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post #1546 of 2056

Sager NP8150 15.4" laptop with AMD 6990m graphics. Kicks sooo much ass.

post #1547 of 2056

i7 ivybridge 3770s

16gb ddr3 @ 1600

z77 gigabyte mobo

1050w corsair psu

gtx680 evga

2x 120gb ssds - agility 3s in raid 0

2x 2tb western digitals in raid 1

post #1548 of 2056

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post #1549 of 2056

Slight Rig update for me

 

i7 990x @ 4.8ghz

24GB DDR3 Mushkin Ridgebacks

2x120gb OCZ Vertex Plus in Raid 0 (Win 7 Pro OS)

2x2tb Seagate LP's in Raid 0 (Steam/Data)

2x2tb WD Green in Raid 5 (Redundancy to Backup my Data Raid)

2x1tb Seagate Barracuda in Raid 5 (Server 2k8 Data/Backup)

1x1.5tb WD Green (Server 2k8 OS)

Logic Point Raid Controller PCI

Creative x-fi Fatal1ty Pro 

3x EVGA GTX480 in Tri SLi

Enermax 1250Watt PSU

 

 

Upcoming:

 

6x4TB WD Blacks

6x8gb Corsair DDR3 1333 Ram

Enermax Platimax 1500watt PSU

post #1550 of 2056

LIAN LI PC-Q08R 

ASUS P8H77-I

2600k

16gigs of Giel Black dragon

2-120g OCZ Vertex 3

1-40g OCZ agility 2

1-90g OCZ agility 2

1-500g WD Black

Corsair h60

Corsair AX850

AMD 6950

TT Meka G1

Logitech G700

Griffin PowerMate

Logitech 5500 system with Cerwin vega book shelves and replaced sub with a sony

I-inc 28 inch lcd

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post #1551 of 2056

i7 930 @ 4.2

ASUS P6X58D-E

G.Skill PI 12800 6GB

eVGA GTX570

WD Caviar Black 640GB

OCZ Vertex 2 60GB (OS)

ASUS Essence STX

Corsair HW850 Modular

Corsair 800D

27" ASUS Monitor + 46" Sony LCD TV

 

CPU, GPU, and mobo are all on water + custom sleeving.

 

Probably won't upgrade anytime soon, but do plan to add more storage and probably increase my SSD storage.


Edited by Wirbel - 7/2/12 at 9:51am
post #1552 of 2056

i5 2500K

Asus P8P67 EVO

16GB Mushkin

Asus 7970 3GB

Crucial M4 128GB

Crucial M4 256GB

Samsung F4 2TB x 2

Seasonic Platinum 1000W

Corsair 550D
 

Dell U2711

Topre Realforce 88UB

Logitech G700

post #1553 of 2056

Antec Three Hundred Two

Intel Core i5 2500K

corespeed: 4.5 GHz

voltage: 1.56 V

 

 

ASUS P8Z77-V Pro

Patriot Viper Xtreme DIV. 2 8GB 2X4GB

Sapphire Radeon HD 7850

memoryclock: 1375 MHz
memory: 2.0 GBytes
coreclock: 1185 MHz

 

Mushkin Chronos 120GB 2.5IN SATA3 Sandforce SF-2281 SSD

Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB 16MB Cache 7200RPM 3.5IN SATA

 

Corsair Professional Series Gold AX850

 

Coolermaster Hyper 212 Evo

7-Noctua NF-F12 PWM

1-Noctua NF-F14

 

 

windows 7

Logitech Z-5500

CM Storm Trigger Mechanical

Steelseries Limited Edition Diablo III

 

Samsung S27A950D

post #1554 of 2056

^Is all of that voltage on the CPU necessary? It seems excessive to begin with (wasn't the maximum recommended by Intel 1.52v?), but since it's only at 4.5GHz it seems really bad. When I had a 2600K it hit 4.5GHz (with Hyper Threading enabled) with only 1.32v. It ran Prime95 for 36 hours with those settings. Maybe I got lucky and got a really good chip, or perhaps you were unlucky?

 

How is that monitor? I was considering it, but I took it off my list after my s27a550h developed serious color issues after only 2 days of owning it. I ended up getting a HP ZR2740w, and I love it.


Edited by Rebel975 - 7/2/12 at 1:58pm
post #1555 of 2056
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^Is all of that voltage on the CPU necessary? It seems excessive to begin with (wasn't the maximum recommended by Intel 1.52v?), but since it's only at 4.5GHz it seems really bad. When I had a 2600K it hit 4.5GHz (with Hyper Threading enabled) with only 1.32v. It ran Prime95 for 36 hours with those settings. Maybe I got lucky and got a really good chip, or perhaps you were unlucky?

 

How is that monitor? I was considering it, but I took it off my list after my s27a550h developed serious color issues after only 2 days of owning it. I ended up getting a HP ZR2740w, and I love it.

 

yeah i hit 4.5 GHz on my 2500k with 1.35v, but then again, that was the most that MSI motherboard would even let me use. it was Prime95 stable for over 12 hours

post #1556 of 2056

Intel 3960X @ 4.9ghz ~1.35v

32gb RAM @ 1866 (downsized from 64gb, not needed yet) Corsair Vengeance

Asus Rampage IV Extreme mobo

1x AMD 7970 (not a hardcore/performance gamer atm)

LSI MegaRAID SAS9280-16i4e with SSD key (CacheCade/FastPath) and BBU

13x Seagate 2TB HDDs

4x Intel 510 series 250GB SSDs

Enermax MAXREVO 1350w PSU (future proof and has several/long connections)

Enermax GT Fulmo case lined with FatMat noise absorption panels (hint...hint...!)

Corsair H100 watercooler (gets the job done) push/pull Noctua 120mm fans

CyberPower 1350VA / 810W PFC compatible Pure sine wave UPS

BluRay Drive

TV tuner card

3x 27in. 1080p monitors

Corsair Vengeance K90 Mechanical Keyboard (reds are so smooth and not click/clacky)

Razer Naga Epic mouse (macros aren't just for gamers, neither is comfort lol)

2x Razer Goliathus Mouse pads

Razer Nostromo (Diablo III only)

 

Amazingly, my rig only consumes about 275w under normal/idle condition. I use this for many, many things. You name it, I do it. Except for 3D modeling.


Edited by brunk - 7/2/12 at 3:09pm
post #1557 of 2056
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Intel 3960X @ 4.9ghz ~1.35v

32gb RAM @ 1866 (downsized from 64gb, not needed yet) Corsair Vengeance

Asus Rampage IV Extreme mobo

1x AMD 7970 (not a hardcore/performance gamer atm)

LSI MegaRAID SAS9280-16i4e with SSD key (CacheCade/FastPath) and BBU

13x Seagate 2TB HDDs

4x Intel 510 series 250GB SSDs

Enermax MAXREVO 1350w PSU (future proof and has several/long connections)

Enermax GT Fulmo case lined with FatMat noise absorption panels (hint...hint...!)

Corsair H100 watercooler (gets the job done) push/pull Noctua 120mm fans

CyberPower 1350VA / 810W PFC compatible Pure sine wave UPS

BluRay Drive

TV tuner card

3x 27in. 1080p monitors

Corsair Vengeance K90 Mechanical Keyboard (reds are so smooth and not click/clacky)

Razer Naga Epic mouse (macros aren't just for gamers, neither is comfort lol)

2x Razer Goliathus Mouse pads

Razer Nostromo (Diablo III only)

 

Amazingly, my rig only consumes about 275w under normal/idle condition. I use this for many, many things. You name it, I do it. Except for 3D modeling.

 

 

 

I bolded the items I'm jealous of. Anyway, what's it like having 3 monitors? Any regrets? I went with a single high res screen instead of 3 low res ones.

 

How much does your PC weigh? lol


Edited by Rebel975 - 7/2/12 at 3:35pm
post #1558 of 2056
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I bolded the items I'm jealous of. Anyway, what's it like having 3 monitors? Any regrets?I went with a single high res screen instead of 3 low res ones.
Well, in my opinion having three monitors is incredibly useful. It's one of those things you never want to lose once you've gotten used to it.

Having one big screen is a lot more convenient with regards to have near fields on your desk, on the other hand. Currently I'm putting my speakers sideways and resting the two outer screens on the speakers, but this is far from practical as you can imagine.
post #1559 of 2056
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I bolded the items I'm jealous of. Anyway, what's it like having 3 monitors? Any regrets? I went with a single high res screen instead of 3 low res ones.

 

How much does your PC weigh? lol


My 3x monitors are actually the Samsung 3D ones that have 120hz capability. It was nice when I had 2x 6990's but have long sold off those lava rocks lol and glad i did. Hi-Res is nice, but I found more screen real estate and a non-blurry image higher on my priority list. You can't run all 3 on 3D, just one, but that 120hz is oh so nice.

 

I also have an HDMI splitter that I use, that goes to a 47in. screen for even more viewing options.

 

Good question on the weight lol. I'm certain it's ~50lbs. Maybe more... casters on the bottom are a lifesaver. I bought those HDDs when they were $70 a pop, just before the natural disaster. I'm almost done with my second data rollover.

 

Tilpo is right, once you go 3 monitors, you can never go back. You've been warned! Oh, and that FatMat stuff is a god send, it stinks at first (tar) but goes away in a week. I'm surprised it hasn't been commonplace honestly.


Edited by brunk - 7/2/12 at 4:03pm
post #1560 of 2056

You need some Nvidia 3D surround action. 2x GTX 690 anyone?

 

I would love to get 3 monitors, but my console gaming doesn't mesh well with the idea. (I game on both my Xbox and my PC) Maybe next gen will let you game with multiple screens? I doubt it.


Edited by Rebel975 - 7/2/12 at 4:18pm
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