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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #120 on: July 02, 2017, 05:48:07 am »
Got a sweet new build since my old one died (plus I needed the upgrade)!

New specs:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1400
Motherboard: MSI B350 Tomahawk Arctic
RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4
Graphics card: Asus GeForce GTX 1060 Dual 6GB
Storage: Kingston HyperX Fury 120GB SSD, Western Digital Blue 1TB 7200RPM HDD
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650W 80+ Gold
Case: Corsair Carbide 400C White
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120V Ver.2

As for peripherals, same as before:
Keyboard: Steelseries APEX RAW
Mouse: Mad Catz R.A.T 3
Speakers: Logitech Z333
Screen: Samsung C27F591 27" 1080p curved monitor

I wanna get a Corsair K70 keyboard and M65 mouse at some point. :3
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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #121 on: July 02, 2017, 07:31:16 am »
Updated Specs:
CPU: Amd FX-6300 Black Edition 6 core@ 3.50GHz
RAM: x2 Crucial DDR3 4GB 1333MHz (total 8GB)
Motherboard: ASROCK 970 extreme 4
COOLER:Stock AMD cooler( Planning on upgrading to a Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo)
GPU: EVGA GTX 660 Superclocked
PSU CiT ATX 650W PSU
HDD: x1 290GB WD Blue Laptop Drive, x1 Seagate 500GB Laptop drive
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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #122 on: July 02, 2017, 12:06:39 pm »
Got a sweet new build since my old one died (plus I needed the upgrade)!

New specs:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1400
Motherboard: MSI B350 Tomahawk Arctic
RAM: 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4
Graphics card: Asus GeForce GTX 1060 Dual 6GB
Storage: Kingston HyperX Fury 120GB SSD, Western Digital Blue 1TB 7200RPM HDD
PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA G2 650W 80+ Gold
Case: Corsair Carbide 400C White
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120V Ver.2

As for peripherals, same as before:
Keyboard: Steelseries APEX RAW
Mouse: Mad Catz R.A.T 3
Speakers: Logitech Z333
Screen: Samsung C27F591 27" 1080p curved monitor

I wanna get a Corsair K70 keyboard and M65 mouse at some point. :3
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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #123 on: July 10, 2017, 07:02:09 pm »
Main Laptop:
2015 13" retina MacBook Pro
Intel dual-core Core i5, 2.7GHz, turbo boost to 3.1GHz
8 GB RAM
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics, 1.5 GB VRAM
macOS 10.12 Sierra

Other Laptop
Gateway MT6840
Core 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz
Intel GMA 945
4 GB RAM
OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Windows Laptop
I don't care about this POS, some AMD processor, 6 GB RAM, Windows 10

I mainly use my MacBook Pro for everything, still setting the Hackintosh Gateway laptop up, currently working on getting the correct battery kexts in my free time. Just got a working WiFi adapter for it. I rarely use my Windows 10 machine, unless I play Windows-only games.
I don't care for Windows much, especially after Windows 7. I have no need to run it on anything, so I just gave up on Windows not long after getting my MacBook a year ago. Yes, Macs are overpriced, but I don't care. I'd buy another, even if a similarly spec'd Windows machine is half the price.

Also I hit the wrong button, I meant to click modify but hit quote and didn't realize it until after because I'm an idiot. Oh well.

Yeah after using Windows 10 for a few months, I've decided I'm going to get a MacBook soon. Windows is so buggy these days.

It is so worth it. I never thought I would love my MacBook Pro as much as I do. Expensive, yes, but MacBook Pros last for years. I never see Windows laptops from 2010 still regularly used as a daily machine. Only thing Mac sucks for is gaming, but I rarely play games anyway, so it doesn't affect me. First laptop I have ever had that gets, and still can get, 16 hours of battery life, despite being almost 2 years old now.

Oh and that glass ForceTouch trackpad on 2015+ MacBooks and MacBook Pros ruins all other laptop trackpads for you. Apple's trackpads are currently unbeatable.

Yeah my family iMac is about 9 years old, and the only thing it doesn't support is the newest MacOS.
I'm kindof a wanna-be gamer right now, but I also want to be a content creator. So, after I upgrade my PC (Ryzen 1500, new DDR4 RAM, RX 560, gaming keyboard, mouse, etc.), I'm getting the new 2017 MacBook, and that should serve my tech needs for at least a few years.

For content creation I'd get the MacBook Pro, because the MacBook can handle content creation, but not well. Its worth the extra money, even for a base model MacBook Pro. I love mine, even though its going on two years old right now. Still performs like its new, the battery still gets 16 hours easily (non intensive tasks with brightness turned down low), and usually every Windows laptop I've used needs a new battery after two years. Hell it even handles the most recent Tomb Raider at high settings well. Only thing I don't like is the aluminum can dent easy, and while mine isn't in by bad shape by any means, its got a little too many nicks on it than I would like it to have, given the money paid for it. But that's my fault lol.

But Mac is so good for content creation. Everything just works. I don't worry about anything crashing, and even my base model 2015 retina MacBook Pro can handle Final Cut Pro and Photoshop open at the same time without any hiccups.
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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #124 on: July 13, 2017, 11:49:04 pm »
Main Laptop:
2015 13" retina MacBook Pro
Intel dual-core Core i5, 2.7GHz, turbo boost to 3.1GHz
8 GB RAM
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics, 1.5 GB VRAM
macOS 10.12 Sierra

Other Laptop
Gateway MT6840
Core 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz
Intel GMA 945
4 GB RAM
OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Windows Laptop
I don't care about this POS, some AMD processor, 6 GB RAM, Windows 10

I mainly use my MacBook Pro for everything, still setting the Hackintosh Gateway laptop up, currently working on getting the correct battery kexts in my free time. Just got a working WiFi adapter for it. I rarely use my Windows 10 machine, unless I play Windows-only games.
I don't care for Windows much, especially after Windows 7. I have no need to run it on anything, so I just gave up on Windows not long after getting my MacBook a year ago. Yes, Macs are overpriced, but I don't care. I'd buy another, even if a similarly spec'd Windows machine is half the price.

Also I hit the wrong button, I meant to click modify but hit quote and didn't realize it until after because I'm an idiot. Oh well.

Yeah after using Windows 10 for a few months, I've decided I'm going to get a MacBook soon. Windows is so buggy these days.

It is so worth it. I never thought I would love my MacBook Pro as much as I do. Expensive, yes, but MacBook Pros last for years. I never see Windows laptops from 2010 still regularly used as a daily machine. Only thing Mac sucks for is gaming, but I rarely play games anyway, so it doesn't affect me. First laptop I have ever had that gets, and still can get, 16 hours of battery life, despite being almost 2 years old now.

Oh and that glass ForceTouch trackpad on 2015+ MacBooks and MacBook Pros ruins all other laptop trackpads for you. Apple's trackpads are currently unbeatable.

Yeah my family iMac is about 9 years old, and the only thing it doesn't support is the newest MacOS.
I'm kindof a wanna-be gamer right now, but I also want to be a content creator. So, after I upgrade my PC (Ryzen 1500, new DDR4 RAM, RX 560, gaming keyboard, mouse, etc.), I'm getting the new 2017 MacBook, and that should serve my tech needs for at least a few years.

For content creation I'd get the MacBook Pro, because the MacBook can handle content creation, but not well. Its worth the extra money, even for a base model MacBook Pro. I love mine, even though its going on two years old right now. Still performs like its new, the battery still gets 16 hours easily (non intensive tasks with brightness turned down low), and usually every Windows laptop I've used needs a new battery after two years. Hell it even handles the most recent Tomb Raider at high settings well. Only thing I don't like is the aluminum can dent easy, and while mine isn't in by bad shape by any means, its got a little too many nicks on it than I would like it to have, given the money paid for it. But that's my fault lol.

But Mac is so good for content creation. Everything just works. I don't worry about anything crashing, and even my base model 2015 retina MacBook Pro can handle Final Cut Pro and Photoshop open at the same time without any hiccups.

Yeah. Despite my family Mac being a almost a decade old, it never crashes. The only thing I would ever complain about on the iMac my family has is the intense thermal throttling, but I think it'll be better with the newer Mac's, especially with the better cooling.
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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #125 on: July 14, 2017, 02:00:08 am »
Main Laptop:
2015 13" retina MacBook Pro
Intel dual-core Core i5, 2.7GHz, turbo boost to 3.1GHz
8 GB RAM
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics, 1.5 GB VRAM
macOS 10.12 Sierra

Other Laptop
Gateway MT6840
Core 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz
Intel GMA 945
4 GB RAM
OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Windows Laptop
I don't care about this POS, some AMD processor, 6 GB RAM, Windows 10

I mainly use my MacBook Pro for everything, still setting the Hackintosh Gateway laptop up, currently working on getting the correct battery kexts in my free time. Just got a working WiFi adapter for it. I rarely use my Windows 10 machine, unless I play Windows-only games.
I don't care for Windows much, especially after Windows 7. I have no need to run it on anything, so I just gave up on Windows not long after getting my MacBook a year ago. Yes, Macs are overpriced, but I don't care. I'd buy another, even if a similarly spec'd Windows machine is half the price.

Also I hit the wrong button, I meant to click modify but hit quote and didn't realize it until after because I'm an idiot. Oh well.

Yeah after using Windows 10 for a few months, I've decided I'm going to get a MacBook soon. Windows is so buggy these days.

It is so worth it. I never thought I would love my MacBook Pro as much as I do. Expensive, yes, but MacBook Pros last for years. I never see Windows laptops from 2010 still regularly used as a daily machine. Only thing Mac sucks for is gaming, but I rarely play games anyway, so it doesn't affect me. First laptop I have ever had that gets, and still can get, 16 hours of battery life, despite being almost 2 years old now.

Oh and that glass ForceTouch trackpad on 2015+ MacBooks and MacBook Pros ruins all other laptop trackpads for you. Apple's trackpads are currently unbeatable.

Yeah my family iMac is about 9 years old, and the only thing it doesn't support is the newest MacOS.
I'm kindof a wanna-be gamer right now, but I also want to be a content creator. So, after I upgrade my PC (Ryzen 1500, new DDR4 RAM, RX 560, gaming keyboard, mouse, etc.), I'm getting the new 2017 MacBook, and that should serve my tech needs for at least a few years.

For content creation I'd get the MacBook Pro, because the MacBook can handle content creation, but not well. Its worth the extra money, even for a base model MacBook Pro. I love mine, even though its going on two years old right now. Still performs like its new, the battery still gets 16 hours easily (non intensive tasks with brightness turned down low), and usually every Windows laptop I've used needs a new battery after two years. Hell it even handles the most recent Tomb Raider at high settings well. Only thing I don't like is the aluminum can dent easy, and while mine isn't in by bad shape by any means, its got a little too many nicks on it than I would like it to have, given the money paid for it. But that's my fault lol.

But Mac is so good for content creation. Everything just works. I don't worry about anything crashing, and even my base model 2015 retina MacBook Pro can handle Final Cut Pro and Photoshop open at the same time without any hiccups.

Yeah. Despite my family Mac being a almost a decade old, it never crashes. The only thing I would ever complain about on the iMac my family has is the intense thermal throttling, but I think it'll be better with the newer Mac's, especially with the better cooling.
My mac crashes all the time and so does my friends, so i doubt it NEVER crashes (Just saying)
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Re: Post Your Computer Specs
« Reply #126 on: July 16, 2017, 08:05:05 pm »
Main Laptop:
2015 13" retina MacBook Pro
Intel dual-core Core i5, 2.7GHz, turbo boost to 3.1GHz
8 GB RAM
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics, 1.5 GB VRAM
macOS 10.12 Sierra

Other Laptop
Gateway MT6840
Core 2 Duo, 2.0 GHz
Intel GMA 945
4 GB RAM
OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Windows Laptop
I don't care about this POS, some AMD processor, 6 GB RAM, Windows 10

I mainly use my MacBook Pro for everything, still setting the Hackintosh Gateway laptop up, currently working on getting the correct battery kexts in my free time. Just got a working WiFi adapter for it. I rarely use my Windows 10 machine, unless I play Windows-only games.
I don't care for Windows much, especially after Windows 7. I have no need to run it on anything, so I just gave up on Windows not long after getting my MacBook a year ago. Yes, Macs are overpriced, but I don't care. I'd buy another, even if a similarly spec'd Windows machine is half the price.

Also I hit the wrong button, I meant to click modify but hit quote and didn't realize it until after because I'm an idiot. Oh well.

Yeah after using Windows 10 for a few months, I've decided I'm going to get a MacBook soon. Windows is so buggy these days.

It is so worth it. I never thought I would love my MacBook Pro as much as I do. Expensive, yes, but MacBook Pros last for years. I never see Windows laptops from 2010 still regularly used as a daily machine. Only thing Mac sucks for is gaming, but I rarely play games anyway, so it doesn't affect me. First laptop I have ever had that gets, and still can get, 16 hours of battery life, despite being almost 2 years old now.

Oh and that glass ForceTouch trackpad on 2015+ MacBooks and MacBook Pros ruins all other laptop trackpads for you. Apple's trackpads are currently unbeatable.

Yeah my family iMac is about 9 years old, and the only thing it doesn't support is the newest MacOS.
I'm kindof a wanna-be gamer right now, but I also want to be a content creator. So, after I upgrade my PC (Ryzen 1500, new DDR4 RAM, RX 560, gaming keyboard, mouse, etc.), I'm getting the new 2017 MacBook, and that should serve my tech needs for at least a few years.

For content creation I'd get the MacBook Pro, because the MacBook can handle content creation, but not well. Its worth the extra money, even for a base model MacBook Pro. I love mine, even though its going on two years old right now. Still performs like its new, the battery still gets 16 hours easily (non intensive tasks with brightness turned down low), and usually every Windows laptop I've used needs a new battery after two years. Hell it even handles the most recent Tomb Raider at high settings well. Only thing I don't like is the aluminum can dent easy, and while mine isn't in by bad shape by any means, its got a little too many nicks on it than I would like it to have, given the money paid for it. But that's my fault lol.

But Mac is so good for content creation. Everything just works. I don't worry about anything crashing, and even my base model 2015 retina MacBook Pro can handle Final Cut Pro and Photoshop open at the same time without any hiccups.

Yeah. Despite my family Mac being a almost a decade old, it never crashes. The only thing I would ever complain about on the iMac my family has is the intense thermal throttling, but I think it'll be better with the newer Mac's, especially with the better cooling.
My mac crashes all the time and so does my friends, so i doubt it NEVER crashes (Just saying)

Hm. I don't think I've ever had my iMac crash in my experience. That's probably because I barely use it for anything(only pretty non-resource-intensive video editing).
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