I never did post a lot, but now I'm leaving forever. This forum in general is a joke, with the crappy mods, handing out infractions like nobody's business, and just being plain stupid. There's that and there's the amount of stupidity that members hold nowadays. XDA Developers and OCN here I come!
CPU: Intel Core i7 3930k Ram: 32GB at 1600Mhz Motherboard: Gigabyte X79-UD5 Graphics: GTX 670 - 4GB Hard Drives: 2 x Corsair Force 3 240GB SSD in a Raid 0 array and 2 x 1TB hard drives Monitors: Sony PVM-2541 25" Oled reference monitor at 1920x1080 AND XEL-1 Sony Oled TV at 960x540 as secondary monitor
I am soon to upgrade my system to the following: CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2687W (8 Core 16 thread at 3.1Ghz) Motherboard: Asus P9X79 Ram: 64GB at 1866Mhz Graphics Card: GTX 780 (when it gets released at the end of the year) Hard Drives: 480GB Intel 520 SSD x 2 (Raid 0), 240GB Intel 520 SSD x 2 (Raid 1), 120GB Intel 520 SSD for scratch disk/cache drive, 6 x 4TB Hitachi Enterprise AK4000's (set into 3 groups of Raid 1 arrays) Soundcard: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium with a set of Audioengine A5+ speakers and a yet to decide gaming headset I plan on picking up another Sony PVM-2541 so I have a proper dual monitor setup, and using the smaller TV as an auxiliary monitor.
I nearly lost it when he mentioned his Xeon/64GB RAM upgrade, but I swear I almost fell out of my chair when he mentioned 6 4TB Hitachis.
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i5 4670k @ 4.9GHz - Stock Heatsink - The rest is melted silicon but I think I have a graphics card in there somewhere It surprises me how many people on this forum can't read benchmarks.
Some people have too much money to burn and not enough brains to know the best way to burn it.
It makes me laugh when I compare them to me, scrounging to build the best possible PC with my $900. Kids at my school who are like the WarZ people laugh at me because I have an matx board, but I laugh at them because they will never know the joy of working for your own goal.