Post your specs

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  1. zygzag

    zygzag New Member

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    I've upgraded my beast (sarcasm)
    Was Celeron D 3.20Ghz now Pentium D 2.80Ghz
    Was ATI onboard now Geforce 8400GS 512mb
    Was 19" head now 19" + another 17" head i had rolling around
    The rest is the same
    2gigs of ram
    160gb and 120gb Seagates + 250gb external WD
     
  2. dstravelwriter51

    dstravelwriter51 New Member

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    My specs (3x for two netbooks + one laptop):

    Netbook #1 :: HP Mini110-1100TU (tord boontje)
    the computer hardware is what came out of the box, but
    I am booting Fedora 13 (old) LXDE installed to hd1 partition, and prior to stopping receiving updates I managed to get RPMFusion and LivnaRPMs repoes installed.
    I also back up my data on a 4GiB Sandisk SD card, a 2GiB SD card, and a 1.1GiB USB Stick I pilfered from my dad's dustying stash of USB sticks.

    Netbook #2 :: ASUS EeePC 1005HA (seashell)
    the computer hardware is roughly what came out of the box, but
    I am booting Lubuntu (LXDE Ubuntu) with Intel Atom kernels (procured by installing but only using twice the UNE repoes and desktop packages) and tons of video editing software I didn't need until recently. I back up the video files on the aforementioned 4GiB SD card (which now has a broken filesystem for some reason).

    Laptop #1 :: Acer Extensa 4420
    the computer got an upgrade from a bad Hitachi 160GiB hdb to a better Panasonic one with the same amount of memory. I also knocked off four keys and nearly pounded off the space key. I tend to be a tough user for computers to get along with, but my people skills are just fine.
    Booting KDE Fedora 13 (old), thinking about switching to PC BSD because it's a hassle trying to get the RPMFusion and LivnaRPMs repoes to work with KDE's KPackageKit software. Backed up online with my MS Windows Live Skydrive account I created while a student at Watsh College.

    That's my stuff. Not very impressive. But my ability to utilize these three computers, both as a travel writer and a filmmaker, is what is more important.

    Sorry if I disappointed anyone with unment expectations. I'm just a regular guy who likes to mess around with cool new tech and hates it when they go crunchbang!

    Blessed be.
     
  3. mbeck

    mbeck New Member

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    iMac 21".
    Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06 GHz.
    and whatever else comes standard on it.
     
  4. jake ledger

    jake ledger New Member

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    24" Acer Monitor
    Core i5 2.66GHz
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    2x 500GB Western Digital Velociraptor (10,000RPM)
    Nvidia GTX260 896MB
    Corsair 850w PSU
    AsRock P55 Extreme Motherboard
    NZXT M59
     
  5. istankonia

    istankonia New Member

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    I currently have an HP Pavillion a6453d stock and I wanted to upgrade it can you give some tips. or should I build a new one....which is better i3 or quadcore?
     
  6. smithee

    smithee New Member

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    Intel Core i5 M450 @ 2.4GHz (boosts to 2.66GHz if required), 1066MHz FSB, 3MB 3rd Level Cache
    4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 RAM (supports upto 8GB)
    500GB 5400rpm HDD (hoping to get an SSD soon)
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 @ 1024MB dedicated VRAM (boosts to 2737MB if required via external RAM, or 4083MB if 8GB RAM installed)
    15.6" 1366 x 768 screen
    DVD Super Multi DL drive
    Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

    Windows Experience Index Score: 5.7
    Processor: 6.8
    Memory (RAM): 5.9
    Graphics: 6.7
    Gaming graphics: 6.7
    Primary Hard Drive: 5.7

    All in a rather speedy laptop! :)

    BTW, for those who have Windows Vista or 7, post your Windows Experience Index Score and its subscores as well. This can be accessed quickly by clicking Start, then right-clicking Computer and select Properties.
     
  7. Buhmanator

    Buhmanator New Member

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    Android 2.2/Debian
    Samsung Captivate
    Hummingbird 1.28 ghz
    384mb ram
    16x16gb lvm raid 0
    btrfs system-wide
     
  8. meridaboy60

    meridaboy60 New Member

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    System 1
    14" Diamond View CRT
    233mhz Pentium MMX
    64mb RAM
    100% Unsupported-By-Windows sound card
    Up to 4mb shared SIS Graphics

    16" Display (Laptop)
    2.27ghz Core i5
    4GB DDR3
    nVidia gt300m 1gb (+1gb shared?)
     
  9. gagaluver4ever28

    gagaluver4ever28 New Member

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    MacBook
    13" screen
    2GB ram
    160GB HDD
     
  10. ziggydesmet41

    ziggydesmet41 New Member

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    22" inch belinea hd lcd screen and 19" inch medion flatscreen
    AMD Phenom(tm) II x6 1055T processor 2.80 Ghz
    Ati 4870 512mb gddr5
    4GB DDR3 1600
    60GB OCZ Vertex 2 (ssd harddisk)
    500GB WD Caviar RE3
    320GB seagate
    + external 2TB harddisk
    Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium (Bulk) -> Yamaha AV Receiver RX-V520RDS
    Sony 22x dvd writer & Lite-on 22x dvd writer
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

    (highest number you can have is 7,9)
    Windows Experience Index Score: 5,9
    Processor: 7,4
    Memory (RAM): 5.9
    Graphics: 7,5
    Gaming graphics: 7,5
    Primary Hard Drive: 5.9 (if booted on 500GB WD)

    I think that was the most important parts of my pc :p
     
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  11. abotonyn2

    abotonyn2 New Member

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    17" Widescreen LCD
    2.800 GHZ AMD t-68, 4 MB L2 (going to be my next upgrade)
    4 GB RAM
    nVidia 8800GT
    Windows vista SP1
    256 GB HDD + 320 external
     
  12. vv.bbcc19

    vv.bbcc19 Community Advocate Community Support

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    16" Widescreen LCD
    2.800 GHZ AMD t-68, 4 MB L2
    4 GB RAM
    nVidia 8800GT
    Windows 7
    320 GB HDD + 320 external
     
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  13. cybrax

    cybrax Community Advocate Community Support

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    Acer veritron M421G
    AMD Althon(tm) II X4 620 processor 2.6Ghz
    8Gb Ram (Windows only uses 3Gb)
    Sapphire Radeon HD5770 graphics card + DP2vga adaptor
    Win7 32bit / Ubuntu dual boot O/S
    Triple 22" TFT monitors
    500Gb HDD internal / 1TB external

    Meant for more serious work hence the Ubuntu operating system but Call Of Duty is awesome in 'eyeview' mode.
     
  14. tdoyle

    tdoyle New Member

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    Case: Coolermaster CM690II
    Motherboard: MSI P55-GD65
    GPU: EVGA GTX 470
    PSU: XFX Black Edition P1-750B-CAG 750 Watt
    CPU: Intel Core i5-760 Lynnfield running at 2.8GHz
    RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB DDR3
    HDD1: 1tb Samsung Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ
    HDD2: 1tb Western Digital
    HDD3: 600gb Western Digital
    Disk Drive: OEM LG 22X DVD Burner
    Monitors: 22" Westinghouse and 24" LG TV
     
  15. nehemiah.s78

    nehemiah.s78 New Member

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    Intel i3 540 3.1 mghz
    4GB DDR3
    1TB WD
    EVGA p55v Micro
    Saphire Radeon 5770
    Windows 7 64bit
     
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  16. wongers

    wongers New Member

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    then why oh why dont you get a 64bit version of Win7?
     
  17. callumacrae

    callumacrae not alex mac Community Support

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    Windows isn't really worth paying for :D

    ~Callum
     
  18. cybrax

    cybrax Community Advocate Community Support

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    I only run windows for legacy support ;)
     
  19. aaron.is.me45

    aaron.is.me45 New Member

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    just a tiny upgrade from a dell mini 1012 (it broke... graphics card fried itself during a heavy photoshop session)
    Lenovo SL400(27434VM)
    Processor: Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor T5870 (2.00 GHz), 2-MB L2 cache
    Graphics: Intel Integrated Graphics 4500MHD
    Screen: 14.1" WXGA, Anti-glare (1280x800, 200nit)
    Memory: 4GB DDR2 800mhz 6-6-6
    Storage: 160GB SATA HDD (5400rpm)
    Optical Drive: Dual layer CD/DVD recordable drive
    Wireless and Communications: Intel 5100 802.11agn wireless. BlueTooth 2.0 EDR. 1gb/s ethernet
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit (might be a hackintosh sooon)
     
    Last edited: Jan 19, 2011
  20. maxxaathal48

    maxxaathal48 New Member

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    17" Samsung LCD
    Intel G31 Mobo
    Intel Core 2 Quad 2.33GHz
    2GB RAM
    Onboard VGA
    250 GB Samsung SATA HDD + 80 GB Maxtor IDE HDD
    Asus DVD-RW
    550W PSU
    Microlab M280 Sub woofer
     

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