PC Specs.. post them up.
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#26 - Vain
+1 for deggis.

Vain
lol deggis why so angry? PC envy?
maybe someone will be thinking about building a system and see some specs here and buy those parts.
sure there are many other places to get this info but the admins aparently don't see this thread as useless.

i mean saying things like that isnt exactly helping to bring the community closer together
Quote from Gabkicks :lol deggis why so angry? PC envy?

Because someone didn't use a search and then made a useless thread.

Quote :maybe someone will be thinking about building a system and see some specs here and buy those parts.
sure there are many other places to get this info but the admins aparently don't see this thread as useless.

Well you could do a "hardware discussion" thread or something like that. This kind of thread is nothing more than just endless PC specs listing.
AMD Athlon64 3200+"Venice"@ 3800+(10x240HTT)@1.41vCore and cooled by Arctic Cooling Frezzer64 Pro|Gainward Bliss 6800GS Golden Sample Goes like Hell 512MB(485/1300Mhz@510/1400Mhz)(Clocked with Gainward eXpertTool)|Asus A8N-E|OCZ 1024DDR400 Premier|Seasonic S12 430W|Samsung 250GB S-ATA.

The "LFS Benchmark" i do later!
I only have one comment for these types of threads. It is completely useless to post your framerate and compare to others unless you are running LFS the exact same way. Example:

I have 2 PC's networked together. I just unlocked LFS on the old PC so my 5 yr old can race against me on something other than Blackwood. Here's the specs for the 2 PC's

Old - Celeron 667 with 512 mb and pci ATI 9250 256 mb graphics. Pretty lame computer, eh? Well, she gets a solid 30 FPS on it, so, it's not too bad.

Mine - AMD Athalon 64 3500, 1 gig memory, and onboard 256 shared ATI Xpress 200 graphics. What do I get? Gee, a solid 30 FPS, same as her!

That's incredible, eh? Difference is, on the Celeron, that's at 800x600x16 with no AA/AF, all LFS LOD settings at minimum, etc. The ATI 3500 is 1152x864x32 with max AA/AF (I don't run AA/AF like this, only for comparison) and all LFS settings at max. (My normal racing is with 4xAA/ 4xAF and get between 40 - 60 FPS with full grid).

Moral of the story is, if you don't use the Unofficial LFS Benchmard configuration files to announce your framerate, then it means absolutely nothing.
Athlon xp 2600+
Asus A7N8X board
Ati Radeon 9800pro (Hercules)
1gig of ram

in single player on my own on kyoto i got

93fps from bumper camera
75fps from behind car follow
55fps from replay camera

with all AI on track at the back of the grid

40fps with bumper camera
29fps with follow behind car
not tested replay camera

for a 4 year old computer i am quite pleased with the way lfs runs.
I run it at 1024x768 res at 32 bit though and all detail at max
and with antialiasing set on 4x and anisotripic filtering on 4x

mad
My budget rig...

AsRock DualSata s939
AMD Athlon64 3000+
1024 Mbytes of RAM...the cheapest one I could find :P

Hercules Radeon 9600 256Mbytes (Slightly overclocked using Omega drivers and Traytools. Zalman Heatpipe fitted for silence )


Screen resolution is 1200x900, all LFS settings max
FPS are between 30-50 with AA and , and 70-100 without AA

Oh, and I always use cockpit view.
GAMING PC A

COOLERMASTER CM690 III ADVANCED CASE (GREEN)

Intel® Core™i7 Six Core Processor i7-5930K (3.5GHz) 15MB Cache

ASUS® X99-A: ATX, HSW-E CPU, USB 3.0, SATA 6 GB/s

16GB KINGSTON HYPER-X PREDATOR QUAD-DDR4 3000MHz X.M.P (2 x 8GB)

4GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 970 - 2 DVI, 1 HDMI, 1 DP - 3D Vision Ready

120GB KINGSTON HYPERX SAVAGE SSD, SATA 6 Gb/s (upto 560MB/sR | 360MB/sW)

2TB 3.5" SATA-III 6GB/s HDD 7200RPM 64MB CACHE

CORSAIR 750W CS SERIES™ MODULAR 80 PLUS® GOLD, ULTRA QUIET

Corsair H100i GTX Hydro Series High Performance CPU Cooler



GAMING PC B

STYLISH PIANO BLACK ENIGMA MICRO-ATX CASE + 2 FRONT USB

Intel® Core™i5 Quad Core Processor i5-4690 (3.5GHz) 6MB Cache

ASUS® H81M-PLUS: Micro-ATX, LG1150, USB 3.0, SATA 6GBs

16GB KINGSTON HYPER-X FURY DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz (1 x 8GB)

4GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 970 - 1 DVI, 1 mHDMI, 3 mDP - 3D Vision Ready

120GB KINGSTON SSD, SATA 6 Gb/s (upto 560MB/sR | 360MB/sW)

2TB 3.5" SEAGATE SSHD, SATA 6Gb/s 7200 RPM (64MB + 8GB SSD CACHE)

CORSAIR 550W VS SERIES™ VS-550 POWER SUPPLY

INTEL STANDARD CPU COOLER

LOGITECH G920

GT OMEGA STAND

OCULUS RIFT VR
Hi guys,

My second post here on the forum and I'm hoping that it stays relevant to this sub topic.


My PC configuration (with Oculus Rift) will be (purchase will be made in january 2019):
- HP workstation G4 V4
- Core : 7th gen intel i9 processor running @ 3.3 GHz
- 8 DIMM slots
- RAM : 16 gb for the first year
- Disk space: 2 TB Segate solid state hard drive
Nvidia GTX 1070 or P4000 Quaddro (still undecided as P4000 might have specific drivers that enable LFS to work better as a simulator in our lab)
- 3 monitors (NEC 50inch) linked side-side

@ Bator, how is your Gaming PC style B working out so far with the Oculus Rift? Any particulars to report regarding frame rate and motion sickness, if any?

Thanks!
Processor CPU: Intel i7 6700K Skylake 4.00Ghz (4 Cores)
CPU Cooling: Zalman x5 Performance Cooler
Memory: 16GB DDR4 2133Mhz (8GBx2)
Motherboard: Asus Z170 - Pro Gaming
SSD M.2 SATA: 1 TB SSD
Hard Disk 1: 2 Terabyte Hybrid with SSD Technology
Video Card(s): Nvidia GeForce GTX1080 8GB VR READY
Sound Card: ALC1150 HIGH DEFINITION
Wireless: Asus 300 MBPS Dual Band PCI-e
Power Supply: 850 Watt A/PFC 80+ BRONZE
Operating System: Windows 10 Professional Edition
Overview of my Rift gaming Pc.


Bought a rift 2 months back I now won't play a game unless its VR.


Ryzen7 2700x @ 4.2 on all cores

16gb DDR4

GTX 1080 ti

Only time I have felt ill in VR was any racing sim on a downhill chicane that went within a few days.
These are nice to read later, so I write all hw I remember to have had:

I think when I started in 2009 I had some Athlon64 3500 and silent Geforce GT9500 which cooked to 105 celsius degrees while playing LFS causing my screen frozing during game. That continued until I realized it was the gpu temp and I attached a 12cm fan into the gpu cooler. I used windows XP with probably 1GB or 1.5GB RAM.

In 2015 I had Win7, 8GB RAM, and Pentium G3240 with Integrated Intel graphics HD4000 or something like that and it was well enough to play LFS. I probably had already upgraded my graphics to Geforce 650 when new Blackwood was released.

My last configuration is Win 10, 8GB ram, Intel I5 4460 and Geforce 1050 which I used succesfully also with AC and R3E simulators.
CPU: Ryzen 2700x
RAM: 32 GB DDR4, 3200
GFX: GTX 1060, 6GB
HDD: 512 GB NVME, 256 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, 3 TB HDD

Running a dual boot (Ubuntu, Windows)
Quote from RC-Maus :Buid myself a new PC in April.

https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/17456643

I see you decided to go for the M.2, have you noticed any difference compared to an SSD? I heard those things are nuts!


I guess I'll show off mine.

Asus 24" LED A-Sync MG248Q 144hz (3x)
i7-6700k 4.0GHz
16GB ram @ 1200MHz
GTX 1080Ti 11GB

I installed speccy and noticed it says my graphics card only has 3070MB on both virtual and physical memory. Is anyone familiar with this issue? I'm sure this card should have 11GB.
I'll try other programs though to see if it might just be speccy being silly.
think the m.2 defo faster but my eyes can't see difference.

the m.2 u just put in mainboard some cover over it and u never know it's there Smile

But I have to work on my fan noise level (quiet anoying) and it's just 1 fan that blows the air into my case. When GPU is fully used and all 3 fans blow at max also noisy Shrug But happy with my Corsair liquit cpu cooler it has 2 fans but I hardly hear those Wink

Edit: My Old system was i7 3770k, 16 GB @1600, 250GB SSD (sata) with gtx1060. (my son happy with it)
Quote from kristofferandersen :I installed speccy and noticed it says my graphics card only has 3070MB on both virtual and physical memory. Is anyone familiar with this issue? I'm sure this card should have 11GB.
I'll try other programs though to see if it might just be speccy being silly.

What does task manager windows say?
I was looking through here hoping to see a post of my specs from back in the day, but no luck.

Curious what everyone is running now days.

At home I run:

i7 5820k @ 4.6Ghz
32GB DDR4 2400 XMP Quad Channel
MSI X99A Sli-Plus
MSI GTX 980
LG 3440x1440 IPS & Asus 1080p TN
Sandisk 256GB & Toshiba 3TB
Logitech Z-5500
Random other things
#44 - robt
Quote from DHRammstein :I was looking through here hoping to see a post of my specs from back in the day, but no luck.

Curious what everyone is running now days.

At home I run:

i7 5820k @ 4.6Ghz
32GB DDR4 2400 XMP Quad Channel
MSI X99A Sli-Plus
MSI GTX 980
LG 3440x1440 IPS & Asus 1080p TN
Sandisk 256GB & Toshiba 3TB
Logitech Z-5500
Random other things

you're probably thinking of this thread (which starts of with a high spec pentium 4!) https://www.lfs.net/forum/thread/85-Post-your-%22LFS%22-rig--
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