What's your setup?
#1
Personally I don't have a 'gaming PC' just a pansy little laptop, but I know some of you must have Alienware stuff and other towering pillars of technological might in order to run the latest games at ultra graphics, so here's a place to talk about what you have, what's best and what people should buy if they are thinking of investing in the future.
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#2
Mm alienware x51.

Gtx660. 8gb something or other ram. I dont know.
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#3
My computer is a Dell with 512MB ram and 70GB hard drive and integrated graphics.

Boom.

This was my gaming PC, I use a chromebook now for all my work and browsing and Netflix and whatnot. Probably still better than that monstrosity.
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#4
I have a shiny new HP Envy which, so far, I have just used for work rather than gaming of any kind.
It has an Intel i7 at 3.0 GHz, 16GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive (inc 8 GB solid state drive) wth a GTX 850M graphics card.
To be quite honest, I have no idea what games tha would run! Probably not Crysis though...
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#5
I've had my gaming PC for about two and a half years but here's the specs:

Intel i7 3770k @ 3.5GHz
16GB RAM
2GB GTX 680 Overclocked (virtually the same as a GTX 770, but I'll need to upgrade to a 4GB card soon)
240GB SSD
2TB HDD + 2TB eSATA external + 1TB USB 3.0 external (because I have a lot of porn, lol)

Nothing can run Crysis at 60fps because the engine is a piece of shit. Crysis 2 I can do at 60fps, Crysis 3 I don't think so but I haven't got it because I hated 2.
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