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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: Show off your specs        Posted: Mon May 06, 2019 3:45 am 
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In all seriousness, if I were you I'd do some serious upgrades to your PC. Stick a Phenom II X6 in it and some more RAM. That slow, old dual core combined with 2 GB of RAM is seriously holding back your PC man. Even if you're not gaming on it.

All of the components in my custom build are new and from this era. The graphics card I got actually is a modern GTX 1050, which I bought just last year, but I think it was on sale at Newegg during that time. It's pretty fast and gets the job done well.


I'm afraid your components aren't from this era. Your PC has 2 GB of DDR2 800. Mine for comparison, has 16 GB of DDR4 2666. Its not bleeding edge new either, because DDR4 I've seen go up to 4266 Mhz as well.
Also, the Athlon X2 250 was released in June 2009. AMD's latest Athlons were released just last year on the AM4 platform. Regardless of that, a Sandy Bridge i3 from 2011 would run circles around that processor.

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Stop arguing whether JonathonWyble's hw is new or old. You care about your hw, he cares about his hw. Or start a new thread, and keep this one clean

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Stop arguing whether JonathonWyble's hw is new or old. You care about your hw, he cares about his hw. Or start a new thread, and keep this one clean

Everything's fine. I'm not offended by the latest posts in this thread at all. No one was really having an argument, nor were we getting things out of hand, we were just explaining our opinions on our stuff. My hardware is new and not old, and that's that ;)

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If you were referring to me when you said "poor lad", I'm really not poor. I can afford stuff like a lot of you guys can.

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If you were referring to me when you said "poor lad", I'm really not poor. I can afford stuff like a lot of you guys can.


You sort of missed the meaning of the use of the word.

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 PostPost subject: Re: Social: Show off your specs        Posted: Tue May 07, 2019 4:06 pm 
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Yeah, that makes sense. I figured they meant "poor" as in feeling bad for someone.

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Oh yea. uhhhh. Spec upgrade.
RAM: 32GB
CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K @ 3.6GHz (8 core)
GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 2080. 8010MB of VRAM and 16293MB of Shared RAM.

Maybe you meant RTX, not GTX? :D

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Oh yea. uhhhh. Spec upgrade.
RAM: 32GB
CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K @ 3.6GHz (8 core)
GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 2080. 8010MB of VRAM and 16293MB of Shared RAM.

Maybe you meant RTX, not GTX? :D

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Computer name: Bowie
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600
Cooler: Stock Wraith Cooler
Motherboard: ASRock B450M Pro4
Memory: 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz CL15 Corsair Vengeance RGB RAM
GPU: Sapphire Nitro OC+ RX480 8GB
SSD: Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SATA
HDD: 1TB 3.5" Toshiba
PSU: XFX Pro 450W 80+ Bronze
Case: NZXT H400 Black/Black
OS: Windows 10 Pro

Still planning a few upgrades, namely an NVMe SSD, and a larger HDD. That way I have a faster boot/main programs drive, a still plenty fast game and miscellaneous software SATA SSD, and finally an HDD for documents. Which will probably also be upgraded because I'm running out of space on that. Probably will upgrade the PSU to a higher wattage one for more OC/future upgrade headroom as well.


Made a first step in the line of planned upgrades for my system. The 1TB Toshiba DT01ACA100 has made way for an 8TB, 256MB Cache 5400RPM WD White Label WD80EZAZ drive. I bought a WD MyBook 8TB external drive, and shucked it (removing the drive and using it outside of the enclosure, most often in a NAS, for those unfamiliar with the term). The enclosure has been repurposed for a WD Green 2TB drive I had, as I used this in a Sharkoon USB2.0 2.5"/3.5" combo enclosure exclusively as an external drive anyways. So now I can use that Sharkoon enclosure for testing/imaging other, smaller drives without constantly juggling the Green 2TB drive around. Other than a tab in the middle, I managed to not damage the MyBook enclosure, so you can't even tell it's ever been opened.

As for why I shucked this drive, the reason is simple: Cost. A similarly spec'd WD Red 8TB/256MB Cache drive would run me €240. This MyBook was €170 in total, meaning I saved €70 and got an enclosure I can nicely reuse as well. The warranty is often a sticking point for shucked drives, however, if WD will honor any warranty for the bare drive (I've read people sending in the bare shucked drive for an RMA and getting a replacement unit with enclosure and all back), this drive has 3 years of warranty like the WD Reds have, because the MyBooks have longer warranties than the WD Easystore/Elements external drives.

I might replace the NZXT case in the future as well, as I'm kinda over this case and the RGB lighting (which was already minimal in my case, just the GPU's Sapphire logo and RGB LED RAM set to fading between two shades of blue with the rest of the case and components being neutral black/gray), and I want more than a single 3.5" HDD, and the ability to install optical drives. When I do swap cases, the Toshiba 1TB will be installed again as a second HDD as it is faster than the 8TB WD (7200RPM vs 5400RPM), so it'll be a good drive for lesser important games, and VMs, without the heavier downgrade from an SSD to a 5400RPM drive.

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Another day, another upgrade. Finally moved my system from the NZXT Case to an Antec Performance One P280 case. I love Antec's classy design, and this case just gives me far more room to upgrade. This is probably a case that will last me many system upgrades for that exact reason. With the six HDD/SSD caddy mounts, and additional two SSD mounting spaces, it has plenty of room for storage, which means I have put back the 1TB 7200RM Toshiba drive in addition to the White Label 8TB 5400RM Western Digital drive, giving me a terabyte of faster storage for games and programs I don't use a heck of a lot, or are old enough that a 7200RPM drive has little effect on their loading times, and VMs.

I also picked up a used Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 3 cooler, to finally upgrade from the stock Wraith Stealth cooler. This should give me plenty of headroom for any OC'ing, and just have my CPU run cooler in general. And I also upgraded my PSU, I found a cheap enough Be Quiet 1000W Power Zone 80+ Bronze unit used that will be far more than I need, but again insures me I can do significant upgrades to my system without any worries.

So, here's the current specs:
Computer name: Bowie
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600
Cooler: Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 3
Motherboard: ASRock B450M Pro4
Memory: 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz CL15 Corsair Vengeance RGB RAM
GPU: Sapphire Nitro OC+ RX480 8GB
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I probably would have gotten the RTX 2060 Super if i built this pc a month later.

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What do you use this server for? Also, what GPU does it have?

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Huh, that looks like a neat way to demonstrate the specs of your machine. Looks like a pretty powerful server computer you have there :D

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Hmm kenneth, you've got a fair bit more power than my 2x e5-2697v2, probably thanks to you having 4 bigger processors. Definitely more ram.
Except on my machine I have hyperthreading off. For my applications the use of hyperthreading winds up slowing stuff down.

Anywho, it's an HP WS460c G8 with my own custom c3000-based enclosure. It was modified/built to accommodate a custom liquid loop. I found that even with 6 fans, they did not keep up with the heat generated by the intense processing I did with this thing, hence why I built liquid cooling. Most likely the relatively small blade air input channel. Sure it runs great for the first 30 mins, but pretty soon the processors reach the critical 90C, which after 5 minutes of this temperature the internal iLo shuts down the computer.
The fans still serve to air-cool the memory, LOM, SAS controller, and some other components that heat up.

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Memory: 2x 32gb Samsung PC3-10600L
Storage: HP P220i SAS controller with 320gb 5.4k Sata drive. Plan to replace with HP 500gb 7.2k drive.
GPU: 3x Quadro M3000SE + 1x Quadro 1000m + 1x Titan X Maxwell Liquid
PSU: 2x HP DPS-1200FB in 1+1
OS: Server 2008R2 Standard + 2019 Standard + Debian 7 tri-boot.
No Sound. This was not built for gaming.

Here's the OA, which points out some of the specs. The computer is off because I have to clean the GPU carrier. The thing's heatsinks clog up pretty quick, and probably no thanks to it being used in a home and not a proper datacenter environment. I should add a filter.
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GPU Carrier. Those are 4 MXM graphics cards. In this revision, the heatsinks from the mxm cards make contact with a heat transfer plate which moves additional heat to the heatsink up top. This cools the four cards very well at a cost of slightly increased maintenance.
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The three big ones (MXM B) are the M3000SE cards, the small one (MXM A) on the far right is the 1000m. I plan to replace it with a M2200.

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Pump + reservoir: Primochill CTR Phase 2 & MCP655 PWM
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Ha Ha, What's the Frequency, Kenneth? oh about 2.6 GHz

2.6GHz isn't that little, it's actually a fair amount of hertz. The OP does seem to have pretty neat specs on his computer/server.

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Great day to day work horse, does get a little hot sometimes though. Vega 8 is good for some light gaming.

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Ha Ha, What's the Frequency, Kenneth? oh about 2.6 GHz

2.6GHz isn't that little, it's actually a fair amount of hertz. The OP does seem to have pretty neat specs on his computer/server.


Most processors sold today hit 3 GHz, many hitting between 4 and 5. Server processors are designed to handle a ton of different workloads at once, hence the high core count but low frequency.

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