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  • 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
  • Grad school build thumbnail

    Grad school build Grad school build

    For grad school & serious gaming For grad school & serious gaming
    $7,297.83
    Nicholas B
  • Big Green Machine thumbnail

    Big Green Machine Big Green Machine

    Plex Media Server and trans coder. Plex Media Server and trans coder.
    $6,213.81
    knut0429
  • The Multi-Core thumbnail

    The Multi-Core The Multi-Core

    I mainly built this PC for use in 2D, 3D, Video & Photo Editing & some gaming. I mainly built this PC for use in 2D, 3D, Video & Photo Editing & some gaming.
    $5,394.88
    Narags
  • The Lamp thumbnail

    The Lamp The Lamp

    As streamer with a new new studio I wanted to be able to have a kickin' rig for guests to use that was also visible as part... As streamer with a new new studio I wanted to be able to have a kickin' rig for guests to use that was also visible as part of my set. Enter: The Lamp; cosmetics were my focus with an eye for the practical.The idea was that this system would also be a slot-in replacement for my main rig should it ever give me trouble. All I'd have to do is throw in a higher tier Ryzen CPU, like a 3950x and my streaming game and content game would be back where it needs to be! Forgot to add the Strimer RGB cable extensions to the list but they are AMAZING and really tie the whole thing together! A MUST for anyone who likes pretty things and they are incredibly high quality to boot!
    $4,449.79
    Erik H
  • Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get it?)! #BitWit thumbnail

    Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get... Heisenberg, because it's all White (Get it?)! #BitWit

    I use this machine to relax after work, I am a chemical engineer working in aerospace research and it gets very stressful to... I use this machine to relax after work, I am a chemical engineer working in aerospace research and it gets very stressful to say the least! I tried making it as high end as possible: Intel i9 11900K Z590 Vision D RTX 3070 FE (3090 Vision coming in a week!) SN850 1Tb 2 Intel 760p 1Tb Corsair QL Fans Corsair RMX850 Corsair 680X Case Corsair H150i, should've done a H115i to top mount though! I stream on twitch.tv/Ozone510, always on with friends just roasting each other while playing VALORANT or spooky games! I helped each and everyone of my friends build their computers and I scored them each a 3000 series GPU through a lot of hard work and luck, constantly checking all sites, all the time! It's possible everyone. I so far have helped 11 people this year score a GPU at MSRP, or as close as I can get to it! Good luck everyone and have fun!
    $3,939.93
    Omar D
  • White Widow thumbnail

    White Widow White Widow

    The main purpose for my rig is for gaming. I plan to stream soon when I'm ready. I made the rig to be able to run most games... The main purpose for my rig is for gaming. I plan to stream soon when I'm ready. I made the rig to be able to run most games on high to ultra settings with little to no problems. And so far it has stuck to that. It look me a while get it to where I wanted it. And I can't stop looking at it when I'm playing, lol. The monitor is a Acer Predator xb271hu
    $3,609.88
    Erik H
  • Everything ICUE thumbnail

    Everything ICUE Everything ICUE

    2020 was the right time to completely overhaul my Gaming Rig. As an RGB fan and a Corsair fanboy through and through I... 2020 was the right time to completely overhaul my Gaming Rig. As an RGB fan and a Corsair fanboy through and through I decided to go all in. As a Microcenter employee there was no better place to get everything I needed all at once than my own store in St.Davids PA. Every component I selected was carefully planed out with advice from our BYO staff to fit MY needs and desires , not theirs. It is very easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer number of options and frills or to even understand WHY one component would be a better fit over one that is seemingly the same. This is a 1440p focused gaming rig that can chew through any new AAA title with features maxed and mid range titles at excess of 120fps without breaking a sweat. Because Ryzen and RTX chips take advantage of thermal throttling to maintain consistent performance I decided on a fully Corsair Hydro X hard line liquid cooling loop. With this configuration my GPU idles at 27c and under a full load caps out at 42c and my CPU idles at around 38c and caps out at 68c under load. By maintaining temps below the thermal threshold while under load I can be comfortable knowing that I am getting every mhz of potential power I paid for. As a fan of corsair peripherals and their ICUE rgb system I chose a 680x case. Because corsair believes in broad compatibility every fan and cooling component has various options for placement. That is not to say if you are going Hydro X that you have to use a corsair case. Cases are like shoes, you like what you like. At the same time , dont start with the case unless you are doing a SFF build... Pick the parts you want and find a case you like that both accommodates the current build but provides you with enough flexibility to make future upgrades if need be. I also opted to place 2x 2tb Inland Premium NVME SSDs in RAID 0 , not for performance as the gains are negligible, but for the vanity reason of having a single 4tb drive to install everything to the same drive letter. This is one extravagance I strongly recommend against if you are unfamiliar with maintaining a raid as you may find yourself in a situation where you could loose everything and need to rebuild it. IF you do opt for a NVME RAID configuration , do so knowing that on X570 chipsets currently you must disconnect all SATA devices from the motherboard every time you update the BIOS or revert back to default BIOS settings for any reason or the machine will not post. Hard line liquid cooling can be daunting and can seriously damage components if any one component is not installed properly, but this build could just as easily been done with safer albeit less visually appealing soft tubes. The service departments in Microcenter stores will also work with you to design and assemble a custom cooling loops. It takes a lot of time and patience to make the proper bends to make a truly awe inspiring build and our people really know their stuff. As someone who has been liquid cooling computers since Koolance began making consumer products (20 years?) I was over confident and opted to do it myself. But again every tool and material I needed was available in store for my immediate satisfaction. You may however notice that despite my experience and even with careful and meticulous planning and measuring one of my bends ended up a little bit off. While I fully intend to replace the run, it doesn't look bad at all. The reason I did not replace it before filling is quite simple, these bends were a test run for my even more daunting next attempt... A no angled fitting glass tube run (start TBD). I also intend to swap the motherboard and pcie power cables with cablemods colored cloth braided extensions. COVID-19 has brought much of the world to a halt but Microcenter has been open through it all and we will continue to serve the country in making sure you can get all of the technology needed to keep working and be entertained in your own home. *some components are not availble via the part selector so i included current SKUs in the comments so that you may search microcenter.com . I also omitted peripherals but I utilize all corsair. K95 Platinum Keyboard - Dark Core SE mouse - Void Pro headphones - ST100 Headphone stand - MM800 RGB mouse pad (prefer RGB over the MM1000 Qi because i have a wireless charge on my desk anyway)
    $3,279.61
    Michael S
  • Corsair Crystal 680 Build thumbnail

    Corsair Crystal 680 Build Corsair Crystal 680 Build

    New gaming rig to upgrade from 11 year old 932 HAF. I've been waiting to build my PC for a while now. Researching the parts... New gaming rig to upgrade from 11 year old 932 HAF. I've been waiting to build my PC for a while now. Researching the parts was both fun and time consuming. Good thing micro center had everything I wanted except for the 3080. That will come in due time!
    $3,186.89
    Mike C
  • The Unicorn thumbnail

    The Unicorn The Unicorn

    This Rig is a beast! This computer laughs at every triple A game and completes most tasks with a breeze. Not only is this... This Rig is a beast! This computer laughs at every triple A game and completes most tasks with a breeze. Not only is this computer a powerhouse but it has the lights to match it. 5 full RGB fans, along with 4 RGB strips, a RGB CPU cooler and RGB ram, how much more can you ask for. Also don't forget the motherboard and GPU have customizable lighting as well. With software like Icue, you can change the lighting however you want. This rig with an i9-9900k and an ASUS ROG Strix 2080ti, this computer doesn't have many rivals. You could perform the most demanding tasks for days and the computer would never lose an inch of speed. This rig can do almost anything and allow a user to accomplish all his tasks with ease. This is a dream build for any one.
    $3,169.88
    MC-Westbury
  • The Kraken thumbnail

    The Kraken The Kraken

    An Enthusiast level, all-around, powerhouse of a computer. In this build the customer is re-using their graphics card, power... An Enthusiast level, all-around, powerhouse of a computer. In this build the customer is re-using their graphics card, power supply, hard drive, and SSD from recent or previous purchases while doing a major upgrade build to the rest of the components. CPU: 9900K, GPU: 2080 Super (repurposed from a previous build), RAM: 32GB 3200Mhz, and featuring Cooling: Hardline Custom Tubing with 1 x 360mm Radiator and 1 x 240mm Radiator.
    $3,043.69
    MC-Brentwood
  • AMD 5950X RTX 3080 thumbnail

    AMD 5950X RTX 3080 AMD 5950X RTX 3080

    Cube V21 Case - AMD 5950X 16C32T 64GB Steel RTX 3080 EVGA Fan Boy Cube V21 Case - AMD 5950X 16C32T 64GB Steel RTX 3080 EVGA Fan Boy
    $2,954.90
    trekwind
  • W33 Rig Ft Beerus Sama #Witbit thumbnail

    W33 Rig Ft Beerus Sama #Witbit W33 Rig Ft Beerus Sama #Witbit

    My Personal Gaming/Streaming/Mining Rig with Dual GPUs Setup for 1440p 144hz Gaming with a 1080p60 Stream in one box.(and of... My Personal Gaming/Streaming/Mining Rig with Dual GPUs Setup for 1440p 144hz Gaming with a 1080p60 Stream in one box.(and of course some mining on nicehash to get some of the cost of hardware back.
    $2,935.81
    Christopher Y
  • 12 Cores Web Browsing Overkill thumbnail

    12 Cores Web Browsing Overkill 12 Cores Web Browsing Overkill

    Been building PC since 5th Grade and it was on my bucket list to build an overkill system. I honestly use this to check... Been building PC since 5th Grade and it was on my bucket list to build an overkill system. I honestly use this to check email, do online banking, personal budgeting with excel and play a little bit of CS:GO on the side. I like to work my way around. The rig first used a $50 X370 board to run the 3900X, now it has been upgraded to a B550 board for future Zen3 upgrade potential. When i bought the parts for this rig, i was jumping around microcenter like a little kid. Little bit about myself. There was a time i built my rig with used parts from Ebay and i got them by saving up my lunch money. My first rig had an Intel PIII 667 with an Nvidia TNT2. Back when CS 1.6v was the hit along with BF2142, i spent about 6-7 hours a day gaming. Now that I am in my late 20 working full-time, i don't overclock or do speed run. I only spent bigger cash on what is needed. The motherboard just need to reliably running a 12 Cores. I dont need top of the line RAM for OC. But as you can see, i gave it a strong PSU and Cooler for reliability. The graphics card is more than enough for next couple of years. Until GTA 6 releases, i dont think i needed anything. Thanks for reading.
    $2,619.89
    Philip Y
  • TheCube Anti-Ampere thumbnail

    TheCube Anti-Ampere TheCube Anti-Ampere

    This is my first build. All my life I have suffered and compromised using low-end PCs for once I have money and built a... This is my first build. All my life I have suffered and compromised using low-end PCs for once I have money and built a no-compromise PC, been waiting since May for Nvidia to come out with a GPU and they have not made a single GPU. Will be going for the AMD one. When AMD says there will a card THERE WILL BE A CARD!
    $2,536.96
    Zahir k
  • Water Hashira (Demon Slayer) thumbnail

    Water Hashira (Demon Slayer) Water Hashira (Demon Slayer)

    Hello, this is the Water Hashira, chose his name due to this being my first ever attempt at water cooling and I'm a fan of... Hello, this is the Water Hashira, chose his name due to this being my first ever attempt at water cooling and I'm a fan of Demon Slayer. The main reason for my build was to upgrade from my prebuild Ailenware that's been doing right by me for so many years. The second reason, after watching so many Youtube videos with hard tube water cooled builds, the urge to give it a shot myself grew into what you see today. This was my first ever attempt at a water cooled, hard tubed build, and it was challenging and frustrating sometimes. Oh it was so satisfying seeing the leak test pass, and filling the loop. I mainly game on my PC, while also using it to complete school work and other tech labs to improve skills. My main games right now are League of Legends, Fortnite, Warzone, Spellbreak, and Overwatch. I also stream on twitch from time to time, twitch.com/handsomemumbler, if anyone ever wanted to check out some ok gameplay and chat. In hindsight, and anyone else thinking of giving water cooling a shot use my mistake for your gain, I would of only leak tested with air and not coolant or water. I was not aware of an air leak tester at first and trust me when I say my heart was in my stomach during my first leak test. Use an air tester!
    $2,169.91
    Smitty8722
  • AMD RGB Gamer thumbnail

    AMD RGB Gamer AMD RGB Gamer

    This system is a new build with the new custom build pilot program where we assisted the customer to build his own system in... This system is a new build with the new custom build pilot program where we assisted the customer to build his own system in shop. It will be used for gaming and really anything else the customer wants to do with it.
    $2,001.91
    MC-MayfieldHeights
  • Lunch box thumbnail

    Lunch box Lunch box

    Long gaming sessions Snow Runner, Minecraft, and world of warships or long binge watching Anime does it all. Long gaming sessions Snow Runner, Minecraft, and world of warships or long binge watching Anime does it all.
    $1,778.93
    Matt G
  • AMD lan build thumbnail

    AMD lan build AMD lan build

    Mid to high-level performance using the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X and an NVIDIA 2070 Super. Mid to high-level performance using the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X and an NVIDIA 2070 Super.
    $1,754.92
    MC-Duluth
  • Iron Man thumbnail

    Iron Man Iron Man

    I am a huge comic book fan and Iron Man is one of my favorites. I love building custom computers when I decided to take on... I am a huge comic book fan and Iron Man is one of my favorites. I love building custom computers when I decided to take on this project. Back when the Iron Man movies came out I was thinking about how I would come up with a plan on how I would build this. Well after a ton of brain storming and a couple failed ideas I had a solid plan. This build took about 80 hours (Custom Priming / Painting and metal work)
    $1,704.92
    sharkbytepc
  • Hell Spawn thumbnail

    Hell Spawn Hell Spawn

    This is my first custom build in a very long time. I think I nailed it (for the most part)!* AMD Ryzen 9 3900X OC'ed from... This is my first custom build in a very long time. I think I nailed it (for the most part)! * AMD Ryzen 9 3900X OC'ed from 3.8Ghz to 4.5Ghz (ALL CORES) * Corsair iCue H115i RGB Pro XT AIO Water Cooler * Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste * MSI MPG X570 Gaming Edge Wifi ATX AM4 Motherboard * 32 GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4-3200 OC'ed to 3600Mhz * Western Digital SN750 1TB M.2-2280 NVME SSD (Boot Drive) * Seagate FireCuda 2TB 2.5" 5400RPM Hybrid SSHD (Game Drive #1) * Western Digital Black 4TB 3.5" 7200RPM (Game Drive #2) * Asus Geforce Dual RTX 2060 Super (Dual Fan) * Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB ATX Mid Tower * EVGA BQ 850 W 80+ Bronze Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply * 5x Deepcool RF120M 120MM RGB Case Fans * Viewsonic VX2758-C-MH 27" 1920X1080 144Mhz Monitor * Corsair K55 RGB Keyboard - Harpoon RGB Wired Gaming Mouse - Corsair VOID Elite Surround Wired 7.1 Surround Headphones * Microsoft Windows 10 Pro * APC BN1100M2 Battery Backup *** Next upgrade will be a better monitor with DisplayPort so I can utilize the Ray Tracing feature of the GPU! ***
    $1,630.93
    VenusPCS
  • Super Green thumbnail

    Super Green Super Green

    Combo purpose! Remote work, gaming, and general home use. I'm a prepress artist, so I need the real estate of a 34" monitor... Combo purpose! Remote work, gaming, and general home use. I'm a prepress artist, so I need the real estate of a 34" monitor (3440x1440 resolution). Definitely a bonus when it comes to epic immersive gaming, which consists of mostly FPS and RPGs (Skyrim, Witcher, and the like). Also like simulation now and then, such as Kerbal Space Program, some racing and sci-fi/flight sims. Definitely MUST upgrade my video card, most likely to a 2000-series NVIDIA RTX card, but not ruling out high end AMD Radeon cards either. Some day.
    $1,419.86
    gking11
  • Cold As Ice thumbnail

    Cold As Ice Cold As Ice

    This is the first time I am building a computer and want to get into the hobby. I would love to be able to play Microsoft... This is the first time I am building a computer and want to get into the hobby. I would love to be able to play Microsoft flight sim in ultra mode. This would also help with school as I'm in high school and need the extra screen space for zoom. I am waiting for the rtx 3080 to put it into this. I will stream games on my youtube channel Olaff10. This gift card will help me with the graphics card. You can track my progress on IG jakub_platapus
    $1,398.95
    JAKUB P
  • Mystic thumbnail

    Mystic Mystic

    built for call of duty, steam VR, and some rendering. As well as school. built for call of duty, steam VR, and some rendering. As well as school.
    $1,374.93
    Adynn E