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Maintain Your System Specs On the Wiki



We encourage all members to add your system specs to the wiki via the STEP Portal <-- links at top of page.

This makes it convenient to link in support forums or (even better) in your signature (see my sig below) and standardizes presentation for comparative purposes. These specs can also be linked from anywhere on the web.

... so if you post on Reddit (or a blog or whatever), you can add a convenient link to your system specs, courtesy of STEP :thumbsup:

Also note that you can create a mod page on our site, which is a welcome contribution that helps us out! (just be certain that the mod page does not already exist under a similar name... else we will have a redundant mod page)


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9 minutes ago, SoonerMagicEE said:

Other specs to consider since they can significantly impact performance:

  • Include number of memory modules in the total RAM spec (i.e. 32GB (4x8GB))
  • RAM type, speed(i.e. DDR4, 1600MHz)
  • OS Disk (if separate from the storage disk, N/A or null if not separate)
  • Motherboard chipset

Number of RAM modules is a stretch. Most people will use minimum number anyway. The others are too fine grained and variable to bother with, IMO.

19 minutes ago, SoonerMagicEE said:

There needs to be more options for GPU VRAM. Specifically, 10GB needs to be added, at a minimum.

This will be fixed

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