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i5 6600k overclocked to 4.6 Ghz

Asus Z170-A motherboard

8 GB of RAM

2 awful 5400 RPM hard drives

Asus HD 7770 2GB Ghz Edition

NZXT S340 

 

I would not recommend an HD 7770 in 2018, it's not great. I also would not recommend using a 5400 RPM hard drive, everyone hates you in Rainbow Six Siege because of how long it takes to load.

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My current PC is about 4½ years old now, but I've had no reason to upgrade yet:

 

CPU: i7 4770K

Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Hero

RAM: 16GB G.Skill TridentX 1866MHz CL8

GPU: 2x Radeon R9 290X Crossfire

Case: Nanoxia Deep Silence

Storage 1: Samsung 840 Pro 256GB

Storage 2: Western Digital Black 2TB

Storage 3: Western Digital Red 3TB

PSU: Cooler Master V1000

Display: HP ZR30w

Cooling: 3x NZXT Kraken X40 + 5x Noctua NF-A14 PWM

Keyboard: Logitech G610 Orion Brown

Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum

Sound: Marantz HD-DAC1 + Singxer F-1 + Genelec 8020B

OS: Windows 10

 

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Woah!  Damn - I've got to get more lights for my PC!  Those snaps are sucking me in!  Beautiful.

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I'm running - 

 

System/PC Specs


◈ CPU/Processor - Intel i7-7700k ~ 4.4 GHz
◈ Motherboard - MSi Z270 Gaming M3
◈ CPU Cooler - Scythe FUMA (x3 Fans)
◈ GPU/Graphics Card - EVGA GTX 1080 SC ACX 3.0 8GB
◈ RAM - 16GB [2x8GB] Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz
◈ PSU/Power Supply - Rosewill Photon 650W 80+ Gold
◈ Case - Corsair 500R [Black]
◈ SSD - Zotac T300 120GB
◈ HDD - 10TB Total + Intel Optane 16GB
◈ Monitor 1 - Asus VS239H-P [74Hz] - Graphic Design
◈ Monitor 2 - Asus VX238 [74Hz] - Intensive Gaming
◈ Keyboard - Corsair K70 Vengeance
◈ Mouse - Razer DeathAdder Elite
◈ Headset - HyperX Cloud

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Just built a new PC last week (My first build)

 

CPU ---->         Intel I9-9900K
COOLER ----> Corsair Hydro H60 120 Liquid Cooler
GPU ---->         EVGA RTX 2080TI FTW3
RAM ---->         IPSG 32GB 2X16 D4 3200 RIPJAWS
MOBO ---->      Asus Prime Z390-a
SSD ---->         Samsung E 500GB 970EVO M.2
HDD ---->         Seagate 2TB Barracuda 3.5" HD

PSU ----->        Corsair RMX750X Gold
CASE ---->       Corsair Carbide 275R TG MT White

 

Haven't done anything with overclocking or anything, as I have no idea how/what the downsides are.

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My PC can't handle anything good. Besides Fallout New Vegas. It's super bad but here's my specs and the few games I've tested on it that it can handle. I'm limited like no other. lol

 

CPU: AMD FX 6300 6core 3500 Mhz 3core

RAM: 8 GBS

Windows 7 Professional

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti

 

Games that can be played without crashing:

  • Overwatch
  • Stardew Valley
  • New Vegas
  • Bastion
  • Halloween Forever

I was planning on rebuilding this damn pc but I think I may just purchase myself a new one honestly.

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Windows 10 Home

Intel Core i7 4720HQ 2.60GHz TurboBoost to 3.60GHz

GTX 980 6GB GDDR5

16GB DDR3 G.Skill Ripjaws 1600MHz

128GB Intel M.2 SSD

1TB Seagate HDD 

Asus mg28uq 4K Monitor (when I am home) Laptop Display is 1920x1080

Razer DeathAdder Chroma Mouse 

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard 

 

This is my laptop that I purchased in 2015 since I traveled a lot for work so I sold my tower for this Alienware 17 R2 and I have upgraded a bit like the m.2 drive and 16gb of ram from 8gb. 

 

It's been a great laptop and at the time there was no competition on the market but I would never buy a Dell/Alienware again. The laptop is great but the customer service is just awful and they are extremely overpriced. I bought my wife an MSI a few months ago and paid a fraction of what I paid and it is better in every possible way except the graphics card is a touch smaller than mine. 

 

On 3/21/2019 at 7:05 AM, supertrunksman said:

Just built a new PC last week (My first build)

 

CPU ---->         Intel I9-9900K
COOLER ----> Corsair Hydro H60 120 Liquid Cooler
GPU ---->         EVGA RTX 2080TI FTW3
RAM ---->         IPSG 32GB 2X16 D4 3200 RIPJAWS
MOBO ---->      Asus Prime Z390-a
SSD ---->         Samsung E 500GB 970EVO M.2
HDD ---->         Seagate 2TB Barracuda 3.5" HD

PSU ----->        Corsair RMX750X Gold
CASE ---->       Corsair Carbide 275R TG MT White

 

Haven't done anything with overclocking or anything, as I have no idea how/what the downsides are.

There is definitely no need to overlock yet, that 9900k will crush any game/software on the market right now. I would also suggest never overclocking the 2080 and make sure you registered for the warranty as they are dying left and right. My buddy is on his 3rd in 4 months because they keep dying. Nvidia knows about it but there is no fix yet. I have heard people taking the heat sink off and applying a better heat paste helps but then you void warranty and it's not 100% guaranteed.

 

Other than that, nice build man! You definitely made some good choices for a first build. You will be set for a long time.    

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First build :)

Case: Fractal Design Meshify C

CPU: AMD RYZEN 5 1600X

GPU: GTX 1080Ti 

Ram: 16GB Skill Trident Z

Motherboard: ASUS B350-F Gaming

Cooler: Kraken X62 Liquid Cooling

SSD: Samsung 250GB EVO

HDD: Western Digital 2 TB

Monitors: Viewsonic 21.5 Inch FreeSync Gaming Monitor x 2

Keyboard: Steel Series APEX M800

Mouse: Steel Series Sensei 310.

Microphone Audio Technica AT2020

Headphones Audio Technica ATH-M40X

OS: Windows 10. 

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Alienware Area 51 R2

OS: Windows 10 Pro

CPU: Intel Core i7-6850K 3.6 Ghz, 6 Cores

RAM: 16 GB DDR4-2133

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 Founder's Edition (8 GB VRAM)

SSD: 256 GB

HDD (internal): 2 x 4 TB

HDD (external): 6 TB Toshiba

Monitor: Dell S2716DG (27" with G-Sync)

 

I won't be in a hurry to grab the RTX 2080 Ti, especially after hearing this. It just isn't reasonable for a $1000+ graphics card to have that kind of failure rate. Having to repeatedly replace it like that would get on my very last nerve.

On 6/16/2019 at 2:52 PM, WarDevil69 said:

There is definitely no need to overlock yet, that 9900k will crush any game/software on the market right now. I would also suggest never overclocking the 2080 and make sure you registered for the warranty as they are dying left and right. My buddy is on his 3rd in 4 months because they keep dying. Nvidia knows about it but there is no fix yet. I have heard people taking the heat sink off and applying a better heat paste helps but then you void warranty and it's not 100% guaranteed.

 

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On 6/27/2019 at 11:47 PM, OhDearDevilRun said:

Some of you guys have beasts...Im afraid to show my junk.

 

 

Post it up man, we are not here to judge. 

On 6/27/2019 at 6:24 PM, RadiantFlamberge said:

Alienware Area 51 R2

OS: Windows 10 Pro

CPU: Intel Core i7-6850K 3.6 Ghz, 6 Cores

RAM: 16 GB DDR4-2133

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080 Founder's Edition (8 GB VRAM)

SSD: 256 GB

HDD (internal): 2 x 4 TB

HDD (external): 6 TB Toshiba

Monitor: Dell S2716DG (27" with G-Sync)

 

I won't be in a hurry to grab the RTX 2080 Ti, especially after hearing this. It just isn't reasonable for a $1000+ graphics card to have that kind of failure rate. Having to repeatedly replace it like that would get on my very last nerve.

 

 

It would be painfully annoying, having to box it up and send it away every few weeks would get old, especially for the price. The 2070 would be a better option right now but still way to expensive. 

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2 hours ago, WarDevil69 said:

 

It would be painfully annoying, having to box it up and send it away every few weeks would get old, especially for the price. The 2070 would be a better option right now but still way to expensive. 

Also, IMO the 2080 Ti does not have enough of an advantage over the 1080 to justify that $1200 price. For that much money, is it wrong to want something more? I do not think so. Hopefully Nvidia should have these problems fixed with the 21 series, while also offering more power for the same cash.

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On 7/1/2019 at 11:52 PM, RadiantFlamberge said:

Also, IMO the 2080 Ti does not have enough of an advantage over the 1080 to justify that $1200 price. For that much money, is it wrong to want something more? I do not think so. Hopefully Nvidia should have these problems fixed with the 21 series, while also offering more power for the same cash.

 

Rarely ever has the "TI" variant been worth the extra cash, at that point you might as well take the next step into the bigger card and just overclock it yourself if you really need more. I sure hope the 21 series has these kinks fixed out, sadly I can't see performance taking that much of a leap from the 20 series cards but I will buy into it if the price seriously drops off. The fall of cryptocurrency should also help a lot.  

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My editing workstation/gaming machine:

 

OS: Windows 10

CPU: Intel Core i7-5820k 3.3Ghz Haswell Extreme

GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G

RAM: ADATA XPG Z1 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2400
PSU: EVGA G2 Super Nova 1000W Gold Certified
Storage 1: Intel 530 SSD 480GB SATA 6
Storage 2: 2x Seagate 2TB 64MB 7200RM RAID 1
Heatsink: Corsair H110 280mm Liquid Cooling
Optical: SATA DVD-RW DL 24x Lightscribe 

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VADER (yeah i  know real original built in a gen 2 CM trooper case_
OS: WIN 10
CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x
GPU: Evga 1080ti ftw3
RAM: 32GB Gskill @ 3200 MHZ

MOBO: MSI X470 Gaming pro carbon

PSU: EVGA 80+ Plat 800w

Storage: 500GB Samsung Evo 970 NVME, x3 Seagate Barracuda pro 4TB 7200RPM clunkers, x2 Seagate Barracuda Pro 6TB 7200RPM Clunkers.

I'm currently upgrading due to the new Ryzens 

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Got a new rig for 10th wedding anniversary. Old one was a mid-range gaming PC from 2015. Maybe now I can get a bit higher fps for stuff like Hatoful Boyfriend. 

 

OMEN by HP 

CPU: Intel i7-8700K 3.70GHz - 4.70 GHz 

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (11 GB) 

RAM: 32 GB DDR4 2666 MHz HyperX 

Storage: 512 GB SSD + 2 TB 7200 RPM SATA 

Cooling: Liquid cooling 

PSU: 750 W 

OS: Win 10 Home 

 

Display: Asus ROG Swift PG278QR 27" WQHD, 2560 x 1440 @ 144/165 Hz 

 

I'm hoping the CPU won't be a bottleneck. The setup is upgradable though so guess I should be fine for a while. Haven't had time to test how the GPU performs with ray tracing yet, got free download codes for Control and Wolfenstein: Youngblood though. 
Went with TN panel for the display as it seems there's some issues with the IPS panels at the moment.

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