Gaming computer specs

Estonia
February 20, 2010 9:49am CST
Hey guys. I'd like to know what kind of PC's you guys play your games on :P I have: Core 2 Quad q9650 @3,6GHz, ATi 4870x2, 4Gb RAM, MSI P35 Neo2-Fr, 1200W PSU, ThermalTake V9 case. If you wanna know anything else, or have questions, feel free to post here as well. Thanks!
2 responses
@rene12 (797)
• Philippines
20 Feb 10
Just wanna ask how much terrabytes can it take. Mine is Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q8200 @ 2.33GHz, 3.00 Gb of RAM and could only take up to 2 terrabytes but it is enough for now. In the near future, I need a motherboard which can support tons of terrabyte :D
• Estonia
20 Feb 10
Well actually there are already 10TB harddrives and if you have enough Sata and e-sata connectors, you can make it over 100TB :D Mine has 6 Sata connectors and 2 e-sata connectors so it can take literally tens of terabytes if I had the money for the drives (the 10TB one is over $2000). I have 3 HDDs at the moment, 320Gb, 250Gb and 80Gb. All are Seagate Barracudas.
@rene12 (797)
• Philippines
20 Feb 10
I have two 1TB Seagate HDD, 1 external and 1 internal but I don't know If my CPU has an e-SATA. I want to know how to use it for faster transferring. More than 2TB will hang up my system if I only use SATA
@jeffb847 (30)
• Canada
20 Feb 10
I like this because I just bought a new gaming computer before christmas in Novemeber. The computer I have is a desktop one. It came with Intel I7 cpu chip with 3 gigabyte 1600mhz ram sticks, an ati radeon 4850 1gigabyte video card, speakers, mice and some operating system tools. The motherboard I had to switch because I couldn't overclock it. After I switched I overclocked my CPU to 4.0ghz from 2.6 stock and runs like a charm.
• Estonia
20 Feb 10
Now you should invest in a new graphics card to balance it out, and it would run ultra well. I'd suggest a 5850 or 5870 now :)