List Your Computer's Specifications

Discussion in 'Computers' started by seventy1, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. seventy1

    seventy1 New Member

    When people walk into my home office / gaming center, people often ask me "Wow! What's in that thing?!". The "oohs" and "ahhhs" are partially attributed to the green lights that bath my desktop's tower, but more so to the quality of the graphics in games that I can run. By today's bleeding edge standards, my computer isn't that spectacular. However, the actual gaming experience is pretty sublime.

    Here's a list of what it contains:
    Coolermaster 690 Nvidia Edition Desktop Tower
    Intel Core i5-750
    Nvidia GTX 470 graphics card (EVGA edition)
    8gb Corsair Ram
    750 watt Corsair power supply
    EVGA FTW motherboard
    Samsung 24" LED LCD

    What does your PC contain?
  2. OrangeJay

    OrangeJay Member

    Hah, come on now, I have a humble little Chromebook, but it's doing an amazing job at showing me all the websites that I want to see. :)

    Seriously, most people just don't care about specs anymore. I used to build my own PCs with tricked out components (especially video cards), but at some point I realized that it's just not worth the money. The value is now placed on power efficiency and compactness, not how many polygons your silicon can push.
  3. seventy1

    seventy1 New Member

    I would have to disagree!

    If you are just using your computer for the average tasks such as
    • YouTube Videos
    • Emailing
    • Internet Browsing
    and other simple tasks, then I understand where you are coming from.

    However, if you are a hardcore gamer, it makes a huge difference! Each compenent needs to be in line with the next so that your computer doesn't experience a bottleneck and ruin your gaming experience. I believe in building powerful but balanced computers. Not only can you choose the exact parts you want to use to create a balanced desktop machine, but it is also often times much cheaper!

    Many times when you go to build a computer at an online shop, to upgrade one thing, you must upgrade another. I really dislike how companies do this in order to force you to spend money on unnecessary parts. Video cards are the heart of and sole of any gaming rig, but they also should be inline with your other parts. There is no point spending $700 on a graphic card if you only plan to spend $1000 overall. However, it makes a lot of sense to spend $350 on a very decent gaming graphics card for the $1000 computer. Often times to reach the same specifications and the corresponding FPS for games, you need to spend as much as $2000!

    Again, it all depends on what you plan to do. Browse, email, and watch videos? Or run high intensity graphic games at a solid 60 FPS!

    The choice, is yours.
  4. 2ndBest

    2ndBest New Member

    I have a few computers in my household, but for this post I will talk about the one that I am actually typing this message from. It is a MacBook from 2007. Although it is six years old now, it is still surprisingly fast and usable in today's web 2.0 world. Here are the specifications:
    Model Name: MacBook
    Model Identifier: MacBook4,1
    Processor Name: Intel Core 2 Duo
    Processor Speed: 2.4 GHz
    Number Of Processors: 1
    Total Number Of Cores: 2
    Memory: 2 GB

    It's lightweight, strong in build quality, and gets everything done except for hardcore gaming!
  5. Final

    Final New Member

    I've got a Samsung..something. not sure of the model, its lots of numbers and letters.
    Intel-i5 3210M @ 2.50 GHz (2 cores, 4 threads)
    6 GB Ram
    500GB HD

    does the job for me
  6. SFW

    SFW New Member

    Processor : Core2Duo 2.66 GHZ
    Memory : 6 Gb (2x2 and 2x1). Its Corsair memory, I believe.
    Power Supply : 450 watts from Cooler Master
    Video Card : ATI Sapphire radeon 4890 OC edition, 1gb ddr5
    Hard disks : 1x 120Gb SSD from Corsair and a 1tb hdd from Western Digital.
    Motherboard : Asus P5b
    Screen : Iiyama 22 inch
    Case : Cooler master centurion 5

    It's getting a bit old, but it still does it's job. The only video game that I am not able to play properly is Battlefield 3. For some reason I get incredible low frames when I am near buildings. Other then that, smooth sailing.
    Maybe I should buy a new PC or upgrade, but I do not play Battlefield 3 very much.. and to upgrade just for one game? Not worth it in my opinion.
    Anyway, that's a nice rig you got there seventy1!
  7. ElaineWeston

    ElaineWeston New Member

    Mine is an ASUS G74sx laptop, and I am proud of it's power!

  8. Friezaa

    Friezaa New Member

    Case: NZXT Lexa S
    CPU: AMD FX-6100 6 cores 3.3Ghz
    RAM: 8GB DDR3
    Motherboard: Gigabyte 970A-D3
    Video Card: Geforce GT400 (it sucks and I need a new one)
    Power supply: 750W
    24" Phillips
  9. dilshanmudugamuwa

    dilshanmudugamuwa New Member

    I've got a Core i5 Hp 4540s probook series laptop. 2gb seperate VGA and another 1.5 gb internal VGA capacity. 750GB Hard drive and wifi facilities . Also have fingerprint scanner.Best laptop in the worls
  10. randomguy227

    randomguy227 New Member

    At the moment, all I've got is a little ASUS laptop, it's not particularly powerful, but it gets the job done.
    Specifications are as follows:
    Dual Core i5 2.5gHz Processor
    NVIDIA 610M 2gb Graphics
    8gb RAM
    That's about all the info I can provide.
    As I said earlier, it's not the best, not particularly powerful, but it does what I need it to.
  11. AngryItalian

    AngryItalian Member

    I am a wishful hardcore gamer and developer. My current setup is a Dell Dimension 2400, which is about as powerful as my DROID RAZR HD when compared. Even so my cell phone has more gaming capability than this Dell rig as its a Droid from many years later (almost 10 as a matter of fact). Many people cannot even begin to afford even the bottom of the line upgrades for our computers. I would love to have the hardware that you have. I have a vast knowledge of a computer whether running or not. I am blessed with all this knowledge and all this skill and joy in what I do yet the most expensive system I have owned is a modern Droid at roughly 350.00. I don't know how you afford it, the cost of such upgrades is ridiculous. I have seen computers going for less than a single one of your components costs.
  12. Slabz Sapio

    Slabz Sapio New Member

    Specs of my laptop:
    ASUS K43SM
    Windows 8 Pro x64
    Intel i5-2450m (2.50-3.1 Ghz)
    Nvidia GeForce GT 630m
    4gb ddr3 1333 Mhz
    750gb 7200rpm
    I'm planning to build my own desktop computer after I graduate which I will use mainly for gaming. You don't really need a PC with high specs. As long as it does what you need it to do, then that will do.
  13. mattltm

    mattltm New Member

    Custom self built for HD film and graphics work:

    Asus P6DX58 Premium motherboard
    Intel i7 950 overclocked @3.2Ghz
    24Gb Corsair DDR3 Vengeance Memory (6 x 4GB sticks)
    2 x OCZ Vertex 4 250GB SSD
    2 x Western Digital VelociRaptor 1TB HDD
    2 x AMD 6970 graphics cards (crossfire and running eyefinity)
    4 x Samsung 225BW monitors

    Runs nice and fast and have never struggled with anything I have thrown at it. Makes a nice SETI@home client too!
  14. Jaaaakee

    Jaaaakee New Member

    Intel I5 3.10GHz
    6GB Corsair DDR3
    Nvidia GTX 550Ti 1GB
    2TB HDD with a 120MB SSD
    Using my TV as a monitor due to shortage of funds.
  15. Dylan M

    Dylan M New Member

    I decided to build my own computer in the early months of 2011. The parts I selected are as follows:

    Motherboard: Asus M4A89TD PRO
    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition
    Memory: 8GB of G.Skill RipJaws
    Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6850 Overclocked
    Power Supply: Corsair HX650

    By today's standards, it's no longer considered very powerful. But it still runs most games quite nicely.
  16. foitoi

    foitoi New Member

    Hello to everyone.
    My specs are:
    AMD Phenom x4 955 Black edition ;)
    ATI Radeon HD 5850
    500 GB Caviar Green WD HDD (2x)
    4 GB RAM Corsair 1600 MHz
    Power supply is Corsair 750 :)
  17. assasinzex

    assasinzex New Member

    My specs are:
    Intel i5 3570K - OC to 4.2GHZ,
    16 GB Patriot Viper 3 RAM
    2TB Seagate Barracuda
    Antec 750W Continuous Power Supply
    ATI Radeon HD 7970
    H100 Water Cooling
  18. m.jawwad

    m.jawwad New Member

    I have
    2 Gb RAM
    core i3 processor
    500 Gb harddisk
  19. Rabi

    Rabi New Member

    i have Acre Aspire 5742​
    15.6 '' LED LCD​
    320 Gb Hdd​
    Dvd-super multi dl drive​
    2Gb DDR3 Memory​
    Intel Hd Graphics​
    its 2 years old laptop :) and i love my laptop ... first thing that i was buy to my pocket money that laptop..​
  20. Nah89

    Nah89 New Member

    I built my own.

    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

    CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($219.99 @ Amazon)
    CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($34.98 @ SuperBiiz)
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($139.99 @ Newegg)
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($79.99 @ Amazon)
    Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($59.99 @ NCIX US)
    Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 3GB Video Card ($259.99 @ Newegg)
    Case: Fractal Design Define R4 w/Window (White) ATX Mid Tower Case ($104.97 @ Outlet PC)
    Power Supply: SeaSonic 650W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($137.98 @ SuperBiiz)
    Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8 (OEM) (64-bit) ($88.90 @ Amazon)
    Total: $1126.78
    (Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
    (Generated by PCPartPicker 2013-09-07 16:28 EDT-0400)
  21. Sly14Cat

    Sly14Cat New Member

    Mine is just your average mid-end laptop.
    Inspiron 5520 (15R) 2012 model
    CPU: Intel i5-3320M
    Memory: 8GB RAM (Upgradable to 16GB)
    Storage: 1TB SATA HDD
    Video Card: Intel HD Graphics 4000
    Operating System: Xubuntu 12.04.2LTS (May upgrade to 13.10) 64-Bit
    When I scrape together the money I'm definitely getting a System76 laptop.
  22. ricosalgado

    ricosalgado New Member

    Well my computer is a laptop now they call them notebooks.

    Ok here is the speks of my toy. "ACER ASPIRE 5750"

    CPU: Intel Core i3 3210M - 2.1 GHz 1MB L3 cash
    GRAPHICS: Intel HD Graphics 3000 up to 1760 MB Dynamic Video Memory
    SCREEN: 15.6 ' HD LED LCD
    DVD Supper Multi DL drive
    OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 7 Home Primium

    Ok this is no longer impressive, but it still works quite well
  23. rockersandy

    rockersandy New Member

    Here is a list which my computer acquire:-

    4GB DDR-3 RAM,
    520 GB SATA HDD,
    Intel Core 2 Deo Processor with clock Speed of 3.0 Ghz.
    Windows 7 Operating System.
    5.1 Surround Sound Sony Speakers.
    Wireless Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard.
    21'' LCD Display Screen.

    Thank you........
  24. ditto_b

    ditto_b New Member

    On a laptop here.

    2.24GHz 3rd generation Intel Core i7-3630QM Processor
    6GB DDR3 RAM
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M graphics
    750GB HDD

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