Shameless bragging

Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by alyphen, Mar 19, 2015.

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  1. alyphen

    alyphen Member

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    Specs:
    • Intel i7-4960X extreme (hexcore, 3.6GHz)
    • 32GB RAM (4x8GB DDR3 1866MHz Corsair Dominator Platinum modules)
    • Corsair H100i water cooling
    • EVGA NVidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics card
    • 2xSamsung 850 EVO SSDs (256GB, thinking of upgrading these to 1TB drives)
    • Seagate 2TB 7200rpm HDD
    • Asus Sabertooth X79 motherboard (Socket 2011, Intel X79, DDR3, ATX, PCI Express 3.0, USB 3.0, Thermal Armor, Asus SSD Caching)
    • Corsair CX750 750W PSU
    • Samsung 24x SATA DVD writer
    • NZXT Phantom 530 case
    Other peripherals:
    • Corsair Vengeance 2100 headset
    • Corsair K70 keyboard (Cherry MX Blue switches, LED backlit (red))
    • Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime mouse (2 thumb buttons, blue lighting)
    • iiyama prolite E2274HDS monitor (21" 1920x1080, biggest thing that fits under my shelf. May upgrade when I'm able to move out)
    OS:
    • Linux Mint 17.1 & Windows 8.1 dual boot (one on each SSD with partitioned HDD (ext4/ntfs) for data)

    It's been a couple of months, and I haven't found anything I can't run on the highest graphics settings yet. A few people have suggested Crysis 3, but I haven't got round to it yet.
    This build is a bit on the expensive side, but it's freaking amazing.
     
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  2. Atomiccheese1

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    What do you use your computer for?. Just games?
     
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    Yea well I have a laptop. So good fight
     
  5. Colourlight

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    your crazy
     
  6. kkbubble

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    Humble Brag!
     
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    ok
    nice
    very good
     
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  8. Pingu_

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    I have a laptop and somehow it runs better on a modpack than a vanilla minecraft server xD
     
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    Pings I see your a bit bored *cough*last to comment on top 5 most recent threads *cough*
     
  10. Pingu_

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    I H8 you
    (ILY <3 <3) ;) ;)
     
  11. MdsCool

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    Wow Linux mint. And nice on the 32gigs of ram and i7 processer
     
  12. WolfWhispers

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    LIL' too over the top.
     
  13. Atomiccheese1

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    isnt
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    shame
    isnt
    it
    good
    no
    yes?
    I
    dont
    care
    be
    quiet
    dont
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  14. SamueLogic

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    I JUST WANT TO EAT YOU COMPUTER, AMAZING.
     
  15. alyphen

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    Code & games mostly, although sometimes stuff like virtualisation, which is pretty resource intensive.
    Incredibly.
    Most likely the modpack bundles several optimisations which give you a better performance increase than you're losing with the extra content.
    Mint is a dream for programming stuff - gave up with Apple, they screw with your install every version upgrade, removing various development packages - although I suppose people that use Macs now are less and less developers and more and more just everyday consumers (which, in Apple's defence, is more profitable). Windows is really bad for C++ & Python, and a bit worse for Java.
    No such thing :p
     
  16. Trickmaster

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    @alyphen not trying to stalk here but how old are ya if you have a professional computer for coding and know how to program?o_O
     
  17. MdsCool

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    It says he's 18
     
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    Now you can run minecraft on 3000 FPS!
     
  19. emiraati

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    Try war thunder on the cinematic setting
     
  20. alyphen

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    18, I started programming at 12 and have been working in programming since I left school.
     
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