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  • i7-13th gen, RTX 4090, 32gb ram, hyte y60 case with lian li cooling fans and strimmer lights thumbnail

    i7-13th gen, RTX 4090, 32gb ram, hyte... i7-13th gen, RTX 4090, 32gb ram, hyte y60 case with lian li cooling fans and strimmer lights

    I built my old pc a long time ago, 2016 or 2017. It was a i7-th gen MSI dual fan 1060ti, which was later upgraded to 2070... I built my old pc a long time ago, 2016 or 2017. It was a i7-th gen MSI dual fan 1060ti, which was later upgraded to 2070 super. It was a prebuilt custom pc from cyberpower and over The years i've had so many issues with the p c sometimes. The case was terrible it caused a lot of overheating and my p c would crash often when I ran even medium load work like turning on rocket league. I figured it was time to build a new p c and this time I wanted to make sure I future proof it without worrying about cost. Because the last p c I bought I built a little conservative because I was still in college and so I didn't want to spend too much money. It was actually a long Time dream of mine to build a new PC. But this time get a case that actually looks cool and I've looked at a lot of open concept cases as well as a panoramic glass cases. I want exposure to the internal components. And also wanted some internal rgb in my build, not too much rgb. I play a lot of AAA games, also FPS shooters, etc. Some of the games i play are valorant, rocket league, cod, halo, overwatch 2, battlefield, csgo, etc. Also a lot of single player games like tomb raider, horizon, last of us, etc. Every game I played told now I have played using logo settings just so my p c would not crash. I wanted a build where i would have to worry about that and be able to play on hight/max settings so i can appreciate the details and art of the games. I've thought about getting into streaming and no right now. I'm thinking about getting into dollarant streaming and/ content creation. I am a huge fan of Keeoh and his videos. Even if I don't get a lot of viewers? I still wouldn't like to be able to stream just doing for the fun. I got all of the streamer components no, just built a very high end p c capable of high quality gameplay End multitask for streaming, Also got some nice streaming cameras a hyperex quadcast s mic. Not sure when I'm actually going to start streaming but hopefully. It's sometimes in your future once I settle in to my new apartment. At the moment instead of streaming I have a youtube channel where I post clips of really funny or good gameplay for f p s games. I'm going to continue doing that till I am able to stream
    $0.00
    Rahul B
  • Green Machine thumbnail

    Green Machine Green Machine

    My old rig had reached the end of its CPU socket life, and I figured if I was going to replace the CPU, Mobo, and Ram, I... My old rig had reached the end of its CPU socket life, and I figured if I was going to replace the CPU, Mobo, and Ram, I might as well build a while new machine.
    $754.96
    JOSEPH O
  • Black budget build with RGB thumbnail

    Black budget build with RGB Black budget build with RGB

    I had a old desktop with a GTX 1080 which is getting slower and slower. So I finally made up my mind to upgrade my desktop... I had a old desktop with a GTX 1080 which is getting slower and slower. So I finally made up my mind to upgrade my desktop after 5 years. Since the GTX 1080 is still in good condition and honestly can still run a lot of games smoothly, I've decided to just upgrade other components for now and wait for the 5080 (depends on my need)
    $824.96
    Gavin L
  • 12900k Bundle thumbnail

    12900k Bundle 12900k Bundle

    12900k bundle on a Budget 12900k bundle on a Budget
    $836.91
  • my first pc thumbnail

    my first pc my first pc

    after 4 years with a ryzen 7 3700u laptop i build my first pc from microcenter!!!!! the ram, cpu, and mb is from microcenter... after 4 years with a ryzen 7 3700u laptop i build my first pc from microcenter!!!!! the ram, cpu, and mb is from microcenter combo
    $849.96
    Fahmida A
  • ME thumbnail

    ME ME

    Have fun gaming and doing hood rat things with my friends Have fun gaming and doing hood rat things with my friends
    $894.96
    PJ Z
  • ~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
  • Versatile Low Key thumbnail

    Versatile Low Key Versatile Low Key

    Mid Budget Build for Video Editing, Music Production, and Gaming Mid Budget Build for Video Editing, Music Production, and Gaming
    $1,074.97
  • Modern & Elegant Gaming Build thumbnail

    Modern & Elegant Gaming Build Modern & Elegant Gaming Build

    Building a PC had been a goal of mine for about 5 years. I wanted to be a good all around PC with an emphasize on gaming.... Building a PC had been a goal of mine for about 5 years. I wanted to be a good all around PC with an emphasize on gaming. I've been a console guy, but I've been wanting to play some PC only games like BeamNG, Civ, City Skylines, Terraria, and trying my hand with iRacing. I have also rediscovered Minecraft since my only experience with it was on integrated graphics. In the future, I might get some RBG lights for the interior of the case since it is a bit dark and I want to show off the internal components. In hindsight, I wouldn't have built this computer at 2 in the morning before traveling for thanksgiving.
    $1,099.96
    ELLIOTT R
  • Budget Build thumbnail

    Budget Build Budget Build

    It is a Budget Build with a budget of $1000 It is a Budget Build with a budget of $1000
    $1,119.94
    Muhammad S
  • Ticklemonster-i9 thumbnail

    Ticklemonster-i9 Ticklemonster-i9

    My highschool had a two week course where we could learn and build our own computers, we had a budget of 500$ and the choice... My highschool had a two week course where we could learn and build our own computers, we had a budget of 500$ and the choice to add extra from our own money. This is my first build and I am very happy with how it turned out. Using our budgets, I bought the 400$ bundle at Micro Center that contained, Intel Core i9 12900K, ASUS Prime Z790-V WIFI motherboard, and the G.skill Ripjaw 32 Gb 2 x 16 ram. Additionally, I got a PowerSpec PS 650GSM 650 W power supply, a DeepCool AG400, and a Seagate Laptop Thin 500 GB 7200RPM SATA 6 GB/s 32 MB Cache 2.5 Inch Hard Disk Drive. Using my own money, I bought a Inland X1 black case, two Inland TN320 NVMe M.2 storage SSD's, and a Nvidia RTX 3050. I am very thankful I took this course and I am very content with how my PC turned out, it runs most games I play at high to max graphics (I mostly play RTS such as Men of War or Total War games). The total cost of this build was roughly 800$ USD with me paying around 270$ from my own pocket.
    $1,122.93
    GUSTAVO A
  • Compact thumbnail

    Compact Compact

    Media creation PC Media creation PC
    $1,124.94
    Linhanh
  • SFF Transport Vehicle thumbnail

    SFF Transport Vehicle SFF Transport Vehicle

    I built this pc over time carefully selecting parts to use temporarily in my atx case until I could buy an SFF one. I joined... I built this pc over time carefully selecting parts to use temporarily in my atx case until I could buy an SFF one. I joined a fantastic and helpful discord community who helped me along the way. I love how it's going so far! Planning on an new Ncase. Maybe the Streacom F1 or to be announced Mach 3. I still have a 970, but looking to upgrade very soon. The 13700k is a beast. I apologize for the rough photo shot, I am very close to the build of my dreams!
    $1,137.92
    Brandon Y
  • Excalibur PC thumbnail

    Excalibur PC Excalibur PC

    This build is for gaming and productivity. On the PC I play fortnite, valorant, call of duty and some other games. I also... This build is for gaming and productivity. On the PC I play fortnite, valorant, call of duty and some other games. I also use my PC for school, and finish assignments online. I also watch a ton of movies and TV shows which look amazing. I want to add some rgb fans in the future so for now it's a no rgb PC.
    $1,179.92
    Sinan S
  • my simple computer thumbnail

    my simple computer my simple computer

    My very simple computer that I use for work My very simple computer that I use for work
    $1,180.93
    Lenny P
  • gaming pc thumbnail

    gaming pc gaming pc

    My gaming pc for genshin impact My gaming pc for genshin impact
    $1,180.93
    james j
  • Game destroyer thumbnail

    Game destroyer Game destroyer

    Maximum fps, it can run any game well Maximum fps, it can run any game well
    $1,188.92
    george s
  • Gigabyte thumbnail

    Gigabyte Gigabyte

    Education purpose Education purpose
    $1,194.92
    Adam J
  • Workstation - 12900k + 3080ti thumbnail

    Workstation - 12900k + 3080ti Workstation - 12900k + 3080ti

    I built this for gaming and needed a case that had sufficient airflow for all my components and a glass side panel to show... I built this for gaming and needed a case that had sufficient airflow for all my components and a glass side panel to show it all off. I did splurge a bit on the CPU AIO Cooler as I wanted a screen to display the temperatures and GIFs if I wanted to from time to time. Mainly using this to play my huge backlog of games on Steam and Epic game launchers. I do plan to use this computer for doing some 3d printing stuff in the future but trying to find a 3D printer to meet my needs.
    $1,230.00
    Xen H
  • Intel Gaming PC thumbnail

    Intel Gaming PC Intel Gaming PC

    Just a fun team blue build Just a fun team blue build
    $1,247.89
    Evan B
  • RGB thumbnail

    RGB RGB

    Built it for work and to game occasionally Built it for work and to game occasionally
    $1,257.92
    Fadi A
  • Work / Productivity thumbnail

    Work / Productivity Work / Productivity

    Purely work computer to get through all the multiple tabs and programs opened. Will watch 4/5k movies as well Purely work computer to get through all the multiple tabs and programs opened. Will watch 4/5k movies as well
    $1,258.92
    jkim0711
  • Big Char thumbnail

    Big Char Big Char

    My first desktop PC was an insanely overpriced Alienware prebuilt (please don't crucify me, I was 12) that I got when I was... My first desktop PC was an insanely overpriced Alienware prebuilt (please don't crucify me, I was 12) that I got when I was in middle school. It was extremely heavy, had terrible airflow, and generally gave me a whole heap of issues during the like 7.5 years that I had it. Even though it was clunky, I'll always love my GTX 1070 for lasting so long and giving me many unforgettable gaming memories, from the Halo series, to Metro, to Resident Evil. Needless to say, I was long overdue for an upgrade, and with working part-time in college I was able to finally build my first PC and it was a blast. I used to primarily play older games like around 2012 to before, always at 1080p 60hz max. For this build I wanted to make the jump to 2K or 1440p and shoot for a higher refresh rate at at least the 144hz mark. I also wanted water cooling and plenty of fans that I could control to optimize airflow, without having rainbow vomit RBG everywhere (although I see and respect everyone's colorful builds). I've been wanting to build my own PC for years, but after buying the Dead Space remake on steam and having it be borderline unplayable on the lowest settings, I knew it was time for an upgrade. I've stress tested my build with Dead Space, RDR2, GTA V, Metro Exodus, No Man's Sky, and even some Half Life Alyx and couldn't be happier with my target performance. Having started with a 500GB HDD in middle school and eventually maturing into a digital hoarder, I was super happy knowing I could take advantage of my MOBOs 3 M.2 SSD slots, and the added SSD and HDD bracket hidden in the back of my case. Microcenter's bundles made building my PC a breeze, and the only thing I did have trouble on was my GPU. I know there's a lot of discourse regarding Nvidia's 4000 series and their VRAM, but with the market stabilizing a bit after everything, I felt glad at the end of the day with my choice. Performance wise I couldn't be happier. Super fast bootup and processing times, access to DLSS and ray tracing, and an insane boost in quality and frames compared to my old 1070 make using this PC night and day. I picked up a 1440p 165Hz LG UltraGear monitor and WOW; for the price I spent (which was way less than I spent on my prebuilt back then) the performance was great. I feel set for the foreseeable future, besides replacing my AIO in 5 years or inevitably buying more storage and drives. Besides that, there's not much else. The case and build went really smoothly, and I did get confused at some parts but I worked it out (such as forgetting to remove the plastic sticker on my CPU cooler...or not removing the grate my AIO radiator attached to for easier screwing). Overall I'm very happy, and using an unlocked "k" intel CPU finally let's me enable XMP and get the most out of my RAM (6000MHz!).
    $1,264.94
    Jason S

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