What are your pc/laptop specs


Just a random question to pass some time
My laptop
i5 4210u dual core 1,7ghz
Gt 840m 2gb vram
8 gb ram

Upcoming PC
Ryzen 5 1600x 6 core 3,6ghz
16gb ddr4-2666
Haven’t made a decision for a gpu yet

Have fun telling us about your setup :smiley:


My main PC:

Processor: i5-6600k running at 3.9 GHz
GPU: Asus Dual GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5
Memory: 16GB DDR4-3000

Full list (if interested): https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/12848/saved/#view=62mqsY

Here is the MacBook I also plan on using for ACEO: https://support.apple.com/kb/SP715?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US (I have the 256GB model)

I wonder how many gates/passengers my computer is able to handle! I plan on building a few gates at a time and slowly increasing the airport in size. :airplane:


CPU: AMD X4 860K 3.7ghz
GPU: GTX 1060 6GB
And a 1tb sshd (hybrid)


8GB RAM is possible on DDR3?? I thought 6GB was max.


I have the following:

CPU- AMD FX 4200 (a little bit old, but it does its job, if i had the $$$ i would upgrade to a fx 6300)

GPU- NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti 4gb (of GDDR5 VRAM) Windforce (dual fans)

And a whopping (overkill) 16 gb’s of ram.



What? No you can get up to like 32gb, DDR3 is still the norm


As I am away on vacation, I can only give minor stuff without detail:
CPU: i5 at 3.0ghz
GPU: gtx 560~(?) 2gb, (gonna get a new one soon, heard there’s some new nvidea’s coming out sometime end of the year)
Win 10
(4 years old, and it’s served me well, either gonna deck the heck out of it soon or just start from scratch)


CPU - AMD hex core (maybe 6000, idk)
GPU - GTX750ti
RAM - 16GB
Win 10

It’s old-ish, but it can run high intensity games, graphics and performance wise, well. Stuff like Planetside 2 and War Thunder run at 60fps on high graphics, and they have shiny graphics.


If its a 6-core its most likely in the 6000’s , definitely not a 4000 one


Fair enough…
A friend donated it a few years ago…


Here’s my specs:

HP 750-175se
Intel core i7-6700 CPU @ 3.40 GHz
RAM: 16.0
OS: Windows 7 64-bit
Monitor: Pavilion 25xw

It runs games smoothly for me very well. GTA has ran well with higher settings(not max of course), but have had few framerate drops. I imagine I shouldn’t have too much difficulty with ACEO. I originally bought it for gaming use, but it has also done well for other multimedia use. I would recommend it for anybody who’s looking for an upgrade. It’s a bit pricey but I found a coupon that saved me a bit for the computer, so decided to jump on it.


I have 16gb of ddr3 and its fine :wink:


Intel Core 7 7700HQ
Gtx 1070
Ram 16gm


CPU: Intel i7-6700k at 4ghz
RAM: 16gb
Video Card: Gforce GTX 1080
SSD: 256gb
OS: Windows 10
34 inch monitor


CPU: Intel i7-6500U @ 2.5GHz
GPU: AMD Radeon R7 M360
OS: Windows 10
Screen size: 15 inch


CPU: Intel i7-4790k at 4.4ghz
Cooler: Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO
RAM: 32gb DDR3 Corsair Vengeance RAM @ 1600mhz
Video Card: Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX980 SOC 4GB DDR5
PSU: 750w EVGA Modular Gold Power Supply
Storage: 2TBHDD, 250GB SSD, 500GB SSD
OS: Windows 10 64bit PRO


Lenovo Thinkpad T530
CPU i7 3610QM 2,3GHZ (3,3GHZ)
GPU Nvidia NVS 5400M 1GB DDR3 (comparable to a GT 630M)

I have this setup for 4-5 years now, 9 cell battery still does a stunning 4 hours of browsing (gaming like 25 minutes XD)


hey, I’m using the same MacBook!


Nice! I am hoping that eventually the developers will implement steam cloud save so I can play on my PC when I’m at home, but also on my laptop when I’m on the go.


I hope they do too. Thatll be very convenient