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Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Language: English (Regional Setting: English)
System Manufacturer: MSI
System Model: MS-7A64
BIOS: 1.70 (type: UEFI)
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7600K CPU @ 3.80GHz (4 CPUs), ~3.8GHz
Memory: 16GB RAM
Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 4GB
250Gb SSD
1TB HDD

Not an awful setup I can run most games at least on High.
cym104 wrote:
cym104 wrote:
Intel Core i7-6700HQ + nVidia GTX 1070Ti
I didn't even know that there is a mobile version of the 1070 Ti
No there isn't. I just decided the built-in 970M isn't quite up to the task when I'm not traveling ;-)
Oh right.. So you have some sort if external graphics card enclosure?
cym104 wrote:
cym104 wrote:
Intel Core i7-6700HQ + nVidia GTX 1070Ti
I didn't even know that there is a mobile version of the 1070 Ti
No there isn't. I just decided the built-in 970M isn't quite up to the task when I'm not traveling ;-)
Oh right.. So you have some sort if external graphics card enclosure?
You could use one, but you still won't get the same performance as one plugged directly into your motherboard.
cym104 wrote:
cym104 wrote:
Intel Core i7-6700HQ + nVidia GTX 1070Ti
I didn't even know that there is a mobile version of the 1070 Ti
No there isn't. I just decided the built-in 970M isn't quite up to the task when I'm not traveling ;-)
Oh right.. So you have some sort if external graphics card enclosure?
You could use one, but you still won't get the same performance as one plugged directly into your motherboard.
~5% performance loss is fine by me, since it's more of a PCIe expansion, so it doesn't have to be patched through TB3.
CPU: Intel Core I7 8700
GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050TI 4gb
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 @ 3000 MHz
OS: Windows 10
Mouse: A4tech Bloody V8
Headset: Plantronics Rig 550
Late to the party but I'm here!

Ryzen 7 2700x
RTX 2060
16 GB DDR4 ram
Windows 10
Acer KG241 144hz monitor
CPU- Intel Core I7-6700K 4 GHz Quad-Core Processor
GPU- MSI's Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming Z 8GB
Ram/Memory- G.Skill - Trident Z 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory
Motherboard- MSI - Z170A GAMING M7 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
OS- Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit

non important things?
Storage- various ones
Case- Cooler Master - HAF 932 Advanced ATX Full Tower Case
CPU Cooler- CRYORIG - C7 40.5 CFM CPU Cooler
PSU- EVGA - SuperNOVA NEX 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
Optical Drive- LG - BH16NS40 Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer
Wireless Network Adaptor- Gigabyte - GC-WB867D-I PCIe x1 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter
Monitor- Acer - G257HU smidpx 25.0" 2560x1440 60 Hz Monitor
CPU: Intel I9 9900k (OC @ 5GHz)
GPU: Nvidia Geforce 1080 (Gigabyte)
RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB DDR4 @ 3200MHz
OS: Windows 10
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero
Keyboard: Razer BlackWidow X Chroma
Mouse: Razer Naga Trinity
Headset: Beyerdynamic DT 880
Microphone: RODE NT1
Audio Mixing Board: Yamaha MG10XU
Case: be quiet! DARK BASE 700 Mid-Tower Case
Monitor: Asus ROG PG278Q
OS > Windows 10 Home 64 bit
CPU > Intel Core i7-7700k Kaby Lake Quad-Core 4.2 GHz
Memory > Intel Optane M.2 2280 32GB
RAM > CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 (4x8GB)
GPU > GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1080 DirectX 12 8GB

Motherboard > ASUS ROG STRIX Z270E GAMING
Tower > Corsair Obsidian Series 450D ATX Mid Tower
Cooling > Noctua NH-D15, Premium CPU Cooler with 2x NF-A15 PWM 140mm Fans
SSD > SAMSUNG 850 EVO
HDD > WD Black 6TB 7200 RPM SATA 6Gb/s 128MB Cache
PSU > CORSAIR HX Series HX850 850W
Mouse > UtechSmart Venus Gaming Mouse 16400 DPI
Mouse Pad > An adorable pad with the picture of kittens on it
Keyboard > Azza Gaming Keyboard
Monitor > Philips 242G5DJEB 144hz Gaming Monitor
AMD SAPPHIRE RX480 8GB NITRO OC
AMD FX9590 4.7GHZ + NOCTUA NH-U14S
ASUS SABERTOOTH FX990 AM3+
ASUS XONAR DX 7.1
CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR3 16GB 2400MHZ
SAMSUNG 860 EVO 500GB (OS+GAMES)
SAMSUNG 850 EVO 120GB (DATA BACKUP)
CORSAIR CX750W 80+ BRONZE
SAMSUNG T22E390EX 22" TV/MONITOR HDMI
ROCCAT KOVA + 3200DPI (800DPI)
WINDOWS 10 PRO 64 BIT 1903
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
if you're going for an RTX card, i recommend the RTX 2070, if you can't afford it, go for the RTX 2060
Never been so happy to see so many cool rigs. Guess that playing with PC all my life made me a Hardware freak and I love them all. In order to keep the tradition going, I am gonna get my rig also here

CPU - Ryzen 7 2700x (4.35GH 1.46V)
Cooler - CPU Scythe Mugen 5 Rev.B
GPU - MSI Armor Core GTX 1070 Core clock 2089 MHz (from what I know, I hit the silicon lottery with this OC )
RAM - Hyperx Fury Black 2666Mhz CL 14
Motherboard - X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING
Power Supply - Corsair TXM 750+ GOLD
Case - Phanteks p400S Grey
SSD + HDD Hybrid - ADATA SX8200 240GB PCI Express 3.0 + Seagate BarraCuda 1TB SATA-III Hybrid with AMD Store MI
SSD - Hyperx Fury 128GB
HDD - WD Black 1 TB
Monitor - Lenovo Gaming Legion Y25f-10 24.5 inch 1ms FreeSync 144Hz + BenQ XL2411Z
Audio - Hyperx Cloud Flight + Azzori Sphera PRO
Keyboard - Redragon INDRAH
Mouse - Hyperx Pulsefire FPS

Keep the rig flowing, keep the tradition goin!!
Mine is a spicy boi
CPU : i9-9900k
GPU: 2080 ti auroras
RAM : 32 gb ddr4 3200 mhz
CPU Cooling: kraken x62 300 mm cooling fan
Motherboard: Asus hero vii
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
if you're going for an RTX card, i recommend the RTX 2070, if you can't afford it, go for the RTX 2060
At the moment I play on a 2560x1080 Ultrawide, a 2060 would definitely be more than enough for the games I play currently. I was also thinking about upgrading my monitor too as I have been exposed to a few QHD and UHD displays. If that is the case then a 2070 would probably be a better choice.

Currently I don't plan on buying anything until Navi launches so I can see exactly what AMD have to offer. Their presentation at E3 looked hopeful, however some benchmarks from trusted sources, as well as price in my country, will ultimately determine what GPU I eventually upgrade to.
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
if you're going for an RTX card, i recommend the RTX 2070, if you can't afford it, go for the RTX 2060
At the moment I play on a 2560x1080 Ultrawide, a 2060 would definitely be more than enough for the games I play currently. I was also thinking about upgrading my monitor too as I have been exposed to a few QHD and UHD displays. If that is the case then a 2070 would probably be a better choice.

Currently I don't plan on buying anything until Navi launches so I can see exactly what AMD have to offer. Their presentation at E3 looked hopeful, however some benchmarks from trusted sources, as well as price in my country, will ultimately determine what GPU I eventually upgrade to.
I used an ultra wide with an RTX 2070 and its amazing. If you want to make your computer more future friendly go 2070. Otherwise a 2060 should be fine.
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
if you're going for an RTX card, i recommend the RTX 2070, if you can't afford it, go for the RTX 2060
At the moment I play on a 2560x1080 Ultrawide, a 2060 would definitely be more than enough for the games I play currently. I was also thinking about upgrading my monitor too as I have been exposed to a few QHD and UHD displays. If that is the case then a 2070 would probably be a better choice.

Currently I don't plan on buying anything until Navi launches so I can see exactly what AMD have to offer. Their presentation at E3 looked hopeful, however some benchmarks from trusted sources, as well as price in my country, will ultimately determine what GPU I eventually upgrade to.
I used an ultra wide with an RTX 2070 and its amazing. If you want to make your computer more future friendly go 2070. Otherwise a 2060 should be fine.
RTX 2070 is definitely the card I am more likely to get at this point, I am very much hoping that AMDs competition can bump the price down a little. Plus I really like how Nvidias cooler on the RTX series looks, pure class. It would really fit well with my Dominator Platinum, and with the rest of my setup to be completely honest.
I using An RX 570 4gb with 2200g ryzen. I just might upgrade to a rtx 2070 Later this summer around mid august during back to school pricing. Along with the new ryzen 3000 series processor and x570 motherboard.
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
if you're going for an RTX card, i recommend the RTX 2070, if you can't afford it, go for the RTX 2060
At the moment I play on a 2560x1080 Ultrawide, a 2060 would definitely be more than enough for the games I play currently. I was also thinking about upgrading my monitor too as I have been exposed to a few QHD and UHD displays. If that is the case then a 2070 would probably be a better choice.

Currently I don't plan on buying anything until Navi launches so I can see exactly what AMD have to offer. Their presentation at E3 looked hopeful, however some benchmarks from trusted sources, as well as price in my country, will ultimately determine what GPU I eventually upgrade to.
i play on dual 2560x1080 displays myself too, so i personally think that if i got a 2060 or higher i'll benefit from that, considering the strain both of my displays possibly put on my gpu (i have a GTX 1060 6GB)
Ryzen 1800 (non X) but got a lucky 4.2GHz OC going a few weeks ago. Not bad for a 65w CPU.
MSI GTX 970
Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 (running at over 3000MHz)

Not very high end in 2019, but should definitely be enough to run 10 year old games at this point.

Next plans include upgrading my GPU to either an RTX or Navi depending on what Navi has to offer when it arrives.
if you're going for an RTX card, i recommend the RTX 2070, if you can't afford it, go for the RTX 2060
At the moment I play on a 2560x1080 Ultrawide, a 2060 would definitely be more than enough for the games I play currently. I was also thinking about upgrading my monitor too as I have been exposed to a few QHD and UHD displays. If that is the case then a 2070 would probably be a better choice.

Currently I don't plan on buying anything until Navi launches so I can see exactly what AMD have to offer. Their presentation at E3 looked hopeful, however some benchmarks from trusted sources, as well as price in my country, will ultimately determine what GPU I eventually upgrade to.
i play on dual 2560x1080 displays myself too, so i personally think that if i got a 2060 or higher i'll benefit from that, considering the strain both of my displays possibly put on my gpu (i have a GTX 1060 6GB)
Yeah, it also depends on what graphics setting and games you are playing but an RTX 2060 would be just fine.
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