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Desktop
  • Kubuntu 14.10 64-bit
  • Gigabyte P55A-UD3
  • Core i5-760
  • XFX AMD Radeon HD5770 Single Slot 1GB GDDR5 (HD-577X-ZMF3)
  • 2x4GB DDR3-1333
  • Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 + Digital I/O Daughter Card
  • ATI HDTV Wonder
  • Western Digital Black 2TB 7200RPM
  • 2x1600x1200 20" IPS displays (NEC 2090UXi), one with touch sensor
  • Bluray, ZIP 750, floppy, and memory card readers
Thinking about upgrading when Skylake comes out. Will finally have to let go of my floppy drive though. :(
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Re: Your Computer(S) Specs

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Intel i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz (4 CPUs)
8GB RAM
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 4GB
Windows 7 64-bit

No SSD.
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Do you actually have the disks for that? I'm pretty sure I still do. but if you really want to impress me, connect using QuantumLink. I wanna see the faces on the AOL techs.
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Ixnatifual wrote:Intel i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz (8 CPUs)
That is a quad core processor; the first 8 core i7 came out a couple months ago.(The i7-5960x)
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Mmm

Desktop - Optiplex 9020
Core i7-4770
2x4 GB RAM
250 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD
Dual Radeon HD8570s
3x 23" monitors

Laptop
Terrible
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Re: Your Computer(S) Specs

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xenoxols wrote:
Ixnatifual wrote:Intel i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz (8 CPUs)
That is a quad core processor; the first 8 core i7 came out a couple months ago.(The i7-5960x)

The 8 CPU nuumber comes from the system, courtesy of Hyperthreading which makes it think it got 2 CPUs per core.
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I thought hyperthreading on mainstream CPU's only added 2 "cores."
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xenoxols wrote:I thought hyperthreading on mainstream CPU's only added 2 "cores."
Nope, and the hyperthreading "core" isn't that powerful. 'tis why I got the Core i5 over the Core i7 -- there is literally no real difference whilst gaming. However, if you're doing video rendering - then you'll see a different outcome.
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Main PC:
Core i5-3450 @ 3.7 GHz
32GB DDR3 @ 1333MHz
Geforce GTX 980 @ 1450MHz, 4GB VRAM
Geforce GTX 660 Ti @ 1250MHz, 2GB VRAM (as PhysX controller)
2x 1TB hard drives @ 7200RPM
1x 128GB Toshiba SSD
Creative SoundBlaster-Z
Corsair GS800 power supply
MSI Z77G41 mobo
CoolerMaster Elite 431+ case
Razer Lycosa keyboard
Razer Mamba mouse
Samsung SyncMaster S22A350H 1920x1080 monitor #1
Vizio E-series Smart TV 1366x768 monitor #2
Logitech Z506 Surround speakers

Dev-PC:
Core i5-3350P @ ~3.5GHz
16GB DDR3 @ 1333MHz
2x Geforce GTX 670 @ 1250MHz, 2GB VRAM each
1x 1TB hard drive @ 7200RPM
Logisys Optimus II case
(I forget what mobo and power supply this PC has; it's currently loaned out to a partner)
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You should probably sell the 660ti. You have a 980, you don't need dedicated physX card. Unless you play at high resolution.(1920x1080 is not high res, it's the standard resolution.)
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xenoxols wrote:(1920x1080 is not high res, it's the standard resolution.)
My laptop disagrees (1366x768). 1600x900 is usually enough for most anything right now, even 1024x768 is still supported by everything today.
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Supported doesn't mean standard. Also 1920x1080 laptops are actually pretty common now, and a desktop monitor under 1920x1080 is pretty rare.

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