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Decided to make a place for talking about software, hardware and everything in between 

try and keep it calm, no roasting others for their specs (that's if there is an others XD) but remember it's all about 

FUN

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My specs:

Processor: AM3+ Zambezi 3.6GHz+

Ram: 16 GB of ram, 1600MHz 

Storage:Solid State Hard Drive (300G)

 GPU:AMD Radeon 7900 series GPU.

Anything else can be included 
 

Edit* I have two 8 gig ram cards but I only put one....

Edited by Akimoto Masato

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2 minutes ago, Akimoto Masato said:

Question for @atorq what the fuck is your picture? I honestly thought it was a dick

also better specs than mine, I think ;-;

BETA Soldier class, from Muv-Luv Alternative.

I also think so.

Edited by atorq
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Just now, atorq said:

BETA Solider class, from Muv-Luv Alternative.

I also think so.

I didn't know that Muv-Luv was still a thing... but still it looks like your about wank yourself, it looks like your throwing away the lube bottle after spraying it all over his hand ;-;

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CPU: i7 4790k, 4GHz

GPU: MSI GTX980 4G (bought it shortly before the 980Ti was announced, I would have bought one of those instead if I knew that before)

RAM: 16GB

Mainboard: ASUS Z97-Pro Gamer

SSD: Samsung EVO850 1TB (3 partitions, one for Linux Mint one for W7 Ultimate and one for some bigger games)

internal HDDs:

1x WD Green 500GB (with Linux Mint and the most important programms installed on it if the SSD breaks, not connected to the mainboard right now)

2x Toshiba 4TB

External HDDs:

2x Toshiba 2TB

2x 1TB (built myself from old Laptop HDDs)

 

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Motherboard: nearly 10 years old Gigabyte P35-DS3R

CPU: Core2Quad 6600 SLACR 2,44ghz OC'ed to 3,2ghz

GPU: Gigabyte Geforce 1050ti (Windforce Edition) 4GB

RAM: Kingston HyperX 8GB (4 x 2GB) 800mhz

SSD: Samsung EVO840 120GB - system partition / software

HDD: Seagate ST1000DM003-1SB10C 1TB - work / games / data / everything else

PSU: Silentium VERO L11 650W

Monitor: Asus ProArt PA238Q

I'm planning to retire this setup sometime later this year and build a new workstation; leaving this one for oldschool stuff along with my old 5:4 LG Flatrons.

Good times :chaika:

 

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1 hour ago, Akimoto Masato said:

@Narcosis contrary to your rank or level or idk what they call it here, your not my favorite ;-; this is the first time that I have ever seen your posts 

Because I typically don't shitpost, unlike the others? :makina:

Edited by Narcosis

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On 03.02.2017 at 10:49 PM, Akimoto Masato said:

Woo bought two nvidia titans today :P

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(Not my picture just wanted to give the people who didn't know what they were)

 

 

 

Wow, that's like a treasure!

Congrats!;)

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CPU: i5-4690 @3,5Ghz

GPU: Gigabyte Geforce 970 4GB

RAM: Kingston HyperX Savage 8GB (2x4)

SSD: Sandisk SSD PLUS 480 GB

HDD: Some Seagate 2TB

EHD : Western Digital Elements, 3TB

PSU: Some Cooler Master 550W

Monitor: Some Iiyama Prolite 23", IPS 60hz.

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My current laptop's specs:

  • Model: acer
  • Age: A year and 4 months
  • Intel Pentium Quad Core Processor N3700 (up to 2.4 GHz)
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • 4 GB DDR3 L Memory
  • 500 GB HDD

Current software installed:

  • Steam (obviously)
  • Clip Studio Paint 64-bit
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0
  • Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD 11
  • Anti-virus software: classified

My biggest gripe I have with my laptop is that it's not powerful enough to run really advanced PC games like Overwatch. Though to be fair, I never really intended to get a gaming computer in the first place, just a laptop that can give me basic necessities for school and work projects.

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I plan to upgrade to Ryzen, if it performs well. It would replace motherboard, CPU and RAM from i5 build.

  • AMD Ryzen R5 1500
  • Kingston HyperX 2x8GB DDR4  (from discount, ram prices are ridiculous)
  • AMD R9 285
  • ASRock AB350 / ASUS Prime B350 PLUS / BIOSTAR RACING B350 GT5 (needs more info)
  • Possible cpu cooler if stock one sucks (no AM4 mount for current one)
  • 2x 3TB Toshiba HDD, Intel 840 240gb , intel 60gb ssd
  • 500W PSU

Laptop: HP Pavilion DV2000 series. It's laptop I bought used in 2007 with 14.1" widescreen. Still works for light tasks.

Edited by pual

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Processor........: Intel Xeon X5670 @ OC 4.44GHz
Cooler............: Antec C400, 120mm LED
Case..............: Fractal Design Define R5
Memory...........: 16gb Corsair Dominator DDR3 1600MHz
Motherboard.....: Asus P6X58D-E
Graphics Card..: Asus GeForce GTX 960 Turbo OC
SSD................: Samsung SSD 750 EVO 250GB
HDD................: Seagate 2tb
Power Supply...: Seasonic 620W M12II-620 Evo
Sound Card......: Asus Xonar DG 5.1
OS..................: Windows 7 Professional
4x 1920x1080 monitors (2x23" and 2x22")

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In my coutry is hard to buy last generation pieces, but oka....
GPU: GTX 960 (4gb)
RAM: 8GB 1600mhz
CPU: i5 4460
HD: WD 1TB
OS: Dualboot, Windows 10 Pro + OSX El Capitan
and i put a corsair 600w...

Edited by marcus-beta

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So I ended up with this build:

AMD Ryzen 1700
Asus Prime B350+
Asus R9 285
Kingston HyperX 2x8GB

I don't have nitpicks about the ryzen performance itself, but sudden restarts do happen 1-3 times per month (sometimes shows MCE on reboot, other times not). At least my ryzen doesn't suffer from segfault problem. Compared to spring 2017 these bugs are less frequent but still happens, I've yet to update motherboard to agesa 1.0.0.6b which should further workaround the  (hardware?) bugs.

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Mine's cheap. I guess I'm never buying an APU again. But works like a charm to play VNs and some low-end games, and no issues worth of mention:

 

CPU - AMD A10 Quad Core 7850K "Kaveri" (released 2014)

Motherboard - MSI shit for that socket, not half bad, supposedly.

RAM - 8GB Crucial Ballistix 1600 MHz (I guess)

GPU - Integrated Radeon R7 (I guess it's a 250, like 1 GB of VRAM)

HDD - 1TB Western Digital Caviar

Screen - Asus 1080p

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A "VR ready" vanity rig I've inherited from my brother (as he got married and moved out without taking most of his stuff):

* Intel Core i7-5930k, 6 cores, 3,5GHz

* 16GB DDR3-2133 RAM

* Geforce GTX 970 4GB

* 128 GB SSD + 2 GB HDD

* Windows 10 Home

Runs all my VNs at consistent 60 FPS (although it's hard to click fast enough to test that correctly). :wahaha:

Edited by Plk_Lesiak

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