Built in November 2009.
Initially had Sapphire 4870 1GB's in CrossFire.
Upgraded to 7950, SSD, 16 GB RAM in summer 2012.
Mainly for gaming and grad school/work (scientific articles/PDF's, powerpoints, etc.)
You should overclock that CPU if you haven't already =D Those first gens go way higher than stock with sufficient cooling.
Indeed. I should've overclocked it years ago...does this look like a legit guide? http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2036249
I think so, don't follow it word by word though, every chip is different so yours may require higher or lower voltage for the same clocks. However the settings he lists look like a good base point. Also remember that those chips also have an insane power draw when you push higher vcore through them. Make sure that when you start overclocking, you have lots of time on your hands as it took me nearly two weeks to get a setting I was happy with on my CPU. Mine is not an Intel, but you get the idea. However your BIOS may be different than the one that is used in that guide because you have a different motherboard but the settings should resemble each other.
+1 for the T Swizzle background.
She is mine! lol
Lol love the Taylor Swift wallpaper.
no one likes ts. my little pony is the BOMB.
I'm sorry? Just thought his Taylor Swift wallpaper was funny.
I think he was trying to be humorous lol
Clearly I failed
Lol. Don't worry I understood.
do you have a tall neck lol? I mean look where the screens are mounted
I think they're tilted down slightly.
The monitors are about eye level for me...they weren't with what I was using before (textbooks).
If you look at other triple monitor mounts priced around $100, they're all pretty much the same...this is the one I have: http://www.amazon.com/Deluxe-Monitor-Standing-Supports-002-0020/dp/B006JG9RQ2