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By Kirk Hamilton on 12 Jul 2014 at 3:
Gaming PCs are like snowflakes: Sometimes they
melt. Also, no two are exactly the same.
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Submitted: 07/14/2014
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User avatar #14 - mrnaanbread (07/15/2014) [+] (12 replies)
Extra RAM downloaded.
Full paid-for Winrar.
Norton Antivirus.
Bring it.
User avatar #10 - ecalycptus (07/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
0.002 MIPS @ 2.25 MHz
16K Magnetic drum CAB500
8 Mb LCS (Large Capacity Storage for you plebs)
System/360 Mainboard
EBCDIC 800 NRZI 1600 PE
Nine track 1250000 RPM

Try to beat my baby
User avatar #33 to #10 - adu ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Last time someone told me that, I got arrested. Not falling for that one again.
#19 - kelp ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
Some CPU
A lot of RAM
That one graphics card that's pretty cool
A rad looking motherboard
Hard disk

Pic related
#30 - gameshredder (07/15/2014) [+] (10 replies)
My brother stole my parts list to build his. Same case and all.

I'm still mad about it.
User avatar #38 - ass (07/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I'd tell you what's inside my PC, but I don't wanna be an ass about it.


Also I primarily use it to play online dressup games, so I have no idea why I paid this much money for a pc like this. #worthit
User avatar #60 - wertgf ONLINE (07/15/2014) [+] (5 replies)
512MB RAM
i3 processor
no graphics card
no sound card
lots of fans
1GB storage space
500$ case
User avatar #54 - PubLandlord (07/15/2014) [+] (1 reply)
All these people with their souped up facebook machines
User avatar #58 to #54 - letmetouchyourboob (07/15/2014) [-]
***** we aint discussing macbooks here.
#98 - semantic (07/15/2014) [-]
**semantic rolled image**
Intel Hexium 10000Hz
40 RAMs
One floppy disk storage
Integrated graphics card
$5000 case with banana emblem

I usually run facebook on 3 tabs smoothly unless it rains
#119 - butakun (07/15/2014) [-]
Talked to a tech in a computer repair shop a couple years ago who told me this story.

The shop custom built a top-tier (for the time... this was like 2009 or so) gaming rig for some guy: quad-SLI graphics card setup, tons of ram, high-end quad-core, everything overclocked, the works. Couple months later, the guy comes in saying that the time in Windows keeps displaying wrong every time he restarts. The tech pretty quickly determines that the system clock isn't staying set, which usually means somethings wrong with the coin-cell battery on the motherboard.

Turns out, the guy's quad-SLI video card setup was running so hot it melted the motherboard battery.

So yes. Sometimes gaming PCs melt.
#113 - MikeTheSkunk (07/15/2014) [+] (2 replies)
there's some knives
User avatar #97 - gigamuffin (07/15/2014) [-]
Lots of funny green rectangles
A big metal rectangle
Colorful little tubes
Lots of golden lines
A spinny propeller
Lots of silver dots
A hamster wheel
The skeleton of said hamster
User avatar #28 - jaegarbombastic (07/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
-3 year old piece of crap HP laptop.

Get on my level.
User avatar #32 to #28 - meanberry (07/15/2014) [-]
6yo crap laptop, ypu filthy casual
#116 - mooproxy (07/15/2014) [+] (2 replies)
On the subject of Gaming PCs, would this be a good setup?
Processor: i7 Quad Core 2.5GHz
RAM: 8GB
Graphics: GTX 870M 6GB
#115 - ettne (07/15/2014) [-]
AMD phenom II 965
ASUS 7770
ASUS m5a97
4x2GB corsair vengeance, 4x2GB patriot viper
2TB seagate barracuda
some cooler master power supply (i think)
User avatar #88 - firuswolf (07/15/2014) [-]
My roommate has 1 $1200 gaming pc he got with parent's money and he lets it sit in dust, I have a $500 hunk of hardward that functions at medium settings but I care for like a child... And mine runs nicer for that!
#86 - jasonhasnolife (07/15/2014) [-]
Im on a ....
Two processor core
2.0 GB memory
500GB Hard drive
NVIDIA GeForce 7300LE graphics card
Wireless keyboard and LAN
RUNNING ************* WINDOWS XP *************
beat that **** .
User avatar #52 - hhanako (07/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
nvidia geforce gt630 2gb
intel core 2 duo 3.0 ghz
4 gb ram

160 gb dive for the os, 750 gb drive for everything else
#51 - Womens Study Major (07/15/2014) [-]
700mps at 225mz
8mb penis attachment
god you lot sound like such a bunch of cunts
User avatar #47 - grimindreamland (07/15/2014) [-]
Got 2 alright ones
First is
Thor v2 full tower case
Gigabyte A88x Mobo
Richland 6800 4 core cpu @ 4.4 ghz
gtx 760 2gb ddr5 gpu
1tb 64 cache hd
120 ssd with Win7 os
Asus all in one reader/writer cd/dvd
i700 coolermaster 700w ps
16gb ddr3 2133 oc team vulcan ram

2nd is
Zalman mid tower case
A7x i think Asus mobo
Intel P 2 core, @ 2ghz cpu
Gtx 650ti oc 1gb ddr5 gpu
500 gb 32 cache hd
120gb ssd win7 os
asus all in one reader/writer cd/dvd
i500 cooler master 500w ps
Coolermaster water cooling system
8gb ddr3 1600 team vulcan ram
User avatar #13 - trollchildxy (07/15/2014) [+] (9 replies)
-Asus P8Z68 Motherboard
-Intel i5 2500k (O.C. from stock 3.5 to 4.6 with an Intel L.C. Heatsink)
-Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 ti 1GB video memory.
-2x4GB DDR3 RAMCorsair Vengeance (Blue)
-64GB Crucial SSD (For the OS and other important programs)
-1TB Western Digital Black HDD (For all my junk)
-800W CoolerMaster Modular Power Supply (I only need like 550 with my build, but i swap parts a lot, always like that small buffer)
-4 x 120mm Coolermaster Fans (Blue LEDs)

All wrapped up in a VERY common NZXT Phantom 410.
User avatar #24 to #13 - goldenfairy (07/15/2014) [-]
-Asus Z87-Pro Motherboard
-Intel i7 4770K without OC
-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770
-2x4GB DDR3 Corsair (1600 Mhz)
-128GB SSD (500 MB/s read/write) for OS/etc
-1TB HDD (100 MB/s read/write) for other stuff
-Some 800W modular power supply
-Big CoolerMaster heatsink with 2x fans (though it doesn't seem to help much)

Even slight OC (setting all cores to 4 GHz) brings CPU to +100 C on max workload.
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