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12 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

Love it! Specs?

Edited in, it's awkward tapping out a long post from my phone and it's awkward to get photos from phone to PC, so I often do things this way by posting photos then editing in the description or vice versa.

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Hey guys I just finished cleaning my desk and put my pc in a proper case as my office build.

Its a Pentium E5400 and 4GiB of RAM DDR3 1066 with chipset graphics and a Rosewill SRM-1. Pop OS as the OS and some smaller file organizers from ikea on a table from ikea as well!

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1 minute ago, Dkunky said:

Hey guys I just finished cleaning my desk and put my pc in a proper case as my office build.

 

Nice! Just curious, what's in the blue bag next to the rig?


The Schnoz

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Just now, Schnoz said:

Nice! Just curious, what's in the blue bag next to the rig?

Oh haha just a vacuum bag with blankets!

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3 minutes ago, Dkunky said:

Oh haha just a vacuum bag with blankets!

I've actually never heard of one, but a quick Boogle search shows me that they're pretty useful for packing luggage.


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Just now, Schnoz said:

I've actually never heard of one, but a quick Boogle search shows me that they're pretty useful for packing luggage.

Also really good for moving too!

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Hi guys!

 

Tried to challenge myself in creating an actually pleasing looking noctua build. Looking good so far. Only need an sfx power supply and gpu to complete the build. I might add some beige/brown stripes on the gpu backplate to keep the theme going

 

NZXT H200 case (the bar was painted brown, external covers covered in pvc wallpaper with a wood design)

Ryzen 5 1600

MSI B450I motherboard

FlareX 3200 Mhz 2x8GB ram

Samsung 850 Evo SSD

Noctua NH U12S AM4 cooler

Noctua NF F12 fans x2

Nocua NF A15 fans x2

fake plant

 

psu: either a corsair sfx600 or a dagger gold 500w one

gpu: might get an rtx 2070 super, then upgrade to the 3000 ryzen series next year

 

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This is a compiled post about my rigs. Edit: Added more rigs, and if they can be yeeted.

 

Main rig (pictured):

 

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 4.25 GHz

Mobo: Ass Rock AB350M with custom VRM heatsinks

GPU: Gigabyte AORUS 1660 Ti @ 2325 MHz core turbo, 16 GHz memory (somehow) with modded memory and core cooling (Update: added liquid metal)

SSD: Silicon Power SP256GBP34A80M28 256 GB NVMe X4 with custom heatsink

HDD: WD Se server drive 3 TB

Cooler: Cooler Master MasterLiquid 240 with Arctic MX-4

PSU: Corsair CX500M Semimodular

Case: Cougar MG110

Fans (all): Arctic P12 PWM PST

Keyboard and mouse combo: Logitech K330

Display: LG 2560 by 1080 IPS EXTRA THICC

Yeetable: Yes

 

I installed Arctic P12 PWM PST fans because my older ones were starting to get noisy/have vibration issues. This is a status update from yesterday when I accidentally pulled my CPU out with the waterblock due to the garbage thermal paste:

 

"This is really exciting! My new fans arrived today (Arctic P12 PWM PST). But it's not as simple a story as swapping out the fans. Stick with me for a bit...

 

A bit of background first: My rig has 5 120mm fans (2 front intake, 2 CPU top exhaust, 1 rear exhaust). The front two are Rosewill fans from my previous case, the top ones are Cooler Master Air Balance 120s that came with my MasterLiquid 240, and the rear is a Cougar fan rated at 12V 0.3 A, the rest are rated at 12V 0.16A. Lately, I've been getting some noise issues from a dying bearing with the rearmost top exhaust fan (one of the Cooler Master ones). To find a replacement, I've always been into air pressure fans, since two need to pull through an air filter while two more have to push through a radiator.

 

So anyways, the fans arrived today, I popped the rig open, and removed the old fans. That was easy.

 

I have also lately been hitting 70 C temps on my AIO under load, so I pulled the MasterLiquid 240 off.

 

Big. Mistake.

 

So, it turns out that Arctic Silver 5 (different company from the one that makes MX-4 and my current fans) is literal garbage. That stuff dried and turned into a strong glue. When the waterblock came out, the Ryzen 5 2600 came out too.

 

That thing was stuck on there. I could not pry it off. This has happened once before to me with an old PGA478 Pentium 4. After bending back two or three bent pins, I used the crowbar of a hammer to remove the chip. I then put the CPU carefully back in its socket (it fit somehow), cleaned both surfaces with an alcohol pad, then applied more MX-4 than needed in the shape of a penis. I also vaccumed out the rad fins, then installed the new fans. So, Arctic markets these fans as having PST (Power-Sharing Technology), where each fan has an extra 4-pin female fan connector that can be used power another fan. This means you can daisy-chain fans to a single fan header. This eliminated my need for a fan splitter. The rear and top fans are daisy-chained to one fan header, and the front two fans are connected to another. This thing is now exceptionally quiet. I had no idea that the AIO fans were that loud. The thing is now damn near inaudible under idle. Thanks for sticking with me for this story.

 

Conclusion? Be careful when removing CPU coolers from chips with crap thermal paste, and buy Arctic P12 fans because they're great."

 

Woohoo bad pics! Starting off with a blurry front view:

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Now for an unintentional upside-down side view:

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The SSD heatsink I made myself that cools NAND, Phison E16 controller, DDR4, and power controller.

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Arctic P12 PWM PST fan (rear exhaust):

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Arctic P12 PWM PST fans (front intake)

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Unrelated piece of whole wheat bread (because my mom won't let me eat white bread) with a weird hole in it:

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1660 Ti:

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Like my previous rigs, it has a story. I built the initial rig last year originally considering an 8700, but settled for a 2600X and 1050. Returned both for a more balanced 2600 and EVGA 1060 3 GB SC. That card was a supreme overclocker until I dropped the mobo VRM heatsink on it and it died. Cue my current graphics card with an unnecessarily large cooler because I love cooling anything that gets warm. 

 

And now for my messy "battle station":

My mancave/study/gayming desk:

 

Left to right:

July 1st, 2019 issue of Time Magazine

Rack of scratch paper (misprints of science fair report) with other unorganized crap

Lamp with improvised lampshade

Boogle Home Hub

Chinese Link Level 2 Part 1 book with custom cover

Google-exclusive backpack with Scientific American magazine inside

Loose papers

Blue binder with math agenda

Small book thing for all notebooks and textbooks

Defective Nest Protect

Small fidget thing with sand

Bin with all pencils, pens, and ruler

LED lamp #2

Dead liquid-metaled EVGA GTX 1060 SC 9 Gbps (not RMA'd yet)

Trashcan filled with used tissues

Lotion, deodorant, hand sanitizer, nasal spray, pack of tissues (i know what you're thinking, and i do not do that, you dirty-minded people) (most of them haven't been used in ages)

Box of paperclips

Empty underwater potato cup 

Cup of leftover gravel (fish tank)

Scratch paper, filled with trigonometry work

Cup of water

Folding chair with hooooooodddiiiiiiieeeeee

Old Dell speakers

LG 29UB55-B 2560 x 1080 IPS Extra T H I C C

LG K330 keyboard/mouse combo

Another box of tissues

Floor vent

Blue Snowball microphone

Micro:bit with Max:bot attachment

Intel stock cooler (LGA115X, aluminum), hole punch, server fan

Current desktop (specs below, will put pic of insides in later)

Hikari Freeze-Dried bloodworms

Topfin Betta pellets

smol fishe tank (Crowntail male betta, tumbled gravel substrate, 3 underwater potatoes, Amazon Sword, Marimo moss ball, 5-gallon)

Shelf full of more loose papers, cables, Intel 12-inch ruler, etc.

Another folding chair

Samsung M283X series pronter

Waterbottle

 

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But wait! That's not all! I don't have pics of previous setups right now, but I'll try to append them later.

 

Test bench (also used for putting Windows onto drives):

CPU: Core i5 4460

Memory: 12 GB DDR3-1600 (2x2 GB, 2x4 GB)

Mobo: Random ASUS thing (idk the chipset) with custom VRM cooling

Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper T4 (previously used in my previous rig)

SSD: WD prototype 2.5" SATA SSD (previously used in my current rig)

Graphics: Intel HD 4600 1.1 GHz

PSU: Thermaltake 500W 80+ Bronze (previously used in my current rig)

Yeetable: No

 

Previous rig:

CPU: Intel Confidential QBZL (Xeon 1265L) -> Core i7 3770 4.3 GHz (external multiplier)

Mobo: Asus P8P67 WS Revolution

GPU: HD 5450 Passive 1 GB -> 9600 GSO -> GT 630 -> HD 8570 -> scam "GTX 970" (actually overheating 550 Ti 1 GB)

Memory: 4 -> 10 -> 16 GB DDR3-1333

SSD: ADATA 120 GB

Cooler: Intel stock aluminum -> Hyper T4 -> Intel stock copper

PSU: Antec 380W -> Thermaltake 500W

Case: some rosewill thing

Yeetable: No

 

Edit: There's more!

 

Laptop: Dell Latitude E6540

CPU: Core i7 4800MQ (Turbo disabled due to battery and overheating issues) (Liquid metal)

Memory: 8 GB (2x4 GB) DDR3L-1600 SODIMMs

Mobo: Dell proprietary QM87

GPU: AMD HD 8790M (liquid metal)

SSD: ADATA 120 GB 2.5" SATA

PSU: Stock 140W

Cooler: Loud AF Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 Tumansky R-15 Turbojet

Display: 1920 by 1080 TN non-IPS

Yeetable: Yes, barely

 

Edit edit: There's even more!

 

Retro rig: Sony VAIO PCV-RX570 (no actual RX 570 included)

CPU: Pentium 4 PGA478 1.8 GHz "Williamette" (256K cache variant)

Memory: 512 MB (2x256 MB) SDRAM

Mobo: Intel 845 chipset

GPU: ASUS RIVA TNT2 32MB with modded cooling

HDD: [various]

Display: 1366 by 768 LCD

Yeetable: No

 

Edit edit edit: EVEN MORE!

 

HTPC:

CPU: Intel Confidential Xeon 1220L V2

Memory: 4 GB (2x2 GB) DDR3-1333

Mobo: something, i forgot

GPU: Dell OEM HD 7570 1 GB

HDD: WD 2.5-inch 1 TB 7200 RPM

Case: Cooler Master Elite 130

PSU: Antec EarthWatts 380W

TV:  720p LCD or something (quite old)

Yeetable: Yes, barely

 

Raspberry Pi 3B+:

CPU: Broadcom BCM2837B0 (4x A53)

Memory: 1 GB DDR2

GPU: Broadcom Videocore IV 400 MHz

Storage: (lost the SD card :()

Case/Cooler: Pi Armor passive (essentially a giant heatsink)

PSU: Canakit 15W Micro-USB charger

Yeetable: Yes

 

Dad's PC #1: SolidWorks rig

CPU: i7-2600K 4.5 GHz

Memory: 16 GB (4x4 GB) DDR3-1600

GPU: Dell OEM HD 7570 1 GB

Storage: some sort of 2.5-inch SATA SSD, multiple HDDs

Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus

Case: (one of those older cases with a floppy cutout, but has a plastic side window and is painted black, still pretty cool)

PSU: Thermaltake 500W non-modular

Yeetable: No

 

Dad's PC #2: 

CPU: Retail Xeon 1265L-V2

Memory: 16 GB (2x8 GB) DDR3-1600

GPU: Nvidia Quadro 2000 (based on 750 Ti) reference

Storage: some sort of 2.5-inch SATA SSD

Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus with replaced fan

Case: (some sort of antec thing)

PSU: Antec Earthwatts 380W

Yeetable: No

 

Dad's PC #3:

CPU: Intel Xeon 1220L V2 (he has a lot of Sandy/Ivy Bridge chips)

Memory: 4 GB (2x2 GB) DDR3-1333

GPU: (i forget)

Storage: (i forget)

Case: (some sort of black case)

PSU: (i forgot)

Yeetable: No

 

Mom's laptop/main PC: Thinkpad X1 Yoga

 

CPU: i7-6600U that throttles a lot

Memory: 16 GB LPDDR4

GPU: Integrated

Storage: 128 GB NVMe M.2 SSD

Cooler: Loud AF Lockheed SR-71 "Blackbird" Pratt & Whitney J58 turbojet engine or equivalent

Display: 3840 by 2160

Yeetable: Yes

 

Little brother's laptop/main PC: Latitude E5420

CPU: i5 2520

Memory: 6 GB (1x4 GB, 1x2 GB) DDR3L SODIMMs

GPU: Integrated

Storage: 500GB 2.5" SATA HDD 5400 RPM

Cooler: Liquid-metalled Dell proprietary

Display: 1366 by 768 (?)

Yeetable: Yes

 

My graphing calculator: Texas Instruments Ti-84 Plus CE

CPU: Zilog eZ80 48 MHz

Memory: 256 KB (154 KB user-accessible)

Storage: 4 MB Flash ROM (3 MB user-accessible)

Display: 320 by 240 LCD

ACT-compatible: yes

SAT-compatible: yes

AP Bio exam-compatible: yes

Color: black

Yeetable: Yes

 

 

Edit edit edit edit: Still more!

 

Raspberry Pi 4B:

 

CPU: Broadcom BCM2711 (4x A72, 1.5 GHz)

Memory: 4 GB LPDDR4-2400

GPU: Broadcom Videocore VI 600 MHz

Cooling: Pimironi Fan Shim

Case: Official Pi 4 case

 

 

*Yeetable devices are light and small enough to be picked up and thrown with one hand in the classic "yeeting" motion.


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21 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

Snipperclips, coming March 3rd, 2017!

That's a good looking setup.

Also, how'd you make your own heatsink? 

 


Don't buy an EVGA G3!

Toyota Corona appreciation month

 

Desktop(s):

Thunder (main rig):

Ryzen 5 1600@4.0 GHz (1.35V)|ASRock AB350 Pro 4|Scythe Fuma 2|16GB G.Skill RIPJAWS V DDR4 @2666 MHz (2x8)|WD Black 256 GB NVME SSD|1TB WD Blue 7200 RPM HDD|500GB Segate Barracuda 7200 RPM HDD|6 TB of external storage (one 4TB, one 2TB)|ASUS GTX 1060 6GB Turbo|CX650M|Windows 10 Pro|Fractal Design Meshify C dark TG (4 intake 1 exhaust)|Dell SE2417HG|LG25UM58-P Ultrawide OC 75 Hz (At Max Res)|Dell SP2008WFP|Logitech G602|G.Skill KM570MX (Cherry MX Blue)|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

 

Dell XPS 420:

Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz|Dell OTP406 x38 chipset LGA 775|Some THICC Dell cooler|8 GB MemoryTek DDR2 800 RAM|2x WD Caviar Blue 7200 RPM 320 GB|Some Optical Drive|NVidia GeForce 8800 GT|Windows 10 Pro|Insignia TV from 2007|Havit HV-KB558CM Keyboard/Mouse combo|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB USA factory unlocked Midnight Black (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

Laptop(s):

Acer Spin 15 64GB Chromebook:

Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300|4GB DDR2|Mobile Intel 935 Express Chipset|1440x900 display

A bunch of Dell Vostro 1000s

An old Powerbook G3

And an old 17" Macbook Pro Mid-2007

 

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1 hour ago, Kaloob said:

That's a good looking setup.

Also, how'd you make your own heatsink? 

 

Just got some generic black kitchen heatsinks off Amazon and some thermal tape.


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8 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

Just got some generic black 'sinks off Amazon and some thermal tape.

Ah.

Also, I feel ya on the bread.


Don't buy an EVGA G3!

Toyota Corona appreciation month

 

Desktop(s):

Thunder (main rig):

Ryzen 5 1600@4.0 GHz (1.35V)|ASRock AB350 Pro 4|Scythe Fuma 2|16GB G.Skill RIPJAWS V DDR4 @2666 MHz (2x8)|WD Black 256 GB NVME SSD|1TB WD Blue 7200 RPM HDD|500GB Segate Barracuda 7200 RPM HDD|6 TB of external storage (one 4TB, one 2TB)|ASUS GTX 1060 6GB Turbo|CX650M|Windows 10 Pro|Fractal Design Meshify C dark TG (4 intake 1 exhaust)|Dell SE2417HG|LG25UM58-P Ultrawide OC 75 Hz (At Max Res)|Dell SP2008WFP|Logitech G602|G.Skill KM570MX (Cherry MX Blue)|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

 

Dell XPS 420:

Core 2 Quad Q6600 @2.4GHz|Dell OTP406 x38 chipset LGA 775|Some THICC Dell cooler|8 GB MemoryTek DDR2 800 RAM|2x WD Caviar Blue 7200 RPM 320 GB|Some Optical Drive|NVidia GeForce 8800 GT|Windows 10 Pro|Insignia TV from 2007|Havit HV-KB558CM Keyboard/Mouse combo|Amazon Basics A100 Speakers

 

Phone: Samsung Galaxy s8 64GB USA factory unlocked Midnight Black (with a 200 GB MicroSD card)

 

Laptop(s):

Acer Spin 15 64GB Chromebook:

Intel Pentium N4200|4GB RAM|64GB SSD|32GB MicroSD card|Intel HD 510|Acer 3 amp power brick

 

Dell Latitude D630:

Intel Core 2 Duo T7300|4GB DDR2|Mobile Intel 935 Express Chipset|1440x900 display

A bunch of Dell Vostro 1000s

An old Powerbook G3

And an old 17" Macbook Pro Mid-2007

 

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Here's my custom gaming rig. Also sorry about the cable management of my PC.

 

P.S. Might not the best looking but since it's working I'm happy with it! 

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Project Moțatu REV. 1 Specs:

 

Procesor: AMD Ryzen™ 5 2400G w/ Radeon™ RX Vega 11 Graphics  (I will upgrade to Ryzen 5 3600)

GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 960 4GB "2X WindForce" Edition (really soon Sapphire RX 5700 non-XT)

RAM: 16 GB HYPERX PREDATOR RGB OC 2933MHz (A-XMP Profile 2) CL15 DUAL CHANNEL

SSD x HDD: WD Green 120 GB SATA-III m.2 2280 + WD BLUE 1TB HDD

MOBO: MSI B450M MORTAR TITANIUM REV 2.1

CPU COOLER: Stock Wraith Stealth (Cooler Master)

CASE: CORSAIR CARBIDE 88R

CASE FANS: Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R RGB as exhaust fan and stock Corsair intake fan installed on top panel of the case.

PSU: CORSAIR RM850x 850W Full Modular 80+ GOLD

SISTEM DE OPERARE: WINDOWS 10 HOME EDITION (US Version) 1903 Build

 

 

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It's been a little bit of a journey, but i feel like my distributed computing server is finally up and running the way it should!

this thing is silence optimized. the rack it sits in is located right in the middle of my living room. i live in a pretty small apartment, so it's really the only place it could be placed. and the girlfriend would not let me have it if it was going to sound like a jet 24/7.

 

the only thing that's not quite ready is the way i'm blocking the air from recirculating into the rads again. (the strip of cardboard in top of the 360 rad)

i probably want to replace that with some metal sometime. tough once i go casemodding i'll probably want to paint the inside of the case aswell..🤔

 

specs:

Dual Intel Xeon E5 2640 CPU's (used to be 2670's, tough the heat output did not warrant the extra threads)

ASUS Z9PA-D8 motherboard with RAID controller enabled

16GB ECC registered memory 4x4GB

2x R9 290X @ 1000core 1300mem

250GB Samsung 840 SSD

EVGA Supernova 1000 G3 with a more silent fan modded in. (zipties FTW)

and ofcourse full custom watercooling!

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and plenty of space left in the rack for more of these servers! (once the bank account recovers)


X399M Taichi - Threadripper 1950X - Titan X Pascal - GTX 1070 FE - Dominator Plats SE Contrast - InWin 301 - EVGA 850 G2 - Full Custom Watercooling

BlackMac Woody  60% Keyboard

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Got my triple monitor setup

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n0ah1897, on 05 Mar 2014 - 2:08 PM, said:  "Computers are like girls. It's whats in the inside that matters.  I don't know about you, but I like my girls like I like my cases. Just as beautiful on the inside as the outside."

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29 minutes ago, spwath said:

Got my triple monitor setup

 

I bet that gave you more than a feeling.

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7 minutes ago, Bitter said:

I bet that gave you more than a feeling.

It had me more Feeling Satisfied, and I Think I Like It.

 

I do need to get Boston's first album on vinyl though...


n0ah1897, on 05 Mar 2014 - 2:08 PM, said:  "Computers are like girls. It's whats in the inside that matters.  I don't know about you, but I like my girls like I like my cases. Just as beautiful on the inside as the outside."

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9 hours ago, spwath said:

It had me more Feeling Satisfied, and I Think I Like It.

 

I do need to get Boston's first album on vinyl though...

the bezels line up!


into trains? here's the model railroad thread!

The way to get the specs for my PC. go to the store. Buy some potatos. boil them and mash the. and stuff that in a focus g with a ssd.

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My baby specs:

  • Fractal Design Define R6 Blackout Black
  • Asus Bridge Strix X470 Gaming
  • AMD Ryzen 7 2700
  • Corsair Hydro H60
  • Corsair RM 1000i (I know, it's a bit overkill, but I had it for a good price...)
  • 48 Gb Corsair DDR4 3200
  • Asus Rog Strix RX580 (vertical mount)
  • Samsung M.2 500Gb Evo 970
  • Seagate Internal HDD 4To
  • Seagate External HDD 8To 6To (oups... made a mistake here 😛  as I'm planning to buy 2 other 4To Internal HDD I got ahead of myself )
  • USB 3.0 extension PCie Card
  • Keyboard : Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2016 Edition
  • Monitor: Old Philips 27" 1920x1080 (gonna be upgraded soon and will be inherited by my daughter for her future rig).
  • Headset: Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless

 

There's going to be a few changes in the near future (monitor, more USB 3.x extension card, more Internal HDD).

But nothing dramatic.

 

A upgrade to come for my old case and still to be decided if it goes on my TV screen or for my daughter.

 

There there is the laptop. Nothing dramatic, enough for me to work on it when I'm away and for my daughter to work on at home.

 

I'll post pictures of my main PC later.
 

 

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1 hour ago, seagate_surfer said:

☝️😎 What a great set up you have! 👍

If that's for me, then thanks ^o^

 

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AMD Ryzen 2600 W/ Wrath Cooler

ASRock  B450 Pro4

EVGA 1060 6GB SSC

Ram: 16 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX

Basic 2 Moniter Setup

EVGA 600W PSU

Antec 900 V3 Case

 

i know graphically i need a better GPU, and currently im ok with my current setup as i dont really game in  4k nor dont have a need to go that high right now.. 720 or 1080 both do the job. 

 

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CPU - Intel i3 - 6100 (Dual Core 3.7GHz)

GPU - Nvidia GT 730 2GB DDR3 (vendor: Samsung) - 50 mHz OC on Memory & Core

RAM - Samsung 8GB DDR3L

SSD - Western Digital 500GB SATA SSD

PSU - Samsung OEM 235W PSU

Motherboard - Samsung OEM Motherboard

Cooler - Unknown OEM cooler (it's not even stock lmao)

 

Mouse & Keyboard - Samsung OEM

Monitor: LG Ultrawide 21:9 1440p20190715_133736.thumb.jpg.2d2e8fe60e47eb5bbba46ba9a100b002.jpg

 

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14 hours ago, John Hammersley said:

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Add pics of your setup please. :)


My Systems:

Gaming:

Spoiler

RUSTIC PC: FX-8350 @4.6GHz // Deepcool Gammaxx 400 // MSI 970 Gaming // AData 2x 4GB DDR3 @1600MHz // Gigabyte RX 570 Gaming 4G // Samsung 840 120GB SSD + 2x 1TB Seagate 7200 HDDs // Cooler Master V650 PSU // Vintage wooden crate enclosure // Windows 10 // Thrustmaster TMX + G27 pedals & shifter // Build Log

HTPC:

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SNES PC (HTPC): i3-4150 @3.5 // Gigabyte GA-H87N-Wifi // G.Skill 2x 4GB DDR3 1600 // Asus Dual GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC // AData SP600 128GB SSD // Pico 160XT PSU // Custom SNES Enclosure // 55" LG LED 1080p TV  // Logitech wireless touchpad-keyboard // Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon // Build Log

Laptops:

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MY DAILY: Lenovo ThinkPad T410 // 14" 1440x900 // i5-540M 2.5GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD iGPU + Quadro NVS 3100M 512MB dGPU // 2x4GB DDR3L 1066 // Mushkin Triactor 480GB SSD // Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon

 

WIFE'S: Dell Latitude E5450 // 14" 1366x768 // i5-5300U 2.3GHz Dual-Core HT // Intel HD5500 // 2x4GB RAM DDR3L 1600 // 500GB 7200 HDD // Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon

 

EXPERIMENTAL: Pinebook // 11.6" 1080p // Manjaro KDE (ARM)

NAS:

Spoiler

Home NAS: Pentium G4400 @3.3 // Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3 // Corsair 1x 4GB DDR4 2400 // Intel HD Graphics // Kingston A400 120GB SSD // 3x Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200 HDDs in RAID-Z // Cooler Master Silent Pro M 1000w PSU // Antec Performance Plus 1080AMG // FreeNAS OS

 

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