almost 3 years now but still more than fine for me
Got it in June 2013, has two 680s in SLI which when works gives good performance in everything still
2 years old.. it will be my last pc since im not a gamer anymore.. whenever it breaks i will invest a couple hundos in a decent lappie
a year and a half or so (april/may of 2018)
Bought it in spring last year. I bought it when the prices were on the peek, so that kinda sucks :/
HP PROBOOK 640 G1
INTEL HD GRAPHICS 4600
I built it in 2011. Motherboard (ASRock > Z68 Pro3 Gen3) , CPU (i5 2500k@5ghz) and RAM (8gb 1833MHZ) still in it.
Bought it in 2015 (laptop)
My new laptop arrived yesterday :)
17.3" 144hz w/gsync
I9 9900K ( yes, desktop chip in a laptop )
RTX 2070 ( desktop chip again, not a mobile rtx 2070 or 2070 q max )
512GB m.2 ssd
16 GB 3600mhz ddr4
so on and so forth :) ( i have a desktop as well blah blah blah )
built it in august 2013. can't believe that I've had it for this long. specs btw:
750W 80+ bronze
i5 8400 GTX 970 8GB RAM And I can still play the latest games at high settings: D On next year the graphics card will be replaced.
The old graphics card got fried because faulty psu so i replaced it with a gtx 1070
but still 300+ fps
2013, still working fine to games like Witcher 3, Mafia 3 etc
Built it in june 2017 so 2.5 years old almost.
3 months old (ryzen 5 3600 + 16gb 3400mhz ram + Rx 5700xt)
Over 5 years old
27" BenQ XL2720Z
AMD 8-Core FX-8350
ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z
SAPPHIRE Nitro R9 390 8GB (512-Bit)
G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GB DDR3 1866
Corsair Force Series GS SSD
DEEPCOOL Captain 240EX
It's older than Dinosaurs...
bought it in 2017 october
replaced graphics card on 20 september 2019
replaced the cpu on 24 july
replaced my main monitor 4 days ago
all the same since start
added better cooling in may 2019
Summer 2012, i upgraded it with a 1070 a couple of years later.
Imagine the bottleneck lol
A year and a half aprox. (march 2018)
originally christmas 2015 ... with new mobo, ram, cpu 1 month ago
Later update a gtx 1070
MSI Stealth thin
9900k bought in september + 1070, upgrading to new nvidia series next year
Builded it myself. Pretty weak specs ik
I7 860 about 7 years old dunno
Geforce gtx 770 about 3 years old
8 gigs of ram.
Old ass Asus motherboard
Got 1.7k atm saved for a new build but I'm waiting for Q1 2020 for Ryzen 4000 and the next generation of GPUs. Should easily have over 2k for a half-decent pc.
Case 20 years.
Motherboard and part of the RAM, harddrives and psu 12 years.
CPU ~10 years.
Graphicscard 2 years.
SSD 4 years.
Got an old laptop that I bought in 2012 (?) that's pretty awful. Get about 100 fps in CS:GO but tends to drop/fluctuate a lot making the game quite unplayable against decent opposition.
Been thinking about buying a new desktop for a while now but I really never got to it - mostly because I work a lot.
built mine this summer mens B)
winter 2008, runs csgo just fine with 100+ fps. I switched the graphics card in 2012
Intel quad coreQ9400 2.66 ghz
geforce 660 ti or smt
Probably the eldest PC here ahah.
Bought it in 2017 I think, upgraded gpu in 2018
very new, and I'm upgrading parts every year. Although my hard drives are 8 years old, does that count?
october 2017 upgraded cpu in december 2017
July 2039. Can timetravel with the PC!!
Early december 2017, thinking about upgrading it since its starting to stop running as smoothly as it has done
I upgrade components quite regularly.
think urself i guess, i have:
2x 1080 8gb
g skill 2x8 3000mhz
think I upgraded in late september.
21.2.2017 cpu and mb upgraded 2018
8700K 5Ghz delided
Z370 ROG X CODE
GTX 1080 Hybrid
My PC was from 2012. Weirdly I could run CSGO with 200 fps and some games smoothly like Fortnite, BO4
Now I’ve got a brand new 2 days PC :D i7 9700k RTX2080 SSD and all that stuff
music computer 1 macbook pro is 3 months
music computer 2 zenbook is 6 months
desktop is 5 years ish. never formatted or anything, still max out what i use it for
cpu 4 years
ram 4 years
gpu 2 years
20 GB RAM
SSD 120 GB
WD BLUE 1T
7 years, still doing good
2013 Dell inspron notebook. still cs
bought in summer 2017
runs well with pretty big games
Old enough to drink in the US
March 2011. shitty desktop
Whatever year everyone was making builds with 4790k and gtx 970/980s
I think 2015 ?
March 2011, GPU+SSD upgrade November 2015
msi gt 60 laptop with upgraded gtx780m gpu and i7 2820qm someday later in future i will upgrade to gtx 980m or maybe 1060
10 years and a month if we look at the motherboard and CPU (Core i7-870). Since always playing at max resolution the GPU is still more of a bottleneck.
It was the top end CPU at the time and CPU performance is not as bad as one would think for a 10 year old, pretty much everything else in the machine has been swapped on like I am on the third GPU and there is of course SSD's, a USB 3 interface card, double the original ram, a better case, a more silent PSU... and higher res monitors (loving my 40" 4K monitor).
Still I am looking to build a new rig, just waiting to see what AMD is coming with on the GPU front and then I will pull the trigger on what CPU is best at the time.
Intel i7 9700k
4670K 4.2 Ghz
csgo runs like shit, dips below 120 fps in intense moments. Tried everything to increase fps but nothing has helped, so I think its time for a fresh windows install.
Built it 5 months ago, rtx 2080 - i7 9700k
4 or 5 years
amdfx8350 4.0 ghz
geforce 1060 6gb
32gb ram < i have 32 cuz back in the days RAMS were really cheap . Now ull buy only half of it for same price.
I would have boasted that my case is 15+ years old, but I replaced it a few months ago because it couldn't fit newer components in anymore. Still have it though. It weighs like 5kg, made of solid steel. Could drop it on other PCs and crush them without a dent lol. Don't make 'em like that anymore, or at least, not for anything less than $500 probably.