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Post Your PowerPC Setup

by phonenet / June 20, 2013 11:59 AM PDT

I thought it'd be a sweet idea to make a thread for people who use this subforum to post their setups as there isn't one as of now. Happy posting!

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by bob b / June 22, 2013 5:46 AM PDT

Ram...4Gb....speed?.....I forget.

This beast is a screamer.
I get a gazillion fps when loading web pages.......tic.

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by mopscare42 / June 23, 2013 12:04 PM PDT
In reply to: Power pc

CPU- i7-3820
GPU- GTX-560Ti
16 gig- DDR3 Quad Channel 1600MHz Ram
Kingston V+200 240Gig SSD.

I don't get a gazillion fps out of it, but it is by far the best computer I have ever owned, speed wise or otherwise.

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