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6/10

i7 3770k 4,4gHz

Corsair H100i - Noctua Nf-f12

Corsair Dominator 1866mHz 8gb

Asus Zabertooth Z77

Asus Direct Cu II Top 7970 - GPU:1100-Mem:5800

120gb Kingston V300 - 450read/write

2tb WD

Fractal Design - Define R4 + 650w Tesla 

Logitech G110 + Performance MX

Cerwin Vega D3X

 

8/10

I like the Case and Mobo

CPU: i7 3770k @ 4.2

Cooler: be Quiet! Dark Rock 2

MB: MSI Z77 MPOWER

RAM: Kingston 4x4GB Hyper X 10th Anniversary running at 1866Mhz

SDD: 1x Samsung 840 Pro

HDD: 1x WD Black 2TB 1x WD Green 500GB

Case: Fractal ARC Midi R2

GPU: EVGA GTX 780 SC

PSU: Corsair AX760

Monitor: 1x  LG IPS235V 23" IPS 1x Samsung Syncmaster B2430

 

 

 

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9/10, the case drops it for me, sorry Dx

 

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Decent specs. 9/10. Better than my current system which is:

Case: HP Case

PSU: 300W PSU (Don't know brand name)

Mobo: Asus (don't know model but I do know has a Intel Socket 775 chipset)

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz @ 2.4GHz

Memory: 2x 1GB Qimonda and 2x 1GB Kingston DDR2 memory @ 667MHz (4GB total)

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce FX GT 430 1GB GDDR3 memory (Can't remember card brand name)

HDD: Seagate or Samsung 500GB 7200RPM

Optical Drive: HP DVD-RW (Now dead)

Monitors: HP 2311xf LED and HP w1907 CCFL

OS: Windows 7 Pro (Upgraded from Windows Vista Pro)

This 6 year old PC with be upgraded this year to the one in my sig.


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Decent specs. 9/10. Better than my current system which is:

Case: HP Case

PSU: 300W PSU (Don't know brand name)

Mobo: Asus (don't know model but I do know has a Intel Socket 775 chipset)

CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz @ 2.4GHz

Memory: 2x 1GB Qimonda and 2x 1GB Kingston DDR2 memory @ 667MHz (4GB total)

GPU: NVIDIA GeForce FX GT 430 1GB GDDR3 memory (Can't remember card brand name)

HDD: Seagate or Samsung 500GB 7200RPM

Optical Drive: HP DVD-RW (Now dead)

Monitors: HP 2311xf LED and HP w1907 CCFL

OS: Windows 7 Pro (Upgraded from Windows Vista Pro)

This 6 year old PC with be upgraded this year to the one in my sig.

3/10( no offence, but its pretty crap)

 

CPU: i5 3470@4.0 GHz

Case: Prodigy

GPU: sapphire 7950 1160/1375

PSU: antec neo eco 620Watt

RAM: corsair 2x2GB

Mobo: Gigabyte mini ITX Z77N wifi

SSD: samsang 830 128GB

HDD: 3X WD Green 2TB + 1 WD blue 1TB  + 1WD green 1TB + 2TB seagate ( 1x 1TB WD green and  2TB WD Green  and 2TB seagate

in external hotswap)


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3/10( no offence, but its pretty crap)

 

CPU: i5 3470@4.0 GHz

Case: Prodigy

GPU: sapphire 7950 1160/1375

PSU: antec neo eco 620Watt

RAM: corsair 2x2GB

Mobo: Gigabyte mini ITX Z77N wifi

SSD: samsang 830 128GB

HDD: 3X WD Green 2TB + 1 WD blue 1TB  + 1WD green 1TB + 2TB seagate ( 1x 1TB WD green and  2TB WD Green  and 2TB seagate

in external hotswap)

1.000.000.1/1.000.000.3 ;)

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3/10( no offence, but its pretty crap)

 

CPU: i5 3470@4.0 GHz

Case: Prodigy

GPU: sapphire 7950 1160/1375

PSU: antec neo eco 620Watt

RAM: corsair 2x2GB

Mobo: Gigabyte mini ITX Z77N wifi

SSD: samsang 830 128GB

HDD: 3X WD Green 2TB + 1 WD blue 1TB  + 1WD green 1TB + 2TB seagate ( 1x 1TB WD green and  2TB WD Green  and 2TB seagate

in external hotswap)

Love the Prodigy + tons of storage space 8,5/10!

 

MOBO: Asrock Extreme4 Gen3

CPU: i5 2500K @ 5GHz + Swiftech Apogee HD

RAM: 2x8GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 1600MHz CL8

GPU: Asus Direct CU II GTX 670 + EKWB fullcover bock

SSD: M4 128GB SSD + 2x Kingston SSDNow 120GB RAID0

HDD: WD Green 1TB + Samsung F3 1TB + 2TB Seagate External

Sound card: Asus Xonar ST running UNi Xonar drivers

PSU: Super Flower Power King Platinum 550W (80+ Platinum)

Case: NZXT Switch 810

OS: Windows 8 Pro N 64-bit

And of course all the fans on the radiators (240 + 360) are Noctua NF-F12s


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8/10 would bang


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8/10 would bang

No comp specs so no rating.

Mine's in the spoiler in my sig.

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Love the Prodigy + tons of storage space 8,5/10!

 

MOBO: Asrock Extreme4 Gen3

CPU: i5 2500K @ 5GHz + Swiftech Apogee HD

RAM: 2x8GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 1600MHz CL8

GPU: Asus Direct CU II GTX 670 + EKWB fullcover bock

SSD: M4 128GB SSD + 2x Kingston SSDNow 120GB RAID0

HDD: WD Green 1TB + Samsung F3 1TB + 2TB Seagate External

Sound card: Asus Xonar ST running UNi Xonar drivers

PSU: Super Flower Power King Platinum 550W (80+ Platinum)

Case: NZXT Switch 810

OS: Windows 8 Pro N 64-bit

And of course all the fans on the radiators (240 + 360) are Noctua NF-F12s

9/10, I added a point for the SSDs and the water cooling :P

i5 3570k @ 3.4GHz

Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H Mobo

2x4GB G.Skill memory

GTX 660 ti @ stock speeds

Seagate Barracuda 1TB @ 7200RPM

Cooler Master 550W PSU

Antec 300 case

Windows 7 64 bit.


| i5-4670k @ 4.2Ghz | Corsair H100i | Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H | Corsair Vengeance Pro 8GB | ASUS Geforce GTX 770 |


| Samsung 840 Pro 128GB | WD Black 1TB | Corsair AX760 | Fractal Design Define R4 Black w/ Window | Corsair AF140 x2 |


| Windows 8.1 | ASUS 23" 1080p monitor | CM Storm Quickfire Stealth- MX Blue | Logitech G9x | Logitech G930 |

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7/10, good components but for the missing SSD and the fact that you don't overclock your system I subtract 3 points.

 

My System:

 

CPU: i7-3770K @ 4,6 GHz with Thermalright HR-02 Macho

MB: ASRock z77 extreme 4

RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance @1866 MHz

GPU: 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB @ 1130 MHz / 3096 MHz

SSD: 256 Samsung 840 (non pro)

HDD: 4 Western Digital Black in RAID 10

PSU: BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 10 650W

Case: Zalman z11 plus

OS: Windows 7 64bit/Linux


  • Primary PC: i7-3770K@4,6GHz | Thermalright Macho | ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 | 16 GB Corsair Vengeance@1866MHz | 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB@1130MHz | 256 GB Samsung 840 | WD Black 1TB | BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 650W | Zalman Z11
  • Secondary PC: i7-860@3,1GHz | Scythe Katana 3 | ASUS Maximus III Formula P55 | 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz | 2x Zotac GTX 280@650MHz | WD Velociraptor 500GB | Seagate Barracuda 2TB | BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 750W | Coolermaster Cosmos S

 

 

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As a gaming machine I would give it a solid 7. Probably provided solid performance that you are happy with and the presence of the SSD provided the fluidity that any modern computer should have. That score could probably be bumped up if it was being utilised for some moderate video editing/rendering work.

But there is no way i could have that case sitting on my desk or anywhere where it could be seen,

What exactly gives it a 7/10? I'm guessing you also don't like the case.

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7/10, good components but for the missing SSD and the fact that you don't overclock your system I subtract 3 points.

 

My System:

 

CPU: i7-3770K @ 4,6 GHz with Thermalright HR-02 Macho

MB: ASRock z77 extreme 4

RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance @1866 MHz

GPU: 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB @ 1130 MHz / 3096 MHz

SSD: 256 Samsung 840 (non pro)

HDD: 4 Western Digital Black in RAID 10

PSU: BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 10 650W

Case: Zalman z11 plus

OS: Windows 7 64bit/Linux

I bought it before SSD's were actually affordable... This is about a year old. Also, this is my first build, so I didn't do any overclocking. I'm planning on getting an H100i and overclocking it to like 4.2GHz.


| i5-4670k @ 4.2Ghz | Corsair H100i | Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H | Corsair Vengeance Pro 8GB | ASUS Geforce GTX 770 |


| Samsung 840 Pro 128GB | WD Black 1TB | Corsair AX760 | Fractal Design Define R4 Black w/ Window | Corsair AF140 x2 |


| Windows 8.1 | ASUS 23" 1080p monitor | CM Storm Quickfire Stealth- MX Blue | Logitech G9x | Logitech G930 |

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7/10, good components but for the missing SSD and the fact that you don't overclock your system I subtract 3 points.

 

My System:

 

CPU: i7-3770K @ 4,6 GHz with Thermalright HR-02 Macho

MB: ASRock z77 extreme 4

RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance @1866 MHz

GPU: 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB @ 1130 MHz / 3096 MHz

SSD: 256 Samsung 840 (non pro)

HDD: 4 Western Digital Black in RAID 10

PSU: BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 10 650W

Case: Zalman z11 plus

OS: Windows 7 64bit/Linux

9/10 Awesome all around system! I wouldn't have gone with the SLI 660ti, but it sure isn't a bad choice.


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7/10, good components but for the missing SSD and the fact that you don't overclock your system I subtract 3 points.

My System:

CPU: i7-3770K @ 4,6 GHz with Thermalright HR-02 Macho

MB: ASRock z77 extreme 4

RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance @1866 MHz

GPU: 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB @ 1130 MHz / 3096 MHz

SSD: 256 Samsung 840 (non pro)

HDD: 4 Western Digital Black in RAID 10

PSU: BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 10 650W

Case: Zalman z11 plus

OS: Windows 7 64bit/Linux

Wow love this system, the onley thing i dislike is the sli 660ti, i'm against crossfire or sli.

8.5/10

edit: Are you running 3 monitors or high resolution monitor? because of the 3gb 660ti's

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i'm against crossfire or sli.

Why?


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Why?

mostly because i had two gtx 460's. and it toke so much time to let them both work, that I onley used one at a time.

and ofcourse by micro stuttering at the AMD side

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What exactly gives it a 7/10? I'm guessing you also don't like the case.

I actually think you have a very good computer which is probably performs very similar to mine in most games (3570k @4.3 + a 7950)  but i would not give either your computer nor mine a 8, 9 or 10 because i do not want to de-value the highest scores.

 

Yes it is an awesome rig in terms of hardware (sorry dude I would rather have my system in a cardboard box) but I feel the 8, 9 and 10 score should be reserved for truly awesome systems both in terms of the hardware and everything else that goes into a custom built computer that makes it truly awesome. 

 

That being said, this is just an opinion and i would not get to down that one person on the internet gives your rig a 7 out of 10 score. 


Case: Corsair C70 GunMetalBlack, CPU: Intel 3570k, Mobo: Asus p8z77-v lx, CPU Cooler: BeQuiet! Dark Rock Pro 2, RAM: 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz lp, Video Card: Asus HD7950 DC2 Top V2, SSD: Samsung 840 pro, HDD: one Seagate 2TB Barracuda, PSU: BeQuiet! Dark Power pro 10 650w, Monitor: Dell UltraSharp u2412m, Keyboard: CoolerMaster QuickFire tk (Brown Switches), Mouse: Steelseries Sensei raw, Sennheiser HD 558

 

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3/10( no offence, but its pretty crap)

CPU: i5 3470@4.0 GHz

Case: Prodigy

GPU: sapphire 7950 1160/1375

PSU: antec neo eco 620Watt

RAM: corsair 2x2GB

Mobo: Gigabyte mini ITX Z77N wifi

SSD: samsang 830 128GB

HDD: 3X WD Green 2TB + 1 WD blue 1TB + 1WD green 1TB + 2TB seagate ( 1x 1TB WD green and 2TB WD Green and 2TB seagate

in external hotswap)

I know it's crap and I was kinda indicating that (haha). Can't wait till I can upgrade. BTW, how're you finding the Prodigy. I have actually been thinking about going with a mini ITX form factor and looovve the Prodigy.

Just out of interest though, how would you rate the one I'm gunna build that's in my sig below?


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Wow love this system, the onley thing i dislike is the sli 660ti, i'm against crossfire or sli.

8.5/10

edit: Are you running 3 monitors or high resolution monitor? because of the 3gb 660ti's

 

 

9/10 Awesome all around system! I wouldn't have gone with the SLI 660ti, but it sure isn't a bad choice.

 

I'm running on SLI since back then I needed a new PC really quick (old one died) and was still saving money for a gtx 680. SInce I had a big LAN-Party the other weekend I bought a 660ti (which was in budget) and went for a second when I had the money. I would have prefered the 680 version too, but at that time the 660ti SLI was the "better" choice.

 

To the VGAs: I'm currently running 4 1920x1080 monitors (3 in surround + 1 auxiliary) so I needed every MB of VRAM I could get :D


  • Primary PC: i7-3770K@4,6GHz | Thermalright Macho | ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 | 16 GB Corsair Vengeance@1866MHz | 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB@1130MHz | 256 GB Samsung 840 | WD Black 1TB | BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 650W | Zalman Z11
  • Secondary PC: i7-860@3,1GHz | Scythe Katana 3 | ASUS Maximus III Formula P55 | 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz | 2x Zotac GTX 280@650MHz | WD Velociraptor 500GB | Seagate Barracuda 2TB | BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 750W | Coolermaster Cosmos S

 

 

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I bought it before SSD's were actually affordable... This is about a year old. Also, this is my first build, so I didn't do any overclocking. I'm planning on getting an H100i and overclocking it to like 4.2GHz.

 

You could get an SSD now and upgrade your system :). And you don't need a watercooler to overclock your system. I'm fine with my Thermalright Macho (whitch is btw a beast for its price) and it's about 60€ cheaper (idk the price delta in dollars)


  • Primary PC: i7-3770K@4,6GHz | Thermalright Macho | ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 | 16 GB Corsair Vengeance@1866MHz | 2x Gigabyte 660ti 3GB@1130MHz | 256 GB Samsung 840 | WD Black 1TB | BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 650W | Zalman Z11
  • Secondary PC: i7-860@3,1GHz | Scythe Katana 3 | ASUS Maximus III Formula P55 | 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz | 2x Zotac GTX 280@650MHz | WD Velociraptor 500GB | Seagate Barracuda 2TB | BeQuiet! DarkPower Pro 750W | Coolermaster Cosmos S

 

 

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You could get an SSD now and upgrade your system :). And you don't need a watercooler to overclock your system. I'm fine with my Thermalright Macho (whitch is btw a beast for its price) and it's about 60€ cheaper (idk the price delta in dollars)

Lol I'm running the stock cooler still :(


| i5-4670k @ 4.2Ghz | Corsair H100i | Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H | Corsair Vengeance Pro 8GB | ASUS Geforce GTX 770 |


| Samsung 840 Pro 128GB | WD Black 1TB | Corsair AX760 | Fractal Design Define R4 Black w/ Window | Corsair AF140 x2 |


| Windows 8.1 | ASUS 23" 1080p monitor | CM Storm Quickfire Stealth- MX Blue | Logitech G9x | Logitech G930 |

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my pc specs:

 

case: coolermaster centurion 532

mobo asus p5b

cpu intel pentium d 945 (blown a bit up after oc, running stock at 3,40 ghz)

cooler: zalman cpns 9000

ram: 2 gb corsair xms 2 667 mhz

gpu asus geforce 7600gs 512 mb ( my 4830 is rotting in its box)

hdd 2x wdc 2500ks (bootdrive windows 7 and ubuntu) 1 samsung hdd (storage) 1x wdc w800bb (bootdrive windows 2000)

psu: coolermaster 430 watt

 

new rig is waiting, im getting some money over a little time (this one is shit)

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