Official - Post Your Gaming Setup / Rig

Discussion in 'Technology' started by KUSH, Jan 28, 2012.

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  1. Hinouchi

    Hinouchi TD Admin

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    or your gf~
  2. copper

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    Then you should've spent the money to move out instead.
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    Xilorator Blackpulse Admin

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  4. Olst

    Olst TD Admin / Queerbécois

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    My set up at my new place :D

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  5. Shotgun Jesus

    Shotgun Jesus Professional Cocksucker Staff Member

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    Take out the trash, man. Fuck. Merde.
  6. Stan Radner

    Stan Radner DARKLY Regular

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    Nintendo 64 hooked up to a 7 inch CRT. Piece of burnt toast in the controller slot for great internet connection. Plays Battlefield 4 really well with minimal lag. Banana peels under the system prevent it from over heating. Telephone cables wrapped around it for WiFi capability and DDoS protection. Hooked a Sony Walkman up to it with bungee cord so it can play my cassettes.
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  7. BOT Snake

    BOT Snake TD Admin

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    My standing desk
    Specs:
    Peripherals:
    keyboard: ducky zero shine (cherry brown)
    mouse: deathadder 2014 (green)
    headset: SS Siberia V-2 usb

    Tower:
    3570K (4.2GHz [I think])
    Twin Frozr III 7870 (overclocked as well)
    OCZ Vertex 4 128GB
    Seagate 1.5 TB 7200
    (forgot the others. lel)

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  8. Dissident

    Dissident A Little Darkly

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    Intel Haswell i7 4770k
    Gigabyte windforce AMD HD7950 (15% overclock)
    Asus Z87-A Motherboard
    8gig Corsair DDR3 RAM
    256 gig Samsung 840 pro series SSD primary
    128 gig OCZ Agility 3 SSD secondary
    Removable Sata 3 HDD front loading bay with several hard drives around to swap in and out for storage
    Asus 24" VE248 monitor
    Antec 300v2 Case
    built by moi

    ...old grey keyboard I found in a box at a house i used to live in, 5 dollar mic i found at factory direct, 7 dollar Ican optical mouse at Canada computers...
    yeah my peripherals need some work...
  9. Gatherix

    Gatherix Death by Darkly

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    Finally complete. Had a lot of fun with this build, particularly with the processor and hitting a stable, cool 40% overclock. First time using Linux as a primary OS too - haven't even touched Windows yet. Budget specs, sure, but it does everything I want it to, runs super quiet/cool, really low power consumption, and at (to me) a great price.

    CPU: Intel Pentium G3258 3.2 GHz base clock, overclocked to 4.4 GHz.
    CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-U9B SE2
    MB: ASRock Z87 Extreme3
    GPU: EVGA GTX 750 Ti
    RAM: 8GB Corsair Low-Profile DDR3-1600 MHz
    Storage: WD 1TB 7200 RPM
    Chasis: Cooler Master HAF 922
    PSU: Corsair CX500M 500W Modular
    Display: Acer H236HLbid 23" IPS
    Optical Drive: ASUS DRW-24B1ST 24x
    Wireless Card: TP-LINK TL-WN881ND
    Fan Controller: SunbeamTech Rheosmart 6
    Keyboard: Generic Microsoft Keyboard
    Mouse: SteelSeries Sensei [RAW]

    OS: Linux - Debian Jessie (8.0), 3.14 Kernel
    Desktop Environment: XFCE 4.1
    Display Manager: SLiM 1.3.6
    Boot Time (with GUI): 11 seconds
    CPU Temp Peak, under load: 72 C

    Total Cost (display/peripherals included): $790
  10. AAA

    AAA A Little Darkly

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    AMD FX-8320 (sadly no OC yet, fails prime even at 4.2ghz, maybe not enough juice from psu)
    NZXT Respire T40
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 (rev #4)
    Asus HD7850 (OCed to a 7870, theyre still ATI in my eyes)
    2x4gb Patriot Viper 3 1866 CL9
    Auzentech X-meridian 2g
    120gb Samsung 840
    1tb Seagate 7200rpm
    Asus DVD drive 24x
    corsair CX500v2
    Antec 300
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  11. HappySticks™

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    CPU: Intel i7 4770k
    GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 770
    RAM: 8GB Kingston HyperX
    HDD: WD 1TB Red
    SSD: Kingston 120GB V300
    CPU Cooler: Cooler Master 212 EVO
    MB: Asus Z-97A
    PSU: Rosewill 80 Gold 550w
    Case: Corsair Graphite 230T w/ window

    Display: Asus VE248H
    Optical Drive: Asus DVD-RW 24x
    Wireless Card: TP-LINK TL-WN881ND

    Keyboard: Logitech K120 (corded)
    Mouse: Logitech M500 (corded)

    OS: Windows 7
    Boot Time: 4 seconds
    Average CPU Temp: 34c

    Total Cost (peripherals included): $1,288
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  12. Gatherix

    Gatherix Death by Darkly

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    HappySticks™, that case was my second choice, had a little but of a hard time choosing. How is it?
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    It's a really nice case, not to big or small. The LED fans in the front are super quiet and bright but the top looked alittle plain so I added two more slightly smaller 120mm LED fans. It looks pretty cool but it's fairly loud, in order to fix it I just need a fan controller to slow them down some. I particularly like the window on the side as it shows everything off quite nicely.

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    The computer sits sideways behind my monitor, the cables are fairly tight and set in stone so here is a side view.
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  14. 47

    47 TD Admin, Chicken Licker, Top Shelf Sleeper

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    try using larger fans, they are quieter.
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  15. OG buckshot jr

    OG buckshot jr TD Admin

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    Yup, this.
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    or get noctua. got 2 nf-f12's for my rad and one as an exhaust at the back of my case. suuuuper quiet unless i start gaming, when my gpu starts to sound like a jet
  17. Slawek

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    wtf happened to the price of memory. jebus.
  18. Glocky

    Glocky Drinking your tears

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    Hording waiting for DDR4.
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    47 TD Admin, Chicken Licker, Top Shelf Sleeper

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  20. OG buckshot jr

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    Go liquid, bros. Fanless!
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