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Druid of Lûhn

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i7 is amazing it's true.
I don't use my laptop for gaming, more for coding and image-editing, so i7 is the best for that.
 

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lol for image-editing you were better off with amd buldozer (way cheaper, and way powerful if you know a thing or two from overclocking )
 

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Can't upgrade the graphics card, or so they say. It's actually much much faster on my laptop than the computer I mentioned the specs of below.
 

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I noticed that afterwards.
It's video editing and gameplay that's not happy. I prefer Intel processors and ATI graphics cards (same company as AMD)
 
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AMD Phenom II x4 965 Processor - 3.40 GHZ
8.0 GB of RAM (hope to add some more (+8.0 GB) when I get some stuff paid for in the next couple months)
ATI Radeon 6950 - the 2 GB RAM graphics card, PCIe
2 TB data storage (Western Digital 1 TB internal HDs x2), configured into RAID array

I play games, do video editing, graphics design and editing, and play on the internet with it. Laptop is not nearly as strong as this machine, and I use the laptop for draft writing for my novels.
 

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Intel Core i7-6700, 3.4GHZ
32gb DDR4 Ram,
GeForce 1060, 6gb Turbo,
Samsung 256gb SSD
Seagate 2tb SSHD,
Elements 3tb EHDD
BenQ 24" LED x 2
 

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Acer Predator G1 gaming desktop
PC Intel Core i7 7700
32GB RAM, 1000GB HDD + 512 GB SSD
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (8 GB VRAM)
Win 10 Home
LaCie 1000GB HDD
Seagate 2TB HDD
 

Mad Hatter

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"What's your PC?"
Dead. Fried motherboard OR faulty PSU.
 

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Hmmm.

So this PC is new. It has:

- MSI mini-ITX B250 1156LGA motherboard;
- Intel i3 6100T CPU;
- ASUS GTX 1050 GFX card;
- 8 gig DDR 4 RAM (2x4);
- 256 Samsung 850 PRO SATA SSD;
- 1 TB HDD (can't remember what kind);
- In a Fractal Design Node 202 case.

It currently drives my TV. The case is about as big as an olde-time VCR player, which suits me :)
 

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Revised system (upgraded):

Main Computer:

3.0 Ghz P4, Hyperthreaded, 1GB RAM, Asus Motherboard
LianLi Aluminum Case, EnerMax 350W power supply
ATI Radeon 9800Pro 256MB Dual head card running the 19" monitor and the 17" monitor.
Promise secondary EIDE controller
160GB, 60GB, 30GB, 6GB Maxtor HDs
Floppy with integrated USB2 Compact Flash and Smartmedia readers
SBLive Audigy2 ZS
Logitech z530 5+1 Surround Speakers
Pinnacle AV/DV Video Capture Card
Asus TV Tuner Card
16x Dual-Layer DVD Burner and a second CDRW
Linksys ethernet components, SMC Wireless Router.
Umax Scanner
HP LaserJet and HP Inkjet printers
Logitech webcam
MS Wireless optical mouse
Logitech keyboard
Wacom Graphire tablet
Logitech Force Feedback Joystick
2 Logitech Gamepads
CH Flight Yoke
CH Pro pedals
Programmable throttle quadrant
MS Gamevoice
Dedicated VCR
Windows XP Professional
 

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