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What was the last piece of hardware you purchased?

Discussion in 'Audio/Visual' started by pdonnell, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. pdonnell

    pdonnell eTeknix Content Manager eTeknix Staff Forum Admin Forum Mod

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    Location:
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    CPU:
    Intel i5 4690K
    Motherboard:
    MSI MPOWER Z97
    Memory (RAM):
    Kingston XPredator 2400Mhz 8GB
    Storage:
    512GB SanDisk Extreme PRo
    Graphics Card(s):
    GTX 1080
    Power Supply (PSU):
    Seasonic 1000W Platinum
    Monitor(s):
    iiyama Prolite 4K 28"
    Operating System(s):
    Windows 10
    Internet Connection:
    6mb DL .65 UL
    Big or small, cheap or expensive, what was it and are you happy with your purchase?
     
  2. ShnabS

    ShnabS New Member

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    Intel i5-6400 and Crucial Ballistics Sport 2400. And before them Crucial MX200.
     
  3. Ashara

    Ashara New Member

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    CPU:
    i5-4460
    Motherboard:
    Gigabyte B85M-D2V
    Memory (RAM):
    16Gb 1600MHz HyperX Savage
    Storage:
    120Gb SSD+1,5Tb HDD
    Graphics Card(s):
    GT730
    Power Supply (PSU):
    650W Chieftech
    Case:
    Cooler Master Midi Tower N400
    Monitor(s):
    LG 21,5" IPS224V 1080p
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    Win7
    A mouse (A4Tech X7 XL-747H) and before that an SD card fo my mobile phone, I think. I like this mouse (the prev. was one like this, too, just it was very old now), it's comfortable for my hand. And it's not so expensive.
     
  4. Djolovicl

    Djolovicl eTeknix Janitor Forum Mod

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    Intel Celeron 3205U @ 1.50 GHz
    Memory (RAM):
    4GB DDR3L SDRAM
    Storage:
    SSD M.2 SATA3 128GB Team Lite Type 2242
    Graphics Card(s):
    Intel HD Graphics
    Monitor(s):
    ASUS MG279Q 1440p
    Operating System(s):
    Chrome OS - Version 60.0.3112.114 (Official Build) (64-bit)
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    This thread is in audio/visual section folks, mice, processors, SD cards don't really fit in.
     
  5. Diaperjim

    Diaperjim New Member

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    Bought an XITE-1 Audio Interface.
    Uses PCI-e 1X Connector Card.
    Made in Germany.

    It does all audio number crunching using 18 x SHARC ADSP-21369 chips by Analog Devices.
    I connect it to a 4U Windows 7 PC I built.

    I'd post a picture but it seems I'm not worthy.
    Too bad.
    I'll still keep reading your reviews.
    Somebody else can share audio HTPC Skills.
    My DSP FPGA and vintage tube tricks will remain "Top Secret."
     

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