The Naming of Parts

The specifications of my Windows 8, x64-based gaming PC, as of March 2013.

(If you are interested in the World War I era poem by Henry Reed, try this link.)

Core-
  • Motherboard -Gigabyte – GA-Z68A-D3H-B3
  • CPUIntel – i5-2380P – OC@ 3.7GHz
  • CoolerCorsair – Hydro Series H40 – Liquid CPU Cooler
  • RAMG.Skill – 16GB – DDR3 – 1600Mhz
  • GraphicsmsinVidia – Geforce GTX 660ti
  • physXAsus / nVidia – Geforce GTX 560ti
Drives-
  • Drive C – OCZ – Vertex 4 – SATA 3 – 119GB – SSD
  • Drive D – Crucial – CT128M4SSD2 – SATA 3 – 119GB – SSD
  • Drive S – Western Digital – WD10EADS – SATA – 931GB – Int. HDD
  • Drive T – Western Digital – My Book 1140 – USB 3.0 – 1.36TB – Ext. HDD
  • Drive U – Seagate – STBV2000100 – USB 3.0 – 2TB – Ext. HDD
  • Drive V – LG – WH14NS40 – SATA – BD-RW
Network-
  • LAN – Realtek – PCIe GBE Family Controller – Onboard - 1Gbps
  • WAN – Teksavvy – DSL – 12Mbps dn – 1Mbps up
Monitors-
  • Screen 1 – Samsung – SyncMaster SA850 – 27″ – 2560(w) x 1440(h) – Centre
  • Screen 2 Samsung – SA700 – 23″ – 1920(w) x 1080(h) – Left
  • Screen 3 – Gateway – FHX2402L – 24″ – 1920(w) x 1080(h)- Right
  • Screen 4 – Samsung - SyncMaster 226BW – 22″ – 1050(w) x 1680(h) – Far Left
Peripherals-
  • Keyboard – Razer – Black Widow Ultimate
  • Mouse – Razer – Orochi
  • HeadphonesLogitech – G930 – USB 7.1
  • SpeakersLogitech – X540 – 5.1
  • WheelLogitech – G27 – Wheel, 3x Pedals, Stick Shifter
  • GamepadMicrosoft – xBox360 Wireless Controller
  • JoystickLogitech – ATK3

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  1. That’s a bit insane. My own PC, old and rather battered and bruised as it is, is envious.

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