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No ddr2 is cheap like 40 bucks for 2 gigs... its the ddr that kills me... just rediculas prices for 1 gig... i'm not even kidding... just rediculus.. i am tempted to upgrade my motherboard.. just to switch to ddr2

silentknight329, i have a pc for sale, its £75 and it has 1.5gb of ddr 400:P

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Microsoft

Xbox 360 x2

Xbox x5 (three softmodded, one stock, one broken)

Sony

Playstation 2 x2 (Fat Styles)

PSOne x2

Playstation x3 (with accesory to region free / play backups)

PSP

Nintendo

Wii

Gamecube

N64 x3

SNES x2 (one stock, one region free)

NES x2 (one stock, one region free)

Virtual Boy

Gameboy Advance SP

Gameboy Advance x3

Gameboy Color x3

Gameboy Pocket

Gameboy x3

Nintendo DS

Sega List

Dreamcast

Saturn

Genesis x4

Master System

Sega Cd II

Sega 32X

Game Gear

Atari

Atari 2600 x3

Atari 65XE

Magnavox

Odyssey 2

Odyssey 400

Odyssey 3000

Assorted

Intellivision x2 (origional version, and Sylvania version)

Intelivision II

ColecoVision

Commodore 64

VIC 20

TRS 80 CoCo II

TRS 80 Model 100 x2

Wonder Wizard

Arcadia 2001

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I think that's all the consoles I have. Been a while since I have updated the list, though.

If I play pc games, I use this laptop. 1.7Ghz Intel Celeron with 512mb ram.

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in no real order

atari 2600 (2)

game gear (sega)

gameboy (original fat)

gameboy pocket

DS lite

Wii

PSP

ps2

psone

NES

NEX (kicks ass http://www.playmessiah.com/products/classi...me-console.htm)

SNES

N64

dreamcast

genesis

XBOX (original)

id like to start collecting some of the classic games and consoles if i can get the cash. starting with sega master system. i'd kill for "the angry video game nerd"'s collection. damn. http://cinemassacre.com/AVGN/Nes_Nerd.html

i use the term gaming rig very loosely

Manufacturer: Dell Computer Corporation

Processor: Intel® Pentium® M processor 1400MHz

Memory: 512MB RAM

Hard Drive: 39 GB

Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5200

Monitor: Default Monitor

Sound Card: SigmaTel Audio

Speakers/Headphones: Basic Laptop Speakers

Keyboard: dell usb keyboard

Mouse: logitek mouse

Mouse Surface: Anything that works. love optical.

Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 2 (2600.xpsp_sp2_gdr.070227-2254)

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consoles:

Playstation 1

Playstation 2

Playstation 3

Nintendo 64

PC:

XFX 780i

Intel Core2Quad 2.4ghz

Windows Vista Ultimate

2gb of OCZ 8500 ddr2

2x nVidia Geforce 9800GTX PLUS 512mb SLi

500gb HDD, 40gb and another

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My set up is not the best. I cannot afford something thats really good. What i have i like atm though. The motherboard is a budget brand yes. I found no real bad stuff about this board though. And I love to try new stuff that may present a challenge. Board is running great for what i use it for ...which is gaming. Also on this computer i wanted to try ati graphic cards instead of my usual nvidia.. since i have never used ati products before..not sure if i like ati too much yet atm..

Amd phenom 9750 processor

Jetway Amd 790FX motherboard

OCZ SLI-Ready Edition 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400)

2x POWERCOLOR AX3650 512MD3-P Radeon HD 3650 512MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported Video Card ...(i have 2 of these for the crossfire action)

Western Digital VelociRaptor 300GB 10K, 16MB, SATA Hard drive

windows vista home

logitech G3 laser mouse way better than the old one i had in the pic below.

Picture below is of my computer basically. But the guts are the old guts... amd 64 3200 w/bettle thermaltake cooling, asus motherboard, 2gig ocz pc 3200 ddr ram, a 6600gt nvidia graphic card, 80gig western digital sata really slow hard drive, windows xp. BUT the case I still use ..and i did the blow hole in the top. which was fun and cool..=D

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I have a PS3, and my "gaming" rig goes like so:

ASRock 939 Dual-SATA

AMD Athlon 3800+ x64

1GB Kingston Value Ram 667mhz (2 x 512mb)

160 GB IDE HDDs (2 x 80gb)

BFG 6600 OC w/ 256mb

ViewSonic 19" 8ms Monitor (1440x900)

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2 360s (one broken MS is being obnoxious as usual)

N64 (maybe today

Nintendo DS

Gameboy advance

sega dream cast

and my gaming rig is a dell xps410

Standard case

dual 19 inch wide screen and 17inch

250GB internal

300 external WD

nvidia 8600gts 512mb

3GB ram

2.16 dual core processor

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Well, lets not be fridgid, ill pop my techollection up :)

Consoles i have:

PS1 (big ass old skool stylee)

PS2(as above.. old skool)

SNES

NES

Xbox360

Nintendo Wii

Nintendo DS Lite

I hardly use them though.

I also have a 15" MacbookPro as my "no crap" laptop for professional stuff (no porn/films/games.. ok maybe a couple of games) it runs Leopard. or the leopard runs. one or the other.

My most recent purchase is my Advent 4211, which is a rebadged MSI wind. This is destined to be my HakTop, running Ubuntu Currently.

Main PC (doubles as the Gaming Rig)

Dell Inspiron 5100 (slightley modified)

2.8GHz Intel Pentium 4

3mb DDR2 RAM

Geforce 9400GT 512mb Graphics card

500w Orchid PSU

on Board 5.1 surround sound

Reoc surround sound stylee speakers

Packard Bell Optical mouse (with wear marks on the buttons)

Standard Dell Keyboard

Oh and im using My TV as a monitor, and its a 19" Swisstec HDTV

Next Purchase:

Gaming Chair

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Dell Inspiron 5100 (slightley modified)

2.8GHz Intel Pentium 4

3mb DDR2 RAM

Geforce 9400GT 512mb Graphics card

500w Orchid PSU

on Board 5.1 surround sound

Reoc surround sound stylee speakers

Packard Bell Optical mouse (with wear marks on the buttons)

Standard Dell Keyboard

Oh and im using My TV as a monitor, and its a 19" Swisstec HDTV

Wow man your ahead of the game, cant wait til i get that much RAM... lol just messin w ya

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Nintendo ds

Nintendo gamecube

Xbox 360

PSP

Sega MegaDrive

Laptop, MacBook Pro. I added more ram 4gb now, dual boot with windows vista ultimate. Game on either OS X or Vista depending on the game.

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Consoles:

XBox360 (currently RROD)

PS2 Slimline

N64

Mega Drive 2

Gameboy

PC:

4600 X2 Socket 939

4GB DDR2

BFG Tech GeForce 7950 GT OC 512MB PCI-E

SFF Shuttle Base Unit

Twin 21" TFT's Running DVI

It plays all the games I have any interest in at maximum so I'm happy.

Also have another rig next to my bed for just playing videos, lazy days and WoW sessions on:

Bed Rig:

1.8Ghz p4 Hyperthread

2GB DDR 3200

GeForce 5200 FX 128Meg

80GB Hard Drive

SFF Shuttle Base Unit

19" TFT

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Consoles:

Wii, GCN, DS

Rig:

Processor: Intel E6750 -2.66GHz -> OC'd to 3.2GHz

Memory: OCZ 2GB

Hard Drive: 320GB WD 7.2krpm HD

Video Card: nVidia 8800GTS 320mb -> OC'd to 620/1000

Monitor: LG 22"

Sound Card: Razer Barracuda

Speakers/Headphones: Logitech 7.1 speakers, Razer Barracuda Headset

Keyboard: Razer Lycosa

Mouse: Razer Copperhead

Operating System: Windows Vista 32bit Home Premium (don't laugh <_<)

Motherboard: ASUS P32N-SLI (forgot the exact name...)

Computer Case: Apevia Jr. Jupiter (w/ a custom window etching by me :D)

<3 Razer.

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Lets see...

Atari pong

Atari 2600

Atari 5200

Atari 7800

Atari Lynx

Colecovision

Intellivision 2

Sega 16

Sega Genisis

Sega Dreamcast

Sega CD

Vectrex

Sony PS

Sony PS2

Sony PSP

Microsoft XBOX

Microsoft XBOX 360 (on my 4th one)

Nintendo Gameboy

Nintendo Gameboy Advanced

Nintendo

Nintendo 64

Nintendo Wii

C64

and the list goes on... Too many to recall and a solid game collection and periphrial collection for each. (spell check that)

I also have full sized arcade machines. DKjr, Tron, Asteroids Deluxe, Galaxian, Super Pac Man, Kangaroo, Neo Geo with about 20 games in it, Jamma that includes SF2 CE, MK, WWF wrestlefest, and another 10 games, Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back, Pole Position

Also a Terminator 2 pinball

A ton of game related stuff such as magazines and all that crap they would sell.

PC, quad core, intel based, vista 64, 4 gb of DDR 2 and a 24" lcd.

Cheers,

MrC.

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k i upgraded my comp :P here we go:

Manufacturer: Custom built

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 6000+, MMX, 3DNow (2 CPUs), ~3.0GHz

Memory: 2048MB RAM OCZ Platnium DDR2 Upgrading to 4gb OCZ Reaper

Hard Drive: 80 GB ~ SATA

External: 160GB ~ Firewire

Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 3870 Saphire

Monitor: HP vs17

Sound Card: SoundMAX HD Audio

Mouse Surface: Tablet.. for a mouse pad..

Operating System: Windows XP Professional

Motherboard: ASUS M2R32-MVP

Computer Case: Microwave WOOT

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Gaming PC:

CPU: AMD Athlon X2 5000+ Black Edition (Dual Core, overclocked to 3.2GHz)

Motherboard: Foxconn C51XEM2AA nForce 590 SLI (Link for specs and review)

RAM: 6GB DDR2 1000MHz (2x4GB + 2x1GB) in dual channel mode.

Hard Disk 1: Two (2x) SATA Seagate 7200.10 320GB (in RAID1 as OS Drive)

Hard Disk 2: Two (2x) SATA Seagate 7200.11 1TB (in RAID1 as Storage Drive)

Optical Drive: LG 22x SATA DVD-RW Drive

Video Card 1: Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 896mb.

Video Card 2: Nvidia GeForce 8800GTS 320mb.

Sound Card 1: SoundBlaster Xfi.

Sound Card 2: SoundBlaster Audigy 2.

Case: LianLi PC 65B (Fan holes increased in size to fit 120mm fans)

Case Fans: All fans are Yate Loon 120mm model D12SL-12 (black)

Power Supply: Ultra 630w with ForceFlex cables.

CPU Heatsink: XIGMATEK HDT-S1284EE (Product Link)

Monitor 1: ChiMei CMV 221D (22" wide screen LCD) on GTX260.

Monitor 2: ChiMei CMV 221D (22" wide screen LCD) on GTX260.

Monitor 3: ChiMei CMV 221D (22" wide screen LCD) on 8800GTS.

Mouse: Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer .

Keyboard: Saitek Eclipse 1 (Blue version).

Speakers: Altec Lansing Model 221 (Stereo speakers + subwoofer, 2.1).

Gamepad: Wireless Official XBOX 360 Gamepad.

Operating System: Windows Vista Ultimate x64.

The 8800GTS handles my 3rd monitor and also does PhysX processing in games that support it. In most games, I play across all 3 monitors using SoftTH to do the spanning to the 3rd monitor (the GTX260 does all the 3D rendering, the 8800GTS is only used as an extra display head).

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PS3

XBOX 360

XBOX Moded (with NES, SNES, Sega Genesis emulators on XBox Media Center )

...BONUS Netflix/Roku box and there all connected to my Sony Bravia

PC Stats

AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+

ASUS M3A32-MVP Deluxe (onboard audio used for ventrillo)

8GB Memory

3x 500GB, 1x 320GB HDD's internal

3x 320GB external (2 USB, 1 eSATA)

ATI Redeon HD 4870

Creative X-FI Fatality Titanium (PCI Express version, Connected to Kenwood KRF-V6090D 6x LS-V750 spkrs + SW-508 sub)

stuffed inside a SilverStone TJ07

on Triple boot of Vista Ult. x64, XP Pro x64, Ubuntu Desktop x64

...Bonus Everything connected to 2x Linksys Gigabit switches (upstairs, downstairs) then routed to a Linksys WRT54GL (modded with DD-WRT .. best upgrade ever .. 1 month stable, heres to several more).

planing on upgrading to AMD quad core and an aditional 4870x2 model for triple monitor..4870x2 for main monitor my current 4870 for the 2 side monitors

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planing on upgrading to AMD quad core and an aditional 4870x2 model for triple monitor..4870x2 for main monitor my current 4870 for the 2 side monitors

I've been down that road before, it's best to attach your left and center screens to your primary card, then leave the right screen to your secondary card. It keeps less traffic from clogging up the PCIe bus when moving windows from monitor-to-monitor.

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I've been down that road before, it's best to attach your left and center screens to your primary card, then leave the right screen to your secondary card. It keeps less traffic from clogging up the PCIe bus when moving windows from monitor-to-monitor.

I wanted the 4870x2 for just one monitor so it can play games in single monitor mode while my side monitors can split the 4870 (for non game info)

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I wanted the 4870x2 for just one monitor so it can play games in single monitor mode while my side monitors can split the 4870 (for non game info)

You can actually crossfire a 4870x2 with a 4870 and run multi-monitor at the same time, there's really no reason to hook up two outer screens to the secondary card (all you'll get is a performance hit, however slight it might be).

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