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Post your beast...

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Deathdealer, Aug 21, 2001.

  1. Deathdealer

    Deathdealer Dealer of Death

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    Haven't had one of these in a long while and since the wait for 2.86 is almost overbearing:

    POST YOUR SYSTEM

    Yup, post the specs of your computer(s)

    Mine (currently - but will soon be changed) is:

    AMD K62 333 (oc'd to 350)
    AOPEN AX59 Pro Mboard
    163 MB RAM
    Creative 3D Blaster Banshee AGP
    Logitech Mouseman Cordless
    Logitech iTouch Keyboard
    Viewsonic 17" A70 Monitor
    Creative AWE64 Value soundcard
    Maxtor 20GB 7200RPM HD
    Quantum Fireball 5GB 7200RPM HD
    HP7570 CDRW
    AOPEN 16X DVD-ROM


    Now - post your system :D
     
  2. wiseassbnty

    wiseassbnty Jack's smirking revenge

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    Main system:
    AMD 1.4 T-Bird
    400 watt PS
    Abit KG7 DDR Motherboard
    512 megs PC2400 (300mhz rated) Corsair DDR RAm
    Dual IBM Deskstar 40.1 gig 7200/ATA 100 harddrives running in Raid Striped
    Radeon 64 DDR
    Soundblaster 512PCI
    Netgear 10/100 PCI Nic
    Win2k
    kitchen sink
    whole lotta lovin


    Backup system:
    AMD 900mhz T-Bird w/Watercooling running stable at 1200mhz
    350 watt PS
    Abit KT7A Pc133 Mobo
    128 megs PC133 Corsair RAM
    Radeon 64 DDR
    Soundblaster AWE64
    Netgear 10/100 PCI Nic
    Win98 SE

    Still workin on the Main system, want to replace that sound card.
     
  3. Ballistophobia

    Ballistophobia Hedonistic Forum Panacea

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    Klipsch THX ProMedia 5.1 @ 500 watts
    Philips Acoustic Edge 5.1 soundcard with Thunderbird DSP & Qspander
    Elsa Gladiac 920 GeForce 3
    PIII 750 mhz
    OEM mobo 100 mhz fsb
    128 ram
    MS IntelliMouse Optical
    Dell Quietkey
    Sony 17" Trinitron
    Ultra ATA 27 gig HD @ 7200 rpm
    Samsung ( :( stupid OEM) DVD-ROM
    Sony CD-RW
     
  4. ragingsamster

    ragingsamster oldfartis nongratis

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    Play:
    Athlon 850
    ABIT KA7-100
    256MB PC133
    30GB IBM 7200/ATA100
    Creative Annhilator 2 32MB DDR (2 GTS chipset)
    Sound Blaster value
    KDS 19"
    crappy speakers
    8X4X32 CDRewriter
    300W case twin fan
    running WIN98 SE

    Work:
    Dell C600 Laptop
    800Mhz Pentium III
    256MB ram
    ATI Rage mobility 128 w 16M (doesn't do too bad at INF)
    20GB HD
    Dell 21"
    dual boot Win98 SE + Win2K

    Wife's:
    Pentium II 450
    128MB
    3.6GB (2.0GB + 1.6GB)
    On board everything :p
    17" monitor
    Win98 SE

    All networked to @home via 10/100 NICs to a DLINK 704 10/100 4 port switch(NAT, DHCP,etc)
     
  5. Cap'n Beeb

    Cap'n Beeb Banned

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    Full-tower black case with swinging door(I missed out on the hydralic one :()
    P4 1.8GHZ
    GF3
    256MB RDRAM
    75GB
    16x DVD
    16/10/40 CD-RW
    19" MultiSync Flatscreen CRT (F00king 0wnage, I love this thing)
    Klipsch THX ProMedia 5.1 @ 500 watts (Balli, you convinced me to get these babies :D)
    IntelliMouse
     
  6. Ballistophobia

    Ballistophobia Hedonistic Forum Panacea

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    Sweet 'baron! Probably a dumb question, but you likes? :)

    Also, I HIGHLY recommend the AE soundcard, I can't be more adamant about it. The clarity is seriously unbelievable. Hearing mp3s coming out of 6 speakers is just incredible. It is the top ranking card in all the recent soundcard reviews (even beats the SB Live Platinum), not to mention it only costs $75, about $100 to $125 less than the SB Live Platinum. :)
     
  7. Cap'n Beeb

    Cap'n Beeb Banned

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    Indeed I like :D Undying never scared the crap outta me like this before! I think I'll look into that sound card, thx for the heads up.
     
  8. Ballistophobia

    Ballistophobia Hedonistic Forum Panacea

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    Duder, if you think Undying is cool, having the 5.1 set-up with the speakers and just turning in a circle by water in UT is...well...unreal. :) I mean it's f<b></b>uckin perfect, the sounds of the water perfectly and seamlessly transition to the proper speaker making it literally seem like there's water near you. :)

    Oh yeah, I always do vehement research before putting hard-earned dough down, so here's some reviews, previews and articles about the card. I honestly love this card as much as the speakers if that gives you some insight to how sweet it is. :)

    http://www.3dsoundsurge.com/reviews/AcousticEdge/AcousticEdge.html
    http://gamespot.com/gshw/filters/0,12822,6018751,00.html
    http://www.gamersdepot.com/hardware/sound_cards/philips/acoustic_edge/001.htm
    http://www.3dspotlight.com/reviews/hardware/acousticedge/index.shtml
    http://www.thetechzone.com/reviews/soundcard/philips/acoustic_edge/index.shtml
    http://www.trainwrecker.com/Reviews/Phillips/AE.htm
    http://www.tech-gods.com/reviews/258/
    http://sysopt.earthweb.com/userreviews/sound/reviewhtml/Philips_Acoustic_Edge.html
    http://www.zdnet.com/products/stories/overview/0,8826,472545,00.html
    http://www5.zdnet.com/products/stories/reviews/0,4161,2696986,00.html
    http://www5.zdnet.com/products/stories/reviews/0,4161,2699763,00.html
    http://firingsquad.gamers.com/hardware/acousticedge/default.asp
     
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  9. Thrash123

    Thrash123 Obey Leash Laws

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    Darn you people and your money, throwing it around like that. :/

    AMD k6-2 450

    TNT 1 card (creative), slightly OCed

    256 meg ram (yes, I need the extra 128)

    SB Live value (Gonna have to check out that AE Balli, I need something new)

    13 gig HD

    4x2x12 USB CDRW (Teac, fast and nice, cheap too)

    40X cdrom

    Also got a WACOM Graphire 4x5 graphics tablet and a BOCA speaker system with 2 satillites (35 watts each) and a 850 watt sub :) problem with the sub though is it doesn't have quite enough thud, and it can't handle it's own max volume :p

    Someone buy me a Voodoo 3 (only 45 bucks).
     
  10. DeadEyeNick

    DeadEyeNick New Member

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    My Dino:
    Athlon 800
    ASUS K7V
    Kingston 128MB PC133. eewww
    13.2GB of HD space. Yucks
    Creative Blaster TNT2 Ultra. Duh?
    Sound Blaster Digital
    Samsung SyncMaster 17"
    Creative Cambridge Soundworks FPS2500
    ASUS 50x CD drive
    300W... case
     
  11. Chow Yun-Fat

    Chow Yun-Fat W3RD UP

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    AMD K7 800mhz athlon on a ASUS K7V
    128 ram (looking to add more)
    20.1 Gb 6200 Rpm HD (looking to replace, i have 2 gigs left (8 gigs are all MP3s))
    Diamond Viper V770 Ultra TNT 2 chipset (looking to replace)
    Creative sound blaster 128 (my god does it suck, going to replace)
    Cambridge Sound Works four point surround
    Crystal Scan 1776LE 17" monitor (its 5 years old and still running strong)
    8X DVD-ROM
    PlexWriter 12/10/32a CD-RW
    Mid-tower case 3/2/2 (5 exposed bays, 2 hidden) 300w power supply i think.

    I need more fans, a new graphics and sound card. I'm also going to get more ram sometime soon.
     
  12. phatcat

    phatcat akward cat

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    System Name : Red Chocobo [​IMG]

    CPU: AMD 900mhz
    Mem: 256 133 mhz
    Video: Geforce 2 GTS 32 meg DDR
    Sound: Turtle Beach
    Mainboard: Abit KT7-A
    Network: Netgear 10/100
    CD-ROM: none
    CD-RW: 12/10/32
    DVD: none
    FDD: 1.44 standard
    storage1: 40 gig 5700RPM
    storage2: Zip 100
    Keyboard: Mircrosoft internet keyboard
    Moust: Ifeel by Logitech
    Gamepad: Logitech wingman
    Joystick: Wngman
    Power: 250 watt
    USB: 4 ports + 2 on keyboard
    Case: alienware Hydrolic (BLACK)
     
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  13. DEFkon

    DEFkon Shhh

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    Le Ghetto Box-

    1Ghz AMD
    FIC SD11 Mobo
    256MB Pc100 ram
    Voodoo3 3000 agp (hey it runs UT perfectly)
    Sound Blaster Live
    13 Gig Hard drive 5200
    40 Gig hard drive 7200
    50X Cdrom

    Hacked up Full tower welded to side of wall mounted frame with case removed, and table top fan blowing over mobo. (the video sound modem ethernet ect cards all have the apearence of of multiple wings mounted to a wall in a mini wind tunnel. A combination of no ac, small room, warm summer, and small budget, and an odd taste in artistic expresion dictates the current cooling setup. Once the winter rolls around again i can seal the case back up and use it to heat the room... probably even better if i get a new video card. heheh
     
  14. Kisen_K

    Kisen_K S&amp;M Airlines

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    My rig:

    AMD K7 800Mhz
    256 RAM (512 in a day or two)
    20GB HD
    Hercules 3DProphet II 64MB GTS
    BostonAcoustics MediaTheatre sound system (Inexpensive and good enough to make the glassworks shake)

    And then 3 CD players, don't have space for my last 50X CD-ROM :(
     
  15. Domino

    Domino < Phoenix Rising >

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    My PC upgrade is coming soon, so I'll post my new PC specs

    1.4 Gigahertz Athlon
    256 mb DDR memmory
    Creative 3d Blaster Pro
    CDRW
    48x CDrom
    Hercules 3d Prophet III
     
  16. Deathdealer

    Deathdealer Dealer of Death

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    BUMP!

    :) :) :) :) ;) BUMP :) :) :) ;)
     
  17. NotBillMurray

    NotBillMurray It's Suntory Time!

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    For play:
    PIII 1Ghz
    Abit BH6 VH6-II
    256Mb PC 133 Ram
    GeForce2 GTS 64Mb
    CL Live Value
    Toshiba DVD-ROM/CD-RW Drive
    POS Creative Speakers
    Windows Me
    Phillips 19"
    3D Mark 2001 Score = 2650

    The server
    PII 400 Mhz
    Abit BH-6
    128Mb Ram
    3dfx Voodoo3000 32Mb
    CL Live Value
    Creative 48x CD-Rom
    Windows Me
    3D Mark 2001 Score = -1 :)
     
  18. HanD_of_DarKNesS

    HanD_of_DarKNesS Evil Bastard

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    The following is my everything system. It's been souped up to sh.it for my business I'm starting doing video editing, but also functions as my everyday web-surfing/gaming computer. It may be a Mac (which I'm proud of) but you can't deny it's one nice setup (my PC loving friends drool over it).

    I work at a local Canadian chain computer superstore (CompuSmart), and have taken advantage of the fact I get all my purchases at our store cost. To this point, I have spent about $17,000 CDN on my computer and related material in the past 4 years at that store (sad: I know. Hey, I live at home).

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    PROCESSOR: Motorola PowerPC G4 400MHz
    MOTHERBOARD: Apple Sawtooth (AGP)
    RAM: 640mb PC-100
    PRIMARY HD: 40gb Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 7200rpm Ultra-66
    SECONDARY HD: 60gb Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 7200rpm Ultra-100
    THIRD HD: 10gb Western Digital Caviar 7200rpm Ultra-66
    PRIMARY VIDEO: ATI Radeon Mac 32mb DDR AGP (Retail Version)
    SECONDARY VIDEO: ATI XClaim VR 128 16mb PCI
    SOUND CARD: Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! Mac
    SCSI CONTROLLER: Adaptec 2906

    CD/DVD: Apple (stock) 8x DVD-ROM
    CD-RW: Yamaha 6416s 6x4x16x SCSI (external)

    PRIMARY POINTER: Microsoft Trackball Explorer
    SECONDARY POINTER: Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer
    KEYBOARD: Apple Pro Keyboard

    PRIMARY MONITOR: LG 915FT Plus 19" Flatron (operating through BNC connectors) w/integrated 4-port USB Hub
    SECONDARY MONITOR: Hansol 701P 17"
    SPEAKERS: operating through my RCA 5.1 channel surround sound stereo receiver
    MICROPHONE: Labtec desk mic
     
  19. BlAcK_PlAgUe22

    BlAcK_PlAgUe22 I ooze.

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    PIV 1.5Ghz
    128mb RDRAM (soon to be 384, i hope :))
    GeForce2Ultra (soon to be OC'ed :D)
    SounBlaster Live!
    Boston Digital BA7500G (underrated) (4 speakers and a sub)
    WinME :( (Soon to be WinXP [No more BSOD! :D])
    NEC Multisync FE950+
    (as said in Sys. Properties) GENERIC NEC FLOPPY DISC
    60gb IBM (7200rpm)
    DVD drive
    CD-RW 12x (too lazy to look up the other speeds)
    Gateway Keyboard (looks to be a modified MS Internet Keyboard)
    Gateway Mouse (IntelliMouse with the gateway logo stamped on it)
     
  20. AtomicAxis

    AtomicAxis PHD in keeping it REAL!!

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    I have a

    IBM AT PC
    640K RAM
    10 MB HDD
    CGA (Green and Black Monitor)
    No mouse.

    INF never looked so good. :D
     

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