Your Computer?

May 23, 2022
My current system (laptop):

MSI GS75 Stealth Steel Edition
17.3" Razor Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop - 1080p @ 144Hz
Intel i7-8750H (6 cores)
16GB of RAM
NVIDIA RTX 2070 8G Max-Q (basically on par with a 1650 Ti but can handle some ray tracing)

Really wanting to sell it and build a new PC. But with the new Alder Lake / Meteor Lake Intel processors on the way, DDR5 RAM, and GPUs being super expensive, I'm thinking of waiting till next November.
Do you still want to sale your PC? How much do you expect for this ?


Gamer & Crypto Investor
Staff member
Sep 17, 2005
Do you still want to sale your PC? How much do you expect for this ?
I sold it a while back for $1,000. Bought a new $4,000 PC. Beast of a desktop gaming PC. New Intel i9 12900k, RTX 3080 Ti, 32GB RAM Kingston Fury Beast, 2TB Samsung 980 Pro SSD, 2TB WD Black SSD, and 2TB Seagate HDD. Also upgraded the liquid CPU cooling, 6 additional fans and a 4K video capture card for streaming.
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Superior Member
Jun 30, 2013
Well, I guess it's time to update my PC info, since I recently managed to get the last few parts for my new/current build.

Case: Fractal Design Meshify 2 Compact Solid Black
CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X3D
CPU Cooler: Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240mm
GPU: Powercolor RX 6800 XT Red Devil
RAM: Kingston Fury Beast 32GB, DDR4, 3200MHz
PSU: Corsair RM850e
SSD: Kingston KC3000 2TB

I also changes all the original case fans to Arctic P12 (120mm) and P14 (140mm), two of each.

It's my first time building an airflow focused build, my last one was built in a silent case (Fractal Design Define R2). My new rig actually runs quieter. I guess it's because of more quiet components (no mechanical drive and so on) and that the airflow makes it so the fans run on a lower speed overall.

So far I'm satisfied with the build.