How strong is your PC

There are 146 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by MISTER(robert)BROT.

  • Well i got mine new beast
    I am just wondering how strong are your PC's


    Spec:


    Casing:
    NZXT Phantom Special Edition
    Cooler:
    EK Supreme LTX Waterblock
    Motherboard:
    MSI Z68A-GD80-B3
    Power Supply:
    Corsair HX 1050
    CPU:
    Intel Core i7 Processor Extreme Edition
    GPU:
    GeForce Gtx 590
    RAM:
    3x Corsair Vengeance Dual-Channel DDR3
    HDD:
    2x Constellation ES.2 3TB
    External HDD:
    Corsair Force Series 3 120GB
    EXTRAS:


    XSPC Dual Bay Res/Pump
    NZXT Phantom Special edition Black/Orange
    NZXT Sleeved LED Kit
    NZXT Single-Sleeved PCI-e cables


    2x single 120mm radiators
    1x 240mm radiator




    IMAGE:

  • I think that for this one price you can buy few above average PCs :D

  • i5-2500k
    gigabyte ga-z68xp-ud3
    scythe mugen 3
    G.Skill DIMM 8 GB DDR3-1333 kit (with CL7 timings)
    XFX HD 6950 XXX Dual Fan
    WD 500gb 7200 RPM Caviar Blue
    Cooler Master HAF 912 Plus
    OCZ Modstream 700W
    LiteOn iHASS122



    build for 900€ and can run absolutely EVERYFUCKINGTHING on Ultra 1920x1020


    i5-2500k with the Z68 motherboard is super easy to overclock to 4.4ghz... even an infant can do it with one click
    XFX 6950 can be unlocked to a 6970
    with 700W you should be able to CF later on





    congrats on wasting money

  • it isn't so expensive when you look how much i paid for it... 1900euro... the price is low bcuz of the holidays and i was a modsrigs.com full member w/ perks and discounts and i bought it with 15% off :)

  • Do you tend to calculate for SETI or why do you need so much power - especially storage space...
    Or calculating the next prime number needs also power.

    i used 2 TB of space already with all stuff that i need especially some really valuable programs that use up to 40GB of space

  • yes but even with all that discount you could've gotten the PC I built for 900€ even cheaper... and that's all you need for gaming really for the next 3-4 years (even more since you can OC the CPU and unlock a 6970... plus CF options)


    it just makes more sense to me to spend 800-900€ on my kind of build than to exaggerate with a 2k € build... but that's my opinion


    anyway hf with that thing ^^

  • let the freak show continue


    Asus M3A78 (nice-looking one, bought for ~26$)
    AMD Athlon X2 240 (2.8 GHz default, overclocked to 3.5 GHz, bought for ~52$) - could have taken a triple-core one instead, but the tests showed too much heat and poor overclocking, along with MIDI issues (wavetable synthesizer)
    Default AM2+ aluminium cooler with the fan replaced to a silent one (free of charge)
    2 x 1GB Kingston don't-remember-the-model DDR2 800 MHz memory, unganged dual-channel 128-bit mode (could also be more if there were no bugs; acquired for free in exchange for my previous ones)
    Enermax EG365AX-VE(G) 353W (extremely silent, with fan speed control, acquired for free)
    WD Caviar Blue 1TB (~66$)
    ATI Radeon HD 4850 1 GB Gigabyte edition with passive cooling (~50$ with a discount because it lacked the driver disc! 8) )
    Asus DRW-22B2L (DVD-RW, LightScribe-capable, ~30$)
    3,5" Floppy Disc Drive (left from my earlier PCs)


    and now the part you all missed somehow:
    Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 rev. 4 (with DSP and DAC idetical to those on 2ZS, ~20$)
    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Music (the cheapest of fully functional X-Fi, production discontinued, ~46$)
    2-pin connector cable (linking the soundcards with S/PDIF, ~0,26$)


    internal equipment total cost: ~290,26$ :) not so bad for a student
    though I didn't mention the external which is way more expensive :S

  • MY PC is custom build by me


    Casing: alien ware casing


    Motherboard : gigabyte G1 assassin


    Power supply : ALX 1475M 1475 watts


    CPU: i7 990X extreme edition @ 4.2 GHz


    CPU cooler : Antec Kuhler H2O 920 Liquid Cooling System


    Graphics card : Radeon HD 6990 x 2


    Memory : Corsair Dominator DDR3 2133 24gb


    Hard drive : Seagate Constellation ES 3TB x 2 for storage and Main Drive OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 series 480GB


    Operating system : windows ultimate X64 special edition


    +++extras components and cooling and bells and whistles


    total cost all most $$ 5000.00 took me 2months to build


    hopefully it last me 5years with no issues


    so far it can handle any thing i throw at it windows rated 7.9


    i am proud of my build


    seriously i get happy when i turn her on


    besides my wife she is my other baby




  • i can only hope you made a spelling error, RawPower ... cuz, 24gb of RAM ... and over 6TB hdd ... (which definitely isnt raid0 or 5) .. are you guys running local torrent servers for your region ? haha, thats overpowered ...


    my setup:
    4+ years old laptop with Core Duo at 2.0GHz, 2gb ram, 120gb hdd, nvidia geforce go7300 (256mb), and dual-boot linux+win7, and mouse with 3 buttons.
    i can barely play cf1.9 on it, but its doing wonders with terminal access ^_^


    i really had to check all the fans you guys are using ... now, thats just really crazy ... has anyone tried to pull out this thing on the following video ?


    [Mineral oil submerged PC in aquarium]
    Mineral Oil Submerged PC in Aquarium (original video)
    - YouTube

  • That's not only yours, remember I own more than half of it, we are sharing it, Vishnu :D


    Or well, if you only mean about the first 3 blocks, that'd be ok, it's what you own of the server.

    Chars: [CFPD]Michael~something (x25), [CFPD]~SQMS~{[(store)]} (x3), [CFPD]xfer, Event~Manager~Michael, StarfIier~EM~Michael, Event_Team_2, [GR]Michael[SP] and a blueprint of [CFPD]Sephirothis

  • To continue this happy madness:


    Cooler Master Elite 335 Chassis
    - Black w/ Blue LED fans
    - ATX Mid Tower (19.13" x 7.28" x 16.26")
    - Front Panel connectors: 2x USB, Stereo Headphone/Speakers, Microphone
    - 4x 5.25" Bays (External)
    - 1x 3.25" Bays (External)
    - 6x 3.25" Bays (Internal)

    ASUS p7H57D-V EVO H57 Motherboard
    - Intel H57 Northbridge
    - 4x DDR3 Slots (16GB Max, 2133MHz Max)
    - 2x PCI-Express 2.0 x16
    - 1x PCI-Express 2.0 x1
    - 2x PCI-Express 1.0 x1
    - 2x PCI
    - 1x ATA133 IDE
    - 6x SATA II (3Gb/s)
    - 2x SATA III (6Gb/s)
    - RAID 0/1/5/10 Support
    - Realtek ALC889 10 Channel Audio (every output you could want + 3)
    - Gigabit Ethernet
    - 4x USB 2.0 Ports
    - 2x USB 3.0 Ports
    - 4x Internal USB Headers (8 additional USB ports supported)
    - 14 Total USB Ports

    Intel Core i7-860 Quad Core CPU
    - Quad-Core + HyperThreading (8 logical processors)
    - 2.8GHz
    - 8MB L3
    - ThermalRight Ultra Extreme 120 CPU cooler ( CPU idles at ~90F with one)
    -
    Corsair XMS3 4GB (2x2GB DDR3)
    - DDR3 1600MHz
    - 8-8-8-24 Timings
    - Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profile)
    - Heatspreader
    - 1.65V

    Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460
    - 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 3600MHz (Effective)
    - 336 Cores @ 675MHz
    - DirectX 11
    - 2x DVI
    - 1x HDMI
    - 1x DisplayPort

    Seasonic X650 650W PSU
    - 650W
    - 80 Plus Gold Certified (87%+ Efficient)
    - Independently verified (jonnyguru.com) as 90% efficient at 653W @ 122F, under 20mV ripple/noise suppression
    - Probaby the best 650W PSU in the world right now
    - Fully Modular Cableing

    Western Digital Caviar Black HDD
    - 640GB
    - 7200 RPM
    - 64MB Cache
    - SATA III (6.0Gb/s)
    - Dual Processor


    LITE-ON DVD/CD Burner OEM
    - Write: 24X DVD, 48X CD-R, 8X DVD-DL
    - Read: 16X DVD, 48X CD
    - SATA Interface


    running Windows 7 and FireFox


    [size=10]Cooler Master HAF 912 Chassis, ASUS Rampage IV Extreme MOBO, Intel Core i7-3960X CPU, Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, Corsair 16GB (4x4GB 2000 MHZ DDR3), 2 NVIDIA Evga GeForce GTX 980 Ti, Corsair RM 1000 PSU, Micron 256GB SSD (Win 7 Ultimate), WD Caviar Black HDD (640GB - Win 10 64), Samsung SyncMaster BX2440 (Digital)


    http://www.timeanddate.com/wor…l?cities=599,2202,136,168



  • Thank you! I do like it and it most likely will be the last PC I get. I agree, the PSU is the most important part, without a good one everything else runs like crap no matter how much you paid for it!


    [size=10]Cooler Master HAF 912 Chassis, ASUS Rampage IV Extreme MOBO, Intel Core i7-3960X CPU, Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, Corsair 16GB (4x4GB 2000 MHZ DDR3), 2 NVIDIA Evga GeForce GTX 980 Ti, Corsair RM 1000 PSU, Micron 256GB SSD (Win 7 Ultimate), WD Caviar Black HDD (640GB - Win 10 64), Samsung SyncMaster BX2440 (Digital)


    http://www.timeanddate.com/wor…l?cities=599,2202,136,168