Doing fine. No problems. It's coming along OK.
One day, maybe.
Not really a tease. Simrick knows, but I have a rather 'unorthodox' case. All my computers are 'always under construction'. I have not been able to figure out how to do what I want to do with the case. If I ever do, I'll post pictures. If I don't, I'll buy another case.
At least you "might" have something worth showing, See my specs.
I might get a better graphics card some time. I have the choice of these or equivalent from the PCs owners PDF FRU list:
I believe my Intel Pentium G3220 @ 3.00GHz is the equivalent of a castrated i5:Graphic Cards:
MSI@Geforce GT 635@2G/B/DB/H VGA 11202027 2
Bitland@Geforce GT 630@2G/B1/DB/H VGA 11201627 2
Bitland@HD8570@2G/B/DB/H VGA 11201625 2
MSI@HD8470@1G/B/DB/H VGA 11201622 2
Bitland@HD8470@1G/B/DB/H VGA 11201621 2
MSI@Geforce GT 620@1G/B/DB/H VGA 11201619 2
MSI@Geforce GT 620@512M/B/DB/H VGA 11201616 2
Bitland@Geforce GT 620@512M/B/DB/H VGA 11201615 2
Bitland@Geforce GT 630@2G/B/DB/H VGA 11201186 2
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UserBenchmarks: Desk 58%, Game 13%, Work 27%Effective Speed: Average (42nd percentile)
The G3220 is a 2013 Haswell based CPU and is part of Intel's value range of Pentium processors which were launched in 2011. The Pentium-G range have very strong single and dual core performance but lag far behind the group leaders in terms of multi-core processing (MCP). MCP is important for tasks such as audio/video encoding, or software development. For regular PC use such as surfing the web, listening to music, watching movies and playing the vast majority of games, MCP is not required. The G3220 currently retails for one sixth of the price of a top of the range 4770K but has aneffective speed of 75.3 which is just 12% lower than the average of the current group leaders. The vast majority of users will notice no difference even by paying five times more for one of the top end multi-core processors. [Mar '14 CPUPro]
CPU: Intel Pentium G3220 - 61.4%
GPU: AMD HD 7470 - 3.1%
SSD: Samsung 850 Pro 512GB - 89%
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 128GB - 82.2%
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 2TB - 89.9%
MBD: Lenovo 10130