What are your computer specs?

I’d like to see what kind of device everyone’s using, so time to post our specs!

I’m going to post by entire build:
Case: Cooler Master HAF X
Motherboard: ASRock Z87 OC Formula/ac
CPU: Intel i7-4770K @4.20GHz
GPU: 2-way SLI EVGA GTX 670 FTW+ (4GB VRAM each card)
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) @1866MHz
PSU: Rosewill Lightning 1000W
Primary drive: Samsung 840 EVO 120GB
Secondary drives: WD Black 1TB and WD Blue 1TB

I’m also water-cooled with a custom loop:


Damn how much did that entire thing run you?

After modifications, roughly $3000 USD.

Case: Corsair 350D
Motherboard: Gigabyte Sniper m5
CPU: i5 4670k @ 4.6ghz
GPU: 2-Way SLI Gigabyte GTX 770 (4gb VRAM on each card)
RAM: 8gb of somthing or another at 1600mhz
PSU: Corsair RM 750
HDD: I use some Seagate 1tb drive because I donated my Samsunge 840 EVO 250gb to a 1U server colocated.

Edit: Picture from another thread

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Case: IN WIN Dragon Rider Full ATX
Motherboard: Gigabyte 970A-D3
CPU: AMD FX 8150 8 Cores @ 3.6 gHz
GPU: nVidia GTX 550 Ci
RAM: 16GB Patriot DDR3 @ 1600 mHz
PSU: Something around 700W (I’ve replaced it about 6 times in the past 2 years)
Primary drive: WD Black Edition 2TB Sata3

Total price: ~$700 USD. Not bad compared to Intel. :stuck_out_tongue:

Old pic with old gpu and old cpu fan (now has Corsair H50 water cooler):


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Case: Corsair Obsidian Series 450
Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-970A-D3P
CPU: AMD FX-8350 Black Edition
GPU: Zotac GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition
RAM: 16GB total (assorted, including ADATA XPG V1.0 8GB)
PSU: CORSAIR RM Series RM750 750W
Primary drive: OCZ Vector 240GB
Secondary drive: 1TB Seashit

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A fellow RMer. I’m so sorry :frowning:

What’s wrong with the RM series?

I’d like to know as well.

Extremely unstable under load. I had to RMA mine and get another one. (Cost me around 40 dollars for shipping.) They are also over priced as hell.

On the plus side it’s the most quiet PSU I’ve ever seen.

I agree, it is really quiet. Over priced, yes. Unstable under load? I haven’t tested nor experienced that.

I do most of my heavy work on a dual 2.66GHz Xeon Mac Pro (2009), which I progressively upgraded to add a 256GB OWC SSD, 1 HHD for backups and another Windows, 16GB of ECC ram and a GTX 680 (for gaming).

Overkill, but awesome.

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Did you buy it when it first came out or did you wait a bit?

The first release of the RM750 were pretty damn unstable. My problem was the fan NEVER spinned. Ever.

I tested the wattage with a “Watt o Meter” and it was about 500w, so the RM750 should have handled it fine.

Replaced it and never had a problem.

I just purchased it recently.

You’re fine, then.

Case: Mac Book Air .
Motherboard: No idea lol
CPU: 1.7 GHz Intel Core i7
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 5000
RAM: 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
PSU: 7594 mV? Not very good at this. XD


-12.9 Watts. Makes perfect sense. x_x

Primary drive: 500GB internal, 1TB external
Price: Strictly speaking, it was free.

It’s no gaming computer, but I love it a lot!

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Case: CoolerMaster HAF 932
Motherboard: Asus Rampage III Formula
CPU: i7 950 3.8GHz
GPU: GTS 450 (i know its low and outta date)
RAM: 20gb (5x 4GB) Corsair
PSU: Coolermaster 700w
Primary Drive: 1tb Seagate 2x 500gb Western Digital and 1 60gb SSD Corsair
Cooling: Custom Water cooled XSPC 360 kit

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You got a test bench or something?

The primary spec of a PSU is wattage.

I mean, not really. It depends on the quality of it to an extreme.

The one thing you do NOT cheap out on with in a computer build is the PSU.

Right, quality does go into it, but for the purpose of this thread, all you gotta put down is the wattage. Don’t need to put down “80 plus gold”, or any of the voltages.