Go ahead and post your PC specs here. I’ll start with mine.
I’m not entirely sure what my case is, I’ve had it for a few years now and I’ve forgotten what it’s called. One of the sidepanels has a glass window on it allowing me to see the hardware inside my system. The front panel has 2 USB ports, a headphone jack and a microphone jack, with the Power and Reset buttons directly above and front ventilation below. The front vent has a bright blue light inside it, indicating power, but I’m not too sure what it’s shaped like. There is also room for 3 different optical or floppy drives at once, though I only use one slot for a DVD burner.
Inside, I have my famous AMD A10-7700K APU clocked at 3.4GHz, with onboard AMD Radeon R7 graphics. I don’t use the onboard graphics because I also have an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050ti with 4GB VRAM inside. For RAM, I have 8GB DDR3, and the motherboard is some Gigabyte one whose model I forget.
For storage, I have a 250GB SSD which I use as my primary boot drive, and a 1TB hard drive which I use for long-term file storage, backups, archival, etc. In fact, I still have most of the ShiftOS 1.x releases on that thing and I haven’t worked on ShiftOS in what seems like forever. (Nor do I have plans to.)
For cooling, I have the Cooler Master Hyper-D92 dual-fan air cooler. I’ve only had this cooler for a few months, and for the few years prior to me getting it, I ran my system with the stock AMD cooler that came with my APU. Bad idea.
The stock cooler was extremely loud, and a few of my temperature sensors were bad. Couple this with the fact that Canadian summers are getting almost as bad as Australian ones, and Donald Trump still likes to call us “Snow Mexicans” despite our winters actually getting shorter, it makes for a very unpleasant experience for both me sitting in the development environment and others sitting in the living room (on an entirely different floor, mind you) as they hear constant vibrations coming from my room, and I hear what I can only describe as a Bowing 747 taking off in my room as I sit at the desktop. Not fun.
But the Cooler Master fan has stopped that completely. It’s rare that my computer ever gets louder than a 3rd gen fat-model PS3 running idle, and that’s even when my PC is running under max load.
Man, I talk a lot about this thing. I should become a salesman for it lol.