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  1. 1. Laptop or Desktop?

    • Laptop
    • Pre-built Desktop
    • Custom-built Desktop
  2. 2. Processor?

    • AMD FX™ series
    • AMD Athlon™ series
      0
    • AMD A-Series
      0
    • AMD Ryzen™ series
    • Intel® Pentium® series
    • Intel® Celeron® series
      0
    • Intel® Core™ (K series / unlocked)
    • Intel® Core™ (Non-K series / locked)
    • Other
  3. 3. Ram?

  4. 4. GPU? (Graphics Card)

    • Nvidia Legacy Cards(GeForce FX, MX, Vanta)
    • Nvidia GeForce 100 ~ 400 series
    • Nvidia GeForce 500 ~ 700 series
    • Nvidia GeForce 1000 series ~ Titan series
    • Nvidia Mobile GPU
    • AMD Legacy Cards
    • AMD Low-end Cards
      0
    • AMD Mid-end Cards
    • AMD High-end Cards
    • AMD Laptop Graphics
    • Other
    • Nvidia GeForce 900 series
  5. 5. Storage?

  6. 7. Overclock?

    • Yes, only CPU.
    • Yes, only GPU.
    • Yes, both CPU and GPU.
    • No.
    • What is overclocking?
  7. 8. Operating System?

    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
      0
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8/8.1
    • Windows 10
    • Other
      0

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[BLUMR]
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PC Specs Survey / Build Gallery / Tech Support Corner

 


 

As the title suggest, this survey is to gather PC Specs data within the World of Warships Asia Community in order to decide whether your Gaben power is enough to join the PC Masterrace. 

 

Choose the parts that you're using in your rig for each category in the poll section. You can also write a detailed spec sheet of your machine in this thread along with your average FPS or benchmark results. And if you want to show off your amazing build with RGB lighting that is brighter than my future, feel free to include a photo of them in the thread reply as well. 

 

For those who are looking to upgrade their PC, or are having problems with their computers in general, feel free to ask for advise here. I'm sure the peeps here will try their best to help out.

 


 

May your framerates be high and your temperatures low.


 

Edited by xDave1337x

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Under survey category GPU, there is no option for Nvidia Geforce 900 series. Therefore, those with such cards should be filing it under Others.

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Custom-built

Windows 7 64-bit

i5-760 2.8 GHz (First generation i5 series) (2010 CPU, yes)

2 sticks x 4GB RAM G.Skill 1600 Mhz (in dual-channel config)

Mid-speed Toshiba 500 GB HDD

Inno3D GT 730 2GB GDDR5

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Under survey category GPU, there is no option for Nvidia Geforce 900 series. Therefore, those with such cards should be filing it under Others.

 

Oh I didn't notice that, fixed.

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I used to overclock GPU only benchmark11 (not enough 12000 score so I not overclock now(If I got second hand 1080 I'll overclock again))

i7 6700k

GTX1060 6GB

RAM16GB

follow my signature

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Embracing the #PCMasterRace.....Nice to see.

 

I personally will be building a brand new PC in the coming months, so yeah can't wait :)

The preliminary build is:

AMD R5 1600 / I7 7700K (Depends how AMD update their BIOS before I call it)

Asus Prime B350-A / Prime Z270-A

Cosair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000mhz 8GBx2

Asus Strix GTX 1080 O8G @11Gps

WD Blue 1TB HDD

Samsung Evo SATA SSD 256/480GB

EVGA SuperNOVA 550w G2

Edited by Alvin1020

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My Rig specs are in my signature, and like Ralph says, I'm planning to switch GPU once Radeon Vega is out

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My Rig specs are in my signature, and like Ralph says, I'm planning to switch GPU once Radeon Vega is out

 

Good luck waiting for that ;)

#TeamGreen (well, at least on the GPU side of things)

Edited by Alvin1020

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Current laptop: Intel Core i5 5200U, Nvidia GeForce 930m 2GB DDR3, 8GB DDR3 1600 RAM, 5400RPM 500GB HDD

 

To be upgraded to:  Intel Core i5 5200U, Nvidia GeForce 930m 2GB DDR3, 16GB DDR3 1600 RAM, Samsung 750 EVO SSD 250GB

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Current Potato:

CPU : Intel Core i3 540 @ 3.07GHz

RAM : 4GB DDR3 @ 1333MHz

GPU : ENGT430 Core Clock @ 825MHz (overclocked)

Storage : 1 x Seagate Barracuda 500GB HDD

Motherboard : ASUS P7H55-M

PSU : iCute 500W PSU

 

Upcoming Build :

CPU : Intel i5-6600k @ 3.5GHz Base Clock (up to 3.9GHz turbo boost) - I will try to overclock it to more than 4.0GHz 

RAM : 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4

GPU : Gigabyte GeForce GTX1050Ti Windforce

Storage : 1x Crucial MX300 275GB SSD (Boot drive) + 2x 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD running in either RAID 0 or RAID 10 config

Motherboard : ASUS Strix Z270-E

PSU : Corsair RM650 Gold

Case : Corsair Carbide Series 270R

CPU Cooler : Corsair H100i

 

 

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Upcoming Build :

CPU : Intel i5-6600k @ 3.5GHz Base Clock (up to 3.9GHz turbo boost) - I will try to overclock it to more than 4.0GHz 

 

I am so triggered buy this as much as I am a #GreenTeam person.

 

Get a Ryzen 5 1600X or a R7 1700. Or if you are Team Intel (Boooooo), wait for CoffeLake i5 which will have 4C8T.

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CPU : Intel i5-6600k @ 3.5GHz Base Clock (up to 3.9GHz turbo boost) - I will try to overclock it to more than 4.0GHz 

 

I recommend i5 gen 7 it's better than 6600k newer will make it better overclock TDP will reduce a bit too

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I recommend i5 gen 7 it's better than 6600k newer will make it better overclock TDP will reduce a bit too

 

B-b-but my budget is limited :<

 

My initial plan was to get the 6600k first, and when the new gen processor gets released and the price for le 7 gen processor drops too, I'll get an i7-7700k so future compatibility will not be an issue, I could just slap in a even higher-end GPU and it'll last me even longer

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Mine is listed in my sig, but may be rebuilt for a new master race PC once I get my tax cheque in August

 

After my computer went pop mid game yesterday I've moved the build forward. Cost is Actually less than the amount of bloody tax I've paid for working over the Easter and Anzac weekends.

Deep cool dukase MATX case.
240gig SSD + 2 TB barracuda sata HDD.
Intel i7 7700 3.6mhz CPU.
MSI H270 LGAs 1151 gaming motherboard.
gygabite GTX 1080 8g GPU.
16g Corsair Ddr4 memory.
Corsair 660 modulAr PSU.
Corsair liquid cooling.
External slim did writer.
Windows 10 USB.

 

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B-b-but my budget is limited :<

 

My initial plan was to get the 6600k first, and when the new gen processor gets released and the price for le 7 gen processor drops too, I'll get an i7-7700k so future compatibility will not be an issue, I could just slap in a even higher-end GPU and it'll last me even longer

 

If you are on a Budget, the R5 1500X maybe a good idea as well. It still retains 16MB of L3 cahce and a good clock speed for a Ryzen chip.

 

But the R5 1600 is already a good 30 dollar cheaper than a 6600K in where I live (and the Skylake 6600K is 1.5 years old). And R5 has 6C/12T, meaning it will will be Wayyyyyyy more future proof than any i5 which had no hyperthreading in 2017 (F you Intel for that).

Simiar or slightly worse performance in gaming, but pretty much better in Every. Thing. Else.

 

TLDR: Get a R5 1600. Did I mention you can get a cheap B350 Motherboard and overclock it as well (The Stock cooler is good for anything OC to 3.5-3.7). Unlike the premium Z270/Z170 board you will have to get on the Intel chip. And the extra bucks for a decent cooler.

Edited by Alvin1020

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I don't know Ryzen is good or not

I didn't watch review since January this year and everyone said it's better than Intel now

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My old rig:

Core i7 920 @ 3.2Ghz (stock 2.67)

Asus P6T-SE Mobo (X58)

6Gb RAM Triple channel (3x2Gb 1600Mhz) 1333 stock

WD 1Tb SATA II HDD

Asus Strix GTX960 2Gb OC

Lian Li Silent force 850W PSU

Cooler Master Hyper 212x CPU cooler (just bought after my Corsair H60 failed)

 

All housed in an Antec 900 Two

Running Win 7 64bit

With Logitech peripherals 

X540 speakers

G430 Headset

G710+ Keyboard

G302 mouse

 

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I don't know Ryzen is good or not

I didn't watch review since January this year and everyone said it's better than Intel now

 

No it is NOT better than Intel. What AMD offers tho, is a great alternative to the Intel counterparts. Yes their IPC is still not as refined as Intel's, but AMD compensate that with the value you are getting for your money.

 

AMD Ryzen 7 offers ~90% peformance of I7 7700K in Gaming, while better at literally everything else (Video editing, Data processing etc.) due to it's higer Core and thread count. Same is true for R5 1600/1600X vs I5 7X00(K) series.

 

If you are comparing it to the enthusiast 6800/6900/6950X however though, then R7 offers insane value as these Intel top end chip are just a complete rip-off.

 

TLDR:

If you ONLY do gaming, get Intel.

If you do gaming AND something else, get AMD.

If you want performance > anything else, get Intel.

If you want value out of your $$$, get AMD. 

Edited by Alvin1020

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Man, how about this laptop? I heard that one is the best (I wish someday I will buy with my own)

Actually it's not mine but I lucky to look around it

 

This is Msi GP62 Leopard pro 

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Edited by THAI_THIEF

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I'm the only one using a pre-built?! Aww...

At least for a pre-built salvaged from a electronics scrap shop with some minor hardware upgrades, it runs pretty well for what little money I spent (better than my macbook that costs way more, that's for sure :teethhappy:)

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I'm the only one using a pre-built?! Aww...

At least for a pre-built salvaged from a electronics scrap shop with some minor hardware upgrades, it runs pretty well for what little money I spent (better than my macbook that costs way more, that's for sure :teethhappy:)

 

90% of prebuilt are pure BS.

 

Things like "GAMING GRAPHICS CARD FOR GAMERS" when it is a GT730.

Or, "4 CORES IMMERSIVE GAMING EXPERIECNE" when it is a i3 with HyperThreading.

You cannot asuure what sort of PSU they are using, what kind of motherboard, what kind of parts, nor do you know the qualities of the PC parts.

 

Bad idea to get pre-built PC. Unless you get to pick all the components.

Edited by Alvin1020

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