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Presently:

 

AMD 7750

Athlon 64 2 core 2.3~ GHz

250GB 7xxxRPM internal drive

3TB external

Modded HP Case (Extra Fans)

630w Rosewill Green

4GB DDR2 Ram

 

Monitors:

HP w1707 17in 1440x900

Dell E173FP 1280x1024

 

Yeah it's fucking amazing i know B)

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AMD Phenom II x4 965 @ 3.4 Ghz (Will swap eventually :( )

GTX GeForce 660 2GB

Western Digital Scorpio Blue 320GB 7200 (Secondary)

Corsair Force 3 SSD 80GB (Primary)

Corsair Vengence 8 GB DDR3

CoolMax 600W Non-modular (Poop)

 

HP W2072a (1600x900)

 

Gets the job done.

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For a good week or two, I am going to be running the following:

 

i7-3770k

32GB DDR3@2000MHz 10-11-11-34 (2x8gb Corsair Vengeance Pro, which run at better timings than the 2x8gb G.skill Ripjaws X which run at slightly higher clocks.  Had to balance them out)

GeForce GTX 760 2GB

ASUS Maximus V Formula

Intel 520 120GB SSD

Corsair GS800

 

Sometime next month, probably late in said month, I'll be getting the R9-290X.  And hopefully a goddamn CPU cooler.

 

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fuck you, windows experience index.  I'll just modify it to be 7.9, since it's fricken impossible to get legitimately, I might as well fake it for OCD's sake.

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Looking to sell the 760?

It isn't mine.  My friend just built his first rig (well, he bought the parts and I built it) but got a bad mobo and had to RMA it.  I'm borrowing his 760 and memory until he gets it back.


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LAPTOP (updated specs):

 

2.9GHz i7 Processor of some sort

Integrated Graphics (I don't game anymore so I'm OK)

16GB 1600MHz DDR3 memory of some sort

1TB Samsung SSD

Mac OS X 10.9

Linux Mint

Windows 8

 

I use all 3 operating systems.

BISH, DON'T KILL MY VIBE


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LAPTOP (updated specs):

 

2.9GHz i7 Processor of some sort

Integrated Graphics (I don't game anymore so I'm OK)

16GB 1600MHz DDR3 memory of some sort

1TB Samsung SSD

Mac OS X 10.9

Linux Mint

Windows 8

 

I use all 3 operating systems.

BISH, DON'T KILL MY VIBE

Mac OS X has been officially renamed to OS X, since 10.7. Not sure why...

Speaking of that, I wonder how you handle all three OS's. Do you use one mainly, then switch to one of the others when you need them for something else?

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Yes, I use OS X mainly, but I use rEFIt to boot Linux Mint for all my naughty reasons, and then Windows for that like one application I need to use. 

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Forgot to make an update. I upgraded my motherboard and my processor

Processor: AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core

Motherboard: Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3

Memory: Kingston HyperX 2x4GB DDR3 1600MHz

Graphics Card: Sapphire AMD R9 280X

Power Supply: 850W (The cheap kind that doesn't even have branding on it.)

Hard Drive: Hitachi 1TB 7200RPM

Case: HAF XB (aka 'The Cube')

Operating System: Windows 8.1 Professional 64-bit

Monitor: ASUS 23'' VH326H 2ms response 1920x1080 + Vizio 37'' E371VL 8ms response time 1920x1080

Keyboard: Logitech G110

Mouse: Logitech G500


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