizign Workstation thumbnail

    Lundizign Workstation Lundizign Workstation

    WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation WorkHorse For Visual Content Creation
    $2,814.87
    Lamar H
  • A computer still has no name thumbnail

    A computer still has no name A computer still has no name

    I changed out the cooling on the GPU to water and added a water res in a new case and changed the water loop all kinds of... I changed out the cooling on the GPU to water and added a water res in a new case and changed the water loop all kinds of ways. This should be the last time i upgrade for another 4 years, because its getting a little expensive to be doing this
    $2,655.95
    rasmukri
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    Iceburg Iceburg

    I built Iceburg to be an all-rounded pc, but for the most part I just play games. I've been hooked on WoW, AC Odyssey, and... I built Iceburg to be an all-rounded pc, but for the most part I just play games. I've been hooked on WoW, AC Odyssey, and Horizon: Zero Dawn for the top three. It started out with an AMD 2600x paired with a ROG Strix RX 480. I didn't cable manage that well back then thinking I would upgrade it as I got the money. The AIO cooler I found wasn't sold here in the states from what I've seen and actually found it on the UK's Amazon. I have no idea how I got on there but I did. Turns out I was able to upgrade not too long later. I took the CPU to a 3800x and the GPU to a Red Devil 5700 XT. Added some fans to fill out the case last month and its never looked better. Temps are low 40's across the system and even under a two day run of Aida64, the CPU temps never got above 70 C°. I'm also running the 3800x at 4.4GHz all core 1.37 vcore. I plan on upgrading the motherboard to a Gigabyte X570 Aorus Xtreme in the near future. Thats only because my mom is still using a 6 year old AIO HP. I'm building one for her to give at Christmas. She loves the lights in my system so I am going to transfer over this Asus motherboard and the old tried and true 2600x. The wraith prizim that came with the 3800x is going to her for the looks. The Xtreme will also let me utilize the PCIe gen 4 for my 5700 XT and fill out the case a bit better. Way later down the road I plan on putting in 3 radiators and a distroplate to do a custom loop. I did have to dremel out the GPU support bracket where it contacts the fan shroud because the middle fan would catch on the slider no matter how I angled it.
    $2,453.40
    Matthew C
  • FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD STUFF thumbnail

    FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD... FIRST TIME BUILDING LOOKS LIKE ALL GOOD STUFF

    Tomorrows Build with a few minor tweaks? Tomorrows Build with a few minor tweaks?
    $2,413.86
    Joe N
  • Panther thumbnail

    Panther Panther

    Audio & video Editing Audio & video Editing
    $2,407.89
    tonben14420
  • Fern Hollow build one thumbnail

    Fern Hollow build one Fern Hollow build one

    This was a easy and very fast build, turned out nice and quiet This was a easy and very fast build, turned out nice and quiet
    $2,394.91
    Thomas S
  • Father/Daughter Build 1 thumbnail

    Father/Daughter Build 1 Father/Daughter Build 1

    Needed a new rig to play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. My daughter wants to learn to become a pilot. Needed a new rig to play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. My daughter wants to learn to become a pilot.
    $2,236.88
    Logan G
  • Tuf Guy thumbnail

    Tuf Guy Tuf Guy

    I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating... I built this rig because I fell in love with the process of building and wanted to further my knowledge and...operating power. Also, I currently am a full time streamer on twitch and wanted to be able to stream on 60 fps output, while also playing on high quality settings. Come stop by! twitch.tv/itzbaldie
    $2,161.86
    jesse n
  • Cubism thumbnail

    Cubism Cubism

    My last computer was getting a little long in the tooth and, since we can't travel anywhere, our vacation plans were put on... My last computer was getting a little long in the tooth and, since we can't travel anywhere, our vacation plans were put on hold. Most of that money went into savings, but SOME of it I earmarked to upgrade from an fx-6300 and gtx 1060 to what you see before you. I am notoriously difficult to shop for and I thought a few PC parts would be a great gift idea for my significant other. While not much of a surprise, the parts were exactly what I wanted. While I am still fine tuning the fans and noise levels, this machine satisfies all my needs. So far, I've been using it to play Control (because hey, new rig, new game) and Need for Speed: Most Wanted. It hasn't made me any better at gaming, but I'm having fun and I'd say that's what it's all about at the end of the day. Had I had it to do over again, I might have held out a little longer for the newer graphics cards, but just like anywhere else, better tech is ALWAYS just around the corner.
    $2,141.88
    Steven19122
  • DAREDEVIL thumbnail

    DAREDEVIL DAREDEVIL

    This RED themed PC is used for GAMING. Mostly PUBG , Overwatch , Ready Or Not, GR:Breakpoint. It was Built with... This RED themed PC is used for GAMING. Mostly PUBG , Overwatch , Ready Or Not, GR:Breakpoint. It was Built with mobility/flexibility/power in mind. It's small enough to take to LAN Parties or a friends house. Running this thing is my 5700XT. The reason I opted to go with this vs an nvidia card is I wanted to truly stick to the RED theme. Aside from that my LG Panel is Freesync and I didn't want to run into compatibility issues using Gsync over Freesync. On this MINI-ITX Board is 3TB of total SSD Storage 1TB nvme and a 2TB SSD. I still have one extra nvme slot on the back of the motherboard should I want to add another nvme drive. @ 3440x1440p it runs butter smooth for almost all games. The screen is wide enough for me too that I can downscale to 1080p in windowed mode and run xsplit on other side for streams @thedarkdade
    $2,136.43
    Paul S
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    HTPC Revival HTPC Revival

    Time to update my HTPC from the FX platform to a Ryzen build, with a new case and everything ... the previous HTPC was 10... Time to update my HTPC from the FX platform to a Ryzen build, with a new case and everything ... the previous HTPC was 10 years old and had been upgraded and rebuilt several times ... glass panels have been mirrored using window tint film purchased online. Top panel will be modified to remove the vent slots and replace with white wire fan grills and thin edge moulding.
    $2,098.86
    m1k3g3tz
  • Terror Storm #MicroCenterMadness thumbnail

    Terror Storm #MicroCenterMadness Terror Storm #MicroCenterMadness

    Build the pc recently after my old rig died and I've upgrade to what is my baby today. My rigs plays games from 1080p,... Build the pc recently after my old rig died and I've upgrade to what is my baby today. My rigs plays games from 1080p, 1440ps and even 4k on certain games. Games I play are Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal, Witcher 3, etc. You name it, it can play it This is my personal gaming rig and I'm a computer technician who enjoy building pc for family, friends, clients or anyone who want either a gaming, workshop or personal rig. My cpu, gpu, ssd and rams are from micro center -- new out the box. Most my parts and hdds were bought from Amazon on sales. Dont be afraid to buy from Amazon, some to most of their parts are good and great alternatives from big name brands products ( corsair, evga, coolermaster, etc....)
    $2,075.90
    christo25
  • Big Red thumbnail

    Big Red Big Red

    Playing shooter games like Valorant and Fortnite it's important to have high frames. This build does just that! Averaging... Playing shooter games like Valorant and Fortnite it's important to have high frames. This build does just that! Averaging around 100 FPS in Fortnite using a 2140X1440 display monitor. Future upgrades would be the unannounced AMD zen 3 CPU coming out in November.
    $2,064.94
    ashm90
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    First PC Build First PC Build

    I wanted to build a PC for a long time and finally had the money and time to do so. I wanted it to be colorful and open to... I wanted to build a PC for a long time and finally had the money and time to do so. I wanted it to be colorful and open to show off the good stuff inside. My plan for this PC is gaming, video editing, and general use. I don't have any plans for upgrades as of right now.
    $2,032.36
    Erica U
  • My Daily Driver/Project PC thumbnail

    My Daily Driver/Project PC My Daily Driver/Project PC

    First build was back in 2014ish? Had an AMD A10 7700K Black Edition with Asrock fatal1ty fm2a88x+ killer board, 8GB Crucial... First build was back in 2014ish? Had an AMD A10 7700K Black Edition with Asrock fatal1ty fm2a88x+ killer board, 8GB Crucial Ballistix RAM 1600Mhz, MSI R9 270 Twin Frozr 2GB, 128GB Samsung 840 PRO SSD and 1TB WDBlue HDD, EVGA 500W 80 Plus PSU, in a Corsair Carbide Spec01 lol. This is my complete overhaul (2.5 years-ish old now. Newest part is GPU, originally had an Asus RX580 4GB) Built this purposely for casual gaming at 1440p high/ultra, photo editing and minor video work.. Running 2 monitors ACER Nitro VG271U and MSi Optix MAG24C.. (Yeah cringey cause not matching monitors lol) Peripherals are Glorious Model D, Glorious TKL Keyboard with lubed and filmed Gateron Yellow switches, Glorious Extended mouse pad. For Audio I'm currently running FiiO E10K USB DAC/AMP to a Philips Fidelio X2HR open back headphones. Speakers are Logitech z623 system. Mic is a Fifine T669 with boom arm and shock mount. Aiming to upgrade to AIO cooling since I have the space.. Feel free to roast or suggest anything lol
    $1,992.79
    John N