and what did you use it for?
ignore temp, I've been playing back four videos at a time at 2x speed for the past hour or so.
This one right now
32gb 2400 RAM overclocked
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme 6GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0
x99A SLI Krait Edition mobo
Use it for gayming and ArcGIS
>it is a bit complicated.
Basically it's a rogue group of /o/ that lives like a family inside their twingo threads.
Here, have some technology to get this thread back on topic.
I used a built in computer on a 747 once.
I turned of the screen.
my firstname.lastname@example.org for gaming. works well. I still think it would be nice to have 8 cores at 5ghz with a more efficient architecture. and for shit to actually use it all. Maybe at the end of the year...pls...
My work computer had a $5000 graphics card, Ivy Bridge performance series processor, and an SSD root drive. My custom build Linux box blows it away. I use a few CLI multi-threading programs and Kodi. Pretty sublime.
I live in a 3rd world shithole so here it goes, it was a Dell Latitude
>Intel HD Graphics 3000
>4 GB DDR3 RAM
>500 GB HDD
>13 inch screen
>used it to play fallout 3
Meanwhile my main PC still runs on Pentium 4 with a iGPU that cant even support T&L, and cant even run the original mount and blade playably or open minecraft at all. It doesn't even have PCIe slots, just PCI slots because its so damn old, even an NUC would be an improvement over this, hell even a raspi would be
Did you see any time machine research happening?
>I use it for shitposting on 4chan
Does this mean its now an ASIC?
Are we all Shitposting ASIC's?
I own a company that designs and builds workstations, which are then donated to public schools in an effort to bolster our educational resources in the classroom.
They're nothing NASA would use, but we're talking xeons and quadros.