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  • Nightlight thumbnail

    Nightlight Nightlight

    RGB! Built for gaming to last a few years. RGB! Built for gaming to last a few years.
    $1,849.96
    AG_25
  • My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of the parts from Micro center) thumbnail

    My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of... My current Gaming/ Steaming PC(most of the parts from Micro center)

    Really good gaming and streaming pc, was really fun to make, I couldn't upload all the picturesGets 70+ fps on AAA gamesi7... Really good gaming and streaming pc, was really fun to make, I couldn't upload all the pictures Gets 70+ fps on AAA games i7 9700k - Processor Gtx 1660 Super - graphics card Asus prime z390 - motherboard WD_ black sn750 500gb 3400/mbs - Storage Corsair 16gb 3600mhz - ram Corsair 220t (3 rgb fans) -PC case Hypermaster 212 rgb - CPU cooler Powerspec 650w 80+bronze - Power supply
    $933.93
    jason m
  • Aurora Borealis thumbnail

    Aurora Borealis Aurora Borealis

    I built Aurora Borealis originally to replace my console as the 30 fps in destiny started giving me headaches, I primarily... I built Aurora Borealis originally to replace my console as the 30 fps in destiny started giving me headaches, I primarily play Destiny 2 or Elder Scrolls Online or the occasional game of call of duty with friends, I do stream some as well, i tend to have issues with quality of the stream if im playing Destiny and call of duty but other games I don't have too many problems with. The cpu I'm using is an i5 9400f that is just a stand in until i can afford an i9 9900k, the motherboard is a gigabyte z390 aorus pro wifi which i dont plan on upgrading anytime soon, I'm running 16gb of Gskill Trident z rgb ram clocked at 3200mhz, my case is the Lian Li o11 dynamic, my cpu cooler is just a cooler master hyper t4 I had from a previous build, the graphics card is an EVGA gtx 1070 (the blower style i originally planned on watercooling but my budget forbade that), for the power supply I went with the Gskill ripjaws PS850P 850w since I didn't want to have to upgrade the psu later, I currently have 2 SSDs(non nvme but 2.5in sata unfortunately) and 2 HDDs totaling to around 4.5tb, I have 3 corsair LL120s I plan to move them back to the top when time permits, 3 of the arctic 120s at the top currently and 2 on my cpu cooler. As for my upgrade path I already said the cpu, and I want to get some more LL120 fans so they all match as well as get some sleeved cables(originally planned to sleeve them myself but couldn't find wiring diagrams for my psu, if someone happens to find it let me know because I still want to sleeve my own cables), I hope to get either an RTX 3070 or 3060 later on, update to an nvme m.2 ssd for my boot drive to remove some of the cable mess, I might get another 16gb kit of trident z memory, I need proper led strips as I repurposed some cheap automotive leds that are controlled from a tiny remote, once I upgrade the gpu I am going to make another acrylic backplate as the one I have already made will more than likely not fit, I plan on getting an aio liquid cooler as well, I might remove my homemade decals and make some new ones but I'm not sure of the theme of the decals I want just yet or more specifically the font for the word aurora. at some point I want to make a custom loop system for Aurora with either light purple or blue pastel coolant. I have 3 different monitors and before anyone says anything I did it on purpose because they each have a purpose left=1440p for content creation, middle=high refresh rate 1080p gaming, right=small display for when I'm streaming old gamecube games. I have the razer Nari essential headphones, blackwidow lite with orange switches, and I do plan on making some resin keycaps, as well as a corsair Dark core pro mouse. I do have a desk boom mic but for the life of me I can't find the box so I don't know exactly what it is. I ended up adding extra dust filters since my computer is near my workshop. It also has an added external power button that I put on the far left of my desk. sidenote:I'm not a great photographer so don't expect too much there.
    $1,107.91
    BloodSenpai
  • First build thumbnail

    First build First build

    I’ve been wanting to build or buy a pc for almost 2 years now and I ended up deciding to build for a better price for better... I’ve been wanting to build or buy a pc for almost 2 years now and I ended up deciding to build for a better price for better parts. I use this pc for steam vr, csgo, and rust with my friends. (Ignore the bad cable management, I plan to make it better soon)
    $974.88
    Joseph W
  • Gaming Rig thumbnail

    Gaming Rig Gaming Rig

    I play a bunch of games from Fallout and Skyrim to Rocket league and COD. I'm also a photographer and use it to edit my... I play a bunch of games from Fallout and Skyrim to Rocket league and COD. I'm also a photographer and use it to edit my photos, and I've started making music after playing guitar for 15+ years. My future upgrades will be a 2060S, 16gb of more RAM ,and a couple more case fans.
    $858.88
    Colton B
  • First PC build solo. thumbnail

    First PC build solo. First PC build solo.

    This PC was build for gaming during covid-19 crisis. Stay home and stay healthy. The standard HD will be removed and... This PC was build for gaming during covid-19 crisis. Stay home and stay healthy. The standard HD will be removed and replaced with additional SSD as my steam account has over 100 games now. The PC temperatures are OK. Battlefield 5 in Ultra CPU max 72C - GPU 68C. Very happy with my build, and very happy with Micro-center customer service. If this is your first build, congratulations. First step to greatness :-) Part selection can be made on Microcenters PC builder. Print it out and provide it to the store employee that will be helping with part picking. Ask the employee questions in regards your build if you have, and ask for possible PC part advise. Assemble parts and build it. Easy steps, baby steps no rush. Motherboard, CPU, air cooler and ram. AIO can be mounted later. Check youtube and forums if you have questions or you are not sure how to. Stick it in to the case carefully, no need worry about cables yet. It was easier for to install some cables now and run the in the back before power supply install. Yes the cables were that hardest part of the PC build for me. The little cables to the led and on/off, but few youtube guides and it was done correctly. Cable management in the back is recommended. Makes it look nice and easier to work on in the future. The GPU install is easy, and extra fans if needed. Hope you will reach POST screen. If not, make sure your GPU monitor cable is connected to the right port, and the power supply is ON!!! Game on !!!!
    $2,054.89
    Jaroslaw S
  • Budget Intel Gaming Build i5 9600K thumbnail

    Budget Intel Gaming Build i5 9600K Budget Intel Gaming Build i5 9600K

    This PC is going to be mainly used for gaming. It is a great budget build if the customer is looking to save some money but... This PC is going to be mainly used for gaming. It is a great budget build if the customer is looking to save some money but still get into gaming. Without the graphics card, the customer will be able to play most games on low to mid settings with 60 fps on 1080p.
    $1,004.93
    MC-Houston
  • Intel 9700K Gaming Build thumbnail

    Intel 9700K Gaming Build Intel 9700K Gaming Build

    Comprised of an Intel i7 9700k and a Z390 based motherboard, this system has enough power to play today's most popular games... Comprised of an Intel i7 9700k and a Z390 based motherboard, this system has enough power to play today's most popular games while keeping it affordable at the same time.
    $1,439.92
    MC-StDavids
  • Edmond the 3rd Upgrade Build thumbnail

    Edmond the 3rd Upgrade Build Edmond the 3rd Upgrade Build

    The customer chose these components for an upgrade to support their enjoyment of Fortnite The customer chose these components for an upgrade to support their enjoyment of Fortnite
    $1,224.95
    MC-Duluth
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    Intel Gaming Build Intel Gaming Build

    The customer chose these components for productivity and entry level light gaming. The customer chose these components for productivity and entry level light gaming.
    $602.93
    MC-StLouisPark