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RE: What Are Your Specs? #21
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AMD FX-8350 CPU OC: 4.3Ghz
Corsair H100i V2 Liquid CPU Cooler
Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0 Motherboard
32GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1866Mhz
EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 Superclocked
2TB WD Black 7200RPM
Thermaltake SMART M850W 80+ Bronze PSU
Cooler Master Storm Trooper Window Full ATX Case
NZXT Sentry 3 Fan Controller
Asus BC-12B1ST Blu-ray Drive
Corsair K95 RGB Keyboard Cherry MX Reds
Madcatz Cyborg RAT 5 Gaming Mouse
Audio Technica AT-2020USB+ Cardioid Studio Microphone
Audio Technica ATH-M50x Studio Monitor Headphones
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RE: What Are Your Specs? #22
This is my laptop. My main is a little bit better. (I don't really use my laptop for gaming since it dies after a temperature of 100 °C.

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RE: What Are Your Specs? #23
Intel i5 - 4th Gen ( 3.2 GHz )
Rx 480 8GB x 2
250 GB SSD
3TB HDD @ 7200rpm
32 GB Ram

Planning to upgrade my GFX.
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RE: What Are Your Specs? #24
5x Dell Poweredge R710 with 48GB RAM, 2x XeonX5570, 6x1TB 7200RPM, 2x40GB SSD. redundant 570w hotswap PS
These machines are the core of my stack and provide surprising performance considering what I paid for them ($700-800 each).  Each machine has 1x IPMI network interface and 4x integrated GB Nics.

1x Dell Poweredge R710 with 48GB RAM, 2x XeonX5570, 8x40GB SSD running virtualized pfsense, snort, and sundry other gateway processes.  This machine aggregates multiple incoming ISP connections (DSL, Cable, 4G) and hosts two Microtik RB14e miniPCI-to-PCIe wireless adapters.  Each RB14e has four Atheros cards and external antenna routing for continuous signal monitoring via aircrack.  
The other expansion slots are occupied by one 2x10GbE Nic and one 4x1GbE Nic.

Tripplite metered PDUs, Zyxel switches (aggregate to 10GBE ports in gateway), several WAPs, and a whole lot of stuff I don't have time to play with or money to fix atm.

Cheers,
Poly

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