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Show us your battle stations!

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Eggnogg, Feb 18, 2012.

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  1. Ni

    Ni Battle Angel Forum Moderator Mapping Moderator Donator Tester Official Server Admin
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    Can someone recommend me a good gaming pc under lets say 1000€?
     
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  2. erik102003

    erik102003 Shark Slayer Tester

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    "high end" "under 1000e" these 4 words cant go together
     
  3. Asu

    Asu THD Team THD Team Forum Moderator

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  4. Ni

    Ni Battle Angel Forum Moderator Mapping Moderator Donator Tester Official Server Admin
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  5. 8x

    8x Elimination Et Choix Traduisant la Realité Forum Moderator Tester Official Server Admin
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    Within that budget you may want to check some used components at ebay or somewhere similar. There's plenty of Xeons for instance for less than 100€. That, or going with Ryzen :>
     
  6. Asu

    Asu THD Team THD Team Forum Moderator

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    True, but ryzen CPUs should be quite better at gaming anyway.
     
  7. asger75

    asger75 Bison Rider

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    looks gross
     
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  8. 8x

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    Time to share this miracle of the technology, or my "battlerat station":
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    Plain and simple, this 6-year old little piece of hardware has served extremely well for my purposes. I'm not a hardcore gamer as you can imagine. After some time however I started to plug it into a wider and better monitor.
     
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  9. Lava

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    has your mouse given you any trouble? i had a mad catz keyboard and i had so many problems with it.
     
  10. Potatobird

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    Looks like an XPS? I loved my XPS. It did eventually break down, tho, mine didn't last nearly as long as yours, sadface.
     
  11. 8x

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    The mouse has always worked well, and yeah, it's an XPS, from early-mid 2011 and on discount by the end of that year. The battery died around 2 years ago (along with a broken cable from the power supply, which I did replace), and the keyboard has a couple of problems too. Other than that, it's worked well.
    I require much more power nowadays and once I get some money I'll get a build based on x99 and Xeons.
     
  12. I haven't posted here in a while, this is my place nowadays:
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  13. PooManCHU

    PooManCHU Shopkeep Stealer

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    propping up your laptop with old yugioh cards, the man. i use old ramen packets to keep my monitor hinge were i want it
     
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