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post #1906 of 1996

HP Z800 Workstation

2 x 6-core Xeon X5675 @3GHz

48GB RAM

Liquid Cooling

1100W Power Supply

nVidia Quadro 400

2 x Crucial M4 500GB in RAID0

2TB Seagate disk

3TB WD disk

OCZ RevoDrive 3 240GB

2x27" 1080P Monitors

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

4 x USB 3.0 ports

post #1907 of 1996
Quote:
Originally Posted by BRCMRGN View Post
 

HP Z800 Workstation

2 x 6-core Xeon X5675 @3GHz

48GB RAM

Liquid Cooling

1100W Power Supply

nVidia Quadro 400

2 x Crucial M4 500GB in RAID0

2TB Seagate disk

3TB WD disk

OCZ RevoDrive 3 240GB

2x27" 1080P Monitors

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

4 x USB 3.0 ports

Now that's a computer!!!
Do you do some kind of 3D modelling/rendering with it?

post #1908 of 1996

Oracle, 2 diiferent version of SQL Server and a buch of virtual machines. Lab-in-a-box.

post #1909 of 1996

New PC chez KT66

 

Dell XPS8700 desktop

I7 4770

12 gig ram

2tb 7200rpm hardrive

1.5gb graphics card

 

It is lightening fast. and with my Audiolab MDAC and 

Foobar I can set the buffering to above 50 and it still

plays HiRez via WASAPI without a problem, and no more buffering errors.

post #1910 of 1996
Quote:
Originally Posted by KT66 View Post

New PC chez KT66

Dell XPS8700 desktop
I7 4770
12 gig ram
2tb 7200rpm hardrive
1.5gb graphics card

It is lightening fast. and with my Audiolab MDAC and 
Foobar I can set the buffering to above 50 and it still
plays HiRez via WASAPI without a problem, and no more buffering errors.

What graphics card is it?
post #1911 of 1996

i7-3840QM @ 2.8ghz

680m

32gb ram

128gb Crucial M4 CT128M4SSD3

240gb samsung 830 ssd - storage drive

blu-ray reader

1080P matte lcd

post #1912 of 1996
i7-3930k
16GB (4x 4GB) RAM
2x 64GB Patriot Pyro SE SSD in RAID 0
~4.5TB of other storage SSD/HDD
GTX 780 and GTX 560Ti (phsyx)
Dell 2713 HM
H|T Omega eClaro sound card
Custom Water loop using Aqua-computer and XSPC parts
Corsair Obsidian 900D
Edited by Muinarc - 10/30/13 at 10:48am
post #1913 of 1996

Intel i7-3820 @4.6Ghz w/Noctua NH-U12F

Asus Sabertooth x79
16GB 2133mhz DDR3 (4x 4GB quad channel)

Asus 560Ti DirectCU II / Dell U2412M 24" IPS & BenQ GW2260 22" TN

Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro / Pioneer VSA-E03 / Logitech Fatal1ty headset (gaming setup)

Hauppauge HVR-3000 Digital TV PVR card

256GB Samsung 830 SSD

x2 1TB WD Black HDD in RAID 0 (misc) / x1 2TB WD Black HDD (for music)

Some DVD writer from somewhere

Corsair AX850 / APC RS1000 UPS

Logitech MX518 / HP Keyboard

Lian-Li PCV-1000 case w/mods

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

post #1914 of 1996

4 yrs old...still kicking

 

Case: Silverstone FT-02WRI Limited Ed.
Processor: i7 930 (OC dynamically to 4.2Ghz) 
Heatsink: Noctua NH D-14
Board: Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7 Rev. 2
Ram: 12Gb (6x2Gb) Kingston Hyper-X 1600Mhz XMP 
Video: 2 x Gigabyte GV-N480SO-15I GTX480 SOC
OCZ Revodrive X3 120Gb PCIeSSD - System
1Tb Western Digital WD1002FAEX Sata III - Data
1Tb Western Digital WD10EAVS Sata II (In xternal USB) - Backup
Bluray Writer: Pioneer BDR-205
Wifi: Asus PCE-N13
Psu: Nesteq XS-1000 1000w PSU Gold
Monitor: Dell U2410
Keyboard: SteelSeries 7G
Mouse: Razer Mamba
Speaker: BlueSky EXO 2.1 System

OS: Win 7 x64 Ultimate

 


Edited by m-i-c-k-e-y - 10/30/13 at 11:49am
post #1915 of 1996
Quote:
Originally Posted by mcandmar View Post
 

Intel i7-3820 @4.6Ghz w/Noctua NH-U12F

Asus Sabertooth x79
16GB 2133mhz DDR3 (4x 4GB quad channel)

Asus 560Ti DirectCU II / Dell U2412M 24" IPS & BenQ GW2260 22" TN

Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro / Pioneer VSA-E03 / Logitech Fatal1ty headset (gaming setup)

Hauppauge HVR-3000 Digital TV PVR card

256GB Samsung 830 SSD

x2 1TB WD Black HDD in RAID 0 (misc) / x1 2TB WD Black HDD (for music)

Some DVD writer from somewhere

Corsair AX850 / APC RS1000 UPS

Logitech MX518 / HP Keyboard

Lian-Li PCV-1000 case w/mods

Windows 8.1 Pro x64

What do you use it for?

post #1916 of 1996
Quote:
Originally Posted by darkswan View Post
 

What do you use it for?

 

Everything.  Its my gaming rig, my TV and movie rig, music rig, my workhorse (IT guy), and the rest of the time general computing / internet browsing.  Pretty much gets used 24/7... he says @3am browsing head-fi :wink_face:

post #1917 of 1996
New setup:
http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=264121

AMD 760k
Gigabyte F2A85XN-Wifi
MSI GTX670
2x4gb Samsung green DDR3
Silverstone 450W SFX PSU (gold rated modular)
Enermax ELC120 cpu cooler
Seagate SSD 600 series 240GB

Still isn't quite finished but it's working, haven't worked out what I'll be doing ssd/hdd wise, probably adding another drive of some sort, also started clocking the cpu but not sure what I'll be aiming for.
post #1918 of 1996

@ george

At least another separate drive for your data to be safe. Use the ssd for your system.  

post #1919 of 1996
Quote:
Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post

@ george
At least another separate drive for your data to be safe. Use the ssd for your system.  

I don't have anything on that PC I couldn't get back in a weekend smily_headphones1.gif (maybe a bit longer depending on download speeds :P)

Got a Microserver with all of my media, then an external 1tb which I'm using with the PC right now for my music and photos. I think I may use this 'oppurtunity' to sell some of my 2tb drives and get some 3/4tb drives to replace them then have a bit of a shuffle.
post #1920 of 1996
Quote:
Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post
 

@ george

At least another separate drive for your data to be safe. Use the ssd for your system.  

I'm paranoid. My workstation has 2 spinning disks for backup of the SSD drives, using 2 separate back applications on two different schedules.

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