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    Default List your Computer Specs

    i'll start w/ mine:

    Ubuntu PC:
    3.4 GHz i3
    Intel HD 2000
    6 GB RAM
    1 TB HDD

    Macbook:
    2.4 Core 2 Duo
    Integrated Nvidia GeForce 320M
    4 GB RAM
    250 GB HDD

    iMac:
    3.4 i7 Quadcore
    AMD Radeon HD 6970M with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory
    8 GB of RAM
    2 TB HDD & 256GB SSD

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    Dell Optiplex 745 Desktop
    Processor: Pentium D Dual Core 3.4Ghz (4mb cache)
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Ubuntu 12.04
    Graphics Card: Intel® 965Q x86/MMX/SSE2
    RAM: 2GB RAM
    HDD: 80gig SATA Drive

    Not had it that long, but I plan to upgrade it when I can.

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    Pc

    Here's Mine:

    Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (2.2Ghz)
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP Pro
    RAM: 2GB DDR RAM
    Graphics Card 1: Nvidia GTS 250
    Graphics Card 2: Nvidia 7800 GTX
    HDD 1: 500GB
    HDD 2: 1.5TB
    HDD 3: 2.0TB
    HDD 4: 1.0TB
    Monitor 1: Dell S2409W 24 Inch (1920x1024)
    Monitor 2: Dell ST2220T 22 Inch Touchscreen (1920x1024)
    Monitor 3: AG Neovo F-419 19 Inch (1280x1024)

    The main stuff (mobo,cpu,PSU) was bought in October 2005 and been adding on ever since

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    I think I've done this before here, recently even. But here we go again, mainly because I'm trying to convince myself to upgrade something.

    HTPC:
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit and XP x86 dual boot
    Asus M2V
    Athlon X2 6400+
    Radeon HD 4850 1GB
    6GB RAM
    1 SATA hard drive at 160 GB
    2 SATA Hard drives at 1GB each
    HD-DVD, Bluray, DVD-R combo player

    Office PC (Former Mamebox):
    Windows XP x86 and x64 dual boot.
    Asus K8U-X
    Athlon 64 3200+
    Radeon HD 3850 AGP
    2GB RAM
    1 Sata HDD at 160GB
    1 Sata HDD at 1 TB
    DVD R/W

    Toshiba Satellite U305:
    Intel Dual Core 1.73 Ghz
    Intel crap GPU
    2GB RAM

    I take some solace that all of my machines are more powerful than the wife's Toshiba Mini, my brand new HTC smart phone, or even a brand new Asus Transformer Prime tablet. Also, if I were to upgrade the Office PC to replace the HTPC with a quad core or better and a new video card I doubt it would approach $300. Then I can certainly sell the old CPU, AGP Radeon HD card and RAM to make some of that up. Yup, I'm getting more convinced as things go along.
    "... If Sony reduced the price of the Playstation, Sega would have to follow suit in order to stay competitive, but Saturn's high manufacturing cost would then translate into huge losses for the company." p170 Revolutionaries at Sony.

    "We ... put Sega out of the hardware business ..." Peter Dille senior vice president of marketing at Sony Computer Entertainment

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    Windows XP Pro SP3
    1.6 GHz Intel C2D (6MB cache, 0.85v)
    Nvidia GeForce 8400 PCIE
    SoundBlaster Live 5.1 PCI
    4GB 800MHz DDR2
    32GB SSD HD


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    Manufacturer: ASUS
    Model: CM1630
    Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (64-bit) - Originally Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
    Audio: VIA HD VT1708S Onboard Sound (ASUS Custom) (8 channels of sound output, Stereo mixer (find it odd most sound cards don't have this feature now-a-days, but this onboard sound solution does) for recording sound from the sound card, headphone) (192KHz 24-bit analog out discrete 7.1 with optional sub redirection), SPDIF (48 KHz 24-bit, Stereo) and HDMI (96 KHz 16-bit Stereo)
    Video: ATI Radeon 3000 onboard graphics (VGA, HDMI)
    RAM: 4 GB installed (16 max)
    CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 220 Processor, 2800 Mhz, 2 Cores, 2 Logical Processors
    DVD Multi-burner (SATA)
    1 TB Hard Drive (SATA)
    Etherent port
    One lagecy PS/2 port
    USB 2.0
    SD Card reader
    PCI Express 16x
    PCI Express 1x
    2 PCI slots
    Warenity Sticker (missing )
    Last edited by Chibisteven; 05-16-2012 at 04:57 PM.

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    Compaq Deskpro
    "Designed for Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional / Windows 98"

    OS: Win XP (I've also run Ubuntu alongside Win XP)

    Pentium III

    RAM is maxed out at 768 mb

    80 gig internal hard drive (Originally it was 30 gig IIRC)

    500 gig external hard drive

    Installed a sweet CD/DVD burner & player

    Two USB-1 ports (with multi-ports to make 9 USB ports total)

    HP Photosmart C4680 printer / scanner / copier, with a touchscreen

    Wireless Logitech keyboard & mouse (wooden computer desk has a built-in mouse pad on the shelf that slides in & out). Wireless Logitech game controller but I lost the receiver when I moved.

    80 gig iPod Classic (the best of the clickwheel models) and iTunes

    The tower lays flat on my desk, solid steel casing, with a huge boxy monitor sitting on top, with giant plants sitting on top of the monitor.

    Also it runs as fast as lightning.

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    If there is computers I won't get, it's HP and Compaq systems (the lack of upgradablity and cheap ass hardware that breaks quite often). They put extreme low-end in the word budget computer for overpriced garbage that's as much as a mid-range computer.

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    I'll add Dell to that list since everyone i've known thats had one had to replace it within a year.

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    Cyberpower PC
    Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz 3.60 GHz (That's the way it's written in control panel, but I'm not sure why there are 2 frequencies listed)
    8.00GB RAM
    2TB SATA III 6GB/S 7200RPM 64MB CACHE 3.5" HDD
    40GB INTEL 320 SATA 2.5INCH SATA SSD
    Windows 7 64-bit OS

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    Processor: Motorola 68000 16/32-bit processor @ 7.67 MHz (MC68HC000, CMOS version)
    Co-processor: Zilog Z80 8-bit @ 3.58 MHz
    Video display processor Yamaha YM7101, derivative of the VDP from the Sega Master System
    Memory: 64K work RAM (68000), 64K video RAM, 8K work RAM (Z80)
    Display palette: 512 colors (3:3:3 RGB)
    Onscreen colors: 64 (normal) or 183 (shadow/highlight mode)
    Maximum onscreen sprites: 80 (320-pixel wide display) or 64 (256-pixel wide display)
    Resolution: 256×224, 256×448, 320×224, 320×448, (PAL and NTSC) 256×240, 256×480, 320×240, 320×480 (PAL only), 256×192 (SMS games only)
    Sound: Yamaha YM2612 5 channel FM and 1 channel FM/PCM, Texas Instruments SN76489 4 channel PSG (Programmable Sound Generator)

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    MacBook
    -2 GHz Core 2 Duo
    -Intel GMA 950
    -3 GB RAM
    -500 GB Western Digital HD (originally came with a 160 GB drive)
    -Mac OS X 10.6.8

    DOS/Windows 95 rig
    -133 MHz Pentium 1
    -Intel Advanced/ML (Marl) motherboard
    -STB Velocity 128 (4 MB RAM)
    -Sound Blaster Pro 2
    -128 MB RAM
    -2 GB Seagate HD
    -MS-DOS 6.22/Windows 95

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    Quote Originally Posted by profholt82 View Post
    Cyberpower PC
    Intel Core i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz 3.60 GHz (That's the way it's written in control panel, but I'm not sure why there are 2 frequencies listed)
    could be the frequency it clocks up to when Turbo boost kicks in. though you could always check out Intels site or look up a review that give you that sorta info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheath View Post
    2 SATA Hard drives at 1GB each
    I didn't know they made SATA drives that incredibly small.

    Also, in response to Quick Sci-Fi's table (I didn't now you could do tables on the forum, awesome) there's no reason why a Genesis game can't have a resolution of 256x192. Just draw black or colored blank space for the unused lines.

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