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Whats inside it?

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Corsair 16 GB Ram, Western Digital 4 TB hard drive, Cooler master V8 GTS, Asus motherboard, Radion GPU, I7CPU, That's all the details I remember I built it over 4 years ago.

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Its a beautiful machine. Have you had any issues with it. I think ASUS motherboards are the best bang for the buck.

I prefer AMD over intel they are just faster. You have to keep them cool but who cares I want FAST!

The newest motherboards have M.2 pcie hard drives they are smoking cool. It speeds up everything. They actually mount to the motherboard. On that Threadripper @lovenfreedom has there is one of them and a 1+0 raid . It boots windows or Linux in under 15 seconds.

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I wanted a AMD. But the motherboard was not compatible with it for some reason. The only issue was that Windows 10 messed up my computer a few times. I have to reinstall everything. I don't like the CD drive the software sucks. Other than that it's been great. When I first got my PC together it installed windows 8 in three munutes. After windows 10 came along I've had issues.
M.2 PCIE? Never heard of it. I guess I'm behind on the newest tech.
I am no means a computer expert. I Got the parts and watched a youtube video on how to put a computer together. I think it was a Newegg video.
It took me a while to figure out how to put it together so that tells you that I'm not an expert.

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Its cool that you tried most people would not even attempt to do something like that! Now you know you can do it.

Every motherboard has a certain socket and that socket usually only fits one or two processor styles from one manufacturer.
Actually if your going to build another one first decide on the processor you want then read the requirements and build from there.
Its really not that big of a deal if you can read and comprehend you got it!

I didn't build @lovenfreedoms threadripper because mining has made GPUs so expensive I could not build it myself cheaper then Cyberpowerpc could build it for me. She has 2 -12 GB GPUs SLI it saved me 1500 dollars and my time to let Cyberpowerpc build it.

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Yeah, I heard GPU prices are through the roof because of mining. I probably won't ever build another computer again lol. It hurts my brain!

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Nice

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Thank you!

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Haha most excellent!

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Thank you.

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Thank you!

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@cosmiccrimes That pc you build is a beast, awsome.
using it for gaming purposes?
Is it cheaper to build it yourself? or did you do it so you could upgrade little by little?
I tried it once but once I replaced cpu and gpu I needed more watts and after i replaced the powersource for a better one, it got overheated so I needed a new cooler. Never doing that again!

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I built this computer four years ago. It took me six months to get all the parts. At the time it was cheaper to build your own computer. I spent 2 or 3 G altogether. If I bought a computer with the same specs it would be 5 g easy. I dont have a real high paying job or anythging. What I did was sold a bunch of stuff on ebay to help. worked an extra shift. Anyway because of Crypto mining the prices of GPU has shot up!
I did play some games, but I haven't in quite a while.
Well, about your overheating problem. What you should have done is take all the parts you wanted and see how much watts all those components needed. Then you can see how many watt powerblock you need. Now I use the Cooler master system V8 they are awsome, but hard to install on certain motherboards.

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I know now, but that was way back in like 2005 and I was like 15 years old and eager so when I did that I didnt bother to google upfront, just bought it and tried to build them in. after a few long hours and eventually (with some help) I got it in only to find out I had to buy more stuff haha.
I can do it now, but I dont value a fast computer anymore. all I do is internet (steemit streaming and sometimes some low spec games).
V8 sounds like a really fast cooler haha (get it? as in v8 engine).
have a nice weekend mate!

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Sounds like you were overly enthusiastic and rushed in too fast.
And yes I will have a good weekend. And you have one as well.

It's been a month since I got this same carbide spec case with all the gaming goodies like the gtx 1080, HDD/SSD combo, 12 gigs of ram, etc.
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(got the picture from google but it looks exactly the same as mine with tempered glass and red lights)

I got it just to stream games on Dlive since my laptop couldn't keep up anymore. It's been working wonders for my gaming channel though, pumping out great looking gameplay on the daily! haha it was def worth the price too since Fortnite isn't going anywhere anytime soon, so more content for me to stream :P

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btw, has @berniesanders ever tried Fortnite?

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$1500 always looks nice in any shape or form :P lol

Just watching the game is interesting if the right players get together. Just wondering if there would be any interest to watch some competitive tournament hosted on Steemit? like would you personally care enough to watch people play Fortnite for Steem/SBD prizes?

I have a computer. Dell corei3 5th generetion.
And I use another one HP core i5 6th generetion.

ASUS laptop. Runs pretty much everything, gets a bit hot while gaming.

HP Laptop and what kind do you have

We are seeing you today a lot more than usual

seems like you are in a good mood today

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I've got a custom, water cooled desktop that I use as well as a MBP.

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Forget about the question I asked ;)

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Whats MBP?

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MacBook Pro

I have very slow , computer ,and that is why i got notification 9 minute late!

I use my phone to blog, very pathetic but I can't quit.

17 inches of macbook pro from 2009 baby 😎

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I've still got my 15" 2007 macbook pro, running Snow Leopard! I had the hard drive changed to an ssd about 3 years ago, and something got corrupted and it needs the Snow Leopard disk to fix it, only the disk and the ssd drive don't see each other. But it still works very well anyway! I used it that way for about two years before getting a 2016 version of the 2012 macbook pro.

Mac's are da bomb!

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Haha, dope. Ya i swapped the drive and added ram a few yrs bk too!.

Gotta say wks pretty well still. Definitely got my $ worth.

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Can’t imagine a windows machine performing as well

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Oh for sure not. It would be so bugged out and practically unusable haha

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I also use a 2007 MacBook Pro with an SSD and it's stunning still....It's used for Linux and Win7 and is absolutely rock solid, I hate Apple OSs !

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I’ve been thinking about putting Linux on it. Never dealt with Linus before and am curious to check it out.

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Lol, i know... i’m gona hold onto it as long as i can, need to find a dinosaur of a battery tho now! It i unplug it for 30 min she dies 😂

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Can buy non-original batteries and chargers quite cheaply here in Thailand....the air fare sucks though ;-)

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Lol. Ya i bet on both of those accounts. Although i’d really like to make it out there!

An old i3 that isn’t quite working properly. So mostly I use my smartphone like I do now iPhone 6s.

No PC. Only 2 laptops ASUS
One i3 and one i7

An old Dell product that is not serving again

Dell Inspiron 15R... such a standard laptop which drains her battery every 3 hrs for 6 months n comes down to 30min

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I have an Intel I5 5th generation laptop. Don't have a PC.

I am a poor guy. I have a desktop computer which I had bought from the second hand market in 2012. It is old and second hand but still working.

I have Crosshair motherboard with AMD 5000x 2 processor in a Beautiful Dragon case I built 8 years ago.

Its still faster than almost everything you can buy. I have so many fans on it to keep it cool we call it the vacuum. It actually warms the entire room about 10 degrees.
The Threadripper I had cyberpowerpc build the wife is a dream machine.

I originally built the crosshair pc to mine bitcoin in 2009.

I have a threadripper hubby had it custom built for me. Watercooled too.

Must have a desktop for everyday use... Can I see your setup?

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I like your case.

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Yours looked really cool too!

That one has AMD Ryzen Threadripper. With 16 cores, 32 threads, 64 PCIe® Gen3 lanes, 1 TB SSD RAID 0, NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1080, one 512GB Samsung M.2 SSD PCIE NVME, Kingston DDR4 RAM. MoBo is GIGABYTE AORUS X399

Boots really fast. So far nothing slows it down. Really great for rendering videos.

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Sounds awesome. I'm not a computer expert, I winged it making mine. I wished I have a good graphics card like yours. I should have saved a little more for a better GPU.

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Threadripper is sick!

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Thanks, I like it. It rips :)

a 5 year old HP notebook i7 that still runs real good, and a surface pro 3 i5

at work I get all the inside scoop of everything going on in the tech space.

Its amazing what these masters of industry are doing.

Commodore C64

Mac Air

Old bucket..

Laptop that I bought ~5 years ago for around 350$ that today works like this:

A very crappy desktop that I bought in 2010

Self built i7 a few years old, Still going strong.

What kind of computer do you have.

MacBook pro at home.

hp gen6 server w/32gb ram
imac
couple shitty laptops
couple shitty dev boxes
i let the server do all the powerhouse shit

My personal machine is a 2017 13" MBP, the "family" machine is an i7 Alienware Alpha running Windows. I also have a Raspberry Pi 3+ that I use as an AirPlay receiver on the living room stereo and as a proxy tunnel so I can do some stuff during the day that the workplace doesn't condone.

A personal computer!

a Toshiba satellite laptop with i7. I have it for 5 years and still everything runs smoothly!

pemtiun 4 I don't know how it works yet, it's a little slow hahaha

A Benq desktop computer, not very new but does its job

A very annoying lenovo </3

CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0 GHz
CPU Cooling: Corsair H80iGT
Motherboard: MSI Z170A GAMING PRO
RAM: HyperX 16GB DDR4
Graphics: MSI GeForce GTX 970 4GB
Power Supply: Fractal Design 750W
Hard Drive: Samsung 850-Series EVO 250GB

MOUSE: Razer Deathadder Elite
MOUSE PAD: QPAD CT Large
KEYBOARD: An Old JunkBoard
HEADSET: HyperX Cloud II
SCREEN: BenQ XL2411Z
SCREEN: Old BenQ something something

None. I do everything on my Samsung S8+

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I built the PC with some I5, GTX 1070, 12gb ram, 250gb ssd, 4tb hdd and stuff 2 years ago right when the Nvidia's 10-series came out. Also, I have one almost new laptop for school

its got a metal box which goes whirrrr and heats up, a clickty clack word pad...and mousey.....also a mini tv..

Lenovo Z500 with touch screen! My beautiful collegue since 2013 and still perfect

hi bernie, i have one like this.

IMG_20180906_215114.jpg Virglen my phone camera is bad

i7 6700k
Zotac AMP Extreme1080
16 GB Gskill Trident Z 3200
4 TB HDD
512 GB SSD Sandisc Ultra II

Build by myselfe

http://www.sysprofile.de/id103170

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And an XMG PRO 17 Gaming Laptop
17" UHD ISP Gsync Display
I7 7700Q
16 GB Hyper X 2400
2TB FireCuda SHDD with 8 GB SSD RAM
250 GB Samsung 860 EVO SSD

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I’m using a old MacBook Pro 2012 and just added an new 512 SSD, 16GB ram and a new battery and I’m sure she’ll be fine to run a few more years! I’ll use this old gal till she burns out

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My PC is prehistoric hahaha, an intel pentium 2.0 Ghz, Corsair 2 Gigabytes of RAM, 500 hard drive and a video card Nvidea Gforce, but I love it :D

Iphone SE

Or doesn't that count as computer?

MSI GT70 PC Dominator.

Just an iPad Pro

one with a blue screen

I have Mac book pro but most of the time my son watching Baby Joy Joy in it.

I have a Lenovo G50-30 laptop, it'd got 4gb Ram and 1TB Rom

I have Hp probook 4530s and i have been it from 3 years and i am very much impressed by the performance. @berniesanders.

15 inch Macbook pro.
Lovin every minute of it! What song is that from? That's the only part of the song that comes to mind, lol
Edited to add: Now I remember, McDonald's! mcdoh...

Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 with noisy cpu fan and really bad hard drive. Definitely the best part of my shitty PC is my Thermaltake PC case - Matrix 'black&alu'.
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I use Samsung 900X4D.

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a witness server ;)

Built it my own. Nothing fancy but try it with all the AAA title in 2k resolutin settings, you will be amazed.

HP,Asus,Dell,Lonovo etc are computer and laptops.

An Old IBM... not really but close enough.

AMD Athlon II x4 2.8GHz.
6gb ddr2 ram
1TB Seagate barracuda 7200 rpm
AMD 7770 gpu

I have Compaq laptop

This, when Steem hits $10.

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MSI - 17.3" Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 32GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 - 1TB Solid State Drive + 128GB Solid State Drive

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You have Win10 on it? What do you use for dev?

Hey bernie, I just have a windows laptop and a desktop in my room that I am working towards eventually utilizing to run my solar power mining system. The start of a solar powered mining datacenter that will be able to run mining rigs, pools, and other crypto related services on green energy. Cheers man,

DX-486-100 with a 400MB hard drive.

Mine is an Hp Compaq

I have Elitebook ,intel coi5 HP laptop

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I use a simple throw-away laptop, to connect to argus car security, unit 8200 datacenters worldwide and steemit ofcourse.

I have a state of the art black plastic larger box that runs on a substance that is driven through power lines, they call it electricity. Not really sure what it is used for, they say some sort of communication. The problem is that I can not figure out how to get the electricity to run it. There are three prongs on the side and a button in the front. Can you help?

Hp Probook 6460b seems an awesome computer and believe you me it works smoothly too ;)

A shitty Mac fml

I have Lifebook T series (Fujitsu) with:

  • Intel Core2 Duo CPU T9550 @ 2.66 GHz
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 50 GB HDD

I think it's from 2009.

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An acer chromebook 15, dell e7440 ultrabook i7, and an older desktop (i5 I think) that I barely use.

I've got different types..
..also like this:
http://trayan.info/category/digital/8bit/programming/

I am extremely Internet #savy not computer, But Mine is Core i5, 8 GB RAM & 1 TB Hard Drive.

It's good for playing games that I like. Nothing special but capable of playing new games on low settings. :D