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1.3Ghz Intel Celeron

384 MB Ram

Nvidia GeForce 5200 128 MB DDR RAM

She ain't the best but she gets the job done.

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Tbred 2700+

volcano 9 coolmod

pioneer dvd

LG 52x cdrw

MSI K7N2 Delta L ultra 400

768 kingston pc2700 in dual mode

ATI 9800 pro

audigy

twin maxtor 40's

twin psu's

dragon server case

xp pro

logitech optical mouse

microsoft natural keyboard

numerous fans

wifes rig

tbred 2600

gigabyte kt 400a

512 kingston pc2700

MSI gforece3 ti 200 128ddr

sb live 5.1

twin maxtor 40's

solid stealth server window case

codegen 350 psu

various lights and fans

logitech optical mouse belkin natural keyboard

kids pc

celery 900

ECS sis

512 pc 133

gf3 referrance 64 ddr

sb live value

Edited by snakebite1967

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2.6c o.c.'d to 3.25

zalman cu7000A

abit IS7

2x256 geil golden dragon pc3500

9800xt

wd 8mb 80g hd

x-pider aluminum case

generic turbolink 420psu

I really need a new psu but this one does the job so far. Hopefully this setup lasts me a few years. :) My last computer was an athlon 850 but shorted out due to the heatsink on the cpu falling off and coming into contact with my brand new ti4200. Couldn't salvage anything from that afterwards.

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P4 1.8 512mb's Ram Nvidia TNT2 64 Pro :( Still chugging along!

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CPU: AMD Althon XP 2100+ 1733MHz

Motherboard: ASUS A7V333

Memory: 512 MB PC2700 DDRAM

Video Card: Gainward Ti4600 Golden Sample (GeForce 4)

Hard Drive: IBM Deskstar 40.0 GB @ 7200 RPMS x2

Monitor: 19"

Sound Card: Sound Blaster Audgy 2

350W PSU

Creative 5.1 speakers

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If you're too lazy to check my sig:

AMD Athlon 2500+ Barton OC'ed @ 3200+

ASUS A7N8X Motherboard

256 2x of Kingston PC2100 in Dual Channel configuration

ASUS GeForce 4 Ti4200 OC'ed @ 270/470

Memorex 52x24x52 CD-R/W Burner

Western Digital 80GB HDD w/ 8MB cache

Creative SoundBlaster Audigy Gamer

420 Watt Silent Pure Power PSU

Thermaltake Xaser III case w/ 7 80mm case fans

Vantec AeroFlow HS/F

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Intel Pentium 4 - 3 gig

2 gig RAM

ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB

200 gig Hard Drive

Creative Soundcard

2 - Gigabit ethernet

Windows XP

other linux computer

300Mhz

320MB RAM

7.5 gig Hard Drive

Riva 128 Graphics Card

Sound....? uhhh

2 - 10/100 ethernet

Currently running Knoppix Linux

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Its in my sig, but i think you cannot have a blank post, so here it is

My rig: i must say its better than my old hp pavilion 7935 :yes:

AMD XP 2600+

MSI K7N2 Delta-L

Antec 1000 Plusview AMG case

5 Antec Fans: 3 LED (side and 2 exhaust) & (2 intake)

ThermalTake True Power 420 Watt PSU

Western Digital Caviar 7200 RPM 120 GB HD

Kingston 256 x 2 PC 3200 DDR 400 RAM

Lite On 16x DVD ROM

LG 52x32x52

HIS RADEON 9600 XT TURBO 128 MB DDR PLATINUM VIVO EDITION 500 MHz/325 MHz

Logitech MX Cordless Duo

Logitech Z-640 5.1 speaker system

Edited by Aggressor

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Current setup (2-year old rig) :P :

Generic 19" steel mid-tower

2 x Sunon 80mm fans

Antec TruePower True430

Intel Pentium 4 2.50 GHz

ASUS P4T-E Intel i850 chipset

Samsung 512 MB PC800 RDRAM

HD1: Maxtor 60 GB DiamondMax Plus 60

HD2: Maxtor 60 GB DiamondMax Plus 9

Panasonic 1.44MB

Plextor PlexWriter 24/10/40A

Pioneer DVD-116

ATI Radeon 9800 Pro

ViewSonic PS790 19" CRT

Creative Sound Blaster Audigy Gamer

Creative Inspire 5300 5.1 speaker system

Linksys EtherFast PCI LNE100TX-CA v5.1

Microsoft Internet Keyboard Pro

Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical

Microsoft Windows XP Pro

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Some of you guys make me feel poor... ;)

P4 1.4GHz

512 RAM

GeForce 4 Ti 4600

18 GB HD (With an 80 GB sitting next to me)

Windows ME

But eh... my keyboard is spill proof, so nah nah. :shifty:

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amd 64 bit 3200-stock settings

asus k8v deluxe

1 gig kingston /ddr 400/2 sticks 512-stock settings

western digital 80 gig/7200 rpm/8 mb cache

liteon cd-r

liteon cdrw

radeon 9800xt-3.10 cats

sound blaster audigy 2 zs

thermaltake xaser III case

enermax 460 watt

windows me

dx 9.0a

the other one:

anthlon 1 gig

via based motherboard

512 mb pny ram

mitsumi cdrw

mitsumi dvd

western digital 60 gig/7200 rpm/8 mb cache

geforce mx 420/64 mb

sound blaster 512 pci

windows me

dx 8.1

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Some of you guys make me feel poor... ;)

P4 1.4GHz

512 RAM

GeForce 4 Ti 4600

18 GB HD (With an 80 GB sitting next to me)

Windows ME

But eh... my keyboard is spill proof, so nah nah. :shifty:

That is a better system than I am running right now. :wall:

P2

192 RAM

GeForce 4 Ti 4200

8 Gig HD

Windows 98

Don't ask me how I am able to run GR, but it does. I believe I am getting an upgrade to a P4 sometime this week.

I was counting on a nice AMD system to use, but "someone" claimed that as his. :'(

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@zjj

Weren't there two of them? :whistle:

@Everyone else....

Click the link in my sig :P

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@zjj

Weren't there two of them? :whistle:

Yes.... and no

There is the one I referenced and then there is some of the parts for a new system for the KIDS :wall: ..... that their dad is paying for. :yes:

So I am still stuck with either handme down parts or my current low end system. :(

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I still think u deserve that nice shiny new AMD system

I should have known that "our computer" really meant "my computer" in his way of thinking. :wall::P

I will probably still get with you to help build a nice AMD system around my video card. :thumbsup:

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Pentium 4

1 GB RAM

100 GB hard drive

Windows XP

That's all I remember. I'm not at home so I can't look it up.

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GeForce 4 Ti 4200

I had the same card MSI version. Worked like a charm in my AMD system. The thing about my amd I remember is that my hsf sounded like a swamp cooler and I had to change it out every two months because it kept warping and wedging itself against the heatsink. :huh:

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np zjj

anytime just let me know, BTW is old grumpy happy with it after the setting up period and a few fragfests ive havent heard a peep from him ?

Edited by snakebite1967

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np zjj

anytime just let me know, BTW is old grumpy happy with it after the setting up period and a few fragfest ive havent ehard a peep from him ?

New RAM is due in today, so that will make him even happier. As far as I can tell he is real happy with it, he just needs a new monitor now. :wall: I am hoping to do some fragging tonight with him, maybe we will find you to join in the fun. :rocky:

Feel free to post those specs as I don't know them, but I know you helped him pick out the parts. :thumbsup:

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roger that , old grumpies pc

barton 3000+ 400fsb

MSI K7N2 delta islr ultra 400

512 or a gig or kingston hyper x pc 3200

BBA 9800 pro

4 hd's i believe

fancy blue xavier server case with lights and fans and a window

450 psu

various other things old grumpy needed

xp pro and many other o/s's

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roger that , old grumpies pc

barton 3000+ 400fsb

MSI K7N2 delta islr ultra 400

512 or a gig or kingston hyper x pc 3200

BBA 9800 pro

4 hd's i believe

fancy blue xavier server case with lights and fans and a window

450 psu

various other things old grumpy needed

xp pro and many other o/s's

Thanks, Snake.

I believe the fancy blue case :wub: holds 6 hard drives, but I don't recall if he is using all the slots or not.

The "many other o/s's" total 5. :wacko:

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