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Asus G750JZ

Intel Core i7 4700HQ @ 2600MHz

RAM Samsung 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) 1600 MHz / PC3-12800

Samsung SSD 128GB 830 + Hitachi Travelstar 7K1000 1TB

NVIDIA GeForce GT880M @ 1010MHz/1500MHz

Windows 7 x64

3DMark11 Performance - 9452

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Clevo W230SS equiped with:

Intel Core i7 4820MQ

2x 8GB DDR3L Kingston HyperX

1x mSATA SSD 128GB Plextor (OS)

1x SATA HDD 1TB 7200rpm (Mass storage)

The bad thing was the mPCIe Wifi controller I've choosed: Intel Advanced-N 6235... what a bad mistake... I'm hevaing several problems with the wireless network on both operanting systems (Ubuntu and Windows). :(

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i have a macbook pro

Inte Core i5 2,5GHz

Intel HD Graphics 4000 / eGPU NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750

16Gb 1600Mhz DDR3

Samsung 250GB SSD

Replaced the DVD Drive with a 1TB WD Blue HDD

eGPU NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750

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Deviltech 5700 (MS-16F2 barebone)

withan Intell i7 2760QM

AMD 7970M (the original 570M blew up a bit)

8GB RAM

M4 Crucial 250GB SSD

Samsung 840 EVO 250GB SSD

(gotta love 2 drive bays in a 15inch laptop)

and lastly a 1080p non glare screen, still has a ppi that compares to most high end stuff today!

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Laptop Setup: XMG P504

Intel i7 4810MQ

nVidia GTX 870

16GB Vengeance

Crucial M550 mSata 120GB

Western Digital Black 750GB

Dekstop Setup:

Asus Crosshair V Formula

AMD FX 8150

Corsair Vengeance 8GB 2133MHz

Sapphire HD6990

Asus HD 6970

Corsair Force GT 120GB

Even though my desktop has got plenty more power I actually prefer using the laptop as it's way less noisy aswell as not being a power hungry beast like my desktop is.

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Lenovo Y510P

i7-4700MQ

8gb ddr3

1920x1080 hd screen

NVIDIA® GeForce® GT755M 2GB x2

1tb hdd and 24gb m2.sata

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Laptop specs:

Intel Core i7 4810MQ

GTX 880m (8gb... lol)

16 gb Hyper-X 1600mhz

IC-Diamond Thermal Paste

120gb Samsung SSD

1 TB SATA 6 GB/s HDD

8x DVDRW Combo (no need for bluray)

Intel Dual Band AC 7260

Hopefully modifying my GTX 880m vbios will yield better results in games, right now I get unstable FPS as opposed to my GTX 580 on my desktop which is supposedly less powerful then my laptops GPU!

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Laptop:

Lenovo Y510P

Intel i7 4700MQ

8gb DDR3 Ram

1920x1080 screen

NVIDIA® GeForce® GT755M SLI

512gb SSD

Desktop:

Fractal Design Define R4

AMD Phenom II x4 965 3.4GHz

Powercolor 7950

Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1866 Ram

Corsair 860Watt Power Supply

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Lenovo Y510p

2.4GHz i7-4700MQ

2x GT755M in SLI

16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz CAS9

Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260

1920x1080 FHD LCD

256GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD RAPID

1TB External HDD

Windows 8.1 64-Bit

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I media blasted and powder coated my R2 from Mars Red to Textured Black...

Unlocked mobo

Win 7U 64Bit

3920XM QS/ES quality that is flawless other than being unstable at OC 4.6Ghz or greater. :(

SLI 680M's to OC to 980Mhz/2200Mhz, stable.

16GB Hyper Kingston RAM at 1866mHz

Used traditional as well as ceramic ArcticSilver to cool VRM's on VBoard and CPU.

4X 120SSD RAID 10 (3X sata & 1X msata)

RAT 9 black mouse

PICs:

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It's an oldie but a goodie:

ASUS P5K3 Deluxe (with some minor mods, like lapped and polished heatsinks, and custom through-bolt heatsink retainers with aluminum backing plates replacing the plastic clips. All the heatsinks have Gelid extreme on them)

XFX black edition Radeon 6970 2gb.

Intel QX9650 @ 3.2ghz

16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1333 (running stable with 7-7-7-21 @ 1n timings, 1.55v)

Corsair H50 watercooler

Plextor 128GB SSD

WD Black 1TB rotational

Corsair AX760 PSU

Corsair M90 mouse

Logitech speakers

Logitech G15 R1 keyboard (rebuilt this thing with parts from dead ones 3 times already, it just won't die!)

Apple 23" cinema display

2x Samsung 1080p displays

Asus Xonar DX soundcard

USB 3.0 addin card

DTV/HD tuner and input card

Built into an Antec 900 case, with actual neon lights in it rather than fluorescent or LEDs.

My other two machines are a Vizio CT15-A1 and an Alienware M15x r3 base model.

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Lenovo y410p

Intel Core i7 4700MQ (That I can't seem to disable turbo boost on...)

GT 750M (I've got a GT 755M ultrabay GPU coming in the mail. Fun times with the soldering iron in the near future.)

16GB 1333mhz RAM

1TB slow as balls hard drive."

1600x900 matte screen. (And it randomly gets a green line in it that goes away if I poke it...)

My older beast that still goes strong is an old Sony Viao. For some reason it still runs Diablo 3 better than my y410p... AND ITS ANCIENT DAMNIT!

Sony VIAO (Model number wore off years ago... (CBF booting it up to check)

Core2 quad at 2.93ghz

ATI 5870 (Hottest thing in the solar system. Makes the sun feel cold.)

4GB ddr2 800mhz RAM. (Had 8GB but one RAM slot stopped working about 6 months ago)

128GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD.

1920*1080 16.1inch screen. (Super glossy. Couldn't find a matte replacement.)

And there we go.

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Тут очень странная система на сайте.. чтобы скачать всего один файл, нужно написать 5 сообщений.. при этом администрацию не волнует, что таким образом народ будет ходить и писать что попало, как это сейчас делаю я.

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