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Gaming Machine [Your PC Specs] -Updated-

Wolf-Snipe

Member
eMachines E720

4gb ram
Intel Pentium Dual-Core T4200 2.0 Ghz
Intel GMA 4500XHD(or something like that)
250 GB HDD

External:
Tracer Sniper TRM-503 USB
Some Modecom headphones :)

I play Quake Live
 
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Yakamaru

Level 32 Knight
AMD FX-8350 4GHz Octo-c0re
Sabertooth 990FX Motherboard
Intel SSD 250GB
16GB RAM
2+2+3 TB WD Black edition HDD's
Gigabyte R9 390X 8GB Gaming card
QPAD QH-90 headset
2x HP Compaq LA2405wg (main and secondary)
1x Dell S2240L (tertiary screen)
 

EdgyMemeLord0

Master of succ

A 1200€ "Gaming" Laptop that is as much worth as an awesome desktop build....
Well, it can run at least most AAA-quality games which is nice.....
 
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Xandran

Guest
Cpu; i7 6700k at 4.4ghz

Cooler; H100 V2 cosair

Ram; 32gb DDR4 at 2133mhz

Video card; Msi gtx 1080

I use a 1080p@144hz monitor to replace my old 1080p@60 one.
 

Spicethedog

New Member
GPU: XFX Radeon R7 360
CPU: and x4 860k
Motherboard: MSI AMD A68HM-P33-V2
RAM: 2 4gb sticks of crucial DDR3 ram.
CASE:CiT Barricade USB3 Gaming Case

can Play cs:go at over 90fps on high
 

WolfyJake

Professional Cuddlefluff
Mine is kinda mid-range I suppose (for a gaming laptop).
It's an MSI GE72 6QD Apache Pro laptop.
Cpu: Intel i7 "6700HQ @ 2.6 ghz
Ram: 8gb's (going to have it raised to 16)
Video card: Nvidia GTX960M
Keyboard: Rainbow (steel series)
Also has an extra boost fan mode for extra cooling.

And it's bootiful. With the logo on the lid lighting up and stuff.
 

Yakamaru

Level 32 Knight
Mine is kinda mid-range I suppose (for a gaming laptop).
It's an MSI GE72 6QD Apache Pro laptop.
Cpu: Intel i7 "6700HQ @ 2.6 ghz
Ram: 8gb's (going to have it raised to 16)
Video card: Nvidia GTX960M
Keyboard: Rainbow (steel series)
Also has an extra boost fan mode for extra cooling.

And it's bootiful. With the logo on the lid lighting up and stuff.
Now those are some really decent specs. GPU is fairly decent for gaming, as the GPU is the bottleneck when it comes to games often.
 

Wolf-Snipe

Member
Mine is kinda mid-range I suppose (for a gaming laptop).
It's an MSI GE72 6QD Apache Pro laptop.
Cpu: Intel i7 "6700HQ @ 2.6 ghz
Ram: 8gb's (going to have it raised to 16)
Video card: Nvidia GTX960M
Keyboard: Rainbow (steel series)
Also has an extra boost fan mode for extra cooling.

And it's bootiful. With the logo on the lid lighting up and stuff.
Good one lad ^^
Still slightly better than mine :)
 

BaxterKangaroo

New Member
Lenovo ideapad 110 15isk

Intel Core i3 6100U @ 2.3GHz
Intel HD Graphics 520
6GB DDR4-2133
Toshiba 1TB HDD (SATA III 6GB/s)
1366x768@60Hz 15.6"

Great for low spec gamimg
 
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BloodyBonez87

Guest
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 6GB WINDFORCE
Intel i5-66000 3.3GHz Quad-Core
MSI B150 Gaming M3 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
G.Skill Ripjaws V series 16GB (2 8GB sticks)
Thermaltake 750W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply
NZXT S340 (Black/Red) ATX Mid-Tower Case
SanDisk 120GB SSD (A lil small, even for me, and I don't need that much space)
ASUS 1080P Monitor
Redragon Mouse/Keyboard Combo
My dad's old printer (for scanning my art)

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-..Legacy..-

Guest
Just grabbed this, so I'll post it up

ASUS ROG G73JH
Intel i7
Dual 128g SSD
Radeon HD5870 1G
16g DDR3 RAM

Still on stock clocking, haven't baselined the machine yet.


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:shock: Any system builder would DROOL for those specs !
You sir are blessed to have such a formidable machine :)

Augmented Husky, good evening!

I'm sorry for being uber quiet for quite some time. ^_^ Danke for the very kind compliment on Dawntreader 12's behalf! I've made a couple of changes in her setup in the last year; the original Cyberpower liquid cooler finally kicked the bucket late in 2016, and I've replaced it with a 280mm Corsair closed-loop liquid cooler, which required a wee bit of modification to the case to accept the radiator's size. Ended up reversing the 'standard' installation, with the CPU heat-transfer head 'upside-down', but it's been three weeks and she's purring away happily. Doing a better job than the original cooler, to be honest.

The original Toshiba 3TB also died on me during 2017, and I've currently got a 4TB Seagate mechanical HD for my data drive; the 128GB SSD is still performing admirably as the boot drive. Got myself some new games this Christmasbirthday, and I'm looking forward to digging into some that I'd left be for a while! ^_^

Hope you and yours have been well!

-2Paw.
 

PixelDaFox

New Member
Intel i5 -8400 4.0GHZ (overlclocked) (rip ryzen 5 1400 1 pin got bent)
Patriot DDR4 8gb RAM 2666MHZ
MSI GTX 1060 6GB
ASUS PRIME Z370-A
realtek (this is the worst audio driver)
1 TB HDD
700w thermaltake RGB Power Supply
Aoc 1920x1080 LCD/LED Monitor
DIY PC VANGUARD RGB CASE
 

Firuthi Dragovic

Gamer Dragon, former speedrunner
I wanted to wait on this as I'm undergoing the process of upgrading the computer over the next couple months (as the money comes in), but... I might as well list what I have now and if people really want to know the planned upgrade then I'll say something at that point. Note also that this rig is stuck playing most modern games on low or medium settings, but can still get something decent even then.

Some sort of Intel motherboard (seriously, nothing can seem to identify what this is, although it's apparently one made in 2012)
Intel Core 2 QuadCPU Q6600 @2.40 Ghz
8GB of DDR2 RAM
Rosewill (I think) 1000W Bronze-certified power supply
1TB hard drive AND 3TB hard drive (neither of which is solid-state)
SB Audigy sound card
NVIDIA GeForce GTX770 4GB graphics card
LG GH24LS50 CD/DVD drive

Three peripherals worth mentioning:
-Logitech G300s mouse (no, my keyboard's nothing special)
-Behringer Xenyx 302USB mixer board
-A USB adapter to use two Playstation 2 controllers with my PC
 

PixelDaFox

New Member
I wanted to wait on this as I'm undergoing the process of upgrading the computer over the next couple months (as the money comes in), but... I might as well list what I have now and if people really want to know the planned upgrade then I'll say something at that point. Note also that this rig is stuck playing most modern games on low or medium settings, but can still get something decent even then.

Some sort of Intel motherboard (seriously, nothing can seem to identify what this is, although it's apparently one made in 2012)
Intel Core 2 QuadCPU Q6600 @2.40 Ghz
8GB of DDR2 RAM
Rosewill (I think) 1000W Bronze-certified power supply
1TB hard drive AND 3TB hard drive (neither of which is solid-state)
SB Audigy sound card
NVIDIA GeForce GTX770 4GB graphics card
LG GH24LS50 CD/DVD drive

Three peripherals worth mentioning:
-Logitech G300s mouse (no, my keyboard's nothing special)
-Behringer Xenyx 302USB mixer board
-A USB adapter to use two Playstation 2 controllers with my PC
Your better off with Xbox 1 or 360 controllers as most games don't support dualshock4
 
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Decem

Guest
Case: NZXT S340
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 @ 3.8 GHz/1.248 V/stock cooler
RAM: 16 GB Muskin Redline 2666 MHz
Motherboard: MSI B350 Gaming Plus
GPU: EVGA GTX 970
PSU: EVGA 650 BQ
Storage: 2 x 128 GB SSD, 1 x 1 TB HDD
Mouse: Logitech G400
Keyboard: IBM Model M & Rosewill RK-9000BR
Monitors: 2 x shitty 1080p TN panels

I am currently trying to find a cheap GPU so I can set up GPU passthrough in Fedora.
 

tydowntyty

New Member
CPU: AMD FX-8320e (4GHz base)
GPU1: PowerColor R9 380 2GB (PCIe 2.0 x16)
GPU2: Gigabyte RX 460 2GB (PCIe 2.0 x1 Riser)
RAM: 14GBs of generic RAM.
Storage: 3.5TB of what ever I could get my hands on. (HDD1: 1TB HDD2,3,4,5,6: 500GB)

OS: Unraid
NAS: True
VMs: 2

VM1 (My PC):
- CPU: 4 Cores (0,1,2,3)
- RAM: 5.5GB
- OS: Windows 10
- GPU: R9 380

VM2 (Brother's PC):
- CPU: 4 Cores (4,5,6,7)
- RAM: 5.5GB
- OS: Windows 10
- GPU: RX 460
 

TrishaCat

The Cat in the FAF
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (EVGA)
Intel Core I5 4690k
8GB DDR3 RAM
500 GB SSD
1TB HDD
Windows 10 Pro

This bad boy still handles most games really well. Final Fantasy XV, Rise of the Tomb Raider, ...You name it, it can run it.
I mostly use it as a low budget JRPG machine though lol.
 
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