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.
Computer Parts I Use
|Video Card||EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 ULTRA Gaming + PowerLink|
|Mother Board||Z690I AORUS ULTRA DDR4|
|Ram||Trident Z Neo (DDR4-3600MHz CL16 2x16GB)|
|Main Hard Drive||Samsung 970 EVO (500GB Nvme)|
|Game Hard Drive||Samsung 980 PRO (1TB Nvme)|
|Mouse||Razer DEATHADDER ELITE|
|Mouse Pad||Rii Gaming Mouse Pad XXL Large Size|
|Keyboard||HyperX Alloy FPS RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard|
|Power Supply||Corsair SF750|
|Headset||Sony WH-1000MX4 (Gaming using 3.5mm with ANC on)|
|Microphone||Manono Au-HD300T (UM2 USB Audio Interface)|
|Monitor||LG 27GL850-B 27" IPS (Running 1440p / 144hz)|
Software I Use For Video And Streaming
|Operating System & Software|
|Windows 10 Home 64 Bit|
|Movie Studio Platinum 15|
|OBS Studio (Streaming & Recording Software)|
I often get asked about my computer, something like:
– What video card are you using?
– What gaming rig did you buy? What gaming setup are you using?
– What’re 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 the 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 color-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.