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Josuke

What are your computer specs?

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Laptop #1:

  • Intel Core i5 M560, 2.67GHz
  • 4gb ram
  • 300gb hard drive
  • Slackware Linux
  • Intel graphics and 1366x768 :(
Laptop #2 is almost identical, except it's a Core i3 at 2.4GHz. I use this in my kitchen almost daily for recipe lookups.

Desktop (my gaming machine):
  • Intel Core i7 2700k, 3.5GHz
  • 12gb ram
  • A little over 2.5tb of hard drive space
  • Winblows 7 and Slackware Linux, dual-boot
  • nVidia GTX 660, and two 1920x1080 monitors (one used to be 2048x1152, but it went out)
  • M-Audio FireWire Solo for audio
Server (file, http, gopher, xmpp, a few other things):
  • Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600, 2.4GHz
  • 2gb ram
  • About 3.7tb of hard drive space
  • Slackware Linux
One on my TV (watching movies and listening to music via MPD:
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E4500, 2.2GHz
  • 2gb ram
  • 500gb hard drive
  • Slackware Linux
  • Intel graphics
  • Sound Blaster Audigy 4 for audio
And.... a Raspberry Pi 2 with Slackware on it. I think I got them all... I use all of these daily, save for the RPi, so yeah.

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hoo boy, my computer sucks. this is why i got into doom in the first place, it doesn't need much to run.

i7 core, 2.67 GHz
4 GB ram
912 GB HDD
GT 220 )`:
windows 7

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I'm on a Hackintosh I built a couple years ago. I occasionally run into some odd issues with it, but nothing insurmountable (or any worse than the problems I've had with official Apple hardware!) In general it's been very stable, dependable, and fast.

4.00 GHz i7-4790k 4 core CPU
16 GB RAM
GeForce GTX 760, and one 1920x1080 display
250 GB SSD (for system and applications)
1 TB 7200rpm HDD (for storage)
3 TB WD MyBook (for automated nightly backup)

Software:
Clover bootloader
Mac OS 10.10.2 (I ought to get around to upgrading it one of these days)
Windows 7 Home Premium (running in a VM, mainly for Doom editing)

Audio/MIDI:
M-Audio BX5 Monitors (Not too satisfied with these -- I've only had them for a couple years and one of them has entirely stopped producing treble, need to get a replacement)
Sony MDR-V600 Headphones (These have served me astonishingly well for over a decade now!)
Alesis V49 MIDI controller

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Main desktop:

OS - Windows 10
Case - NZXT H440
CPU - Intel i7 4790K Quad Core 4.0GHz
GPU - ASUS Strix GeForce GTX 1080
RAM - 16GB DDR3 (dunno what type or brand)
Storage - 1TB SSD, 512GB SSD, 2 x 4TB HDD (RAID0)
Monitors - Acer Predator XB271HU (27" 1440P @ 165Hz) / Dell UltraSharp U2515H (25" 1440P @ 60Hz)

NAS appliance:

OS - FreeNAS
Case - Nanoxia Deep Silence 4 (baseically a knock off Fractal Nano S case)
CPU - Intel Core i5 4690K Quad Core 3.5GHz
RAM - 32GB DDR3
Storage - 1 x 128GB SSD (cache drive), 5 x 4TB HDD (RAID-Z2)

Home Theater PC:

OS - Windows 10
Case - Corsair 250D
CPU - AMD A10 680K BLACK EDITION Quad Core 4.1GHz
GPU - eVGA GeForce GTX 980
RAM - 16GB DDR3
Storage - 256GB SSD, 2 x 4TB HDD (RAID0)

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Windows 10 Home, 64 Bit
NZXT Black Apollo Case (circa 2006)
i5 6600 (Skylake)
Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 3 Motherboard
G.Skill Ripjaws, V Series, 16 GB, DDR 4
Zotac Geforce GTX 1060, 6GB
Thermaltake 650W Power Supply
Storage 4TB
LG 27" LED Monitor
Sony MDR ZX220BT Wireless Headphones

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Core i5 3450 (3.1 ghz)
Radeon HD 7750 (1 gb)
1TB + 300 GB of storage
4 GB DDR3 RAM

Behringer UMC202HD audio interface
AKG K92 headphones

I'm jealous

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Dell XPS 8700 Intel Core i7-4790 X4 3.6GHz 16GB 1TB DVD Win7Pro (Black) for $650 around 18 months ago.

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MacBook Pro 13", a late 2013 model

Also have an assortment of Raspberry Pis and a couple of CHIPs, plus access to virtual machines.

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Case: Inter-Tech GM-X02
CPU: AMD AM3+ FX-6300 (6x 3.50GHz)
GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX750-TI-OC (2048MB)
Sound: Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series
RAM: 3x 8GB Corsair Vengeance (DDR3, 24GB total)
Storage: Seagate ST1000DX001 SSHD (1TB + 8GB)
OS: Windows 10 Pro

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Case: a slab of sheet metal from a very old VCR
GPU: r9 380x
CPU: core i3-6100
Mem: 16GB of some whatever DDR3

My keyboard cost as much as half of my system build, but I really, really like it.
My mouse came free with some random $15 purchase at Staples and has been more reliable than any other I've had.

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My PC is a pure trashcan

Intel Celeron G1820 2.70 GHz
Intel HD Graphics GT1 768 mb
2 GB Ram DDR3
500gb HD
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bits

Lif Sux

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My primary desktop specs are pretty comical at this point.

Case: Rosewill R6AU6-BK
Motherboard: Gigabyte P55A-UD3
CPU: Core i5 760
RAM: 2x8GB G-Skill Ares DDR3-2133 (Running at 1333 with tight timings)
GPU: AMD (Sapphire) FirePro W7100
VRAM: 8GB GDDR5
Storage: Western Digital Black 2TB (WD2003FZEX) + Intel 530 480GB SSD
Sound: Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS + Realtek ALC892 for extra line in
Video Capture: Magewell Pro Capture AIO
OTA TV Capture: ATI HDTV Wonder
Optical: ASUS BW-16D1HT BD-XL
Floptical: Iomega Zip 750
Floppy: Rosewill combo floppy and media card reader
Power Supply: Cooler Master GXII-550W
Display: 3x1600x1200 NEC 2090UXi (One with ELO Touch)
Keyboard: WASDv2 Brown switches with Workman Layout
Mouse: Microsoft Intellimouse 1.1
Primary OS: Kubuntu 16.10 64-bit
Secondary OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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Mainboard - Gigabyte GA-870A-UD3
CPU - AMD Phenom II X4 955 Processor (4 CPUs), ~3.2 GHz
RAM - x2 8GB Samsung DDR3 PC3-12800
GPU - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB
HDD - Samsung HD103SJ ATA 1TB
OS - Windows 7 Ultimate K, 64 Bit
Monitor - LG 27" Class Slim IPS LED

I better replace my board and CPU sooner or later.

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eMachine
Intel Pentium 3 @ 1.0 GHz
128 MB RAM
30 GB hard drive
Windows XP Home Edition

Spoiler

Alienware
Intel Core i7 @ 3.60 GHz
16 GB RAM
1.8 TB hard drive
Windows 7 Premium (64 bit)

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roadworx said:

christ almighty how do you people have the money for these things?

slaving away 45-50 hours a week and having little time for anything else as a result. Worth it though!

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i7 5820K
8GB Ram DDR4
MSI GTX 970

monitor: Benq XL11T
mouse: Roccat KPM
keyboard: CM Storm Quickfire Rapid(w/ Blacks)

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roadworx said:

christ almighty how do you people have the money for these things?



Simply by not wasting my money on pointless things. See it this way: I paid €1000 for my current system 5.5 years ago and €200 more for upgrades since then. That's roughly €200 per year, or €17 per month. That's really not that hard to keep aside.

Many people spend more on beer and tobacco.

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Graf Zahl said:

Simply by not wasting my money on pointless things. See it this way: I paid €1000 for my current system 5.5 years ago and €200 more for upgrades since then. That's roughly €200 per year, or €17 per month. That's really not that hard to keep aside.

Many people spend more on beer and tobacco.


idk how it is in the EU, but one could even get the cost written off their taxes, if they use it for their business.

My friend did that with a music production studio he made for his small-business.

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Low budget laptop:
CPU: crap
RAM: shit
GPU: what?

Which translates to...

CPU: Intel Pentium N3540 Quad-core, 2.16GHz
RAM: 4GB
Integrated Intel rubbish instead of a GPU, at least it's one of those more recent ones that's only like 6 years behind everything else rather than about 50.
OS: Windows 8.1
HD: 1TB
Screen: 1366x768

Not exactly wonderful for gaming. Most of the stuff in my steam library doesn't even launch, including RtCW even though that used to work fine o_o
In terms of first person games, it can run Source engine stuff smoothly in fullscreen with some reduced graphics settings, and not a whole lot else from this millenium :P

I can at least do more important things though, which is all that matters ultimately. FL Studio sometimes gives me a bit of hassle on busier pieces of music - there was one where I couldn't even listen to the mix before rendering it because it was overloading memory and cpu and becoming a distorted cacophony due to that, but generally no real issues.

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Current two year old build

CPU: AMD-8350, 8-core, OC'ed to 4.4GHz
GPU: RX 390X, 8GB VRAM, 1150MHz clock I think? It's an MSi model
RAM: 16GB @ 1600MHz
Mobo: Asus Crosshair V, Formula Z AMD 990FX
Case: Deepcool Kendomen Mid tower

And I have 2TB of hard drive spread over 5 drives, 1TB main drive, two aux 320GB drives (one for video recording), and two 240GB SSDs for game installs.

Considering upgrades to the new gen later this year or next year perhaps.

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