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11-03-2008, 11:40 PM
This computer specs are a bit odd...
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+
4GB DDR2 PC800 (generic - I forgot the name of it)
ATi Radeon HD4670 1GB
LG HD DVD/Blu Ray Combo Drive
3.5 Media Reader
COOLER MASTER eXtreme Power Plus RS-500-PCAR-A3 500W
1TB Samsung HD
Mainly use it for surfing the net and some media shit like watching the TV, music, movies... looks great on my ghetto entertainment setup :P
The sound is missing from the list since the sound I use is the onboard stuff, and my TV doesn't have HDMI audio, and I don't have a HDMI receiver, since I only have an el cheapo 2.1 receiver. Going to add a 1.5TB HDD and another optical drive (just DVD). Was going to get a 1GB 4850, but I decided against it since I don't do much PC gaming these days, so it'd be wasted money, but I REALLY wanted the features on the HD 4XXX series, and I wasn't too impressed with anything below the 4670.
I have some P4 2.5Ghz machine back home... and a laptop that is busted that I don't really care about the specs. I know it had a Turion 64 and a Geforce 7000m onboard, the display is busted.
11-04-2008, 01:13 AM
Processor Name: Dual-Core Intel Xeon
Processor Speed: 2.66 GHz
Number Of Processors: 2
Total Number Of Cores: 4
L2 Cache (per processor): 4 MB
Memory (RAM): 4 GB
Bus Speed: 1.33 GHz
NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT
256 MB RAM
Stereo and TOS-link digital in and out. Even a friggin' microphone jack since it is from the future.
Total of 1 terabyte of HDD space spanned among 3 SATA drives.
2 DVD dual layer burners. Bunch o' firewire ports (absolutely essential). A bunch o' USB 2 ports.
20" Apple Cinema display at 1680x1050.
11-04-2008, 01:27 AM
Processor: Intel C2D E8400
Memory: 2GB Crucial Ballistix 800MHz
Motherboard: Asus P5QL Pro
Storage: 400 GB HDD
Video Card: 4850
Power Supply: X-Clio 500W Goodpower
Audio: Realtek ALC 1200 HD Audio 7.1 Channels(Onboard Audio)
Pair this up with some DVD/CD Burner Combo Drive.
SEGA DEV MACHINE :
Celeron(PGA370) 1000 with 256KB of L2
512MB of PC133 SDRAMs
ATI Radeon 9200se with 128MB of DDR
Chaintech xxxx mobo with VIA Apollo133 chipset
Seagate(:/) 250GB ATA133 HDD with 16MB cache
Yamaha YMF718 sound card ( sweet stuff :D )
LG 52/32/52 CD-RW burner
Ton of USB everywhere...
Gaming Machine :
AMD 64 X2 4000+
2GB of 800MHz DDR2
nVidia 8600GT with 512MB of GDDR2
Gigabyte xxS3 mobo
Samsung 250GB SATA with 16MB of cache
Shitty Realtek onboard audio, 7.1
FireWire posts everywhere, and ton of USB
Shared resources :
Writemaster DVD-RW/RAM DualLayer whatever combo which can do lightscribe...
Fujitsu ICL keyboard something
Logitech SF-14 mouse
Samsung Syncmasyer 370BF (240p support, yay ... no 313p though)
11-04-2008, 09:36 AM
Pentium 4 Prescott 2.8GHz
some Asus motherboard. it gets the job done. something like P4P-800 SE.
360GB RAID 5 array on a Promise FastTrack SX4000 w/ 256MB ram
120GB in a separate SATA drive
500GB eSATA drive
GeForce 6600 w/ 256MB ram
19" Dell 1905FP LCD
Lite-On 20X DL DVD burner
2x Mitsumi CD burners
M-Audio Quattro USB
Chaintech VIA Envy24 sound (in addition to the Quattro)
Running XP SP3 because no other OS supports the RAID controller and Quattro
Dell Inspiron 1505
Core Duo 1.86GHz
some ATI video (2nd from high-end when I got it, can't be bothered to check right now)
Creative sound card (again, can't be bothered to look it up but it isn't the on-board crap)
DVD DL burner
60 or 80GB hdd. it's too small anyway.
Running XP SP3 because nothing else supports the Quattro.
11-04-2008, 10:54 AM
Motorola 68k 7.6 MHz, Zilog-80 3.something MHz, 320x240 resolution, 10 unlimited sound channels, 512 unlimited colours, microphone output from the future.
11-04-2008, 11:28 AM
AMD athlon 1.52 gig
768mg of ram.
40gb hard drive
and a graphics card comparable in power to the rest of it.
FEAR MY PC POWER..............ANYONE
PLEASE FEAR MY POWER....
11-04-2008, 02:03 PM
AMD 64bit 3000+
250GB HD Windows XP SP2
160GB HD Gnu/Linux
Geforce 6800 vanilla
Liteon DVD Burner
Use it for 3d animation, artwork, and gaming. It's starting to show it's age!!
12-09-2008, 03:12 PM
Not sure why I didn't post earlier. I built this computer in June/July.
Mobo: 790FX, Asus M3A-32 MVP Deluxe
CPU: AMD Phenom X4 9850 Black Edition
RAM: 4GB (2 2GB sticks) DDR2 1066, G.Skill
Video: ATI Radeon HD 3650
HD: 500GB Western Digital
Power Supply: 750W, PC Power & Cooling S75QB
Case: Antec Nine Hundred, Black Steel
OS: Windows Vista 64-bit Home Premium
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 932gw (19")
I love my computer, I just need to upgrade the video card. When I get the money, I'm buying one of these (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102768). And I'll probably kick up the RAM to 8GB at some point.
12-09-2008, 03:23 PM
My PC is a piece of shit :D.
I haven't a clue what the spec is, but i have to give it a decent kick to get it running and i have a cracked screen from when i threw the mouse at it when it was on a go slow. Keep meaning to buy a new one but i always end up buying MD games instead ;).
12-09-2008, 05:10 PM
If my motherboard supports the Phenom II processors... I'm putting in a Phenom II X4 940 3GHz come January.
I should then be good a couple of years. Nothing wrong with the current processor, but I hope its good in MAME. :D
I thought about making the pc silent, since the HD4670 fan pisses me off. Will an aftermarket cooler void the video card warrenty? If so, and it fuckes up, I'll buy that HIS 1GB 4670 to replace it. :D
12-09-2008, 05:47 PM
Every company is different when it comes to their warranty. Check the site and see whats up. If a Phenom II is what you're getting you better overclock that S.O.B.
12-09-2008, 05:49 PM
I have a Sapphire HD4670 1GB that I LOVE dearly, but the fan is soooo loud and the fan control in the updated drivers is really hit or miss.
I saw the Phenom II's where up to 6GHz... impressive. But I just want something to whip ass in MAME. Plus I have an AM2+ Mobo and DDR2 800 ram.
12-09-2008, 06:34 PM
Use Rivatuner, problem solved.
I'd rather buy a GFX card with Silentpipe cooler, then attach a big fan running on 5V there. huge heatsink + big fan = quiet awesomness !!!
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