Discussion in 'Technology' started by SuperOrangeOre, Jan 21, 2021.
thats nothing i play on an nokia 5180i its great for cakewars
yeah so i dont have the best gaming setupd
-DS lite w/ window 95 operating system
-who needs a new keyboard when u can use 1950s typewriter
-and i use a dead rat that i found in back of my car last year, but the left click is kinda broken. trying to save up for a hamster, or maybe an opossum if i'm lucky. i prefer wireless because i dont have a lot of room for extra cords
After using an old crappy Dell prebuild for years, this summer I finally got a half decent pc
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600
Mobo: Gigabyte B450M DS3H
GPU: Radeon RX 570
Ram: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB
SSD: 512GB SSD
Case: NZXT H510 (love this thing)
Now onto my other stuff
Monitors: 1 Dell 1 Hp 60hz, got them pretty cheap
Keyboard: Glorious Modular Mechanical Keyboard (GMMK) TKL (tenkeyless)
Mouse: Glorious Model D, matte black
Mic: AT2020 USB+
Headphones: HyperX Cloud Alpha
My pc is meh but I dont mind, I mostly play minecraft and other games barely dip below 60fps so its good enough for me. When I upgrade I usually chose stuff like mouse keyboard headphones instead.
Intel core 10700K
GeForce RTX 3070 (founders)
WD Black SN850
Corsair vengeance LPX 4x 8GB
Westinghouse 27" 144hz monitor
(I don't care much about keyboards and mice)
Alienware advanced gaming mouse.
Oh, and I have an old HPw2207h it was my old monitor I use it as a 2nd monitor.
Everything I built myself.
I use it to play Minecraft with RTX and Microsoft flight sim 2020 for that I have a x56 HOTAS
I built my computer (motherboard standoffs and cables are enough to send me into a coma).
CPU: Ryzen 2700X
GPU: RTX 2060X Super
Storage: A samsung 500GB SSD
RAM: 16GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX.
As for my keyboard, mouse etc.
I use the Corsair VOID for my headphones (highly recommend, second best headset ever owned)
I have a Corsair K70 LUX, red switches, but I will be moving to a Ducky Mini M
CPU: Ryzen 2600X
GPU: GTX 1660 Ti
RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX
Storage: WD Blue 500GB SSD
Mobo: B450 Tomahawk
Case: NZXT H510
PSU: Corsair 650W
A few bequiet fans also
Monitor: Acer SB220Q
Keyboard: Corsair K68
Mouse: Logitech G502
GPU - GALAX GTX 1060
CPU - i5 9400f
16gb DDR4 Ram
ASUS Rog Strix Z490-H Motherboard
Logitech G915 tkl
G Pro Wireless Superlight
G Pro x Wireless headset
Satin Red Blue Yeti microphone
AOC AGON AG322FCX1 Monitor
Love my setup but probably spent a little more than necessary on the peripherals. Okay, maybe a lot more.
You definitely won't find me playing your typical triple-A games, so it's more than sufficient for Minecraft and other school tasks.
Really interesting to see the variety of computers people are using.
CPU - R5 3600
GPU - MSI RTX 2070 super
RAM - Crucial Ballistix Sport 16gb DDR4, 3833 MHz
SSD - Samsung Evo M2 (512 GB)
HDD - Seagate Barracuda (1 TB)
Motherboard - MSI B450 Tomahawk Max
Monitor: Acer Nitro VG271 Pbmiipx 27" 144hz
Keyboard: Corsair K68 (MX Red)
Mouse: Logitech G703 Wireless
I do actually think that my setup isn't that bad for 2021, and I'm planning to get a second monitor soon.
16 GB RAM
500 GB SSD
1 TB HDD
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 (laptop)
Mouse: Logitech G502 lightspeed
Keyboard: Corsair K95 RGB Platinum
Those are my specs
RTX 2070 Super
32GB RAM (Upgraded from 16GB)
1.5TB SSD Storage (Upgraded from 512GB)
1080p 240HZ Screen
Mouse: Glorious Model O
Keyboard: The one built in on my laptop
I got this laptop last year, and I have been super happy with it. It was magical going from my previous laptop (dual core i3/Intel HD Graphics/4GB RAM) to this beast.
I use a desktop computer that I built myself in the early summer of 2017.
CPU: Ryzen 7 1700X
GPU: Radeon RX 550
RAM: 16gb DDR4-3200mhz
SSD: 250gb SATA SSD
Motherboard: Socket AM4 w/ Chipset B350 from MSI (Arctic, I believe).
Keyboard: Logitech G413 Silver
Mouse: Steelseries Sensei RAW
Display: HP 25es; 1080p 60hz IPS
Headphones: Audiotechnica ATH-M20X
Microphone: Blue Yeti
My computer is fairly excessive, but it was built in response to the frustrations I had with my Macbook before I built it. It didn't have enough CPU power, so I gave it an insane CPU. It was always running out of RAM, so I got way more RAM than I could ever use. My GPU is fairly dinky, but that's because I didn't want to spend money on a GTX 10XX series GPU since I was waiting for the next generation, but by the time they came out (and now that I can afford them), scalping and inventory shortages are so awful I'm just sorta living with it.
macbook and im still better than ppl with 3000 fps
CPU: AMD A8-7650K Radeon R7, 10 Compute Cores with 3 cores.
Disk: Seagate Barracuda A1 SSD ZA240CV10001
GPU: GTX 1050 TI
Gaming Mouse (7200 DPI & 7 Programmable Button) DPI, Polling rate etc.
Still going to try and find the name for my microphone aha! But it is a gaming one.
Victizing Gaming Keyboard RGB & Metallic.
I'm getting a new PC in the future though with better specs, hopefully!
Mouse: Razer Deathadder Expert
Keyboard: Razer Cynosa Chroma
Monitor: MSI Optix AG32CQ 144Hz 2560x1440px
Headset: Razer Man O' War
CPU: Intel Core I5-9400F (2.90 GHz)
GPU: MSI RTX 2060 Super
RAM: 32GB T-Force VulkanZ (DDR4 I do believe IDK)
Disks: I have four disk drives, forgot their names though.
I just got a new PC so I'm excited to show it off here!
Mouse: Razer Viper Ultimate
Keyboard: Razer Ornata v2
Monitors: MSI Optix G241 144Hz 24" and Dell S2421HGF 144Hz 24"
Headset: Lenovo Legion H300
CPU: Intel i7 10700K
GPU: Nvidia RTX 3070
RAM: 32GB UDIMM ARMOR DDR4 3200MHz
I'm just curious, how are you liking the Ornata? As a former Ornata user for around three years I started to get very annoyed with the switches because over time they would just bend on their own and not click anymore. Now I did have the original model, so there might be a difference in quality but, I'm not too sure. I've since switched to a Blackwidow Elite and I love it a lot. But, we all have our preference!
I really like it at the moment. I have only had it for a couple of weeks so probably not enough time for the switches to bend on their own as you said, but we will see. One of the main reasons I got it was budget, I had just spent a lot of money on my PC and couldn't afford to pay much more but in a year or two I may upgrade it if this is the case as obviously there are much better keyboards out there.
Yeah, budget was my reason for purchasing that keyboard at the time. Though, again, there might be a difference in build quality for the first and second models, but I can't confirm. Aside from the downsides when I used it, It still is a really cool looking keyboard.
how did you get your rtx? I've been looking for one for the past few months and its always out of stock everywhere I look