Hardware profiles of all PC components Sashleycat has owned. (Non Exhaustive).
(CPU) AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
(Profile updated as of 6th October. 2019)
Here is my profile for a CPU, my lovely Ryzen 7 2700X. I have owned two of these, one normal and now the 50th Anniversary Edition. They are identical except for the differences on the engraved heatspreader so this applies to both except the launch date which is listed.
Anyway I love this CPU, and it was fun to nerd out over all the hardware details. :3
Here is my GPU profile for the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, NVIDIA's pre-emptive strike against AMD's Vega-based cards, launched in 2017. This card has achieved 'legendary' status as it still is one of the most powerful video cards available 2 years later.
Here is my GPU profile for the GTX 1660. NVIDIA's probably best value Turing-based graphics card in my opinion and even then it's not like Oh My God I want To Buy It Now.
TU116 is interesting to me because NVIDIA has stripped out the Tensor and RT hardware to make a smaller, leaner die to address the high volume market that is very sensitive to die size and cost of manufactuering, and probably doesn't care about RT just yet (even if this chip had RT cores: It wouldn't be fast enough to actually do anything with them. RTX 2060 barely is).
Here it is! The mighty Radeon R9 290X graphics card, with its Hawaii GPU that is now almost legendary. The GPU that beat Kepler and half of Maxwell. *Nostalgia* Anyway I did a profile for it so here you go.
My Hardware profile for AMD's return to the high end in 2017, the Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card. I actually owned two of these cards, one Reference Liquid Edition, and one Powercolor Red Devil. The pictures here are from the Red Devil (my friend took them for me before he sold the card to me) as I never took my Liquid Edition apart.
I made a GPU profile thing for one of my favourite GPUs. Well, it was my favourite GPU until I took it out of my PC because I broke it. Yes, I actually broke it. But anyway, here is Vega 20 with its pretty HBM2 memory and buckets of raw memory bandwidth.
Here it is. The first profile I made in a long time. This time, it is for my lovely new Radeon RX 5700, based on AMD's all-new "Navi" processor, using RDNA graphics architecture. So this is a really important one for Radeon.