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Post your specs!
Sep 3 2007, 6:31 pm
By: AgeNt_  

Sep 3 2007, 6:31 pm AgeNt_ Post #1



ill start with mine
(soon) 22-24" widescreen lcd moniter
MoBo: ASUS M2N32-SLI DELUXE wireless ed
HDD: 2 320GB HDD
RAM: 2GB
CD-Drive: ASUS Dual CD-DVD Drive (top speed)
Vid Card: ASUS Nvidia 8600GT Silent ED DX10 Enabled
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate

Other:
2 blue neon
3 fans
front glowing panel

things im gonna update in near future is im gonna get another gfx card for better performence and more RAM.
all custom built computer, nobody made it for me!



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Sep 3 2007, 7:03 pm Falkoner Post #2



You just wanted to show off your computer :P



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Sep 3 2007, 7:08 pm dumbducky Post #3



17" NEC LCD
HDD: 160GB
RAM: 512 MB DDR @333Mhz
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @2.66Ghz
Video Card:ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon 9600Pro
OS: Windows XP SP2



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Sep 3 2007, 7:52 pm Sael Post #4



Wanted to show off what exactly?

eVGA nForce 680i
2x 320 Gb HDDs
Intel C2D E6700 @ 3.2 GHz
3 Gb DDR2 800 @ 4-4-4-12
eVGA 8800 GTX
Vista Home Premium
28" HannsG 16:10 LCD :lol:

I could go on, but there's really no need. ; )



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Sep 3 2007, 8:04 pm dumbducky Post #5



Are you running 32 bit or 64?



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Sep 3 2007, 8:58 pm Sael Post #6



Unfortunately only 32-bit, but it was a free upgrade to XP MCE 2005 that I got for about $80 in December. I'm thinking about buying Ultimate 64-bit soon because my school has a really great deal to get it for like 20% of the price that it costs retail.



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Sep 3 2007, 11:10 pm dumbducky Post #7



Can you mass buy those, or do they limit it one per student?



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Sep 3 2007, 11:32 pm ~:Deathawk:~ Post #8



ARGH, wrote a bunch about my computer just to press a bookmark and have it all erased... i'll go through it quick now.. no links or anything :(

monitor : p815 viewsonic
speakers : x-530 logitech
mouse : mx518 logitech
keyboard : comfort curve 2000 microsoft
case : centurion 5 COOLER MASTER
powersupply : RP500S-2MR rosewill
harddrive : samsung spinpoint 160gb EIDE
dvd drive : generic crap
video card : 7900gs cooled by cool viva pro @ 612/907... on stock volts, going to get it up to 1.5v soon
processor : athlon 64 3700+ 939 @297 x 10 = 2970 @ 1.56 cooled with arctic freezer pro 64
motherboard : dfi lanparty ut nf4-d
fan controller : sunbeam rheobus
fans : silverstone fm-121 vantec tornado
sound card : sound blaster live! 24 bit
memory : pqi turbo 1x1gb @ 2-3-3-6 @ DDR 494
that sums it up =\



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Sep 3 2007, 11:36 pm Ultraviolet Post #9



Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5000+ 2.60 GHz
RAM: 2GB
Hard Drive: 320GB
Windows Vista Home Premium (it's not as bad as people make it out to be) 32-bit operating system





Sep 3 2007, 11:43 pm AgeNt_ Post #10



i have no clue why people hate vista. it works good for me.



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Sep 4 2007, 1:45 am Sael Post #11



Every new game is extremely stable in Vista. The older the game is, the more trouble I seem to have with it. However, SimCity3000 seems to run just fine in Vista, and that's very old. However, StarCraft seems to be very buggy. The left side of the screen flickers, and I'm really unable to play the game that way.



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Sep 4 2007, 4:25 am Falkoner Post #12



Could you guys also post where you live and where in your house you keep your computers? :P



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Sep 4 2007, 5:29 am Dr. Shotgun Post #13



Quote from Felagund
Wanted to show off what exactly?

eVGA nForce 680i
2x 320 Gb HDDs
Intel C2D E6700 @ 3.2 GHz
3 Gb DDR2 800 @ 4-4-4-12
eVGA 8800 GTX
Vista Home Premium
28" HannsG 16:10 LCD :lol:

I could go on, but there's really no need. ; )

LCD for the loss.



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Sep 4 2007, 7:50 am MasterJohnny Post #14



Pentium 4 at 2.40 ghz
2gb ddr ram
3D Fuzion Geforce fx5500 25g mb ddr
mouse: Logitech lx5
250GB 7200rpm 8mb cache hard drive
windows xp
default browser: firefox



Philosophy deals with unanswered questions. Religion deals with unquestioned answers. I am a Mathematician

Sep 4 2007, 1:00 pm Sael Post #15



Obviously you know nothing about new LCDs.



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Sep 4 2007, 5:01 pm LoveMeleemaps Post #16



well mine isn't as good as others but heres my specs.

running last xp btw its a cracked version of xp and vista haha
intel
celeron cpu 2.40 ghz overclocked at 2.89ghz
1.5gb
NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 420
300gb harddrive



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Sep 4 2007, 11:01 pm AgeNt_ Post #17



right now my monitor is the one i ran when i first started mapping for sc. it was my old monitor for my OLD computer. its a bit dirty yet it still works. (btw its a 15" monitor)
prepare to be lol'd
http://www.computerdisplays.co.uk/17%20inch%20monitors/philips_107s_screen.jpg



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Sep 5 2007, 12:39 am Dr. Shotgun Post #18



Quote from Felagund
Obviously you know nothing about new LCDs.
I will say one thing.

85Hz.

Compare that to your response time.


Also, I find that smaller monitors are more effective for gaming, as you can easily see everything, status icons, heath bars, ammo, without having to move your eyes. At smaller sizes, like 17 or 19", 1280x1024 is really enough.

Although if you prefer higher resolution/screen size, more power to you, I suppose.



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Sep 5 2007, 1:23 am ~:Deathawk:~ Post #19



At a certain point, a monitor's refresh rate or response time is really undistinguishable. LCDs have definitely reached that point, and their response time really doesn't cause any problems. Yes, CRTs are definately better for stuff like photo editting, since they display purer colors. Yes, they contrast better, definitely have better blacks... but they're expensive, hard to find, power consuming, unasthetically(sp) pleasing, and LCDs display better color brightness. For the average user, and even now gamer, LCDs have evolved to a point where they can reach and satisfy most anybody's needs.



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Sep 5 2007, 2:11 am Nintendo_Confed Post #20



Guys, post pictures also if possible, i want to envy ur comps.
Sigh:
Dell Dimension 2400
Windows XP SP2 (with a Vista patch so it looks like vista)
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.66 GHZ
Memory: 512MB DDR (not sure about the speed, ill get that later.)
Video Card: Intel Extreme Graphics something something, i forget. 64MB, 200mhz memory and core clock.
Hard drive: 80GB Maxtor @7200 RPM
A 52x cd-r drive and Cd burner (no dvd)
Yes this looks a little crude but im no on that comp right now so i cant give details.



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