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PostSubject: Computer Hardware Specs   Tue Dec 30, 2008 2:49 pm

Simple thread to share computer specs for the purpose of comparison and see what others are running!

My Rig

-Vista 32bit SP1
-Core 2 Duo 2.20GHz (My Bottleneck, Update Coming In Spring)
-3Gb DDR2 dual channel ram
-EVGA GeForce GTX 280 Superclocked Edition, 1GB GDDR3 new
-24" Acer LCD monitor
-Audigy X-Fi Xtreme audio card
-Sony DVD+/-R/W/RAM/Labelflash
-Modded case with 3 80mm Blue LED cooling fans new
-Ultra X3 600w PSU new
-2 SATA HD's=700GB

Cheers,

Lorin Basketball


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PostSubject: Re: Computer Hardware Specs   Tue Dec 30, 2008 5:05 pm

My Humble Rig :-

  • Windows XP : SP3. Build 2600.
  • X86 : 2932 MHz : Updated.
  • Physical Ram : 2.048 MB's, 2 Gigs.
  • Sound: Realtek High Definition, Digital.
  • Primary Graphics : ATI Sapphire 1650 Pro @ 256 MB's GDDR3 memory X 16 lane 32 bit bus : 12 pixel shader, HD display.
  • Secondary Graphics : ATI Radeon X1650 Series @ 256 MB's
  • ATI Catalyst converter
  • ATI Avivo
  • Monitor : Samsung SyncMaster 713 BM, Digital with Magic Tune, Magic Bright and Magic Speed.

That's it, new power pack recently installed, giving 10 minute backup power in-case of mains power failure. Just enough time to save what your working on Laughing Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Computer Hardware Specs   Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:54 pm

Here is mine:

windows home XP
AMD 64Processor, 2,4g
1024ram
Video card 6800 Nvidia card

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PostSubject: Re: Computer Hardware Specs   Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:56 pm

scorpio48 wrote:
My Humble Rig :-

  • Windows XP : SP3. Build 2600.
  • X86 : 2932 MHz : Updated.
  • Physical Ram : 2.048 MB's, 2 Gigs.
  • Sound: Realtek High Definition, Digital.
  • Primary Graphics : ATI Sapphire 1650 Pro @ 256 MB's GDDR3 memory X 16 lane 32 bit bus : 12 pixel shader, HD display.
  • Secondary Graphics : ATI Radeon X1650 Series @ 256 MB's
  • ATI Catalyst converter
  • ATI Avivo
  • Monitor : Samsung SyncMaster 713 BM, Digital with Magic Tune, Magic Bright and Magic Speed.

That's it, new power pack recently installed, giving 10 minute backup power in-case of mains power failure. Just enough time to save what your working on Laughing Laughing
Cheers
Pete.

That 10 minute backup sounds like a good idea, I may look into one! Basketball

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PostSubject: Re: Computer Hardware Specs   Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:34 pm

lornyk5 wrote:


That 10 minute backup sounds like a good idea, I may look into one! Basketball

Lorin

Hi Lorin,
Its not the main power pack that supplies your computer, its a battery powered device that sits between your mains outlet and your computer. The battery will recharge once normal power is restored, but they recommend changing the battery every year, whether used or not. Similar to a cell phone I guess. Fortunately, mine has never been tested, no power failure, at least not while I was using the computer. There are two small lights visible. Green OK, Red, battery needs replacing.
I bought mine from the Bargain Bin at a small local computer store, it was only 25.00, so if it does work its worth the money. I haven't checked, but they must be available on the Web
NEWS-FLASH::::: I just turned my main switch off from the power socket, Apart from a very slight flicker, I'm still typing, so it does work. I've been meaning to do that for a while, keep forgetting until now.
Catch you later
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PostSubject: Re: Computer Hardware Specs   Tue Jan 13, 2009 2:06 pm

Mines in my sig, but for reference (and a little more detail):

  • Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium; SP1; 32 Bit
  • Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Q6600 (2.40 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB, 8 MB cache)
  • 3072 MB 667 MHz Dual-Channel DDR2 SDRAM (2-1024 MB moduals & 2-512 MB modules)
  • 1000 GB 7200rpm Serial ATA II/300 hard drive w/ 16 MB cache & Raid 0 (2-500 GB hard drives)
  • Gateway 24" Widescreen High Definition Performace LCD Display
  • Creative Sound Blaster X-FI XtremeAudio PCI-E Card
  • Intel 975X Chipset with DDR2 Support and Intel Core Dou support
  • 700 watt power supply
  • 16X Super MFDVDRW/DVD-RAM+/-R Double Layer
  • Logitech X240 2.1 Speakers
  • 3.00 MB RAM
  • ATI Radeon X1950 CrossFire soultion w/512MB GDDR4 memory DVI w/HDCP, VGA (via adapter)


Basicly thats all I know.

Cheers,
Adam What a Face


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PostSubject: Re: Computer Hardware Specs   Mon Jan 26, 2009 9:38 am

Just updated my rig with a few new toys!
(Check first post)

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