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  • RoboloRobolo ParisPosts: 5Member

    Personally, i have :

    Bitfenix Colossus Venom Green LED



    Mobo : Asus P6T Deluxe v2

    CPU:

    Intel Core i7 950 3.06 Ghz

    →Noctua NH-D14



    Ram : OCZ PC16000 Platinum Edition

    GPU : XFX HD 5850 Black Edition

    SSD : OCZ Vertex 60 GB

    Hard Drives : 1x320 GB ; 1x1 TB

    And recently, a second HD5850 and 750 GB hard drive have join my PC setup =D

     

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  • VooDoo_PapaVooDoo_Papa Somewhere on a beach on the east coast, FLPosts: 883Member Uncommon


    • Asus P8P67 Pro


    • i7 2600K @4.4 ghz (50c full load)


    • Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus


    • EVGA Superclocked GTX 570


    • Bigfoot Killer NIC 2100


    • G.Skill Ripjaw X Series 8 gig (4gig x2)


    • Mushkin Enhanced Calisto Deluxe 120 gig SSD


    • Western Digital Caviar Black 1 tb 64 meg cache


    • Seasonic X750 Gold (750w)


    • Silverstone Raven RV02B 90 degree mount case


    Belkin N52te, Logitech G15, Cyborg Rat.7


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  • PetarSPetarS Novi SadPosts: 7Member

    Processor: Intel Celeron E3300 @ 4.0 Ghz

    Motherboard: MSI G31 TM-P21

    Graphic Card: Sapphire AMD HD5850 1GB DDR5

    Memory: 2x2GB DDR2 Patriot Extreme

    HDD: Seagate Barracuda ST3500 500GB

    Monitor: LG 32LD465 LCD TV

    Sound System: Logitech Z-5500

    "OGame has no bugs, only features" - Muhawia, Gameforge Group Leader Community Manager

  • drazzahdrazzah SoJers, NJPosts: 444Member

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  • ZamenZamen seymour, INPosts: 12Member

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    My work Area.

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    M17x R3  fully loaded duel geforce 480's

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    HAF limited edition full tower case

    2 x msi geforce 560 gtx 2gig

    12 gb fatality ram

    i7 quad core

    ruby orb fan

    1000 watt power supply

    xfx 780i nforce mobo

     

     

  • zappymanz5zappymanz5 Tacoma, WAPosts: 17Member

    Intel i7-920 overclocked @ 4Ghz

    ATI HD 5970 2GB (Dual-GPU) - 900/1300

    Killer Xeno Pro

    3x - 300mb/s read/write 7200RPM drives in RAID 0 (Capture/Gaming)

    Liquid Cooling System

    1x 500GB 7200RPM System Drive

    BlackMagic Intensity Pro

    6GB Ram 1333Mhz (upgrading to 12GB in a few weeks)

     

     

     

  • Zeus.CMZeus.CM ZagrebPosts: 1,788Member

    AMD Athlon 64 3000+ runing at 2.0Ghz

    ATI Radeon 9250 64 MB VRAM

    768MB RAM DDR

     

    anyone wanna trade? :D

    (btw my real computer is under maintenance) :)

  • jacobcheedjacobcheed CopenhagenPosts: 5Member

    Radeon's current flagship GPU is the HD 6970, which arrived shortly after their very successful 6800 series. These cards fall slightly behind the GTX 570 on most benchmarks, although the 6970's 2 GB of memory can give it an edge at very high resolutions like 2560x1600. HD 6970 cards tend be very large at about 11 inches long, and they need both 8-pin and 6-pin auxiliary power. They're in the same price range as the GTX 570 and they offer a similar value in terms of game performance. If you use more than two displays, most people find AMD’s Eyefinity easier than the alternatives.

  • AurorusAurorus San Diego, CAPosts: 60Member Common

    Originally posted by jacobcheed

    Radeon's current flagship GPU is the HD 6970, which arrived shortly after their very successful 6800 series. These cards fall slightly behind the GTX 570 on most benchmarks, although the 6970's 2 GB of memory can give it an edge at very high resolutions like 2560x1600. HD 6970 cards tend be very large at about 11 inches long, and they need both 8-pin and 6-pin auxiliary power. They're in the same price range as the GTX 570 and they offer a similar value in terms of game performance. If you use more than two displays, most people find AMD’s Eyefinity easier than the alternatives.

    6990 is the flagship card.

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    Intel Core i7 2600k 4.8ghz
    Asus P8P67 Pro
    8GB Corsair 1600 DDR3
    Diamond Radeon 7970 3GB
    3x Dell U2412M 6048x1200
    2x 1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3 [Raid 0]
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

  • jacobcheedjacobcheed CopenhagenPosts: 5Member

    Radeon's current flagship GPU is the HD 6970, which arrived shortly after their very successful 6800 series. These cards fall slightly behind the GTX 570 on most benchmarks, although the 6970's 2 GB of memory can give it an edge at very high resolutions like 2560x1600. HD 6970 cards tend be very large at about 11 inches long, and they need both 8-pin and 6-pin auxiliary power. They're in the same price range as the GTX 570 and they offer a similar value in terms of game performance. If you use more than two displays, most people find AMD’s Eyefinity easier than the alternatives.

  • Munchausen0Munchausen0 Las Vegas, NVPosts: 8Member

    This is what I built for my GF last November (she loves it).  Being both gamers she deserved it (we were on laptops but we decided to go back to desktops for gaming).  So I decided to do a video I put on YouTube with the parts I used (and a few other after it was built).

    I (for myself) will be building a AMD system this holiday season using ASUS Sabertooth 990fx.

    http://youtu.be/E67O1O9qFRY

  • googlebossgoogleboss houston, TXPosts: 1Member

    Thanks for this great share. This site is a fantastic resource. Keep up the great work here at Sprint Connection! Many thanks.

  • ClassicstarClassicstar rotjeknorPosts: 2,690Member

    Intel-icore7 920 OC 3.5ghz

    Corsair-DDR3 6 GIG 1600MHZ  7-7-7-20

    AMD 6970 Direct2 cu OC

    Asus x58 MB

    PSU850

    Antec 1200 gaming case

    Samsung 24" Full HD lcd.

    Logitech G15 Keyboard+G9mouse/

    Logitech 5.1 sound

    OS- Win7 Ultimate 64bit

    Ive not upgraded alot only videocard sinds 2009 and i wont upgrade for while becouse gaming industrie hold back and stuck in ancient XP era so no need to buy anything unless it brakes hehe.

    My system runs very good very satisfied with this rig.

    Got second rig also runs very well but its evga MB sli-Intel cpu duocore 8600 3.3ghz drr2 800mhz 8gig Geforce 8800gt PSU620 OS  XP 32bit.

    Internet 20mb down 2mb up connection.

     

     

    MB:MSI Z97XPOWER AC
    CPU:Intell Icore7 4790k
    GPU:MSI 2x AMD 290X
    MEMORY:Corsair PLAT.DDR3 1866MHZ 16GB
    PSU:Corsair AX1200i
    OS:Windows 8.1 64bit)not yet sure i upgrade to windows 10 need to know alot more with integrated cloud and other maybe spy stuff)

  • ClassicstarClassicstar rotjeknorPosts: 2,690Member

    Guy in holland changed his whole room into one big RIG.

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/guru3d-rig-of-the-month-july-2011/

     

    MB:MSI Z97XPOWER AC
    CPU:Intell Icore7 4790k
    GPU:MSI 2x AMD 290X
    MEMORY:Corsair PLAT.DDR3 1866MHZ 16GB
    PSU:Corsair AX1200i
    OS:Windows 8.1 64bit)not yet sure i upgrade to windows 10 need to know alot more with integrated cloud and other maybe spy stuff)

  • Br3akingDawnBr3akingDawn a City, CAPosts: 1,357Member Uncommon

    Corsair Obsidian Series 650D

     

    GigaByte G1.Guerrilla

    Intel Core i7-960 3.20 GHz

    CoolerMaster V6 GT CPU cooler

     

    Kingston HyperX 12GB DDR3 1600MHz (2gbx6)

    GTX 570 HD 2.5GB

     

    2 TB 64MB 7200RPM HD

    CoolerMaster Silent Pro Gaming 80+ Power Supply 1000watts.

    Microsoft Windows 7 Home

     

    wiring still a bit messy.... in the works.

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  • FuzzbeanFuzzbean Ottawa, ONPosts: 2Member

    CASE: NZXT Phantom (Black)

    MOBO: GA-x58a-UD7  ver.1

    CPU: Intel i7 960

    RAM: 6GB (2GBx3) Corsair Dominator GT C8 2000MHz

    GPU: Asus GTX 580 Matrix Platinum

    PSU: Antec Tru Power 1000w

    CPU Cooler: Corsair H80

    SSD: 120 GB OCZ Vortex

    HDD: 300GB WD Velociraptor

    OPTICAL: Plextor  PX -B940SA

    KB: Logitech G15 1st Gen

    MOUSE: Logitch G5

    DOCKING BAY: 2x BlacX Duet 5G

    MONITOR: 24" HP

     

     

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  • VirusDancerVirusDancer Brandon, FLPosts: 3,649Member

    Originally posted by thedarkess

    AMD Athlon 64 3000+ runing at 2.0Ghz

    ATI Radeon 9250 64 MB VRAM

    768MB RAM DDR

     

    anyone wanna trade? :D

    (btw my real computer is under maintenance) :)

    I'll show that to the gf w/o the last line.  She's got an old HP dx5150 with the Athlon 64 3000+, 1.5GB DDR, and an ATI HD 4550 1GB... she even still has the HP 15" LCD that came with it.

    Course, my rig is older than toast (hers is older than bread, but mine's older than toast).  No pix, I'm too ashamed - too embarassed.



    • ECS A780GM-A Ultra Black Edition


    • AMD Phenom X4 9600B


    • MASSCOOL 90mm HSF


    • 2x A-Data 1GB DDR2 PC2-6400


    • 2x Kingston 1GB DDR2 PC2-5300 (yep, know this is making the A-Data run slower)


    • MSI ATI HD4670 512MB GDDR3


    • WD Caviar Blue 80GB SATA 8MB 7200 RPM


    • Maxtor DiamondMax 10 250GB IDE ATA133 16MB 7200 RPM


    • Samsung SpinPoint P 250GB IDE ATA133 8MB 7200 RPM


    • Lite-On 20x DVD burner


    • Lite-On 16x DVD/CD-RW


    • Envision G19LWK 19" LCD


    • APEX Vortex 3620 case


    • Thermaltake TR2 430W PSU


    • 120mm front/rear, 3x 80mm side fans


    • Logitech M100 mouse


    • Logitech K120 keyboard


    • Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit


    Had thought about picking up two sticks of 2GB PC2-6400 for $45, but I never got around to it.  Had thought about picking up an Athlon II X3/4 or Phenom II X2 for $70-100, but I never got around to it.  Had thought about picking up a 64GB SSD for $115-150, but I never got around to it.  Had thought about picking up a 12x Blu-Ray burner for $70, but I never got around to it.  Had thought about picking up a 700W PSU for $80-120, but I never got around to it.  Had thought about picking up a HD5670/6670 for $70-80 or so, but again I never got around to it.


     


    My "bottleneck" is that WD system drive...meh.

    I miss the MMORPG genre. Will a developer ever make one again?

    Explorer: 87%, Killer: 67%, Achiever: 27%, Socializer: 20%

  • stizostedionstizostedion Saskatoon, SKPosts: 23Member

    Currently: (made almost 8 years ago)

    3800X2, 939

    3gb Ram

    9800GT (7900GTX burned out two years ago)

    250 and 500gb hd's. (original 250 died)

    600w PSU (original 500 died)

    27" LED and 17" off to the side

     

     

    by end of next weekend:

    same monitors,

    X6 1100T, retail w/zalman cooler

    Gigabyte 990XA

    16gb 1600 Kingston

    2gb Saph 9850

    120gb Intel SSD

    1tb HD

    700w Coolermaster

     

    can't wait.

  • mgilbrtsnmgilbrtsn belleville, ILPosts: 1,706Member Uncommon

    Just bought it.  Hasn't even arrived, but I am looking forward to it.



    CPU: Intel(R) Core™ i7-3960X Extreme Edition 3.30 GHz 15MB Intel Smart Performance)

    HDD2: 2TB (2TBx1) SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 64MB Cache 7200RPM HDD (Single Drive)

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    MEMORY: 16GB (4GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Quad Channel 



    MOTHERBOARD: (3-Way SLI Support) Asus P9X79 Deluxe Intel X79 Chipset Quad Channel DDR3 ATX w/ UEFI Bios, BT GO, SSD Caching, 7.1 HD Audio, Dual GbLAN, USB3.0, SATA-III RAID, 4 Gen3 PCIe X16 & 2 PCIe X1 [+73]

    NOVERCLOCK: Ultimate OC (Ultimate Overclock 30% or more)



    SOUND: Creative Labs SB X-FI Titanium PCI Express Sound Card [+103]



    VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 Dual GPU SLI 3GB 16X PCIe Video Card (Major Brand Powered by NVIDIA)

    VIDEO2: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 Dual GPU SLI 3GB 16X PCIe Video Card (Major Brand Powered by NVIDIA)



     


    Concentrate on enjoying yourself, and not on why I shouldn't enjoy myself.

  • stizostedionstizostedion Saskatoon, SKPosts: 23Member

    finsished! yay!

     

    Coolermaster Cent. 5 ii

    Gigabyte AM3+

    700w Silent Pro

    Zalman CPU Cooler

    AMD Ph. II X6 1100T

    16 GB Kingston Genesis 1600 ram

    120 GB intel 320 SSD

    1TB WD HD

    Saph. 6950 2gb card

    LG Blu Ray.

     

    came together easy peasy.

  • BenthonBenthon Cedar Rapids, IAPosts: 2,069Member

    Originally posted by mgilbrtsn

    Just bought it.  Hasn't even arrived, but I am looking forward to it.



    CPU: Intel(R) Core™ i7-3960X Extreme Edition 3.30 GHz 15MB Intel Smart Performance)

    HDD2: 2TB (2TBx1) SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 64MB Cache 7200RPM HDD (Single Drive)

    I

    MEMORY: 16GB (4GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Quad Channel 



    MOTHERBOARD: (3-Way SLI Support) Asus P9X79 Deluxe Intel X79 Chipset Quad Channel DDR3 ATX w/ UEFI Bios, BT GO, SSD Caching, 7.1 HD Audio, Dual GbLAN, USB3.0, SATA-III RAID, 4 Gen3 PCIe X16 & 2 PCIe X1 [+73]

    NOVERCLOCK: Ultimate OC (Ultimate Overclock 30% or more)



    SOUND: Creative Labs SB X-FI Titanium PCI Express Sound Card [+103]



    VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 Dual GPU SLI 3GB 16X PCIe Video Card (Major Brand Powered by NVIDIA)

    VIDEO2: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 Dual GPU SLI 3GB 16X PCIe Video Card (Major Brand Powered by NVIDIA)



     


    Hope you've got a beast of a case to run those two in. They're going to literally melt otherwise.

    Might I recommend a solid state drive, if you've got cash like that?

    He who keeps his cool best wins.

  • BenthonBenthon Cedar Rapids, IAPosts: 2,069Member

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/7/20111204183417955.jpg/

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    i7-2600k

    ASRock Extreme3 Gen4 Motherboard

    8GB (2x4) of RAM @ 7-7-7-21 1600MHZ

    Two 6950's in Crossfire

    Mushkin 1000W Gold certified PSU

    120GB Crucial M4 SSD

    1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 HDD

    Alienware Predator 2.0 Silver case

     

    Was a bitch to get inside of but I liked the challenge as I switch out this stuff all the time. Got the case really cheap and came with a full lighting system and emmaculate condtion which is pretty rare for these things. The temps inside were a little shady because it's an older case but I strapped a extra 120mm to the left of the HDD cage and my GPU temps stay at around 80C (75F ambient) at full load, which is pretty good for even good cases.

    He who keeps his cool best wins.

  • QuizzicalQuizzical Posts: 14,779Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Benthon

    Mushkin 1000W Gold certified PSU

    Whoa now.  A "1000 W" power supply that doesn't have a single +12 V rail rated over 19 A?  That's not a good sign.  You'll likely never pull 500 W from it, but still.

  • grunt187grunt187 omaha, NEPosts: 956Member

    Originally posted by superkho

    Yeah,It's good.

    +1 Hehe made me giggle image

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    The previous statement is true

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