Put your PC Specs Here!!!
Hey all members of Webdevelopers.com!!! Post your computer(s) specs and/or picture of it in this thread! Lets see what you got!
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 3.0 C @ 3.24 Ghz - Northwood Core
Motherboard: Soyo Dragon 2 Plus Motherboard
Memory: Geil 512MB PC3200 DDR SDRAM (400 Mhz)
Hardrive: Western Digital 160 GB Harddrive ATA-100
Case: Aspire X-Dreamer II Case - Black
Video Card: XFX nVIDIA FX5700 Ultra - 128MB DDR-II Memory
OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Monitor: HP M70 17" CRT Monitor
Optical: Micro Technologies 52x32x52 CD-RW
Speakers: 2.0 Polk Audio Speakers
Extra: LED Light Kid
Last edited by theuedimaster; 12-18-2004 at 06:05 PM.
im too lazy to put full but here goes
Proc: AMD 64 3000+ @ 2.32
Memory:PNY 1GB PC3200 (400mhz)
HD:2 WD 80GB @ 7200rpm SATA
Vid:PNY nVIDIA FX5200 - 128MB <_<
Last edited by Jupac; 12-18-2004 at 05:51 PM.
I got no pics of my comp.
Ill hook you up with my desktop tho
Last edited by Jupac; 12-18-2004 at 08:55 PM.
my system atm:
proc:Intel pentium 4, northwood, 800mhz fsb, ht, 2.6, dynamic oc on (depending on the game I might oc up to 3.1 ~ 3.2, it has not needed to go up more).
mobo:MSI 848pv, intel 848 chipset
video: Gainward nvidea geforce4 ti4200, 128mb ram
sound: soundblaster audigy (not the really expencive one)
hard drives: 200gb seagate sata 8200, 80gb wd ide 8200, 40gb maxtor ide 8200
psu: turbolink 350
ram: 512 kingston hyperx ddr400/pc-3200
case: Aspire x-dreamer I blue
lighting: dual blue cold cathodes, vantec nexus controls them and fans.
fans: 6 80mm case fans
running: xp pro sp1, mandrake linux
I plan on getting an x600 (possibly 6800) within the next few months depending on what i find deal wise. It wll be agp 8x.
I will post new pics sometime tomorrow.
Last edited by PeOfEo; 12-19-2004 at 12:47 AM.
Last edited by PeOfEo; 12-19-2004 at 09:42 PM.
Ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh! Big Pictures!!!!!
Dell Dimension 2100 (black)
OS: Windows ME
Ram: 384 MB (one 128 + one 256)
CPU: Intel Celeron
Monitor: 18" Dell UltraSharp
Mouse: Logitech MouseMan
Photos: none, although here are some drawings (http://support.jp.dell.com/docs/syst...00/techovu.htm)
i don't know much about my box, except for the following story:
so........my college had a casino night (long story short: incompetent dealer, i stole lots of money) and i won a DVD player. well, since i have a DVD player on ma computer and my roommate has a PS2, i don't need a DVD player. i was going to give it to my mom for christmas, but when i came home for thanksgiving, she sent me shopping for a DVD/VCR for my dad, so that wouldn't work. so i ended up taking it back to Best Buy. it just so happened that at the time, Best Buy had a 160 Gb hard drive on sale. so when i returned it, i got a gift card with $70.61 credit on it. the hard drive was $59.99 after rebates. so i made some change there. THEN, the guy that installed it for me asked how much i wanted for the old drive. i said i'd take $20 for it (labor costs, you know). so i ended up getting paid $30 to get a brand new, 160 Gb hard drive with an 8Mb cache.
ey peo where you get that core center thing
Last edited by Jupac; 12-19-2004 at 11:51 PM.
Yes... much like the ides of march.... jk Yeah, anyone who wants to find out their specs can go to http://www.lavalys.com
Go to products, and download everest home. It will tell you everything that can be found out about your computer. Good luck and post soon
from msi. You can try it, but I do not think it is going to run well with a non msi mobo. I also have fuzzy logic which is geared just for ocing, but core center has the same functionality fuzzy logic does.
Originally posted by lakers01
ey peo where you get that core center thing
I use another msi product to get my system specs, it is info view xp. Its nothing special, it is just bundled with my drivers so I use it.
I like this though: CPUz. It will tell you everything about your processor and then everything else about your pc.
Html output: http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/cpuz.htm
Last edited by PeOfEo; 12-20-2004 at 01:39 AM.
Well, it seems I'm a bit out-classed... lol
AMD Athlon XP 1500+ (Not sure of core, Palimino, I think)
2 WD 80GB 7200RPM 8MB cache HD's
768 MB PC133 RAM (3 256 Kingston Modules)
2 NVidia GeForce 4 MX 420 vid cards (capable of using 4 displays [2 each, 1 VGA + 1 SVideo], 2 VGA in use currently).
Creative PCI128 Sound (Quadriphonic)
2 17inch KDS XtremeFlat Monitors (both in 1280X1024)
I'll be building another one soon.
Last edited by PhillMc; 12-23-2004 at 04:07 AM.
500 bucks for a gaming quality box!
woops: Somehow the case I selected and the thermaltake psu disappeared from that list
ps: how did you guys like my desktop?
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