Gaming Machine [Your PC Specs] -Updated-

Discussion in 'PC and Console Gaming' started by Zippo, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. gmnchampion

    gmnchampion Sports Fanatic

    Made mine August of 2010

    Antec 1200 ATX Full Tower Case
    GeForce GTX 470 Graphics Card
    Corsair 850W Power Supply
    Gigabyte LGA 1366 Intel X58 Motherboard
    Corsair Dominator 6GB of RAM
    2TB Western Digital Green Drive
    1TB Western Digital Black Drive
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz Processor
    Corsair Liquid (Water) Cooling system

    Been working fine for the most part, plan to start saving for a new system. Just not sure what I want the new system to do just yet.
     
  2. EllieTheFuzzy

    EllieTheFuzzy Super Fluffy Purple Flowergirl

    Spooky's Rebuild once she's done

    Intel Core i7 3770K (Occasionally OC'ed to about 4.4GHZ)
    Nvidia Geforce GTX 660
    (Later to be upgraded to a Radeon HD 7970)
    750W Alpine PSU
    (Which maybe replaced by a corsair 550w or such)
    Gigabyte Z77 DSH3 Motherboard
    1X 1TB Seagate barracuda 1X Seagate Pipeline 1X 128GB SSD
    Hyper 212 Evo Fan.
    32GB DDR3 1333MHZ RAM
    Windows 7 Ultimate + Linux Mint in dual boot.
    ASUS Xonar DS 7.1

    But for now Im using sol

    Intel core i5 2320
    GIGABYTE Z68 APD3 motherboard
    16GB DDR3 1333MHZ
    ASUS Oc'ed Nvidia Geforce GTX 550ti
    CIT Vantage gaming case with purple lights
    400GB HDD From older Dell.
     
  3. Zylo Wolf

    Zylo Wolf MC/DJ

    CPU:
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 Yorkfield (# of cores 4, clock speed 3 GHz, L2 Cache 12MB, FSB speed 1333 MHz)

    Video Card:
    AMD Radeon HD 7750 (PCI Express 3.0, 4 Gigs, DDR3, 128 BIT, 800 MHz GPU clock speed, 512 Stream processors, 1600 MHz Memory clock speed, Dual CrossFireX capable)

    PSU:
    OCZStealthXstream 700w

    Board:
    EVGA nForce 790i SLI FTW

    Ram:
    8 Gigs DDR3 Corsair at 1666 MHz

    HDDs:
    C: 120Gig SSD, E: 300 Gig Sata, G: 150 Gig Sata, H: 2TB Sata, I: 1 TB Sata

    Disk Drive:
    LG Blueray burner and reader

    Operating system:
    Windows 7

    I have a moderately decent rig, wanted to drop more ram into her but my current board only supports up to 8 Gigs, so I need to get a whole new system kit if I want to use the Ram I wanted.
     
  4. zamorapaw

    zamorapaw GM Zammy

    CPU:
    i7 3970X Overclocked to 5.4Ghz

    Video Card(s):
    Three EVGA GTX Titan(s) in SLI

    PSU:
    Lupa G 1600w

    Board:
    Asus Rampage IV Black Edition LGA 2011 X79 Intel

    Ram:
    32 Gigs DDR3 Corsair Dominator Platinum 2400mhz

    HDDs:
    Seven WD 4TB Blacks, Two OCZ 512GB Vertex SSDs, 1 OCZ 1TB Octane Multilevel SSD.

    Disk Drive: (I never use disks anymore, I boot from flash drives)
    LG DVD RW Reader/Burner

    Operating System(s):
    Windows Home Server 2011
    Windows 7
    Windows 8.1
    Hackintosh Lion
    Ubuntu 13.10
    Backtrack 5 R1
    ArchLinux

    <3
     
  5. Zico

    Zico Member

    Amd a8 6500-k at 4Ghz
    amd ati Radeon hd 7870 watercooled clocked at 1250mhz and memory clock at 1200mhz
    1x 8gb ddr3 at 1600mhz
    500gb hdd
    64gb ssd windows only
    dvd optical drive x48
    25" TV monitor 60hz full 1080p
    mad cats rat5 mouse
    psu 750watts
     
  6. Mazaar

    Mazaar Resident Shiny Breeder

    Hi there.
    As I'm new, I may as well post my beastly build.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Mazaar

    Mazaar Resident Shiny Breeder

    I highly recommend spending less money by building yourself a desktop PC. If you need it to be smaller, you can get a mini ATX motherboard/case. I can help you if you need me to.
     
  8. Hooky

    Hooky Was hermiting.

    Intel i5 Quad-core processor, 3.4 GHz, 6MB L3 Cache.
    ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760, 2GB, ~1.5GHz
    8 GB RAM
    1TB SDD
    24" LCD Monitor
    750w PSU
    ..and several fans.
     
  9. Wax

    Wax Always tired

    Gigabyte GA-78-LMT-USB3 Motherboard
    AMD FX-6100 (Zambezi) Six Core Processor @3.3GHz ~6MB L3 Cache
    AMD Radeon 6670, 2GB ~1000MHz GDDR5
    8GB RAM (Crucial Ballistix Sport 2x4GB)
    1TB HDD
    22" LED Monitor
    Corsair VS450 450W Power Supply

    Looking to upgrade the graphics and power supply soon, though.
     
  10. Julum

    Julum New Member

    I'm currently buying parts, and my rig will be:

    Intel Core i5-4670 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor
    MSI Z87-G55 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
    Kingston HyperX Blu 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1333 Memory
    Seagate Barracuda 3TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
    PNY GeForce GTX 660 2GB Video Card
    Thermaltake Chaser A31 ATX Mid Tower Case
    Corsair Builder 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply
    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 (OEM) (64-bit)
     
  11. EllieTheFuzzy

    EllieTheFuzzy Super Fluffy Purple Flowergirl

    Well i'm gonna update here :]

    Spooky~ :D

    Graphics/Grafx~ (for Coolness bro)/GPU
    Sapphire Edition AMD Radeon HD 7950 (Which i plan to crossfire in future maybe)

    CPU:
    Intel Core i7-4820K@3.7GHZ CPU

    RAM:
    Hypertec (basically Rebranded Hynix)
    24GB DDR3 1333MHZ RAM

    Motherboard:
    GIGABYTE X79 UD3

    Storage:
    Western Digital Caviar Blue 250GB
    Seagate Barracuda 1TB

    OS:
    Windows 7 Ultimate

    PSU:
    Corsair CX 750M

    CPU Cooling:
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Dual Fan

    Case:
    Zalman Z11 Plus

    :] CX
     
  12. FerretXing

    FerretXing Member

    Hmm...
    FX-8120 4.2GHz 8 cores (O.C.)
    12Gb DDRIII Corsair RAM
    2X connected with Xfire HD 5770
    1Tb HDD
    700W PSU
     
  13. Gelaxy

    Gelaxy Fennec Fox

    Whoo! Let's flex them Hackintosh muscles.
    Intel i7 4790k - OC'd to 4.6GHZ
    Gigabyte Board (Too lazy to get the exact model)
    16gb Corsair RAM
    GTX 770
    Fractal Design R4 Case


    Externals:
    Blue Yeti Microphone
    32" Samsung 1080p TV
    27" BenQ fully tiltable monitor (Forget the exact SKU)
    Corsair WK-6500k Piano
    Just random mouse & keyboard.
     
  14. DrDingo

    DrDingo Moved to phoenix.corvidae.org with the others

    Whew, haven't posted on here since I built my new one!

    -Intel Core i5-3570 Quad Core CPU @ 3.4 GHz
    -8GB RAM
    -Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 Graphics card (2GB memory)
    -Solid State 1TB Hard Drive
    -750w Power Supply Unit
    -Three fans, including the CPU fan.
    -RED LIGHTS!
     
  15. DarkRedWolf

    DarkRedWolf New Member

    Well, considering all I play is mostly old FPS games, I have no need for a high end rig. But, I have to say that my two main machines are starting to age badly... Like, I really need to save the money to build something.:-D

    (Main machine, a 2010 Toshiba laptop)
    Intel Celeron B800 64-bit dual core @ 1.5 GHz
    Intel HD 2000 integrated graphics (Yet can run Just Cause 2 at 40fps somehow)
    4gb's or DDR3 ram
    640gb Harddrive.
    Windows 7 Ultimate with Ubuntu 14 (Dual boot)
    Surprisingly, it runs a lot of recent PC games at playable frame rates.

    (Secondary machine, mostly for older PC games that dont require that much power)
    Intel Celeron D at 2.7 GHz
    1gb of DDR2 ram
    Nvidia GeForce FX 6600
    1x80gb HDD, 1x160gb HDD and 1x180gb HDD (All old salvaged drives)
    Windows XP and Windows 7 ultimate dual boot.

    I may not have a high end machine like a lot of you here, but like I said, I play a lot of older FPS games mostly. And, I cant afford to build a new machine for a good few years...
     
  16. Kalmor

    Kalmor Banned

    Oooh! I forgot to post my updated setup here:

    Motherboard: Asus Z97-A
    CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k @ 3.5GHz
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 (OC edition from MSI)
    RAM: 16 GB Corsair Vengence PRO @ 1866 MHz
    PSU: Corsair RM 850W gold. (Hey, I like a shitton of upgrade headroom. :V)
    HDD: 3 TB western digital..... thing. :V

    SSD coming..... soon... :V
     
  17. Video Card - ATI Radeon 7770 PCIe 2GB GDDR5 Mem
    Sound Card - Integrated with Graphics
    CPU - Intel Core i5 Quad 3570k Clocked at 4.0GHz
    MB - Asus P8Z77-v LX
    RAM - 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz
    CD/DVD Drives - People still use these?
    Floppy Drives - Ok, this is ancient tech
    Cooling - Arctic Freezer 13 PRO, 6x 120mm Case fans
    Power Supply - Corsair GS600
    Case - Zalman Z9 Plus

    External:
    One 29" Samsung LED IPS
    One Samsung UE48H6400 Smart £D 28" LED TV (For gaming)
    Onkyo HT-RC660 7.2 Channel AV Reciever (Using 7.1 with 120W/C)
    Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Adaptor
    Logitech Driving Force GT Wheel
    Roccat ISKU Gaming keyboard
    Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse

    Think that about covers it! Might be time to upgrade

    [h=1][/h]
     
  18. V3N44X

    V3N44X bool n00b = true;

    Main PC:
    4770k @ 4.75
    r9 290
    CX600M
    16 gigs RAM
    h110 cooler
    ASUS Z87-WS
    2x Seagate 750 GB HDDs,
    1 WD 500 GB
    1 WD 2 TB


    Backup:
    Athlon x3 450 (I think)
    650ti
    Some crappy ULTRA 350 watt PSU
    6 GB RAM
    500 GB WD HDD
     
  19. Bluethefurry

    Bluethefurry I am so Blue

    Re: Gaming Machine [Your PC Specs]

    Not too good, but very good for a 600€ PC!

    CPU: AMD FX-8320
    Ram: 8,00GB
    Mobo: ASRock 980DE3/U3S3 (CPUSocket)
    Graphics: AMD Radeon R7 260x ( i think, could be something else, it just says 200 series )
    Hard Drive: Western Digital WDC WD15EADS-00W4B0
     
  20. Fmily

    Fmily New Member

    I'm going to be making some changes to this computer at some point, but here are my specs at the moment. :)

    CPU: AMD FX 6300 @ 4.5 GHZ 1.4ish volts
    GPU: Gigabyte R9 270 @ 1122 MHz core and 1499 MHz memory
    RAM: 12GB Ripjaws Z @ 2133 MHz
    Mobo: Asus M5A99FX PRO R2.0
    SSD: Crucial M500 240GB
    HDD: 3 Various drives totaling 2.5 TB
    PSU: Corsair TX 750m

    Peripherals
    Mouse: EVGA TORQ X10
    Keyboard: Razer Black widow 2013 so that it sill has the cherry MX switches. :3
    Monitor: Asus VS238H-P
    Headphones: Sennheiser HD 558
    AMP DAC: SMSL 793-ii

    Do you want me to keep going? lol
     

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