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Posted 5/7/14
mobo- MSI z87-G41
RAM- G.skill 4GB 2x2
CPU: Intel i5 4670K @ stock speed (at least for now)
Heatsink- CM Hyper 212 Plus
SSD- Sandisk 128GB
HDD- WD Blue 500GB
GPU- Radeon 6850HD
Case- Antec 300

Mouse- Razer Deather Adder Gen1 (yes the first gen 1800 dpi one)
Keyboard- Das Model S
Monitor- Acer H243h

I recently upgraded my CPU and mobo, but I'm in dire need of at least upgrading RAM and GPU at this point. Otherwise, I'm perfectly happy with my setup. People may remark on the mouse, but I've had that mouse for years and still isn't even close to dying, so it's staying. :)
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Posted 5/10/14
I made an update to my PC. i have this now:

23" Samsung B2330HD SyncMaster LCD HDTV
Corsair C230T Orange
Windows 7 x64 Enterprise
AMD FX-6300 Socket AM3+ 95W Six-Core
ASUS Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 Ti 2GB GDDR5
16GB DDR3 RAM
Western Digital WD500 500GB HDD+Samsung 200GB EX SSD
Samsung DVD-R/RW Drive+LG BD/HD-DVDDrive
Realtek HD Audio 7.1 Surround+THX+DTS+Dolby True HD
2.1 Kenwood Sound System For Xtreme Bass
4 Fans Cooling (No need for Liquid Cooling!)
500W Power Supply
2 USB Fighting Sticks for Street Fighter X Tekken and Super Street Fighter IV
Xbox Kinect USB For MMD and Autodesk Software
USB Standard Keyboard and Mouse
PS2 Dual-Shock Converter For Using PS2 controllers as a gamepad.
Sega Naomi GDI Writer with a Sega Naomi 2 System Binary.
Roland Jupiter-80 MIDI Keyboard With Controller.

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26 / M / Clarksville TN
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Posted 5/14/14
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K
GPU: NVIDIA GTX 780
RAM: 32GB RAM 1600Mz
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Posted 5/18/14 , edited 5/18/14
CPU: Intel Core i7 2600k
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 7950 OC
RAM: 16gb @ 1333mhz
Mouse: Razer Deathadder 2013
Keyboard: Steelseries 6gv2 Black Switches
HD: WD Blue 1TB
Heatsink: Corsair h100i
Case: NZXT Phantom 410
PSU: Corsair hx850 (overkill but I plan on upgrading CPU/GPU/adding more HDDs down the road)
Monitor: BenQ XL2420T
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22 / M / Las Vegas
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Posted 5/18/14 , edited 5/18/14
iMac

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27 / F / California
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Posted 5/19/14
Intel i5-3570k CPU
8GB RAM
NVIDIA GTX 550Ti GPU
1TB WD Black HDD

Also have a set of Logitech G35 7.1 surround headphones.

I want to upgrade to a solid state disk sometime soon and turn my WD into a media drive since the disk speed is the major bottleneck in my system right now.
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Posted 5/22/14
27" Asus VE278 monitor and a secondary 21" Emprex monitor that my dad isn't using
Windows 8.1 pro x64
AMD FX-6300 (overclocked to 4.1GHz)
8GB Corsair RAM (dual channel, 1333MHz) -I know it's slow
Asus Nvidia GTX 660
1TB Seagate HDD, 7200RPM

The computer isn't the best, but it's workable. I still to upgrade to a liquid cooling system. The fan ain't doing a good enough job.

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20 / M / Australia
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Posted 5/23/14
Two 21 inch monitors
Windows 8
AMD FX 8120 @ 3.10GHz
Leadtek Nvidia GeForce 770 2gb OCed
8GB RAM
Samsung EVO 128GB SSD
1TB Segate HHD, 7200RPM
AsRock 970 Extreme3


Next thing I'm upgrading is the motherboard which will require a system wipe unless I want to spend hours fixing things after. Not looking forward to it, but my current motherboard is faulty due to heat problems in summer.

Right now I need new peripherals though, my Razer Naga finally broke recently after 4 years of use, my mechanical keyboard broke just within a year of use, and my headphone ear padding is ripped throughout the inside. Headphones still work but I'm using a Logitech G15 and a very cheap Logitech mouse for now.
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Posted 5/23/14
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570k 3.40GHz
RAM: 8gb
GPU: MSI GTX 760 OC
I use a 23 inch ASUS 1080p 60Hz monitor,Gigabyte Keyboard,and a Razer Deathadder mouse.
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Posted 5/27/14
Dell XPS Desktop pre-built and basically unmoddable. At least, without a rubber hammer, mini-hacksaw, and gorilla glue it's unmoddable.

Specs include:

CPU: Intel i7 3770 (Not the easily overclocked 3770k) 3.4 GHz stock Quad core w/ 8MB L3 cache.
RAM: 16 GB "800 MHz" T^T
VCard: EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB SC that uses 60 watts of power. (This card is basically a steal, I got it around $150 superclocked AND it doesn't need a Molex connector.) The computer came with a 640GT 1GB card that used 75 watts power with less than expected performance.

Stock keyboard, stock mouse, Creative speaker system from the 90s that still outperforms modern setups somehow. I have the 24" 1920x1080x60 monitor that came with the computer, but my main display is a "Proview" 1440x900x75 monitor from 2006-7ish that fits my desk perfectly that still outperforms other modern setups that aren't 1ms ASUS 144Hz monitors somehow.

Inside is covered with as many large high cfm fans I can fit. Static pressure was not monitored when cutting square holes with my hacksaw. I have a relay soldered with my temperature sensor that "CLICKS" really fucking loud when my processor reaches a certain temp. More than half the fans are powered from the wall with the same ground as the power supply to avoid any mixed up electrical problems. (Which probably still exist no matter how I try to avoid it.) Wired them with a Super Nintendo power supply to avoid problem straight from the wall. I skillfully covered any blemishes/scratches with nothing less than tons of racing/performance parts stickers I've found in the parts boxes at work. More stickers, more swag. Wix filters, Exedy racing clutch kits, you name it, It's either on there or was at some time. Either way, if you've read this far, take my word when I say, "Build your own computer, whatever company builds your computer is more than likely gonna build it in a way to get you to send it back for costly maintenance/upgrades. Just like dealerships are with their cars."
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Posted 6/2/14 , edited 6/2/14
Operating System
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1

CPU
Intel Core i7 3770K @ 3.50GHz 46 °C
Ivy Bridge 22nm Technology

RAM
8,00Gt Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 800MHz (11-11-11-28)

Motherboard
ASRock Z77 Extreme4 (CPUSocket) 37 °C

Graphics
T24C300 (1920x1080@60Hz)
Intel HD Graphics 4000 (ASRock)
2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (ASUStek Computer Inc) 32 °C

Storage
931GB ATA ST1000DM003-1CH1 SCSI Disk Device (SATA) 36 °C

Optical Drives
ASUS DRW-24B5ST SCSI CdRom Device

Audio
Realtek High Definition Audio

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