What are your Specs?

Rockhem

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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?
 

Foggggy

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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.
 

nonsiccus

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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.
 

Mika

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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:
 

bugdug

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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.
 

TommyVercetti

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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?
 

waterm94

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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.
 

FreddyMac

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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.
 

Axel

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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.
 

Mandhlenkhosi

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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.