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    Average gamin pc build specs.

    I just finish an upper mid range gaming pc. I want to see what the average gaming specs of other dtoid pc gamers. I'll start I guess.

    Cpu:corei5-3570k@3.4ghz(no oc) 4.ghz(w/ oc)
    ram:8gig 1600mhz Patriot
    gpu:2x gtx560 sc edition 2gig vram(non ti)
    psu:750wat thermal take 80+bronze
    Case:cm storm
    os:windows 7,osx mountain lion.

    So yeah not a monster but still respectable so post your rig info if you want.

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    That's a really good rig, I'd say that's High-End, but everyone has it's standars, mine is really just a mid-range

    Cpu:core i5 -750@2.67GHz 3.20Ghz
    ram:6 gig prolly kingston
    gpu: single AMD Radeon 5770 HD 1Ghz
    psu:550 wat green something
    Mouse: Razer DeathAdder
    Keyboard: Microsoft Sidewinder X6

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    Yah, its the low part of the high end spectrum. This is my build


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    Quote Originally Posted by noobspoon View Post
    Yah, its the low part of the high end spectrum. This is my build

    Is that a 212 evo i see you strapping? I got the plus, what temps you pull on average? On low loads im pulling 32 but i got a really powerful pull system worked out, and high with oc i average 38-40.

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    See the speccy screenshot for temps :P and it runs warm because my bedroom is hot as fuck. When it was in the room the picture was taken in it was running at 20 idle and about 25 on load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by That Silly Black Guy View Post
    I just finish an upper mid range gaming pc. I want to see what the average gaming specs of other dtoid pc gamers. I'll start I guess.

    Cpu:corei5-3570k@3.4ghz(no oc) 4.ghz(w/ oc)
    ram:8gig 1600mhz Patriot
    gpu:2x gtx560 sc edition 2gig vram(non ti)
    psu:750wat thermal take 80+bronze
    Case:cm storm
    os:windows 7,osx mountain lion.

    So yeah not a monster but still respectable so post your rig info if you want.

    That's a pretty decent rig you have, the only thing for me that you need to upgrade is the gpu card but I may be mistaken since it's on SLI already.

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    Mine is a budget PC I built a year or so ago. Maybe 2.

    Motherboard: BIOSTAR A870U3 AM3 AMD 870 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
    Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 965 Processor
    Memory: G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Desktop Memory
    Power Supply: 650w
    Graphics Card: 465GTX

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    I've only got a laptop.

    Mainboard: Intel Core i7 3610QM 2.3 GHz
    Processors: Intel 3rd generation Core i7 -3720QM
    RAM: 8192 MB, DDR3 1600 MHz (2 x 4 GB) + SO-DIMM socket for expansion up to 32 GB SDRAM
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M with 2GB GDDR5 VRAM

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokemanx View Post
    That's a pretty decent rig you have, the only thing for me that you need to upgrade is the gpu card but I may be mistaken since it's on SLI already.
    Naw, i dont need a gpu upgrade, i game on wide screen(1680*1050) and my current setup is more than decent enough. Getting anything other than a 660ti is pointless cause the performance increase wouldn't be really worth the cost, and even then the 660ti is sorta overkill. Maybe after a few years yeah but for now im happy with what i got, and what i got is more than sufficient. I duel boot osx and windows, and last i check 6xx card were still a bit finiky with osx hackintosh builds.

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    I'm gonna copy noobspoon.



    I'm pretty sure the proccesor is underclocked at 2GHz to cope with the the tiny wattage my PSU has. This is way below average for a PC build but it does the job at the resolution I play at (I play on a 27" TV screen, DPI is something I don't care about in reality) and does the job well.

    I run in 32 bit because I had some BSoD issues with 64 and the RAM said 3.2GB usable anyway. When I bought this it came with Vista.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Hatman View Post
    I'm gonna copy noobspoon.



    I'm pretty sure the proccesor is underclocked at 2GHz to cope with the the tiny wattage my PSU has. This is way below average for a PC build but it does the job at the resolution I play at (I play on a 27" TV screen, DPI is something I don't care about in reality) and does the job well.

    I run in 32 bit because I had some BSoD issues with 64 and the RAM said 3.2GB usable anyway. When I bought this it came with Vista.
    Ain't nothing wrong with that, but for me dpi is a factor I use a 2500dpi mouse and I moved my pc to my 70' a few days ago to see how it would do in bf3. Fucking unplayable,

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    I want next generation of gpu's already, I'm putting off an upgrade because within six months it will be outperformed for the same price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noobspoon View Post
    I want next generation of gpu's already, I'm putting off an upgrade because within six months it will be outperformed for the same price.
    I thought the update cycle was two years for gpus. If not doesn't a one year cycle seem excessive?

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    I run my PC with a rag on a stick.

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    My PC runs on crocodile semen and the tears of children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Legendhead View Post
    My PC runs on crocodile semen and the tears of children.
    Oh, you upgraded?

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    Let's just say that Legendhead recently happened upon a fine stock of children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PappaDukes View Post
    Let's just say that Legendhead recently happened upon a fine stock of children.
    I heard a crocodile bit him.

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    It really is quite the upgrade. Mine used to run off of crocodile tears, but they're kind of a rare thing seeing as how no one ever actually produces those.

    Quote Originally Posted by SchildConstruct View Post
    I heard a crocodile bit him.
    I used the aforementioned stock of kids as a distraction and then ran.

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    The architecture changes every 2 years but a new line of GPU's comes out every year. The new generation in 2013 will perfected versions of the GTX 6XX and 7XXX series

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