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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by jackeo21, Jul 1, 2013.
32 bit windows. He probably has 4gb.
He might be sharing his RAM with his graphics card, thus the 750mb gone
Plus my operating system windows 7 is not 32 bit it is 64 bit
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Strangely it says 4GB RAM but Only 3.25GB RAM usable
Windows 7 is available in both 32 and 64 bit versions
I got a few small upgrades to accompany a large one
Replaced my i7 2700k with a 3770k so that pcie-3.0 is usable on my board
replaced my corsair AX 850 with an AX 1200
and I got a Gigabyte AMD R9 295x2 gpu
and a it was all a tight fit because I now have two radiators in there haha. (1x 120mm for the R9 295x2 and a 240mm for my 3770k)
a small difference to the last image is that its got 16gb of G.skill Ripjaws ram now instead of just 8gb
I feel like every serious BeamNG player has added to this thread. Since that may or may not be the case, I might as well jump onto the bandwagon. My, so far, one and only computer to play BeamNG with is a Windows 8.1 Toshiba Satellite L55t-A5290 with an annoying-ass touch screen (Toshiba, y u do dis?), an Intel Core i5 processor, and 8 gigabytes of DDR3 RAM. Quite ironically, I don't know much about computers, so I have no idea what "8GB DDR3 RAM" means, other than the fact that I have a shit ton of RAM, which I'm 99% sure is a really good thing. I also have a Logitech F310 gamepad that works rather well, as well as a wireless Logitech USB mouse with a temperamental USB plug-in, but other than that, my computer is completely factory spec. I do plan on getting an external hard drive for it sometime in the near future. But she works well for a modern laptop that's almost one full year old.
Here are my specs; have had this computer a couple of years and it's served me well.
Had plenty of money at the time so went down the route of water cooled cpu and good quality parts.
**I removed this post because I'm just embarrassing myself at this point
It's quite warm in my living room.
Not as warm as mine My gpu is normally 60 something Degrees Celcius
(imported from here) +
(imported from here) = next gen pc!
Upgraded my PC recently, here's the updated list
i5 3570k @4.5GHz (Corsair H100i Push/Pull)
Gigabyte G1.Sniper 3 Z77
2x Asus DirectCU II 7970 @1100/1500MHz CrossFire
Patriot Viper Extreme 8GB @2000MHz
2x Mushkin Chronos Deluxe 240GB Raid 0
2x 1TB Seagate Barracuda
Corsair AX1200 Gold
Windows 8.1 Pro
MOBO: ASUS Z87K
VIDEO CARD: Geforce GTX 770 OC
RAM: 8GB DDR5(Upgrading)
CPU: INTEL I5 4670 Quad Core @3.40
STORAGE: 500GB SSD, 2 Western Digital 1TB HDD
POWER: COOL MASTER GX 650 Bronze
SOUND CARD: SOUNDBLASTER RECON 3D(Get it if you have the money works great with headphone and offers plenty of power.)
OS: WINDOW'S 7 64
MONITOR: LG 24' FLATRON
STEERING WHEEL: LOGITECH G27
That's all I can think of :0
except that my pc has more than 93 GB of disk space(1TB):
32bit windows makes it 3.5g usable then the gpu on top of that brings it down to 3.25!
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Ready for the incredible undefeatable POTATO
C2Q Q6600 2.4GHZ - POTATO
2GB DDR2-800 - Not so POTATO
Nvidia Geforce GT610 - Very POTATO
HDD 300gb WD Velociraptor 10kRPM - GOOD!
305W Dell PSU -Not so Potato
Screen Dell 1280x1024 - used at 1280x720 W black bars - Not so potato
And don't forget the most important potato of them all!
Dell Dimension E520!!!!!!!!!!
23FPS Gavril D15
29FPS Ibishu Covet
and Dreaded Moonhawk
CPU COOLER: Akasa venom
CD DRIVE: Pioneer lbk something or other, cant really remember.
PSU: Cooler master silent pro 600w 80+gold
CASE: Enermax Luxuray (really love how it looks, would be awful for water cooling though. End of line either way)
SOUND CARD: Xonar DX (with Cmedia UNi drivers)
GPU upgrade soon hopefully.
Over all i can recommend every single component i used in my PC apart from the GPU which is unstable due to hardware/nvidia driver conflicts as far as i can tell. Get tons of hardware error bsod's. Also cant recommend the cd drive, it is stupidly loud and wasn't a cheap one either.
But i use 64-bit Operating system
My PC specs:
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit;
Hard Drive: 1TB SATA;
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz (4CPUs);
Videocard: Asus AMD Radeon R7 260X;
Power Supply: Chieftec GPS ATX2.3 80+ 700W;
Motherboard: Asus P8H77-M PRO.
So can anyone figure out what I've done here to get a mobile processor and desktop GPU? This is not a troll either, 100% legit. Let me know what you think I've done.
Either thunderbolt to external PCI caddy or a mini itx motherboard with integrated CPU (of which a few exist). Either way, that chip won't be supporting the GPU fully when it can only achieve a Max of 2*4 pci