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Well, i built my own PC about 5-6 years ago, add new parts to it every so often.recently had to buy new ram, as well both sticks of mine died at the same time, talk about lucky, right?Mine isn't something that's suppose to be massive.this was something i built while i was doing my diploma for about $1.1K AUD (Probably, $700-800USD at the time, if i were to purchase from say newegg.)this is a screenshot from speccy.for accessories on the computer,I go for the blue theme, so basically everything i have is blue, or glows blue.My Mouse, 6 button laser stock standard mouse, got it for the design not anything else really.Sharkoon Skiller KeyboardCosair Vengance Headsetand MadCatz gamepad.What i'd like to add to my pc sometime in the future, would probably be a better GPU and get an SSD finally..because we all know you ain't a real nerd, if you ain't got an SSD.I've built about 3-4 other computers as side jobs for some extra money aswell.But i don't keep track of the parts i used to build those as it's really of no importance to me to remember that information.
A GT 630, if you weren't on the Continent of Death I would sell my spare to you. I have a GTX 285 sitting on a shelf gathering dust.... I have a lot of shit on the shelf.... I just finished(sort of) my current rig, and a lot of parts from my first rig after slowly getting swapped out have built up a pile on this naughtyword shelf to the point where I can actually rebuild my first rig now.
if the SSD is faster compact hard disk, but eventually low quality, normal hard drive is slower but has better long-term performance.
So I got my hands on a Fury X today.As someone who prefers AMD, I have to say that I immediately sent back the Fury X and stuck with my 980 ti. Neck and neck my fat neckbeard ass.
My pc = potato kk
Yeah, I got like an Intel HD Graphics 3000 card, 8 GB ram (because I upgraded it from it's original 3), 300 GB HDD, Intel Core i3-2310M processor, a broken battery, broken cooling fans, the wifi receptor turns off for no reason every now and then and I have to restart it........ It's a toaster powered by a sleeping hamster.
My toaster has 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics also.Intel(R) Core (TM) i5-2500 CPU 3.30 GHz.450 GB HDD.Windows 7 x64, Service Pack 1.The fans sometimes are making like the PC is a 2-stroke motorbike.And also the wi-fi seems to turn off too, with the exception it just restarts by it-self after 1 minute (the wi-fi, not my PC).Long live toasters.
You two, should get something like this then..http://www.newegg.com/global/au/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA8JX3450217&cm_re=Wireless_card-_-9SIA8JX3450217-_-Product(not the best one, but it's an example)
Aint nobody got money for that. $18? That's a fortune man!
You could always make one using spare parts from a microwavePlug and play is a wonderful thing.
A microwave might work... I tried with a toaster and this is what I got.
Are those specs are from a laptop or computer? Cuz either way, they're pretty Damn low. Asus n56vCore i7 quad core 2.7ghz (tb up to 3.7ghz) 16gb ramNvidia g920 2gb graphics card 1tb hdd storage It's a laptop btw.
Here is my specs. So far I'm happy with it, I bought this PC about 2 years ago now and haven't really had any problems with it apart from replacing the power supply because my home had a blackout while my PC was on and fucked it up.
Why would you want 32 GB of RAM unless u use design software
Because he can?I personally use all of my 16GB.
My cool case: