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Author:  zeekgenateer [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 12:34 am ]
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Post you're sweet computer specs, make everyone jealous on how much better your computer is. Feel free to ask questions on your custom builds, us super geeks are here to help (and make fun of you, but just a bit)!

Monitor: 21" Acer
Case: CoolerMaster
Power supply: 700W
Graphics: 2x Nvidia 9800 GT
RAM: 4GB at 800MHz
CPU: Q6660 quad core 2.4 GHz per core
Motherboard: MicroStar (crud mobo, as a holdover)
Mouse: G5
Keyboard: G15

Planned Upgrades: Need to get a new motherboard sometime this week. I also need to get a new power supply soon since this one's cables are too fat and take up too much space. Possibly some RAM depending on what motherboard I buy. I might also get a second monitor.

Author:  Typhon [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 12:51 am ]
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Pentium 4.
On board sound whatever.
Ages old ATI card that gets unplugged sometimes.
Not enough ram to shake a stick at.
Cooled by the onboard fan and my waving hand.
A rollerball mouse
Keyboard that has keys that stick
power comes from hamster wheels

And yet it can play every valve game to date

Author:  Kyderra [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 2:53 am ]
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Self built P.C

22 inc LG (crappy) + 21 inc Philips full HD dual screen
Foxconn Motherboard
2.34 GHz Dual core
3.25 GB ram (win XP :P)
ATI Radion HD4850X2 Crossfire'd
Linksys Wireless G network card
2 Fans, Front and back (blue Led's)

Logitech anyone?
G15 keyboard, G35 7.1 Dolby Headset, 5.1 Dolby speakers ,MX revolution mouse.

Medion MD 85276 Digital Notepad for drawing

Author:  Tiggy [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:02 am ]
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Only thing I'm proud of with my so called "Computer" Is my gaming gear. hehehe

Author:  Harby [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 4:29 am ]
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The only thing i like about mine is the music, games and video players... because thats all its good at.

Author:  thrasherblades [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:56 am ]
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A crappy 22 inch HP screen
Asus P5G41T-M LE Motherboard DDR3
2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Quad
2G Ram (Win XP)
NviDia GT240
Creative SoundBlaster sound card (for doing my recordings. Awesome stuff)
Cooler Master Casing
Acer Mouse
Logitech Keyboard
Logitech webcam

Yep.

Author:  ReCreate [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 1:11 pm ]
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I dont currently have access to my pc(out of town, so to speak) but ill post its current specs anyways:
Pentium 4 HT @ 4.2GHz
2 logical processors
2GB DDR2 ram @ 800MHz
ATI Radeon HD 3470
1GB of VRAM @ 1GHz
Native directx 10.1
GPU clock: 800MHz
17" UXGA screen(non-wide version of HD)
Tri-booting Windows 7 Ultimate(primary OS), Windows XP Pro SP3(for compatability with older programs) and Ubuntu (cant recall version, and mostly for aircrack)
160GB SATA HDD
Plain old DVD reader &CD burner/reader
100% mine :P

Author:  Zander [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 1:20 pm ]
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whats so wrond with this old computer thread?!

Author:  zeekgenateer [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 1:58 pm ]
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*sigh*, because i forgot to search and trusted people in the irc when they said it was a good idea for a thread when the topic came up.

Author:  Typhon [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 2:27 pm ]
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Lol i commented like 3 times on that one and i don't remember.

Author:  ReCreate [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:37 pm ]
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Its old. >:c
:P

Author:  Zander [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:38 pm ]
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Laptop
HP Pavillion Dv7

Graphics card:
GeForce GT 230M Specs:
CUDA Cores 48
Gigaflops 158
Processor Clock (MHz) 1100 MHz
Memory Specs:
Memory Clock (MHz) Up to 600 (DDR2), Up to 800 (GDDR3), Up to 1066 (GDDR3)
Standard Memory Config Up to 1 GB
Memory Interface Width 128-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 16 (DDR2), 25 (DDR3)
Feature Support:
NVIDIA PureVideo® Technology HD
NVIDIA PhysX™-ready
NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology
OpenCL
HybridPower™ Technology
Microsoft DirectX 10.1, Compute
OpenGL 2.1
Bus Support PCI-E 2.0
Certified for Windows 7
PowerMizer Power Management 8.0
Display Support:
Maximum Digital Resolution 2560x1600
Maximum VGA Resolution 2048x1536
Standard Display Connectors Dual Link DVI
VGA
DisplayPort
HDMI
Single Link DVI
HDMI
Audio Input for HDMI HDA
Processors:
Intel core i7 Quad core
64 bit
x4 Nvidia high definition audio
1920x1080
8 GB DDR3 ram.

Author:  ReCreate [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:52 pm ]
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Did I mention that mine is dead silent? Yes, has a massive heat-pipe heatsink with an even larger fan. Even when under stress, the heatsink remains only warm to the touch, while the fan spins so slow its hardly audiable.(as i recall) :)
I plan on upgrading the RAM to 6GB, upgrading the processor to a core 2 duo or quad, the HDD to 1TB and installing windows 7 x64. :D

Author:  ReCreate [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:09 pm ]
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The device ive been using for the past week or so:
A dual-core(yes, 2 cores) MIPS32 R4000(ARM) CPU @ 333MHz
64MB of RAM
2MB of video RAM
7" LCD @ 480x272
GUESS WHAT IT IS

no wait my signature gives it away <_>

:P

Author:  Zander [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:13 pm ]
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ReCreate Wrote:
A dual-core(yes, 2 cores) MIPS32 R4000(ARM) CPU @ 333MHz
64MB of RAM
2MB of video RAM
7" LCD @ 480x272


:P


*Almost dies laughing*

im sorry but that hit my funny bone :3

Author:  ReCreate [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:23 pm ]
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Your humerus?
*RIMSHOT*

Author:  Zander [ Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:25 pm ]
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ReCreate Wrote:
Your humerus?
*RIMSHOT*


http://instantrimshot.com/


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Author:  Senator_Sunburst [ Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:21 am ]
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Monitor: I dual screen a 22" Hanns-G and some random 17" Polaroid thing I don't even know what it is.
Case: NZXT Tempest
Power Supply: 750W
Graphics: 2x GeForce GTX 260
RAM: 6GB running at 1600MHz (they're overclocked)
CPU: Quad core, Intel Core-i7 920, 2.66GHz
Motherboard: eVGA X58 sli
Mouse: Logitech MX Air
Keyboard: Microsoft Digital Media Keyboard 3000
CPU Fan: Noctua NH-U12P SE1366
Storage: 2x Western Digital 640Gb, 7200RPM
Optical Drive: Some general Samsung thing.

As an aside, my case came with 5 fans built in, and it all runs really quiet which I find surprising. I plan to eventually buy two 2 TB hard drives to add to the space I have now. I also want to get a Lite-On Blu-ray optical drive.

Author:  NightFox [ Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:02 am ]
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Kyderra Wrote:
Foxconn Motherboard
I am so going to get one of those.

But, I don't know my current specs.

Author:  Beagle [ Sun Aug 22, 2010 6:58 pm ]
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Laptop,
Dell Inspiron 1501,
runs with Windows XP,
446 MB of RAM,
2.0 GHz processor,
52.3 GB of HDD memory, (with 17.4 GB of free space left)
almost 4 years old now.
I want a new computer.

Author:  Beagle [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:52 pm ]
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I'm going to revive a dead topic because we have enough new people for it to gain momentum again.

In October of 2010, I got a new laptop.
It's an HP Pavilion dv6t series.
6 GB of of DDR3 RAM
i5 Intel core (the first generation, I bought it when the i cores were almost brand new)
7500 RPM
640 GB of HDD
Windows 7
~2.7 GHz processor with overclocking abilities
Integrated graphics card NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-
Integrated webcam with mic
15.6" screen

Here have a picture.

My laptop also have one of those bogus fingerprint readers integrated into it. It definitely works, but it's not at all difficult to hack into this piece of software that is basically a database of all your passwords. Soooo... I don't use it. :P

Author:  yehoshua [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 3:30 pm ]
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Umm
Compaq Presario PC SG3516LA


Processor: AMD Athlon X2 4450e Dual Core
RAM: 4 Gigabytes DDR2 (can't remember the brand)
HDD: 500 GB
SDD: N/A
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 6150 se

Author:  Blue Braixen [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 6:29 pm ]
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Uh... My desktop has
x AMD FX-8150 8-core processor @ 3.6 GHz
x 16GB RAM
x 2TB HDD
x AMD Radeon HD 6950 graphics card
x Windows 7 Professional
x 27" monitor currently

(It's custom, so there really isn't a model)

Author:  0404 [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:00 pm ]
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Pentium dual core E6500 2.93Ghz (2cpu)
4G DDR4 (not sure of DDR)
HDD: 1x320G + 1x500G
windows 7 64bit
ATI Radeon HD 5570 (2.8gb)

Author:  Blue Braixen [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:41 pm ]
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texascat018 Wrote:
Pentium dual core E6500 2.93Ghz (2cpu)
4G DDR4 (not sure of DDR)
HDD: 1x320G + 1x500G
windows 7 64bit
ATI Radeon HD 5570 (2.8gb)

That would probably be a DDR2

Author:  0404 [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 7:46 pm ]
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Nuuu, I want DDR4...
at least I can run BF3 on 1024x748. pretty bad...

Author:  Beagle [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 8:39 pm ]
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Tha Housefox Wrote:
Uh... My desktop has
x AMD FX-8150 8-core processor @ 3.6 GHz
x 16GB RAM
x 2TB HDD
x AMD Radeon HD 6950 graphics card
x Windows 7 Professional
x 27" monitor currently

(It's custom, so there really isn't a model)

Excuse me while I try to locate the lower half of my jaw.
How much did it cost to build?

Author:  Esquire Fox [ Wed Jan 09, 2013 12:59 am ]
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Now here's something in my area of interest.
I custom built mine around a year ago.

• Intel Core i7 - 2600k @ 3.60GHz (overclocked)
• 8 GB DDR3 RAM
• 120GB Intel SSD & 500GB Hard Drive
• 2x GTX 460 1GB (SLI)
• Windows 8 Professional
• Three 22" Monitors - NVIDIA Surround (6060x1080 Resolution)
• Antec DF-85 Full Tower Case - 8 fans (3 front, 2 top, 2 back, 1 side)

Overall, it works extremely well.

Author:  Beagle [ Thu Jan 10, 2013 4:52 pm ]
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Esquire Fox Wrote:
Now here's something in my area of interest.
I custom built mine around a year ago.

• Intel Core i7 - 2600k @ 3.60GHz (overclocked)
• 8 GB DDR3 RAM
• 120GB Intel SSD & 500GB Hard Drive
• 2x GTX 460 1GB (SLI)
• Windows 8 Professional
• Three 22" Monitors - NVIDIA Surround (6060x1080 Resolution)
• Antec DF-85 Full Tower Case - 8 fans (3 front, 2 top, 2 back, 1 side)

Overall, it works extremely well.

Esquire, I'd like to hear about the building experience some time. You know what kind of computer courses that are available to me in high school, verses how many actually teach something that is a bit too difficult to figure out independently (the two programming courses).

I have more general knowledge about computers than the average user, but it's not extensive, simply because I've never had the opportunity open to me to really go in-depth with the learning process. If you would ever like to give me a Computer Hardware and Software 101 lesson so I won't be thrown to the wolves next year, I would really, really appreciate it. Obviously if I chose computer engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science as a triple major in 4.5 years (it's possible and not difficult at State!), I have to have some desire to learn the material. :P

Author:  jopencjusz [ Thu Jan 10, 2013 6:19 pm ]
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Prepare for my piece of junk! :lol:

FANFARE!


• Intel Pentium 4 CPU - 2.4GHz
• 1 GB RAM
• 80GB Hard Drive
• ATI RADEON 9250
• Windows XP SP3
• 17" Hyundai Monitor (1028x1024 max resolution)
• 1 fan

Author:  DingoVolf [ Thu Jan 10, 2013 7:17 pm ]
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Oh cats! My kinda thread!

Wife's Rig:
AMD Phenom II x4 945? @3.4Ghz
Some Gigabyte mainboard.
16GB DDR3 @1600
1x OCZ 128GB SSD, 1x WD Black 500GB HDD
Sapphire Radeon 6950 2GB
Samsung 27" LED monitor.
Win7 Pro 64bit

Media Rig:
AMD Phenom II x4 810 @2.6Ghz
Another Gigabyte mainboard.
4GB DDR2
1x WD Blue 250GB, 1x WD Green 750GB
Sapphire 4870x2 2GB Dual core GPU
LG 42" 1080p LED TV
Win7 Home 32bit
Some old Yamaha receiver/amp w two old Bose home theater speaker stacks.

Sound/Recording Rig:
AMD Phenom II x6 1065 @2.9Ghz
ASUS OEM mainboard (from an HP I think).
8GB DDR3
1x Seagate 750GB
Onboard video.
1x LG 24" LCD, 1x Haans-G 19" LCD.
Win7 Pro 64bit
Samson Rubicon R5a Studio monitor speakers
MOTU Ultralite mk3 firewire (audio interface)
M-Audio Axiom 61 midi keyboard.
M-Audio Trigger Finger control surface (pad controller).

My Rig:
AMD Phenom II x6 1090T OC'd @3.8Ghz (with turbo set to 4Ghz)
ASUS Crosshair IV mainboard.
16GB G.Skill DDR3 @ 2000 (hard to stabilize at that speed on that MB)
2x WD Black 640GB SATA 6Gb/s
XFX Radeon 6970 2GB
Haans-G 26" LED monitor.
Win7 Pro 64bit.
Antec Truepower 750w Pow Sup.
Antec 1200 case.
Corsair H70 CPU cooler.

Aaaand my rig and the sound rig are protected by two APC SmartUPS 3000 units.

Also working on a backup rig, but I ran out of useful power supplies (some of them still have AT style mainboard power plugs!). The test bench is also sorta another computer but never the same thing long enough to bother posting stats (usually single or dual core units with under 4GB mem).

Author:  Beagle [ Tue Jan 22, 2013 12:01 am ]
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Correction: My laptop's processor speed runs at 2.5 GHz normally. I don't remember what it overclocks to.

My laptop automatically overclocked one time, I think about one or two months into ownership. I believe I was synchronizing my iPod to my new computer (yeah, that's only a 6,000 song collection with about four movies and 3,000 photos) while installing some newer programs in the background and indexing my hard drive. Or something like that. I remember my computer pinged and the screen brightness turned all the way up. That was interesting to watch in Task Manager.

Author:  Macsen [ Tue Jan 22, 2013 2:16 pm ]
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Dell XPS 420
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor (4 x 2.4GHz)
6GB DDR2-533 memory (upgraded from 2GB)
2 x 500GB Western Digital hard drives + 1 x 3TB Western Digital MyBook external drive
PNY Verto nVidia GeForce 9600 GT graphics card w/512MB VRAM + LG 22" 1080p LCD monitor
6 rear + 2 front USB 2.0 connections + 7-port USB hub
2 USB 3.0 connections via PCI Express x1 expansion card (used for MyBook)
Firewire 400 connections
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Panda Cloud anti-virus
Office 2010 Pro Plus (via HUP)
Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Premium (via take-home work license)
Firefox Nightly 22, Google Chrome and IE9

It's done well for me, but it's at the point where if something major happens to it, it'll be replacement time.

Author:  Duster [ Tue Jan 22, 2013 2:44 pm ]
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I'm not the best technical mind but I found a PC tower that I liked a few years back and it's worked like a charm!

Hewlett-Packard HPE-510y
AMD Phenom(tm) X6 1055T Processor 2.80GHz
8GB RAM
64-bit operating system
1.5 TB hard drive
Windows 7 Home Premium
Microsoft Office 2010
Webroot Security
IE9 and Mozilla FireFox

Well it's not exactly a space ship but it does what I need it to do, plus its not bad for playing PC games either!
-This list is subject to change since I've probably not listed everything or gotten every specification exact.-

Author:  Beagle [ Tue Jan 22, 2013 2:54 pm ]
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Duster Wrote:
This list is subject to change since I've probably not listed everything or gotten every specification exact.-


If you hit the "Windows" key and the "r" key at the same time, it will bring up the Run command. Type "dxdiag" (without quotations, obviously) in the Run command and hit Enter. Let it check your digitally signed drivers, and it will give you some information about your system.
You probably already knew that though, unless you did a darn good job at memorizing your processor information. X.X

Author:  Beagle [ Mon Jul 15, 2013 9:49 pm ]
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Purchasing a new laptop you guys:
http://www.shopping.hp.com/en_US/home-o ... otebook-PC

I've looked up both the graphics card and the processor, both of which should be pretty okay for gaming:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeF ... 887.0.html

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Core ... 051.0.html

I'm mainly worried about the graphics card. I'm worried it won't perform as well as notebookcheck says it will. I'd like to play Skyrim, Dishonored, LA Noire, Fallout: New Vegas, GTA 4, Antichamber, Portal 1 & 2, Half Life, Bioshock Infinite, and some old-school emulators as well. Also I want to play whatever new PC games that come out within the next 3-4 years. What do you guys think? This laptop certainly exceeds my college of engineering requirements.

What do you guys think? Any concerns to voice before I shell out $864 with my student discount?

Author:  Tatsuo [ Tue Jul 16, 2013 4:20 am ]
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If you're wanting to play games on Pc, then it's Desktop time. If you want a really good Laptop for gaming, plan on spending $1,500 bucks. You can make a good budget gaming desktop for only around $500-600 bucks.


My Pc is a completely stock: Hp Pavilion p7-1235
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6883157361

I'm able to play Portal 2 on high, Eve online(when I was playing it), Civilization 5 on high, Amnesia on Medium. All I plan to do with this Pc is get a bigger power source and better graphics card.

I'm also playing all of this on a 46in Led Samsung tv. I love Pc =)

Author:  Dissension [ Tue Jul 16, 2013 7:12 am ]
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OK, I'll bite. A couple of weeks ago, I assembled a new desktop. I'm still using my old 17" LCD monitor, which saved some money.

CPU: AMD A10 6800k APU (4.1GHz, quad-core)
Motherboard: Asus F2A85-M Pro
Power Supply: Corsair 650W
RAM: 16GB DDR3 (64GB supported, once 16GB RAM sticks hit the market)
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
OS: Microsoft Windows 8 (64-bit)

Author:  Beagle [ Tue Jul 16, 2013 10:03 am ]
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Tatsuo Wrote:
If you're wanting to play games on Pc, then it's Desktop time. If you want a really good Laptop for gaming, plan on spending $1,500 bucks. You can make a good budget gaming desktop for only around $500-600 bucks.


My Pc is a completely stock: Hp Pavilion p7-1235
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6883157361

I'm able to play Portal 2 on high, Eve online(when I was playing it), Civilization 5 on high, Amnesia on Medium. All I plan to do with this Pc is get a bigger power source and better graphics card.

I'm also playing all of this on a 46in Led Samsung tv. I love Pc =)

That didn't answer my question at all, but thanks anyway. I'm a college student, and I need a laptop. Half of the people I talk to say that you need to empty your bank account to get a gaming laptop, while the other half agree that you don't need 16 GB of RAM to play a game. This laptop has better specs than my boyfriend's PC, and he can run most of the games I just mentioned on high or ultra.

So again, how's the laptop that I picked out, guys?

Author:  Tatsuo [ Tue Jul 16, 2013 4:45 pm ]
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Beagle Wrote:
Tatsuo Wrote:
If you're wanting to play games on Pc, then it's Desktop time. If you want a really good Laptop for gaming, plan on spending $1,500 bucks. You can make a good budget gaming desktop for only around $500-600 bucks.


My Pc is a completely stock: Hp Pavilion p7-1235
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6883157361

I'm able to play Portal 2 on high, Eve online(when I was playing it), Civilization 5 on high, Amnesia on Medium. All I plan to do with this Pc is get a bigger power source and better graphics card.

I'm also playing all of this on a 46in Led Samsung tv. I love Pc =)

That didn't answer my question at all, but thanks anyway. I'm a college student, and I need a laptop. Half of the people I talk to say that you need to empty your bank account to get a gaming laptop, while the other half agree that you don't need 16 GB of RAM to play a game. This laptop has better specs than my boyfriend's PC, and he can run most of the games I just mentioned on high or ultra.

So again, how's the laptop that I picked out, guys?




Sorry about that. Basically I was just saying you're better off with a desktop.

As for the Laptop you picked out, it looks good there's no doubt about that. Those 8GB of ram will come in handy. I was told it takes 4GB to run skyrim, so if that help you any. The Graphics card being integrated will slow down some of the games you want to play. Of course depending on what resolution you play at will have a big factor seeing how your screen goes up to 1920x1080. You should be fine with that processor, but this is coming from a radeon guy.


Dissension Wrote:
[color=#408000]RAM: 16GB DDR3 (64GB supported, once 16GB RAM sticks hit the market)



Dang! And I thought my Pc being compatible up to 32Gb was a lot. You defiantly know how to make a Pc sir. I myself am still very newbish. Kinda the reason I went out and just got a stock Pc to start out with and build later.

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