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    Default Showing off specs

    So title says it all. Show off or ask questions ive got some experience and im sure alot of people on here do as well.
    Specs for my 100$ gaming pc
    AMD5200+
    8gb ram
    2 8800gtxs
    cheap old mobo
    2 500gb in raid 0
    Windows 7

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    The title has been changed to avoid a clogged thread. Hardware issues can be dealt with on a per thread basis.

    Anyways:
    Laptop:
    Intel i7-2760QM 2.4Ghz
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    nVidia Quadro 1000M
    Lenovo motherboard
    1x500GB Seagate Momentus SATA2 HDD
    Windows 8 Enterprise

    Desktop:
    AMD Athlon II X2-250 3.0Ghz
    8GB DDR2 RAM
    Foxconn GeForce 8800GT
    Gigabyte motherboard
    1x 250GB WD Caviar Blue SATA2 HDD
    Windows 8 Enterprise

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    Desktop:
    Core i7-950
    24GB of RAM
    nVidia GTX 470
    1 TB WD drive and 2 TB Seagate drive (what a waste, the second was never used!).
    Motherboard: Asus p6x58e-pro
    OS: Windows 7, FreeBSD

    Use cases: Heavy number crunching (even with GPU).

    Laptop:
    Thinkpad T520
    Core i7-2630QM (EDIT: Oops, thought it was 2730).
    8GB of RAM
    nVidia NVS 4200M
    OS: Windows 7

    Use cases: Number crunching (even with GPU) and browsing the web.

    I should have got the W520. Didn't know there was even a W series ... T series was the workhorse in the past (it's even what the IBM employees used to use).

    Netbook:
    Asus eeePC (forget the model)
    Intel Atom D410
    2GB of RAM
    Intel Graphics
    500GB drive
    OS: FreeBSD

    Use cases: Browsing the web.

    Router/Server:
    Intel Atom D510
    4GB of RAM
    Built-in graphics (unused)
    250GB drive
    Motherboard: SuperMicro MBD-X7SPA-H-O Mini ITX server motherboard
    OS: FreeBSD

    Use cases: It serves Internet via Wi-Fi and Wired LAN, it serves NFS and Samba, SVN, VPN, SSH, and automatically maintains firewall rules against the emergingthreats black list.

    The Wi-Fi card it uses to serve Wi-Fi: Atheros-based D-Link DWA-556

    I might add pictures later.

    EDIT:

    Desktop

    Here's a picture of my desktop. It's the first one I ever built ... I'm pretty new to hardware.

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    NOTES:
    This machine is about 3 years old.

    The case is an Antec 900 which was listed as a best seller and pretty inexpensive. It has no dust cover and this was a huge mistake as it accumulates dust and must be disassembled and cleaned occasionally. Having to disassemble it puts the hardware at risk in my opinion. If you build your own, I really recommend something with a dust cover. The Antec 902 is similar to the 900 and it has a dust cover. Maybe the 900 has a dust cover now.

    Oh and the cable management isn't all that great for this case.

    The PSU is a Kingwin Mach 1 1000W modular power supply. This one has aircraft-style cables ... not necessarily standard, but seems more durable than the plastic clipons featured on others. I really recommend modular power supplies for mid tower casses. It really is limited space even though it's about the same size (or is the same size) as a Dell or similar.

    Server

    And here are some pictures of my mini server. This is my second custom build.
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    Dusty innards and dollar bill added for scale. It just works so it's neglected ... but it looks like it needs to be cleaned.
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    NOTES:
    This machine is also about 3 years old.

    It has passive cooling! This kind of board would probably make for a great custom-built PVR since it makes no noise (well the PSU does ... you'd have to replace the built-in one).

    This was relatively expensive compared to what's available now. It was originally difficult to find Mini ITX motherboards with two RJ45 jacks. Still, it's rock solid. No complaints here.
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    Desktop:
    AMD A8-3800 APU
    8 GB of ram
    nVidia GTX 570
    1.5 TB HDD
    W7

    I forget what mobo I have.

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    Desktop. Built her myself:

    CPU: AMD FX-8350 ("Piledriver") overclocked to 4.7GHz.
    CPU Cooler: Antec KUHLER H2O 920
    Motherboard: Asus SABERTOOTH 990FX R2.0
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 16GB @ 1866Mhz
    Storage: Samsung 830 Series SSD x2, and a standard 1TB 7200 WD hard drive.
    Video card: GTX 560 ti
    Sound card: Asus Xonar DG
    Case: Corsair 600T Graphite, black.
    Power Supply: Corsair Professional Series Gold AX750

    Misc: Nameless optical drive cannibalized from an older system, Bitfenix Recon fan controller, Scythe Gentle Typhoons and Silverstone Air Penetrators as static pressure and airflow fans respectively.

    Would have gone with an Intel based platform (lol3570k) if I hadn't invested in a higher end 990fx board so early on. 8350 holds it's own when heavily OCed so I'm good for the foreseeable future. I'm also upgrading to an HD 7970 at the end of next month when Bioshock Infinite comes out and I can get my hands on the Never Settle Reloaded bundle. 560ti I got overclocked surprisingly well so I've been trying to stave off of upgrading as long as possible (less need, more for fun). With the delay of the 8000 series cards I'm making the jump soon. Gonna have to invest in an IPS monitor at some point too.

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    NVidia GeForce GTX 460 with 768 MB GDDR5
    Dell OptiPlex 780 motherboard
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    Currently ranking a 5.9 on the Windows Experience Index with the HDD being 5.9. The rest of the system is ranking 7.2 or higher
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathBlade/13.666 View Post
    Currently ranking a 5.9 on the Windows Experience Index with the HDD being 5.9. The rest of the system is ranking 7.2 or higher
    Unfortunately, the WEI rates anything that isn't a SSD at a 5.9, making it a not very useful overall rating system, since the "score" is the score of the lowest thing.


    Anyways, I'm too lazy for typing, so hora:
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    Edit: Clock speed are wrong on the CPU because of it being idle; it's not .8Ghz, it's clocked at 3.2Ghz.

    EditEdit: Also realized I didn't show the GFX card. Radeon 6850 1GxGDDR5. Not new by any stretch of the imagination, but it does the job.
    Last edited by Tarkenfire; 02-10-2013 at 10:34 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarkenfire View Post
    Unfortunately, the WEI rates anything that isn't a SSD at a 5.9, making it a not very useful overall rating system, since the "score" is the score of the lowest thing.
    Yea, I know what you mean. But it's a cheap and semi easy way to gauge the quality of a computer. Generally a decent average is 3.1-3.5 for a basic well running computer. Anything above 3.5 is above average and if you're into the 7's you're running a really good comp. It's not a prefect system, but knowing how to properly interpret it goes a long way. Especially for your average user.
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    Got my last computer about a year ago. I'm thinking of upgrading when there's a new generation of GPUs.

    Core i7 2600k
    8G ram
    GTX8800
    GTX8600 for PhysX
    Got a 120 Gb SSD for the OS and like a 500G for other crap. Don't need much storage on this machine. That's what the my file server is for.
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    Well... performance-wise, my 5-year old Acer Aspire notebook computer is pretty unremarkable by today's standards; ._. so, rather than "showing off" the specs of that, I'll be showing off the specs of my much coveted headphone sound system--since I'm more of an audiophile than a PC person. X3

    Components

    Audio Player: NAD C542 CD player
    Audio Bitstream Converter/Amplifier: Audiolab M-DAC D/A converter (with built-in Class-A headphone amplifier)
    Connection Cable: QED Qunex SR75 RCA to RCA coaxial digital audio cable
    Speakers: Sennheiser Hd650 reference-quality headphones

    Details per Component

    NAD C542
    Main features:
    > HDCD® Decoder with Automatic Detection
    > Burr-Brown Sigma-Delta 24 bit Digital to Analogue Converter
    > Nichicon "Muse" capacitors
    > Separate Power Regulators for Analog and Digital Sections
    > Low Output Impedance
    Technical specifications:
    Audio SNR: 108 dB
    Channel Separation: 110 dB
    THD (Total Harmonic Distortion): 0.0035 %
    Frequency Response: 5 Hz - 20 kHz (± 0.5 dB)
    Dynamic Range: 98 dB


    Audiolab M-DAC
    Main features:
    > Asynchronous USB supporting 24-bit/96kHz with remote control of PC / MAC Media Player via HID support
    > High current, high linearity RCA single-ended & XLR true balanced with fully discrete J-FET CROSS* Class A output stages and built-in headphone amplifier
    > Selectable DAC mode or Digital Pre-amplifier mode, allowing direct connection to power amplifiers and active speakers in digital only systems
    > Advanced de-jittered optical and coaxial SPDIF output, with USB to SPDIF output.
    > 26 internal regulated supply rails with 10 ultra low noise, low impedance discrete regulators
    > 7 user selectable digital filters – fully software upgradeable via the USB port
    > Organic ultra low ESR capacitors, high tolerance polypropylene film / foil capacitors, ultra stable very low VCR 0.1% MELF SMD resistors, 4 layer PCB
    > External upgradeable power supply interface for a future upgrade path
    Techical specifications:
    DAC: ESS Sabre32 9018
    Resolution: 32 bits
    Maximum Sampling Frequency: 84.672MHz
    Total Harmonic Distortion: RCA: <0.002%; XLR: <0.0008%
    Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz (± 0.2dB)
    Dynamic Range: RCA: >115dB; XLR: >122dB
    Crosstalk: RCA: <-120dB; XLR: <-130dB
    Digital Input: 2 x 24-bit/192kHz coaxial ,2 x 24-bit/96kHz Toslink optical, 1 x 24-bit/96kHz USB


    QED Qunex SR75
    Main features/techical specifications:
    Click here for details

    Sennheiser Hd650
    Main features:
    > Systems with narrow tolerances (± 1 dB), hand-picked in pairs
    > Highly optimised magnet systems for minimum harmonic and intermodulation distortion
    > High-quality titanium/silver finish
    > Specially developed damping element, made from fine acoustic metal mesh, ensures a precise damping over the entire diaphragm surface, highly constant in all climates.
    > Specially modulated connecting cable (detachable) made from highly conductive OFC copper, Kevlar-reinforced, with very low handling noise, i.e. low structure-borne sound
    > Extremely lightweight aluminium voice coils for excellent transient response
    > Gold plated ¼” jack plug
    Technical specifications:
    Frequency Response: 10-39,500hz (± 3 dB)
    SPL (Sound Pressure Level): 103dB
    THD (Total Harmonic Distortion): 0.05 %


    Notes

    In practice, the 24-bit, Burr-Brown Sigma-Delta DAC chip in the C542 is never used since the M-DAC features the far more capable 32-bit, ESS Sabre32 9018 DAC chip. Not that the DAC in the C542 is bad by any means (at least not for a mid-end range CD player), but with the M-DAC being twice the price of the former, it should come as no surprise that it also features a much better DAC. The upgradeable external power supply alone is about the wheight of half a brick.

    I also use my M-DAC to listen to audio from my computer or TV, which also accepts mp3 and flac audio files through USB. At long last, because of this device, I can finally enjoy my music from other sources as much as my CD player--which is neat, because burning multiple CDRs in order to get noise-free-jitter-free audio can be a tedious job, especially with my music collection!

    I'm very happy with the quality of sound from my little system. But like most audiophiles, I'm always on the lookout for "upgrades" that can enrich my listening experience further. That being said, I'm in no particular hurry to upgrade my system anytime soon; but if and when I decide, I guess I'll upgrade my CD player, which, as capable as it is, is probably also the weaklist link (being the least expensive and oldest component barring connection cables). However, the M-DAC does a cracking job of compensating for the technical shortcomings of audio-playing devices--as it should, because that's the whole point of a dedicated Hi-Fi DAC. Case in point: I can no longer distinguish the differences in sound quality between music played from my computer, TV, or CD player.
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    CPU: Intel Core i5 SandyBridge
    GPU: EVGA GTX570hd
    RAM: 8gb
    Motehrboard: ASRock P67 Extreme4
    HDD: 1TB (I think it was a seagate)
    Case: Corsair 600T (White edition)

    I got a laptop too. It's just some HP with a Intel Centrino Duo on it's last legs. Time to put some money aside and get a new one.
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    Laptop: Asus K-series I-can't-remember-thing

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    Case: Corsair 600T (White edition)
    Another 600T owner! Excellent taste. I fell in love with that case upon setting my eyes on it. Only thing I underestimated about it was the size. Labelling it as a midtower is a technicality of some kind.

    I wanna get a Fractal R4, 200/300R to make it easier to lug around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Souhi View Post
    Another 600T owner! Excellent taste. I fell in love with that case upon setting my eyes on it. Only thing I underestimated about it was the size. Labelling it as a midtower is a technicality of some kind.

    I wanna get a Fractal R4, 200/300R to make it easier to lug around.
    hah, I know what you mean. I tried to guesstimate the size based on the measurements, but obviously my sense of size and what not kind of sucks. It is big. a little too big. It's not that I want to take it places, it just sticks out a little too much.

    At times I'm tempted to get something smaller. The fan control dial seems to have stopped working on mine too, so I had to connect them directly to the Motherboard.

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    Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32-bit SP1
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    Intel Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
    4GB Ram
    150GB Hard Drive

    I'm sorry. I know I don't belong here.

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    Manufacturer: HP
    Processor: Pentium Dual Core CPU 2.60 GHz
    4 GB of Ram
    Windows 7 64 bit
    584 GB on hard disk

    That's really all the specs I know, I don't know how to look at the advanced things. But as you can see, this computer sucks with high-end PC games. :/
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    CPU: INTEL CORE I5 3570K 3,4GHZ @4,3GHZ
    CPU Cooler: Corsair H80
    GPU: ASUS GEFORCE GTX 680 DIRECTCU II OC 2GB@1240/6400
    RAM: 12GB Kingston ValueR. DDR3 1333MHz
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32-bit SP1
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    Intel Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
    4GB Ram
    150GB Hard Drive

    I'm sorry. I know I don't belong here.
    Not really.


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    2x 2GB Kingston DDR2-800 (clocked to 833Mhz)
    Gigabyte M750SLI-DS4 mainboard (nForce chip board ... yay)
    Gigabyte nVidia GTX275 Super OC Edition, 1792MB VDDR3
    250GB SATA HDD

    Granted it's 5-6 years old now. Also, granted at the appropriate times all of this cost about $2K to amass.
    ... Now to think you can get a Geforce 8800 for less than $50.

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    This is my latest build, I plan to add another 7950 when FF14 A realm reborn is Released.
    Gaming Rig:
    NZXT Phantom Case Full Tower
    AMD FX 6100 Overclocked @ 4GHz
    8GB DDR3 1800MHz Ram (I don't see the need for anymore)
    Gigabyte Wind force AMD HD7950
    Gigabyte UD5 990FX Motherboard
    ThermalTake Bigwater cooling the CPU
    Antec Earth 900w PSU (plenty for my final plans)

    Soon I plan to mod it to have a window rather than a grill mesh on the side, also since I have nice blue LED lighting inside, yet can't be seen due to all black,no window case -_- (silly mistake on my behalf)

    Personal/work Notebook:
    Laptop/Ultrabook (I honestly don't see the need for any sort of high/mid performance on a portable computer, the more performance = more weight = less practicality)
    Acer Aspire S3
    Intel Core i5 ULV
    4GB ram
    Intel HD 4000 GPU
    20GB SSD + 500GB HDD
    and 5-6 Hours Battery Life!

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