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post #1921 of 2045
Ha! Better be prepared when dooms day comes,,,biggrin.gif
Edited by m-i-c-k-e-y - 11/2/13 at 1:12am
post #1922 of 2045

My last motherboard took a turn for the worse and decided to stop POSTing, forcing an upgrade on me. Turns out, it's next to impossible to find a decent LGA1156 board any longer, so I was forced to move up to a newer package. Darn. So the rig is now:

 

Intel Core i7-4770K @ 4.6GHz (under EK Supreme-HF)

Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H

Crucial Ballistix Tracer DDR3-1333 (4x4096MB)

Sapphire Eyfinity 6 HD5870 (under Danger Den HD5870 FC)

Samsung SSD 840 (128GB/Win7 Ultimate 64-bit)

Western Digital WD10EADS (1TB/music storage)

Western Digital WD20EARX (2TB/general storage)

Western Digital WD6400AAKS (640GB/program installations)

M-Audio Audiophile 2496

Lite-On external DVD±RW

Seasonic SS-560KM

Danger Den Q20

Black Ice SR-360

XSPC BayRes One

Laing DDC3.2

 

To much dust to post photos!

post #1923 of 2045

Intel Core i7 3930k @4.6ghz

Asus Rampage IV Formula

EVGA GTX 680 4GB [SLI]

Corsair Dominator GT 16GB DDR3 @ 2133mhz

(2) Western Digital Caviar Black 500gb [RAID 0]

(2) Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB [RAID 0]

Crucial M4 128GB SSD

HP 24x Multiformat DVD

Asus USB 3.0 Blu-Ray Burner

RX360 Radiator

Corsair Obsidian 800D

Asus Xonar Essence STX

post #1924 of 2045

umm lets see...

 

i7-2600k clocked to 4ghz

16gb ram 

Giga

2x nvida 580s with 4gb ram each

3x benq 24 inchers @ 144hz

Wacom Cintiq 24HD

Logitech Z-5500

and a mess of other random sound gear...

post #1925 of 2045

I know it might not be related to the thread, but does any of you try to play BF4 on 3D surround and have DX errors telling you that you do not have enough VRAM?

 

I think my setup meet the minimum requirement of the game, but still, I cannot run the game even with the newest driver, here is my specs:

 

Intel I7 980X @4.2Ghz

ASUS Rampage III Formula X58 MB

Corsair AX1200 PSU

Corsair Dominator GT DDR3 RAM @ 8-9-8-24-2Ghz (dual triple-channel @ 12G)

Corsair 800D Full Tower

Corsair  H100 CPU cooler

LG BDROM Writer

Creative Fat1ty Titanium Champion Sound Card 

3X Benq XL2310t + 1X Benq BL2400 Monitor

2X OCZ 120G Vertex 3 MAXIOPS SSD RAID 0

1X HGST Utrastar 4TB HDD

2X Segate 1TB HDD RAID 0

3 X GTX680 Classified Sli

 

I know it is an old PC, but still, I should able to at least run the game.

(I know running 4 monitor is hard to power, but I don't think it I need more VRAM for now to just run the game with FXAA)

post #1926 of 2045
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Originally Posted by AlanHell View Post
 

I know it might not be related to the thread, but does any of you try to play BF4 on 3D surround and have DX errors telling you that you do not have enough VRAM?

 

I think my setup meet the minimum requirement of the game, but still, I cannot run the game even with the newest driver, here is my specs:

 

Intel I7 980X @4.2Ghz

ASUS Rampage III Formula X58 MB

Corsair AX1200 PSU

Corsair Dominator GT DDR3 RAM @ 8-9-8-24-2Ghz (dual triple-channel @ 12G)

Corsair 800D Full Tower

Corsair  H100 CPU cooler

LG BDROM Writer

Creative Fat1ty Titanium Champion Sound Card 

3X Benq XL2310t + 1X Benq BL2400 Monitor

2X OCZ 120G Vertex 3 MAXIOPS SSD RAID 0

1X HGST Utrastar 4TB HDD

2X Segate 1TB HDD RAID 0

3 X GTX680 Classified Sli

 

I know it is an old PC, but still, I should able to at least run the game.

(I know running 4 monitor is hard to power, but I don't think it I need more VRAM for now to just run the game with FXAA)

 

Entirely possible depending on resolution/detail/AA settings.  For example in BF3 @1920x1200 my machine used all of the 1gb vram available, i even had it setup to disable aero effects (windows 7) to free up that last 100mb or so of memory while playing Battlefield.

post #1927 of 2045

Late 2011 17" Macbook Pro (2.4 GHz i7) with Crucial M4 512 GB SSD and 16 GB RAM.  I use this the most, with my iTunes music library moved to it last week.  I also do my photo editing on it in Lightroom, hence the 17".  I also have a late 2012 mac Mini i7 with a Thunderbolt display in the office, but that is more of a backup/server machine at this point.

post #1928 of 2045

Spectre13x2u200 CTO 4th Generation (Intel) i5-4242y 1.6GHz, 3MB L3 Cache+ Intel HD Graphics, 4GB DDR3 Display 13.3in. 1920x1080 touchscreen, 128 GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard, webcam & microphone, 802.11AC WLAN and Bluetooth, 3 Cell Lithium Ion Battery (Slate), 2 Cell Lithium Battery (Base). Solid Aluminum case top and bottom. Windows 8.1 OS 

 

It has no moving parts inside and the base stays cool. The machine lasts me all day at work and a bit when I get home.

post #1929 of 2045
Quote:
Originally Posted by mcandmar View Post
 

 

Entirely possible depending on resolution/detail/AA settings.  For example in BF3 @1920x1200 my machine used all of the 1gb vram available, i even had it setup to disable aero effects (windows 7) to free up that last 100mb or so of memory while playing Battlefield.


I mean 3G is possible, but fill up all 4G of my VRAM with only FXAA seems a little bit harsh. BF4 is almost the same as BF3 in terms of detail and engine, so if I was able to run BF3 with 4XAA and everything ultra and only used up about 2G of VRAM, BF4 should not give me such hard time~~~~

post #1930 of 2045

intel 4770k cpu

msi xpower z87 motherboard

corsair ax1200 psu

cooler master haf x case

Samsung 840 evo 120g x2 ssd

zotac gtx 770 amp edition x2 gpu

corsair vengeance 2400mghz 16g ram

windows 8.1 o.s.

asus xonar essence stx sound card

Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU Cooler

hifiman ef-6 headphone amp and preamp

sennheiser hd 800 headphones

moon audio black dragon v2 deluxe headphone cable

kyj power cables

bis rca cables.

post #1931 of 2045

i7 720m

6 gigs o' RAM

5870m 1 gig

2x320 gig hard drives

 

hoping to get an SSD over the holidays!

post #1932 of 2045
Got some cables for my build, getting closer to complete smily_headphones1.gif

http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=264121

Also looking to do a media PC build over Christmas for the family, stuff I already own:

4gb Corsair Vengeance (already own)
Lian Li PC-V351B (already own)
LG BR drive
Lamptron fan controller

Stuff I need to get:
AMD APU (probably)
matx motherboard
3-400W psu
boot hdd/ssd
storage hdds
post #1933 of 2045
Quote:
Originally Posted by adevriesc View Post

i7 720m

6 gigs o' RAM

5870m 1 gig

2x320 gig hard drives

 

hoping to get an SSD over the holidays!


Asus g73?

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post #1934 of 2045

Yep. Complete with the classic touchpad issues.

post #1935 of 2045
Quote:
Originally Posted by adevriesc View Post

Yep. Complete with the classic touchpad issues.

nice. Have one myself. I remember reading a fix before on the notebook forums that worked for me. To be honest though I'm not a touchpad fan.

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