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File1:

This is part of my Hands On Linux project, I have to write 3 well formatted
paragraphs on anything I want. I decide to make it on my gaming computer.
I just built a massive gaming rig with 2 graphics cards, 16 gigabytes of ram,
1 intel processor and a 1000 watt power supply. It was built from
the ground up with the help of a friend.

The 2 grapics cards I have installed include two GTX Geforce 1080s, luckily I
got them before the big boom in graphic card prices because of cryptocurrency
I can easily run triple A games at 60+ frames a second, all ultra settings with
4k resolution. It is a whole other game when you play at 4k resolution.

That is the best part of my pc all the other boring stuff is that I have a
intel 7700k processor at 4Ghz and 16gb of DDR4 ram. I have a 1 terabyte hard
disk but want to eventually get a nice solid slate drive to go along with it.
I also have 2 moniters one 4k moitor as my main dislay and 1 1080p monitor from
my old computer build.

I mainly play Overwatch but I pretty much play whatever games are out. I love
getting new graphically intensive games to try and test my machine.
s is part of my Hands On Linux project, I have to write 3 well formatted
paragraphs on anything I want. I decide to make it on my gaming computer.
I just built a massive gaming rig with 2 graphics cards, 16 gigabytes of ram,
1 intel processor and a 1000 watt power supply.
It was built from the ground up with the help of a friend

The 2 grapics cards I have installed include two GTX Geforce 1080s, luckily I
got them before the big boom in graphic card prices because of cryptocurrency
I can easily run triple A games at 60+ frames a second, all ultra settings with
4k resolution. It is a whole other game when you play at 4k resolution.

That is the best part of my pc all the other boring stuff is that I have a
intel 7700k processor at 4Ghz and 16gb of DDR4 ram. I have a 1 terabyte hard
disk but want to eventually get a nice solid slate drive to go along with it.
I also have 2 moniters one 4k moitor as my main dislay and 1 1080p monitor from
my old computer build.

I mainly play Overwatch but I pretty much play whatever games are out. I love
getting new graphically intensive games to try and test my machine.

File2:

I built one computer in November 2016 it was my first gaming computer, before
that I was strictly playing on consoles. My first gaming PC had 16gb of DDR4
ram, a GTX Geforce 1060 and an Intel i5 6600. It was a solid machine it would
play most games at 60 frames per second, if it was an intensive game it would
drop to 30. I love gaming on a computer once I built this machine. I couldn't
imagine my life without a gaming computer now. I used to think computer gaming
was hard, had a giant learning curve and was not going to be fun, but I have
a blast. Gaming on a computer opens up another world of gaming possiblities.
There are indie games, and games that aren't available on consoles.



File3:

Another aspect of my gaming setup is that now that I have a monster gaming PC
capable of anything I throw at it so far is that I have a HTC Vive virtual
reality headset.
Before getting this VR headset I had never experienced virtual reality.
The first time I put the headset on I was in love. Playing virtual
reailty is like nothing I never experienced it's like going into an alternate
universe. Virtual reality is one of the best gaming experiences I have. I love
getting new games or experiences to try. Right now I have experienced games
such as Fallout 4, LA Niore, and Skyrim in virtual reality. I look forward to
the future of video games and virtual reality.



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