1. crackberrytraitor's Avatar
    AMD FX 8 core 8150 clocked at 8.1Ghz
    3 Tb 7200rpm HD
    200gb solid state HD
    24gb RAM
    1200w PSU
    2 Radeon 7970 GPUs
    Windows 8/Gentoo

    Curious to see what you folks are running.

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    10-12-2012 07:26 PM
  2. gollum18's Avatar
    Sweet Jesus I know you saved some money by going with amd over Intel/nvidia but wow those are some ridiculous specs... I'm not even going to list mine since it could be considered a legacy device.

    I'll let you know that I only have 512mb of ram though laugh all you want, its an extreme budget PC.

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    10-28-2012 03:18 AM
  3. Bears's Avatar
    AMD FX 8 core 8150 clocked at 8.1Ghz
    3 Tb 7200rpm HD
    200gb solid state HD
    24gb RAM
    1200w PSU
    3 Radeon 7970 GPUs
    Windows 8/Gentoo

    Curious to see what you folks are running.

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    Dat is cray.

    Asrock P67 Extreme 4
    Intel i5-2500k
    16GB RAM
    Crossfired Radeon 6950s
    64GB Crucial M4 SSD (Boot Drive)
    2TB 7200RPM HD
    Windows 7 soon to be 8
    Corsair 850w PSU

    I haven't needed to overclock anything as it does very well with whatever I throw at it, whether it's gaming or Photo Editing. I've got plenty of room to tweak it in the future.
    10-28-2012 03:29 AM
  4. crackberrytraitor's Avatar
    Sweet Jesus I know you saved some money by going with amd over Intel/nvidia but wow those are some ridiculous specs... I'm not even going to list mine since it could be considered a legacy device.

    I'll let you know that I only have 512mb of ram though laugh all you want, its an extreme budget PC.

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    I didn't buy Radeon 7970s over Nvidia to save money, I bought them because they're the best cards on the market. Nvidia is over hyped. You're right, I should switch to Intel, but I'm a diehard AMD loyalist and they honestly perform unbelievably well when massively overclocked.

    Dat is cray.

    Asrock P67 Extreme 4
    Intel i5-2500k
    16GB RAM
    Crossfired Radeon 6950s
    64GB Crucial M4 SSD (Boot Drive)
    2TB 7200RPM HD
    Windows 7 soon to be 8
    Corsair 850w PSU

    I haven't needed to overclock anything as it does very well with whatever I throw at it, whether it's gaming or Photo Editing. I've got plenty of room to tweak it in the future.
    Pretty darn good setup mate. Those 6950s will probably keep you good for years to come. I used to have pair of them (didn't wait for the 6990) and they're great.



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    10-28-2012 06:11 PM
  5. gollum18's Avatar
    Really I probably would go with amd over nvidia. Nvidia is just way to expensive for the normal user to be able to afford their cards. However I am thinking of getting an and board as well probably the sabretooth.

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    10-31-2012 06:08 PM
  6. crackberrytraitor's Avatar
    Really I probably would go with amd over nvidia. Nvidia is just way to expensive for the normal user to be able to afford their cards. However I am thinking of getting an and board as well probably the sabretooth.

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    They're not so much expensive, rather they're just plain technologically inferior. Only plebs buy Nvidia.

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    11-01-2012 01:37 AM
  7. TomServo100's Avatar
    My gaming rig sports the following specs

    Intel i-2500
    Asrock Z68 extreme3 Gen 3
    8 GB RAM
    Samsung 830 128GB sad (os, some apps)
    Intel 320 ssd 120GB (games)
    Radeon 7950


    For controllers, I use a Wolfking Warrior gaming pad which is a small keyboard like device. I also have a couple Stealthswitch foot pedals that can be programmed.


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    11-20-2012 06:48 PM
  8. crackberrytraitor's Avatar
    My gaming rig sports the following specs

    Intel i-2500
    Asrock Z68 extreme3 Gen 3
    8 GB RAM
    Samsung 830 128GB sad (os, some apps)
    Intel 320 ssd 120GB (games)
    Radeon 7950


    For controllers, I use a Wolfking Warrior gaming pad which is a small keyboard like device. I also have a couple Stealthswitch foot pedals that can be programmed.


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    The 7950 is a solid card. What are you playing?

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    11-26-2012 04:06 AM
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