Show us your PC Setup - Bonus points for RGB


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Daniel F.
2 minutes ago, Matthew S. said:

looks to be a Stream deck

Id say so 

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Wannes

Thanks lads!

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nekrosoft13

Here is mine. 

 

Will post some other pics maybe later.

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Zimmyantz

Had a tidy and put up a couple of prints above the monitors, looking much better now.

 

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Orange
On 5/3/2020 at 1:17 PM, Zimmyantz said:

Had a tidy and put up a couple of prints above the monitors, looking much better now.

 

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Loving that T1 Poster!

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Mindovermaster
39 minutes ago, NinjaGinger said:

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This is "Show your system", not just "display your system"

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Steven P.

Not sure why I didn't reply in here yet 😛 I built my new system last year in stages

 

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  • Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro WiFi    
  • Intel Core i5-9600K
  • be quiet! Pure Base 600
  • be quiet! Straight Power 11 550W
  • Cryorig H7
  • G.Skill Ripjaws V F4-3200C16D-16GVKB (32 GB)
  • KFA2 GeForce RTX 2070 Super EX
  • Samsung 970 Evo Plus 256GB (C:\Windows) 
  • Intel 660P 1TB (D:\Data)
  • Toshiba P300 3TB SATA
  • Samsung CRG9 (49" 5120x1440 @120Hz) FreeSync 2
  • Briefly had a cheap Logitech G613 keyboard but I didn't like it, went back to my Logitech K800 which broke last week, ordered a Razer Blackwidow Elite (orange switches)
  • Logitech G502 Hero mouse

The pics are from last year so once I have the Razer keyboard I will post an updated pic of my setup. I do not have a plexiglass side panel, it is on my list of things to order Lol.

 

I guess you could call my setup Gaming on a budget 😛 I will most likely get a i9-9900K at some point (and new PSU) but I think that's a year out at minimum.

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Mindovermaster

@Steven P. No RGB? hahaha!

 

Nice setup, though. ;)

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Steven P.
9 hours ago, Mindovermaster said:

@Steven P. No RGB? hahaha!

 

Nice setup, though. ;)

Yeah the motherboard, memory, video card and my mouse all have RGB 😛 

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Mindovermaster
4 hours ago, Steven P. said:

Yeah the motherboard, memory, video card and my mouse all have RGB 😛 

Didn't see that. Guess the light in the picture blocked it out.

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+jnelsoninjax

@Steven P. How do you like the curved monitor? I was tempted to buy one at one time! :)

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Steven P.
8 hours ago, jnelsoninjax said:

@Steven P. How do you like the curved monitor? I was tempted to buy one at one time! :)

Took a while to get used to but now I can't imagine being without it, it is so immersive! 😛 

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I have no rgb these days, however bonus points for retro rgb?

 

The metadata on this photo says it was taken on 23.01.2004:

 

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This was the first PC case I purchased. I believe it was the cool thing to have neon light strips in your PC at the time, I then expanded upon that with a few additional case fans I got for £1 each that were a few different colours.

 

Pretty sure at the time that PC contained:

  • Athlon XP 2200+
  • 512MB SD Ram
  • 80gb and 120gb IDE hard drive
  • GeForce MX 440
  • Windows XP

These days I preferer my PC to be incognito and not light up like a Christmas tree, as nice as I think modern rgb is on setup photos!

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Steven P.

Update

 

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trek

First build since 2007. Just waiting for the ROG 3080...

 

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trek

Since my local retailer is indicating my Asus ROG STRIX 3080 won't arrive for at least another month... I bought a temporary video card to complete the build. Not to monopolize the thread, but here's my current cable routing :)

 

 


 

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This desk has served me well for nearly two decades. I also have kvm switch connected to the Dell Poweredge rig, dell docking staion placed behind the right speaker, and Raspberry Pi 4 to use fiio dac and wireless keyboard and mouse. Gaming gear is connected to Gaming rig (see sig)

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KiHu

 

Desk Area.

Build

 

Screen: Samsung 49" C49RG90

Case: Cooler Master MasterBox NR600

MoBo: ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO X570

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X

CPU Cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4

RAM: G.Skill 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Trident

GPU: ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 24GB ROG STRIX Gaming OC

PSU: Corsair RM850W v2 White Series

NVME Storage 1: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250 GB

NVME Storage 2: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1 TB

SATA Storage 1: Samsung SSD 850 VO 500 GB

SATA Storage 2: Samsung HD502IJ

SATA Storage 3: Samsung HD502IJ

SATA Storage 4: ST2000DM001-9YN164

External Storage 1:  ST8000DM004-2CX188

External Storage 2: Toshiba DT01ABA300

Fans: 6x Noctua NF-S12A PWM chromax.black.swap

 

 

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Steven P.
14 minutes ago, KiHu said:

 

Desk Area.

Build

 

Screen: Samsung 49" C49RG90

Case: Cooler Master MasterBox NR600

MoBo: ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO X570

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X

CPU Cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4

RAM: G.Skill 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3600MHz CL16 Trident

GPU: ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 24GB ROG STRIX Gaming OC

PSU: Corsair RM850W v2 White Series

NVME Storage 1: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250 GB

NVME Storage 2: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1 TB

SATA Storage 1: Samsung SSD 850 VO 500 GB

SATA Storage 2: Samsung HD502IJ

SATA Storage 3: Samsung HD502IJ

SATA Storage 4: ST2000DM001-9YN164

External Storage 1:  ST8000DM004-2CX188

External Storage 2: Toshiba DT01ABA300

Fans: 6x Noctua NF-S12A PWM chromax.black.swap

 

 

Nice! We have the same screen :) 

 

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Lit up at night, the phone makes everything brighter than it actually is.

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Mindovermaster
20 minutes ago, Steven P. said:

Lit up at night, the phone makes everything brighter than it actually is.

Try turning off the flash  🤣

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