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 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.
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Originally posted by lakers01 ey peo where you get that core center thing
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. http://www.msi.com.tw/program/suppor...eCenter_MB.exe
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.