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Tore, get a new PC from the future already..... :rolleyes:

 

I feel no need to have a better PC than the one mentioned as my main one on page 2 yet. It runs pretty much everything on Ultra/high at 2560 x 1440 at 60 FPS or higher while I do other stuff in the background.

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I have an AMD A-10, everybody laugh B)

 

8gb of RAM tho, and CnC3 runs on high detail. Okay it's ~10 years old but it uses heaps of lighting effects.

kek. AMD that's not Zen. Hilarious.

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Updated my PCs for 2018.

Primary PC:
Case/PSU: Antec Silent midtower case with power @ 500W
Motherboard: Asus P5Q SE
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 @ 2.33 gHz (can be overclocked to 3.2 ghz)
CPU Cooler: custom stock (original Intel stock had a broken screw)
RAM: 4GB Kingston HyperX DDR2 (PC2-8300)
Video: PNY Geforce GTX 550 Ti @ 1GB GDDR5
HDD1: Western Digital Caviar Blue 320GB SATAII (for WinXP and Win7 32-bit)
HDD2: Western Digital Caviar Blue OEM 320GB SATAII (for Win7 64-bit)
HDD3: Western Digital Caviar Green 1TB SATAII (for Win10 32/64-bit) -- may consider dumping Win10 32-bit for Win7 64-bit)
Optical drive: LG 24x CD/DVD writer
Sound: Realtek 8-ch HD Audio (onboard for WinXP), Sound Blaster Z (for Win7/10)
Display: HP 25" widescreen LED HD monitor (plugged in with HDMI)
Speakers: Logitech 2-ch speakers with enhanced bass, M-2000 2.1-ch. sub-woofer speakers (temporary)
Input: HP USB keyboard, Logitech white optical mouse
OS on the 320GB HD: Windows 7 and Windows XP Pro (two partitions)
OS on the 2nd 320 GB HD: Windows 7 64-bit (one partition)
OS on the 1TB HD: Windows 10 64-bit and 32-bit (two partitions)

Secondary PC:
Case/Motherboard/PSU: Lenovo 3000 N series with a minitower case with power @ 280W
CPU & Cooler: Intel Pentium Dual Core E2220 @ 2.4 ghz (64-bit compatible)
RAM: 3GB DDR2 (PC2-6400 @ 800 mhz)
Video: MSI Aero ITX GeForce GT 1030 with 2GB GDDR5 VRAM (a fast low-end video card using only 30w of power)
HDD1: Western Digital Caviar 500GB (the faster one)
HDD2: Hitachi serial 320GB (the slower one)
Optical drive: LG 10x Blu-ray writer (with 3D playback)
Sound: Realtek HD Audio (onboard), Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium (separate)
Display: HP 23" widescreen LED IPS monitor (plugged in with HDMI)
Speakers: Creative 2.1-ch sub-woofer speakers
Input: Lenovo keyboard and mouse
OS: Windows 7 32-bit and Windows 7 64-bit (two partitions on the 500 GB HD), Windows 10 32-bit (on the 320 GB HD) -- may consider upgrading to WIn10 64-bit on that drive later on

Tertiary PCs 1 and 2 as well as my tablet PC remain the same.

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I'm hoping to build a mostly new rig this year. But that's only if my tax return is big enough. Intel Core i7 8700 series, here I come. :P

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eh purple, why do you have a ton of pcs but all of them have crap hardware?

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6 hours ago, Lauren said:

eh purple, why do you have a ton of pcs but all of them have crap hardware?

Because two of my older PCs are slow and are seldomly used, and the ones I have right now are frequently used, including a tablet. I am mostly sticking on a low budget. A new PC for me will take another several years because.... RAM/video cards/solid state drives are expensive now, octa-core CPUs from Intel aren't yet cheap enough and a based clocked 5-ghz CPU from Intel isn't there yet. While AMD Ryzen chips are relatively cheaper than Intel, their overall speed performance are no match for Intel, no matter how many cores you put in.

Pretty much the crappy hardware I am stuck for now are the slow CPUs with no hardware virtualization and the low RAM.

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$600 will get you a decent machine with current hardware. I don't think you know what you're doing...

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