What are your Specs?

Discussion in 'Hardware Discussions' started by Rockhem, Dec 12, 2014.

  1. Rockhem

    Rockhem New Member Registered

    My specs are as follows -
    CPU - i5-3330
    GPU - MSI r7850 Twin Frozr
    HDD - 1 TB 5400 RPM
    Ram - 8GB ddr3 1333mhz
    PSU - Corsair CX500M

    It is a fairly decent gaming PC, but is starting to fall behind in new games, so I am planning to upgrade to something with an r9 280x or the equivalent in AMD's next generation.

    So, what are your Specs?
     
  2. cyberpinoy

    cyberpinoy Member Registered

    AMD A10 Processor
    2 AMD Radeon R9 280X Vid cards
    4 4gig AMD Radeon R9 Sticks of ram
    Corsair AX1200i
     
  3. Squigly

    Squigly Undead Gamer Registered

    i7-4700HQ CPU @ 2.40 GHz
    16 GB RAM
    GeForce GTX 850M
     
  4. Foggggy

    Foggggy New Member Registered

    i5-4440 CPU @ 3.10 GHz
    8 GB RAM
    AMD Radeon R9 290

    Really content with it, haven't had any problems with it yet. AMD drivers are great and they even include a really good video capturing program.
     
  5. nonsiccus

    nonsiccus Member Registered

    i5-2500k
    16 GB RAM
    660 Ti

    It's getting pretty aged and I'm looking to upgrade soon, but I'm not sure if I want to hold out until Q4 of 2015 to take advantage of some sales. This is mostly so that I can run Star Citizen maxed out, so I may very well wait until there's a confirmed release date, or at least a date known for the persistent universe beta.
     
  6. Mika

    Mika Member Registered

    Processor: AMD FX 8120 Eight Core 3.1GHZ
    Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6800
    HDD: 1TB
    RAM: 16GB

    Poor thing hasn't had an upgrade in 3 years though. I think I might get her a new graphics card and maybe a SSD next year. I can't complain though, she's been running strong for the last 3 years. A few games are starting to get slight lag. :oops:
     
  7. Catalyst64

    Catalyst64 Member Registered

    Intel Core i7-2640M 2.80GHz
    8GB RAM
    500GB HDD
    Intel HD Graphics 3000 (Shitty.)
     
  8. bugdug

    bugdug New Member Registered

    i7 4770k
    8gb RAM
    250gb SSD
    GTX 760

    It's doing pretty well for now, only problems are starting to occur in Dying Light, if I was to turn on all the shadows.
     
  9. TommyVercetti

    TommyVercetti Member Registered

    i5 3450
    8gb dual channel RAM
    128gb intel SSD, 2x500gb HDD, 7200rpm
    Radeon HD 5770 --- my only weakness :(
    asrock z77 extrreme 4 MOBO

    I'm hoping to get a new GPU this year. I'm still torn on whether to pay for a single cutting edge expensive one, or two legacy, less expensive ones to SLI or crossfire. Thoughts?
     
  10. waterm94

    waterm94 New Member Registered

    Built this a year ago

    MSI z97 mobo
    i5-4670K
    Asus GTX 770
    12GB RAM
    280GB SSD
    1TB HDD

    If you're stuck between buying 2 GPU's for SLI or 1 significantly better GPU, I would just get the one. In my opinion, it's only worth running 2 GPU's if you already own one of them and it's a much cheaper upgrade.
     
  11. FreddyMac

    FreddyMac quackquackquack Registered

    MSI Z77-G43
    i5 3550 @3.30ghz
    HD 7770
    8gb RAM

    The GPU is holding be back a bit, Witcher 3 plays around medium at x720. So my system is aging a bit.
     
  12. Axel

    Axel Member Registered

    Intel Core i5 4460
    Nvidia GTX 970
    1TB SSHD, thinking of adding a 512GB SSD sometime soon and move my OS there along with all my programs and a few games. I'm just not entirely happy with that hybrid drive, I need more speed.
    1080p monitor, cba to check the brand and model lol.
    8 GB RAM.

    I actually built this like 6 months ago so it's not old. I'm very happy with it as of now. No problems with any games whatsoever. I don't even need the 3.5GB of the 970, 2GB has proven enough most of the time, except maybe in GTA 5 where I needed 3 GB to maximize settings.
     
  13. Mandhlenkhosi

    Mandhlenkhosi New Member Registered

    FX-8350
    HD 7790
    8GB RAM
    128GB SSD
    3TB HDD

    I previously had an R9 290 in my rig, but I needed money badly so I had to sell it. My old 7790 is surviving, but it's a shame to not have as much power. It can keep me going until next year, however, which is when I'm going to look at the new cards.
     

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