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Hey peoples...i thought id put a topic up here and see what specs peoples gaming rigs are

 

So feel free to post up your gaming rig specs the whole system, including monitor, keyboard and mouse :)

Even pics if you can

 

Cheers

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lol rams I see you bought the upgrade

 

i have an older system

 

i7 920

6gb DDR3 ram

GB X58A-UD5 (1366 socket)

GTX 275

1 200gb raptor Hd

1 2tb HD WD black

Logitech 9x

mouse pad xtrac ripper

Logitech illuminated KB

Dual monitors one LG 24", Dell 27"

auzentech prelude SC

 

still waiting for the cleaner, sorry I mean my wife to tidy up.

 

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ROFL. And that gets 125 FPS in Blops?! Impressive.

 

My gaming rig specs are pretty up to date on XFire I think:

 

Manufacturer: OEM

Processor: Intel® Core i7 CPU 950 @ 3.07GHz (8 CPUs), ~3.1GHz

Memory: 12288MB RAM

Hard Drive: 600 GB Velociraptor, 300 GB Velociraptor

Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 5900 Series

Monitor: Samsung 24"

Sound Card: Speakers (3- Auzen X-Fi Prelude 7.1

Speakers/Headphones: Zalman 5.1

Keyboard: Logitech G15

Mouse: Logitech G5

Mouse Surface: Cyber Snipa

Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Motherboard: ASUS P5P43TD-PRO Motherboard

Computer Case: Silverstone Temjin TJ09 Case Black

 

This is my fourth computer effectively, though this installation of Windows has survived three different motherboards and three different graphics cards (two Nvidia, one ATI/AMD). This is the third computer I've built (Nath has my second build) and it's surprising that both of them still work (touch wood).

 

My G15 and G5 are now four years old (I got them for my 21st) and they have survived all four computers I've owned and the lightening strike which killed the first one! Not sure what I'll do when they finally pack it in :(

 

I also own a basic laptop for work (thanks Department of Education, hunk of junk that it is) and I've got a Home Theatre PC which is coming up three years old which I also built (for the main purpose of watching Blu Ray, but comes in very handy with pretty much everything).

 

I'm also in the middle of investigating a new phone and a tablet PC. I'm taking my time here as I want to get it right, and have very specific requirements of what I want it to do. That said, once this all happens, I'll effectively be operating five computers. Is that too many? Lol.

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i7 950

6gb DDR3 ram

X58A-UD3R (1366 socket)

GTX 460

1 500gb Hd

1 1tb HD

Razor death adder ora Logitech g500 (depending on what game)

Some random gaming mouse pad made by razor.

Standard keyboard

Plantronic 777 headset (with virtual sou-round 7.1 sound)

Dual monitors one BenQ 24", samsung 21" both 1920x1080

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Motherboard: ASUS P6T Deluxe V2

CPU: i7 920 @ 2.80GHz (massively overclocked...)

Memory: 6GB RAM

Hard Drives: 64 SSD (OS + Steam), 6x 2TB (Storage)

Video Card: nVidia GTX 275

Monitors: LG 24" + 17" ('utility' monitor)

Soundcard/Speakers/Headphones: Logitech G930

Keyboard: Logitech MX5500 Bundle

Gamepad: Logitech G13 (Hmm... never used it!)

Mouse: Logitech MX5500 Bundle (love it...) + Logitech G9x (hate it...)

Mouse Surface: Desk

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Case: Antec P183

Power Supply: Antec SG-850

CPU Fan: Noctua NH-U12P

ROM Drive: Pioneer BDC-202 (Used Bluray once...)

TV Tuner: TinyTwin USB (awesome...)

 

I thought my desk was messy PK! ;)

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My system is very basic. Holding onto it until the AMD bulldozers are released.

 

Motherboard: no idea. Its an old GIGABYTE one.

CPU: Intel Quad Core 2.66GHz

Memory: 6GB RAM

Hard Drives: 240GB Internal, 1TB External

Video Card: ATI Radeon 5750

Monitors: LG 24" W2486L

Soundcard/Speakers/Headphones: Steelseries Siberia V2 attached to the 7.1 sound card from the Plantronics 777's.

Keyboard: Steelseries Merc Stealth

Gamepad: Steelseries Merc Stealth (Keyboard with pad attached)

Mouse: Logitech M-U0007

OS: Windows Vista

Power Supply: Thermaltake 700w Litepower

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Hard Drives: 6x 2TB (Storage)

 

You have 12Tb of storage!!! - that must be some sort of porn collection :lol:

 

Well, it's bascially a Raid1 setup so it's only 6TB... well less of actual usable space. All legally obtained music, movies and tv shows of course! :)

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Is that an Apple symbol I see?

 

There might be a couple in that photo... (not a fanboi!)

 

You'll see the light soon enough Shrives ;)

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Motherboard: Asus p6t

CPU: Intel i7 930 @ 2.8 GHz. quad core with dual channeling

Memory: 6GB RAM

Hard Drives: 250 GB internal, 1tb internal, 1tb internal, 500GB external

Video Card: 2x Nvidia GTS 250 SLI formation ~2gb Gddr3 memory

Monitors: Samsung sync master 940n; TCL television, can't remember the model number

Soundcard/Speakers/Headphones: On board sound, generic Logitech speakers. Generic Logitech headset

Keyboard: Logitech g19

Gamepad: Xbox controller for windows

Mouse: Cyborg R.A.T 5

OS: Windows 7 pro 64 bit

Power Supply: forgotten, i know its puts out 1000 watts though

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So feel free to post up your gaming rig specs the whole system, including monitor, keyboard and mouse :)

 

So.... about time you posted yours eh? Judging by xfire it's a bit kick ass ;)

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Motherboard: Asrock Fatal1ty Pro gen 3

CPU: i7 2600k OC at 4.8ghz

Memory: 4x2gb corsair dominator (2133Mhz) with corsair cooling fan

Hard Drives: 3x 1T + 2x 2T internal, 2 x 2T usb 3 exteral drives

Video Card: 2 x EVGA GTX 580 in SLI

Monitors: 3 x 24" LED monitors

Soundcard/Speakers/Headphones: 7.1 gaming headphones, logitech 5.1 surround speakers

Keyboard: gereric microsoft keyboard

Gamepad: Logitech G13 (use this for all gaming)

Mouse: Logitech G9

Mouse Surface: steel wow cataclysm pad

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Case: Antec 1200 gaming case

Power Supply: Antec true power 1200w

CPU Fan: corsair h70

ROM Drive: samsung b.ray player

 

ill chuck a pic up latter if i remember when i get home

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So feel free to post up your gaming rig specs the whole system, including monitor, keyboard and mouse :)

 

So.... about time you posted yours eh? Judging by xfire it's a bit kick ass ;)

 

Lol that xfire rig is old and long gone....ill update xfire and on here over the weekend ;)

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Motherboard: Gigabyte 790XT-USB 3

CPU: AMD Phenom ll X 4 - 965, 3.40ghz

Memory: 8gb Ram

Hard Drives: 1 - 500gb

Video Card: Radeon HD 5830

Monitors: 1 Compaq 23.6" lcd monitor

Headphones: Thermaltake gaming headset

Keyboard: Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard

Gamepad: Mouse Sports Gaming Pad

Mouse: Logitech MX518

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium x64 bit

Case: Cooler Master

Power Supply: power 850w

ROM Drive: Liteon Dvd Drive

 

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to be honest i use the player to cough cough (permanetly borrow movies) cough. :ninja:

 

ive watch a couple on it and was okay but ive got a Series 8 60" samsung plasma tv in a dedicated cinema room in my house that is just mindblowing for movies so its hard to not watch them in there.

 

the 3 monitors to be honest are a :rant:

i only use 3 when playing car/plane games which for this purpose are the best dam thing ive ever done on my PC. the surround experience is incredible!

 

the rest of the time i disconnect the 3rd and just run 2.

with 3 setup you cant run SLI(i loose 125fps in blops from memmory) and i found games that dont use 3 monitors well like blops and lol dont align correctly and you cant use the other screens at the same time.

i also find it very annoying when windows open randomly on the wrong screens and your forever dragging things around in general use. with 2 i dont get any of these issues and its easy to do 2 things at once and set them up as 2 seperate desktops. i think if i get a 3rd graphics card this would solve some of my issues but not sure

 

from a quality perspective all 3 are 2ms response and ive never had an issue with them quality or blur wise, infact i think they are awesome and just love the colour and contrast from them. my only regret was that i didnt get the 3D ones as im getting into 3d tv/movies now and im really enjoying it. would be interesting to see how things like dirt 3 ect where like in 3d

 

hope that answers your question

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Yeah, interesting. I've got two screens, but the second is just an older LCD screen I use for displaying things like TS, maps or admin programs. Useful, but not something crucial for my gaming. I don't think I'd have the room for three bigger screens anyway :(

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Manufacturer: ASUS Tek

Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 965 Processor (4 CPUs), ~3.4GHz

Memory: 4096MB Kingston HyperX 1600Mhz DDR3 RAM

Hard Drive: 640 GB WD Caviar Black and Samsung 80Gb Backup

Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 6870 Core 900Mhz Memory 1100Mhz

Monitor: BenQ T2200HD 22" LCD

Sound Card: Realtek HD 8 Channel

Speakers/Headphones: Logitech X730 Speakers & Plantronics Gamecomm Headset

Keyboard: Zboard Merc

Mouse: Razer Lachesis

Mouse Surface: High Tensile Zboard

Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600)

Motherboard: Asus M4A88TD-M

Computer Case: ICute Hi Airflow Case

 

And yes I get 125 to 250 fps in blops too!!

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