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Welcome to the thread, here you will post your computer specs:

 

Desktop/Laptop

Operating System (If is Vista include user experience, if XP include your Service packs)

Processor

Graphic Card

RAM/DDR/others

Space

Monitor

Sound

Internet specs (speed, etc)

Drives

Your opinions, etc (How did you get it?, do you feel good with it?, etc.)

 

I will choose the most powerfull PC's from the GTA forums community, I will give them an awesome signature (sorry, but my PC really burned my money)

 

Her are my computer specs

 

 

Gateway Desktop

Windows Vista Ultimate (User Experience 5.1)

Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 Processor

512MB NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX

4GB RAM Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM @ 667mhz

1Terabyte RAID0 SATA HDDs (2x500GB)

48x Combo + 16x DVD+/-RW Double Layer Burner

HP 15" Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor

Full 5.1 Surround Sound

Broadband Internet (1 MB)

Blu-ray/DVD/SD/MMC/SM/MS/MS-PRO/CF/MICRODRIVE/xD Drives

 

I read an article that encouraged me to have a "superb" computer, so I bought it part by part *This burned my wallet*

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It looks like you're going to make your own signature, then! tounge.gif

 

•Custom desktop

•Windows XP Pro

•AMD Athlon 3500+

•256MB nVIDIA GeForce 7900GT

•1GB DDR 400 PC3200

•150GB

•Acer 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor

•2 Speakers lol?

•DSL

•1 DVD-RW

 

Personally, upgrading your computer is the dumbest and most pointless thing ever. You'll never have top of the line. And when you do, two weeks later something new that's 200 dollars more comes out.

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  • Custom Built Desktop 4years old atleast
  • Windows XP Pro SP2
  • Pentium 4 2.4ghz Non-HT
  • 512mb Nvidia 6800XT AGP OC:420mhz core/900mhz memory
  • 1x512mb PC2100, 1x128mb PC2100-640mb total
  • 290gb in total before formatting etc., 40gb master 2 partions, 250gb slave. Both maxtors. internal(as of now, adding in another 4 (scored a card today) for possibly an RAID 0+1 setup for photos, also have about 500gb external, will change as soon as I create a file sharing PC with an old PC I found. Looking possibly for a SATA card and then to upgrade to some nice Raptors harddrives.
  • Acer 1680x1050 22" LCD (AL2216W) and IBM 1600x1200 CRT 19"
  • 5.1 speaker Logitech X530's. looking to upgrade to Z5500 digital.

    Sony MDR-7502 Headphones

    Sound Blaster Live 24bit (upgrading to X-FI soon)

  • Currently Roadrunner (3mbps download, 768kbps upload) Looking to upgrade to Verizon Fios (Fiber Optics) 15mbps download, 2mbps upload. Same price.
  • 2 Lite-On 16x Dvd-R,RW,DL,+ burners. One is light scribe enable and Dvd-Ram capable
  • Logitech MX518 mouse and ALLSOP metal mousepad
  • Ideazon Zboard Keyboard-Hotswapable keyboard with many different keysets aimed at gaming.
I love this PC, it has served me really well. Over the years I have upgraded what I can and will move on to a newer system soon. It still games great and is good for watching HD movies and such.
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TenaciousD.

Packard Bell Desktop

Windows Media Centre Edition

Intel Pentium D Processor

512mb nVIDIA GeForce 7300 SE

1GB RAM

19" monitor

Speakers that came with PC

2.2Meg Broadband

DVD Drive

Good.

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Fozzy Fozborne

IBuyPower Gamer-FX

 

Desktop

Windows XP Home SP2 (Eagerly awaiting a stable Vista that runs all XP's games)

[AM2] AMD 4200X2+ 2.2GHz

Asus M2N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard

eVGA 7900GT 256 MB

2 GB Corsair XMS2 DDR-2 800

300 GB Samsung SATA2 HDD

Dell M991 19" (yes, old I know I need a new one)

SoundMAX 8 Channel onboard

Logitech X-540 Speakers (these rock!)

Comcast 12/6 Mbps with Powerboost

16x Sony DVD-ROM/16x Samsung DVD-RW with Lightscribe

12-in-one card reader

Silver NZXT Apollo Case

Logitech MediaPlay mouse (highly recommended)

Some crappy Dell keyboard from my old computer

 

Thoughts:

This thing is unbelievably powerful... it powers through CS Source with at least 250 frames per second. HL2 Episode always runs at a steady 75 FPS (frame limiter on).

 

Got an AMAZING deal on it because IBP had a $200 off coupon on top of the $500 off newegg's price.

 

I love it, had it for 8 months. I did have 2 problems with it, the hard drive died the first day (damaged in shipping, I think) and the gfx card had to be replaced due to a bad voltage regulator, which was a bummer. Also, people are always very impressed by how good it looks with the sweet blue fans and stuff.

 

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SIP YEK NOD

custom built 2 years ago

 

-A64 [email protected](1.8 stock)

-1gb pc3200@500mhz, 2-3-3-5 timings

-gigabyte k8nsc-939 mobo

-6800gt@410/1170(350/1000 stock)

-3x250gb internal drives, 1x500gig external

-LG external dvd burner

-shaw cable internet 25 down /1 up

-protron 37" LCD main monitor, samsung 42" plasma secondary monitor

-logitec S510 keyboard/remote

-Logitech cordless optical trackman, a real mans mouse

-sound goes through a harmon/kardon avr235 7.1 surround sound receiver to 4 185w max sony 3-way speakers, 120w sony center channel speaker. powered 140w sony sub.

 

the computer itself is lagging behind. within a couple months i might build a new one, but i am not 100% on that. my computer still does its job, i guess.

 

 

HP 15" Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor

do they even make screens that small? notify.gif

 

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Whitebox Desktop PC

Windows XP Home SP2

Intel Core 2 Duo E6300

Nvidia Geforce 7600gt

2GB Corsair XMS DDR2 Platinum HS Edition

Western Digital 160GB

Viewsonic 19'' Widescreen

Creative X-Fi Xtrememusice, Creative 7.1 Surround Sound 90watts Speakers

DSL - 3mb download/400kb upload

HP 16x DVD Drive and 48x CD drive/burner

ECS motherboard with a cheap VIA chipset

 

I wish my motherboard was PCI-E so i could get a new videocard. sad.gif

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dertyjerzian

Desktop

 

Windows XP Pro SP2/Ubuntu 6.10

 

Processor = Celeron D 356 3.33

 

Graphic Card (downfall of my box) 64MB NV Geforce MX 440

 

2GB Dual Channel Ultra DDR2

 

250 GB Seagate Barracuda @ 7200rpm

 

Monitor 15 inch 1996 IBM CRT

 

Sound Integrated AC97 on p23g board

 

Internet specs 16000 down 385 up

 

Drives = the usual

 

Built it, first build, boot on the first power up icon14.gif

 

My computer is the sh*t, but my graphics card is sh*t.

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Custom Desktop

XP Pro SP2

Amd Athlon 3200+

XFX 7600GT XXX Edition

1 GB PC3200 PNY

WD 250GB with 16MB Cache

Samsung SyncMaster730B 17"

Creative Audigy II with Cyber Acoustics Surround Sound System

Qwest.net 1.5Mbps

Some cheap ass generic DVD drive

 

It's alright. Thats about all that I can say. My CPU is the thing that is holding me back. I am upgrading to an Opty 165 in a few weeks though.

 

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Laptop

Operating System: Mac OS X (10.4.9)

Processor: 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (667MHz FSB / 4MB L2 Cache)

Graphic Card: Intel GMA 950

RAM: 1024MB 667MHz DDR2

Space (lol): 80GB internal / 500GB external

Monitor: 13.3" widescreen @ 1280x800

Sound: Headphones

Drives: 6x slot-loading SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)

Your opinions: Click me.

 

Uhh.. As far as internet speed goes, very fast. I got bumped to the fastest internet because I have cable TV and telephone through the company, so they gave me the VIP package. Instead of all the premium channels or free long distance, I choose the fastest internet they offer for home use. My speeds range between 950-1200kbps download, but sadly my upload is capped at around 60kbps. Downloading a MB per second is sick though.

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HP 15" Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor

do they even make screens that small? notify.gif

 

 

Monitor: 13.3" widescreen @ 1280x800

 

Do they even make screens that small? notify.gif

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dertyjerzian

hey, thats not really a laptop, its a tablet, made to resemble 8X11 paper!

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Desktop

Windows Vista Ultimate RC 1 and XP sp3 (Custom wink.gif)

AMD Athlon XP 2600+ at 400fsb (In other words, 3200+)

nVidia 6800GS AGP 512Mb (480/1100)

OEM 1Gb DDR400 Ram

80Gb drive for Windows and Programs, One 200Gb for Storage and one 256Mb for My MP3s

17' LCD from 04, without DVI (RAWR!!!) and non Widescreen @ 1204x1028

2.2 System (Old Speakers that can't work with anythig but Bass as Subwoofers

256Kbs Broadband with Bigpond, 10Gbs then shaped to 64kbs

16x LG DVD RAM with Lightscribe Technology.

I brought most of it at iStore in Melbourne , then I upgraded it, only the WIndows Drive is Stock, I <3 this computer, it can play SA at full settings at 30fps, when nonoverclocked inlove.gif

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From the Dark Engine mIRC script (few things edited/added)...

  • OS: WinXP Home Edition 5.1 SP2 (Build #2600)
  • CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3200+, 2.01 GHz, 512KB
  • Video: NVIDIA GeForce 6200 (1280x1024x32bpp 60Hz)
  • Monitor: CMV CT-726D 17" LCD
  • Sound: Realtek AC97 Audio
  • Memory: 512MB DDR
  • HD: Samsung SP1203N (C: = 48.7/60.0GB D: = 48.3/51.7GB Total: 111.80 GB)
  • CD/DVD: TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H55U (CD/DVD Writer)
  • Connection: Marvell Yukon Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000Base-T Adapter, Copper RJ-45 - Packet Scheduler Miniport @ 100.0 Mbps

    -- Internet Speed is FLS/128k according to the ISP, feels like 2MB down (River plan on Xnet ($33.95 monthly) managed data usage (10GB cap))

Got it made by an independent company a couple of years ago who soon shut down confused.gif. Edited by Simon.
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Custom Built PC

 

CPU: AMD Athlon X2 4800+ (Dual Core 2.4ghz/core)

Ram: 1gb Performance DDR2

HDD: 400gb (320gb SATAII, 80gb IDE)

Audio: 7.1 High Def Audio

Monitor: 17" LCD with 2ms response

Optical: Generic DVD R+/R- RW drive

Broadband: 10mb/s Connection

Motherboard: KNI SLI Platinum

Graphics: 256MB nVidia GeForce 7600GT (256MB Inno3D GeForce 7600GT)

OS: XP Sp2,

 

Adding Vista Ultimate X64 edition soon, as well as Ubuntu.

 

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mine sucks confused.gif

 

1.6 p4

512 mb ram

256 mb geforce 6200

80 gb hard disc

17''philips 107 s6

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Desktop

Linux 2.6.* (Currently going between distros, probably either Debian 4 or Ubuntu Dapper by the end of the night)

AMD AthlonXP 2600+

Nvidia Geforce2Mx400

1 GB PC2700 DDR

Accumulative 200 GB (Largest contiguous volume: 80 gb)

Creative SoundBlaster Live

 

f*ckin' old school, there are 9 year old componets in this beast.

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Your boxes pwn mine. Oh well:

 

Desktop

 

XP SP2

 

Intel P4 2.45GHz

 

GeForce4 MX440

 

1GB DDR RAM

 

71GB

 

19" LCD Hanns G

 

5.1 Creative Surround

 

2.2mbps BT Broadband

 

DVD Re-writer, CD Drive

 

It was "custom" built from a friend of my brothers, about 2 years ago. I'm planning on upgrading in the near future, with my main plans being:

 

2GB DDR2 RAM

AGP/PCI-E Mobo

500GB HDD

ATi x1950 512mb pro

Antec 900 Gaming case

 

Possibly 2.4GHz Duo Core, overclocked a little too biggrin.gif

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Skyline_Mad

Mines not all that good, not good enough to win thats for sure:

 

Custom Desktop

Windows XP Pro SP2

 

AMD Athlon XP 2000+ (1.7GHz)

Asus A7N8X-X Motherboard

1.5GB RAM @ 400MHz (PC3200) (crucial memory)

GeForce FX5600 128MB (MSI)

Seagate 250GB HDD (Master) (can only get 130GB to show, any ideas?) + Maxtor 160GB HDD (Slave) (Risky Accessing it, has a virus)

^So in other words, i only have 130GB of 410GB working^

Creative SoundBlaster Live 24Bit External Soundcard

Creative Labs 5.1 Speakers (Inspire P5800)

2MB Broadband Over a Network (i'm connected to my dads PC)

Floppy Drive that doesn't work (who uses them anymore anyway lol)

AG Neovo 17" TFT Monitor (think AG Neovo is a sister company to LG)

Pioneer DVD-RW + Sony DVD-RW (sony drive works, but has some trouble playing videos/DVDs)

Logitech MX518 Gaming Optical Mouse

Saitek Eclipse II Keyboard (Cool backlight in 3 different colours, shine through laser cut keys)

Ligitech Cordless RumblePad 2 (Perfect for SAMP)

iPod (where i store most of my music, rest of it is on the critical HDD)

 

If i wasn't getting a PS3 i would upgrade, but as ive just spent £600 HDTV, i want to put it too good use, so a next gen console would be perfect for it.

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Ouch all these lovely specs make me cry, my computer is well old, blown up twice and have been rebuilt a few times. Still old though, sadly haven't got the money to keep upgrading. Ah well here goes.

 

Desktop

 

•Windows XP Pro SP2, Windows Vista Ultimate

•AMD Athlon 2000 XP

•786 MB DDR Ram, 1 X 512MB PC2700, 1 X 256 PC2000

•Western Digital Caviar 120GB [XP]

•Seagate 40GB [Vista]

•Maxtor 40GB [Music, DL]

•Nvidia Geforce 6200 256MB

•Creative Sound Blaster Live! 24bit (they won't make vista drivers for this!)

•Creative Inspire 5.1 Speakers

•Acer 17" AL1711 flatscreen

•DigiMate 15" flatscreen

•Belkin Wireless Keyboard

•Sweex Optical Mouse

•16MB Boardband

 

Laptop

 

•Mac OS X Tiger 10.4

•G4 Processor

•512 MB Ram

•128 MB Ati Mobile

 

Meh crappy desktop specs... sad.gif

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.::GTAlord::.

 

Ouch all these lovely specs make me cry, my computer is well old, blown up twice and have been rebuilt a few times. Still old though, sadly haven't got the money to keep upgrading. Ah well here goes.

 

Desktop

 

•Windows XP Pro SP2, Windows Vista Ultimate

•AMD Athlon 2000 XP

•786 MB DDR Ram, 1 X 512MB PC2700, 1 X 256 PC2000

•Western Digital Caviar 120GB [XP]

•Seagate 40GB [Vista]

•Maxtor 40GB [Music, DL]

•Nvidia Geforce 6200 256MB

•Creative Sound Blaster Live! 24bit (they won't make vista drivers for this!)

•Creative Inspire 5.1 Speakers

•Acer 17" AL1711 flatscreen

•DigiMate 15" flatscreen

•Belkin Wireless Keyboard

•Sweex Optical Mouse

•16MB Boardband

 

Laptop

 

•Mac OS X Tiger 10.4

•G4 Processor

•512 MB Ram

•128 MB Ati Mobile

 

Meh crappy desktop specs...  sad.gif

2 operating systems?

I think you use a virtual console, since I got 2 operating systems: XP Pro SP2 and Linux (in my Vista Virtual Console)

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Desktop

 

windows XP SP2

AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3500+ 2.2Ghz

1024MB Ram

Nvidia GeForce 7600GT 256MB

160GB SATA HDD

2 speakers + 80W Sub

19' LCD Flat Panel AGP Dell Monitor

Logitech Mouse & Keyboard

1.5MB DSL

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Suction Testicle Man

/me thinks topic poster just got new PC and wants to show off tounge.gif

 

3.61Ghz P4 Prescott

2gb ddr2 pc3200 ram

Vast array of hard drives all over the place

Can't remember my motherboard - some Asus thing, not special

BFG 7800GTX 512mb OC

 

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sh*tty mod jobs in ancient IBM cases ftw cool.gif

If at first you don't succeed, you fail, and the test will be terminated.

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iamdigitalman

my specs pwn:

 

DESKTOP

 

Blue and White Power Macintosh G3 (1999 model)

400mhz PowerPC G3

512mb PC100 (4x128mb) ram

120gb Seagate 7200RPM HD

Samsung SM-308B CD-RW/DVD-ROM drive

ATI Rage 128 16mb gfx card

4+1 (4 external, 1 internal) USB 2.0 PCI card using an NEC chipset, some no name brand.

Mac OS X 10.4.9

Dell ES-17 17" CRT 1152x870. I want to get a 19" LCD.

 

seriously, I don't need alot of speed for what I do. 400mhz gets me by just fine. Just wish I had a few more USB ports. And i'd like a PCI ATA100 card to make my hard drive really fly. internal bus is ATA33.

 

btw, my boot time is 27 seconds. that's from the chime to login window.

 

AMF 4ever. -digital wink.gif

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Custom built desktop.

 

Windows XP Professional. 2002 edition with service pack 2.

 

AMD Athlon 64 X2 overclocked to 2.5GHZ.

 

Nvidia 7300GS running at 512MB.

 

1GB DDR2 RAM.

 

1 250GB maxtor harddrive, 1 80GB Seagate Barracuda and 1 80GB IBM Desk-star. (Known as the 'Death-star)

 

A Packard Bell 17 inch CRT Monitor. I have actually bought a tft 19 Inch widescreen off ebay today. lol.

 

Two speakers..but give good quality.

 

I run a belkin 128g off a wireless network connected to my dads computer. Bloosy fast though.

 

1 Liteon DVD Rewriter.

 

Built it only recently on a budget of 300 pounds. Seeing it cost so little I am very impressed with the speed of it. It runs most games at full pelt with hardly no lag at all. <3 it. happy.gif

user posted image

 

mod it with Nitrous Oxide and chassis dyno.
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Fozzy Fozborne

Here's mine: user posted image

user posted image

 

Funny how the CPU fan isn't spinning in either of those pictures cry.gif

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Desktop-Custom Built

Operating System-Windows XP SP2

Processor-Intel P4 3.2Ghz

Graphic Card-XFX Nvidia Geforce 8800GTX 512MB

RAM/DDR/others-2GB DDR2

Space-500GB

Monitor-19"

Sound-X-fi Sound Blaster

Internet specs (speed, etc)-Cable

Drives-Dual Layer

 

Yeah it cost me a lot of money.

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