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oobeemind says

MacBook 13.3” (Last one before they became MacBook Pro, I’m not selling this one ever) 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 RAM 128 GB SSD

with an old emachines 15” external Monitor.

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pixeldelight says

iMac 2008

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Viral-Legacy says

It does the job.

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kg-nomad says
  • 1st (main): I7 2600K, 32Gb ram, GF GTX 460 GHL, HDD: 80Gb+200Gbx2+1500Gb
  • 2nd: C2Q9400, 8Gb ram, GF 7300, HDD 200Gb
  • 3rd (laptop): HP630
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LockeRoberts says

I use a very old pc ._. Dual core 3.2 GHz processor/ 2.5 gb ram/ 500 gb HDD

DC 3.2Ghz, 2.5 ram, 500 gb HDD is considered very old these days? I think I’m falling behind / aging too fast ;)

I have the same specs but upgraded to 6 GB RAM recently (I don’t think it’s made that much of a difference) + Win 8. The thing I really can’t live without are two 24” screens.

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LumenMedia says

Win 7 X64, Intel Core I7 2600K @ 4500 Mhz, 16 Gb RAM, NVidia GeForce 660TI, SSD 256 Gb, HDD – 4 Tb, TC Electronics Desktop Konnekt 6

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IngeniousArtist says


I use a very old pc ._. Dual core 3.2 GHz processor/ 2.5 gb ram/ 500 gb HDD

DC 3.2Ghz, 2.5 ram, 500 gb HDD is considered very old these days? I think I’m falling behind / aging too fast ;)

I have the same specs but upgraded to 6 GB RAM recently (I don’t think it’s made that much of a difference) + Win 8. The thing I really can’t live without are two 24” screens.

Lol thats because i upgraded it :D its like 6-8 years old, i had 512kb ram and 180gb :P just the processor was off the hook :3

I really want to play the new games :( sometimes it gets really slow :| and i get annoyed when i try to learn 3d lol

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soundtrove says

iMac 24” 2.4Ghz 6Gb Ram Macbook 2.0Ghz

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mariokulas says

PC:

- Intel i5 3570 3.8×4
- 8Gb RAM Patriot LE 1866 Mhz
- Asus GTX 660ti DDR5 2Gb
- HDD WD 500 Gb + external WD 500 Gb + 1Tb
- OCZ Fatal1ty 600W powersupply
- Dell UltraSharp U2412M (piece of crap btw)
- Logitech G300 mouse
- Some random keyboard
- Windows 7

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