Well that looks hot.
Are you all ready to cry painfully?...
OS: Windows XP Professional 32-bit
Motherboard: Intel i865P Motherboard
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 at 3.0ghZ
Memory: 2gb DDR 400 (?)
Hard Drive: 150gb SAMSUNG SP1604N
Video Card: NVIDIA Geforce 7600 GT 512mb
Sound Card: Built-In (Headphones)
Headphones: Gamecom 777
Monitor: Some crappy Japanese model TV Screen called YES
Mouse: Razer Naga
Keyboard: Some crappy old school COMPAQ keyboard
FEEL FOR ME GUYS... Feel for meeeee...
Intel i7 5820K (4.5 GHz) | MSI X99A MPower | 32GB Kingston HyperX Fury 2666MHz | Gigabyte Windforcex3 HD 7950 | Samsung 951PRO nVME 512GB | Crucial M550 256GB | Crucial MX200 1TB | Western Digital Caviar Black 2000GB | Samson SR 850 | Zalman ZM-Mic1 | Noctua NH-D15 | Fractal Define R5 | Seasonic X850
Former author of the TankSpot.com Protection Paladin guide
The M4 is new so it came with latest firmware.Originally Posted by DeltrusDisc
Alright, I'm not gonna post pics but I did upgrades on me and the fiancées PCs this week. New stats are as follows:
CPU: i5-3570k OC @ 4.3 (so far)
GPU: Asus 580 GTX DirectCUII OC @ 900/2150
RAM: 8 GB Patriot Gamer 2 1600
Mobo: Asus P8Z68-V PRO
SSD: Crucial M4 128gb
HDD: WD Caviar Black SATA III 1 TB (32 MB cache)
Accessories etc. listed in my prev post
CPU: i5-2500k OC @ 4.1 (so far)
GPU: Asus 560ti 448 Core DirectCUII (no OC yet)
RAM: 8 GB Kingston Hyper X Blue 1600
Mobo: Gigabyte Z68X-UD3H-B3
SSD: Crucial M4 128gb
HDD: WD Caviar Black SATA III 500 GB (32 MB cache)
Minor upgrade for me, but huge for her. Kicked up her benchmarks by ~45%...surprising amount of bottleneck from her old CPU (e8500 OC @ 3.8)
Corsair 500r - firstname.lastname@example.org - H100i - 580 DirectCUII - Crucial M4Lenovo y580 - i7-3630QM - 660M - Crucial M4 mSATA
My 2 year old setup still doing what it is supposed to do, but due for several upgrades within the next 6 months:
ASRock P55 Deluxe 3
Gefore 460 GTX SLI
Samsung F1 Spinpoint 1TB
and some 850W power supply.
My trusty Iiyama ProLite B2409HDS
Gioteck EX05 Wireless
I'm looking for a GPU and CPU upgrade. No idea how good my mobo will handle future upgrades. No idea if more than 4gig ram is necessary, but I might swap them out for 2*4 sticks. An SSD is on the list too, since my case has one of those SSD docks on top.
This was my first custom PC. Before I always bought those store-configured desktops. It's a bit peculiar really, since I know absolutely nothing about my PC (even though I have opened my case several times and fixed some mechanical issues, it doesn't look that complicated really. Only the intense wiring the techies from the webshop have done for me looks like it's quite a feat) I'm a bit 'scared' of upgrading.
Perhaps I'll just buy my upgrade parts from the webshop again and have them re-assemble it for a small fee. Or I might just do it myself with plenty of internet manuals
But it still runs BF3 maxed out, with shadows disabled (so not really maxed out ), so it'll be capable of running GW2, Black Ops 2 and the new Fifa/NBA games too.
It's also my first PC that allows me to run basically all recent games. And that at the age of 24. Bit sad
Last edited by Myz; 2012-07-26 at 04:30 PM.
So you don't have to click on the link that I posted earlier. :P
Yes, I love Logitech.
You can't see the case but it has a Cooler Master elite 330 case (though without the sidewindow, just a panel)
i5 2500 (not K, not K, just the locked version)
Cooler Master Hyper 212+ for that processor
GTX 460 1GB
8 GB G.Skill Ripjaws ram
Corsair 500CX PSU
AsRock DE/S3 mobo
Western Digital 500GB HDD
And a optical drive of course.
* User was infracted for oversized image
Last edited by tetrisGOAT; 2012-07-26 at 05:05 PM.
If it's doing what it's supposed to, why upgrade? And in case you nevertheless decided to upgrade, you'd be stuck with "dead" socket meaning that board doesn't support the newest CPU's anymore. You'd have to buy motherboard, CPU and new RAM and GPU if you so desired. That'd be more like complete overhaul instead of upgrade so I just wouldn't do that yet. Wait for couple of years when it starts to struggle to keep up and then buy the newest (which will be far superior compared to what you could buy now which'd be minorly better than what you have now). That's what I'd do anyway.My 2 year old setup still doing what it is supposed to do, but due for several upgrades within the next 6 months.
Oh and if you're looking for a nicely priced, great performing and solid quality SSD, check out the Samsung 830. As far as installing it yourself it's a piece of cake. Screw in, plug the 2 wires and go. Installing a GPU would be similar (infact, so would pretty much anything inside your PC).
i7 6700k @ 4.6GHz | EVGA ACX SC+ 980ti | EVGA Classified K | 16GB G.Skill Ripjaw V @ 3200MHz | Crucial MX100 512GB(OS) Samsung 840 500GB(Games) | Seasonic 860W Platinum | Corsair 750D | Acer x34 Predator | Dell P2715q
I got my HDD working today when i finished up my cable management. I have more plans of making all my cables blue and a lot of modding work but it will have to wait until i get some more money again. Anyway for now here is the results!
Terrible cable management back behind:
Inside the case:
Outside the case:
Please don't make fun of the awful panel in my room :P
I tried to take a picture in the dark with no camera flash and it was terrible. The blue lighting off the fans is really nice and makes the inside of the case look just as nice as well.
Last edited by Usako; 2012-07-27 at 07:00 AM.
Jelous of those rigs
Got a new pc:
Intel i7 3770K + Mugen 2 rev b
Corsair 8gb Vengeance 1600 mhz
Asus 670 gtx dcii
samsung 500gb x2 raid 0
lg bluray player
Logitech mx performance and g110
Denon avr 1611
Jamo s60 cen
Jamo s602 rear
DT 770 pro headset
Picture of the pc will be shortly going to do cable management on monday and get some good pictures with my dslr
Also cant post any links >.<
Last edited by Konijntjes; 2012-07-27 at 08:08 AM.