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My piece-o-crap

(bear with me here...whilst I'm generally code + tech savvy, I'm not an extensive over-clocker or modder, so I basically know the bare minimum about my hardware)

P4 Celeron @ 2.66ghz

2GB DDR ram

Radeon 9550 w/ 256 meg ram

Soundblaster Live audio

320 gig SATA

160 gig SATA

80 gig IDE

40 gig IDE

I don't really use my machine for anything too intensive. Mainly coding, audio apps (mainly Nuendo), listening to tunes and watching TV/Movies/Pr0nz.

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Main PC:

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.85GHz

RAM: 4096Mb

OS: SuSE Linux 10.2 and Windows XP MCE 2005

HDD: 2X 500GB Seagates (SATA)

OPT: Sony Dual Layer DVD +- RW 16x / CDRW 32x

GFX: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 786Mb (Supporting screen 1 and 2)

GFX2: NVIDIA GeForce 6200 256Mb (Supporting screen 3 and 4)

Secondary PC:

CPU: AMD Athlon XP 2000 1.7Ghz

RAM: 1024Mb

OS: Fedora Core 6 and Windows XP Professional

HDD: 1X 160Gb (IDE)

OPT: DVD reader/ CDRW

GFX: NVIDIA GeForce 2 MX 64Mb

Laptop:

MOD: Dell Inspiron 6400

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8Ghz

RAM: 2048Mb

OS: SuSE Linux 10.2 and (VMware: Windows XP Professional)

HDD: 1X Fujitsu 200Gb (SATA)

OPT: TSSCorp DVD +- / CDRW

GFX: ATI X1400 256mb (dedicated)

Server:

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.50GHz

RAM: 8192Mb

OS: Windows Server Small Business Edition

HDD: 4X 500Gb Seagate (IDE) 2X 150Gb Maxtor (SATA)

OPT: 2X Generic DVDRW/ CDRW 1X Tape backup 1X Removable disk bay (IDE) 2X ZIP 1X Fan and Temp Monitor

GFX: NVIDIA GeForce 2 MX 64mb X2 (supporting 2 screens- 1 on each.)

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Asus P5B motherboard

intel core 2 duo 2.13 6400

kingston 2 x 1 GB ddr2 800

Nvidia 7600 gs

Running Vista home prem on 1 harddrive and Ubuntu 6.10 on the other

Macbook 2.0 1 gb ram

superdrive

T-23 IBM thinkpad

1.00 pent III

512 ram

HP a730n

pent 4 3.00

1gb

dual boot Windows xp home and mepis 6

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Compaq Proliant DL580

4 X Intel PIII Xeon 2MB cache

2 GB of PC100 ECC RAM

1 19GB SCSI3 HDD

2 1000/100/10 LAN Cards 64 Bit

Windows Server 2003

HP Pavilion ZD8000

Intel P4 3.00Ghz 2MB Cache with HT

512MB DDR2 3200 RAM

100GB 5400 RPM HDD

256MB ATI Mobility Radeon X600

8x DL DVD-Burner with LightScribe

8 in one Digital Media Reader

802.11 b/g with Speedboost

FastNIC 10/100MB

Next PCs are Salvaged or Frankenboxes I've built or brought back from the dead.

Beige Box Mid-tower

Intel P4 2.53Ghz

512MB of DDR PC2700 RAM

2 x 80 GB Western Digital HD

RAID 0

DVD-RW Burner

64MB Onboard Video

10/100 LAN Card

Mid-tower Blue case with clear side ( MY BABY )

AMD X2 4400+ Torledo Core 2MB Cache X 1MB cache per core

2GB of G.SKILL Dual Channel DDR 400 Memory

1 x 500GB SATA HDD

1 x 200GB SATA HDD

1 x 60GB IDE HDD

512MB ATI Radeon X700 PCI EXPRESS x16

18x Lite-on DVD Burner

Onboard 10/100MB NIC and Sound

Dell Presision 210

2 x PIII 500Mhz CPUs

512MB of PC100 RAM

2 x 60GB IDE Hard drives

RAID 0

32MB Video Card

10/100 NIC Onboard and Sound

CD-RW and ZIP250

Gamer Case Mid Tower

AMD 64 Athlon 3400+

1GB of DDR400 RAM

120GB SATA Hard Drive

128MB PCI-E Video Card

Onboard sound and NIC

DVD-RW Burner

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Freshly built:

Case: Thermaltake Armor series VA8000BWS black aluminum tower

Mobo: Asus Crosshair Socket AM2 nVidia nForce 590 SLI MCP ATX AMD Mobo

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000 Windsor core

RAM: 4gigs DDR2 800 6400

HD: 2 x Seagate Cheetah 147gig 10000rpm in RAID 1

Graphics: XFX nVidia GeForce 8800 GTS 320mb DDR3

PhysX card: Asus PhysX 128 DDR3

Sound: Creative Sound Blaster xFi ExtremeGamer 7.1

Thermaltake Bigwater 745 Liquid System

PSU: 650 watt Antec

Windows XP MCE

Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000

Creative Inspire P7800 7.1 system

This thing cost me an arm and a leg, but it's worth it :twisted:

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i dont own all these computeres, but i will post them as i use them on a regualar basis. (i have a split family)

my gaming rig:

pIII coppermine, 733mhz, OC'ed to 880mhz

ASUS CUSL2 mobo

384 megs ram

geforce2 mx200

creative soundblaster CT4830 (i think)

36gb main drive (with pagefile reduced to almost nothing)

3.6 gb drive for pagefile only

17"crt 9samsung syncmaster 753df)

xp pro (all the fancy features turned off so it appears like win98, improves performance)

(its pretty bad lol)

my father's rig

p4 3ghz with hyperthreading

1 gig kingston ram

80 gig drive

onboard graphics

19" toshiba lcd display

my grandma's rig

celeron D 3ghz

512 megs of ram

onboard graphics

160 gig drive

17" benQ LCD

my moms video editing laptop

amd turion 64 1.86 ghz

1 gig ram

80 gig drive

compaq presario vs2000

greg's audio ibook

g4 (i dont even know which processor, but it was the more expensive model, bought 1 week before apple put out the intel powered macbooks)

1 gig ram

40 gig drive

the ibook, compaq laptop, and the celeron are all at one location and networked together running on dsl that clocks on avg 1.5-2 mbps

the pIII and the p4 as well as an xbox 360 are on a network at another location (my usual place of habitation) they are on cable internet which averages from 6.5 to 10 mbps. i like to brag about it.

i spend most of my time at the pIII/p4 location, but am at the ibook/compaq/celeron location at least every second weekend.

i am effectively the adminstrator of all these systems. i maintain, update, and care for all of them.

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hmm I have a few comps

NeoSpawn (my main rig)

Intel Pentium 4 2.0Ghz Northwood

Asus P4S800D-X Mobo

768MB Generic DDR Ram

ATi Radeon X1300Pro 256MB 8XAGP

1 Maxton 40GB HD

1 Western Digital 80GB HD W/8MB Cache

1 Seagate 120GB HD with 8MB Cache

SoundBlaster LIVE! 5.1 Sound Card

10/100 NIC

Windows XP Pro SP2

PowerMac 6400

150Mhz

32MB of EDO Ram

10GB HD

36.6k modem

10/100 Nic

System 7.01

Old AMD K6

500-833Mhz

Windows 98.

Havent powered it up yet. Neighbors left it when evicted :D

HP Pavilion

Intel Celeron 566 Mhz

Crapy MicroATX board

Onboard video

Onboard sound

10/100 Nic

256MB SDR RAM

20GB HD

Currently running SuSe 10 (I dont like the new SUse...)

HP Pavilion 2

Intel Celeron 233Mhz P2 Class

Dont know mobo

32MB SDR Ram

28.8k Modem

Onboard everything

6GB HD

Windows 98

NEC from Japan

Pentium Pro 150Mhz

Old Mobo with Riser Card (fucking cool looking)

46MB of EDO Ram

Windows 98

Onboard everything

My rigs.

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I am running the l33t un-hackable Gibson. Nuff said.

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I’m in the process of building a new NAS, which is nothing special, just a standard PC with a 16 port RAID controller and a bunch of hard drives. I’ve just ordered the parts for a new Vista PC as I currently don’t have one. 

Vista PC:

Asus P5K3 Deluxe Motherboard

Intel Core2Quad Extreme QX6800

4GB (4 x1GB) CorsairTwinX XMS3 (DDR3)

2 X 512MB Asus HD2900XT

4 x 1000GB HGST (IBM/Hitachi) hard drives.

1000W Coolermaster Real Power PSU

Pioneer DVR-212BK

RME Hammerfall HDSP 9652 Hi-End Pro Audio 52Channel Card

Zalman HD160XT-B Home Theatre PC Enclosure

It’s going to just sit in my home entertainment equipment rack, so I don’t see myself upgrading anything ever.

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Microprocessor  1.66 GHz Intel® Centrino® Duo mobile technology featuring Intel® Core™ Duo processor T2300

Microprocessor Cache 2MB L2 Cache

Memory 1024MB 667MHz DDR2 System Memory (2 Dimm)

Memory Max 2048MB

Video Graphics NVIDIA GeForce Go 7400

Video Memory 128MB discrete + 128MB shared

Hard Drive 200GB (4200RPM) Dual Hard Drive (100GB x 2)

Multimedia Drive LightScribe 8X DVD±RW and CD-RW Combo Drive with Double Layer Support

Display 17.0” WXGA+ High-Definition BrightView Widescreen Display (1440 x 900)

Fax/Modem High speed 56k modem

Network Card Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)

Wireless Connectivity Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

Sound Altec Lansing

Keyboard Notebook keyboard with scroll bar and integrated numeric keypad

2 Quick Launch Buttons (HP Quick Play Music and DVD buttons)

1 Calculator Launch Button

Pointing Device Touch Pad with dedicated vertical Scroll Up/Down pad

PC Card Slots

    * 1 ExpressCard/54 Slot (also supports ExpressCard/34)

    * 1 Type I/II 32-bit card bus (also support 16-bit)

External Ports

    * 4 Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0

    * 1 Headphone out w/SPDIF Digital Audio

    * 1 microphone-in

    * 1 VGA (15-pin)

    * 1 TV-Out (S-video)

    * 1 RJ-11 (modem)

    * 1 RJ -45 (LAN)

    * 1 Expansion Port 2, 1 IEEE 1394 Firewire (4-pin)

    * 1 Consumer IR (Remote Receiver)

Dimensions 11.1"(L) x 15.62"(W) x 1.48"(min H)/1.82"(max H)

Weight 8.1 lbs

Security

    * Kensington® MicroSaver lock slot

    * Power-on password

    * Accepts 3rd party security lock devices

Power

    * 90W AC adapter

    * 8-Cell Lithium-Ion

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Gaming Desktop:

- Windows XP Home Edition.

- Athlon 64 3400+ @ 2.6GHz (Socket 754, Venice Core, 512KB L2 Cache, BigTyphoon CPU cooler).

- EPoX Ep-8NPA SLI Motherboard.

- 2GB (2x 1024MB) of RAM.

- SoundBlaster Audigy 2.

- GeForce 7900GT 256MB @ 650MHz Core / 1.6GHz Memory (Volt moded, Zalman VF-900 GPU cooler).

- 800GB combined hard disk space (across three drives).

- 18X DVD-ROM / DVD Burner.

- Altec Lansing stereo speakers + Sub woofer (2.1).

- 22" Wide Screen (1680x1050) Monitor.

Gaming Laptop (Everex XT5000T with a few upgrades):

- Windows Vista Home Premium.

- Turion 64 TL-50 @ 1.8GHz (Socket S1, Taylor core, 512BK L2 Cache).

- nForce-4 based Motherboard.

- 2GB (2x 1024MB) of RAM.

- HD Audio something-or-other sound card.

- GeForce 7600 Go 256MB (dedicated video RAM, none of that shared crap).

- 200GB Combined Hard Disk Space (added a second internal 100GB drive).

- 8X DVD-ROM / DVD Burner.

- 5-in-1 Card Reader.

- 802.11 B/G WiFi.

- Stereo Speakers + Built in Mini-Sub woofer (best sound I've ever heard from a laptop).

- 17" Wide Screen (1440x900).

Media Center PC:

- Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.

- Athlon FX-55 @ 2.8GHz (Socket 939, San Diego Core, 1MB L2 Cache).

- Asus Micro-ATX Motherboard (too lazy to look up the model).

- 1GB (1x 1024mb) RAM.

- Integrated SoundBlaster Based Sound Card.

- Integrated GeForce 6150.

- 3.3TB Combined Hard Disk Space (6x 500GB Drives + 1x 320GB Drive).

- 18X DVD-ROM / DVD-Burner.

- 5-in=1 Card Reader.

- Attached to an amp connected to a 5.1 speaker setup.

- 42" 1080i Plasma TV (1366x768 native PC Resolution).

I also have an old laptop that I've since retired from service, and a NAS/Smoothwall, although their specs aren't even worth mentioning.

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Desktop:

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600

Asus Commando Motherboard

2x 1GB DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 XMS2 Memory Non-ECC Unbuffered CL5(5-5-5-12)

1x 160 GB Seagate SATAII (System drive)

4x 500 GB Seagate SATAII (Storage I-IV)

1x 160 GB Samsung IDE (Storage V aka Music)

Point of View nVidia 8800GTS 320M

2x 20" Dell Widescreen TFTs

Laptop:

Intel Core Solo ULV

1GB DDR2 Memory

1x 60GB HDD

12.1" Widescreen display

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Type: MacBook Pro (15,4 Inch LED Display)

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2,4 GHz

Memory: 2 Gb

Harddisk: 160 Gb

Videocard: Nvidia 8600 GT (256Mb RAM)

Type: Mac Pro (2x Apple 30 Inch Cinema Display)

Processor: 2 Intel Xeon Quad Processors 3,0 GHz

Memory: 16 Gb

Harddisk: 4x 750Gb

Videocard: Nvidia Quadro FX 4500 (512Mb RAM)

Type: Desktop (Samsung SyncMaster 913N)

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 2,4 GHz

Memory: 2 Gb

Harddisk: 500 Gb

Videocard: Nvidia 7950 GX2 Xtreme (1 Gb RAM)

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My Desktop

Intel Pentium 4, 3.06GHZ

O/S : XP Media Centre

1024MB (1GB) RAM

ATI Radeon Extreme 512MB Dual DVI

80 GB HDD

CD/DVD Burner

Laptop

Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHZ

O/S:  Vista/Fedora 7/OS X

512MB Ram

Inbuilt nVidia 128MB Video Card

40GB HDD

CD/DVD Burner

cheers

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Laptop:

Inspiron B130

1GB Ram

1.7GHz Pentium M

128MB Intel Graphics

15.5" Monitor

A/B/G Wireless

LI-ON Battery

DVD R/W Drive

Windows Xp Pro

Desktop:

AcerPower S Series

Celeron 1.7 GHz

1GB Ram

ATI Radeon 9550 AGP W/VGA,DVI,And S-Video

160GB HDD

20GB HDD

40GB HDD

Windows Xp Pro

Windows Server 2003 Enterprize

Powerup Spyder series Mid-Tower Case

2 120MM Fans With 4 Fan Fan Controler

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get ready for a long post  :lol:

Primary rig

Intel core 2 duo e6300

gigabyte GA-965P-DQ6

2gb ddr2 800mhz (1gb * 2)

ati x1900gt 256mb

raptor 74gb

wd 7200rpm , 8mb cache 120gb hdd (ide)

16x dvd-rw  dl  (ide)

Second rig

AMD athlon 64 3500+

unknown mb (I can't recall)

1gb pc 3200 ram (512mb * 2)

x850xt 256mb

20gb 4200rpm 2mb cache (ide)

asus 52x cd-rom (ide)

8x dvd-rw  (ide)

Third rig

AMD Athlon XP 2000+

abit an7

1gb pc 3200 ram (512mb * 2)

ati radeon 9800 128mb

8gb wd 4200rpm  (ide)

32x cd-rom  (ide)

Fourth rig

AMD Sempron 2600+

(unknown mb)

nvidia fx5200 64mb

512mb pc 2100 ram  (256*2)

6gb wd 4200rpm  (ide)

unknow cd-rom  (ide)

unknown dvd  (ide)

fifth rig

Dell dimension l400c

Intel Celeron 533

128mb pc 100 ram

6gb hdd

integrated everything

used for dos games (those that don't run in dosbox)

Laptops

IBM Thinkpad a31

pentium 4m 1.6ghz

512mb ddr 266mhz

radeon 7500 16mb vram

20gb hdd

floppy

dvd-rom

HP l2000  (lance armstrong edition)

amd turion 64 ml-32

1gb ddr ram

80gb hdd

ati xpress 200m graphics

HP Pavilion ZV6000

athlon 64 3000+ (desktop version)

512mb ddr ram

100gb hdd

ati xpress 200m graphics

Old systems

commodore 64

commodore128

trs-80 model 4

Have more I could add but I don't use those computers anymore.

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HP Pavilion a1133w

Pentium 4 3GHz

3GB DDR2-400 RAM

128MB on-board video (only upgrade slots are PCI also :( wish I would have knew that before I bought)

892GB HDD space (2 SATA, 1 E-IDE, 1 USB 2.0 external  drive)

8x DL DVD+/-RW

Windows XP Pro/MCE 2002 w/ SP 2

Also have a couple of 1GHz computers I'll edit in when I dig them out and add them to my network, as well as a 486/SX, a 486 (*cough* I use it as my NES), I wanna say Pentium 90MHz, and somewhere a I believe a 286

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Athlon 64 3200+ (winne)

Msi K8n neo 4 Platinum

Msi 256MB 7600GS PCI-E

1GB MB Corsair Value

250 GB WD Sata 7200 RPM

40 Gb Seagate Baracuda 5400 RPM

Creative Optical 5000

Samsung SyncMaster 750s

Dual Boot: WinXp & FC6

Altec Lansing VS4121 Sound System

Intel P-III 1.0 GHZ (coppermine)

Qdi SynactiX 5EP

Fx-5200 64-bit 128MB

80 GB Segate Baracuda

Microsoft intelli

Philips 107E4

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What I'm working towards (most of the hardware is present, but I need to work on the software side):

Media/Storage Server:

Intel P4 3.0 GHz

Asus PSCH-L server board

Promise FastTrak TX4 S150 controller card (for 4 SATA ports on top of the 6 on the mobo)

1 GB DDR SDRAM

10x 250 GB Seagate NL35 (configured for software RAID-5, meaning 2.25 TB of usable space)

700W Thermaltake(?) Toughpower powersupply (which isn't enough. I need to eject 1 harddisk to boot it up, then reseat it and reset to complete the boot)

Currently this one has LFS installed, which will soon become Gentoo. I will also add a Hauppauge PVR-350 so it can receive and encode the incoming video. It will make its storage available to the network via NFS and shall on top of this run an Icecast client and server to provide music throughout the home.

Proxy server:

Jetway J7F4 C7 1.2GHz (7w) J7F4K1G2E Fanless (Mini-ITX)

256 MB DDR2 SDRAM

60Watt PicoPSU + powerbrick

Another Gentoo box, this time without moving parts. Picked this model because it has 2 network adapters on board. This one will network-boot off of the storage server.

Other Stuff Server:

1GHz Via EPIA Eden SE Fanless (Mini-ITX)

1 GB DDR SDRAM

2x 200 GB Western Digital SE (configured for software RAID-1, meaning 200 GB of usable space)

120Watt PicoPSU + powerbrick which is likely to get downgraded to 60 Watt since that's proven to be sufficient.

This thing will run server programs for stuff like NTP, DNS, DHCP, PostgreSQL, SQUID, Postfix, LDAP, etc. Using Gentoo I might add.

Personal Workstation / Print Server:

AMD Sempron 2600+ (running in 64-bit)

1 GB DDR SDRAM

2x 200 GB Western Digital SE (configured for software RAID-1, meaning 200 GB of usable space)

Realtek 8169 Gigabit network adapter which appears to have... issues...

Lite-On DVDRW SHM-165P6S

Adaptec 2930 Ultra2 SCSI adapter

HP ScanJet 6300C

HP DeskJet 890C

Creative SoundBlaster PCI64 (or some cheap piece of shit like that)

It will once again run Gentoo for the time being. Mostly for consistency. I might have to replace the printer as it hasn't done anything but collect dust for several years now.

MythTV Client:

1GHz Via EPIA Eden SE Fanless (Mini-ITX)

1 GB DDR SDRAM

60Watt PSU built into the case.

Another Gentoo box without moving parts, but this time it's out of necessity. This machine is to be placed in the living room, so it must be completely silent. It will boot off of the Storage Server and be the front-end of the MythTV server aswell.

The Proxy and Misc Stuff server are together housed in a Travla C147 1U rackmountable case. Workstation and Storage Server are Sharkoon Rebel9 Economy (or whatever the model without the gigantic fan was) cases, in case of the Storage Server, slightly modded to allow the placement of 2 ICY DOCK MB455 multibay removable harddisk enclosures. The MythTV client is housed in a Morex 3688 (silver).

Everything's tied together with a HP ProCurve 2524 which will probably get replaced by some cheap-ass gigabit switch as the gigabit adapter for the 2524 by itself costs more than the 2524 plus an Asus GIGAX 8-port switch...  :???:

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