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  • AMD FX-8120 3.1GHz Eight Core Processor (Needed all the power I could get to multitask the way I really want. I've always been an AMD guy for the price to performance. Can't beat it.)

    G Skill Ripjaw Series 16GB RAM (Obvious reasons why so much, would love to even do 32GB someday since I finally have a MB that supports 32GB. I Just love the feeling of never having to worry about RAM when working on large projects)

    ASUS Sabertooth 990FX Motherboard ( Had good ratings and always been happy with ASUS boards, lots of good features to keep me on top of my stuff for a long time to come)

    Corsair 90GB Force 3 SSD Drive (My primary OS drive and apps, needed the boost in app/OS loading time. Pretty pricey but an investment I have not regretted since getting)

    ATI Firepro V4800 Video Card (Bought it strictly for 3D Work, not a gamer. Not exactly their best card, but does what I need it to do and have never had any issues. I use to use nvidia quadro fx580, but sold it a long time ago and then switched to this one. A hell of a lot cheaper than my old quadro fx 580 and better specs. thats why I always liked AMD, they always know how to price reasonably, and you gets lots of bang for the buck.)

    Corsair TX 750 Power Supply (Rock Solid PSU thats been running tops for 3 years now or so. Corsair makes quality PSUs.)

    Antec 900 Case (Lots of room for future expanding, good price, solid design, plenty of fans to keep HDD and everything else cool.)

    3 External Drives for backups, 2 internal drives, SSD drive for main system, and an HDD for 3D/2D projects.

    2 Desktop monitors for running in dual screen. Wish I had enough desktop room for 3 though.

    Windows 7 x64 professional. bought professional to break the 16GB RAM limit of home version. Would love to be able to do 32GB someday.

    I never buy PC parts for bragging rights, seems like to much of a waste of time and money. I just get what I can afford at the time and get it if I know it will help make my work time smoother.



  • Dell 2407WFP (24" 1920x1200)
    Antec 902 Case
    Intel Core i5-2500K
    2x4GB G.SKILL Ripjaws X DDR3 1600 (8-8-8-24)
    EVGA GeForce GTX 460
    120GB OCZ Vertex 3
    2x1.5 HDD + 2x2TB HDD = 7TB
    Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD4-B3
    Creative X-Fi Platinum
    Antec HCG-750 PSU

    Also have a 42" Vizio LCD connected (SV420XVT1A)

    Currently using a Logitech Illuminated Keyboard and G500 mouse, but I want to upgrade to a mechanical keyboard.



  • Samsung SyncMaster 24'' 1920x1080
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit
    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz (4 CPUs), ~3.3GHz
    Memory: 8192MB RAM
    Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
    DirectX Version: DirectX 11
    Drives:
    60 GB Crucial SSD
    4 TB WD (3 + 1)
    300 GB Samsung
    Two external 2 TB drives.

    No need to name mainboard or coolers, but neither CPU nor GPU have ever exceeded 50° celsius (CPU of course much cooler than that).

    Using the system for gaming purposes and I am extremely happy with it. Never had such a flawlessly running system as this.



  • Intel Core i7 2600 @3,40GHz
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    ATI RAdeon HD 6870
    Intel 80GB SSD
    Hitachi 1TB HDD
    WD 1TB HDD (Backup Disk…)
    Samsung SyncMaster 24'' 1920x1080
    Samsung SyncMaster 23'' 1920x1080
    Windows 7 Professional 64bit

    and the Laptop:
    MacBook Pro 15''
    Intel Core i7 @2,2GHz
    250GB SSD
    500GB HDD (Backup...)
    8GB DDR3

    ...I could install all the IDEs I'll ever need and run them at the same time and the computer wouldn't break a sweat...



  • quad phenom ii x945
    8 gig ram
    gtx 460
    22" @ 1680x1050

    rest doesnt matter

    I really want to upgrade to an intel based system maybe around the end of 2012, especially if I seriously want to give Modo a try, since those guys are strongly supporting intel and it should run alot faster on intel cpus.



  • i7 920 @ 4.0
    24 GB DDR3 1600
    OS DISK = Corsair Force 120 SSD
    POSER DISK = OCZ Revo Drive 180 SSD
    STEAM DISK = 2 x 500 GB WD in RAID 0
    Windoze 7 X64
    Vidcard = AMD 7970
    Monitors = 1 x 2560 x 1600 Dell U311 30 inch and 2 x Sammy 23's

    I am looking to upgrade to skt LGA 2011, but that is even too rich for my taste ATM. Wife and I are going to Belize in a bit, so that is prolly where my money is gunna go.



  • AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2Ghz
    Foxconn A88GMV DDR3 Motherboard
    8GB DDR3 Ram (Motherboard can upgrade up to 32[!!!])
    Motherboard Integrated ATI Radeon HD4250 (hoping to get a Nvidia card soon)
    3x500GB HDD
    Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium
    19" HP Monitor (non-widescreen)

    Oh. And my computer glows blue. :D



  • Bow down and stare in wonder at these powerful stats :)

    1.3 P3 cpu
    256MB RAM
    40GB HDD
    64MB ATI graphics card
    Windows XP
    14" non-widescreen monitor

    obviously I hate my system, ideally I'd upgrade to some alienware system, something good for games


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    Intel Core i7-950 3.06Ghz LGA1366 CPU
    Thermaltake Contac29 Universal CPU Cooler Fan
    MSI X58-PRO-E X58 DDR3 Motherboard
    Patriot Viper-Sector7 12GB Kit(4Gx3) DDR3 1600
    Patriot Inferno 2.5" 120GB SATA SSD Solid State Disk
    SATA Samsung 2TB HDD
    Inno3D 1280M GTX570 PCI-E VGA Card
    Samsung SATA 22x Black DVD RW
    Coolermaster RC-692 Advanced II Black NO PSU (Case)
    Corsair TX-850 ATX Power Supply Unit
    Microsoft MS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit OEM
    AOC 27" V27M 5ms HD HDMI SPK LCD Monitor (primary monitor)
    Dell 22" E228WFP 5ms (secondary monitor)
    Microsoft Lifechat LX-3000 Headset


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