Post your PCs specs c:

by Oliver
  • Victory 07-18-2015, 02:30 PM (Edited 07-18-2015, 02:31 PM)
    OS: Kestrel Variety
    Processor: Royal Blue Variety
    RAM: Nadine Variety
    GFX Card: Desiree Variety

    Here's a picture of my build:
    [Image: nadine-potato-seed-200x200.jpg]
  • Kiss of Death 07-18-2015, 02:58 PM
    Build? What is a build? I have a laptop. A really shitty loud laptop that somehow runs most games.

    OS: Macrohard Doors 8.1 x64
    Processor: Intel Core i3 2.40 GHz
    RAM: 6 GB
    GFX Card: Intel HD Graphics 4000 and NVIDIA GeForce GT 635M
    Storage: 1TB
    Monitors: errr...
    Keyboard: natec Genesis R33
    Mouse: tracer Ghost
    Headset: natec Genesis H11
    Tablet: Wacom Bamboo Pad
  • Compa 07-27-2015, 02:27 PM
    (07-16-2015, 09:13 PM)CompaIsMyWaifu Wrote: OS: Windows 7 64-Bit Home Premium
    CPU: AMD Phenom II (Quadcore - 3.2 GHz)
    Motherboard: Gateway DX4200-09
    RAM: 4GB DDR2
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650
    HDD: 600 GB
    Monitor: Toshiba 40L5200 40in 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV
    Keyboard: ROCCAT ROC-12-721
    Mouse: Logitech M705
    Controller: Logitech F510
    Headset: Razer (unknown model, doesn't have the details printed on it)
    Speakers: Logitech Z323 (It's got a subwoofer~ :3)

    I used laptops for years and this is my first gaming desktop, it was originally just a regular Gateway that my friend had and I bought it from him for $200, then upgraded the video card and processor. I'm currently waiting on 4GB more RAM in the mail that I just ordered tonight, and I'll be taking the Windows 10 upgrade when that comes out so that I can actually use it. (Win 7 Home Premium caps out at 4GB, and I don't feel like paying for Professional)


    Just got my new RAM installed, and apparently my version of Windows does let me use the RAM without upgrading to 10, so I will be sticking with 7 :D

    I've tested it out with LoL and my gamecube emulator on max settings, works like a charm~ Since this is my final upgrade to the PC, I should be good for another year or two at least
  • Loko 07-27-2015, 04:58 PM
    Since I got a sort of better laptop.

    OS: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
    Processor: Intel Core i5-2450M CPU @ 2.50GHz
    RAM: 8 GB
    GFX Card: Intel HD Graphics 3000
    Storage: 698GB HITACHI HTS54757SA9E384 (SATA)
    Monitors: Generic PnP Monitor (1336x768@60Hz) & E19TSW (1440x900@60Hz)
    Keyboard: Still Laptop Keyboard
    Mouse: Still Shitty Mazer Mouse
    Mic: Shitty Laptop Mic
    Headphones: Still None
  • Edo 08-03-2015, 08:36 PM (Edited 08-03-2015, 08:37 PM)
    OS: Windows 10
    Processor: AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon Graphics 1.40GHz
    RAM: 4GB
    Storage: 452GB
    Monitors: 1
    Keyboard: Razer Deathstalker Essential
    Mouse: Some old 2006 Logitech piece of shit
    Mic: Built-in
    Headphones: Some skullcandy earphones idk.

    @Lokorfi here you go
  • Loko 08-03-2015, 08:41 PM
    (08-03-2015, 08:36 PM)Kaneki Wrote: OS: Windows 10
    Processor: AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon Graphics 1.40GHz
    RAM: 4GB
    Storage: 452GB
    Monitors: 1
    Keyboard: Razer Deathstalker Essential
    Mouse: Some old 2006 Logitech piece of shit
    Mic: Built-in
    Headphones: Some skullcandy earphones idk.

    @Lokorfi here you go


    Wow, you're right, that's pretty bad o.o
  • Edo 08-03-2015, 08:43 PM
    (08-03-2015, 08:41 PM)Lokorfi Wrote:
    (08-03-2015, 08:36 PM)Kaneki Wrote: OS: Windows 10
    Processor: AMD E1-1200 APU with Radeon Graphics 1.40GHz
    RAM: 4GB
    Storage: 452GB
    Monitors: 1
    Keyboard: Razer Deathstalker Essential
    Mouse: Some old 2006 Logitech piece of shit
    Mic: Built-in
    Headphones: Some skullcandy earphones idk.

    @Lokorfi here you go


    Wow, you're right, that's pretty bad o.o

    Told ya bae.
  • Clickbait 01-24-2017, 06:07 AM (Edited 01-24-2017, 06:08 AM)
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    and cuz speccy is retarded and doesn't pick up my gpu properly:
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  • seel 01-24-2017, 06:11 AM
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    New processor is nice compared to my old one. Feels good, hoping to maybe get a new GPU soon however that looks doubtful everyday.
  • Oppai 01-24-2017, 12:02 PM (Edited 01-24-2017, 12:04 PM)
    OS: Windows 10
    Processor: AMD 8300-FX
    RAM: 8GB
    GFX Card: GTX 650 Ti BOOST
    Storage: 250GB SSD & 1TB Hard drive
    Monitors: 1 Acer KA240HQ
    Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow Tournament Edition
    Mouse: i-rocks rock gaming mouse (my other cooler master mouse broke because cooler master are trash at peripherals)
    Mic: Floureon BM-800
    Headphones: Razer Krakens 7.1 chroma & Steel Series siberia V2
  • Viomi 01-24-2017, 12:15 PM (Edited 01-24-2017, 02:39 PM)
    OS: ArchLinux
    Processor: Intel Core i7 "Devil's Canyon", @4.0GHz
    RAM: 16GB
    GFX Card: ASUS Nvidia 1060 4GB
    Storage: 3TB External (exFAT) + 1TB Hard Drive (200GB ntfs [winblows for specific games], 800GB ext4) + 500GB Solid State Drive (Samsung 960 EVO, m.2 nvme, ext4)
    Monitors: 2 - 1920x1080 & 1200x1600 (Yes, you read that second resolution correctly. Portrait terminal screen ftw)
    Keyboard: Corsair K70 Cherry MX Blue Keys
    Mouse: Mionix Naos 8200
    Headset: Logitech G633

    Linux Specs (since ArchLinux doesn't come with a DM and such):
    Desktop Manager: Plasma (KDE)
    Window Manager: Openbox
    AUR Manager: pacaur
    Shell: zsh with oh-my-zsh modifications
    Editor: neovim / vim
  • Steph 01-24-2017, 02:16 PM
    OS: ArchLinux
    Processor: i5-3570K
    RAM: 16GB (4x4gb) corsair low profile 1600mhz 9-9-9-24
    GFX Card: Radeon HD 7850 OC
    Storage: 120gb SSD (ext4) + 1TB HDD (btrfs) (+ 1TB RAID1 on NAS (btrfs))
    Monitors:
    • 2048x1152 24" Samsung SyncMaster 2343bw (Manufactured week 48 of 2008) - Main monitor, used for web browsing + coding
    • 1920x1200 (16:10!) 24" Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP (Manufactured week 38 of 2006) - My best monitor, IPS, vertical, used for web browsing and viewing code
    • 1280x1024 Novatek 563A (Manufactured week 28 of 2004) - Shitty 5:4 old panel used for putting discord and other chat apps on
    Keyboard: Magicforce 60% with cherry MX blue equivalents (Also own a Monterey K018 with blue SMK alps mount switches)
    Mouse: Novatech NOV-MOUSE2, cheap and tacky but has served me well.
    Headset: HyperX Cloud 1, would recommend

    Shell: zsh
    WM: i3
    GTK theme: Vertex Dark
    AUR manager: yaourt (i should really switch)
    Editor: EMACS, MOTHERFUCKERS
  • Viomi 01-24-2017, 02:36 PM
    (01-24-2017, 02:16 PM)RX14 Wrote: OS: ArchLinux
    Processor: i5-3570K
    RAM: 16GB (4x4gb) corsair low profile 1600mhz 9-9-9-24
    GFX Card: Radeon HD 7850 OC
    Storage: 120gb SSD (ext4) + 1TB HDD (btrfs) (+ 1TB RAID1 on NAS (btrfs))
    Monitors:
    • 2048x1152 24" Samsung SyncMaster 2343bw (Manufactured week 48 of 2008) - Main monitor, used for web browsing + coding
    • 1920x1200 (16:10!) 24" Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP (Manufactured week 38 of 2006) - My best monitor, IPS, vertical, used for web browsing and viewing code
    • 1280x1024 Novatek 563A (Manufactured week 28 of 2004) - Shitty 5:4 old panel used for putting discord and other chat apps on
    Keyboard: Magicforce 60% with cherry MX blue equivalents (Also own a Monterey K018 with blue SMK alps mount switches)
    Mouse: Novatech NOV-MOUSE2, cheap and tacky but has served me well.
    Headset: HyperX Cloud 1, would recommend

    Shell: zsh
    WM: i3
    GTK theme: Vertex Dark
    AUR manager: yaourt (i should really switch)
    Editor: EMACS, MOTHERFUCKERS

    Oo, those details. You've inspired me to edit my post.
    A couple curious questions / comments:

    Is btrfs usable now? I was under the impression that it's still very young and prone to breakage.
    pacaur > yaourt
    And lastly... vim will win the fight >:)
  • Loko 01-24-2017, 02:42 PM
    Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
    CPU
    AMD A12-9800
    Bristol Ridge 28nm Technology
    RAM
    16.0GB Dual-Channel Unknown @ 1064MHz (15-15-15-36)
    Motherboard
    HP 822A (P0) 67 °C
    Graphics
    E19T5W (1440x900@60Hz)
    2048MB ATI AMD Radeon R9 M360 (Unknown) 56 °C
    Storage
    931GB Western Digital WDC WD10EZEX-60WN4A0 (SATA) 35 °C
    Optical Drives
    hp HLDS DVDRW GUD0N
    Audio
    Realtek High Definition Audio
  • Steph 01-24-2017, 03:20 PM (Edited 01-24-2017, 03:21 PM)
    (01-24-2017, 02:36 PM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 02:16 PM)RX14 Wrote: OS: ArchLinux
    Processor: i5-3570K
    RAM: 16GB (4x4gb) corsair low profile 1600mhz 9-9-9-24
    GFX Card: Radeon HD 7850 OC
    Storage: 120gb SSD (ext4) + 1TB HDD (btrfs) (+ 1TB RAID1 on NAS (btrfs))
    Monitors:
    • 2048x1152 24" Samsung SyncMaster 2343bw (Manufactured week 48 of 2008) - Main monitor, used for web browsing + coding
    • 1920x1200 (16:10!) 24" Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP (Manufactured week 38 of 2006) - My best monitor, IPS, vertical, used for web browsing and viewing code
    • 1280x1024 Novatek 563A (Manufactured week 28 of 2004) - Shitty 5:4 old panel used for putting discord and other chat apps on
    Keyboard: Magicforce 60% with cherry MX blue equivalents (Also own a Monterey K018 with blue SMK alps mount switches)
    Mouse: Novatech NOV-MOUSE2, cheap and tacky but has served me well.
    Headset: HyperX Cloud 1, would recommend

    Shell: zsh
    WM: i3
    GTK theme: Vertex Dark
    AUR manager: yaourt (i should really switch)
    Editor: EMACS, MOTHERFUCKERS

    Oo, those details. You've inspired me to edit my post.
    A couple curious questions / comments:

    Is btrfs usable now? I was under the impression that it's still very young and prone to breakage.
    pacaur > yaourt
    And lastly... vim will win the fight >:)


    BTRFS has been working without any issues for me for over a year. Other people seem to have different experiences. Keeping up to date with the latest kernel (i.e. use arch) is recommended. raid5 and raid6 modes are broken and should be disabled in mkfs.btrfs. If they are not disabled, dont use them. Apart from that, works a charm. Been saving me from corrupted files for quite a while on my random array of old shitty disks (2x500gb + 1x1tb, raid1).

    I know I know but I can't be assed to switch from yaourt. And vim's keybinds are nice. Too bad evil-mode exists, so I can use all my fancies that you dont get in vim, and keep the keybinds.
  • Viomi 01-24-2017, 06:07 PM
    (01-24-2017, 03:20 PM)RX14 Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 02:36 PM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 02:16 PM)RX14 Wrote: OS: ArchLinux
    Processor: i5-3570K
    RAM: 16GB (4x4gb) corsair low profile 1600mhz 9-9-9-24
    GFX Card: Radeon HD 7850 OC
    Storage: 120gb SSD (ext4) + 1TB HDD (btrfs) (+ 1TB RAID1 on NAS (btrfs))
    Monitors:
    • 2048x1152 24" Samsung SyncMaster 2343bw (Manufactured week 48 of 2008) - Main monitor, used for web browsing + coding
    • 1920x1200 (16:10!) 24" Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP (Manufactured week 38 of 2006) - My best monitor, IPS, vertical, used for web browsing and viewing code
    • 1280x1024 Novatek 563A (Manufactured week 28 of 2004) - Shitty 5:4 old panel used for putting discord and other chat apps on
    Keyboard: Magicforce 60% with cherry MX blue equivalents (Also own a Monterey K018 with blue SMK alps mount switches)
    Mouse: Novatech NOV-MOUSE2, cheap and tacky but has served me well.
    Headset: HyperX Cloud 1, would recommend

    Shell: zsh
    WM: i3
    GTK theme: Vertex Dark
    AUR manager: yaourt (i should really switch)
    Editor: EMACS, MOTHERFUCKERS

    Oo, those details. You've inspired me to edit my post.
    A couple curious questions / comments:

    Is btrfs usable now? I was under the impression that it's still very young and prone to breakage.
    pacaur > yaourt
    And lastly... vim will win the fight >:)


    BTRFS has been working without any issues for me for over a year. Other people seem to have different experiences. Keeping up to date with the latest kernel (i.e. use arch) is recommended. raid5 and raid6 modes are broken and should be disabled in mkfs.btrfs. If they are not disabled, dont use them. Apart from that, works a charm. Been saving me from corrupted files for quite a while on my random array of old shitty disks (2x500gb + 1x1tb, raid1).

    I know I know but I can't be assed to switch from yaourt. And vim's keybinds are nice. Too bad evil-mode exists, so I can use all my fancies that you dont get in vim, and keep the keybinds.


    And what fancies are those? :o
  • Steph 01-25-2017, 02:35 PM (Edited 01-25-2017, 02:37 PM)
    (01-24-2017, 06:07 PM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 03:20 PM)RX14 Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 02:36 PM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 02:16 PM)RX14 Wrote: OS: ArchLinux
    Processor: i5-3570K
    RAM: 16GB (4x4gb) corsair low profile 1600mhz 9-9-9-24
    GFX Card: Radeon HD 7850 OC
    Storage: 120gb SSD (ext4) + 1TB HDD (btrfs) (+ 1TB RAID1 on NAS (btrfs))
    Monitors:
    • 2048x1152 24" Samsung SyncMaster 2343bw (Manufactured week 48 of 2008) - Main monitor, used for web browsing + coding
    • 1920x1200 (16:10!) 24" Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP (Manufactured week 38 of 2006) - My best monitor, IPS, vertical, used for web browsing and viewing code
    • 1280x1024 Novatek 563A (Manufactured week 28 of 2004) - Shitty 5:4 old panel used for putting discord and other chat apps on
    Keyboard: Magicforce 60% with cherry MX blue equivalents (Also own a Monterey K018 with blue SMK alps mount switches)
    Mouse: Novatech NOV-MOUSE2, cheap and tacky but has served me well.
    Headset: HyperX Cloud 1, would recommend

    Shell: zsh
    WM: i3
    GTK theme: Vertex Dark
    AUR manager: yaourt (i should really switch)
    Editor: EMACS, MOTHERFUCKERS

    Oo, those details. You've inspired me to edit my post.
    A couple curious questions / comments:

    Is btrfs usable now? I was under the impression that it's still very young and prone to breakage.
    pacaur > yaourt
    And lastly... vim will win the fight >:)


    BTRFS has been working without any issues for me for over a year. Other people seem to have different experiences. Keeping up to date with the latest kernel (i.e. use arch) is recommended. raid5 and raid6 modes are broken and should be disabled in mkfs.btrfs. If they are not disabled, dont use them. Apart from that, works a charm. Been saving me from corrupted files for quite a while on my random array of old shitty disks (2x500gb + 1x1tb, raid1).

    I know I know but I can't be assed to switch from yaourt. And vim's keybinds are nice. Too bad evil-mode exists, so I can use all my fancies that you dont get in vim, and keep the keybinds.


    And what fancies are those? :o


    • Seamless editing on remote servers using tramp-mode over ssh. You just edit /ssh:hostname:/path/to/file instead of /path/to/file. All plugins work great remotely. Compile commands etc. are seamlessly executed on the remote machine without configuring anything. 
    • Multiple windows work much, much better on emacs than vim. You can place windows (emacs calls them frames) on multiple monitors, buffers are shared for all open frames and you can even have the same buffer open on multiple frames. Registers (yank/paste) are also shared between windows. In vim, you have to open a completely seperate vim instance for each monitor, and the instances interact in weird ways, especially with backup files.
    • Magit (git for emacs) is the only git gui I prefer to commandline. It's very close to the commandline in many ways, which is probably why. Magit commands map almost 1:1 to git commands, but the command output is formatted in a nicer way.

    Thats just a few things. I've never used emacs without spacemacs, so I can't attest to that either.
  • Amato Masaki 01-25-2017, 08:45 PM (Edited 01-25-2017, 08:47 PM)
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    >Its HP1000-****TU

    i forgot the numbers
    sry 
    Yeah i bought it around 4 years ago
  • Viomi 01-27-2017, 06:38 AM
    (01-25-2017, 02:35 PM)RX14 Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 06:07 PM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 03:20 PM)RX14 Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 02:36 PM)Viomi Wrote: Oo, those details. You've inspired me to edit my post.
    A couple curious questions / comments:

    Is btrfs usable now? I was under the impression that it's still very young and prone to breakage.
    pacaur > yaourt
    And lastly... vim will win the fight >:)


    BTRFS has been working without any issues for me for over a year. Other people seem to have different experiences. Keeping up to date with the latest kernel (i.e. use arch) is recommended. raid5 and raid6 modes are broken and should be disabled in mkfs.btrfs. If they are not disabled, dont use them. Apart from that, works a charm. Been saving me from corrupted files for quite a while on my random array of old shitty disks (2x500gb + 1x1tb, raid1).

    I know I know but I can't be assed to switch from yaourt. And vim's keybinds are nice. Too bad evil-mode exists, so I can use all my fancies that you dont get in vim, and keep the keybinds.


    And what fancies are those? :o


    • Seamless editing on remote servers using tramp-mode over ssh. You just edit /ssh:hostname:/path/to/file instead of /path/to/file. All plugins work great remotely. Compile commands etc. are seamlessly executed on the remote machine without configuring anything. 
    • Multiple windows work much, much better on emacs than vim. You can place windows (emacs calls them frames) on multiple monitors, buffers are shared for all open frames and you can even have the same buffer open on multiple frames. Registers (yank/paste) are also shared between windows. In vim, you have to open a completely seperate vim instance for each monitor, and the instances interact in weird ways, especially with backup files.
    • Magit (git for emacs) is the only git gui I prefer to commandline. It's very close to the commandline in many ways, which is probably why. Magit commands map almost 1:1 to git commands, but the command output is formatted in a nicer way.

    Thats just a few things. I've never used emacs without spacemacs, so I can't attest to that either.


    I won't reply to all of those but I do want to ask: For multiple windows, have you heard of things like neovim?
  • Steph 01-27-2017, 07:47 PM
    (01-27-2017, 06:38 AM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-25-2017, 02:35 PM)RX14 Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 06:07 PM)Viomi Wrote:
    (01-24-2017, 03:20 PM)RX14 Wrote: BTRFS has been working without any issues for me for over a year. Other people seem to have different experiences. Keeping up to date with the latest kernel (i.e. use arch) is recommended. raid5 and raid6 modes are broken and should be disabled in mkfs.btrfs. If they are not disabled, dont use them. Apart from that, works a charm. Been saving me from corrupted files for quite a while on my random array of old shitty disks (2x500gb + 1x1tb, raid1).

    I know I know but I can't be assed to switch from yaourt. And vim's keybinds are nice. Too bad evil-mode exists, so I can use all my fancies that you dont get in vim, and keep the keybinds.


    And what fancies are those? :o


    • Seamless editing on remote servers using tramp-mode over ssh. You just edit /ssh:hostname:/path/to/file instead of /path/to/file. All plugins work great remotely. Compile commands etc. are seamlessly executed on the remote machine without configuring anything. 
    • Multiple windows work much, much better on emacs than vim. You can place windows (emacs calls them frames) on multiple monitors, buffers are shared for all open frames and you can even have the same buffer open on multiple frames. Registers (yank/paste) are also shared between windows. In vim, you have to open a completely seperate vim instance for each monitor, and the instances interact in weird ways, especially with backup files.
    • Magit (git for emacs) is the only git gui I prefer to commandline. It's very close to the commandline in many ways, which is probably why. Magit commands map almost 1:1 to git commands, but the command output is formatted in a nicer way.

    Thats just a few things. I've never used emacs without spacemacs, so I can't attest to that either.


    I won't reply to all of those but I do want to ask: For multiple windows, have you heard of things like neovim?


    Looks like the issue is still open for me: https://github.com/neovim/neovim/issues/2161.

    Besides, if I'm switching vim implementations, why not switch to emacs?
  • Venny 02-03-2017, 11:48 AM
    amd fx 8150
    cm 212+evo
    gtx 660
    8gb dd3
    120gb kingston ssd
    2x 1tb wd blue
    some shitty gigabyte psu
    anime figures in the case
    nzxt s340
  • Red 02-07-2017, 09:17 PM
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  • Kiutsu 02-23-2017, 10:49 PM
    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate (cracked)
    Processor: i5 650
    RAM: 12gb
    GFX Card: GeForce GTX 650Ti
    Storage: 2x1tb + 250go ssd
    Monitors: Asus shitty screen, overclocked to 75hz
    Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow ultimate 2016
    Mouse: Razer Mamba TE
    Mic: iphone headset or syberia v2
    Headphones: same as mic
    :)
  • Biggest_Mike 02-25-2017, 03:57 AM
    Desktop
    OS: Windows 10 Pro
    Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650
    RAM: 8GB DDR2
    GFX Card: Nvidia GTX 660 Zotac
    Storage:
    (Anime) A: 1TB
    ("C") C: 1TB
    (Storage) E: 500GB
    (Manga) M: 80GB
    Monitor(s):
    1908FP Dell 19-inch UltraSharp Monator
    Element 21' 1080p TV
    Keyboard: Logitech k120
    Mouse: Logitech LX3
    Mic: Turtle Beach EarForce Recon 50X
    Headphones: Turtle Beach EarForce Recon 50X

    Laptop (Dell Precision M6300)
    OS: Windows 10 Pro
    Processor: Intel Core 2 Extream X9000
    RAM: 6GB DDR2
    GFX Card: Nvidia Quadro 1600M
    Storage: 320 Western Digtial Blue
    Monitors: N/A
    Keyboard: N/A
    Mouse: Some Wireless Mouse
    Mic: N/A
    Headphones: Some Sony Earbuds
  • All in One 02-26-2017, 12:15 AM
    OS: Dual boot with Debian and Windows 7 Home Premium
    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965
    RAM: 16GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 668MHz
    Motherboard: ASUS M5A97
    GPU: 1023MB Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti
    Sound: SB Audigy
    Display(s): Two 1920x1080 monitors at 60Hz
    Storage: 465GB Seagate HDD (C:) 2794GB Western Digital My Book HDD (F:)
    Peripherals: Dell USB mouse, Logitech USB keyboard, Sony headphones, Logitech headset

    RAM used to be 8GB but aside from that much the same set of hardware since I first built it four years ago. I've thought about upgrading my video card though I think I'll stick with what I have for a bit longer.

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