Post subject: Re: Show off your specs Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 10:11 pm
Amateur Beta Collector
Joined Fri Aug 18, 2006 2:20 pm
Location Kent, UK
Favourite OS Windows 7
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.97 GHZ 4GB DDRII PC6700 (800 MHZ) HIS ATI Radeon 4850 HD (650 MHZ core, 2000 MHZ Memory) nVidia nForce 650i SLI Chipset Dell W1900 Widescreen Monitor, 1280x768 @ 60 HZ over DVI Remote and IR Receiver for MCE use Pioneer DVR-111D (IDE) and DVR-216D (SATA) DVD-Rewriters Maxtor 6L200SO SATA I Hard Disk (200 GB) Western Digital WD2500JB IDE Hard Disk (250 GB) Samsung Spinpoint HD753LG SATAII Hard Disk (750 GB) Thermaltake Kandalf LCS (Silver) Case with integrated liquid cooling
OS: Vista Ultimate with SP2 Beta Build 6.0.6002.16487
Post subject: Re: Show off your specs Posted: Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:18 am
Guru Beta Collector
Joined Tue Oct 17, 2006 8:26 pm
I can't list all of my machines, because I have about 120 machines that can be on at any given time (my job entails writing software for systems no one cares about or specializes in anymore). However, my main machine is:
Power Supply: Antec True Power Trio TP3-430 430W ATX12V (3x 12v rails) Motherboard: M3N WS (Awesome board. Needed a machine with a PCI-X slot) Processor: AMD Phenom 9950 Quad-core (2.6 ghz) Memory: 8GB (4x 2GB) 1066 DDR2 ram Raid Controller: Compaq/HP Smart Array 5204 (128 MB of read/write cache) PCI-X 4-port Ultra160 Raid Controller Hard Drives: 4x Fujitsu Ultra160 18GB 15000rpm hard drives, RAID-0'd (stripped) Video Card: Nvidia 8800 GTX (I have no idea the actual brand) Sound Card: Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Network Card: Netgear GB PCI-X Network card (Since I only have once PCI-X slot, this is put in a PCI 32 slot)
And the total cost.................................................... (drum roll)
Post subject: Re: Show off your specs Posted: Fri Jan 09, 2009 2:09 am
1337 Beta Collector
Joined Thu Oct 30, 2008 3:07 am
Location Los Angeles, California
Favourite OS Windows 7 x64
Intel Core i7 940 8GB DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) ATI Radeon HD 4650 1GB 6x 1TB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Windows Server 7 build 6801
Too bad I don't get to use all it's power since the server is always running things in the background. That said, it's CPU usage is about 30% to 50% without me doing anything. In the end it end up being not very fast, but still better than my Pentium 4 Prescott.
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Post subject: Re: Show off your specs Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:06 am
Ex OSBA Member
Joined Thu Aug 24, 2006 6:28 pm
I think I have everyone beat so far with storage and screen size (drives you don't own yet don't count)
Main PC: Gateway Q6600 stock 6GB DDR2 640GB Hard Drive Vista X64, Ubuntu AMD64 (soon to have GTX 260) Bose 2.1 sound system
Server PC: HP AMD 3400+ 1GB RAM? 250GB Hard Drive 80GB Hard Drive Ubuntu
Shared: 28" Hanns-G Monitor HP Officejet Pro L7680 1TB SimpleTech SimpleDrive external 1TB SimpleTech Duo (2x500GB) external 1TB Seagate FreeAgent external
I bought the Simpletech Duo about a year ago for $100 (from OfficeMax, stacked coupon with sale price, very lucky). I just got the 1TB seagate for my birthday, and I bought the other 1TB Simpletech for $62 on clearance today at Office Depot. 4TB of total storage space... but I have the 640 on the main PC split up into quite a few partitions (one for windows, one for storage, and five or six for Ubuntu) and the Duo is set up in RAID 1.
Post subject: Re: Show off your specs Posted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 7:24 am
Guru Beta Collector
Joined Tue Jan 30, 2007 5:45 am
Location New Zealand / My PC
Favourite OS Windows 8 64bit 9200
Mine: Main PC AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ AM2 1MB Cache Socket AM2 2 GB RAM ATI Radeon 4850 512MB Seagate Barracuda 11 500GB HDD SATA2 Main Seagate Barracuda 10 160 GB HDD SATA2 Siting there doing nothing. May use for XP PRO once seven final is out for incompatible stuff. Asus M2N-X Motherboard (Conflicting opinions on weather this can take 2GB or 4GB ram Asus's site says 4GB but the manual says 2GB if anyone knows post here or PM as I would not mind 4GB RAM.) 16x Liteon DVD RW Dual Layer 450W Corsair VX PSU (Woot its decent) Old one was getting too hot. Onboard Realtek HD Audio Onboard Nvidia LAN Windows 7 64BIT RC Microsoft Basic Keyboard PS/2 I got free. Logitech M-BZ96C USB Mouse a cheap mouse which I got when I needed one urgently after the other one started smoking (No [censored] don't buy A4 tech) The machine would say USB overcurrent shutting down for protection so I tried a front USB and the smoke started pouring out of the mouse. Funny thing is I took my PC to a mates and thats where we first had the problem so we left at alone and I got it smoking at home. AOC 19" Widescreen LCD (Cheap but good) Logitech X230 Speakers Logitech Attack 3 Joystick Philips webcam (Sucks) No name Mic which is the only white thing on my PC with the stand lost (was designed to sit on CRT anyway) which also sucks. Cannon Pixima IP 3000 (It's hooked up to family PC)
Family PC: AMD Sempron 2400+ 1.67GHZ Socket A 768MB RAM with 64MB going to on board video so that means 704MB. Seagate Barracuda 9 160GB IDE HDD Main Maxtor 40GB IDE HDD Doesn't do much. No name non dual layer 8x DVD Burner which is a piece of crap. Some Asus motherboard Onboard Soundmax Audio Onboard SIS LAN 3 1/2 Floppy 300w High Power PSU 17 " Philips LCD Genius mouse to replace brand less POS Brandless keyboard. XP Home SP3 Generic Speakers This one was bought from [censored] Smith Electronics a Aussie/NZ company when they built their own PC's and it's so generic that it's not funny. But it's one of there only ones to have a black case. Random 56k Modem Router: Netgear which is white and 54mbps wireless and 100mbps wired Modem: Thompson provided by ISP and runs OK it's ADSL2+ but my location means I don't really get ADSL2+ speed though this was the best free upgrade ever as the old Dlink had [censored] filters that would limit speed to 3.5MBPS. Old Laptop: 700MHZ Pentium 3 192MB RAM 12GB HDD DVD ROM 8MB Video Really munted pcima network card (Jack of hearts trump card modem/ 10MBPS network ) with own cable which connects with a odd connector which I partially broke when i pulled it out of the laptop when it was plugged into the router in the lounge. I will prob get a basic new card as this one is just plain odd . XP PRO HP Laserjet 1200 Series printer which I don't really use which I got free. Its now in use as the pixima crapped out and we are going to be getting a basic inkjet to replace it. Bits and bobs of computer parts. Update: Sold the P3 and P4 and will make this easier to read. Update2: Got a ATI Radeon 4850 in the end and it rules. Never listed the laptop I got with the Lasejet.
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Post subject: Re: Show off your specs Posted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:01 pm
Ex OSBA Member
Joined Thu Aug 31, 2006 2:45 pm
Location in a gadda da vida
Favourite OS Longhorn 4074 & Windows 7
I don't think i posted my currents computer specs, so here they are: Board: Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS3 CPU: Intel Core2Quad Q9550 2.83GHz GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 260 896MB RAM: 2 x Kingston 2GB DDR2 800MHz HDD: 1 x Seagate Barracuda 500GB Disc drives: LG GGW-H20L External Hardware: LG Flatron L1720B + Medion 30'' TV, Logitech Media Desktop DiNovo, Seagate 1TB external HDD, old Creative 5.1 set, Creative WebCam 3 OS: Windows XP Pro + Windows 7 RTM (soon)
Server1: Board: Unknown CPU: Intel Pentium D 2.66Ghz @ 2.66Ghz GPU ATI Radeon x1650 512MB (I think) PCI-x RAM: 2x1GB Unknown (DDR II) HDD's: Sata bay 200GB SATA II Maxator, 250GB SATA II Seagate, 500GB SATA II Seagate, Fixed 1TB SATA II Western Digital. External 1TB SATA II USB Western Digital, Wireless mouse and keyboard, Dell 15 or 17" LCD.
Server2: Board: Unknown CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz @ 2.8Ghz GPU: nVidia MX 420 or 440 128MB AGP RAM: 2x 512MB Unknown (DDR I) HDD's: IDE: 80GB IDE (Unknown) 160GB IDE (Unknown) SATA 2 Port RAID Controller: 320GB SATA II