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26 / M / Waterloo, Ontario
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Posted 3/28/14
I have a laptop the following specs.

i3 processor with 2.3 gHz
6 gigs of RAM

Surprisingly, it can run 95% of Steam games with little to no problem.
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32 / M / NYC
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Posted 3/28/14
Custom built desktop

Intel i5 2500K
Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
16GB Kingston DDR3 Ram
Dual AOC 24 inch IPS 1080P Displays
EVGA Nvidia 550Ti 2GB
WD 1TB,500GB,120GB HDD
Win 7 & Win 8 Dual boot

Macbook Late 2008
Intel Core 2 Duo
4GB DDR2 Ram

Desktop is my productivity machine and it is fast enough to do everything I need.
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Custom built. About 2 years old now. Don't remember the exact brands but...

Intel i5 3570k
Asus Z87 (I think)
8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 RAM
3x 24" 1080p Asus monitors
Radeon 7970
2TB HDD
dvd drive
blu ray drive
5.1 surround speakers
7.1 logitech headphones
$10 logitech keyboard
Razer Naga mouse

Bought it specifically for gaming. Barely game. Spend more time watching dvd's on it than anything else.
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Posted 3/28/14
i have a macbook pro... that's powerful, right
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18 / M / Alberta
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Posted 3/28/14
95% of steam games with those specs? I doubt that.
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Posted 3/28/14
Intel i7 4770k @ 4.6Ghz
Asus Maximus IV Formula
16GB G.Skill @ 2400
2x EVGA SC GTX 780's
Asus 27" 2560x1440
8TB storage (120gb ssd, 4tb, 3tb, 1tb)
Blu Ray Burner
Mad Catz R.A.T. 7 mouse
Logitech G710+
Logitech 5.1 surroud
Sennheiser HD 600
Posted 3/28/14
Intel Core i5-2500 3.30GHz
Intel DH67CLB3
16GB DDR3-1333MHz
1920x1080 Asus MS226H 21.5" LCD monitor
GeForce GTX 560 Ti
600GB HDD, 64GB Intel SSD, 1TB external HDD
Blu-Ray drive
Logitech X-540 5.1 surround sound
Basic media keyboard and optical mouse.
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22 / M / I forgot
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Posted 3/28/14 , edited 3/28/14
I have a custom ITX build that i have just finished a week ago :

Fractal design Node 304 white case
Intel i7 4770
Noctua NH-L9i CPU cooler
Asus Maximus VI impact mini ITX
16gb Corsair Vengence DDR3 Ram
Samsung pro 512gb SSD
Samsung pro 256gb SSD
Corsair RM 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti
Corsair K70 Keyboard with Brown switches
Corsair M65 mouse

Mainly use it for gaming and work
Posted 3/28/14
rated 7.9 on windows experience

I chose the good quality parts to build this. I built it like 2 years ago or something.


it was such an excruciating process... and when I finally assembled the parts together, I was like... PLEASE WORK... and it didn't!!! And my brother had to fix something to make it work!
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25 / M / Zuellni
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Posted 3/28/14
Intel i7 3770k
16 GB G.Skill DD3-1600 RAM
Asus P8Z77-V motherboard
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 graphics card
Intel 120 GB solid state
Seagate 1TB 7200 rpm hard disk drive
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18 / M / Alberta
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Posted 3/28/14

mdmzero0 wrote:

Intel i7 3770k
16 GB G.Skill DD3-1600 RAM
Asus P8Z77-V motherboard
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 graphics card
Intel 120 GB solid state
Seagate 1TB 7200 rpm hard disk drive



You spent a bit more on your CPU than your GPU(most likely at least), and I have to question that. Why'd you do such a thing? Like what were you thinking when you did that??
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Posted 3/28/14
Intel i5 7000K
Tetrabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
64GB Kingston DDR3 Ram
Dual AOC 36 inch IPS 2040P Displays
EVGA Nvidia 810Ti 2GB
WD 4TB,600GB,160GB HDD
Win 7 & Win 8 Dual boot
Posted 3/28/14
I don't know.
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25 / M / Zuellni
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Posted 3/28/14

JamesSabs wrote:


mdmzero0 wrote:

Intel i7 3770k
16 GB G.Skill DD3-1600 RAM
Asus P8Z77-V motherboard
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 670 graphics card
Intel 120 GB solid state
Seagate 1TB 7200 rpm hard disk drive



You spent a bit more on your CPU than your GPU(most likely at least), and I have to question that. Why'd you do such a thing? Like what were you thinking when you did that??


...woah, take it easy there buddy. When I bought this, the GeForce GTX 670 wasn't the top-line, but it wasn't terrible either. Nvidia's top line was the GTX 690. I'm also not made of money, and this was on sale, the 690 was significantly more at the time. I want to be able to upgrade the GPU and graphics card before I upgrade the CPU. So I went with the top-line (at the time) CPU, which was also on sale, and the cheaper GPU that wasn't the best of the best.

I sure hope you can forgive me for such a transgression.
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17 / M / Galaxy
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Posted 3/28/14
Time to buy a new one
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