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Windows 7: What is the World most Powerful Gaming pc Configaration

27 Feb 2013   #11
shinigami8671

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

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Intel Core i7-3970X + Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan. Absolute performance....but well out of the price range of everyone.
one would think so but truth is far from it,a friend of mine has 2 xeon processors,each with 12MB cache and running at 4.5Ghz,4 7970's and 32GB ram,at the time i thought holy crap,how rich are you,but now after looking around,i see people using entire servers with more then 20 cores and 64 gigs of ram for gaming. Needless to say,no game out today (or in te next few decades) is gona demand that much power.
This post right here.

People are too self absorbed with CPU power and forget it really depends on GPU power.

Now. If he is thinking straight into the future. Sure, he is set for life.
But tough luck when that motherboard or CPU stop working.
well my guess is that if someone can afford a system like that in the first place,im sure he/she can replace it or perhaps claim warranty if available. And CPU and board/rams are the most basic things for a PC man,new GPU's come out every damn week and there are SO many variations in each model too,GPU can be bought and upgraded many times without changing any other thing from the system.


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27 Feb 2013   #12
Erick Aguilar

Windows 7 professional X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by shinigami8671 View Post
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one would think so but truth is far from it,a friend of mine has 2 xeon processors,each with 12MB cache and running at 4.5Ghz,4 7970's and 32GB ram,at the time i thought holy crap,how rich are you,but now after looking around,i see people using entire servers with more then 20 cores and 64 gigs of ram for gaming. Needless to say,no game out today (or in te next few decades) is gona demand that much power.
This post right here.

People are too self absorbed with CPU power and forget it really depends on GPU power.

Now. If he is thinking straight into the future. Sure, he is set for life.
But tough luck when that motherboard or CPU stop working.
well my guess is that if someone can afford a system like that in the first place,im sure he/she can replace it or perhaps claim warranty if available. And CPU and board/rams are the most basic things for a PC man,new GPU's come out every damn week and there are SO many variations in each model too,GPU can be bought and upgraded many times without changing any other thing from the system.
I don't know why the only thing I kept thinking about was PSU..PSU...PSU...PSU..
I may be going crazy.
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27 Feb 2013   #13
shinigami8671

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Erick Aguilar View Post
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This post right here.

People are too self absorbed with CPU power and forget it really depends on GPU power.

Now. If he is thinking straight into the future. Sure, he is set for life.
But tough luck when that motherboard or CPU stop working.
well my guess is that if someone can afford a system like that in the first place,im sure he/she can replace it or perhaps claim warranty if available. And CPU and board/rams are the most basic things for a PC man,new GPU's come out every damn week and there are SO many variations in each model too,GPU can be bought and upgraded many times without changing any other thing from the system.
I don't know why the only thing I kept thinking about was PSU..PSU...PSU...PSU..
I may be going crazy.
haha no if you get a good PSU once which costs a pretty penny if i might add,you will be set for a while. OR you could use more then 1 psu also.
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27 Feb 2013   #14
Erick Aguilar

Windows 7 professional X64
 
 

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well my guess is that if someone can afford a system like that in the first place,im sure he/she can replace it or perhaps claim warranty if available. And CPU and board/rams are the most basic things for a PC man,new GPU's come out every damn week and there are SO many variations in each model too,GPU can be bought and upgraded many times without changing any other thing from the system.
I don't know why the only thing I kept thinking about was PSU..PSU...PSU...PSU..
I may be going crazy.
haha no if you get a good PSU once which costs a pretty penny if i might add,you will be set for a while. OR you could use more then 1 psu also.
That got my interest. Elaborate please?
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27 Feb 2013   #15
shinigami8671

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Info: Can I use two Power supplies with one computer??
something like this i guess,im sure there are other ways and some custom PSU's especially for this purpose (to be used as the secondary power supple). Even in some top of the line alienware cases there is another space for yet another PSU.
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27 Feb 2013   #16
AstaLaVista

Windows 7 x64 (Ultimate)
 
 

As long as there is stupid money, there will be people making more technology than what we need or are capable of using?

I remember buying a 56 kbps dial-up modem back in the day when 2400 was fast then learning that ISPs were only capable of 42 or 46 kbps MAX so I was never going to utilize it anyways. Oh and, by the time they were already at 46 I was already on ADSL
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27 Feb 2013   #17
Thorsen

Win7 Home Premium 64x
 
 

This maybe? and add better video cards (since you didn't specify multiple HDD's in RAID....)

Also, I find your lack of SLI/Crossfire disturbing. put 4 7970's in that thang

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28 Feb 2013   #18
Chalky Emultion

 

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Intel Core i7-3970X + Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan. Absolute performance....but well out of the price range of everyone.
The GTX 690 is actually 20-25% faster than a GTX Titan, if we talk about a single physical GPU
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28 Feb 2013   #19
yayzski

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

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Intel Core i7-3970X + Nvidia Geforce GTX Titan. Absolute performance....but well out of the price range of everyone.
The GTX 690 is actually 20-25% faster than a GTX Titan, if we talk about a single physical GPU
you are rigth bro...gtx 690 is much faster than gtx titan...
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