Discussion in 'Computing, Science, and Technology' started by savage24x, Apr 14, 2012.
oh ok I dunno and don't really care
Dell Vostro 3500
i3 clocked @ 2.40ghz
4GB DDR3 RAM
Windows 7 Professional, Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Ubuntu 10.11, Mac OSX Lion
AMD Athlon II X2 M300
3 GB RAM
Asus X53SV-RH51Intel Core i5 2430M @ 2.4GHz (Up to 3GHz via Turbo Boost)6GB DDR-1333 SDRAM640GB SATA HD 5400RPMDVD±RW/CD-RW Drive5-in-1 Memory Card ReaderNvidia GeForce GT 540M (1GB Video Memory)0.3MP WebcamRealtek HD AudioGigabit LAN 10/100/1000MbpsWLAN 802.11b/g/n15.6" Widescreen HD LCD (1366x768 resolution)6-Cell BatteryWindows 7 Professional x64 (came with Home Premium x64 preinstalled)I am considering to eventually increase hard drive space (possibly to 1TB) and RAM (which can only support up to 8GB. )
8GB of RAM to me is enough
I meant that in comparison to my current 6GB of RAM, 8GB will probably not be a noticeable difference as opposed to 16GB or so.
I just Hackintoshed one of those... Snow Leopard 10.6.3.
I'm building my baby tomorrow.
CPU - i7-2600k (I don't want Ivy Bridge)
GPU - ATI Radeon 6870 HD
RAM - 2x4GB Ripjaws High Performance
HDD - 500GB
PSU - 800W Evo Labs Switching Power Supply
CASE - xCase i9
5 months of work paid for this
Nice build, but where do you work? 5 months to buy a $1k (at most) computer?
Also, why are you getting that PSU? Never heard of Evo Lab.
I work at a local computer shop and I put in a lot of work. I also develop apps for them.
I got the PSU when another computer shop was closing on the high street, and they had 50% off everything. I was ill so I came in a little too late, and my boss had bought almost all their stock. I, however, noticed the 800w PSU lying there for £75, now at £37.50 and got it. Next day I showed it to my boss and he wasn't impressed. Turns out he was looking for one and completely missed it.
And that's why I still have that PSU.
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