I often get asked about my computer, something like:

– What video card are you using?
– What gaming rig did you buy? What setup are you using?
– What’s the specs of your PC?

I assembled my computer myself. I chose the parts I wanted, ordered them, and slapped it all together. It’s they way I’ve been doing it for years, aside from my laptops. And to be honest, anyone can put together a computer there days. Most parts are either colour coded and/or only fit a certain way. So you don’t have to worry about the old days of hooking up ribbon cables the wrong way or setting your CPU in incorrectly.

The following charts are of the technical specifications of my current PC computer that I use for gaming and recording. There are two separate charts. The first one is for hardware and the second is for software.

You can find all the computer parts on Amazon.

Hardware – Computer Parts List

DeviceComputer Part
Video CardEVGA Geforce GTX 980Ti 6GB SuperClocked
Mother BoardAsus Sabertooth z97 mark 2
CPUIntel i7-4790k
RamG.Skill Ripjaws 16gb
Main Hard DriveSAMSUNG 840 Series 2.5-Inch 500GB (SSD)
Recording Hard Drive(s)2 x 3TB Barracuda SATA III w/ 64MB Cache
MouseLogitech G500s Laser Gaming Mouse with Adjustable Weight Tuning
Mouse PadRocket Fish Gaming Mouse Pad - Black
KeyboardLogitech Media Keyboard K200 With One-touch Media and Internet Keys
Power SupplySuperNOVA 750 G2 Modular 750W
CaseThermaltake Commander G41 Mid Tower
HeadsetSennheiser PC 363D High Performance Surround Sound Gaming Headset
Backup MicrophoneBlue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone - Silver Edition
MonitorASUS VE278H 27inch Screen LED-lit 2ms Monitor

 

Software – Programs & Operating System

Operating System & Software
Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
DxTory (Record Game Play)
Movie Studio Platinum Suite 12 (Edit video, it's basically Sony Vegas)
Voice Meeter (to separate TeamSpeak and Skype from game audio)