Post your specs

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Fahad, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Fahad

    Fahad Guest

    All the old post your specs threads, are old, so I'm making this new one:

    I'll start:
    17" LCD screen
    3Ghz Intel P4 530 Prescott 775-pin dual-CPU, overclocked to 3.3Ghz per CPU. (15x multiplier, default FSB 200, OCed to 220. Quad pumped of course)
    2gig of ram.
    Saphirre ATI Radeon x1650 Pro.
    ASRock 775i65G + Pencil-volt mod (+0.2v)
    Vista Ultimate SP1, Windows Experience Index 4.1 (lowest processor-4.1, highest graphics-5.9)
    Two 80GB IDE HDs, one full!

    That's all that's worth mentioning.
     
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  2. Spartan Erik

    Spartan Erik Retired

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    20" Widescreen LCD
    2.33 GHZ C2D, 4 MB L2 (going to be my next upgrade)
    2 GB RAM
    nVidia 8800GT
    Windows XP SP3
    80 GB HDD + 320 external + 160 external
     
  3. YCadmin

    YCadmin New Member

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    2" Widescreen LCD
    0.15 GHZ C2D, 0.12 MB L2
    0.0080 GB RAM
    nVidia 8800GT Series 1925 0.000074 MB
    Windows 92 SP 0.5
    1 GB HDD + 0.5 external + 0.25 external

    :p
     
  4. Kayos

    Kayos Community Advocate Community Support

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    Man, you have a sweet set up. But really, don't SPAM.

    I'll sticky this topic as well.
     
  5. YCadmin

    YCadmin New Member

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    Yea i was just making some jokes around. Usually i do one joke per topic. :)
    But now let's get back to topic.

    Desktop: 26" LCD
    Processor: 3.06 GHz Intel Pentium 4
    RAM: 1 GB
    nVidia 8800GT
    Windows XP SP3
    HDs: 200 GB + 400 GB external
     
  6. Fahad

    Fahad Guest

    Wow, thank you.

    26"? Bloody hell

    EDIT: I knew I forgot something on my first post. Edited in HDs
     
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  7. YCadmin

    YCadmin New Member

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    Yea i am actually using a television which has got also an entry for the PC vga-scart.

    I can watch also watch some tv programs while surfing the Web. You can find some kind of these televisions with entry vga-scart at the market, if you want to buy one.

    See ya!
     
  8. Jordan C

    Jordan C New Member

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    I use a iBook G4, 14".

    768 mb DDR2 ram
    1.33 PowerPC G4 processor
    Mac OSX 10.4.11 (Tiger)
    AirPort Extreme
    60 gb HDD
     
  9. lotius

    lotius New Member

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    macbook pro 1,1
    2.16ghz Intel Dual Core
    1GB RAM
    120gb HDD
    ATI 1600x 256mb Ram
    15" LCD Monitor because the screen on the mbp was destroyed in an...accident...yeah that's what happened :p
     
  10. Smith6612

    Smith6612 I ate all of the x10Pizza Community Support

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    My specs are still the same as the last topics that have been made. This December I'm going to maybe run more upgrades on my gaming computer though, possibly by adding a faster Quad Core to it and some faster RAM. The video cards are three GTX280s so those are staying. Might get 3 more hard drives if possible and put the drives in RAID 0.
     
  11. Sohail

    Sohail Active Member

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    MacBook Black
    2.4Ghz Intel Core Duo 2
    2GB RAM
    OS X 10.5

    :)
     
  12. IonCannon218

    IonCannon218 New Member

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    Compaq (dont know what model number)
    2.7GHz Celeron
    1GB of RAM
    80GB Western Digital HD (linux)
    40GB HD with Windows XP

    No graphics card :( (no AGP or PCI-e support)
     
  13. tridge

    tridge New Member

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    Alienware m9700 (laptop)
    AMD Turion 64bit ML-44 2.4Ghz
    2GB Patriot PC-3200 DDR 400MHz Signature Line
    Seagate 120GB 5400rpm SATA
    8X DVD+/-RW
    2 x 9700 NVidia 7900GS 512MB (1GB total video memory) in SLi
    Airgo MIMO wireless
    Windows XP Pro
    17" WUXGA 1920x1600
    External 22" wide Samsung LCD
    Logitech X-540 5.1 Surround Sound System

    Alienware 7500 (desktop)
    Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Quad CPU
    NVIDIA 680i mainboard
    4GB Crucial Ballistix DDR2 800MHz 4-4-4-12
    250GB Seagate 7200rpm
    1 x 8800 GTX
    Dual 1Gb Ethernet adapters
    External 22" wide Samsung LCD

    TV
    On the wall is a Westinghouse 27" HDTV

    Other Stuff
    350GB Black Armor external drive
    500GB MyBook
    32GB Patriot XT Flash Drive
    USB Wireless-N Adapter (you never know when you may need one!)
    Logitech G7
    HTC Titan 6800
    Dead Alienware m7700 - May it R.I.P.
    Netgear RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router - WNR3500
    2 x MicronPC 2.4Ghz 2GB RAM WindowsXP Pro machines with Westinghouse 19" out in the living room w/ wireless for guests. (Usually used to look at youtube videos and check fantasy sports scores, or best to prove a point with google :D)

    The laptop is on the right monitor and desktop is on the left. My main machine is my laptop, which is hidden in the darkness on the left side of my desk. If you look close enough you can see the eyes glowing.
    [​IMG]

    Enough about now (age 24), this is when I was 14! Running Slackware!!!! (Ignore the date stamp)
    [​IMG]
     
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  14. welch

    welch New Member

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    DELL Studio 1735 Laptop
    4 GB DDR2 RAM
    Intel Core 2 Duo T8100 @ 2.10 GHz
    32-bit Windows Vista SP1
    M-AUDIO FastTrack Pro USB Audio Interface
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650
     
  15. kirtik

    kirtik New Member

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    Zepto Nexus A15
    Laptop

    15.4" 1280x800 screen
    320Gb HDD
    Intel Wifi Link 5300 bgn
    nVidia GeForce 9600M GT
    Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 (2.26GHz x2)
    4 Gb DDR2 RAM
    Vista Ultimate

    :)
     
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  16. fishphotography

    fishphotography New Member

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    My Specs - hmm you may laugh but yer... i dont mind using them but getting a quad core soon.. so it will replace them


    P3-433 Dual Zeon
    512mb RAM
    120gb IDE
    2x 20gb SCSI
    1x DVD Reader - Liton
    1x DVD Burner - Liton
    Nvidia GeForce4 TI 4600
    Windows Vista Ultimate and Windows XP SP3
    Its a Dell

    and the othe computer is a
    P3-933
    120gb IDE
    No DVD or CD ROM
    512mb RAM
    Windows XP SP3
    Is my Network Server for my Wireless network... changes from Wireless to lan
     
  17. xPlozion

    xPlozion New Member

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    Custom Built:
    NZXT Lexa Case (Silver and blue)
    EVGA 680i Mobo
    Intel Quad Core 2.66GHz Q6600
    500W Rosewill PSU (iirc)
    4GB OCz DDR2 Ram
    500GB Seagate SATA HDD
    XFX 8400GS 512MB Vid Card (Upgrading Soon)
    Samsung DVD+-RW SATA
    Windows XP Pro SP3 / Arch Linux
    Hauppauge HD-PVR 1600

    19" Proview PL920Wbi (1440x900)
    19" Sharp TV (with VGA input, 1280x720), but not yet used, sitting next to my pc monitor. used for my xbox via hdmi, hd via component, and sd cap using composite.

    I've got splitters on my component cables along with a female to female plug for all 3 cables (yellow, white and red) for my xbox. from there, i've got it plugged into the back of my tv on my sd input, and then a standard rca cable running to the back of my computer. I've also got a coax line running there from my hd box to record tv shows.

    My desktop setup images can be found at this post: http://forums.x10hosting.com/computers-technology/87771-desktop-setup-2.html#post477819
     
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  18. tridge

    tridge New Member

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    @xPlozion

    How you do you like your Hauppauge card. I bought a Hauppauge Video capture card for about 30$ off newegg but it was not for me. I used it for a security camera system I setup for a gun shop. It worked well for their simple use, but yours sounds much fancier with those extra letters and numbers. What all does it do for you above just capturing video? I see that you possibly are using it to run your xbox and tv off your computer monitor/sound system?
     
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  19. j4k3s7a

    j4k3s7a New Member

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    19" Screen
    Dell Vostro 200
    Intel Pentium Duo CPU 1.8 GHZ
    3GB RAM
    MSI 8400 (254MB DDR2) Video Card
    160GB HD

    Vista Bisnuess and XP Pro (I use vista more)

    i love it, it does what i need it to do (play music and program c#), no crashes with vista yet too, so thats a big plus
     
  20. Ainokea

    Ainokea New Member

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    20" Wide Screen
    Intel Q8200 Quad Core @ 2.33
    4 Gigs Ram
    nVidia GTX 260
    250GB HD

    Windows XP Pro
     

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