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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
  • Shadow Box thumbnail

    Shadow Box Shadow Box

    Two PCs in one. Two PCs in one.
    $13,600.94
    scott b
  • Project One thumbnail

    Project One Project One

    Workstation and gaming rig Workstation and gaming rig
    $11,852.94
    nycgtr
  • I9 Ultimate thumbnail

    I9 Ultimate I9 Ultimate

    This has been a dream of mine since 2001 when I first took my Core 2 Duo from Dell to get fixed at Microcenter.... How much... This has been a dream of mine since 2001 when I first took my Core 2 Duo from Dell to get fixed at Microcenter.... How much I've learned since!
    $7,960.63
    Edgar_Rosales
  • Glass House thumbnail

    Glass House Glass House

    Just my daily driver. Working on some ideas to beef it up for the future. Just my daily driver. Working on some ideas to beef it up for the future.
    $6,750.50
    Cole Daniels
  • DarkSide thumbnail

    DarkSide DarkSide

    Gaming Rig to play games such as AAPG | CoD | BFV | GTAV | Resident Evil | Control | New World to just name a few. Gaming Rig to play games such as AAPG | CoD | BFV | GTAV | Resident Evil | Control | New World to just name a few.
    $6,324.96
    Shawn L
  • Phil's Main PC thumbnail

    Phil's Main PC Phil's Main PC

    To stream and game. Just love all the Corsair RGB Ecosystem and the current audio setup. Mainly stream Phone Games but I... To stream and game. Just love all the Corsair RGB Ecosystem and the current audio setup. Mainly stream Phone Games but I am streaming other games as well. Play a lot of League of Legends with friends and any other random games. No real changes I would make, just a lot of cables to manage but I love this build a lot. Will update once I get everything rearranged and moved.
    $5,922.74
    Phil T
  • Upendo - 15 years in the making (Upendo = Love in Swahili) thumbnail

    Upendo - 15 years in the making (Upendo... Upendo - 15 years in the making (Upendo = Love in Swahili)

    This gaming rig has been one of those projects that's been in the making for a lifetime. I've always wanted a gaming rig... This gaming rig has been one of those projects that's been in the making for a lifetime. I've always wanted a gaming rig that matched what I've always seen from "art" looking builds. Big glass panels, fans all over the place, water cooling, and just overkilled for the sake of overkill. Over the last few years I had experimented with water cooling with custom loops, AIO's and all other configurations to get to this point. Honestly this build only happened because the 011 XL came out. At that point I had majority of my parts but in a Define R7. Swapping out and putting into a new home was priority number 1 for me. Moving everything out, and planning the loop the way I wanted with the blocks I wanted was a months long project at the beginning of the year. What sucked was going through multiple iterations of this build, as there was always something else i wanted to add or change. Over the course of this year, I got COVID just as I was starting to perform the build. It sucked because as I finished the first round of the build, I ended up in the hospital. Upon my recovery, it right there waiting for me, but I still wasn't satisfied. Found new mobo, swapped that out, went with monoblock, decided on clear tubing, and decided to veritcally mount the GPU. This PC has gone through multiple iterations, but I think where it's at now, is probably peak of what I'll reach with the current hardware I have. I would love to get my hands on a 3080 founders and a new EK waterblock for those founders, but I will need to be a patient bee for that one for now lol. As of now though, this gaming machine was a lifelong project turned reality all thanks to a new case that met all of my needs. Add that the time it took to gather the hardware, and BAM. We have what we have here. I am adding pictures of the buildout process as well as where it was, and where it's now.
    $5,758.95
    flamechucks76
  • The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower! thumbnail

    The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower! The Tsum Tsum dual-boot tower!

    Here is my dual-boot Hackintosh/Windows 10 build! As a graphic designer with a dying MacBook pro, I desperately needed a... Here is my dual-boot Hackintosh/Windows 10 build! As a graphic designer with a dying MacBook pro, I desperately needed a replacement for work that could render without lagging and hours of waiting. After a while, I also decided that I wanted to game on that computer, what's the point of having two graphic cards if you won't play a couple of games. Plus, everything looks so impressive on a 5k screen, so crisp! I needed specifics parts that were compatible with Hackintosh; it was a lot of research but fun! This was my first build with a glass panel, and I felt it looked a little sad and empty. Since I also needed a place to store all my little Disney creatures, they all ended up inside it (temperatures are still surprisedly low)!
    $5,590.61
    Marie-Michele G
  • Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes extremes. thumbnail

    Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes... Red Storm – I like red. It symbolizes extremes.

    Red Storm is built on a Gigabyte Z390 Xtreme board with an Intel i9-9900K CPU, 32gig of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM... Red Storm is built on a Gigabyte Z390 Xtreme board with an Intel i9-9900K CPU, 32gig of Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB RAM (3600MHz); 5 Samsung SSD's (2 NVMe, 3 SATA), an AMD Radeon VII GPU. For the OS, I’m running the latest 64-bit version of Windows 10 Pro, ver. 2004, build 19041.388. My Monitor is a 24-inch NEC wide gamut monitor @ 1920 x 1200. I tend to organize my files/media by drives so I use a 512gig NVME 970 Pro for my OS drive, a 1TB 970 Pro NVME for my finalized photos/work images. A 2TB 960 EVO for games, 1TB 860 EVO for music files, and 2 TB 860 EVO for on-site minor backups. This is a multimedia build used for photo editing via Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, gaming (Division 2, Metro Exodus, Skyrim), audio rips (dBpoweramp), music streaming (Plex, JRiver Media Center), and school/work (Office 365). While the system is capable of overclocks of 5.1gig, I keep it at base settings (XMP enabled) to not only insure stability, but quietness. It’s is housed in a Cooler Master H500M (mesh front) case, which has 3 case fans – a real Corsair 140mm ML (Magnetic Levitation) RGB fan, two front stock Cooler Master 200mm LED fans. The CPU cooler is a Corsair H115i Pro RGB platinum AIO with two stock 140mm ML RGB fans. The 1000-watt EVGA power supply has an Eco mode that prevents the fan from running unless the power supply is pushed. And the AMD Radeon VII (16gig of HBM VRAM) has 3 stock 75mm fans that constantly run but are silent unless pushed as in gaming (Example Division 2). The end result is an incredibly quiet build that keeps temps at bay (idle 30, loads 78ish while gaming). My room ambient temps average 76F/25C (78 summer, 74ish winter) Also connected to the PC is a Teac UD-503 USB DAC which has inputs for USB, Analogue, and Digital. I USB for clean musical sounds, and the motherboard’s built in ESS Sabre HiFi DAC (using Realtek drivers) for gaming or YouTube. I'm really happy with this build :)
    $5,230.15
    sygnus21
  • Katsumoto thumbnail

    Katsumoto Katsumoto

    started as a basic build, and then just kept going and I think it is pretty decent. I am currently in a course of study... started as a basic build, and then just kept going and I think it is pretty decent. I am currently in a course of study program to obtain my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Hardware engineering and I am just fascinated with all components.
    $5,001.72
    Johnathan B
  • The Green Machine - Tier 5 Custom Water Cooled Gaming Rig thumbnail

    The Green Machine - Tier 5 Custom Water... The Green Machine - Tier 5 Custom Water Cooled Gaming Rig

    The build was initially completed a year ago. This is a top of the line Intel based gaming behemoth. All of the components... The build was initially completed a year ago. This is a top of the line Intel based gaming behemoth. All of the components were chosen because they were, and still are, top of the line for a gaming rig. The customer brought the machine in this year for a water cooling upgrade. Planning for the custom loop was rather difficult, as the open air design of the case does not leave very many mounting options. The final result was well worth the effort. The case used for this build is the InWin D-Frame 2.0, which comes equipped with a built in 1065w power supply.
    $4,940.51
    MC-Columbus
  • My Gaming Station thumbnail

    My Gaming Station My Gaming Station

    Built for gaming. Haven't had a capable gaming pc in over 10 years and haven't actually built systems in over 20 years (my... Built for gaming. Haven't had a capable gaming pc in over 10 years and haven't actually built systems in over 20 years (my bro and I used to as teenagers). When my wife gave birth to our second son and we got a nice tax refund, my wife gave me the all-clear to get myself a new system. Bought a prebuilt at first but due to problems with the system and poor customer service, I returned it and got to researching my own build. The system started off on a Gigabyte board and NZXT case, but after more problems with certain parts, I ended up with an almost completely Corsair build. Out of all of the customer service issues I had to deal with, they are simply the best: no hassle, no run around, just fast RMA. As for the system, I use it to play mostly single player RPGs or FPS games. I love the Metro series, Divinity games, The Witcher games, Resident Evil, BattleTech and MechWarrior, Tomb Raider, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Deus Ex, and so many others. Recently I played most of the latest games with real time ray traced effects and I'm eagerly anticipating where the technology is heading. Really looking forward to a couple of other games that will feature the technology in Cyberpunk 2077 and Vampire Bloodlines 2. Also really looking forward to Baldur's Gate 3. Currently enjoying Season 2 of The Division 2 with my brother, and really hoping that the next Control DLC will feature Alan Wake as many expect it to be! In the future, I hope to install a hard line custom loop, likely in the Hydro X series since I already have a Commander Pro and have already installed a soft tube Hydro X loop for a friend. Sadly, I can't find a water block for my card (they appear to be EOL both at EVGA and EKWB - Corsair doesn't make one for my model), so if I want to go custom loop, I'll probably have to get a new card. Otherwise, I don't really plan any other upgrades until I replace the system maybe in five years, especially since Z390 is also the end for upgrades.
    $4,927.85
    Albert C
  • My Dream Build thumbnail

    My Dream Build My Dream Build

    This build was the culmination of my PC building over the years. I Originally had the build in the another case with a few... This build was the culmination of my PC building over the years. I Originally had the build in the another case with a few different parts, but I really wanted to make a good looking custom loop computer. The parts were pieced together over time, building it up each time I upgraded and finally getting it to where it is now. I love this build, not only is it a beautiful machine to look at, its a beast in the gaming realm. I wanted a build that I would love to look at, and one that I never had to worry about "Could it run this game?" And this build has exceeded both expectations!
    $4,672.72
    Derek A
  • Alien Conqueror Build thumbnail

    Alien Conqueror Build Alien Conqueror Build

    This is not this customer’s first experience with Micro Center - he has come to us several times with this case before and... This is not this customer’s first experience with Micro Center - he has come to us several times with this case before and knew our abilities. He decided that his original build in this Cougar Conqueror Case was outdated, so he did some research and decided on what he wanted including what components of the original build could be used. This is no ordinary computer, with its open air case with all see through panels the cable management was a feat on its own, the customer made it very clear that this build would be a thing of pride something to show off to all of his fans. It included FOUR RGB Trident RAM sticks - the ones that look like diamonds! Amazing graphics were not enough, he needed out of this world real life graphics, so he chose TWO Gigabyte RTX 2080ti graphics cards that he could run in SLI mode. A silent all in one liquid cooler from Corsair fitted with RGB fans and TWO SSD's - one from the original build plus one brand new!
    $4,612.88
    MC-Westbury
  • Mid Life Crysis thumbnail

    Mid Life Crysis Mid Life Crysis

    This build has kinda taken on a life of its own and I am nowhere near done with it. At first I was going to get an AIO and... This build has kinda taken on a life of its own and I am nowhere near done with it. At first I was going to get an AIO and then decided to go the custom loop route, I will be adding another radiator and liquid cooled GPU when the new Nvidia cards launch. I will also be working on some mods for the case as well for the first time, cutting a acrylic panel and using it for pass through fittings to run water lines behind the case and for a cleaner look as well.
    $4,605.44
    Jake82
  • Nebula thumbnail

    Nebula Nebula

    Pretty much made for gaming as its sole purpose. I have a wide range of games I play, some as simple as Garry's Mod all the... Pretty much made for gaming as its sole purpose. I have a wide range of games I play, some as simple as Garry's Mod all the way to something unplayable without a ridiculous PC like Star Citizen. Only thing I'd change is the case, no room for a large modular PSU and the drive tray at the same time so for the time being I've ditched the HDD's and am running on only the two M.2 SSD's. I'm planning out another build for a buddy of mine which will essentially be a more polished version of my original with the changes I would've made, going with a Fractal Design Meshify S2 for that one.
    $4,574.84
    Tyler D
  • Turing Machine Refresh thumbnail

    Turing Machine Refresh Turing Machine Refresh

    Updated the Z390 build. Went with PCMR theme. First custom loop. Working on hard tubing, adding another radiator and GPU... Updated the Z390 build. Went with PCMR theme. First custom loop. Working on hard tubing, adding another radiator and GPU waterblock for future projects. Video editing and gaming machine.
    $4,558.34
    BJay2K
  • Big Ferocious PC (BFPC) thumbnail

    Big Ferocious PC (BFPC) Big Ferocious PC (BFPC)

    I started building this machine 2 years ago, and have upgrading part by part until I got to where I am now. I built this... I started building this machine 2 years ago, and have upgrading part by part until I got to where I am now. I built this monster PC mainly for gaming, with the SUPER light YouTube production on the side. I play anything from Forza Horizon 4, to Fortnite, to Immortals: Fenyx Rising. I also take the road down nostalgia lane and play some Bloons TD6. Although gaming is its main purpose, I'm doing online school on it too, as I do not own a laptop. As for future upgrades, I'm looking into waiting until DDR5 becomes mainstream, as both my motherboard and CPU are perfectly fine right now. I could go with an i9 10900K or a R7 5800X, but that's just not worth my money for the maybe 10-15% performance uplift. If anyone is wondering how the GPU hybrid kit does, I have never seen the GPU core above 50-55 degrees C when playing games (keep in mind, the fans are only running at about 40-50%, so its nice and quiet too). As for the Galahad AIO I have in here, it cools my 5GHz 9700k very well, have never seen it above 70 degrees C. Don't mind my crummy cable management, this case is good, but not stellar for cable management. But then again, I do have extension cables so 100% of the regular PSU cables in the back of the case.
    $4,542.91
    Josh024
  • Magma thumbnail

    Magma Magma

    Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same... Mainly for playing games with stories. A little bit of competitive (not good at it at all) when my friends plays the same game.
    $4,528.77
    rapz
  • Blue Ice thumbnail

    Blue Ice Blue Ice

    I built this gaming rig because I like to play games without any restrictions. My Xbox and PS4 are paper weights now. With... I built this gaming rig because I like to play games without any restrictions. My Xbox and PS4 are paper weights now. With the release of GeForce RTX 3090, I'm already looking forward to my next build. Currently playing Destiny 2, The Division 2, Borderlands 3, Madden and some World of Warcraft.
    $4,327.73
    displaynazz
  • Evolv MATX thumbnail

    Evolv MATX Evolv MATX

    This is a computer that I took a lot of time to decide on the parts that went into it. I originally wanted to go with a... This is a computer that I took a lot of time to decide on the parts that went into it. I originally wanted to go with a white themed build but decided on a stealthy black and silver colorway. I think it turned out fantastic and it does what it is supposed to do. I have had some of the items in my setup for years like the mic and the ASUS monitor but the desk, LG monitor, tower, mouse, and desk mat are all fairly new.
    $4,150.87
    Benjamin Y
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    Magnum Opus Magnum Opus

    This is my greatest build so far, all from parts at Micro Center This is my greatest build so far, all from parts at Micro Center
    $4,059.96
    Daleshire
  • Darth Knight thumbnail

    Darth Knight Darth Knight

    I love gaming, especially on my PC. I've been a PC gamer since Highschool, but never had that "prime gaming build". So I... I love gaming, especially on my PC. I've been a PC gamer since Highschool, but never had that "prime gaming build". So I took it upon myself to learn, read, and watch videos non-stop on how to build a PC, what the compenents do, why choosing certain parts over another matter, etc. This was my very own PC I solo built, and honestly I was expecting so many problems at the boot-up. It booted immediately, my girlfriend and I were shocked to say the least lol. I'm more confident in my building potential, but I'm probably going to build off of this one for a loooong time. Looking forward to that GeForce RTX 3090! I'm always about futureproofing, especially with how fast the gaming industry changings and adds even more stunning visuals. I also wanted a seamless, single, streaming PC. I just need to work on scheduling better, but this streams with almost no issues what so ever.
    $4,054.83
    sc0ttydont