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  • blue beast thumbnail

    blue beast blue beast

    cheap build just used for stream and web browsing cheap build just used for stream and web browsing
    $562.92
    ming
  • Gaming Build thumbnail

    Gaming Build Gaming Build

    Built for gaming and streaming videos Built for gaming and streaming videos
    $719.00
    Nirmal
  • First Build thumbnail

    First Build First Build

    Mainly built for Warzone but getting other games, I have the Xbox series X so didn’t want to go overkill on the pc. Xbox is... Mainly built for Warzone but getting other games, I have the Xbox series X so didn’t want to go overkill on the pc. Xbox is going to be used for the 4K games and pc more for multiplayer
    $768.94
    Keanu S
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    Gaming PC Gaming PC

    Built a pc to play games with friends and cousins. I love to play fortnite on high settings which help with the visuals as... Built a pc to play games with friends and cousins. I love to play fortnite on high settings which help with the visuals as well as other games from epic.
    $802.92
    Arif M
  • Super awesome kwazar gaming PC thumbnail

    Super awesome kwazar gaming PC Super awesome kwazar gaming PC

    I built this PC for gaming but it doesnt have a gpu yet. I will also use this to study and complete work. I built this PC... I built this PC for gaming but it doesnt have a gpu yet. I will also use this to study and complete work. I built this PC with DDR5 in mind, I did not want my pc to be outdated when DDR5 becomes more commonplace. That is why I chose lga 1700 over am4 as am4 only supports ddr4. I also wanted my PC to have a nice rgb aesthetic. I have a youtube channel called Kwazars PCs.
    $834.95
    Afraz Y
  • 12900k Bundle thumbnail

    12900k Bundle 12900k Bundle

    12900k bundle on a Budget 12900k bundle on a Budget
    $836.91
  • My Plex Headend Server thumbnail

    My Plex Headend Server My Plex Headend Server

    PC I built to handle Plex streaming and 4K Hardware transcoding PC I built to handle Plex streaming and 4K Hardware transcoding
    $862.94
    DirtyBlueshirt
  • The Tech Source Groupie Build thumbnail

    The Tech Source Groupie Build The Tech Source Groupie Build

    I just got started in content creating. I built this PC so I can edit 4K videos in Davinci Resolve. My youtube channel is... I just got started in content creating. I built this PC so I can edit 4K videos in Davinci Resolve. My youtube channel is RGZ Content Productions. I also started playing Apex Legends and am new to PC gaming. I was able to get the bundle with the Intel i7 12700k, MSI Pro Z690-A Wifi DDR4 motherboard, and the 16GB of ram. I upgraded the ram to the T Force Vulcan Z 64 GB(4x16GB sticks) 3200MHz CL16. I was running it with a GTX 1660 Super that I got from purchasing a refurbished Optiplex 7050. After a couple of weeks I went back to your Tustin store and was able to pick up the Zotac Gaming RTX 4060 Solo. That has tremendously cut my rendering time and made it so I can edit 4K videos now. after watching several videos from other youtubers who go to your store to build gaming pc's, Ive since added more RGB lights and got custom white PCIE cables along with 24 pin and 8 pin power cables for the motherboard.
    $921.60
    rodney s
  • Mason’s thumbnail

    Mason’s Mason’s

    Built the PC for my son to use for school as well as gaming. Built the PC for my son to use for school as well as gaming.
    $939.95
    Patrick H
  • Fit through Gaming thumbnail

    Fit through Gaming Fit through Gaming

    I haven't had a decent computer for more than a couple years. I was once an avid gamer and as games got better my PC just... I haven't had a decent computer for more than a couple years. I was once an avid gamer and as games got better my PC just couldn't handle them. I have been using a low-tier laptop since 2016 and even that struggled with older games, let alone newer ones. As a personal trainer I would love to be able to make make videos and host live streaming content for my clients or those interested in making a change to their fitness/health habits, but my setup just doesn't have the ability to do so. With this new rig I hope to be able to be able to reach a new group of clients and help them to appreciate fitness and how it can change their lives for the better. This (as well as the included picture) is of the current old PC. I am hoping with the holiday deals and this coupon that the new PC (Parts list) will be on the way shortly. Money is always tight so I will be reusing some components from the old PC. Namely the case, GPU, and SSD.....for now. Old computer CPU: intel Q6600 motherboard: Asus p5k-e wifi Ram: 3 gb ddr2 GPU: nvidia 7800gt upgraded to 7800GTS which eventually died an was replaced by a generous friends GTX780 PSU: cosair hx650w CASE: antec P180 HDD/SSD: 640GB platter upgraded to 500Gb SSD.
    $940.93
    Sean R
  • Pre-College Build thumbnail

    Pre-College Build Pre-College Build

    I build this mainly for gaming but I will also use it for school as well. I began with the stock Intel 12th gen cooler but... I build this mainly for gaming but I will also use it for school as well. I began with the stock Intel 12th gen cooler but decided I needed something better looking so I upgraded to the ID-Cooling AIO because it matched my aesthetic. Runs all of the games I have at 1080p high settings. I play Seige, Ark, Rocket League and some smaller games like Phasmophobia and War Thunder as of right now. I also used the Tecware Phantom 87 keyboard chassis to make a completely custom keyboard. I tape modded, bought Akko Radiant Red switches, lubed them with Gliging 205 GO, and bought YMDK PBT Keycaps to match the grey theme I had going. Mic is an old Turtle Beach Stealth 400 I got when the PS4 first came out and has worked like a dream since then. Also using a Logitech g502 as my mouse.
    $943.94
    Daniel C
  • ~My $1000 build thumbnail

    ~My $1000 build ~My $1000 build

    I built this pc as a graduation present for myself. The laptop I used during my school years could only handle games such as... I built this pc as a graduation present for myself. The laptop I used during my school years could only handle games such as CS:GO and Osu. With this pc I hope to play more demanding games such as Cyberpunk as well as some photo and video editing. I was able to get this system around the $1000 mark due to the 12900k bundle that Micro Center offered. I didn't include an ssd in the parts list because I pulled it from my laptop. If I could go back and change one thing I would have gotten a bigger power supply for future upgrades. Let me know what you think about this build or what you would have changed!
    $964.88
    JOSE D
  • Babyboy thumbnail

    Babyboy Babyboy

    My 1st build and it was out of pure Necessity. My last rig must had gotten damaged pins on the mobo. Either way it motivated... My 1st build and it was out of pure Necessity. My last rig must had gotten damaged pins on the mobo. Either way it motivated and scared me into not only getting another rig but making one with thermals as the top priority. Now I wish I had more money at the time for a beefier mobo when I had bought this but the combo is beautiful. Works better than expected. I call this build babyboy because building it woke me up even more. It was the the last push to my evolution as a dweeb. My goals become easier to follow. Building motivated me into building more. To not feel like going in my pc is daunting. It took a depressed and nearly checked out of life veteran and turned him into the kid that didn't worry about the worst life has to throw at them. Sorry anyway. Baby boy has made me dig deeper into my studying as I want to make my own Aio for a pc and even delve into engineering because I love the void that creation brings. It robs me of negative focus and gives me back passion. My PC's were always powerful and the trend continues. I am getting familiar with 3d software, mainly unreal. Working on a hard scifi novel that I might just pass to my friend to make into a video game. He loved the idea he will be graduating for programming soon. My gift to him is going to be a high powered machine. For all of his programing needs a rig on par or better than anything i can own. The things I love for the people I love. Babyboy Harkens me back to a time where I was a dorky a** black kid growing up in harlem getting bullied for "acting white" 😪 , up into my time in the infantry and even beyond where constantly get targeted for the same thing by more so the opposite of my childhood bully types. (Sorry for being vague). As you can maybe tell I think way too much. I spend alot of time in chatrooms not because I like them anymore. It's because I can generate heat better than Dominick Mysterio when I'm online. I have a Army of people who hate me on the internet and it's honestly how I get better now n days. I constantly have people discouraging me, trying to drag me down, dehumanize me, feels like the military but with folks I can't punch in the face. That oddly enough has been my source of fuel. People telling. Me I'm worthless and can't. LOL For me it's the best fuel ever. Over the course of two years my aptitude for math, science, has skyrocketed, I have built a reputation in some of the most toxic circles you can find online as a guy you should hate for no good reason at all. I love it. Computers have alot to do with this. This was what I thought about while doing my build. You get where I'm going? This experience was therapeutic for me and eye opening into who I am as a human. Babyboy helped freed a chained man. In a sense by giving me even more confidence to tackle things. For a build that was suppose to replace my i9 9900k rig. It did more than that. It set up another stage of metamorphosis. The recluse in me let's a bit too much out at times : [ sorry. As for the build. It was meant for general use. But if you seen my setup you would maybe understand i use it for much more, such as development. C++ and python coding, btw my first ever code written was program that identified your compiler written in c++, my second was a gpt 2 based learning model (in python)that same night. Now I didnt have AI help me with the second code, but still I was pretty happy with myself. I would like to animate and make a game with my best friend from those times of me getting bullied as a kid. A rpg game based in hard science. Something that gives off "three body problem" vibes. I also need to learn how to design prototypes. Like maybe some thing for the cooler I want to make. For example. 32 gb of ram even at ddr5 i feel limited in unreal engine. So I will go for possibly 128 gb over time. So a 64gb kit is in my future, then another. Next month I'm getting a 4 tb m.2 for Unreal engine alone and another for productivity needs. I have a 4 tb system now. As far as what I could have done differently. I should have gotten the h9 elite case as it has rgb fans and a controller. But pretty much the same exact case I have. I'm gonna also repair my old mobo if possible and if I can do it right, my nephew who is studying computer science but using a idohan spud will have a power relic of the 9th gen coming his way. I loved what this build did for me. It was more than just a pc build. It was as much a window or veiwport into myself, just as this summary of the build experience was. Sorry for taking that so far. I don't know how to not go 100% at times. Sorry for any typos and such. Big hands, small phone, you know the deal. I'll try to edit if possible. THANKS 😊
    $971.95
    Jonathan S
  • Gaming PC i5 12600K RTX 4060 thumbnail

    Gaming PC i5 12600K RTX 4060 Gaming PC i5 12600K RTX 4060

    Built a PC for homework and some gaming Built a PC for homework and some gaming
    $1,012.92
    Li L
  • Intel Jedi build thumbnail

    Intel Jedi build Intel Jedi build

    Needed a streaming PC Needed a streaming PC
    $1,024.95
    DRicketts1991
  • MY First PC! thumbnail

    MY First PC! MY First PC!

    A complete beast of a PC that I have spent 1.3k on- The Pros: - Runs fast and has DLSS 2.0 Compatibility - Quiet, barely... A complete beast of a PC that I have spent 1.3k on- The Pros: - Runs fast and has DLSS 2.0 Compatibility - Quiet, barely makes a sound - Has easily swapable parts that help with upgrades and the like. The Cons: - Silicon is Expensive :D - No Heatsink on I/O for MoBo, and only one heatsink for 2nd NVME Slot (No surprise there) - Will have to upgrade in 5 years or so What is it used for? - Content Creation, more specifically 1080p Video Editing and the like - Gaming, and lots of it thanks to the graphics it can pull off - Just messing around and whatever I need it to do. The Core i5 pulls it's weight by the ton, I've never used something this fast before. Advice- I actually got my Monitor from Costco, it's only 199.99 and runs like a dream. Also, be careful with the case screws, if you don't get them right the first time putting in your GPU will be a nightmare. Also, for GPUs, if you intend on getting an EVGA brand one look for their B-stock, it often eliminates anywhere from 30-100 dollars off their cards ;) Overall, happy with my first build and would 10/10 Recommend
    $1,041.91
    Jaxer R
  • Intel thumbnail

    Intel Intel

    It's a secondary PC. Something for my kids to use when they come over. Something for me to use for racing simulation and... It's a secondary PC. Something for my kids to use when they come over. Something for me to use for racing simulation and streaming to take the load off my Ryzen build.
    $1,054.94
    April
  • uYiri: the Beginning of Life thumbnail

    uYiri: the Beginning of Life uYiri: the Beginning of Life

    I'm still missing a couple of more fans on top of the case for more exhaust and 2 fans on the radiator so I can have a push... I'm still missing a couple of more fans on top of the case for more exhaust and 2 fans on the radiator so I can have a push and pull system. But otherwise very satisfied with my first build. That final price is a little bit higher than what I paid for because of the 3-1 bundle I got from MicroCenter for my MBD, CPU, and RAM but I think this will hold me over for a long time. I’m planning on streaming a lot of games and growing my gaming channel but my end goal is to eventually start doing some freelance work so that I can start turning this investment into a profit. I wanted something that I wouldn’t need to upgrade, for a good price, and I think I accomplished that very well. Built this by myself and was surprised at how simple it was, everything was mostly plug and install. All I did was make sure I took my time and I did the proper research if I wasn't sure of something. A very fun process for sure and really cool to learn about all the different components to a computer that you probably wouldn’t know unless you built a PC for yourself. Scalping for parts was another fun experience for me, I enjoyed looking for the best part available for the right prices and if I decided to build another PC, I would definitely pay more attention to the dimensions and clearances of the cases before buying my parts. As far as budgeting goes if you are starting from scratch I would 100% recommend you buy the MicroCenter bundle just make sure that they have it wherever you are going to get it from. It's the best deal you can get for really good parts and you won't have to worry about those parts being compatible. With the MBD, CPU, and RAM out of the way next step is picking out your graphics card and my advice is to go with the best you can get right now so you don't need to worry about any future upgrades but a lot of it depends on where the market is. If you really need help look for it on the r/buildapc, there you can find a lot people who share information on pretty much anything related to building a PC. I was able to get my 3060 Ti for ~$330 on amazon, this is probably where you should spend a majority of your money for your build especially if you are trying to build a gaming rig. Next thing on the list is the cooling for your CPU and the case I plan to install 7 fans total for my case (2 exhaust on top, 1 fan in the back, and 4 on my radiator in the front) definitely overkill but case fans are very cheap and you can find good deals on bundles everywhere. For the CPU cooler I'd suggest an AIO, there are a ton on the market, just look for one that fits within your price range and is compatible with your CPU and case and go for it, I wanted to install mine on the top of my case which is pretty standard but there wasn't enough clearance in my case so I had to move it to the front which works just as well. If you do go with an AIO make sure you do your research on the correct ways to install it so that you can extend the life of your cooler for as long as possible. Getting into the storage of the device again it'll depend heavily on how many slots your case/motherboard comes and where the market is at the time but I started off with one 1TB NVM.e M.2 SSD for now because storage is very easy to install and upgrade later on. I'd stick to at least one 1TB NVM.e M2 SSD as a bare minimum they are the fastest drives right now, very small, and quick to install. The final part to your build should be the PSU, I got a gold standard 700W PSU which is enough for my build but could be different for yours just look up a PSU wattage calculator online and they'll let you know what's the right amount for your build. The gold certified PSUs are not cheap but from everything I read are very much worth the price just because of how important the PSU is too your entire build, it can also draw power more efficiently saving you a bit of money on your electric bill which is nice. Again this is only my first build and I'm just sharing what I learned from this entire process and my best advice to anyone like me is: take your time, don't force anything if you have to wait it out, just wait it out. Right now is a great time to build beacuse of how cheap the parts are getting but always be careful of what you are buying and who you are buying it from. Some of the sites that helped me out a lot while I was building was pcpartpicker, userbenchmark, microcenter, newegg, and reddit (r/buildapc). Took me some time to get everything aligned together but that is because you always want to make sure you are getting the best quality and value out of your parts so don't stress it just keep it simple go one by one until you get the results you want and as long as you are keeping track of everything it should get easier as you continue going.
    $1,076.91
    Lord Z
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    Phone a friend. Phone a friend.

    In waste reduction, I am the friend to phone for the reutilization of computer parts. A fresh build from a previous owned... In waste reduction, I am the friend to phone for the reutilization of computer parts. A fresh build from a previous owned parts.
    $1,097.90
    Bruce
  • No GPU Destroyer of Worlds thumbnail

    No GPU Destroyer of Worlds No GPU Destroyer of Worlds

    I built this pc to handle my every day computing tasks as well as play Minecraft. Equipped with an I7-12700k, this PC can... I built this pc to handle my every day computing tasks as well as play Minecraft. Equipped with an I7-12700k, this PC can take on the world. This was also my first build :)
    $1,099.95
    Kobi K
  • All White MicroATX build thumbnail

    All White MicroATX build All White MicroATX build

    Use it for school work, gaming, and general purpose browsing Use it for school work, gaming, and general purpose browsing
    $1,132.93
    Alex M
  • Mid-Range Computer Build thumbnail

    Mid-Range Computer Build Mid-Range Computer Build

    Bought and built this to primarily play games and to finally have a machine that can handle all current gen title games at... Bought and built this to primarily play games and to finally have a machine that can handle all current gen title games at 1080p. Games like Apex Legends and Halo Infinite all hold a framerate well above 144hz at the highest graphic settings with no problems as well as keeping cool. This computer also allowed me to be able to record my gameplay in high quality using OBS thanks to NVIDIA'S nvenc encoder in part to the 3060 RTX. Video editing programs such as adobe premiere also run well to edit footage together to create youtube compilations of the many games I play. Eventually upgraded the storage on the computer with SSD drives which was easy due to the microATX motherboard being in a ATX size case for ease of building as well as the case having drivebays on the back panel of the computer.
    $1,137.92
    Neil M
  • Just a pc thumbnail

    Just a pc Just a pc

    It’s my first build I’ve ever made I definitely over spent on cpu but it’s for gaming and streaming It’s my first build I’ve ever made I definitely over spent on cpu but it’s for gaming and streaming
    $1,138.95
    grant p
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    Mylenie Mylenie

    I use this PC to play FFXIV Online, Valorant, and Fallout: 76. It owns! It's like BOOM HEADSHOT. I use this PC to play FFXIV Online, Valorant, and Fallout: 76. It owns! It's like BOOM HEADSHOT.
    $1,146.95
    Jonathan P

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