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post #1591 of 2056
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

Got a new toy. wink.gif
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It makes it less fun when you block out the identifying labels -_-

post #1592 of 2056
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

Zowie Celeritas CherryMx Brown Keyboard

 

Nice keyboard biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

Mechanical keyboards ftw!
Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 2

 

Agreed. As much as I love the 1983 Model-M, I just picked up a refurb Professional S daskeyboard, and I have to say that the lighter press is quite nice. The extra usb 2.0 hub is real convenient for mobile stuff too.

post #1593 of 2056

Some progress with buying parts for my rig.  Now the specs are:


-Intel 2500K + EVGA Superclock.

-Asus P8Z77-I

-8GB Corsair Vengeance LP

-Silverstone 750W Strider Gold Evolution

-Cooler Master Elite 120

 

New:

-256GB Samsung 830 SSD

-GTX 660Ti

 

Last missing piece is a great USB DAC/amp small enough to fit in a MITX case.   I have a Fiio E7, but it's just not wowing me.  The real sad part is that although I built a new rig, I'm never home long enough to even use it or game.  I after I got the new parts, I didn't even install it.  I just took them out of the boxes and they are just sitting on the floor.  $500 wasted.

post #1594 of 2056

I've updated many parts in my computer since a year or so ago when I last posted in this thread, so...

 

 

CPU
corespeed: 4.5 GHz GHz
voltage: 1.38 V
RAM
size: 16 GBytes
Optical Drive
 
Monitor
 
Motherboard
revision: Rev X.0x
Hard Drive
count: 1
capacity: 256 GBytes
Monitor
 
Case
 
Graphics
memory: 3072 MBytes
coreclock: 1000 MHz
memoryclock: 1300 MHz
Hard Drive
capacity: 2000 GBytes

 

Whoa, I can copy-paste directly from OCN and have the formatting still intact! cool.gif

 

Coming soon:

Overlord Computer Tempest X270SE monitor (2560x1440!)

and probably another Radeon 7950 to run in CrossfireX, due to the above monitor rolleyes.gif

post #1595 of 2056
Oh my computer is so old, circa 2003 I'd guess. It was top of the line at that time, at least smily_headphones1.gif

Asus P4C800 motherboard
2 GB Corsair RAM
Intel P4 HT at 3.2 GHz
2x WD 740 Raptor in a RAID 0 array (OS and software)
1x WD 1.5 TB SATA (data)
M-Audio Audiophile 2496
ASUS GeForce 4600Ti

Still runs wicked fast.
post #1596 of 2056

All stock and outdated could prolly upgrade a thing or two in my pc specs, but not sure what it is and still looking for a cheap deal xD

 

Thermaltake Element T Case

Intel Q8200 with Stock HSF

Palit GTX260

MSI P45 Neo3 FR

2x 2GB OCZ Platinum 1066mhz PC8500

Modded Creative Soundblaster Live! CT4620 replaced all capacitors with Nichicon for audio caps

Corsair TX650

80GB Maxtor SATA HDD for OS only (yep it is still working perfectly without any bad sectors)

2TB WD Caviar Green (dead, currently under RMA)

2x 640GB WD Caviar Green and Black

Samsung Optical Drive

 

Samsung T220

dying Logitech G5

dying Logitech Illuminated Keyboard

...and a piece of yellow paper for mousepad =)

 

pros use a piece of yellow paper for mousepad!

post #1597 of 2056

Looking to build a new computer soon, probably around black friday so I can grab some good deals. Right now my desktop is:

AMD Athlon X2 5000+ 2.6Ghz

OEM HP motherboard

3GB DDR2 533 RAM (Already have 16GB of DDR3 1600 ram to replace this when I get a new mobo)

2 1TB internal drives (WD Black and Seagate Barracuda)

MSI NX8800gt

500W PSU

Antec 900

Logitech G15 1st generation

Logitech MX Revolution

Dell 23" Monitor main, HP 19" secondary

 

New addition:
OCZ Vertex 4 128GB SSD.

 

That SSD really makes my PC fly again. But I'm looking to get an i3/i5 depending on the budget I have, with a decent motherboard.

Any suggestions?

Also, my HTPC:

Silverstone HTPC case

Biostar TA75M

AMD A6-3650 APU

4GB DDR3 1600 (Currently have the 16GB waiting to be dropped in my Desktop here as well)

OCZ Vertex 4 64GB SSD (Yes, Newegg had a sale on OCZ vertex 4's as well as a coupon for buying the APU)

Seagate barracuda 320GB HDD for Music and Ero-Games :P

2TB external WD Essentials with media


Edited by mechgamer123 - 10/1/12 at 7:14pm
post #1598 of 2056

Do you live near a Fry's or MicroCenter?

 

If you don't need anything fancy from your motherboard, you can get a combo deal for next to nothing.

post #1599 of 2056
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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post

Do you live near a Fry's or MicroCenter?

If you don't need anything fancy from your motherboard, you can get a combo deal for next to nothing.
Unfortunately I do not, the closest one is in California, which is about a 12 hour drive from where I'm at.
post #1600 of 2056

Current Specs:

Silverstone Raven RV02 White

Intel i7-3930K @4.6GHz + Corsair H100 (2x Aerocool Sharks)

ASUS P9X79 Pro

8 x 4GB 1600 Kingston HyperX + Kingston HyperX RAM Cooler

120GB Kingston HyperX SSD

1TB 7200 Segate HDD

ASUS 6970 DCII + Gigabyte 6970 Crossfire

1000W Silverstone Strider Gold

 

Connected 'Stuff':

5x 23" LG IPS Monitors

Razer Naga

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate

Razer Nostromo

3 Switch Foot padel

PS2 Controller (Joybox)

Roccat Apuri

3x USB hubs

 

Audio:

onboard --toslink--> Behringer DEQ2496 --toslink-> ASUS Essence One -> Audio Technica A2000X


Edited by ZGojira - 10/5/12 at 7:02pm
post #1601 of 2056
My computer sucks, but i do have a 30mbps internet connection smily_headphones1.gif
post #1602 of 2056

I have 2, maybe 3 main laptops:

 

Portable:

Sony Z1

i7-620m

6gb RAM

256gb SSD

640gb HDD

1080p 13.1" 90% gamut LCD

Nvidia gt 330m

3.6lbs

 

Test system:

MSI gx640

i7-740qm

Nvidia Quadro K5000m 4gb gddr5 (basically a GTX 680m, one helluva upgrade)

8gb RAM

random 250gb HDD

random 20$ 15.4" Matte WSXGA+ lcd

custom made 230 watt power adapter

 

More stable gaming system:
Gateway nv78 w/ steampunk mod

Core 2 Quad extreme q9200 ES 

HP ATI 5870m gddr5 (also one helluva upgrade)

Clevo x7200 heatsink

17.3" LED backlit, matte 1080p LCD

same random 250gb HDD

post #1603 of 2056

I have an Alienware M11X for a laptop:

Core 2 Duo OC @ 1.8GHz

Nvidia GT335m

8GB of G.Skill RAM

256GB SSD

 

Desktop:

AMD Phenom II X4 955 BE OC @ 4.0GHz

8GB of G.Skill RAM

2 x 1TB hardrives RAID 0

2 x GTX460 SLI can't remeber the OC off the top of my head

Antec Khuler H20 120 CPU cooler (liquid cooler)

24" View Sonic 1080p

post #1604 of 2056

I have a desktop and a Thinkpad for class.

 

Desktop: 

 

Intel i7 2700k

4 x 4GB G.Skill DDR3 RAM

Cooler Master HAF 922 case

Corsair TX650W PSU

Asus Xonar DX soundcard

Samsung 830 256GB SSD w/1TB Hitachi HDD

Galaxy GTX460 video card (it was cheap!)

Crossover 27" LED 2560x1440, Dell U2412M 1920x1200 , Dell U2311H 1920x1080p monitors. Bothers me that they're all different resolutions, but they were on sale at different times and I couldn't resist :(

 

Laptop: 

 

Lenovo Thinkpad T430s

I can't quite recall the specs, even though I just got the laptop, I don't use it very often. Has an i5 Ivy Bridge processor, 6GB RAM, Intel 120GB SSD, Intel onboard graphics... Nothing special.

post #1605 of 2056

Yix! Just placed an order for an Alienware M17X:

 

i7-3840QM

Radeon 7970M

12GB DDR3 Ram

1 TB HDD (have a Crucial M4 128GB at home I'll be installing in it)

1920x1080 (non-3D, don't like it, won't buy it)

 

And oddly the sales agent was really nice and provided some discounts! Down from ~$3000 to just under $2400 (with a 3 year accident protection warranty)

 

 

Now the waiting game begins..

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