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This is a thread where you can post pictures of your gaming setup.

 

I will post mine soon as well. But it i have a headache and cba to get the camera, get a picture, put it on my pc, upload it and post it right now.

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All you'd see in a picture of mine is a bunch of wires leading to a USB hub, an external HDD, external DVD burner, and a laptop sitting on it's cooler...

 

Better would be posting the details of the computers and their peripherals... For example:

 

Dell 1558 Laptop

Intel i5-450m processor

6GB 1333 DDR3 RAM at 7-7-7-20 timing

500GB Seagate Momentus 7200RPM

1TB ESATAII HDD (Hitachi Deskstar HDD in enclosure)

Radeon Mobility 5470 with 2GB dedicated GDDR5 RAM

1366x768x60 max monitor settings

Logitech G700 Gaming Mouse

Rosewill external keypad

ASUS external DVD burner

 

Much more informative of the capabilities of the system, don't you think?

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All you'd see in a picture of mine is a bunch of wires leading to a USB hub, an external HDD, external DVD burner, and a laptop sitting on it's cooler...

 

Better would be posting the details of the computers and their peripherals... For example:

 

Dell 1558 Laptop

Intel i5-450m processor

6GB 1333 DDR3 RAM at 7-7-7-20 timing

500GB Seagate Momentus 7200RPM

1TB ESATAII HDD (Hitachi Deskstar HDD in enclosure)

Radeon Mobility 5470 with 2GB dedicated GDDR5 RAM

1366x768x60 max monitor settings

Logitech G700 Gaming Mouse

Rosewill external keypad

ASUS external DVD burner

 

Much more informative of the capabilities of the system, don't you think?

 

Well some people just can't get enough pictures of cables... ;D

 

Wait a minute, scratch that statement. Anyway, your description is most informative, that thing must have cost a lot.

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that thing must have cost a lot.

$780 for the laptop (back to school sale)

$90 for the mouse

$40 each for the external drives

$20 for the USB hub

$20 for the laptop cooler

 

Total: $1010

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IMO the $90 was well worth it. I can't see how I ever did any gaming without it...

 

Oh BTW, it auto-adjust the sensitivity of the mouse sensor for different games...

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That tower is huge! I like the eerie blue glow. What's with all the cables to the left of the case?

 

looks like all the power cables to power up everything from montors, pc(which he has the antec 1200) and additional stuff

 

here's mine with pics yay

 

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Stats:

Antec 900 Tower Case

Windows 7 x64 Home Pemiunm

Amd Phenom 9950 Quad-Core 2.60Hz(15% overcloked)

Ati Radeon 4870 512 MB

6GB DDR2 1066Hz

500W Power supply

4 HDD (C:160GB D:640GB E:320GB F:232GB Total size 1274GB (1TB,256GB))

7 Fans (4 Tower, 1 Power supply 1 Processor, 1 Graphics card)

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2.67 GHz i7 920

6 (3x 2) GB DDR3-1066

1 GB AMD HD 5770

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

SoundBlaster X-Fi Fatal1ty

698 (G:\) + 931 (F:\) + 232 (C:\) GB hard disk space

21.5" LG monitor @ 1920x1080, TN panel

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That tower is huge! I like the eerie blue glow. What's with all the cables to the left of the case?

Power cables for the computer, my tv and my consoles for the most part.

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All these AMDs... I am so disappointed in you all...

 

I will never buy another AMD processor, or a computer with an AMD processor in it. (I used to have one, but their modern stuff sucks)

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Never used a modern AMD CPU, but their HD 5770 GPU works great and fast for me.

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Here's a couple pics of my system...

 

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Some of my hard copies of games make nice stands for my peripherals...

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Here's my rig (pictures were taken with an iPod with extremely poor lighting, my canon XTi isn't here yet .)

 

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Specs:

 

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 2.93 GHz 3MB L2 cache

RAM: 4 GB DDR2 PC-6400 Corsair XMS2

Mobo: cheapass G31

GPU: ATI Radeon HD 5770

HDD: Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB 7,200 RPM

Disc drive: Cheapass DVDRW/CDR

Case: Cooler Master CM 690 II

PSU: Antec TruePower Trio 550w

Gamepad: Logitech Dual Action USB

 

Built in early 2010

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Wow, first Alyxx, then me, and now Luis? The HD 5770 is popular around these parts.

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Wow, first Alyxx, then me, and now Luis? The HD 5770 is popular around these parts.

 

Well it used to be the top mid range card out there some weeks ago... I purchased this when my 8800GTS 640mb died. a bit of an upgrade . Mine is a sapphire, what's yours?

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