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Reminder: Update your PC info for the next round of statistics updates

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This is your once a month reminder to make sure your PC information is correct on your user profiles. A fresh batch of statistics is generated on the 1st of each month.

You need to be logged in to see when you last updated your PC info!

You can see the statistics any time on this page.

PC Info is automatically purged if it hasn't been updated, or if you don't click the link to remain in for 2 years. This way we prevent too much stale data and don't hold onto your data for longer than required.

If you want your details to actually be included in the monthly survey, be sure to tick the box labelled "Include your PC details in our Monthly User Statistics?" in the PC Info page in the User Control Panel and hit the "Update" button at the bottom, it's opt-in by default for new users.

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legluondunet 25 April 2018 at 8:48 am UTC
Is it possible to add several gamepads model: I'm using two gamepads, x360 and Steam, I can only specify one.


Last edited by legluondunet at 25 April 2018 at 4:05 pm UTC
tuubi 25 April 2018 at 8:56 am UTC
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legluondunetIs it possible to add several gamepads model: I'm using two gamepad, x360 and Steam, I can only specify one.
The usual rule has been to include the one you use most. This isn't about who owns the most hardware after all.
madpinger 25 April 2018 at 9:09 am UTC
Indeed, it'd be rather a list if I had to list all my interface devices.

btw, it's amusing to see the drastic dichotomy between AMD and Nvidia drivers, open vs bin. lol ~~
TheRiddick 25 April 2018 at 9:19 am UTC
I've since moved back from a Ubuntu KDE setup to Manjaro MATE, no regrets. The only annoyance is some things can take quite a long time to compile, such as compilers themselves.

KDE is nicer an easier to customize absolutely, but kwin hates nvidia cards and I was running into too many headaches with applications unable to detect my displays correctly etc... shame.


Last edited by TheRiddick at 25 April 2018 at 9:21 am UTC
g000h 25 April 2018 at 10:34 am UTC
Ryzen 5 1600, GTX 1080TI 11GB, 32GB DDR4, 250GB SSD + 960GB SSD, dual-boot, Debian 10 + Windows 10

Core i5-4670K, GTX 1060 6GB, 16GB DDR3, 480GB SSD + 4TB HDD, dual-boot, Mint + Windows 10

FX-8350, GTX 970 4GB, 16GB DDR3, 480GB SSD + 2TB HDD, dual-boot, Debian 8 + Windows 7

A8-5600K, GT 730 2GB, 16GB DDR3, 1TB HDD, Debian 8

NUC, Core i5, 8GB DDR3, 250GB M.2 SSD, Debian 9

NUC, Pentium N3700, 8GB DDR3, Debian 8

Acer E3-112 laptop, 8GB DDR3, Debian 8

Dell E6430 laptop, core i5, Windows 7

Chromebook, converted to Xubuntu, 2GB RAM, 32GB SSD

and then about 6 boxes of motherboards, cpu, ram, hard drives (mostly Core i5-4670K and FX-8320)

and about 7 Raspberry Pi (running Raspbian)

and even older PCs and laptops

yes, I work in IT ;)


Last edited by g000h at 25 April 2018 at 10:34 am UTC
Redje 25 April 2018 at 10:35 am UTC
When was the first GOL hardware survey?
Is once every 2 years not to long for the drop off?
liamdawe 25 April 2018 at 12:36 pm UTC
RedjeWhen was the first GOL hardware survey?
Is once every 2 years not to long for the drop off?
It doesn't matter when the first was, that has no relevance on the drop-off.

The monthly data is gathered from what people have currently and honestly, who upgrades their PC multiple times a year? The answer is likely a minority of people and they are more likely to actually update their info here as well.
Shmerl 25 April 2018 at 12:42 pm UTC
It would be useful to add VRAM in addition to regular RAM.
Redje 25 April 2018 at 4:38 pm UTC
liamdawe
RedjeWhen was the first GOL hardware survey?
Is once every 2 years not to long for the drop off?
It doesn't matter when the first was, that has no relevance on the drop-off.

The monthly data is gathered from what people have currently and honestly, who upgrades their PC multiple times a year? The answer is likely a minority of people and they are more likely to actually update their info here as well.
I agree with you that it is not useful for hardware info.
But on the other hand people who use Linux change their distro more often.
Maybe change the drop-off for distro's to like 1 year or 6 months perhaps?


Last edited by Redje at 25 April 2018 at 4:38 pm UTC
Eike 25 April 2018 at 7:13 pm UTC
RedjeBut on the other hand people who use Linux change their distro more often.
Maybe change the drop-off for distro's to like 1 year or 6 months perhaps?

Never done that in 20 years. :-)
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