Post your rig / PC specs!

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Thought I'd go for a traditional thread for the first one of the new forum. :P

Simple enough, post your current rig! Pics etc. welcome also.

I'm currently running;

Processor: Intel Core i5 Haswell 4570 CPU
Memory: 16GB HyperX Fury
GPU: ASUS Strix GTX 960 2GB
SSD: 250GB Sandisk
Main Stroage: 2GB WD HDD
Corsair 700W PSU.

I need to upgrade the graphics card at some point, the 960 is pretty good but 2GB of VRAM is a little too... little... for some games.

Going to wait till the next round of NVIDIA GPU's later in the year though.

Anyway, post yours!

Oh hey, new forum board :o

OT: I have a Acer Aspire V Laptop

Processor: Intel Core i5-4210u
Memory: 8GB DDR3
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 840m /w 2 GB VRAM
SSD: N/A
Main Storage: 1000GB

I got it about 2 years ago to allow me to play some games while I was in college and, while it's starting to fall off a bit compared to other devices, I intend to get another year out of it at least before I upgrade.

Processor: i7 3370k
RAM: 16 GB DDR3
GPU: GTX 960 4GB
SSD: Seagate 120 GB
Main Storage: 6TB over 4 drivers
PSU: Corsair 700W

The CPU is getting a little old but still sits at 70 FPS at 2k on high without breaking a sweat. When people go ask for gaming builds I always recommend going for the most powerful CPU you can afford to give it longevity. The odds are you will upgrade the GPU in 2 years time, so spending a little less upfront the on GPU saves money by having a longer lasting build.

Processor: Intel Core i5-6400
Memory 12GB
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 530
SSD: N/A
Main Storage: 2TB internal

Pretty much your standard store bought PC, planning to build one myself but my old XP blew out it's motherboard (literally blew out about 4 capacitors) and I just wanted a fast cheap PC. Works great for what I use it for, just haven't tried too many PC games yet.

CPU:
Intel Core i7 3770 @ 3.40GHz Ivy Bridge 22nm Technology
RAM:
8.00GB Single-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz
GPU:
247ELPH (1920x1080@60Hz)
SyncMaster (1280x1024@75Hz)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 2GB RAM
Storage:
OS: 1TB Seagate (SATA)
Main: 2TB Western Digital WD External HDD (SATA)
Backup: 2st 2TB WD internal in docking station.
PSU: 750W Corsair

Planning to keep this one awhile. At least until it breaks down, so at least 4-5 more years then (only had it for 1 yet).
I mostly play older games or new indie ones so there is not a lot of demands being made on it.

CPU : intel I7 820@ 2.8 ghz
RAM : 12 gb ddr3
GPU : Asus GeForce GTX 660 TI 2gb
SSD Samsung 850 512 gb for OS
Storage 2.25 TB on 5 drives but two of them are in RAID 1
PSU thermaltake 700w

well, i know it's on the verge of being outdated, but still, i got a decent fps on fallout 4 and assassin's creed unity. i guess my next move will be to upgrade the cpu/motherboard, especially since i have a bottleneck on the ssd because the board have only sata2 port, while the drive is sata 3, so i could get more performance out of it with a new motherboard. but honestly, i lack the money right now

I just got a new PC, actually.

MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard
CPU: i7-6700k, 4 GHz w/4.40 GHz native OC and watercooling
GPU: MSI Nvidia GTX 960 w/ 4 GB VRAM
RAM: 24 GB DDR4, 2x 4 GB A-DATA and 2x 8 GB PNY, 2133 MHz w/up to 2800 MHz OC
No SSD, 1 TB Western Digital HDD + 2 TB WD external HDD
XFX 550W PSU

I spent all of my money on it, and I'm a bit paranoid that it's going to break.

Built it about a year ago:

MOBO: ASRock H97M Pro4
CPU: Intel Core i5 4690 @ 3.5GHz
GPU: MSI Nvidia GTX 980 Gaming 4G
RAM: 2 x 8GB Kingston HyperX Fury DDR3 @ 1866MHz
SSD: Samsung EVO 850 120GB
HDD: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB
PSU: Corsair Builder Series 600W Modular, 80PLUS Bronze
Case: Fractal Design Define Mini
Disc Drive: Some Lite-On DVD Drive I bought for a tenner
CPU Fan: Corsair Hydro Series H55

I also have a 2014 13" MacBook Air that I use for everyday stuff.

Case: Cooler Master HAF932
MOBO: Asus Z87-A
CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K
RAM: G-Skill DDR3 @ 1866MHz 8GBx4
SSD: Samsung EVO 840 250GB, Kingston 240GB
HDD: Western Digital 2TB
Optical: LG 14x BD-R
GPU: 2 x MSI GeForce GTX 980 4G SLI
PSU: Corsair 1KW

Debating ordering an Oculus now, or waiting until the controllers come out. Still need to install Win10 for that DX12 SLI goodness.

For the last 6 months or so:

Motherboard: Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile T8100
CPU: Intel 965GM @ 2.1GHz
GPU: Intel GMA X3100 (integrated)
RAM: 2 x 2GB DDR2
SSD: did they even make those yet when this was produced?
HDD: 160GB @ 5400rpm
PSU: 4400mAh Lithium-Ion accu @ 10.8V - 11.1V, off-brand charger
Screen: 15,4", 16:10
Disc Drive: Matshita dvd ram uj890as
Fans: yes, loud
OS: windows xp professional service pack 3
Case: image

Finding games that'll run on it is, err... A challenge, shall we say? On the plus side I've been getting darn good at solitaire. >.<

I'm too lazy this morning to type it all out, so I'm just going to share an image.

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Built this rig over December/January:

Case: Cooler Master HAF 912
Mobo: MSI Z97 PC Mate
CPU: Intel i5-4690K
GPU: Sapphire Radeon R9 390x 8GB
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LP 8GB
SSD: Crucial BX100 500GB
HDD: None
Optical: None
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 750W G2
Keyboard: Logitech G710+
Mouse: Logitech G402

Monitor: LG 1920x1080-60Hz display that I purchased back in 2010.

I got some really great deals on the major components during the Black Friday and New Years sales. I'm considering a new 4K display but will probably hold off for another couple of years.

Motherboard - MSI 970A Krait SLI Edition
Graphics Cards - x2 MSI GTX 970 4GB
Processor - AMD FX8350
RAM - 16GB Corsair Vengeance 1866MHz DDR3
HDD - Toshiba 2TB 7200RPM
SSD - SanDisk 120GB
CPU Cooler - Arctic Cooling Freezer 13 Pro
PSU - Corsair CX 750w
Case - Corsair Carbide 500R (White)
Mouse - Corsair Gaming M65 (Black)
Keyboard - Steelseries Quickfire Pro (Black, Blue Switches)
Headset - Steelseries Siberia 200 (White)

I plan on keeping this setup for a good while, though, my next upgrade will probably be my processor, because AMD is just... eeeeeeeeeh. I see a whole lot of benchmarks running i5s and i7s, getting framerates that are leaps and bounds over what I am getting with the same setup sans processor, though, it is not much of a priority, right now.

New forum board! Yay! Let's see...

CASE: Cooler Master Storm Stryker
CPU: AMD-8350 4.0Ghz
MOBO: Asus m5a99fx Pro 2.0
RAM: 8GB G.Skill Ripjaw
GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 760 2.0GB
PSU: Antec 750W Gold
SSD: Samsung 840 Evo
HDD: I dunno... One at 750GB, another at 1.5TB?

Processor: 4670k that I believe is sitting at 4ghz
Memory: 16GB Vengeance DDR3
GPU: MSI GTX770 2gb
SSD: None as of now
Main Stroage: 1TB

I built this a couple years back and it originally had a 660 in it. I was considering doing a whole new build and upgrading to skylake and DDR4 but I have less and less time to play games lately and I don't think I can justify the expense. Right now I'm just sitting tight for Pascal and gonna see if I want to upgrade. I've been spending money on my car and getting ready for a cross country road trip so the PC has taken a backseat. Besides, with a slight OC my 770 has been surprisingly powerful and I feel like I get a lot of performance out of it that it has no business giving.

shrekfan246:
I just got a new PC, actually.

MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard
CPU: i7-6700k, 4 GHz w/4.40 GHz native OC and watercooling
GPU: MSI Nvidia GTX 960 w/ 4 GB VRAM
RAM: 24 GB DDR4, 2x 4 GB A-DATA and 2x 8 GB PNY, 2133 MHz w/up to 2800 MHz OC
No SSD, 1 TB Western Digital HDD + 2 TB WD external HDD
XFX 550W PSU

I spent all of my money on it, and I'm a bit paranoid that it's going to break.

Solid build!

Question though. Is there a reason you went with the i7 and skipped the SSD and went with a 960? Seems like overkill on the processor. That is, unless you do a lot of rendering or art (but I guess that's why I'm asking in the first place haha)

I got a new PC recently so i'm posting to remind myself what i actually have.

i7-6700K 4ghtz
32GB RAM
GTX 980ti

Side notes, my first time using water cooling, didn't know it had gotten so easy that you can just forget you have it, system files are on an ssd, hard drive for storage, and by far the best feature of this PC which is hot dock bays for 3 hard drives, one being right on f***ing top.
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I have lots of files to backup, i highly recommend this.

Well I spent wayyyy too much money on my new PC built last Summer.

CPU: Intel i7 5820k 3.3 ghz hexcores
MOBO: MSI X99s Gaming 7
RAM: 16GB DDR4 2666
GPU: 2x GTX 980Ti
PSU: EVGA 850 Watt Gold Supernova G2
SSD: 250GB OS Drive
HDD: 3TB 7200 RPM

Link to full build: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/y72jxr

JUMBO PALACE:

shrekfan246:
I just got a new PC, actually.

MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard
CPU: i7-6700k, 4 GHz w/4.40 GHz native OC and watercooling
GPU: MSI Nvidia GTX 960 w/ 4 GB VRAM
RAM: 24 GB DDR4, 2x 4 GB A-DATA and 2x 8 GB PNY, 2133 MHz w/up to 2800 MHz OC
No SSD, 1 TB Western Digital HDD + 2 TB WD external HDD
XFX 550W PSU

I spent all of my money on it, and I'm a bit paranoid that it's going to break.

Solid build!

Question though. Is there a reason you went with the i7 and skipped the SSD and went with a 960? Seems like overkill on the processor. That is, unless you do a lot of rendering or art (but I guess that's why I'm asking in the first place haha)

Yeah, I've been doing a lot of video editing for the past eight months or so. The laptop I was using has an i7 as well, but it's first-gen, so I wanted to get a straight upgrade and have something that would be sufficiently future-proof. Didn't have the money to get an SSD or better GPU because of it, though, and I also figured that swapping the GPU would be more simple than trying to upgrade the CPU.

Intel i7-5930k @ 4.1Ghz
ASUS X99-Deluxe
Corsair H105 CPU Cooler
16GB G.Skill DDR4 2400
2x Gigabyte GTX980 G1 Gaming in SLI
EVGA SuperNova 1000 P2
Enthoo Primo Full Tower Case
256GB SSD, 3.5 TB of total HDD space
1x ACER XB270HU 144Hz 2560x1440 G-Sync
2x BenQ GW2765 60Hz 2560x1440
1x Sanyo 1080p LCD TV (w/ DirecTV Receiver)
Freedom WSGF Edition Ultimate Desk Stand v1
Corsair K95 RGB Cherry MX Brown
Corsair Scimitar RGB Mouse
Sennheiser PC350 SE Headset
Uplift 900 2 Leg Sit/Stand Desk Frame with Custom Wood Desktop

It's alright. :p

Apparently I have Bluetooth in this...who woulda thunk it. Anyway, the dedicated card heats up too much to be useful, but it plays Morrowind and Peggle, so I let my PS4 do the heavy lifting. OH and the SSD is actually a hybrid drive, something they don't tell you on Newegg or Amazon.

Acer laptop
Intel Core i5-5200U 2.2 GHz
8GB DDR3L
1TB HDD 8GB SSD
15.6" 1366 x 768 Screen
NVIDIA GeForce 940M Dedicated 2GB Video Memory

CPU: AMD FX 8320 8 Core (Liquid Cooled)
RAM: 8 gb DDR3 (G.Skill)
Mobo: ASUS M5A97 R 2.0
GPU: AMD R9 290X
Total of 6TB HDD space between 4 drives (Mixture of Seagate Barracudas and WD 7200 RPM each)
Monitor: 24" Playstation 3DTV
Keyboard: Razer Anansi
Mouse: Razer Dethadder

Runs modern games at Ultra 60fps steady, sometimes I have to tweak settings but I get solid framerates @1080p and I'm happy with it. Only a select few newer games, and some poorly optimized, need to be adjusted to lower settings but nothing below High. Love the way it works. Also running Windows 10 Pro, no issues whatsoever.

Recently rebuilt my machine finally moving away from my FX9370 and aging Corsair 800D. Current Spec Below:

Skylake i7 6700k overclocked to 4.6Ghz
ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Ranger
32GB (16*2) Corsair Vengeance 2600MHz DDR4
2 * Galax NVIDIA 970's (Overclocked 8 pack special editions)
500GB Samsung 850 Evo SSD (boot)
256GB Crucial SSD (Games), 2 * 2TB Western Digital Black Edition Drives (1 games, 1 media creation), 1TB WD Blue (Work, OneDrive, Files, etc.), 2 1.5TB drives for videos/software iso's.
Asus PCI AC1900 Wifi Card
EVGA 1000W PSU
NNZXT Hue+ (bottom blue bar is cpu temp and white light is static)
CoolerMaster Mastercase pro
1 4k monitor and 1 2k (both running at 2k).
Windows 10 Pro

Currently rocking a Corsair H110i gtx cooler which the cpu tops out at 81c (74c at stock speed) which for me is far too high so i think i will be going back to custom watercooling considering my old 9370 wouldn't go over 55c on that and those things run stupidly hot, I quite fancy a rigid tube build anyway.

FileTrekker:

Main Stroage: 2GB WD HDD

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damn son, you playing one indie game at a time? :D

OT:

slowly upgraded my original rig throughout the years, here is the most recent edition:

mobo: MSI ATX DDR3 2400 LGA 1150 Motherboards Z97 PC MATE
CPU: Intel Core i5-4690K Processor 3.5 GHz LGA 1150
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
GPU: Gigabyte R9 290X GDDR5-4GB
PSU: FirePower 750FTY Fatal1ty 750W 80Plus Bronze Semi-Modular Gaming ATX
Monitor: LG 27EA33V Black 27" 5ms HDMI Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor, IPS-Panel
HDD & SSD: have a SSD for the OS, then multiple big ass HDD's for games and backups
case: Rosewill Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case Cases THOR V2
Optical drive: LG WH14NS40 14X Internal Blu-ray M-DISC Burner BD BDXL MD CD DVD Drive + Cyberlink 3D Playback Burning Software

everything was bought at a pretty hefty discount, all in all I got it for 1150 US dollars, which isn't too shabby I'd say after including the monitor and blu-ray drive and full tower and multiple extra HDD's.

Also fun note: any part I replaced has become a part in another rig for a family member, so even though I've probably spent near ~2000 dollars on computer parts personally, they have gone on to power solitaire and facebook machines after retirement :D

gmaverick019:

FileTrekker:

Main Stroage: 2GB WD HDD

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damn son, you playing one indie game at a time? :D

Haha, sorry, 2TB I mean!

Case: Cooler Master HAF 922
Processor: Intel Core i5-2500 (Sandy Bridge), currently clocked at 3.3 ghz.
Cooling: Just stock shit.
Mobo: ASUS P8Z68-V PRO
Memory: 8gb DDR3 1600MHZ
GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 560 (Fermi)
Storage: 2TB Seagate HDD
Corsair 800W PSU [1]

Pretty good build, all things told. Built it around June 2011, and it has served me damn well over the years. Haven't had to upgrade since, the thing still gets 30-60 FPS on medium to high graphics with basically everything. Probably going to get some more RAM soon though, because it is damn cheap, so why not? And another HDD, my current one is getting quite full... I also plan on upgrading the GPU sometime this year (waiting for Nvidia to announce their new cards, so I can snap up a GTX 970 on the cheap).

[1] because I apparently decided I needed ALL THE POWER when I built this thing.

I have like 5 computers, err....

I'll post my 3 gaming systems:

Desktop (I built, ~4 years old, although the video card and cooler is newer) -
Coolmaster CM 690 II Advanced Nvidia Edition
Windows 7 Home Premium x64
Intel i7 2600K @ 3.4Ghz - 3.7Ghz with Corsair H80i Water Cooling kit
Gigabyte Z68X-UD5-B3 motherboard
Corsair Dominator 1600mhz 8GB DDR3 RAM
EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX 780ti 4GB
Western Digital 2TB HDD 7200rpm - I also had a Corsair 120GB SSD but it died and I haven't bothered to replace it yet
LG Bluray R/RW
Corsair AX1200 1200watt Gold PSU

Laptop 1 (newer):
Asus ROG GL552V
Intel i7 6700HQ @ 2.6 - 3.5Ghz
Windows 10 Home x64
2133mhz 8GB DDR4 RAM
15.6" IPS 1920x1080 display
Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M 4GB
128GB SSD (M.2 2280) and 1TB 7200rpm
Bluray drive

Laptop 2 (older):
Asus N550jv
Intel i7 4700HQ @ 2.4 - 3.4Ghz
Ubuntu Gnome 15.10 x64 currently running - Has Windows 10 Home x64 claimed and Windows 7 x64 OEM so I can restore either Windows at a later date
1600mhz 16GB DDR3 RAM
15.6" 1920x1080 touchscreen screen
nVidia GeForce GT 750M 4GB
1TB 5400rpm HDD (considering replacing)
Bluray Writer

Why yes, I do have way too many computers. I'm actually seriously considering selling the 2 laptops and a Windows tablet/laptop hybrid and to buy the 1 Venom 13" gaming laptop. Undecided though as the 2 laptops do allow me to go to LAN gaming sessions and provide a spare laptop for someone that hasn't got a gaming machine.

CPU: AMD Phenom 1090T @ 3.8ghz
MB: Asus Evo M4N98TD
Ram: 12GB (had 16GB but one failed and I never bothered replacing it)
GPU: GTX 970
HDD: Seagate 1TB
SDD: Samsung Evo 120GB and Samsung Evo 500GB
OS: Xubuntu 15.04 / Windows 10

I originally built this a few years back, my first build actually; the 970, the ssd's and a better cooler for the overclock being later additions.

Case: Rosewill Blackbone Steel/Plastic ATX Mid
Motherboard: ASRock Z87 Killer
CPU/fan: i5-4670k @ 4GHz with Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO
RAM: 2x4GB G.Skill Ripjaws
Video card: Asus GTX 780
SSD: 120GB Samsung 840 EVO
HDD: 3TB Seagate Barracuda, 1TB Seagate Barracuda, 6 TB WD Blue
PSU: 500W 80+ Bronze EVGA
Optical drive: LG WH16NS40 Blu-ray RW (using MakeMKV)
OS: Windows 10

Display: ASUS MX27AQ
Mouse: SteelSeries Rival (and coincidentally a SteelSeries QcK mouse pad)
Headphones: Sennheiser 558

I bought most of it in the second half of 2014.

Windows 7 64 Bit SP1
Case: Black Hawk Ultra
Mobo: Asus Rampage V
CPU: Intel i7-5930K
GPU: 3x Titan Black
RAM: Ripjaws DDR4 4x8GB=32GB total
SSD: 1x Intel 256GB 1x Crucial M4 60GB
HDD: 1x 1TB 2x 2TB 1x 4TB 1x 500GB External
Optical: Asus Bluray and DVD player
PSU: EVGA 1600 Gold Fully Modular
Keyboard: Corsair K70 RGB
Mouse: Logitech G500

My beautiful workstation!

Atari PC3
System Specifications:
- CPU: 8088-2 Processor (4.77 MHz)
- RAM: 640k
- GFX: Onboard EGA Graphics (NSI Logic EVC315-S)
- DRIVE: Chinon FZ-502 5.25" 360k Floppy Drive
- HDD: Seagate ST-238R 30MB RLL Drive
Software:
- OS: Microsoft MS-DOS v3.3 and GEM Desktop EGA v2.2
Peripherals:
- KEYBOARD: Atari 83 Key XT P.C.
- MOUSE: Atari STM1
- MONITOR: Atari PCM-124 12" EGA Monochrome

Desktop PC
System Specifications:
- CPU: Intel Core i7 4790k @ 5.25 GHz
- RAM: 32 GByte GSkill PC3-12400
- GFX: MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G - GPU @ 1566 MHz, MEM @ 3663 MHz
- HDD: Some mix - combined 8 TB
- SSD: 120 GB Samsung
- MOBO: MSI Z97 Gaming 7
- CASE: PHANTEKS Enthoo PRO
- PSU: LEPA 1000M Platinum
- OPTICAL: LG DVD-RW
Software:
- OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Peripherals:
- KEYBOARD: Logitech G19 Last Edition
- MOUSE: Logitech G9
- MONITOR: 2 x ASUS VW222

I've had this rig for over a year now and am rather proud of it -
Mobo - ASUS X99-A
CPU -Intel Core I7 5930k @ 3.5ghz
Memory - Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 (4x4GB) quad channel
GFX - Radeon R9 295x2
HD - 2TB WD Green
PSU - Corsair HX 1050
Optical - LG BD Rewriter 16x
Case - Sentey GS-6010 Cobra
Mouse - Razer Deathadder
KB - Rosewill 107 key standard black
OS - Windows 10 Home 64
Still haven't put an SSD in it - the drive itself is nearly half full, so outside of the OS (which was OEM)there really isn't much else I'd want to choose to put on one.
Monitor - I swap between my Asus 24 in IPS monitor and my 50in Sony Bravia, depending upon control layout and other factors. The monitor I had purchased a few months prior for my old machine, the TV a few months after. The PC itself was the result of carefully planned saving, half of which came out of my 2014 tax return. At the time the GPU was at the $600 range, which helped planning for my build considerably.

Muh righ, with random upgrades from time to time.

Case: Bitfenix "Shinobi XL" Big Tower (size is everything!)
Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth Z77
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K @ 3.4GHz
CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i (Overclocking potential is there, I'm just too lazy to try yet)
GPU: EVGA GTX 770 "Superclocked" (yeah right....)
RAM: Crucial BallistiX 16GB (4x4GB) (chose these because the latency on them for XMP was 8-8-8-24, and apparently that's pretty good).
PSU: XFX ProSeries Black Edition 850W (Had a somewhat faulty PSU before this, and some dude on the internet had nothing but praise to rain on this one)
SSD: Samsung Evo 840 120GB
HDD: 2x 2TB drives + 1x 1TB drive (5TB total)(I actually don't quite recall what types of drives they are, but iirc one of them are Seagate, and the two others are WD)
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate (ttly leggit edition, honest! Wondering about upgrading to Win10, but again, I'm lazy)
Fans: 7x fans in total (6 Noctua 120mm for front intake and CPU radiator, plus one in bottom for GPU. 1 Corsair AF 140mm outtake rear).
Monitor: BenQ GL2450HM 24" screen. It's by no means the best screen out there, but it displays a satisfying image, and that's about all I need. Been wondering about upgrading, but funds are limited, and my GPU needs upgrade.
Keyboard: Corsair Gaming K70 RGB LED (had a Corsair K90 with macro buttons earlier, which I sorta kinda smashed some keys on, so the E-button wouldn't sit properly. I got the K70 because I had no need for the macro buttons).
Mouse: Logitech Proteus Core
Optical: Samsung something with blu-ray support. I don't even remember the last time I used it, BUT I MUST HAVE IT!

This rig has seen continuous upgrading since 2010, and since the early beginnings I've sunk considerable money and time into this. While none of it is the same rig as it was since the beginning, I've always thought of it as a single computer. I've changed case 2 times, motherboard 2 times, PSU 2 times, keyboard 2 times, GPU 2 times. The OS has always been Win7 tho, but I guess that's about to change as well. Win8 was absolutely dreadful (had it on my laptop), but win10 is looking good.

I'm about to invest in a new GPU, but the local prices for GTX 1070 were higher than expected. Hoping they will go down soon, otherwise I have to consider switching to red team. Don't really want to, I prefer the performance of nvidia more than the lower price of Radeon. I've heard a lot of weird stuff about CrossFire/SLi, so not sure if I want to go for that.

I also have a server machine and a laptop, but I can't be bothered to write them up now, gonna have to be for a later post.

CPU: Intel i7 4790K
GPU: 2x EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Superclocked ACX 6GB
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro Series 256GB
HD: 2x Western Digital WD Black 1TB
RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 850W G2
Case: CoolerMaster CM Storm Trooper with Window
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming GT
Sound: Creative Sound Blaster Z
Cooling: CoolerMaster Nepton 280L Liquid
Optical: Samsung 24x DVDRW

I call her Argeddion:

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Welp, first post on this website.
Anyways, here goes

NVIDIA MSI GTX970 ti
Intel i5-6600k
16GB RAM
Asus Z170 Motherboard
2TB Internal Storage
Corsair 750W PSU, I forget what exact PSU it is.

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