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Your system specs.

Discussion in 'Computer Talk' started by Mikoyan, May 19, 2004.

  1. Chairman Meow

    Chairman Meow Class IV

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    My computer :D

    Intel Celeron 2.6 Ghz
    3 HDDs: 40GB, 120GB, 600MB
    DVD-ROM/CD-RW
    256MB of RAM
    3.5" Floppy Drive

    Operating Systems:
    Mandrake Linux 9.2
    Windows XP Pro
    Windows 3.11 for Workgroups/DOS 6.22
    Slackware Linux 9.1
    FreeBSD 5.3
    Ubuntu Linux
    Suse Linux 9.1
    CollegeLinux 2.5
    Mepis Linux
    Damn Small Linux
     
  2. andvruss

    andvruss Deity

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    My new comp I built myself :D:

    AMD64 3000+ (looking to OC to 3200)
    ASUS Nforce 4 SLI deluxe motherboard
    Seagate 120GB 7200RPM 8MB buffer
    512 X 2 Samsung value RAM, PC3200 and 400Mhz
    Pioneer DVD burner 16X4X16 DUAL LAYER+R 4X CDRW 32X24X40
    Cable with rates at 2.4 MBS
    ATI RAEDON 9200SE 128 PCI (getting a 6600GT soon)
    Antec Super Lanboy Case with two 120MM fans, front fan lights up blue
    Neon blue cold cathode light beside clear side panel
    ThermalTake 420 W ATX 12V or so.

    I would take a pic if I had a digital camera.
     
  3. Goober

    Goober Turning Right ...

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    Location:
    Victoria, BC, CANADA!!!
    Sorry for the Bump, i just need to Update my stats.

    CPU: AMD Athlon 1700+ GHz
    RAM: 1.25 Gb (1X 256 Mb, 2 X 512 Mb)
    HD: Maxtor 200 Gigs (1 X Maxtor 40 Gig, 1 X Maxtor 160 Gig)
    Video Card: nVidia GeForce 64 Mb

    Not bad, if I don't say so myself. Now that I have upgraded RAM and HD, time for that Processor . . .
     
  4. Chairman Meow

    Chairman Meow Class IV

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    And, to update my stats, CollegeLinux 2.5 has been replaced with Solaris 10 (though I still have yet to get Gnome to work without crashing...)

    edit - and I also added Fedora Core 3 (which is much much much better than Fedora Core 1... Far better than Core 1)
     
  5. Comraddict

    Comraddict C.IV

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    Location:
    Iowa
    Desktop:
    ABIT IC7 i875P motherboard, P4 3.2GHz. Radeon 9700 pro and 17" LCD. 1GB PC3200 RAM and RAID0 WD SE 7200rpm drives. Windows 2000, XP and Fedora Core 3.

    Laptop:
    nForce3 150 board with Athlon 64 3000+. nVIDIA GeForce4 Go 440 on XGA 15" LCD. 512MB PC2700 RAM and excellent Hitachi 7200 rpm disk. Windows XP and Fedora Core 3.
     

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