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22488 No. 22488 ID: 61e7f9

parts / rig / brand / style
what have you
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22490

Dell XPS 630 (rather old)
2.4 GHz quad
4 GB ram
GT 8800 (showing its age)
MX Revolution mouse (7 buttons, 2 scroll wheels, can toggle main wheel between click click scroll mode and free spinning go down 200 pages mode, $100)
1920 x 1080 monitor

Can run modern games at med settings. Considering getting GT 560 card. Dunno. Happy with it overall. Not getting Dell again due to other limitations and price. No idea when I'm going to get a new computer.

http://www.pclaunches.com/computers/dell_xps_630_gaming_desktop_now_official.php this but super dusty. Inside is cleaned regularly. Still haven't removed the plastic shipping covers for the panels. Whole side pops off making it super easy to open up. Has lights on the back ports so you can see them without a flashlight.
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No. 22491 ID: 4a20fa

Previously: >>13217
Althought that was less e-penis comparisons, more "look how crappy my workarea is".
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No. 22492 ID: 61e7f9

>>22491
Less about battlestations, more about specs.
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No. 22493 ID: 2f4b71

>>22490
>MX Revolution
Truly it is the Mouse of the Gods. Pity they're no longer made and all Logitech's 'replacements' are pants.

Self-build:
i5 2500k
8GB DDR3
GTX 670
128GB Samsung 840 SSD
Some HDDs
Corsair 550d
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Biostar AMD2+ Athlon X2. Nothing special. Don't know how to measure FSB.
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22499

ASUSTeK Computer INC. P8Z68-V PRO GEN3

Intel Core i7 2600K

1279MB GeForce GTX 570 (EVGA)

8.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR3

One heart of orphan child to run it, souls of the damned to power it.
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No. 22500 ID: e3f578

>>22499
It's cool, souls of the damned don't do anything but burn all day anyway
and if an orphan's dead why waste the good organs?
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>>22499

The heart is the cpu. Its the clocks that syns everything (1 = heart beat, 0 = inbetween beats.)

The souls are the power supply.
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>>22495
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP (RTM, patched all the way to SP3, never reinstalled)
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2100+ @ 1.73 GHz
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4800 SE (the 3Ti it came with cooked)
Total Physical Memory: 1 GB
Motherboard: ECS K7S5A
3DMark2001 score: 8090

Ten-year-old computer says hi. (Pic would be the old laptop before I finally upgraded.)
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No. 22521 ID: 8bf66a

>>22493
Samsung 840 isnt out yet. Did you mean 830?

My rig:

Rosewill Smart One (shit-tier cable management but goddamn do I love how it looks and functions.)
Phenom II x4 975
Asrock Extreme3
8GB RAM
GTX 670
128GB Samsung 830
320GB Western Digital Caviar
1500GB Western Digital Green
Asus VH235

Peripherals: Monoprice Mx Black keyboard, Sidewinder x5 mouse, Monoprice 8323s
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No. 22524 ID: 2f4b71

>>22521
>Samsung 840 isnt out yet. Did you mean 830?
That's the one. I'd just read Anand's review of the 840pro, so the number was stuck in my head.
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No. 22525 ID: 34cbef

i rund the dew plutonium cardboard box with the marker hq display with the macaroni pasta class 2 keyboard and the superglue harddrive. It's great- run into lot's of lag occasionally but runs fine otherwise.
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No. 22527 ID: 059bd0

Phenom II X4 955, 3.20 GHz quad core
8 GB RAM
Radeon HD 5700 series
big ol' ~2TB HD I got right before the prices jumped due to flooding in Thailand
really, really cheap Logitech wired mouse and keyboard because I didn't feel like spending money on it
two monitors, one 1440x900 and one 1280x1024

Put it together for pretty cheap. Works well enough.
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No. 22599 ID: d6ae01

>>22527
ohmuhguh we have almost the same computer.

The differences being my video card (geforce GTX 460), HDD space (a bit under 1.4tb) and resolution of monitor 2 (1024x768, the highest it'll go and still be at 80hz)

BESIDES THAT, EXACTLY THE SAME

well, okay, my mouse/keyboard are microsoft.

Um. So basically, only the CPU and amount of ram are the same. Boy, this got silly in a hurry.
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No. 22602 ID: 942949

Uh

ASRock H61M
Intel Core i5 2500k 3.3GHz
8GB DDR3 memory
2048MB Nvidia GT430 (fairly low end, really)
1TB HDD, Idk what brand, as well as another 1TB WD external drive.

I don't really have any fancy peripherals, other than my tablet (which isn't overly fancy, either).
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