Your PC specs?

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by PeaveyTNT, Feb 11, 2003.

  1. PeaveyTNT

    PeaveyTNT Banned

    Jul 21, 2002
    Here is what I will have by the summer:

    Special features include the TruePower power supply , front USB/Firewire ports, washable air filter on the front, & quick-release drive bays with release lever.
    Material: 1.0mm SECC
    Drive Bays: External 3 X 5.25" - 2 X 3.5" Internal 3 X 3.5"
    System Board: Standard ATX / Pentium 4
    Expansion Slot: 7 Slots
    USB/IO: 2 Front USB port, 1 Front IEEE 1394 (Firewire) port
    Standard Fan(s): 1 X 80mm (rear)
    Optional Fan(s): 2 X 80mm (front)
    Dimensions: 18.6" (L) X 8.1" (W) X 17.25" (H)

    Supported Socket type:370/Socket A
    Supports up to Athlon XP 2000.
    Single 60mm (diameter) x 25mm Ball Bearing Fan mounted on an pure
    aluminum heatsink. Supports AMD Socket A CPU's.
    Air Volume : 40.1 CFM & Noise Level : 48.2 dBA

    CRUCIAL MICRON 256MB 32x64 PC 2100 DDR RAM - OEM Offer Time Limit Will End Soon. 184-Pin, CL=2.5-Unbuffered 2.5V, 6-Layers CT3264Z265 Requires DDR supported Motherboard - Lifetime Warranty. OEM

    Asus A7N266-VM AA (AMD Assured Version) NVIDIA nFORCE 220 Chipset 266/200MHz FSB Motherboard Micro ATX- Retail
    Socket A AMD Duron, Athlon, and Athlon XP up to 2600+
    nForce 220D: NVIDIA IGP-64 north bridge and NVIDIA MCP-D south bridge
    FSB:266/200 MHz
    2 DIMM sockets support max. 1GB unbuffered PC2100/1600 non-ECC RAM
    Slots:3x PCI 1xAGP PRO 4x
    Onboard LAN:10/100 Mbps
    Integrated AC97and Dolby Digital 5.1 (AC-3) Encoder Audio
    Integrated Nvidia Nforce GeFORCE2 Video

    AMD Athlon XP 2000+/266 FSB Thorougbred Processor CPU - OEM 2000+/ 1.67GHz, AXDA2000DKT3C

    CPU: 1.67 GHz
    Type: 2000 XP Thorougbred
    Cache: 256K
    BUS: 266MHz
    Socket A (PGA) OEM (Processor Only)

    ASUS V9280TD Geforce4 Ti4200 128MB 128 bit AGP 8X TV-OUT & DVI RETAIL
    Chipset: Nvidia Geforce4 TI-4200 AGP8X
    Memory: 128MB DDR
    Res: Max 2048 x 1536 at 75Hz (32bpp)
    256-bit GeForce4 Ti (250MHz clock)
    AGP 8X with Fast Writes and Texturing support
    Engine Clock 250MHz
    Memory Clock 512MHz(256MHz DDR)
    Vertical Refresh Rate 60-240 Hz
    User's manual Driver CD ROM and DVD2000 Software included

    And I already have a 40 gig HD, monitor, speakers, cable internet, etc...

    I will have quite the gaming machine!

    What about you?

  2. Brad Johnson

    Brad Johnson Commercial User

    Mar 8, 2000
    Gaithersburg, Md
    Boom Bass Cabinets, DR strings
    Since I don't play games I have a simple setup. 1.2 AMD, 256mb RAM, 60gb, DVD and burner drives. 20" display, cable modem.

    The PC in my sons room is used by him for gaming but I don't know it's current config.

    Plus two PIII laptops (Dell and Gateway).
  3. Wrong Robot

    Wrong Robot Guest

    Apr 8, 2002
    Well...I'm a Mac-user. and I currently own a 3 year old iMac DVSE, which is nothing to brag about.

    however, As soon as I decide if I'm going away for college or staying home I will know whether I am getting a powerbook or a powermac, If the latter, then it will be
    dual g4 processors @ 1.25 ghz,
    512 DDR ram pc2700,
    80 gig HD(maybe 120)
    Radeon 9700 pro graphics card.
    combo drive(dvd/cd-rw)- >reads dvds=12x, reads cds=40x, writes cds=32x rewrites cds=12x
    built-in 10/100/1000 mbps ethernet
    one Firewire 800 port
    2 firewire 400 ports,
    4 USB ports,
    bluetooth enabled,
    Airport extreme(802.11g spec...wi-fi networking at 54 mbps:cool: )
    7.1 surround sound

    If its the Powerbook then it will probably be a
    15.1 inch
    1 ghz titanium with
    radeon 9000 mobility
    512 DDR ram
    60 gig HD.

    I could talk about my brothers PC, as it is a DIY and is pretty loaded but I don't want to go into much depth so I'll give you the skim look
    2.0 ghz P4
    512 DDR ram
    60 gig HD
    Geforce 4 ti 4200(8x agp, with 128 ddr vram)
    asus motherboard and fans
    rounded IDE cables
    I think its an Asus tower as well, but I don't remeber.
  4. well, it's an HP with 12 gigs and 64mb RAM. yeah, i know. but at least it never crashes.
  5. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    Athlon XP1800+ @ 1750mhz / 38*C (will up to 2ghz when i get a better fan)
    512 mb Samsung PC2700 ram
    Gigabyte GA7VAXP mobo
    120 GB Western Digital Special Edition hard drive
    ATi Radeon 7500le w/64mb DDR ram
    Antec Solution series case w/ 350w power supply
    HP CDWriter 16
    Hitachi DVD-ROM
    Samsung 17" monitor
    Sony 15" monitor
    M-Audio Delta 66 Soundcard w/ Omni Studio
    M-Audio Studiophile SP5B monitors

    it rocks really hard, and it was DANG cheap to assemble (not counting the M-Audio stuff). it was under $500. rock-rockin it
  6. Turock

    Turock Supporting Member

    Apr 30, 2000
    I had one of those. Mine came with one 5.25 floppy drive and a monitor.
  7. HP Windows 95 running @ 150 MHz...

    I'm serious...
  8. Nate Dawg

    Nate Dawg

    Apr 8, 2000
    Denver, CO
    Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73 GHz)
    MSI KT4 Ultra motherboard
    512 MB Samsung PC2700 RAM
    ATI Radeon 9000 pro
    40gig Western Digital HD
    A old SBLive sound card
    Yamaha 16x burner
    Toshiba DVD drive
    Mitsubishi DiamondPro 700e 17" monitor
    and a translucent red case I heavily modified
  9. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    i don't know if you need to spend the extra money on the 2000+. the Thoroughbred B 1700+ has been getting some rediculous overclocks.

    check out the AMD forum at to see some examples
  10. Josh Ryan

    Josh Ryan - that dog won't hunt, Monsignor. Staff Member Supporting Member

    Mar 24, 2001
    I have a p12 450 terrahertz quadraprocessor, 650 terrabytes of PC 45000 DDDDDDram, with extra D, a 1.21 jigawatt power supply with flux capacitor, a liquid cooled hydrogenated smart fan, 45 ISA slots, and a 9 kilobaud telephony full duplex win-modem. I have one of those orange text displays (7 inches viewable) hooked to a geforce 5. Top that b@#ches. :D ;)
  11. Josh Ryan

    Josh Ryan - that dog won't hunt, Monsignor. Staff Member Supporting Member

    Mar 24, 2001
    It only runs texas instruments video games, for some reason. It seems to like Q-bert.
  12. Phat Ham

    Phat Ham

    Feb 13, 2000
    Apple powerbook G4 15.2" 1Ghz
    512 MB RAM
    64MB DDR video memory
    60 gig HD
    SuperDrive (CD-RW/DVD-R)
    yes that's right a DVD burner in my laptop
    ATI Mobility Radeon 9000
    Airport card installed
    13.5" x 9.5" x 1"
    5.4 lbs

    The screen on this thing is ridiculous. I also have a crappy 15" monitor hooked up as a dual display/extended desktop/whatever you wanna call it.

    The coolest thing has to be taking it to class and using the University's wireless network to talkbass during a lecture.

    Blisshead, just make sure you don't get up to 88 mph with that thing or you'll go back to the future.:D
  13. jasonbraatz


    Oct 18, 2000
    Oakland, CA
    powerbooks are the best laptops you can buy. i'd shoot someones momma for one of the new 12" powerbooks :)
  14. Phat Ham

    Phat Ham

    Feb 13, 2000
    I'll second that. I just need to stea...I mean acquire Photoshop, Illustrator, and Dreamweaver from the school paper and I can really put this baby to work.
  15. PeaveyTNT

    PeaveyTNT Banned

    Jul 21, 2002
    I was gonna go with that 1700 or 1800, but I talked with my pc nerd friend about it, and we concluded that the 2000 is better in the long run...
  16. P100
    32 Megs of ram
    1.2 Gb HD

    I deal with it.

  17. Ívar Þórólfsson

    Ívar Þórólfsson Mmmmmm... Supporting Member

    Apr 9, 2001
    Kopavogur, Iceland
    Intel Pentium III 1Ghz
    512mb 133mhz memory
    46Gb IBM hdd.
    GeForce 2 GTS 32mb video card
    Sound Blaster Live! Value soundcard
    40x cd-rom, 4x4x20 cd-rw
    ADSL modem
    17" Hyundai monitor

    IBM Thinkpad T23
    Intel Pentium III 1.13Ghz
    384Mb 133mhz memory
    30Gb hdd.
    14.1" TFT display with Video out
    16mb ATI Video card
    8x DVD drive
    internal 56kb modem
    internal 10/100mb ethernet card
    internal 11mb WIFI wireless ethernet card
    Only 2.4kg / 5lbs
  18. JMX

    JMX Vorsprung durch Technik

    Sep 4, 2000
    Cologne, Germany
    PIII 800
    Chaintech Intel BX board w/ onboard SCSI
    704 MB ram
    Promise UDMA 133 host adaptor
    Hauppauge WinTV FM pci tv card
    ELSA Erazor II TNT 16MB video card
    Midiman Delta Audiophile 2496 soundcard
    Realtek 10/100 mbit network

    Seagate 9 GB SCSI
    Maxtor 60 GB UDMA 133

    Plextor 32x CD SCSI
    TEAC 58S 24x/8x burner SCSI
    Toshiba SM1612 DVD

    Microsoft Intellimouse Optical
    Microsoft Multimedia keyboard

    Iiyama HM903DT 19" CRT monitor
  19. pyrohr


    Aug 28, 2001
    Pakistani compound
    Sony vaio 80g hd, 512 ram (digital studio) 2.4ghz pentium 4, cd-rw drive, dvd drive,533mhz FSB/32MB 256-bit 3D graphics accelerater.