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SGCMarkus

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My System:

CPU: i7 5820K @ 4.2GHz (Uncore @ 4GHz)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15
RAM: 4 x 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz
Motherboard: Asus X99-A/USB3.1
GPU1: EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0
GPU2: KFA2 Geforce GTX 1070 EX
PSU: Corsair RM550x (yes, its enough xD)
SSD1: Samsung 850 Pro 256GB
SSD2: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB
SSD3: Samsumg 830 64GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 3TB

Running Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS in dualboot :)
The case is selfmade :D
 

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MaartenXDA

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I'm rocking a laptop by ASUS, the ROG GL702VM (Kaby lake)
Specs:
Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB (laptop)
i7 7700HQ
16 GB DDR4 RAM
256 SSD and 1TB HDD

Does the job very well, I can even play the games I play at 144Hz.
 

eragon5779

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LG G8
Desktop:

CPU: i7 6700K @ 4.5GHz
CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i V2
RAM: Corsair Vengence LPX 4 x 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz (Red)
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 5
GPU: GeForce GTX 1080 FE w/ Corsair H75 cooler (NZXT bracket mod)
Case: Thermaltake View V31 TG
PSU: XFX 1050W PSU
SSD1: Samsung 950 Pro 256GB (Windows 10 Edu)
SSD2: HP OEM 128GB (macOS install for iOS development)
HDD1: Seagate Barracuda 2TB (data drive)
HDD2: WD Black 2.5mm 500GB (Kubuntu 17.10)
NIC: Mellanox ConnectX-2 10Gb SFP+

Server (used for storage/development):

CPU: Dual E5-2670
CPU Cooler: 2x Dynatron R17
RAM: 8x8GB Hynix DDR3-1333 RDIMM
Motherboard: SuperMicro X9DR3-LN4F+
GPU: AMD HD5670
Case: SuperMicro SC846E1-R900B
PSU: Dual 900W SuperMicro power supplies
SSD: Samsung 830 Evo 128GB (Ubuntu Server 17.10)
HDD1-4: Toshiba DT01ACA300 3TB HDD (ZFS raidz1)
NIC: Chelsio 10Gb Dual SFP+

I do a lot of gaming and development on my desktop, and I use my server for core-heavy tasks and for most things Linux.
 
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CertifiedBlyndGuy

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My System:

CPU: i7 5820K @ 4.2GHz (Uncore @ 4GHz)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15
RAM: 4 x 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz
Motherboard: Asus X99-A/USB3.1
GPU1: EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0
GPU2: KFA2 Geforce GTX 1070 EX
PSU: Corsair RM550x (yes, its enough xD)
SSD1: Samsung 850 Pro 256GB
SSD2: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB
SSD3: Samsumg 830 64GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 3TB

Running Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS in dualboot :)
The case is selfmade :D

That system is solid! I was originally going to make my own case, but I needed the system moved quickly so I just went with the R5. Nice job on yours though!
 

BIGWORM

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Does yours seem quiet? I need to get a longer USB cable and a boom for it but that's one of my biggest reasons for not using it when I stream at the moment.


I just make sure my switch is on setting one. Switch 2 is front facing only with a - 10db gain, and I think switch 3 is omnidirectional
 
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dimaka1256

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sandy bridge man here!
i5-2500 (non-k, bought as a replacement for 2600k, now I suffer a bit but I needed money) 3.7-4.1ghz
asus p8p67m microatx board, but with two graphics slots
currently 24gb of ddr3-1600 (2x8+2x4)
kingston uv400 240g ssd
2x wd blue 500g 7200rpm raided (have a home nas to store stuff)
asus rx460 2gb reflashed to rx560 + 3x22" monitors
noname 8400gs just to handle tv and litle 11" screen from broken netbook (yeah, do love monitors:D)
zalman t4 cheap case and random 500w psu
zalman cnps10x optima cpu cooler
sw: ubuntu 16.04lts + win10
 
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iXaidyiu

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Sony Xperia Z2
sandy bridge man here!
i5-2500 (non-k, bought as a replacement for 2600k, now I suffer a bit but I needed money) 3.7-4.1ghz
asus p8p67m microatx board, but with two graphics slots
currently 24gb of ddr3-1600 (2x8+2x4)
kingston uv400 240g ssd
2x wd blue 500g 7200rpm raided (have a home nas to store stuff)
asus rx460 2gb reflashed to rx560 + 3x22" monitors
noname 8400gs just to handle tv and litle 11" screen from broken netbook (yeah, do love monitors:D)
zalman t4 cheap case and random 500w psu
zalman cnps10x optima cpu cooler
sw: ubuntu 16.04lts + win10
Used to have a Sandy Bridge i5-2400 but the process is too thick and it melt my house in summer.

Switched to this rig just the past August:

MSI B350M GAMING PRO MB
R5-1600 (6C 12T, base clock 3.2GHz, overclocked to 3.7GHz) /w stock cooler
2x8GB 2400MHz Kingston DDR4 RAM
MSI nVidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB GDDR5 GAMING X
Sandisk 240GB SATA SSD
Toshiba 6TB 7200rpm SATA HDD
SilverStone 500W PSU
MAXXON mATX Case

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NamelessFragger

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Well, this is gonna take me a while to go over.

Basic specs:
Mobo: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VI HERO
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K (4.6 GHz)
RAM: 32 GB (4x8 GB) DDR3-2400 (back when you could get that much for just $150, what the heck happened to DRAM prices these past few years?)
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 (reference model with blower HSF and stock clocks)
Sound: Creative SB X-Fi Titanium HD / Sennheiser GSX 1000 (I switch depending on which headphone virtual surround I want at the time)
Video input/capture: Startech PEXHDCAP (Micomsoft SC-500N1)
USB: FL1100EX-based host controller card (hey, those Oculus Rift sensors sure love their USB 3.0 ports!)
SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB
HDD: 4 TB (dual 2 TB 7,200 RPM RAID 0) Seagate array to hold my HDDs, 1 TB Samsung HD103SJ as an alternate OS boot volume, another 2 TB 5,400 RPM Seagate drive for misc. data storage
PSU: EVGA G2 1300W (yes, I am fully aware of how overkill this is for my current setup, but I wanted to be sure I had power to spare for a HEDT build around i9 or Threadripper later on)
UPS: APC Back-UPS 750 (found it practically unused for $12 at a Goodwill with a working lead-acid cell, would you believe that?)
Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D

The CPU cooling system pretty much needs its own little list, as it's a custom water-cooling loop. Used to cover the GPU, too, at least until my GTX 480 died and the replacement 760 and 980 didn't really need to get blocked.
-Laing D5 pump/dual 5.25" bay XSPC top/reservoir
-Hardware Labs Black Ice GTX 360 radiator + 3x Scythe S-Flex SFF21F 120mm fans (maybe not the best choice static pressure-wise for a dense, thick rad like that, but I already had 'em)
-XSPC Raystorm full-copper CPU block
-distilled water and biocide (no need to get fancy there!)

Peripherals:
-Eizo FG2421 120 Hz VA LCD (a substitute for my dearly departed Sony GDM-FW900)
-Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid (secondary touch/pen monitor, and also an Android tablet in dire need of an update past 4.2.1 Jelly Bean if any of you can help me figure that out)
-Kinesis Freestyle Edge (Cherry MX Blue switches, split design that won me over from my trusty IBM Model Ms)
-Swiftpoint Z mouse
-cheap computer speakers not worth mentioning
-Sennheiser PC360 and GAME ONE headsets (I'm at a bit of a tossup as to which I like better at this point)
-Oculus Rift CV1 + Touch controllers + quad-sensor room-scale setup
-Xbox One gamepad + wireless receiver (Rift pack-in, of course)
-Thrustmaster HOTAS Cougar + RealSimulator FSSB R2 stick mod + Simped VARIO pedals + Thrustmaster MFD Cougar button frames
-Thrustmaster T300RS wheel and basic two-pedal set (aiming for better pedals and the TH8A shifter add-on later)

The core components certainly aren't the newest, but they work adequately for now. I'm mainly waiting on the Volta equivalent to the GTX 1080 Ti at the moment, and beyond that, hoping to move into i9 or Threadripper, whichever strikes the balance of high single-threaded performance with plenty of extra cores to spare, and even more importantly, PCIe lanes to spare once I start dabbling in things like NVMe SSDs, quad-channel USB 3.0 host controller cards and video capture/framegrabber cards that need PCIe x4 slots. Mainstream i5/i7 and Ryzen aren't cutting it in the PCIe department right now.
 

eurodiesel

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please dont laugh at me

CPU: intel Pentium 4 HT 3GHz Northwood (used to have a Prescott but unfortunately i fried it:crying: )

RAM: 1*2 gb DDR400 ram

GPU: nvidia geforce fx 5500 256 mb RAM

mobo: asrock p4m800 with VIA chipset

PSU: a generic 300 watt

HDD: 3*80 gb ide hdd + 250 gb Seagate sata hdd

a case that i found at a local scrapyard, cleaned it and using for good

most of these parts are a decade old and if tuned correctly they work as good as hell
using it to store backups, stock roms and custom roms of my devices, and for flashing firmware. thanks.


Sent from my Lenovo Vibe K5 using XDA Labs
 
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please dont laugh at me

CPU: intel Pentium 4 HT 3GHz Northwood (used to have a Prescott but unfortunately i fried it:crying: )

RAM: 1*2 gb DDR400 ram

GPU: nvidia geforce fx 5500 256 mb RAM

mobo: asrock p4m800 with VIA chipset

PSU: a generic 300 watt

HDD: 3*80 gb ide hdd + 250 gb Seagate sata hdd

a case that i found at a local scrapyard, cleaned it and using for good

most of these parts are a decade old and if tuned correctly they work as good as hell
using it to store backups, stock roms and custom roms of my devices, and for flashing firmware. thanks.


Sent from my Lenovo Vibe K5 using XDA Labs

How do you survive with only 2gb of ram?
 

eurodiesel

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How do you survive with only 2gb of ram?
easily. this pc is for android stuff, except for compiling, which would take ages on P4. for internet and games i have another laptop:)
(amd a6-5200 + radeon8400 + 4gb ram)
i only store ROMs, linux isos, windows isos, and so on. and to flash phones and tablets with qfil and fastboot. and be sure not to have background apps running.
this way i hover under 500 mb idle and rarely past over 1700mb ram. with debian live, i get 170-200 mb idle. like in old days, cool isnt it?
i allready bought an core i5 mobo to replace but having trouble with ram:(

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garwynn

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easily. this pc is for android stuff, except for compiling, which would take ages on P4. for internet and games i have another laptop:)
(amd a6-5200 + radeon8400 + 4gb ram)
i only store ROMs, linux isos, windows isos, and so on. and to flash phones and tablets with qfil and fastboot. and be sure not to have background apps running.
this way i hover under 500 mb idle and rarely past over 1700mb ram. with debian live, i get 170-200 mb idle. like in old days, cool isnt it?
i allready bought an core i5 mobo to replace but having trouble with ram:(

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Until I started doing a lot more kernel building I was living off a Core 2 Quad Q9550 with 4GB RAM.
Reasons why are exactly what you mentioned - my use case didn't justify all that horsepower.
Also was gaming on a console back then.
 

rootdefyxt320

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PC 1(Main Own Build):

Intel Core i7 6700K @ 4.6 GHz
16GB DDR4-2400MHz RAM
Gigabyte GA-Z270X-Gaming 5 Motherboard
Gigabyte RX 470 4GB G1 Gaming flashed with Gigabyte RX 580 4GB Gaming modded BIOS @ 1360MHz/2000MHz
Seagate 2TB 7200RPM SSHD
Enermax Revolution 87+ 850W PSU
Cooler Master K350 Case
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit SP1

PC 2 (Backup Own Build):

Intel Xeon X3450 @ 3.8GHz
8GB DDR3-1600MHz RAM
Gigabyte GA-P55-USB3 Rev 2.0 Motherboard
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 750 Ti @1437.5MHz/1603MHz
Seagate 500GB 7200RPM HDD
Antec HCG-620M PSU
Huntkey PC Case
Windows 10 Pro Creators Update

PC3 (Given by a friend):

Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.2GHz
7GB DDR2-800MHz RAM
Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3R Motherboard
MSI GeForce GTX 460 768MB @850MHz/1050MHz
Seagate 160GB 7200RPM HDD
Thermaltake 450W PSU
iCute Gaming Case
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit SP1
 

vite0150

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Sep 23, 2011
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i5 2500k @ 4.5ghz (air)
Msi p67-gd65
16gb ram
256gb ssd + 3tb hdd
Amd Rx 580 8gb
24" 1080p + 19" 900p

Still waiting a platform that worth upgrading ;D

Raspberry pi 2 for torrent, nas (500gb) and media center :)
 

dakunclear

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Jul 26, 2011
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Currently just my dell xps 15.
Intel i5 6300HQ
2GB NVIDIA 960m
256GB M.2 SSD
12GB of 2400 DDR4 ram
4K touch screen display

My new computer on its way it's from dell.....I know I work to much do custom builds nowadays. Sigh

27 inche 4k display
8GB of DDR4 ram
Ryzen 5 1400
AMD RX 580 8GB video card
1TB 5400 rpm HDD
128 GB m.2 SSD
 

eurodiesel

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meet my new custom build

intel Core i5-520M with Intel HD graphics
4gb ddr3 kingston hyperx genesis ram
edit: now running 2*4 gb
seagate 250 gb + seagate 1tb sata hdd
same psu from p4
same case from p4

planning to go for an AMD system sometime in spring
 
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oF2pks

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smoked coffee Lake ?!

Seriously guys, before buying CoffeeLake you should read :
https://qz.com/1171811/intel-intc-c...bout-the-meltdown-and-spectre-security-flaws/
https://techcrunch.com/2018/01/22/l...-meltdown-spectre-complete-and-utter-garbage/
https://www.pcworld.com/article/325...licon-raises-more-questions-than-answers.html

I wish I had knew all this before moving to 8700K ... and "delid" also (?!) https://www.reddit.com/r/intel/comments/6e9bst/intel_seriously_needs_to_start_soldering_their/

Anyway, if you want to build Oreo (like LineageOS-15.1), you'll need the best ddr4 16Gb~24Gb >3000MT/s to get <30mn build times

Hope you join BBQLinux, with clean UEFI multiboot
 
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SyCoREAPER

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Been years since I had decent PC. :victory:
I started going overboard quickly. Only wanted a basic desktop, and one upgrade led to another...


HP Pavilion 570-p054 - Base build - Case Inverted (Super Small Case)

Motherboard: Generic - HP Supplied, yet surprisingly had a lot of capabilities I did not expect.

Upgraded everything else to:
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700
CPU Cooler: Arctic Freezer 12 CO
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 2400MHz
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SuperClocked GAMING 4GB GDDR5
PSU: Corsair CX750M
HDD: Corsair Force Series MP500 120GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen. 3 & Western Digital Blue 1TB 7200 RPM
Mouse: Ajazz GTX Professional RGB Mechanical Mouse
Keyboard: Rii K66 Mech-Keyboard - Red Switches
Soundcard: :( Integrated ALC3863-CG I don't listen that much on the PC, so not a huge deal (plus I have no expansions slots, so I'd need a USB DAC if I wanted to upgrade)
Speakers: Logitech - Z130
Headphones: Sennheiser 595 (beaters), Sennheiser 598 (for work), AudioTechnica ATH-AD900 (for music)
 

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    I'm just curious how everyone's computers hold up to one another. Here's what I'm rocking:

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    1tb 7200 RPM WD Black
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    So that's that. I've got a disk drive in there too. So what's everyone else rocking? I know for the Haswell E platform my specs are pretty underwhelm vut I've been pretty happy with it over the last 2 years and it will be my desktop for years to come with a few upgrades like an SSD and more RAM.
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    CPU: i7 5820K @ 4.2GHz (Uncore @ 4GHz)
    CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15
    RAM: 4 x 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz
    Motherboard: Asus X99-A/USB3.1
    GPU1: EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0
    GPU2: KFA2 Geforce GTX 1070 EX
    PSU: Corsair RM550x (yes, its enough xD)
    SSD1: Samsung 850 Pro 256GB
    SSD2: Samsung 850 Evo 500GB
    SSD3: Samsumg 830 64GB
    HDD: Seagate Barracuda 3TB

    Running Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS in dualboot :)
    The case is selfmade :D
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    Packages: 1584
    Shell: bash 4.4.12
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    Well, this is gonna take me a while to go over.

    Basic specs:
    Mobo: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VI HERO
    CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K (4.6 GHz)
    RAM: 32 GB (4x8 GB) DDR3-2400 (back when you could get that much for just $150, what the heck happened to DRAM prices these past few years?)
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 (reference model with blower HSF and stock clocks)
    Sound: Creative SB X-Fi Titanium HD / Sennheiser GSX 1000 (I switch depending on which headphone virtual surround I want at the time)
    Video input/capture: Startech PEXHDCAP (Micomsoft SC-500N1)
    USB: FL1100EX-based host controller card (hey, those Oculus Rift sensors sure love their USB 3.0 ports!)
    SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB
    HDD: 4 TB (dual 2 TB 7,200 RPM RAID 0) Seagate array to hold my HDDs, 1 TB Samsung HD103SJ as an alternate OS boot volume, another 2 TB 5,400 RPM Seagate drive for misc. data storage
    PSU: EVGA G2 1300W (yes, I am fully aware of how overkill this is for my current setup, but I wanted to be sure I had power to spare for a HEDT build around i9 or Threadripper later on)
    UPS: APC Back-UPS 750 (found it practically unused for $12 at a Goodwill with a working lead-acid cell, would you believe that?)
    Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D

    The CPU cooling system pretty much needs its own little list, as it's a custom water-cooling loop. Used to cover the GPU, too, at least until my GTX 480 died and the replacement 760 and 980 didn't really need to get blocked.
    -Laing D5 pump/dual 5.25" bay XSPC top/reservoir
    -Hardware Labs Black Ice GTX 360 radiator + 3x Scythe S-Flex SFF21F 120mm fans (maybe not the best choice static pressure-wise for a dense, thick rad like that, but I already had 'em)
    -XSPC Raystorm full-copper CPU block
    -distilled water and biocide (no need to get fancy there!)

    Peripherals:
    -Eizo FG2421 120 Hz VA LCD (a substitute for my dearly departed Sony GDM-FW900)
    -Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid (secondary touch/pen monitor, and also an Android tablet in dire need of an update past 4.2.1 Jelly Bean if any of you can help me figure that out)
    -Kinesis Freestyle Edge (Cherry MX Blue switches, split design that won me over from my trusty IBM Model Ms)
    -Swiftpoint Z mouse
    -cheap computer speakers not worth mentioning
    -Sennheiser PC360 and GAME ONE headsets (I'm at a bit of a tossup as to which I like better at this point)
    -Oculus Rift CV1 + Touch controllers + quad-sensor room-scale setup
    -Xbox One gamepad + wireless receiver (Rift pack-in, of course)
    -Thrustmaster HOTAS Cougar + RealSimulator FSSB R2 stick mod + Simped VARIO pedals + Thrustmaster MFD Cougar button frames
    -Thrustmaster T300RS wheel and basic two-pedal set (aiming for better pedals and the TH8A shifter add-on later)

    The core components certainly aren't the newest, but they work adequately for now. I'm mainly waiting on the Volta equivalent to the GTX 1080 Ti at the moment, and beyond that, hoping to move into i9 or Threadripper, whichever strikes the balance of high single-threaded performance with plenty of extra cores to spare, and even more importantly, PCIe lanes to spare once I start dabbling in things like NVMe SSDs, quad-channel USB 3.0 host controller cards and video capture/framegrabber cards that need PCIe x4 slots. Mainstream i5/i7 and Ryzen aren't cutting it in the PCIe department right now.
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