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PC specs (new pc)



Nvidia Geforce GTX 780
Intel i7
Windows 8 Ultimate (Beta)
15GB Ram
1.5TB Hard Drive
Xpelair external fan
Custom rainbow LEDs
Razer Electra Headphones/Mic
Roccat Lua Mouse
Madcatz Cyborg V7 Keyboard
Corsair Hydro Water Cooler


All from a job at McDonalds working at the drive thru...
 

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Oh shizniz I forgot the motherboard!
Gigabyte Z87-G1 Sniper 5 S1150 Intel Z87 DDR3 ATX
See I posted the whole thing, happy? Lol.
 

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You never posted the model of the i7. And you can't have 15GB of RAM. That is a lie.
Not true. You can scale the ram to what you want it to be, its not needed to be a multiple of two. There's 1GB sticks as well as 3GB sticks (old windows XP days could only support 3GB max, so people thought it was a good idea to make them)

As well, use SSD's, hard drives are the largest bottleneck, most people think they're PC's are slow because the CPU or RAM is not fast/large enough, this is wrong, most of the times (unless you use a windows 95 w/ pentium III box) its the hard drive that is not able to deliver data fast enough to the processor, and therefore not allowing the PC to operate at full capacity, this is also called I/O Wait.

I have a MacBook that boots in 4 seconds from cold to the desktop, way to go with the SSD's :)
 

Monkey360

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Not true. You can scale the ram to what you want it to be, its not needed to be a multiple of two. There's 1GB sticks as well as 3GB sticks (old windows XP days could only support 3GB max, so people thought it was a good idea to make them)

As well, use SSD's, hard drives are the largest bottleneck, most people think they're PC's are slow because the CPU or RAM is not fast/large enough, this is wrong, most of the times (unless you use a windows 95 w/ pentium III box) its the hard drive that is not able to deliver data fast enough to the processor, and therefore not allowing the PC to operate at full capacity, this is also called I/O Wait.

I have a MacBook that boots in 4 seconds from cold to the desktop, way to go with the SSD's :)
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INTEL Core i7-3970X Extreme Edition - Sandy Bridge - 3.5 GHz - Cache L3 15 MB - Socket LGA 2011
calmmmm sgt calmmm
 

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Not true. You can scale the ram to what you want it to be, its not needed to be a multiple of two. There's 1GB sticks as well as 3GB sticks (old windows XP days could only support 3GB max, so people thought it was a good idea to make them)
Find me a mobo with penta channel support. Now
 
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