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I would like a rating on a scale of 1 to 10, how good would you consider my PC?

Summary
Operating System
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
CPU
Intel Core i5 4670K @ 3.40GHz
Haswell 22nm Technology

RAM
32.0GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 833MHz (9-10-9-27)
Motherboard
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. Z87-DELUXE (SOCKET 1150)
Graphics
D185wA (1366x768@60Hz)
2047MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (EVGA) x2

Storage
3726GB Seagate ST4000DM000-1F2168 (SATA)
Optical Drives
LITE-ON DVDRW LH-20A1S
Audio
NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible) (WDM)
Operating System
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
Computer type: Desktop

Case
Cooler Master HAF-932
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  1. Why did you get so much slow RAM? You could have got 16 GB at 2133Mhz and had more of a performance boost.
  2. I bought this computer from someone, so i cannot answer said question.
  3. For gaming performance I give it an 8.

    But I subtract 4 points for overall design.

    2 points for having 2 760's, as they are less efficient than a 780 and more expensive.
    1 point for the 4 TB disk and no SSD
    1 point for the choice of RAM.

    Total: 4/10

    Verdict: A system designed by someone who was more interesting in spending money than building a decent system. Shaving a few dollars on many components could have built a faster, more stable system for less money.
  4. Damn, it plays every game i have at over 80 fps, so i don't know how someone could give it a four?!?
  5. KRAB MAN said:
    Damn, it plays every game i have at over 80 fps, so i don't know how someone could give it a four?!?


    That's the only piece of information that's needed. The actual hardware that does it is irrelevant. If it gives over 80fps on every game you have, then it's 10/10.

    However, if you are actually asking people to rate the hardware, which I thought you were as you didn't initially state the actual gaming performance, then I'd give it 6/10, because there are certain areas which should be improved.

    It's like if I asked someone to rate my 8 year old Dell core2duo laptop and then got narked because someone said it was 2/10 and I replied; well it plays minesweeper fine which is all I want so shouldn't it be 10/10!

    In that case, my question should have been; can you rate my laptop's ability to play minesweeper.

    So your question should have been; can you rate my PCs ability to play all the games I have at 80 fps. As you've stated it can, then the answer would be 10/10. Simples ;-)
  6. cpu - 9
    motherboard - 9.5
    RAM - I'm assuming that 1866mhz(windows will show it running @ 933mhz. 32GB) it's big time overkill. Hard to rate not knowing the brand.
    video card - 7.5
    hard drive - 7
    case - 8.5
    monitor - 3 or 4
    power supply?????????

    Can't rate the whole system without knowing the power supply.
  7. Ha I didn't even notice it was TWO GTX760s

    That monitor is god awful. No wonder you're getting 80+ fps on every game.


    What about a cpu cooler? Is it stock or aftermarket?
  8. The RAM is 2 16gb corsair dominator cards.
  9. aftermarket
  10. I'm 99.9999% positive that RAM is 1866mhz.

    What power supply is it?
  11. 700w corsair
  12. I used speccy to see my components, don't know if its 100% accurate.
  13. Best answer
    Your build without the monitor is a solid 8/10. I agree that money was not necessarily spent wisely went the parts were chosen, but it's still a good build. You've got to get yourself a 1080p monitor though and do those 760s some justice.
  14. Thanks alot man, i just wanted a good rating from people who knew what they were talking about, next time ill try to get exact facts about the parts i have.
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