Post your PC specs and ask questions.

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by lesfleanut, Dec 28, 2002.

  1. lesfleanut

    lesfleanut Guest

    Sep 25, 2001
    Syracuse N.Y.
    Alright, I haven’t seen this done in a while.This is a thread to find out what kind of machine the next guy is running, and maybe even get a little PC support from the techies. :D

    My Current PC specs

    Operating System = Windows XP Professional. I’m eventually going to dual boot Linux

    Motherboard = Leadtek Winfast K7NCR18D-PRO, | 333 FSB | Nforce2 SPP + Nforce2 MCP-T Chipset | Up to 3GB or DDR RAM | AGP 8X

    CPU = AMD Athlon XP 1700+ 1.47 GHz with Thermaltake high performance heat sink and fan. Over Clocking will commence shortly. ;)

    GFX = NVIDIA GeForce 4 TI 4200

    Memory = 512MB DDR-RAM

    HDD = Two 20GB Western Digital Caviar 7200RPM HDD’s

    Soundcard = Old SB Live! Card (switching to onboard 5.1 surround when I get the cables)

    Case = Antec Performance Plus series case

    Drives = Pioneer 16x DVD-ROM drive, TDK CD-RW drive, Generic 3.5 Inch Floppy

    Speakers = Cambridge SoundWorks 5.1 surround speakers

    Monitor = 19 Inch KDS monitor.

    Future Upgrades

    Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Platinum

    Case mods.

    Trade out my current RAM for two sticks of CORSAIR MEMORY XMS 512MB 64MX64 PC-3200C2PT With Platinum - Silver Heat Spreader. Altogether I will have 1024GB of RAM.

    I guess building your own PC’s has its advantages. hehe…

    Anyways, post away guys. I’m interested in seeing what you guys are running. :)
  2. OS - Win 2k Pro
    Mobo - Anaheim 3
    CPU - Celeron 766
    GFX - Geforce 2 MX440
    RAM - 128MB
    HDD - 20 GB
    Sound - Intel AC97 Codec
    Case - Emachines
    Drives - 12x10x32 CDRW, 3 1/2 floppy
    Speakers - ?
    Monitor - Envision 17" flat

    If I upgrade: AMD Athlon XP 2000+, KT333 mobo, 512MB DDR2700 RAM, Geforce 4, etc...
  3. hmmm....

    my main pc's current specs(keeps changing) are:

    Windows XP
    can't remember what mobo
    AMD Athlon 1800XP+ 1,53ghz
    256mb DDR RAM @ 333mhz (gonna upgrade ASAP)
    32mb Geforce2 AGP card(also gonna upgrade ASAP)
    64mb Geforce2 PCI card
    some cheapo 10/100 network adapter
    Hauppauge TV-in card
    16x DVDrom
    16x8x40x CDRW
    floppy drive
    80GB WD hdd
    17GB Maxtor hdd
    really nice and cheap speakers (2.1)
    15" HP L1520 LCD monitor
    17" Smile monitor

    I think that's about it... but that's just one system, I'm currently on a 400mhz PII with a 17" monitor, and also have a 633 mhz celeron with two 14" monitors(haven't decided what to do with that one yet).

    and, yes, it has it's advantages making your own pc. but it also has it's disadvantages of always wanting to upgrade it, and of course, always getting asked by other people: "Can you fix my computer?". it can really drive a man nuts! that's why I'm getting thinkgeek's "No, I will not fix your computer" t-shirt. :)

    and, yes, I'm a geek. :p
  4. James Hart

    James Hart

    Feb 1, 2002
    Endorsing Artist: see profile
    I've got 8 machines running currently. from MacOS to Linux to Solaris to Windows...

    My main workstation is:
    ECS K7S5A mobo
    Duron 900
    256 DDR
    ABIT gf2 32mb
    onboard sound and nic
    yamaha 2.1 speakers
    Lite On 40x 12x 48x CDR-w
    maxtor 7200rpm 15GB
    maxtor 5400rpm 40GB

    it's about 13 months old and starting to feel it. the sound video and cpu are on the upgrade list.
  5. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    my system i'm building right now is:

    Athlon XP 1800+ (stock clock for now)
    Gigabyte GA-7VAXP board
    512mb Samsung PC2700 ram
    15GB Maxtor
    120GB WD Special edition
    ATi Radeon 7500 LE
    Antec PS and case

    might dual boot with SUSE, might not. no idea right now, i'll wait to get it running before getting fancy-pants.

    the system i'm on right now is:
    Celeron 466 (stole it out of my girlfriends dead comp last nite - old CPU was a 433)
    256mb pc100
    15GB maxtor (going to the new comp)
    HP 16x burner (same)
    2x NIC's for internet sharing with my laptop

    it's getting stripped and given to my girlfriend because her computer just died. not sure how much longer this one's gonna live though, it's getting a bunch of weird voltage readings in SANDRA. like, my 3.3v is reading .02v, but that can't be right - i just replaced the PS with a known good one. also reading 149* F board temp. also incorrect.

    laptop is:
    Gateway Solo 2150
    Celeron 400
    160mb pc133 (it HAS a 256 stick in there but wont recognize it :mad: )
  6. Ok, I have an Athlon XP 1900, a geforce 4 mx 440 video card, a Turtle bech Santa cruz sound card, 512 mb DDR (PC-2700) Ram.
  7. moley


    Sep 5, 2002
    Hampshire, UK
    Mine's a laptop
    Celeron 400MHz
    64MB RAM
    6GB Hard Drive
    13.1" TFT Screen
    Floppy Drive
    CD Drive
    Dual boot Windows 98/SuSE Linux 6.2
  8. neptoon


    Jul 25, 2000
    summerville, sc
    ummmm, you guys are geeks! my computer is on a desk....and it works. specs? yeah, i wear 'em...i can't see too well without 'em. hee hee i have a sony vaio...i know how to turn on my instant messengers, check email and log on to talkbass....i know how to get my surf on, search rules! i feel like such a 'tard... :rolleyes:
  9. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA

    dude, i'd rather play with missles than computers :D
  10. Horsepower: 415 hp @ 6,000 rpm
    Torque: 415 lb-ft @ 2,700-4,600
    Drivetrain: Four-wheel drive
    Top Speed: 189 mph (Manual gearbox)
    185 mph (Tiptronic S)
    Acceleration: (0-62 mph) 4.2 sec
  11. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    since when have you owned a turbo porsche?
  12. Its only $170,000 Canadian, I just saved up my allowance money from when I was a kid, made a couple trips to the bottle depot and voila! I really don't see why everybody doesn't own one.
  13. neptoon


    Jul 25, 2000
    summerville, sc

    hey, you got a point, man! hee hee
  14. Just picked up the updated Lion King model!
    Whoops forgot some specs.

    MotherBoard: Fisher Price.
    OS: Big Purple Handle.
    Sound: Fisher Price speaker built to Thomas Edison specs.
    Case: Orange Plastic.
    Hard Disks: So advanced they are not needed.
  15. neptoon


    Jul 25, 2000
    summerville, sc
    now THAT is something i feel i could operate with competence
  16. modernday


    Oct 20, 2002
    St. Paul
    MSI KT4 333FSB 8X AGP
    AMD 2000+
    256 DDR 3200 W/ HEATSINK
    CD/DVD COMBO 32X16X16X40
    1.44 FLOPPY
    60 GB 7200
    GEFORCE 2 TI 64 MB

  17. Operating System(s): Windows XP Professional (SP1) / Red Hat Linux 8
    Motherboard: ASUS A7V333WOR
    Processor:AMD AthlonXP 1600+ (no OC'ed)
    RAM: 256MB DDRAM PC2700 (DDR 333) *soon to be upgraded to 768MB*
    Video Card: ASUS GeForce4 MX440 w/64MB DDR
    Soundcard: Integrated C-Media 6 channel audio
    Speakers: This PC is connected to a '70 Sony Solid State Integrated Amplifier, shares the speakers with it.
    Network Card: 3COM EtherlinkXL 10/100
    Hard Drive(s): 40GB ATA133 5400RPM / 8GB USB 5400RPM
    CD/DVD/CDRW... ASUS CD-ROM 52x / *ASUS 40x 16x 40x CDR coming soon* / HP CD Writer Plus 8200 USB (4x/4x/24x)
    Input devices: MS Internet Keyboard / MS IntelliMouse (classic!) / Belkin Nostromo n50 Speedpad (USB)/ Belkin Nostromo n45 Analog Pad (USB)
    Monitor: Viewsonic E70-2 17"

    That's all!

  18. Ívar Þórólfsson

    Ívar Þórólfsson Mmmmmm... Supporting Member

    Apr 9, 2001
    Kopavogur, Iceland
    My desktop computer:

    Motherboard: Aopen AX3S
    Processor: Intel Pentium III 1Ghz
    Ram: 512mb 133mhz sdram
    Video card: Creative GeForce 2 GTS 32mb
    Sound card: Soundblaster Live (value)
    Hard drive: 46Gb, 7200rpm, ATA133 IBM drive.
    CD/DVD/CDRW: Asus CD-ROM 40x, Sony CDRW 4x4x40x
    Input devices: Ergoforce keyboard, Logitech wheelmouse + (usb)
    Network/ADSL cards: 3com 10/100mb network card. Triz adsl card.
    Monitor: Hyundai Deluxescan 7770, 17".

    My laptop:

    IBM Thinkpad T23
    Processor: Intel PIII 1.13Ghz
    RAM: 384mb
    Hard drive: IBM 30gb
    Video card: ATI 16mb, TV-out.
    Monitor: 14.1" XGA (1024x768) TFT LCD
    CD/DVD/CDRW: 8x DVD drive.
    Network adapters: 10/100mb built in ethernet. 802.11b built in wireless. Built in 56.6kb modem.

    EDIT: Forgot, both systems are running Windows XP.
  19. Fuzzbass

    Fuzzbass P5 with overdrive Supporting Member

    My best PC is my Xbox. :p

    My 3.5 year old P2-400 is plenty good enough for internet duty.