Computer Scientist Undergrad with knowledge in Math & Psychology
Post by lanbo on Sept 9, 2017 20:51:58 GMT -7
I need a job. I use my laptop that I bought 4 years ago for school. It can handle RS on medium graphics. I'll spare you the details of the specs to keep your eyes in tact. You're welcome!!
Post by xxinfectedxx on Dec 12, 2017 9:00:53 GMT -7
Most gamers have a tower but some gamers prefer to have a gaming Laptop or a normal laptop with good specifications that can still do the job. I have a normal Lenovo Laptop that can still run all the flash games etc. It depends on the type of games you want to play for what specifications are going to need and this will then depend how much money are going to have spend on your gaming setup.
i7 4790k w/ h100i 32gb rgb cancer ramsticks 2x 980Ti 3x 2TB western digital hdds, 1 512gb samsung ssd, 1 128gb 3 benq monitors, 1080p 60hz Poker II keyboard, razer naga mouse, blue yeti mic
Post by thebestgamerz on Jul 26, 2018 20:23:54 GMT -7
I build my computer in late 2012 as a workhouse that could both act as a workstation and gaming machine, it has the following specs;
CPU: Intel Core I7 3770K RAM: 32GB 1330Mhz DDR3 (Dual channel) Motherboard: Intel DP67BA Graphics Card: XFX core 7950 3GB (Pretty slow for a 4K monitor I have nowadays but I might upgrade it when GPU prices are good.)
The computer still serves me well after over five years of use.
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7820HK CPU @ 2.90GHz, 2901 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s) RAM: 16GB DDR4 at 2667MHz (2x8GB) SSD/HDD: 256GB PCIe SSD + 1TB 7200RPM GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 with 8GB GDDR5X RAM Display: 17.3 QHD (2560 x 1440) KBL GSYNC w/Tobi - 120Hz WiFI/Bluetooth: Killer WiFI / Bluetooth Extras: Multi-colored keyboard backlighting and accent lights, backlit trackpad, FHD camera with IR and Tobii eye tracking, Windows Hello technology, built in subwoofer, programmable macro keys
Post by Andrew on Sept 3, 2018 11:31:36 GMT -7
My specs are sad, I know . Granted, my love of technology runs deep, but not my pocket. This was a then top-notch PC about 12-14 years ago. I only do custom builds so the most I've done extra/had to do is upgrade the memory and OS, and it's been a workhorse ever since. It's WAYYYYYYY past time to upgrade to a newer PC, because although it's still speedy, it can't play any games on Steam.
This shows Win 7, but I've upgraded to Windows 10 Pro since this. Everything else is antiquated I mean accurate.