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Post by XTC » 14 Oct 2002, 03:17

so what kind of comps do ya have? 8O 8O 8O 8O
Mine:

CPU: AMD 1127mhz
Graphic Card: NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS PRO 64mb
Memory/HDD: 512sdram/40gb hdd
well hmm.. thats it and a adsl 512/256 connection :P
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Post by Antz » 14 Oct 2002, 05:47

1,4 GHz Athlon
512 ram
GeForce 2 MMX 400 64Mbit (sucks!)
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Post by ribot » 14 Oct 2002, 07:53

1,6 Ghz AMD XP
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32 MB ATI RADEON
256 MB DDR
60 GB IBM HD + 80 GB WD HD
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Post by Kopaka » 14 Oct 2002, 08:23

CPU: Intel Pentim 500mzh
Ram: 128 of some kind
Riva (TNT) 128/128ZX
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Some speed DVD drive
10/100mbit 3com netcard
IBM G54 "15 Monitor
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Mawane » 6 Sep 2008, 18:05

New computer set :)
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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 6 Sep 2008, 20:31

omg... i thought my computer is awful...

3GHz
1GB RAM (166MHz)
80GB HDD WD
graphics: Galaxy GeForce FX5200 128MB RAM 64bit
sound card integrated with mainboard (a bit poor sound)
DVD recorder
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Post by Zweq » 7 Sep 2008, 10:08

http://mopolauta.moposite.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=105
Zweq wrote:boxor are antec something II
Mainboard: ares some asus P5B series, dont remembar more specifically. har pci-e, sata etc, supports sum 800mhz duno if moar
Power supply: duno sum 450W
Processor: duo 6400E, custom fan(which I might change when I har to rise clock spead)
RAM: 2gigz twin
Display Card: some nvidia 7600 xt (or was it GT?)
Hard Disks: some western digital 200GB sata and old IDE drive, 120GBwhere I pump downloads
Sound Card: some integrated thing, is realy oki
Keyboard: some old abula usb keyboard (COMPAQ)I got from juzam :D, and for elma I have something called MITSUMI from the 80s, decent elma keyb, not the best
Mouse: some logitech ball shice(those are teh best and cheapest!)
Monitor: 19" samsung syncmaster 957MB, very... VERY good monitor, just big :(
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i have changed motherboard to p5k-pro or sach and bought a 700GB HD so i could get rid of old IDE (the 120GB one) drive.
next in queue is probably monitor or graphics card, 4GB mem wouldnt hurt either (DDR2 800 or 1066Mhz)
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Post by Mawane » 27 Jul 2011, 01:24

Just ordered:

XPS8300
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Windows® 7 Family Edition Premium 64 bit, french (gonna switch to english)
Intel® Core™ i7-2600 Processor (8 MB Cache, 3,4 GHz)
Dual channel memory SDRAM DDR3 of 12 Go 1333MHz - 4 DIMMs (w00t 16gig!)
Single AMD Radeon™ HD 6870
Hard drive SATA of 2To, 3.0Go/s at 7200 r/min wich 64MB Cache
2 USB 3.0 ports
Hauppauge HVR1250 hybrid TV Tuner + remote control
Logitech Z313 2.1 Speaker System
THX® TruStudio PC™
Keyboard USB Dell, french
Laser Dell Mice
Microsoft LifeCam HD-5000 Web Camera
Blu-ray combo drive (8x BD-R, DVD + /-RW) with DVD+R and possibility of double layer write
Microsoft® Office Starter 2010 (Included, but only Word/Excel, I wanted powerpoint too :( )
Adobe Acrobat® Reader 9.0 multilingual (I don't care but was included)
McAfee SecurityCenter, 15 months (I don't care but was included, might remove if it slows too much computer)
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Igge » 27 Jul 2011, 01:41

And this is why we don't buy pre-made computers.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 27 Jul 2011, 01:55

Pawq to Mawane wrote:if new pc I really recommend putting one together yourself. it's rather ez, and will get you far better performance
Unfortunately Maw, you listened to me about NOTHING except the gpu... Huge shame on you, half of the money has just successfully been wasted. And that page says it has Radeon HD 5770. And 460W PSU. I really wish that PSU fucking good luck handling 3.4 GHz i7 cpu (oh dear who buys that...), HD 6870 gpu and 16 GBs of 1333MHz RAM. Good fucking luck.

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Mawane » 27 Jul 2011, 02:59

Pawq wrote:
Pawq to Mawane wrote:if new pc I really recommend putting one together yourself. it's rather ez, and will get you far better performance
Unfortunately Maw, you listened to me about NOTHING except the gpu...
hey, i asked your opinion, didnt ask to choose for me, i do waht i want from people opinions
Pawq wrote:Huge shame on you, half of the money has just successfully been wasted.
so what, did it remove money from YOUR bank account? yes I admit some parts are useless, but overall is great to me
Pawq wrote:And that page says it has Radeon HD 5770. And 460W PSU. I really wish that PSU fucking good luck handling 3.4 GHz i7 cpu (oh dear who buys that...), HD 6870 gpu and 16 GBs of 1333MHz RAM. Good fucking luck.
oh, well, I modified some parts after that page, final stuff is in the list, still something that computer cant handle? [insert lame joke here] and why i7 would be SOOO wrong, its one of the latest processors on the market
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Ecchi » 27 Jul 2011, 03:48

Nothing wrong with the cpu, its the power supply hes moaning about. Which I also think will fail to deliver enough power for that setup if you put a heavy load on it:)
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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 27 Jul 2011, 08:34

Mawane wrote:I modified some parts after that page, final stuff is in the list, still something that computer cant handle? [insert lame joke here] and why i7 would be SOOO wrong, its one of the latest processors on the market
ofc i7 will provide sick performance, but probably not more than abit oced 2.66g 2core i5, which would cost like 5 times less. Also you haven't mentioned the power supply in the list Maw. And if it's really 460W that I feel sorry for you, it's less than I have for my configuration, which is like 10 times less demanding on power :/ (When I got this pc though I'd head 350W, which was too little, that's why I've changed to 500W)
If you're interested in having really an outstandingly stable configuration and you're not short on money, then I recommend changing the psu.

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Bismuth » 27 Jul 2011, 08:39

I have something kinda similar to maw's config: i7-950, GTX 465 card, 1TB hdd 6GB ram and my power supply has a solid 600W of power to give all that juice. I had a 500W and it stood a good two weeks.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 27 Jul 2011, 08:41

It may have stood is, but I guess it didn't like it. Google says that Maw's gpu and cpu alone may use up to 320W. That leaves him with 140W for everything else, provided that the psu really delivers those 460w... psus mounted in pre-made computers are often some nonames :/

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Post by Bismuth » 27 Jul 2011, 08:52

Pawq wrote:It may have stood is, but I guess it didn't like it.
I may guess, considering the heat when it shut down, that it didn't much.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Grace » 27 Jul 2011, 09:16

Mawane wrote: Intel® Core™ i7-2600 Processor (8 MB Cache, 3,4 GHz)
Dual channel memory SDRAM DDR3 of 16 Go 1333MHz - 4 DIMMs (w00t 16gig!)
Single AMD Radeon™ HD 6870
McAfee SecurityCenter, 15 months (I don't care but was included, might remove if it slows too much computer)
Lol. Have fun with your expensive computer that'll run as fast as a pentium 4 :)

You'll want to remove McAfee or the power supply won't cope. Oh and about 50% of the RAM too.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 27 Jul 2011, 09:20

From what I know RAM consumes just a few Watts per stick, so it doesn't really matter (though buying 16GB is seriously ridiculous :D))), but BluRay Burner + all the other shit.. :D
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Kopaka » 27 Jul 2011, 10:19

While I am also very much pro assembling your own computer, to be fair it is no where near twice as expensive to buy a premade one, come on. If you bought those exact same parts individually I'm sure the price wouldn't be that much different, ofcourse then you can fit it to your exact need and not "overbuy" in some areas, but still.

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Post by Mawane » 27 Jul 2011, 20:15

Ecchi wrote:Well, as you're not gonna overclock it or anything it MIGHT work, but if it doesnt get enough power it will just shut down when it gets some load or just not start at all, shouldnt hurt other components though.
oh well, I'll see when I'll boot computer and after a while, lets hope it works fine, if not, then I'll think about new PSU

if not, any idea what else would be good? 600W? and must fit in computer box
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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 27 Jul 2011, 20:59

Mawane wrote:
Ecchi wrote:any idea what else would be good? 600W? and must fit in computer box
(Almost) all PSUs have standard sizes, so you don't have to worry about that (always worth checking).
About power - 1. seems you have money 2. it's quite a powerful pc 3. you will probably want to improve something in some years
therefore I recommend this 850W OCZ Z Series, or if it's too expensive - 850W OCZ GameXStream. 100% power of this PSU probably won't be used right away, but too much is definitely better than too little. Also as I mentioned, once you decide to switch to something more powerful inside, you won't have to bother about the PSU. You will never have to bother about it actually. It's a very forward-looking investment, but it pays off, believe me :)

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Post by Mawane » 8 Jul 2014, 04:40

just bought this cheap crap for my incoming irl meeting with dev:
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Product Name 15-g029ca
Product Number F9J05UA
Microprocessor 1.0GHz AMD E1-2100 Accelerated Processor
Microprocessor Cache 1MB L2 Cache
Memory 4GB DDR3L SDRAM (1 DIMM)
Memory Slots 1 user accessible
Video Graphics AMD Radeon HD 8210 Graphics
Display 15.6-inch diagonal HD BrightView LED-backlit display (1366x768)
Hard Drive 320GB 5400RPM hard drive
Multimedia Drive SuperMulti DVD burner
Network Card 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)
Wireless Connectivity 1x1 802.11b/g/n WLAN
Sound HD Audio with stereo speakers
Keyboard Full-size island-style keyboard with numeric keypad
Pointing Device Touchpad supporting multi-touch gestures without on/off button
External Ports Multi-format digital media card reader for Secure Digital cards

1 SuperSpeed USB 3.0

2 Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0

1 HDMI

1 RJ-45 (LAN)

1 Headphone-out/microphone-in combo jack
Dimensions 1.00 in (H) x 14.88 in (W) x 10.20 in (D)
Weight 4.83 lb
Power 45W AC adapter

3-cell 31WHr 2.8Ah lithium-ion polymer battery
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Operating System:
Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
Communication Chat:
Pinger: Let your PC handle all your communication with a local phone number, unlimited text messaging to any US/Canada number, incoming calls and voicemail—all for free.

Skype

CyberLink YouCam: YouCam is the ultimate webcam software.
Games:
Microsoft Games: (Solitaire and Mahjong) Free pre-installed Windows 8 games, ready to play.

HP Exclusive! 10 free game rental sessions of Plants vs. Zombies, 2010 Game of the Year. Your HP computer also comes preloaded with a FREE game – Farm Frenzy ($19.99 value) and HP Games.
HP Help Support:
HP Support Assistant: With HP Support Assistant, enjoy immediate, always-on, self-help support built right into your PC, for the life of your PC, absolutely free.

HP User Guide

HP Utility Center
Shopping Services:
Netflix: Watch movies and TV online or via DVDs with subscription.

eBay

Amazon
Books, Music, Photos, and Videos:
Amazon Kindle for Windows 8

Windows Essentials: Movie Maker; SkyDrive; Photo Gallery

CyberLink Media Suite;

CyberLink Power2Go

CyberLink LabelPrint

HP Connected Photo powered by Snapfish: Sync photos across your PC, smartphone, and tablet. Crop, rotate, add captions, and more. Then share in seconds with friends and family through your social networks. Picture the fun

CyberLink PowerDVD: Upgrade your video watching experience with CyberLink’s TrueTheater technology including enhanced lighting features and improved audio quality.

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Bjenn » 8 Jul 2014, 10:15

mawane: dev as in Devin?

I have these:
ASUS Z87-A Z87 S-1150 ATX
i7 4770K@3.5GHz 8MB
CORSAIR 16GB DDR3 VENGEANCE LP PC3-12800 1600MHZ CL9 (2x8GB)
SAMSUNG 840 PRO SERIES 256GB SATA SSD MLC
WD GREEN 3.5" 3TB SATA/600 64MB
GIGABYTE RADEON HD7950 3GB PCI-E DVI/HDMI/DP
Antec Twelvehundred V1 chassie

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Post by Mawane » 8 Jul 2014, 22:02

@bj yes, Devin

and i have way better computer, a desktop, at home, just dont want to bother bringing everything over there especially crossing border
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Thundr- » 9 Jul 2014, 16:51

ASUS Maximus VII Hero Z97 atx
Intel i5 4690K
Corsair 16GB CL9 2133MHz Vengeance
GeForce GTX 770 2gb
In a HAF-X chassie and some quadruple-fan watercooling radiator for cpu for a steady 35c temperature at all times.

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Post by Bjenn » 9 Jul 2014, 19:10

Thundr- wrote:ASUS Maximus VII Hero Z97 atx
Intel i5 4690K
Corsair 16GB CL9 2133MHz Vengeance
GeForce GTX 770 2gb
In a HAF-X chassie and some quadruple-fan watercooling radiator for cpu for a steady 35c temperature at all times.
Cool, I have around 30c cpu when idle, surfing and shid. And about 45c or little more during load, never over 50. I have a big ass Noctua cooler with two 120mm fans sitting on it.

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Thundr- » 12 Jul 2014, 09:54

35 is when playing a bigger game like saints row 4 or something full screen high gfx osv. With stresstesting softwares it peaks at about 40 when 100% cpu usage. Its about 32 in idle, so its amazingly steady in that range.

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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 18 Jul 2014, 13:43

Ho, high five guys!

Asus Z87-A
i5 4670k @ 3.4GHz (for now)
Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB 1600MHz CL9 (Gold :D)
EVGA GTX 770 4GB SuperClocked @1200MHz (one for now!)
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going to buy next week:
EVGA SuperNova 750 G2 Power Supply
Samsung 840 EVO 120GB SSD
some 4 badass BitFenix Spectre Pro 120mm white LED fans
backplate for the graphics card :')

going to buy at some point in the future:
some sound card
bluray drive (only dvd for now :( )
some badass cpu cooling for elmazing overclocking
a second graphics card for sli :0


ps. does any of you guys have any experience with led lighting in a pc?

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Bjenn » 21 Jul 2014, 13:30

Pawq wrote: ps. does any of you guys have any experience with led lighting in a pc?
Yes, I know it was popular back in 2005 or so xd

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Re: Your computer?

Post by pawq » 21 Jul 2014, 13:51

But still looks good! I was wondering if LED fans only would produce a sufficient amount of light to keep the entire case lit. But I think I'll go for a LED stripe in the end :)

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Thundr- » 21 Jul 2014, 19:09

I've got a led stripe inside mine. Better lighting with stripe compared to just using led within fans ofc.

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Case: Cooler Master CM Force 500 USB 3.0 ATX Case - £31.51
PSU: Seasonic S12II-520 520W ATX12V Standard Power Supply Unit- Bronze - £54.37
Motherboard: Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 Motherboard - £68.98
CPU: AMD FX8320 Black Edition 8 Core - £102.72
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (120mm) - £24.96
Memory: HyperX DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Non ECC 8GB DIMM Memory Module (Kit of 2) - £62.17
Graphics card: SAPPHIRE TECHNOLOGY R9 280 OC with Boost - 3 GB GDDR5 - £186.47
Optical Drive: Samsung (SH-224DB) DVD Re-Writer - £12.90
Fan: Arctic F12 PWM 4 Pin 120mm High Performance Case Fan - £7.11
HDD: Samsung 840 EVO 250GB 2.5 inch Basic SATA Solid State Drive - £84.99
HDD: WD 1TB 3.5 inch Internal Hard Drive - Caviar Blue - £40.31
Monitor: Eizo Foris FS2333-PN LCD Monitor - £272.76
Keyboard: KeyTronic E03600U2 - £29.28
Mouse: Logitech LS1 Laser Mouse with Cable Grape-Jaffa - £15.22
OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 (Full Version) - £85.49
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Mawane » 31 Aug 2014, 23:07

have fun with laggy elma ^^
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Post by Pingywings » 1 Sep 2014, 17:24

i have no idea but it has 1gb of ram and struggles with MS paint so oh
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Post by Labs » 1 Sep 2014, 20:23

CPU: intel g1820 @2.7ghz
Motherboard: Asrock H81M-DGS R2.0
Memory: 2x2Gb DDR3 @1333mhz
Videocard: Geforce GTS 250 512mb
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Madness » 4 Sep 2014, 02:35

Mawane wrote:have fun with laggy elma ^^
It's smooth as silk ^^
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Post by Chris » 4 Sep 2014, 13:09

Madness wrote:
Mawane wrote:have fun with laggy elma ^^
It's smooth as silk ^^
You are smooth criminal.
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Post by Lee » 26 Sep 2014, 05:01

Just got my new computer today:

Case: Cooler Master Storm Enforcer
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3 Intel Z97
CPU: Intel Haswell Core i5-4460 3.2GHz
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Edition 2GB
RAM: 2x4GB G.SKILL RipjawsX 1866MHz DDR3
PSU: 500W Zalman ZM500-GV
Other: Windows 7, AC Wireless + Bluetooth

It came with a 1TB HDD but I might swap it out for a 2TB HDD that I already have.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Bjenn » 9 Oct 2014, 13:45

Lee wrote:Just got my new computer today:

Case: Cooler Master Storm Enforcer
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3 Intel Z97
CPU: Intel Haswell Core i5-4460 3.2GHz
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 760 OC Edition 2GB
RAM: 2x4GB G.SKILL RipjawsX 1866MHz DDR3
PSU: 500W Zalman ZM500-GV
Other: Windows 7, AC Wireless + Bluetooth

It came with a 1TB HDD but I might swap it out for a 2TB HDD that I already have.
Why would you swap when you can have both?
Or is it some fgt small case which only rooms one drive?

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Post by Igge » 9 Oct 2014, 14:39

You mean why not buy an SSD*?
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Post by pawq » 9 Oct 2014, 14:51

Buy an SSD Lee, it's so worth the investment! The difference is way beyond normal expectations!

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Post by Lee » 9 Oct 2014, 21:47

Bjenn wrote:Why would you swap when you can have both?
I wasn't thinking when I typed that. I think I meant to swap it out as my main one but still keep the 1TB. The video card is so big that part of the internal caging has been removed to make room. This means that the case can only hold 2 HDDs at the moment.
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I need capacity more than anything. And high capacity SSDs are way too expensive for me.
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Post by Igge » 10 Oct 2014, 07:34

Cooler Master Storm Enforcer:
Internal slots 6.4 cm (2.5"): 4
Internal slots 8.9 cm (3.5"): 6

120GB 2.5" SSD for the system disk (less than $100, and makes the most difference of any single upgrade you could ever wish to make to a computer)
1x1TB, 1x2TB HDD (2.5" or 3.5", doesnt matter)

Leaving a total of 7 slots for any further storage needs. There's no reason not to get an SSD for a personal computer. Really.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Kopaka » 10 Oct 2014, 12:04

As long as there's slots in the motherboard you can just throw the ssd on the buttom of the case if necessary :b

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Re: Your computer?

Post by Bjenn » 14 Oct 2014, 15:26

Yeah my SSD is so small it didn't have a fit anywhere, it just hangs there.. in the cables xd

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Post by Madness » 14 Oct 2014, 20:03

That's what mounting brackets were invented for.
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Post by Labs » 4 Jan 2015, 01:11

Labs wrote:CPU: intel g1820 @2.7ghz
Motherboard: Asrock H81M-DGS R2.0
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Videocard: Geforce GTS 250 512mb
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Post by Ruben » 4 Jan 2015, 05:14

Behold the most powerful shit you ever saw:

13'' Mid 2010 MacBook Pro
OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite

Processor: 2,4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 320M 256 MB (this is a bit annoying, but I can live with it)
Storage: 256 GB SATA SSD (custom install by previous owner)

It's shit, but I got it cheap (second hand) and it does what I need it to do. My next desktop will be a beast.
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Re: Your computer?

Post by Chris » 5 Jan 2015, 11:16

Currently Acer Aspire One :| :| :cry: :cry:

CPU: AMD C-70 1 GHz (Dual core)
Memory: 4 GB DDR3 SDRAM
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6290
Screen: 1366 x 768
HDD: 500 GB
Battery life: about 4 hours

Can't even handle any streaming site :(

Soon, hopefully I will finally make my mind and buy something better.
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