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What's your computer's specs?

Discussion in 'Whatnots' started by The Fat Egg, Jul 9, 2001.

  1. The Wise The Grey Gems: 7/31
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    I've been living at my brothers place now in Minnesota, and their computer isn't anything to talk about. But at home, I've got a little something more.

    P3 at 500 Mhz
    384 MB of PC100 SDRAM
    A Gigabyte BXC "mobo" (I don't know the chipset offhand)
    ATI Xpert 2000 at 32MB (AGP)
    Diamond Monster II 3D Accelerator (Voodoo 2 chipset - PCI)
    Pioneer DVD-ROM Trayless loading (I'm not sure of the speed)
    5200 RPM Western Digital HD at a measly 8GB. I used to have a 20 and a 10GB pair of drives, but my hard disk controller on my last "mobo" took a shit on me, and wiped out my drives right along with it. I'm thinking it was the MBR that was damaged, but I have no real way of finding out.
    U.S. Robotics 56k modem and Ethernet cards.
    An offbrand soundcard with a Yamaha chipset.
    A 17 inch plain-old PNP monitor

    I'm making good money now with my new job as a bricklayer's laborer, so I'll probably put together an entirely new rig.
     
  2. Kerric Gems: 4/31
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    P3 700MHz (currently running at 784MHz)
    Aopen BX6B motherboard (I think, Aopen something atleast)
    Creative TNT2 ULTRA 32MB
    256 MB SDRAM
    52x sony CD-ROM
    19" Trust Monitor
    Soundblaster Live
    Fourpoint Surround
    Microsoft Optical Explorer Mouse
    Trust Keyboard
    2 HDD 13 GB and 15 GB both 7200 rpm
    USB ISDN adapter 128000bps
    3COM 905B 10/100 LAN adapter

    I and Azardu share a Delta 2x CD-R :D

    [This message has been edited by Kerric (edited July 17, 2001).]
     
  3. herf Guest

    hmmm, well when i bought mine two years ago it was nearly top of the range, or so i thought.

    intel celeron 3 433 processor
    32mb + 128mb ram
    4.3g + 24.4g hard drive
    v9.5 modem data fax
    2x usb sockets
    cdrom 40 speed
    yamaha xg 64 voices
    stereo sound
    intel x2 agp graphics

    thats it
     
  4. The Fat Egg Gems: 15/31
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    in my defense:

    1. yes my v5 is pci
    2. yes there is a "tweaked" 32mb monster fusion, in other words i had another set of ram installed, unoffcially of course
    3.i dont care what you think about my 3d card choices
    4 and yes i was incorrect i do have the 32mb in my laptop, and yes it is compatible in pci form with laptops

    and why would i "fool" you? i have nothing to gain from it.
     
  5. Lokken Gems: 26/31
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    I have something like this

    T-Bird 900
    1024MB SDRAM
    Some 32mb geforce2
    2x45gb, 1x10gb, 1x22gb harddrives
    CD 50x
    DVD 6x
    CD recorder 4x4x32x (I think)
    21" mycom
    Creative soundset thingy 2 speakers and a subwoofer
    logitech cordless mouseman & a keyboard

    and then I got another one, though the motherboard malfuntioned, so it wont be up till... I dunno, when I get a new motherboard I guess :)
     
  6. BogiTheWaverer Gems: 12/31
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    O.k. my paleolithic system for your amusement:

    Pentium 2 0.3 GHZ
    128 MB SDRAM
    MSI Riva TNT2 32MB
    4,3GB + 10GB Harddrives
    3.5" Floppy Drive
    52X CD-ROM Drive
    8,8,32 CD-Writer
    Sounblaster 128
    Ethernetcard
     
  7. Vile Gems: 8/31
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    1 GHz Athlon
    256 MB PCI-133 Ram
    Nvidia Prophet 2 - 32MB
    30 gig HD
    12x DVD
    3D sound (don't know the brand, but it's very good)
    512k Cable modem

    My Laptop:

    1 GHz Athlon
    280 MB Ram
    SiS - 32MB
    20 gig HD
    12x DVD
    Crappy sound, but it works
    Leaches off my 512k Cable modem

    BTW: I have a 32 Meg video card in my laptop. Albeit it is an SiS card, but it's good enough to run UT at normal resolution.
     
  8. John Crichton Gems: 2/31
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    yeh John that'll run anything on the market nowadays.

    Anyway my PC's specs are:

    PII 233mhz
    32mb RAM
    4gb HD Space
    4mb Nvidia Riva 128 graphics card

    Yeh yeh so I am too poor to afford a good PC, what am I suddenly inferior now? :mad:

    [This message has been edited by Gash (edited August 10, 2001).]
     
  10. Orkrist the Cleaver Gems: 13/31
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    [​IMG] Not by a long shot. My PC sucks totally. Spec wise its OK, but its an Emachine and has cruddy audio-visual components. It does now at least. Soon,...it will only be the empty shell of an eMachine..HA HA HA!...
     
  11. John Crichton Gems: 2/31
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    Hummm yea Whatever Gash

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  12. Ragusa

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    [​IMG] Win-98 SE operating system; self made from single components

    -650 MHz AMD Athlon (slot-A :( )
    -192 MB 133MHz-SD-RAM
    -ELSA ERAZOR-III Riva TNT-2 w. 32 MB
    -10/100 MBit Ethernet card
    -my old 24x CD-ROM drive
    -8x CD writer
    -17" Belinea

    nice, but I want *MORE POWER* :D

    [This message has been edited by Ragusa (edited August 10, 2001).]
     
  13. Alyr Arkhon Gems: 10/31
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    Windows ME
    Amd Athlon 500
    256 Mega ram
    TNT2 with 32 Mega
    20 Giga winchester
    Isdn modem
    17'' monitor
     
  14. Brega Gems: 6/31
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    [​IMG] Pentium II 333Mhz
    64MB RAM
    48x CD-ROM
    Windows ME
    Thats enough for me!
     
  15. Athalon Gems: 5/31
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    A weak but reliable computer
    Windows 98
    AMD Athlon 550 mhz
    56X CD
    26GB hardrive
    128 RAM
    Philips 17"
    Ethernet
    NO CD-RW or DVD
    NO speakers, got earphones
    NO Dial-up Modem thingy
     
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