Each post your PC specs

Discussion in 'Computer Hardware' started by cheems_samurai, May 14, 2021.

  1. cheems_samurai

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    Keep it simple, or go off if you want to :)

    Here's mine:
    1.8 TB HDD and 1 TB SSD
    RTX 2070 Super
    i9 10900f 10th gen
    32 gig ram
     
  2. TC203

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    250GB SSD
    AMD Radeon HD 6470M
    Intel core i7-2640M
    8GB ram
     
  3. IonicOwl

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    CPU: Ryzen 5 3600X
    Motherboard: Aorus X570 Elite
    GPU: RTX 3080 FE
    RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 3600MHz
    SSD: 1TB Aorus NVMe Gen4
    PSU: Corsair AX760
    Cooler: Fractal Design Celsius+ S28 Dynamic
    Case: Lian Li Lancool II Mesh
    Display: Aorus FI27QP
    Keyboard: Logitech G512 SE
    Mouse: Logitech G502 Hero Lightspeed

    Currently gathering parts for watercooling.
     
  4. NaNe

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    CPU:Intel Core2 Quad Q9650 OC @ 3.5Ghz currently
    RAM:8GB DDR3 1666Mhz
    Motherboard:Gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2
    GPU:Powercolor Radeon 7790 OC
    SSD:240GB Kingston A400
    HDD:500GB Samsung 7200RPM
    Cooler:Cooler Master Xdream i117
    Case:Thermaltake Soprano RS101
    Monitor:LG Flatron W2043S
     
  5. P_enta

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    CPU: Ryzen 9 5900x,12c/24t
    RAM: 64Gb 3333mhz DDR4 cl17
    Motherboard: Asus X570-E Gaming
    GPU: AMD Radeon RX6800XT 16gb Reference
    SSD: 500GB Samsung 970 Evo
    HDD: WD Blue 6TB, Toshiba MQ 500GB
    Cooler: BeQuiet Dark Rock 4
    Case: Phanteks P500A RGB - White
    Monitor: Samsung CHG90 49” (5120x1440)
     
  6. Cayenne

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    I have too many computers, so I'll just do my iMac for now.
    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E7600
    RAM: 4GB 1066 DDR3
    Motherboard: Apple iMac 10,1 Logic Board
    GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6750M 256M Mac Edition
    HDD: 1TB Hitachi 7200RPM
    Cooler/Case: 2009 Aluminum iMac 21.5in
    Monitor: 21.5in Apple IPS (1920x1080)
     
  7. Phym

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    Cpu: Intel Core i7 10700K
    RAM: Corsair vengeance rgb 3200 ddr4
    Motherboard: Msi MAG Z490 Tomahawk
    GPU: Evga Nvidia Geforce Rtx 3070 ftw3 ultra
    SSD: Crucial P2 250gb(probably gonna get a p5)
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2Tb
    Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper
    Case: Systemax... I have no idea what model, oh, and screw side panels
    Monitor: Dell P2217H (1920x1080p, 60hz, Inky blacks)
    keyboard: Steelseries Apex 7(red linear)
    Mouse: Steelseries rival 600
    PSU: Evga 750bq
    cable management: 6/10 imo
     
  8. hachi2JZ

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    Currently i5-4570, RX580, 16GB DDR3 1600MHz, Dell OEM mobo.
    Upgrading atm though, with a Ryzen 2600, 16GB DDR4 3200MHz, MSI X470 :)

    Other specs are Gamemax GP-550 PSU, 500GB HDD, 480GB + 128GB SSDs, Arctic P14 fan, TP-Link 300mbps wireless card.

    Peripherals are: Acer 1080p/75Hz monitor, with two older TVs as secondary monitors (768/60Hz, 1080/50Hz), Xbox One controller, Victsing keyboard and mousepad, Logitech G203, Logitech Driving Force GT, Razer Kraken Xs, a comfy Xrocker chair
     
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  9. hellacat

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    Hmm yes time to list everything
    R7 2700 with gammaxx 400 cooler with gaming cat fur
    48gb DDR4 at 3000mhz
    X470 gigabyte aorus ultra gaming
    MSI Ventus 2070
    Soundblaster AE-5
    Chinese twin SATA card
    Intel pro 1000 PT network card
    Intel 660P 512GB Nvme
    4 or so worn out disks adding up to 6 ters
    Greasy server fans
    Corsair 750d with a smashed in side panel
    Corsair cx750 PSU
    An lg bluray drive
    Insects probably
    For a monitor i have an AOC ag241qx which i love because of its inputs.
    Second monitor is a lenovo i forget the name of
    Third monitor is a compaq Qvision 210 for my older pcs. Also hooked up to my main with a crappy dp to vga
    Razer bailisk for mouse
    Gigabyte K9 kbd
    ATH-SR6 headphones
    Obligitory snowball mic
    Logitech z5500 speakers
    A full metal office chair with a date code of 1972
    M3D micro 3d printer
    HP laserjet 1020 gaming printer with chinese toner
    Xbox controller
    An xbox kinnect i use as a 3d scanner
     
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  10. cklmetl

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    for me:
    CPU: intel core i5 8300H
    GPU 0 & 1:intel UHD graphics 630 & nvidia GEforce GTX1050TI
    RAM: 16 GB
    OS windows 10 x64
    SSD 256GB
    HDD 1TB
    2 monitor : MSI laptop initial monitor and LG Ultra wide 21/9
    controllers : 2 logitech : G920 and Gamepad F310
    mouse: HPX500 USB Optical mouse
    keyboards : Laptop by STEELSERIES or USB GAMING Keyboard
    and special air cooler and gaming boost by MSI laptop
     
  11. veljko

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    cpu: amd ryzen 5 1600
    gpu: gtx 1650
    ram: 8 gb
    ssd 240 gb


    yes its prebuilt,how did you know?
     
  12. Alexbaba03

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    I’m getting one custom built soonish so I’ll fill you in then
     
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  13. Chris6ix

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    CPU: Ryzen 5 5600X
    RAM: 16GB 3600mhz
    Motherboard: MSI B450 Mortar Max
    GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 3G (Trying to get an RTX 3080)
    SSD: 2x 2TB Samsung EVO 970 Plus
    HDD: 2TB Seagate + 1TB Toshiba
    Cooler: MSI Mag Coreliquid 240R
    Case: Silverstone SST-LD01B
    Monitor: MSI 2560x1440@165hz + 2x MSI 1920x1080@165hz
     
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  14. cklmetl

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    full 165hz has i see
     
  15. Chris6ix

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    Yes because I wanted to have 3 monitors that look exactly the same (So satisfying) but MSI doesn't have a 60hz variant of that Monitor...that's why I got 3 165hz Monitors (1 Main with 1440p for Gaming, 1 1080p for Discord and 1 1080p for Spotify, YouTube and other Apps)
    And when I got my 3080 I can combine all 3 Monitors to play at 5760x3240 ultrawide for Racing Games with my Steering Wheel is going to be so super satisfying ;)
     
  16. fufsgfen

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    Heatsink is dusty, needs cleanup, actually it was that dusty when I installed it to case, just haven't gotten around to clean it as it requires new thermal paste then and only way to clean that is to take heatsink to garage and use compressor and air gun.
    But this is computer I use mostly for modding, there is no fan in CPU cooler, also there is no fan in PSU either, it is just 6th gen i3 and I use integrated graphics, there is more powerful PCs for gaming and such, but for modding and coding, I find this machine being great.


    i3-6100, Cooler is Macho Rev.B, AVX benchmark CPU might hit 50C, but usually stays below 40C
    16GB CL14 2666Mhz DDR4
    Samsung 256GB M2 Nvme drive, it is 950 oem only version that is still today really fast, I have 970 Evo Plus which is lot slower in practice. However it runs really really hot, over 100C if not heatsinked.
    Crucial 256GB basic SSD
    Motherboard is Asus Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura which I got 2nd hand.
    There is Windows 7 which I use mainly, but also sometimes live linux distros.

    Fans run between 400 and 500rpm under stress test.

    Case and fans are only new parts, everything else is old parts that were lying around.

    There isn't much in terms of RGB, there is one red led though that is on always when connected to power, then there is diagnostics led, but I guess that is pretty much it.

    Also 3D printed some fan guards that I designed to roof fans, next I'm thinking of making bracket for 120mm fan for VRM cooling, then some cable sorting out and printing some covers for cleaner look and of course heatsink cleanup and it should be somewhat trouble free for couple of years I hope.
     
  17. cklmetl

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    i hope too, because the heatsink is a very important part of the computer, without, your computer can crash again and again
     
  18. FordKing

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    CPU: Intel Core 6700
    RAM: 16 G
    Motherboard: ASUS H170-Pro
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
    Monitor(s):DELL SE2719H-Main,Sceptre E20-Secondary
    Keyboard:Logitech G910
    Mouse:Logitech G502 Hero
     
  19. EN07Z

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    meet my epic gamink pc (HP Pavilion 15-p285ur)
    CPU: Intel Core i7 5500U 2cores 4threads
    RAM: 1x8gb 1600mhz samsung ram (default)
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 840M (dead)
    IGPU: Intel HD5500 128mb (main)
    Storage: 128gb Kingston A400 + 1tb 5400rpm HDD (default)
     
  20. AzureSaturn

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    My New Gaming PC that i'll switch over to in a few weeks.
    CPU: R7 3700X 8C/16T
    RAM: 2x16GB G.Skill TridentZ Royal 3200 MHz
    SSD: 1TB 970 Pro Gen4/1TB 870 Pro
    Case: H510 Elite
    PSU: ASUS ROG Strix 850W 80+ Gold
    Cooler: ASUS ROG Strix LC 240 RGB
    GPU: PowerColor RX 6700 XT RedDevil 12GB
    Motherboard: ASUS TUF X570-Plus w/ Built-In Wi-Fi
    Keyboard: HyperX Alloy Origins Core TKL
    Mouse: Logitech G502 Lightspeed (Wireless)
    Monitor: ASUS TUF Gaming 27" (2560 x 1440, 165Hz)
     
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