Hey Post Your System Specs !

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Jazzhound, Jan 14, 2003.

  1. Jazzhound

    Jazzhound Guest

    Hi I'm new here, figured I'd see what everyone's running with their cool desktops :D


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    AMD 1800+ / 1.16Ghz ( cooling issue) 
    ASUS a7v266-e w/ 512 MB PC2100
    VisionTek Ti4200
    SBLive! 
    19" Trinitron
    Quantum 30GB
    2 Maxtor 60GB
    1.2Mbit / 160Kbit DSL
    

    Nice forum here.
     
  2. [CpK]Bastid

    [CpK]Bastid Guest

  3. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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  4. the_music_man

    the_music_man aka prodj88 =P

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    :eek: i might upgrade my athlon 900mhz to athlon xp +2000. and get a bigger hd.
     
  5. Perris Calderon

    Perris Calderon Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    I'm not posting my stats, cuz I'm ambarrassed, but,
    use this stat program to see everything under your hood, including hard drive make and rpm, processor make, marketied speed and actual speed, ram make, plus benchmarks if ya want em...nice free program
     
  6. djwhite

    djwhite OSNN Senior Addict

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    That program will even tell you what week of what year your monitor was built.
     
  7. xsivforce

    xsivforce Prodigal Son Folding Team

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    1.4Ghz AMD Thunderbird
    Asus A7A266
    40GB Western Digital
    512MB PC2100 DDR
    ATI Radeon 8500 128MB DDR
    Sound Blaster Audigy X-Gamer
    Dual Monitors 19" flat, 17"
    Logitech Cordless Duo
     
  8. madmax1345

    madmax1345 Guest

    Dual Intel Xeon Processors 2.4GHz 400MHz FSB w/512KB cache
    Supermicro P4DC6+ Intel 860 motherboard
    2GB RDRAM PC-800
    Adaptec 39160 64-Bit/Dual-Channel Ultra160 SCSI Controller
    Dual 73GB 10,000RPM Ultra SCSI HDD
    SCSI CD-ROM
    DVD-RW
    NVIDIA Quadro4 900XGL w/128MB
    Canopus DVStorm2 DV editing sytem
    Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum eX - 5.1
    Intel Pro/1000 Gigabit nic
    NEC 20" LCD
    Klipsch ProMedia 5.1 500-watt THX Speakers
    All this in the nice Conspiracy Blue box.
     
  9. Geffy

    Geffy Moderator Folding Team

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    This all seems like braggin, but what the hell

    AMD 2600+ @2.08GHz
    ThermalTake Volcano 9
    Arctic Silver 3 Thermal Interface compound
    Asus A7N8X
    2x 256 PC2700 DDR
    GeForce 2 Ti
    SB Audigy Player
    3COM 3C905B-TX
    Maxtor 20GB HDD (C:\) Main
    Maxtor 80GB HDD (D:\) Data
    Creative PC-DVD Encore 6x (dxr3 card removed)
    Creative 8432E CDRW
    Enermax Whisper Series PSU 450W
    NEC E700 CRT monitor
    Logitech Cordless Desktop Optical
    Cambridge Soundworks 2 satallites and one subwoofer
    Logitech WebCam Express

    Windows XP - Service Pack 1
     
  10. Glaanieboy

    Glaanieboy Moderator

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    ?again?

    Well here it is:
    Pentium III @ 800 Mhz
    256 MB PC133 RAM
    28 GB @ 7200 rpm and ATA-100 HD
    Creative GeForce 3 ti200
    Soundblaster 4.1 Digital
    10/100 Mbit network card for cable internet
    16x48x DVD-ROM
    24x10x48 CD-burner
    And all of this is fitted on a MSI 6309 Motherboard

    PC built by Packard Bell *ducks*.
     
  11. rick_422

    rick_422 Guest

    geez, geffy, that graphics card doesnt really match up to your processor, i fear your not getting the most out of your system!:eek:

    me, ive got:
    Intel Celeron II, 633 MHz (9.5 x 66)
    256 MB (SDRAM)
    QUANTUM FIREBALLP (20 GB, 7200 RPM, Ultra-ATA/66)
    RICOH CD-R/RW (16x/10x/32x CD-RW)
    SAMSUNG CD-ROM (52x CD-ROM)
    VIA AC'97 Audio Controller
     
  12. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    My Rig :)


    AMD XP 1900- Going to XP 2600
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    Thermaltake Volcano 9 with Coolmod ( Blue and Red lights :) )
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    Gigabyte Ga-7VRXP Rev 2.0 KT333 ATA133/RAID
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    1024MB DDR PC2700. - Soon to try and obtain 2 1024MB sticks
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    nVidia Geforce 4 Ti4400 128MB- love it
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    Sound Blaster 5.1 Live - hate it
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    IBM 120 GXP 120GB 7200rpm HDD- love it :) Getting another one
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    CDRW- 32x12x40
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    DVD drive + Floppy
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    Antec 400+ Watt PSU
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    Lots and lots of fans. Over 10 of them.
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  13. Un4gIvEn1

    Un4gIvEn1 Moderator

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    Athlon XP 1900
    Thermaltake Volcano 7+ HSF
    Soyo Dragon+ Motherboard
    768MB PC2100 CAS2.0 DDR
    20GB IBM Deskstar 7200RPM ATA100 HD
    60GB WD 7200RPM ATA100 HD
    3Com 3C905B-TX-M Network Card
    VisonTek GeForce4 Ti4200 128MB Video Card
    Matrox Video Card (don't know what model...)
    Cirrus Video Card (don't know model on this one either...)
    Creative SB512 (I know... a little outdated)
    Acer 16x CD-R/W
    52x CD ROM Drive
    450W Enermax PS
    Nikao Case
    21" HP Monitor
    19" Hitachi Monitor
    17" Trinitron Monitor
    Logitech Wireless RF Keyboard
    Logitech Optical Mouse
    Cambridge FPS2000 Digital Speakers (4 satellites and 1 sub)

    Running Windows XP Professional on NTFS
    Here's a picture in case anyone is interested. (4th monitor is on my Linux box)
     
  14. neonwizard

    neonwizard OSNN Addict

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    PC-60 Lian li case
    WindowsXP Home ED
    AMD Athlon XP 2100
    Volcano 7
    MSI KT3 Ultra-ARU Raid KT333 chipset
    768mb DDR RAM
    2x 40 gig 7200 HD Western Digital
    MSI Geforce 4 Ti 4200 128MB
    LG DVD
    IOMEGA CD-RW drive
    SMC EZ Card 10/100 PCI(SMC1211TX) ADSL Modem
    Philips17' LCD Monitor & Diamond View 17"CRT Monitor
    Multimedia Internet Pro Keyboard
    Ms Intellimouse Explorer
     
  15. Glaanieboy

    Glaanieboy Moderator

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    3 Monitors? :eek:
    What do you need that for?

    edit: talking to un4given
     
  16. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    If I had money, I would get a second one, same one as I have now

    Samsung Syncmaster 170t 17in Digital ( DVI )

    for Photoshop, so that I could have one screen dedicated to the picture, and another one just for winamp/graphical displays of system performance, etc :)

    3 high performance monitors are way cool.
     
  17. Un4gIvEn1

    Un4gIvEn1 Moderator

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    Hey... why not?

    I do video editing, photo editing, web page design... Wouldn't it be great if you could view everything at once and not have to switch between them? Thought so...

    Plus... It just looks kewl :D

    AND... I can play a game while watching chat windows on one screen or reading a FAQ about the game on another... get the point?
     
  18. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    Told ya Glaanieboy, it's cool! :)

    But you need a nice rig to handle it all.

    Hey unforgiven, can I get a pic? ;) the monitor setup...
     
  19. Un4gIvEn1

    Un4gIvEn1 Moderator

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    NickM - there is a picture in my original post

    Just wanted to add... I would have more monitors if I didn't have such a hard time getting cards to work together... FYI - S3 video cards DO NOT work as anything except the master card. Obviously noone wants that... Getting 2 to work together was hard enough... 3 was a pain... I am looking into a card that actually has 4 displays on it. Let me know if you need help setting it up... it's definately worth the time.
     
  20. Glaanieboy

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    Nick, it does look cool, but I was just curious to know why he needed 3 monitors, but he has given his points, so I am now convinced. Personally I don't like the idea of more than one monitor, I have more than enough with one. BTW, I am going to buy me a new monitor. After more than 3 1/2 years, my current (17" CRT Packard Bell made) monitor is dying and I gonna get me a 15 " TFT monitor by Samsung.