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What's Your Setup?
#1
Hey guys, I don't think I have a picture available at the moment, but I will add some in later down the road.

What's your setup?
What are the specs on your machine's?
How many monitors do you have?
etc?

My PC, I made myself in the beginning of this school year. It was the first time building my own machine, and it was awesome.

It's a Mini-ITX Bitfenix Prodigy M case, with 32GB DDR4 ram, a GTX1070, and a 6700k Intel i7.

It's the best machine I've ever owned, and was a blast building. Of course, I have an LED strip(Sorry No Pics ATM).

As far as storage, I have a 2TB HDD, and a tiny 256GB SSD, for the OS, and photoshop and stuff...

As far as monitors go, I have 3.
All of them are 25 inch dells, different models though :/.

I like to have the two outside monitors landscape style, like normal. Then, one in the middle portrait(sideways) for messing with code.

Show, and tell me about your setup. 
What are you rocking?!
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#2
Here's a list of my specs, dual monitor is all I got. :p

https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/di...5911115600
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(04-28-2017, 12:14 AM)Thunder Wrote: Here's a list of my specs, dual monitor is all I got. :p

https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/di...5911115600

You have another drive too, I'm guessing? I'm running at 4.2ghz as well. We don't have too much different, other than I've got a 1070, and 32gb of ddr4(overkill).
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I've got an MSI RX 550 Aero, AMD A8 9600, MSI pro-vh plus A320M, 1 TB Western Digital black HDD, 120 GB PNY C9000 SSD, 4GB DDR4 @ 2400MHz.

My 550 is overclocked to +15% GPU core frequency, 1850 MHz memory clock, +75% power draw through PCIe. I'm getting rid of the 550 and the A8 soon though, replacing the A8 with a Ryzen 2400G and the 550 with a 580 (or a 480, depending on how much I feel like shelling out in the end). Also replacing the C9000 with an EVO 970 NVMe, and the motherboard will be replaced (not sure with what though). Also buying another memory module (not replacing, just getting another one).

And to top it all off, no case at all. Just a piece of cardboard.
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