Rate the build above you out of 10, based on choice of parts for its intended use, cable management (If they post pictures) and appearance. Make sure to be polite, though!
Leave behind your specs (along with the system's intended use) and maybe even pictures (Just keep them in a spoiler)!
I'll start, specs in siggy. This system is primarily for gaming. Pic of inside:
If someone posts but does not post their system, just rate the last system posted and remember to leave yours. If someone posts their system without rating the one above them, rate the last one to not be rated!
The regular 560 Ti is on par/slightly better than the Radeon 6950, so I don't think the 6870 would perform better, especially with a 448 core edition OC'd to 900MHz. Price:Performance ration may be slightly better on the 6870, though.
Overall: 10/10, by the time you build it I'm certain some of the new GPUs will have been released or fallen in price!
2500k @ 3.3ghz (Free, present)
8gb Kingston HyperX ram (free, present) 2*4gb
ASUS p8z68-v lx (not many features, tbh, but it was free, gift)
GTX 570 - Galaxy (it over-performs, according to 3D Mark)
Seagate Barracuda 1tb - 7200rpm
Crucial m4 120gb SSD (ordering soon)
Two monitors. They're not identical. One is brand new and really nice, the other is a 20" widescreen Dell that the school gave me.
SeaSonic 850 watt, 80+ Silver (I know. Too much. Ordered before I thought)
NZXT Phantom 410 - Black
Gotta give that 10/10 assuming it's mainly for gaming. An i5 2500k, a GTX 680. Can't really find anything wrong there.
My specs :
Mobo : MSI MS-7366
CPU : Pentium D 820 (2.8 Ghz)
GPU : Club 3D Geforce 9500 GT
RAM : 2,5 GB, not entirely sure about the speed
HDD : 500 GB, again not sure which brand because it's a prebuilt
Monitor : Philips 227E-LH 21,5 inch. It's a good monitor except when i hit my desk it tends to shake.
PSU : Some random 300 Watts PSU that came with the system.
Case I have absolutely no idea. Is there any way to tell which model it is?
*Awaits the awful grade*
4/10 dude that's horribly outdated
Also you can find your psu model by taking off the side of the case and looking at sticker on it.
As for my build:
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
MOBO: ASUS P7P55-LX
CPU:INTEL CORE i5-760
GPU: GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTS 250
RAM: 4GB DDR3 1333mhz
HDD:HITACHI DESKSTAR 500GB
ODD: some LG DVD drive
“These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise, it's continuing mission to explore a strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.”-Gene Roddenberry
Build Above 3/10
Has Hitachi HDD, Windows Ultimate, slightly outdated CPU (Not removing points, the Core Dou are just showing age) and outdated GPU. 3 points off for Chieftec, probably some OEM.
Actually Chieftec is the second best PSU brand in my region and it is high quality I'm sure of that.Also it's not an OEM.
I also don't see your point about Windows and HItachi, while I do agree about the rest.