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MikeRavenelle
Say what you have inside the box here Wink.

AMD Athlon 3500+ Oced: 2.5 Stable
1024 Corsair Ram
ASUS A8N-SLi Mobo(normal one)
eVGA Nvida 6800XT

List yours!
Jaiye
AMD64 3500+ Winchester oc'd @ 2.33
2x512 Kingston Hyper-X Ram PC3200
eVGA nVidia 6600 w/ Zalman fan/heatsink, od'd @ 500/600
some decent Giga-Byte mobo
2x120 WD SATA in Raid0
SilverStone BTX case

Dell 2405FPW
Logitech MX510
Logitech 5.1 Surround Sound

Boles Roor
AMD 64 X2 4400+ OCed @ 2.64Ghz - 11x240
2x512 Corsair CMX512-3200C2 @ 2.0-2-2-6 latency
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
Asus EN7800GTX @ 490/1300 with a Zalman cooler.
NZXT Nemesis case.
Tagan 530W PSU
deleenheir
this is my machine:

A7N8X-X
athlon xp mobile (DTR Sad ) 2800+ @ 2.4ghz + slk947u
1024mb DDR pc 3200
2*80gb maxtor RAID0 + 250gb maxtor
Ati Radeon 9800pro + ati silencer over XT speeds
SB live 5.1
TV-card
19" CRT LG studioworks
Antec truepower 450Watt
Chieftec Dragon (black) case
+ mx510 and a Logitech UltraX keyboard Twisted Evil
mathiaus
AMD Athlon 64 x2 4200 2.25 Ghz
1024MB (2x512) Corsair value select Ram PC3200 (with cheap aluminium heat spreaders)
Gigabyte x1300pro ait radeon
160GB Maxtor diamondmax sata 72000rpm
1 floppy drive (needed for sata drivers)
cd-rw/dvd-rom combo drive (dvd's currently don't work?)
380W PSU (came with case)
Linksys wireless PCI card
1 120mm fan (outake), 1 80mm fan (intake), 1 exhaust (under graphics card)
sapphire pure advantage crossfire motherboard
Thug
Intel Pentium 4 - 2,66 Ghz
768 DDR SDRAM
120 Gig Hd - Seagate
350W
Now -Nvidia Ti4200 ---- Next week -Nvidia 7800 GS Very Happy
MSI mobo
broti
Intel P4 2.4 Ghz @ 2.6 Ghz, Stock Fans
786 MBRam lol 1 of my 3 mem. Slots is broken.. Sow had to decrease from 1024 to 786MB.
Geforce fx5200( bah Sad )
Asus P4 SE MoBo.
1* 40GB HDD
1* 80GB HDD

I know I need an upgrade very badly. Crying or Very sad
bladesage
Not too much,

Dual Mobile Pentium 4 @ 2.4 Ghz each (4.8 Ghz total)
512 MB DRAM (2 memory banks @ 256 MB each)
50 GB Hard drive
ATI Radeon 9000 Graphics adapter with 4-monitor support
512 MB Video Memory-Secondary 3D Graphics Accelerator
512 MB Video Memory-Secondary 2D Graphics Accelerator
90 Watt Audio adapter with 3D sound enhancements

It's actually a very nice system, but it cost $9,026.
MyITLab
Intel P4 3ghz CPU
Asus P4C800-E Deluxe Mobo
Kingston PC4000 512mb sticks x 4
Seagate 400gb SATA drives x 2
Western Digital 200gb EIDE drives x 2
Pioneer 4x DVD-R burner Rolling Eyes
Generic 52x CD-RW burner
Microsoft Bluetooth keyboard/mouse
ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon 9800
Dell 19" FP1901 LCD
bassgs_17
It's not much, but I call it 1337...
Celeron D 340 (OC to 3.4 ghz)
512 DDR (planning on upgrade to 2 gig)
GeForce MX 4000
80 GB HDD
Rohos Encryption
Windows XP/Gentoo DualBoot
XeRo
Amd 3700+ Athlon 64 bits San diego 393 pins
MSI K8n Platinum Nforce 4
2gb of ram memory
200gb of Hard disk SATA Western Digital
Radeon X800GT Xtreme 256 MB / 256 Bits Graphic Card Razz
adidasx
amd sempron 2800+
1 gb ram
400 gb hard dish
dvdrw
x800 128mb GTO PCIe grafic card
19" LG flatron monitor
thats it Smile
ocalhoun
AMD Athalon 1400Mhz
786 MB SDRAM 133
Radion 7200 PCI --> 17" CRT
Trident Blade 3D onboard --> 15" CRT
Stealth Diamond '97 PCI --> 15"CRT
CD Burner and DVD player
80 GB HD and 60 GB HD
5 1/4 floppy drive
kiranaghor
1.
Proc: AMD Athlon 64 3000+
mobo: ASUS A8n E (works great)
gfx: nvidia 6600 PCI Express
512 MB RAM
80 GB internal + 80 GB external HDD
Samsung CRT 17". Hmmm I wish to go for a Apple Cinema Display 20".
Antec Lanboy Cabinet.
Creative SBS 370 Speakers.
WinXP and UBUNTU 5.10 Breezy.

2.
Apple iBook 600MHz. I llove this beauty with mac os x tiger.
eLto
And the organs and intestines are as follows:

ThermalTake kandalf Cabinet. Black.
ThermalTake Butterfly PSU 460W
MSI K8N Diamond Mainboard. Sli, Creative audio.
AMD Athlon X2 3800+ cpu at 2100Mhz
2x XFX GeForce 7800 GT 256MB ram. SLi Driven.
1.5GB RAM matched TwinMOS.
Creative X-fi Fatal1ty 64mb xram.
480GB storage
Logitech MX-1000 Laser Mouse
Logitech OEM Xtra flat keyboard
Wacom Volito 2 drawing tablet
iMON VFD infrared remote control center.
TheGeek
What started out as an E-Machines with P4 @ 2.5Ghz, 512MB RAM and 100GB HDD with 200Watt generic PSU

Intel P4 @ 2.5Ghz
400Watt Ultra PSU
Nvidia 5500 128MB @ 350/500 - Heatsink/Fan taken from 6600 rigged on
1GB of Kingston PC3200 (2x512MB)
LiteOn CD/DVD R/RW
Ultra Case
Linksys WUSB54G
Compaq 2.5Ghz wireless keyboard and mouse combo
100GB WD 7200RPM HDD
250GB Samsung 7200RPM HDD
2x Scion high speed intake and exhaust fans
WinXP/Fedora DualBoot
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Machine #2 Linux server test platform

Pentium II 233Mhz
128MB PC2700
Onboard Video
Onboard Sound
10GB WD 5400RPM HDD
Built in 5 port ethernet switch
Running Damn Small Linux (50MB OS, gotta love it) in fluxbox GUI
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Laptop (upgrade platform for linux laptop project)

Intel Pentium II
64MB SDRAM (planning to up to 256MB
5GB 5400RPM HDD (upgrading to 30GB)
CD+-RW
17" LCD
8MB built in video
Running Win98 right now, will be upgrading to dualboot win2000/DSL
psycosquirrel
Current "gaming" rig (Upgrading in a few weeks)

P4 @ 2.0 Ghz (was O/c at 2.3 stable, clocked back to stock for longer lifespan)
ASUS socket 478 Mobo w/ AGP slot
AGP eVGA 5500 256mb
512Mb "ghetto" (by my standards) Corsair (I think, this RAM is really ghetto) RAM
Creative Live! sound card
550w White Box PSU
2 stealthed combo drives
15Gb hard drive (music, media, etc)
40Gb hard drive (everything else, using less than 10Gb of it)
all in some crappy black case I bought online for $20 (including shipping)

Running Windows 2000, meticulously tuned for maximum performance.
Dual ViewSonic monitors, for an effective 2048x768 of desktop space for CS mapping, Photoshopping, and browsing

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Ex-Server, now standard desktop, possibly selling to TheGeek's girlfriend

AMD 2000+
crap PC Chips Mobo w/ onboard SiS gfx
128Mb Corsair valueram (I think)
combo drive
40Gb hard drive
all in an alright beige case that is in decent shape.

Also Windows 2000, running unmodified with SP2 for maximum stability.

This computer used to be a mATX server for Counter-Strike 1.6, it was running a 40Gb laptop drive that will be going into my next build.

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Laptop1:

P4 Mobile @ 2.0Ghz
Intel Integrated Graphics, 64Mb onboard
256Mb RAM
60Gb hard drive
Combo Drive

And it is a Dell, so games hate it.

Also Windows 2000, unmodified again for same reason as previous build.

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Laptop2:

P2, not sure of frequency
32Mb RAM
No onboard graphics card; it is a craphics card.
600Mb hard drive
8x CD drive. (OLD.)

Refuses to run Win2000, hard drive too small to be useful Linux server, no network card, and 3 minute battery live, so it might get thrown out of a window or used as a fancy alarm clock soon.

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We have 4 other computers in our house; 2 laptops, an old-ish Dell and my brother's comp, which basically has the same specs as mine -1 drive and -crap case.

I also have a spare GeForce4 TNT2, a spare AMD 1400+, and tons of parts, so I may build another PC to sell once I order the Socket A mobo I need for it.

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My next build:

AMD 3700+
GeForce 6800GS
1 Gig Corsair XMS RAM
SeaSonic 400w PSU
AsRock mATX mobo
2x 40Gb laptop drives
3x laptop combo drives
1x laptop floppy drive (my first build with a floppy Laughing )
firewire/usb card
Creative Live! sound card (from my current PC)
And a fan controller for ventilation of...

a Q-Pack!


QPACK FTW!!!!
Boles Roor
Quote:
My next build:

AMD 3700+
GeForce 6800GS
1 Gig Corsair XMS RAM
SeaSonic 400w PSU
AsRock mATX mobo
2x 40Gb laptop drives
3x laptop combo drives
1x laptop floppy drive (my first build with a floppy Laughing )
firewire/usb card
Creative Live! sound card (from my current PC)
And a fan controller for ventilation of...

a Q-Pack!


QPACK FTW!!!!

May I ask why you are going to rape that nice CPU with such an aweful MoBo? :O Just seems a lil weird :p Nice CPU + GPU but a bad MoBo Sad
psycosquirrel
Neg. Good Mobo.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813157085

Don't diss a brand, unless it is like PC Chips or something. AsRocks is new, but they have a ton of potential. This board definently has the most bang for the buck.
TheGeek
The only complaint i have about that board you picked there psyco is that it only supports 4GB of RAM (though knowing you you probably wont even use that) and it only supports PC3200, personally i would have found one that supprots PC4000, but thats just me.

Other than that, its a nice sounding mobo and reviews usually dont lie, and if thats the case it sounds like people are pretty happy all across the board with it.
psycosquirrel
Laughing There are only 7 AMD mobos on the Egg that support 8Gb ram, n00b Razz
There are none on the Egg that are over PC3200 for the RAM frequency...

So it really is a good mobo, haha.


The thing about DDR2 RAM (over 3200 speed) is that the new RAM pin interface is very new, and does not work (as far as I know) with socket 939s YET. I am not sure if there is a technical limitation on it, but it seems like there must be if there are none out yet.

Hopefully I won't be disappointed by AsRocks. Supposedly they even overclock well, but you cannot believe everything you hear. I would be satisfied if it just ran as well as my current mobo, and by the reviews, I think I will be very pleased.
TheGeek
Then personally i wouldnt go with the Egg, Noob, lol

Im just saying that i would have opted for the PC4000 or DDR2 support simply to think of for the future if i was making a gaming PC. As for 8GB of RAM thats more of a dream then actually obtainable...
psycosquirrel
Laughing Ok, let's not go with the egg. Find me a mATX mobo with a 16x PCI-E slot, socket 939, and DDR2 standard. Oh, and under my budget of $75 for a mobo. Good luck, you will need it (I think)
TheGeek
who said anything about a budget, im just saying that they existed...
psycosquirrel
Laughing Well can you find one with that disregarded? I want to know, because I haven't seen one Confused
DecayClan
My current computer:

AMD ATHLON64 3200+
1GB dual ddr Ram
80GB HDD western digital + 300GB external HDD
Nvidia Ge force 6600GT 256
Nec dvd-r
.....
Boles Roor
psycosquirrel wrote:
Neg. Good Mobo.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813157085

Don't diss a brand, unless it is like PC Chips or something. AsRocks is new, but they have a ton of potential. This board definently has the most bang for the buck.

I thought AsRock was a cheap ass Asus board. Also, I had a few problems with AsRocks before. Anyways, I just like to use established products, so I was just wondering.

As for the PC3200, that's official support. My MoBo also "only" has 3200 support, but the manual states it can handle up to 4800 I believe.
psycosquirrel
Actually, it is probably 4400. Anything higher is DDR2. If the motherboard will support up to 3200, it will naturally run higher frequency RAM at the motherboard's native frequency of 3200. This means it would be a waste to buy 4400 RAM because it would run as 3200.

AsRocks is a complete different company than Asus (I think, have not researched it). I have always used Asus in the past, but I have heard better things about the AsRock board than the Asus alternative.
ForceRun
Put this together over the end of the summer and fall of 2005:

Rig, Asus 754 Socket MoBo AMD Athlon 64 3700+ Proc OC to 2.64,
2 Gbs RAM (3200),
4x250 Gbs SATA 2 Gb RAID & 320 Gbs Hard Drives.
XFX 6800 GT Nvidia w/ Silencer OC 20%.
SB Audigy 2 ZS Gamer.
DL DVD burner.
And So on all in a Clear Blue Acrylic Case by Sunbeam

I got it mostly from NewEgg and I love it.


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TheGeek
^^ hey nice rig there bro! I love the cooling setup you got there.

Ill put some pics up of my rig once i get it finished, i just finished the case swap and the processor ducting. Now im waiting on my GPU cooler to come in and my new processor heatsink and fan controlller. After that ill clean up the wires for a photo, right now the wires are sorta all over the place. After that im upgrading atleast my mobo so i can OC my processor if not both mobo and processor.
technology.sponge
not exactly the best rig made (!!!!!) but contrast is needed here
(actually, i cobbled it when i was bored)

ASUS mbrd
200mhz pentium 1 128kb cache
32mb ram
Pioneer DVD-ROM drive (48x cd/8x dvd)
(1 1/2 floppy drive)
Segate 6GB hdd with 1 mb cache
Maxtor 300MB hdd with 1/2 mb cache
WD 10GB hdd with 2mb cache
350watt psu
5.1 surround sound card
ps/2 mouse nd kboard
17" phillips monitor CRT
2MB Phoenix Tech Vid card
10/100/1000 network card aopen

not the best system in the world but it only cost me 120 bux AUD to make outta OEM surplus parts, 2nd hand, spares.

~BOTTLENECK~~~
lazyme
ASUS K8N mbrd

AMD Athlon 64 2800

512 MB ram

Samsung Combo drive

Segate 160GB

400watt psu

ps/2 mouse nd kboard

17" phillips monitor CRT

ATI 9600XT Tech Vid card

Altec Lansing ATP3 Speakers
OtakuBoi
AMD AthlonXP 3200+

MSI K7N2GM-V (nForce 2)

XFX nVidia GeForce 6600 256MB

Maxtor Platinum 60+80gb

Realtek AC'97 Audio

512MB Centon RAM (2-4-4-7 After OC)
tomahawk19
Look in my signature...She gets by, just needs a better video card, and a bigger OS drive.

I guess I can post it other than my sig, in case I change my sig.


Athlon 64 3000+ (754)
ASUS K8V-SE DLX
1 GB Kingston PC3200
3 HDD, 1 Files drive, 1 Media drive, 1 OS drive (dual boot XP Pro, FC4)
120 GB Maxtor (Media) I do video editing
30 GB Seagate (OS)
200 GB Maxtor (Files)
Sapphire Radeon 9200 Pro
Samsung 19" LCD
Sylvania 17" CRT
Raidmax case
CD/DVD, CD-RW
Chris24
Asus P4P800 SE
2.8 P4 Oced 20%
Tuniq Tower 120, with 1 120 cfm, 2 80 cfm fans
Ati 9800 Pro
Saitek keyboard
500 watt PSU
1 gig ram
2 x 200 gig hard drives and 1 40 gig (I like to burn Very Happy )
1 dvd/cd rw drive
1 dvd drive
X-Infinity case with blue neon lights

Nothing much but runs like a champ.
s43ros
HP pavillion zv6000

AMD Athlon 64 3800+ @1ish ghz in 64 bit programs
@ 2.4ish ghz in 32 bit programs

1024 RAM

ATI Radeon xpress 200M 128mb

90 gb hard drive

It's good enough
Jerimiah40
Pentium 3 Processor (700MHz)
64MB of PC100 RAM
12GB main drive
20GB media drive
ATI Rage 128 video card (16MB of VRAM)
Soundblaster 16 Soundcard (old SLI card FTW!)
william
It's an OK PC.

Dell Dimension 4600

Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz with HT Technology
512 MB RAM (2 x 256 MB dual channel)
Western Digital 160 GB 7200 rpm hard drive.
128 MB nVidia Graphics Card
Integrated Sound
17" Flat Panel Monitor
1 DVD+RW Drive
1 DVD-ROM Drive (messed up)
Floppy disk drive
technology.sponge
ok pc... 4 years ago:
gigabyte 8idml p4 mobo
256mb pc133 sdram
teac dcburner 12/10/24
jlms dvd rom 8x dvd 48 cd
nec 3 1/2 floppy
compaq optical mouse
microsoft internet kbord
acer 17 inch crt
nvidia geforce mx_100 64mb ram
seagate 40gb 2mb hdd
maxtor 100gb 8mb hdd
belkin 3 port usb2.0 card pci
aopen 10/100 vid card
aopen case and 350weatt psu

my crapass bottleneck 12 dollar pc from (literally 12 dollars)
ASUS mobo
pentioum 1 200mhz clocked to 250mhz
32mb ram
pioneer dvdrom 16/48
5.1 dse pci card sound
optical mouse
kboard
17" phillips crt
250watt psu
8gb segate 1mb
12gb maxtor 2mb
300meg segate 512kb cache
Frozen Balrog
technology.sponge wrote:
ok pc... 4 years ago:
gigabyte 8idml p4 mobo
256mb pc133 sdram
teac dcburner 12/10/24
jlms dvd rom 8x dvd 48 cd
nec 3 1/2 floppy
compaq optical mouse
microsoft internet kbord
acer 17 inch crt
nvidia geforce mx_100 64mb ram
seagate 40gb 2mb hdd
maxtor 100gb 8mb hdd
belkin 3 port usb2.0 card pci
aopen 10/100 vid card
aopen case and 350weatt psu

my crapass bottleneck 12 dollar pc from (literally 12 dollars)
ASUS mobo
pentioum 1 200mhz clocked to 250mhz
32mb ram
pioneer dvdrom 16/48
5.1 dse pci card sound
optical mouse
kboard
17" phillips crt
250watt psu
8gb segate 1mb
12gb maxtor 2mb
300meg segate 512kb cache


Woh got some ownage there man Cool i build computer for friends and stuff and get their old ones so i got a bunch of crap just sitten in my room waiting for some old trash dump to take possesion of them lol, My system i got just 6 months ago and i already drool over new parts seems as if you can never seem to get an totally ownage computer cause a awsome new part comes out just when you finish. Oh well hehe It does what i need though on highest settings it lags every once in a while when playin Battle For Middle Earth 2 (awsome game)
technology.sponge
specs for the to-be-my-pc-in-2-weeks:

gigabyte quad sli mobo
2 gig corsair ram
thermaltake kandalf case with 650watt psu
2 x 7800GT's sli
a 72gig wd raptor sata
2 x 320gig wd sata 2 drives
LG DL-DVD +/- R
asus dvdrom/cdrm
audigy 4 pro sound card
2 x 20.1 inch lcds
athlon 64 x2 4800+
psycosquirrel
Shocked

Spend a lot of money?

Quad SLI is HIGHLY unstable btw.
chirag
AMD 3200+
ASUS A8n-e
Xfx geforce 6600gt 256mb
Hitachi 160gb Sata II
Altec Lansing Vs3151r
Zebronics cabinet
Samsung SyncMaster 798MB plus
512*2 Transcand Ram
brad31337
AMD 64+ 3200
2 x 512mb Corsair RAM
Wintek 6600GT
Z-alien Case
ASUS mobo
Acer 19" Widescreen monitor 8ms response


Doc_89
a hamster runnung round
elh_merc
Built mine November 04.

AMD 64 FX-53
MSI K8N NEO2 Motherboard
2x75GB WD Rapter Harddrives (10,000RPM) RAID 0 SATA
4x 1GB Corsair Ram (Forgot what kind but it has LEDs on the side)
NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra
Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS Plat Pro
21" ViewSonic Flat Screen LCD

Lots of fun gaming Smile
Gundamxxg
AMD Athlon 64 3800+ venice core OC'd to 2.9ghz at stock voltage
DFI LPD-expert
total of 1.3TB HDD space
2GB ddr running 2-3-2-5 T-1 timings
ATi Radeon X1900XT
19" LCD running 1280x1024 native with opticlear ( uber crisp resolution and display)
tench
AMD 64 3500 2.2 GHZ
1 GB corsair
asus motherboard
160 GB WD
XFX geforce 6800XT 256mb
19" LCD hyundai
Helios
Dual 3Ghz Pentium
512 mB ddr
9600 xt
45 GB for Windows and 35 GB for Mac Os X "Tiger"


I know I need an upgrade. Saving money...
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