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10-15-16 04:49 PM
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I can't game too much with my setup, but it gets the job done. Hopefully, my friend's gaming setup will be done soon.

For about 6 years, I've had an Acer Aspire laptop with the following specs:
OS: Windows 10 (64-Bit)
CPU: Intel Pentium P6100 (Dual-core 2GHZ)
GPU: Intel HD Graphics
RAM: 6GB (Upgraded from 3GB)
Resolution: 1600X900
Storage: 250GB HDD

Because I live in a remote area, I'm stuck with an unreliable Verizon DSL 3 Mbps connection. Now that wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the fact that 2-4 family members are streaming/downloading on the connection at any given moment. This doesn't leave nearly enough bandwidth to play online without painfully lagging. (Seriously, I've gotten lag up to 1500ms)

What are your computer and connection specs?
I can't game too much with my setup, but it gets the job done. Hopefully, my friend's gaming setup will be done soon.

For about 6 years, I've had an Acer Aspire laptop with the following specs:
OS: Windows 10 (64-Bit)
CPU: Intel Pentium P6100 (Dual-core 2GHZ)
GPU: Intel HD Graphics
RAM: 6GB (Upgraded from 3GB)
Resolution: 1600X900
Storage: 250GB HDD

Because I live in a remote area, I'm stuck with an unreliable Verizon DSL 3 Mbps connection. Now that wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the fact that 2-4 family members are streaming/downloading on the connection at any given moment. This doesn't leave nearly enough bandwidth to play online without painfully lagging. (Seriously, I've gotten lag up to 1500ms)

What are your computer and connection specs?
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10-15-16 07:46 PM
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Well, same DSL because we live together (since, you know, we're siblings). As for my gaming setup specs...

Acer Aspire 7739Z
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 (64-Bit)
CPU: Intel Pentium Dual-Core P6200 @ 2.13 GHZ
GPU: Intel HD Graphics
Ram: 4GB
Resolution 1600X900
Storage: 1 TB (Upgraded from 500 GB after it got damaged)

Yeah, since we both have Acer Aspires, our specs are relatively the same.
Well, same DSL because we live together (since, you know, we're siblings). As for my gaming setup specs...

Acer Aspire 7739Z
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 (64-Bit)
CPU: Intel Pentium Dual-Core P6200 @ 2.13 GHZ
GPU: Intel HD Graphics
Ram: 4GB
Resolution 1600X900
Storage: 1 TB (Upgraded from 500 GB after it got damaged)

Yeah, since we both have Acer Aspires, our specs are relatively the same.
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My rig is pretty sweet and I've put a lot of work into it. For a base, I have a Toshiba Satellite C655D-S5200. I upgraded from Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit to a pirated copy of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit after the HDD died, which I've replaced twice. I've got the standard keyboard that came with it except I've customized it with some scotch tape because one of my dad's cats ripped the left CTRL key off. I also broke the spacebar so I get the most desirable mushy, uncontrollable feel possible. Standard track pad that I had to disable because the left click button stuck, but who uses those, anyway? Why not use a really awesome, bottom of the line Dell mouse that you got at a yard sale for 15 cents? The battery's completely dead, but I've also got this really cool aftermarket universal charger since the last three brand name chargers that I had all shorted out or almost caught fire. As far as the guts of it go, I have one of the best gaming CPUs on the market: The AMD C-50. Two cores at a whopping 1 Ghz makes sure I can run any game I want at full speed, just as long as I don't try to venture too far beyond GBA emulation. As for the graphics, my AMD Radeon HD 6250 makes sure to eat a little over a half gig of system memory without actually doing much. I upgraded my 3 GB of DDR3 to 4GB after I cannibalized a bricked Sony VAIO that I got for next to nothing. And last but not least, I use a water damaged slim PlayStation 2 as a mouse pad. Now I'm actually not joking when I say that the PS2 is the greatest mouse pad that I've ever used. If you don't believe me, try it. It's absolutely unreal how much more sensitive it feels than a little rubber and foam mat. I'm serious, try it.
My rig is pretty sweet and I've put a lot of work into it. For a base, I have a Toshiba Satellite C655D-S5200. I upgraded from Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit to a pirated copy of Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit after the HDD died, which I've replaced twice. I've got the standard keyboard that came with it except I've customized it with some scotch tape because one of my dad's cats ripped the left CTRL key off. I also broke the spacebar so I get the most desirable mushy, uncontrollable feel possible. Standard track pad that I had to disable because the left click button stuck, but who uses those, anyway? Why not use a really awesome, bottom of the line Dell mouse that you got at a yard sale for 15 cents? The battery's completely dead, but I've also got this really cool aftermarket universal charger since the last three brand name chargers that I had all shorted out or almost caught fire. As far as the guts of it go, I have one of the best gaming CPUs on the market: The AMD C-50. Two cores at a whopping 1 Ghz makes sure I can run any game I want at full speed, just as long as I don't try to venture too far beyond GBA emulation. As for the graphics, my AMD Radeon HD 6250 makes sure to eat a little over a half gig of system memory without actually doing much. I upgraded my 3 GB of DDR3 to 4GB after I cannibalized a bricked Sony VAIO that I got for next to nothing. And last but not least, I use a water damaged slim PlayStation 2 as a mouse pad. Now I'm actually not joking when I say that the PS2 is the greatest mouse pad that I've ever used. If you don't believe me, try it. It's absolutely unreal how much more sensitive it feels than a little rubber and foam mat. I'm serious, try it.
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