Show us your computer specs!

Saw sorc’s thread about his laptop and didn’t wanna spoil the zomglaptop frenzy
post your good/bad desktops here :smiley:

<b>Steve’s Super Awesomely Named Computer</b>!:
Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
MSI RS480M2-IL PCIE Socket 939 Motherboard
[ul][li]4GB limit on ram (PC3200)
[/li][li]SATA 150 connectors (4)
[/li][li]1 PCI x16 slot
[/li][li]Mini ATX
[/li][li]Not-so-common 24-pin power connector[/ul]
[/li]AMD Athlon 64 2.4 Ghz (3800+)
17" (Viewable) CRT Monitor (Oh yeah baby, it’s old school) OR 30" Magnavox TV Screen (Via S-Video cable)
ATI (integrated) XPRESS 200 (64mb of DDR VRAM stolen from my RAM)
ATI RAGE 700 PRO (256mb of GDDR3 memory) PCI x16 interface (Will be delivered soon)
1024mb of dual channel PC 3200 DDR memory (960 after taking out the VRAM)
Samsung Beige 52x CDRW/16x DVD-Rom
1x Seagate 40GB Serial ATA HD 7200RPM/8MB cache/S-ATA-150 interface
1x Seagate 40GB Serial ATA HD 7200RPM/8MB cache/EIDE interface (mistaken delivery)
1x PS2 hard drive :smiley: (40GB)

Windows XP Home
RAM: 1024 MB DDR2
Video Card: ATI Radeon X300 128 MB
Sound Card: Sound Blaster 16 Bit (not sure, I’m not a SC conoisseur)
Screen: 17" flat (both surface and screen)
Keyboard: with advanced function keys (Browser, Utilities and Media Player)
Mouse: optical
DVDRW+/- Double Layer Function Drive 52x32x52

HP Pavilion a700n

-AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Processor,
-80 GB 7200RPM Ultra DMA hard drive
-CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive, speed 48x32x16x48 max
-Integrated graphics with 64 MB shared video memory
-Built-in 9-in-1 memory card reader
-10/100BaseT network interface
-High speed 56k modem
-HP Internet Keyboard and scroller mouse
-Front Access USB 2.0 and FireWire ports

Not bad for $813, no?

I’ve also got an external Iomega ZIP drive and LinkSYS wireless network adapter that I’ve attached to it.

And my monitor is a piece of junk. 11"x8" and can’t handle a screen res higher than 800x600.

Gateway 510s, with some failed modifications

-Windows XP service pack 2
-Shitty, crippled Gateway OEM version of Intel 82865G motherboard (anything remotely related to aftermarket upgrades written out of BIOS and drivers :/)
-Intel Pentium 4 Hyperthreaded (socket 478) @ 2.6 GHz
-512 MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM
-80 GB SATA 7200 rpm hard disk
-Intel Extreme Graphics 2 Integrated Digital Video 16 MB, robs 48 MB of system memory (currently disabled)
-Geforce FX5200 (detects as FX5500 :/) 256 MB (Performs worse than above)
-SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio (currently disabled)
-SoundBlaster Live! LS (currently sucking, but enabled)
-Old DVD-RAM drive (burns CD-Rs @ 24x and DVD-Rs @ 2.4x)
-Saitek P880 game pad



<B>HP Compaq Presario X6000</B>
• Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
• Intel® Pentium® 4 630 w/HT Technology, 3.0GHz
• 17.0" WSXGA+ BrightView Wide Viewing (1680x1050)
• 1.25GB DDR2 SDRAM, 400 MHz (1x256MB, 1x1024MB)
• 80GB 5400 RPM Hard Drive
• DVD±RW/R & CD-RW Combo w/ Double Layer Support
• 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon™ X600
• Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 4.0
• Sony DUAL SHOCK 2 Playstation 2 controller (via USB adapter)
• 54g™ Integrated Broadcom 802.11 b/g WLAN & Bluetooth
• 12 Cell LiIon Battery


<B>Custom Build</B>
• Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2, Fedora Core 5 (dual-boot)
• AMD Athlon 64 3000+
• 1.0 GB DDR2 533 MHz memory (2x dual-channel 512MB)
• 90GB 7200 RPM Primary (Western Digital), 160GB 7200 RPM Secondary (Seagate) hard drives
• LiteON 12x DVD-ROM drive and 4x4x12 DVD±RW drive
• 256MB ATI Radeon X800 XT PCI Express video card
• ATI TV Wonder Pro
• MSI K8N Neo4/SLI mother board, w/ 2 on-board NICs (one standard, one gigabit), on-board 24-bit Sound Blaster w/ optical and coaxial audio out
• 3.5" and 5.25" floppy drives
• Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows
• Samsung 213T 21.3" LCD monitor
• Microsoft Internet Keyboard (I think this one was made c. 1996)
• Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer (c. 1999)
• SanDisk External MediaCard reader (8-in-1 card reader)

[updated 3.23.06]

My 400 Dollar computer of badacity:

  • Windows XP SP2
  • 60 MB HD
  • AMD Athlon XP 1.8 Ghz
  • 256 MB RAM
  • ATI Radeon 9100
  • Creative Sound Audigy
  • 4 or 6 USB 2.0 Ports
  • 52x24x52x CD Re-Writable Drive.

Muspelheim (Acer Travelmate 8100)
[li]Windowers XP SP2.
[/li][li]PentiumM 1.6GHz (Sonata).
[/li][li]512MB DDR2 RAM.
[/li][li]15.4" TFT, 1600x1050.
[/li][li]ATI Mobility Radeon X700.
[/li][li]60GB HDD.
[li]Windows Server 2003 SP1.
[/li][li]Pentium Xeon 2.4GHz.
[/li][li]512 DDR SDRAM.
[/li][li]40GB HDD, 60GB HDD, 120GB HDD, 3x200GB HDD.
[li]Windows Server 2003 SP1, ISA Server 2004.
[/li][li]Pentium Celeron 400MHz.
[/li][li]128MB SDRAM.
[/li][li]15GB HDD.
[li]Debian Linux 3.1, 2.4.18 XFS.
[/li][li]Pentium III 733MHz.
[/li][li]128MB SDRAM.
[/li][li]10GB HDD.
[li]Slackware Linux 8.0, 2.6.0.
[/li][li]Pentium II 233MHz.
[/li][li]190MB SDRAM RAM.
[/li][li]15GB HDD.
You were asking for it.

Case: Casemall, with 120mm air duct for the side cooler and an air purifier

Motherboard: Asus® P4GEMX 533/400MHz DDR 333/266MHz expansible up to 2GB; 4 USB; w/ onboard sound, video and LAN 3 PCI 1 AGP 4X

Processor: Intel® Celeron® 330 Box (2.66 GHz, 512 L2 cache, 400MHz FSB)

Ram: 1 GB Markvision DDR SDRAM 400 Mhz

Optical drive: CD/DVD RW LG drive

HD: 80 GB IDE Western Digital 7200 RPM with 2 MB cache

Video Card: ATI® Radeon® 9250 AGP 256MB DDR

I take it that’s your FTP server? o.o;

Ok, here comes the latest stuff in computer development.

[ul]Ubuntu Linux / Windows XP Home Edition
[li]Intel Pentium 4 1.8 GHz
[/li][li]80 GB HDD
[/li][li]256MB SD-RAM
[/li][li]nVidia GeForce3 Ti200

[ul]Windows XP Home Edition
[li]Intel Celeron 2.2 GHz
[/li][li]40 GB HDD
[/li][li]256MB DDR-RAM
[/li][li]onboard videocard

Really, the latest stuff.

<b>My PC:</b>
OS: Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 2 (5.1 - 2600)
Motherboard: Intel D925XCVLK: i925X, 800MHz FSB, 4xDDR2/533(2x), ATA/100, 4xSATA/150, 16xPCI-E, Sound, GigaLAN, ATX.
RAM: Corsair 512Mb XMS2-4200 533MHz
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 520, 2800MHz, 1024KB Cache
Graphics: ABIT RADEON X600XT 128M PCI-E
HDD: 200Gb SATA. I can’t remember which brand.

The spec for this computer (the one that upstairs) is the following :

OS: Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 2 (5.1 - 2600)
RAM: Usage: 184/255MB (72.16%)
Processor: 1-Intel P3 Celeron (Cu), 664MHz, 128KB (0% Load)
Resolution: 800x600
Graphics: Intel® 82810E Graphics Controller

Yeah, it’s outdated, but it does the job when web surfing. I have a “laptop” without a screen (it attached to a monitor right now) that about 366 mhz and some how better resolution then this thing (it has Windows 98SE). I also have a custom computer coming up soon, but it still in wishlist form (see thread in tech board for what in it).

OS: Windows 98 Second Edition
120 MB RAM
Intel Celeron II 400MHz
Resolution 1024 X 768
7.80 GB HD

…I hate you all ¬_¬

Pets PC Don’t worry about them, daddy still loves you.

No, that’s Yami. Kopp is my Domain Controller and File Server.