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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by HayHayGamez, Nov 22, 2021.

  1. HayHayGamez

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    This is just for fun. Let me know your pc specs!
    My PC Specs:
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER 4GB
    CPU: Intel Core i5 10400 @ 2.90GHz (6 cores 12 threads)
    Ram: 16GB 3.2GHz (3200MHz)
    SSD: 512GB M.2 PCIe SSD
    HDD: 2TB Seagate BUP Slim BK SCSI Disk
     
  2. vmlinuz

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    GPU: AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100
    CPU: 2x IBM Power9 @ 3800 MHz (4 cores 16 threads each)
    RAM: 32 GB registered ECC DDR4-2666
    SSD: lolno, not buying an SSD in this market
    HDD: 4x WD Blue 1TB (3 TB RAID5)
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  3. Ronziepie

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    Welcome to the Potato Farm!

    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GT 710
    CPU: Intel Core i5-5200U @2.20 GHz 4 CPUs
    Ram: 8GB (2 GB DDR3-VRAM)
    SSD: 129 GB Samsung SSD
    HDD: NONE
     
  4. HayHayGamez

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    4 cpus?!
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    nice!
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    also my vega 3 on my old pc is better than that... lol (it is integregated...)
     
  5. P_enta

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    CPU: Ryzen 9 5900x 24 thread @4.8ghz

    GPU: Radeon rx6800xt 16gb

    RAM: 64gb of cl17 3200mhz ram

    HDD: 6tb hard disk

    HDD: 500gb Seagate pos hard drive

    SSD: 500gb samsung 970 evo

    Case: Phanteks p500a rgb white

    Sound: Harman/Kardon CP 35
     
  6. Wilfred M. Wolfe

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    CPU: i7-8750h (yes it's a laptop but it's the best i have and i'm grateful for it)
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6gb
    RAM: 16gb @2666Mhz (probably gonna try and upgrade to 32gb soon)
    SSD: 128gb Nvme drive (generic brand :(( )
    HDD: 1TB WD Blue @7200rpm
    Sure ig being a laptop makes it not a desktop pc but i like it and it gets the job done and runs BeamNG better then my old Desktop (can share those specs if you're interested at all)
     
  7. HayHayGamez

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    nice!
    nice
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    Still pretty good
     
  8. P_enta

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    I used to have a laptop with those exact specs. It was fine to be honest but the CPU was garbage
     
  9. Suki_8

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    i7-4712MQ @2.30GHz AMD Radeon HD 8500M/8700M, 1004 MB in a HP 650 Probook running Beam.NG at 30-50FPS with 160 mods running
     
  10. TheShipMaster

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    Intel I7-4770k
    GTX 980
    16GB RAM
    1TB Storage
    No SSD you think i could hah no
     
  11. angelo234

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    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8 Cores
    GPU: ASUS Geforce GTX 1080
    RAM: 16 GB Corsair Vengeance
    SSD: 500 GB WD Black NVMe
    SSD: 240 GB Intel 535 Series (apparently 19% life left)
    HDD: 2 TB WD Black
     
  12. bob.blunderton

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    Fractal Define (???) something full tower (I forget, I got it used for 60$ when a server was decommissioned). Love the case!!!
    Ryzen 9 3950X 16-core 32-thread CPU
    Noctua NH-D15-S (offset single fan) air cooler
    Asus x570 TUF Gaming wifi (plus?) Used to be Asrock X570 phantom gaming 4 but it blew up 15 months into things
    32gb (2x 16gb dual rank) Micron 3000mhz CL-15 memory sticks (was on sale!)
    EVGA 2070 Super gaming black (no LED's!!!)
    Seasonic 1300 watt monster of a PSU because our power grid sucks and it will hold up / survive it longer.
    2TB Samsung 970 Evo plus NVME M.2 SSD
    1TB Inland Pro NVME M.2 SSD (Micro Center store brand, was on sale)
    Plextor Blu-ray writer (was only 20$ more to upgrade than replacing the broken DVD-writer with a like model).
    Soundblaster Audigy 7.1 sound card (the newer one, not the Audigy SE with Realtek chips!)
    6x~8x 500gb Sata SSD's such as Micron MX500 and Toshiba Q-pro units. I think one is an off-brand MLC nand drive but it works fine (Toshiba units are also MLC units). I use these to store project files (over 100gb currently!), Steam games, and other games such as my MS-DOS game archive I've had since 1994, music, etc. Can never have enough space.
    2TB Hitachi used server drives for backups, pre-tested. Don't usually use them a lot except when hooked up for backups, then unhooked in-case of the unfortunate event of crypto-virus it shouldn't wipe everything else out since things are disconnected. I rotate drives for each backup, so if one's bad, then I get the next most recent back up. I also back up things off-site over my dumpster-fire satellite internet to two different sites. So Los Injurus City project is safe.
    Complaints about it? Not enough RAM, I run out frequently.
    I smoked the ASROCK phantom gaming 4 board about 3 months after switching from an R7 3700x to an R9 3950x (had the 3700 running a year), the power phases on the board just couldn't take the bad power grid we have + 16 core CPU. Get an Asus board and be happy - the one I have is great honestly and not bad for 200$ in a retail store.
    The cpu is absolutely a dream and from everything I hear the 5900x/5950x are even better! I use dual-rank ram because of notable speed benefits with Ryzen processors of 3000 series and higher (5000 series benefits more than 3000 series with dual rank ram). 32gb is not enough for game dev. Saving up for a 64gb kit to add to what I have here, but that'll take months and months. I will get by fine for a while yet.
    Totally recommend large full-tower and mid-tower fractal computer cases. They are the quality of Lian-Li just about, and a dream to work with. This one has a door on the front, and my last one just had a normal front without a door, but this one is so quiet. I can't tell you how nice it is to work here on my models and map and not be deafened by tons of loud fans, or cooked alive by the computer, or suffering fish tank sounds (or leaks!!!). So NO water cooling.
    If I have to water cool something, I should take the money spent on that and buy a better cpu/gpu/whatever that can do what I need it to, without having a nuclear melt-down.
    Again, can't recommend a Ryzen enough - or an 11-series intel chip with a lot of cores, or a 10-series 10900k. It's reasonably close right now with intel's single core speed on the 12-series processor being quite nice and coming out on top. The 3700x and the 3950x are worth absolutely EVERY penny, just make sure you use the Vulkan renderer please.
    That said, if you can afford Threadripper 3000-series processors, please let us know how many cars you can run in Los Injurus City Map! I could only dream of getting a Threadripper system with gobs of RAM. I have to spend that type of money on other things - like buying supplies to fix/maintain my house, so it doesn't fall in on me randomly from not being maintained.
    I've only put my foot through the floor once, so not doing too bad. If it's not that then it's me having to put money into my car for maintenance - or the never-ending stream of Doctor bills which is 100's of US $ a month. So yeah, no Threadripper CPU computer for me - probably not for many years - but I certainly love this super-quiet easily-accessible build that I have now and would totally recommend it to anyone just the way it is. Just maybe get a video card with more than 8gb of VRAM as that is not enough for maxing newer games especially at 4k. That said, the ray-tracing is awesome for productivity / 3d renders in modeling programs / texture previews when using Substance Designer among other things - much better for productivity than for games. The only thing I have that does ray tracing is Quake II RTX :)
    Sorry for the rant - felt I should add this part, maybe it'll help someone. With what I spent on this computer, I need to keep it for at-least another 3~4 years in it's current configuration before I can buy parts for another.
    I absolutely positively despise and hate Windows 10. I miss my Windows 7 with it's classic theme so it looked like Windows 2000. I have had to modify the OS to get my classic grey Windows theme and look back. Why they ever had to change it from Windows 2000 is beyond me - it was perfect then.

    It's been good, but I'm supposed to be modeling and getting the 11-foot-8 bridge ready for release (soon!), not blabbing.
    The bridge will be featured in the next version of Los Injurus City, and supporters get it early. Smashey Smash!
    --Cheers!

    Support Los Injurus City map project, which will be the biggest city (GTA V map sized) in BeamNG Drive with absolute spot-on detail to all the varied roads. Over 50 miles of freeway, and over 100 miles (currently) of surface road. Come check it out, plenty to do and could spend hours looking around and not see everything. Don't miss out on the abandoned mall or subway system, you can drive through it all, too! Supporters can have their house modeled by me for use in the map or your own, too! Support helps buy commercial models, AAA-game-quality textures, sounds, other assets (such as scripts), and helps pay for software - which can get rather pricey real fast. Any amount is appreciated highly and put toward the map progress.
     
  13. Sussus Amogus

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    Ryzen 5 3600x
    2070 super galax
    1tb nvme ssd (cant remember which one, think its a crucial)
    32gb ram @ 3200mhz
    Logitech g27 wheel
     
  14. XCreeperHunterX

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    Here's mine!

    Device: 2020 Razer Blade 15 Base
    CPU: Intel Core i7-10750H @ 2.60GHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q
    Storage: 2 Samsung SSDs, total of 1TB
    Screen: 1920x1080 144 Hz

    Pretty nice machine, handles all games I throw at it like a champ. Here's a pic because why not:
     

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  15. NaNe

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    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2
    CPU:Intel Core2 Quad Q9650 @3.6Ghz
    RAM:8GB DDR3
    GPU:Radeon 7790 OC
    Storage:240GB Kingston A400 SSD and a 500GB HDD
    Case:Thermaltake Soprano RS101
    Laptop:Hp Pavilion 15 n006sm
    CPU:Core i5 4200u @2.6Ghz
    RAM:8GB DDR3 @1666
    GPU:Intel HD 4400+Radeon 8670m
    Storage: 240GB Kingston A400 SSD
     
  16. Sickminecraft45

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    i5 11300H,
    8GB RAM,
    GTX 1650,
    512 GB SSD.
     
  17. HayHayGamez

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    How much ram?
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    That’s good! ( just recommending upgrading to a rtx 2060
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    Also I am a huge fan of your map :) I can run it with 6 cars and my shaders at 40-60 fps. (It also used 14 gb of my ram LOL)
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    Very nice!
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    Crazy it is so small, but so powerful (hence the gpu)
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    Very nice!
     
  18. SmashBurgerJ

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    Hey My Potato is MUCH WORSE
    And It hurts too look at low fps and lowest setting
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3470 CPU @ 3.20GHz 3.20 GHz
    GPU: This is what makes it all crap Intel Hd Graphics
    16gb Of ram
    231 Gb of SSD and a terabyte of HHD (currently not working so I cant play beamng )

    My New Pc Specs I'm looking into getting during the sales
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Processor (36M Cache, up to 4.4 GHz)
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
    Ram 16GB
    SSD 512Gb (I don't know about the brand)
    HDD: 1 Terabyte And The Other Terabyte i'll move from my potato
    Motherboard: AMD B550
     
  19. Alzer07

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    First one: Laptop
    MSI GL62M 7REX... something
    CPU: I5 7300HQ
    GPU: GTX 1050 ti 2Go (2Go... beurk)
    RAM: 8Go
    HDD: 5400rpm (Was slow af and ended up dying...)
    Screen: 16:9 / 1080p / 60hz
    DEAD rn

    New one: Laptop
    Lenovo Legion 5 Pro 16ACH6H
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800H
    GPU: RTX 3070 Portable (not Max-Q)
    RAM: 16 Go (might upgrade that)
    SSD: 1 To (not sure about the details)
    Screen: 16:10 / 1660p / 165hz
    Goes like hell
     
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  20. SmashBurgerJ

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    Nice specs My new one will have the same GPU
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    Speaking of how do the 3070s run with beamng?
     
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