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ncwdavid
Hey, I was just wondering what type of system you are running at the moment. Here is mine(its a piece of crap)

Dell Dimension 4100
Intell Pentium 3
20 GB Hard drive
128 MB Ram

Thats all I know about and its useless but I am getting a new PC within the next 2 weeks which is a massive difference compared to my current PC:

XPS 700 (D07XP7)
Intel® Pentium® Extreme Edition 965 Processor (3.73GHz, 1066MHz, 2x2MB cache),
Genuine Windows® XP Professional, SP2
2048MB Dual Channel DDR2 667MHz [2x1024] Memory
500GB Serial ATA RAID 1 Mirror (2x500GB 7200rpm drives with DataBurst™ cache)
500GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA/100 Hard Drive with 16MB DataBurst™ cache
16x DVD+/-RW & 16x DVD Drives
512MB nVidia™ GeForce 7900GTX graphics card
128MB Ageia™ PhysX™ PCI Card
Dell™ 30" UltraSharp™ Widescreen Flat Panel (3007WFP)
Sound Blaster® X-Fi Xtreme Music PCI Soundcard
Dell™ A525 Speakers with Subwoofer

and a load of other stuff.....its looking good. Im so excited about getting this PC.

P.S. What do you think about the new one?
mercurial
oO woah not bad a config... mine's currently an amd athlon 64 3200 wif 80gb hdd, 1gb ram, dvd writer and x600 sapphire graphics card. rather proficient still and can play most mainstream games well coz i dun really go for the extra details and stuff..

but regarding ur rig..you could always invest in a dual core processor..more effective in the long run..especially in AMD dual core X2 Razz
Josso
I'm running:

Single Core 2.2Ghz Sad
7.1 Surround Sound
GeForce 7900 GTX
2GB RAM
300GB Hard Drive
Some nice Sony drives (52x) one for DVD/CD burning and one just for playing.
XP Professional
550W PSU (supporting my new stuff)
{name here}
I've got a Dell Dimension 4100 upgraded to 256 MB RAM for testing purposes.

My other computer I'm on now is a IBM Intellistation A Pro.
AMD Opteron Processor 2.8GHz
64MB NVIDIA Quadro
1 Gig Memory
80 Gig serial ATA drive
XP Pro
manumiglani
Intel P4 2.8GHz
256 mb ram
80 gb hard disk
1mb cache
Rocky3478
On your new comp, I'd wait just a few weeks to get the Conroe procs in that PC. They absolutely flatten the AMDs. Very Happy
TheGeek
My current system is in my sig and dual booting windows and linux.

I also have right now a laptop running linux:
PII @ 333mhz
64mb RAM
4GB HDD

and another desktop running linux:
PII @ 333mhz
128Mb RAM
10GB HDD
myspacerules
dell 2.8ghz
80 gig hard drive
512 mb ram


but yet im still runinng windows ME .. lmfao

i have actually used windowsXP and i didnt like it all.......

so... i stick with my windows ME
kelvinpoon
p4 1.8ghz
384mb ram
40gb hdd
winxp pro
kiranaghor
1. AMD Athlon 64 3000+
512 MB ram
200 GB HDD
Lanboy cabinet

2. Apple iBook
G3, 640MB ram
looksbad
Hmm some nice systems, just got my new one built today:


GPUs: 2x GeForce 7950 GTX's (Quad SLI)
CPU: Intel Core 2 DUO Extreme Edition X6800 (fastest CPU out there its whipping the AMD's atm Sad )
RAM: 4 Gigs of Corsair DDR-2
Case: Thermaltake Armor
HDD: (4) 200gig SATA 2 drives in a Raid 0 config
Monitor: (2) Dell 2405 24" Monitor
OS: Windows XP

I am getting some problems with the duel monitors when gaming but it doesnt take 2 seconds to switch too one Wink

Ive got a second pc still pretty new.. it can play probly every new game at a pretty cool fps. Ive got it on a duel boot with linux/XP
photographerguy
Apple Powerbook G4 15"
1.5GB ram
1.67mhz
80GB@5400rpm hard disk
??? graphics card w/64mb (64 is low, but it runs everything surprisingly well)

MacOSX 10.4.7

I am completely satisfied with this laptop.
I'll get an intel-mac in a few years.
rfarrand
Currently I am running:
a custom built desktop, water cooled with the following specs to this point.

dual core 2.8 ghz
2 gb of RAM
256 mb ati radeon
7.1 built-in surround
(4) 80 gb hard drives

it rocks, but i am building a couple more to run other operating systems

this one currently runs xp pro.
building one for linux, and soon to be for a vista box for testing the beta out.

we will see how those come along. doing them little by little. not in a rush, but want to get them done soon and hooked up to my home network. should be sweet when all is complete.
izcool
I have too many PC's around here that I've actually lost count. (Knock on wood, I got another yesterday).

So I'll only tell the specs on the 2 primary machines that I use regularly :

Main Machine (At Home)
================
Dell OptiPlex GX240
Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.4GHz (Upgraded from 2.0GHz originally)
768MB of RAM (Upgraded from 256MB originally, but it's not able to hold 2 512MB chips, so I'm maxed out on memory)
80GB HDD (Upgraded from the original 40GB hard drive)
DVD+/-RW Drive (Upgraded from the original CD-ROM drive, then to a CD-RW and a DVD-ROM [two separate drives] until I bought my DVD burner)
ZIP250 Drive (Upgraded, as it never had one, and I like using ZIP drives for some files)
Internal Card Reader (Upgraded since I took out my 2nd drive when I bought my DVD burner, it's connected to the internal ports on my USB/FireWire PCI card)
17" Dell LCD Flat-Panel Monitor (Upgraded from the original 17" CRT Dell monitor, as it was cheap)
64MB video card (Upgraded from the original 32MB card)
I got this as a Christmas gift from my dad to me in 2003, but I think I spent more than $1,000 on it over the past few years on upgrades for it. I put a USB/FireWire PCI card in it since I had too many devices to plug into the 2 USB ports in the back since I was running out quickly. This I think I'm going to keep for awhile since it's not a bad system. I upgraded smaller things with it, like my speakers, the mouse, keyboard, etc. It adds up when I'm starting to think about all the money I put into this machine.

Laptop Computer (My Main Mobile Machine)
============================
Dell Inspiron 6000
Intel Centrino @ 1.7GHz
512MB of RAM
60GB HDD
DVD+/-RW Drive
External USB Floppy Drive (Upgraded, since in my eyes it's not complete without it)
External USB-Powered ZIP250 Drive (Upgraded too, as it's useful to transfer bigger files from my primary machine to my laptop if it's not hooked up to the internet).
Lots of cool and interesting knick-knacks that I spent a few hundred on to make it a cool device to toy around with, and might be useful someday.
I paid $750.00 for this system, excluding the upgrades I done for it. I plan on getting the maximum RAM for it too (2GB) but that will cost me an arm and a leg to buy, but eventually I'll go out and buy them. Other upgrades are always possible too.

- Mike.
eldarian
Mwa-ha-ha...
AMD Athlon451mHz, 9Gb HDD... 3dFx Vodoo 2... CD-RW, 192 Mbytes RAM, giant DELL monitor... and all this is without USB port!
How do you like it?
zuk4u
Sempron 64 3000+
Twinmos 512 mb ram
Seagate 80gb
integrated hd audio
integrated geforce 6100
liteon ltr 48246s

os: win xp sp2
avk
This is what i am running..

Intel Celeron Processor 2.26 Ghz
256 mb of Ram
40 gb hdd
17" LG Monitor.
With some Cd drives and a Floppy disc.

OS: Windows XP and Ubuntu
Xeniczone
Pentium 4 2.2ghz
512mbs ram
Nvidia Geforce FX5200
Windows Xp

B&W PowerMAC
PowerPC G3 350mhz
512mbs ram
ATI Rage 128
Mac OS X 10.2

Purple iMac
PowerPC G3 233mhz
64mbs Ram
ATI Rage 128
Mac OS 8

My Macs are out of date because I don't need all that power because I don't use them for gaming like my pc, but after... haveing them for 1yrs I think I should give myself a upgrade. I've been looking at

PowerMac G5
PowerPC G5 Duel 2ghz
512-1gb ram
----
Mac OS X 10.4
saurabh.sauron
mine is typewriter
Intel Celeron 701 MHz
256MB SD RAM
Intel 82810 Onboard
HP Pavilion 7702 system
HP DVD Writer
doesnt need more explanation. think it's crap? i have no plans to upgrade now.
turbohead
Pentium 4 2.4Ghz
DDR400 256x2
WDHD 80G
Geforce MX440

Ubuntu Linux
Verbato
Hmmm... My desktop is an old 3.2GHz Celeron, 1Gig ram. 60 Gig HDD. Graphicscard NVidia something. 128MB.

However, on the more interesting touch, my PC that I use as a gw is an old 486-66, 16 meg of ram, 260MB HDD. Running S.u.S.E. 7.0 on it.

I also have a samba-server, with two 250Gig HDD's. An old 133MHz 64 MB ram and 4.? Gig HDD. Running SuSE 8.1 on that one.

And I have a small Libretto70CT. With bluetooth and Avaya wireless card, all for sniffing, and pocketsize at that. Oh, and if I ever want to hack... Wink
I have IceWM on it, but I do prefer running text-mode programs. Like pebrot for MSN...
Too small for any document-typing sort of use. But then again, I never did like doing office-things...

and I have a few other stuff laying around. Even have linux on my X-Box. (no, not suse) However, that wasn't very usefull. Apart from being a rescue-thing for my BIOS on it.

Oh, and I have an old Dreambox. Imagine, a satelite-decoder running linux?! So nice! Very Happy

I wish I had a cell-phone that ran linux as well...
Well, it's probably happening any day soon.
Handyman
iMac
17" g4 1ghz
80gig HDD
1gig pc2700 ram
Tiger

iBook
12" g3 500mhz
60 gig HDD
384 megs ram
Tiger


Ibm Thinkpad 600e
15" PII 466 mhz
20gig HDD
256 meg ram
xp pro/ Simply Mepis Linux
sprk3
Dear Friend mine is
Intel p4 2ghz
256md sd ram
Mercury 845 mb
seagate 40gb
sony dvd
ammonkc
MacBook Pro 2.16 Ghz Core Duo, 100Gig HD, 2Gigs ram.
loveit
here's mine
Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz
256MB ddr RAM
80G Harddisk
Intel 845GL Onboard
xp sp2
myworld
Have two systems (both self builds):

Main System:

MSI K8 Neo2 Platinum Mobo
Athlon x64 Winchester 3500+
2x1GB Dual Channel PC3200 Geil Value Ram
Nvidia Geforce 6600GT Graphics Card
Power Supply - Enermax
DVD Writer - NEC 3520a
DVD Writer - Leadtek
200GB Maxtor Hard Drive
160GB Maxtor Hard Drive
Windows XP Pro SP2


Linux Test System:

Linux - Fedora Core 5
ABit NF7-S2G Mobo
2x512MB Dual Channel Geil Ultra X PC3200 Ram
ATI 7000 Graphics Card
40GB Western Digial Hard Drive
DVD Rom
CD Writer

Speedtouch 510v4 Modem Router with 3 PCs attached (wired network).
sumangurung
well mine is as follows

Processor is AMD athlon. I am pretty impressed by this processer. I bought i at half the price of the then intel counterpart Pentium 4. It is fast as well.
My mother board is mercury and it is working good for the last 4 years.
My RAM is just 256 and i really need to upgrade to higher. I dont ahve a graphics card, not much of a gamer.
My floppy drive isnot working but who cares, floppys are extinct.
I have one CD-ROM-Writer.
My screen is a CRT of 17 ".

I am not planing on upgrading as i use the desktop of my office mostly.
The specs are pretty impressive:
Pentium 4. 3 Ghz
1.25 GB RAM
64 MB Video Ram
Graphics card
17" monitor
Ghost1800
Windows XP SP2
Athlon 64 3400+
2.4 GHz
1GB RAM
ATI Radeon x1600 512MB (updated from my 9550)
180GB HD
100GB HD
19" wide monitor (1440x900)
urangkayo
at now : i have Windows XP SP2, Ubuntu 6 and Fedora Core 4

my spec is:

Processor AMD Duron 1200 MHz
VGEN 256 MB of RAM
Lite On CDROM 52X
Samsung CdRW 52x32x52
Casing Enlight 7252
Chaintech Apogee 7VJL
VGA Riva TNT2 Embarassed
2 Lan Card
15" Philips Monitor
Talk2Tom11
In my system... Laptop... Windows XP SP2

Processor Pentium 4 2.0ghz
1.0 GB of DDR RAM
DVDCDRW 52X
17'' screen (not wide)
tv out
tv tuner
usb 2.0 x2
usb 1.1 x2
webcam= creative labs
hard drive = 40gb
External hard drive = 160GB
tony
Biostar M7NCG 400 7.2
Socket A AMD Sempron 3300+ (2.19 GhZ, equivalent to 3.3GHz Intel)
2 GB dual-channel PC3200 DDR SDRAM (operating as 333MHz PC2700)
250-GB 7200-RPM IDE HDD
CD/DVD-R/DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD+RW IDE Reader/Burner
AGP 8x DVI/VGA XFX NVIDIA GeForce 6200 with 256MB DDR2

I got the barebones which included the case, mobo, processor, heat sink, and fan for $90 after rebate + s/h. Just goes to show why you should always build your own computer from parts online - companies like dell will overcharge you for preassembled machines.
ykfdf
I've got a Dell Dimension 4100 upgraded to 256 MB RAM for testing purposes.
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codegeek
I am running Windows 7 on a 1-year-old MSI CX480.

Specifications:

Processor Intel Core i3-2310M
RAM: 4GB
HDD: 500GB
14 inch display
GPU Model NVIDIA GeForce GT 520M
GPU Memory (shared) 1GB DDR3
USB 2.0 ports: 2
USB 3.0 ports: 1
Wi-fi, Bluetooth, Webcam, everything that's on most computers.
loveandormoney
I am using now different Linux Systems
most
Xubuntu and Siduction.
And an old computer with Freedos.
mshafiq
I am using laptop with windows 8 operating system.
chiragjn
Dell Inspiron 15R N5010 Laptop

2.4Ghz Intel Core i3 370M
4GB DDR3 RAM
Intel HD Graphics
320 GB HDD
Triple Booted with OSX Yosemite ,Ubuntu 14.04, Windows 10
Arrogant
Lenovo U430 touch dualbooting Archlinux and Windows 7

Processor: 4th Generation Intel® Core i5 Processor
Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 4000
RAM: 8.0GB
Hard disk: Hybrid 500GB 5400RPM + 8GB SSHD
deanhills
Dell Optiplex 9020
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 @3.40 GHz 3.40 GHz
RAM: 8.00 GB (3.43 usable)
System type: 32-bit operating system (should have been 64-bit - will fix it one of these days so I can get full benefit of RAM)
Windows 7 Home Premium (should have been Windows 7 Professional)
500GB 3.5inch SATA (7200 RPM) Hard Drive
Intel® Integrated Graphics

I/O Ports
4 External USB 3.0 ports (2 front, 2 rear) and 6 External USB 2.0 ports (2 front, 4 rear) and 2 Internal USB 2.0; 1 RJ-45; 1 Serial; 1 VGA; 2 DisplayPort; 2 PS/2 (MT/SFF only); 2 Line-in (stereo/microphone), 2 Line-out (headphone/speaker)
zarawatsonn
My System specification is-:

OS- Windows 7
RAM- 4 GB
Graphic Card- Not Installed
Keyboard- Logitech K200
Mouse- Dell
HDD- 320 GB
Webcam- 2.0 MP
Da Rossa
My Setup:
Processor: Intel Core i5 3450 @3.1GHz
MoBo: Gigabyte Z77M-D3H
Memory: 8192MB DDR3 Corsair 1333MHz
VGA: Saphire ATI Radeon HD 7770 1024MB 128 bits @1920x1080
Hard Drive #1: Western Digital WD5000AAKX-003CA0 465GB 7200RPM in Raid 0 with
Hard Drive #2: Seagate ST3500413AS 465 GB 7200RPM
Hard Drive #3: Seagate ST3750330AS 698 GB 7200RPM
Hard Drive #4: Western Digital WD20EARX 1863GB IntelliPower
Hard Drive #5: Western Digital WD20EZRX 1863GB IntelliPower
Power Supply: Corsair VX450
OS: Windows 10 Home
Monitor: Samsung T270B350 @1920x1080
jestoy0514
Below are the systems I have.

Samsung N-150 Plus Netbook
Intel Atom N455 Processor
Intel Graphics
Operating System: XUbuntu 16.04 LTS
2 GB Ram
250 GB Hard Drive
10.1" LCD Screen

Lenovo G510 Laptop
Intel HD Graphics
Intel Core i3 4th Generation Processor
Operating System: Windows 10 Home & Ubuntu 16.04 Dual Boot
4 GB Ram
500 GB Hard Drive
15.6" LED Screen

Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Quad-Core CPU
1 GB Ram
Operating System: Raspbian Jessie & OSMC
__init__
Lenovo IdeaPad N580
Intel Pentium B960 dual-core (2.2GHz)
4GB DDR3 RAM
Intel HD Graphics
1366x768 15" LCD
Windows 10/Arch Linux dualboot
schoolsen
I use Ubuntu on a Acer V15-Laptop. I am very satisfied with the device and the system!
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