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Whats ur pc specs?

i'm ashamed to mention mine.. getting an upgrade soon as i need it *sigh*

intel celeron 1.1ghz

256 mb of ram

20 gig HDD

Geforce4 4200ti 8xagp

32,12,40 CD-RW

16x DVD-rom

on board sound argh!!

almost saved for a new cpu(P4 3ghz), mainboard, 1gig of ddr ram, 80gig hdd and NOT an on board sound card yay :)

i'm happy with my burner,dvd,3d card and i got another HDD to play wif :rolleyes:

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3.0GHz Intel P4 HT (800MHz FSB) @ 3.40GHz

Abit Canterwood IC7-G MaxII Advance Motherboard

Corsair 1GB DualDDR XMS3200 TwinX (400MHz)

Hercules 3D Prophet Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB DDR

Creative SB Live! Platinum 5.1

120GB Western Digital Caviar 7,200rpm 8MB Cache

200GB Wester Digital Caviar 7,200rpm 8MB Cache

Pioneer DVD-120 Slot DVD-ROM

LiteOn LTR-52246S 52x/32x/52x CD-RW

Onboard Intel Gigabit Pro/1000 CT NIC

19" Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 930SB CRT Monitor

Floorstanding Stereo Speakers with Amplifier

Logitech Internet Navigator Keyboard Special Edition

Logitech MX 700 Cordless Optical Mouse

Antec TrueBlue 480W PSU

Coolermaster ATC 210B-AX1 Case


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Athlon XP2600

Tharmaltake Volcano 11 w/ Ducting Mod

Westell DSL Modem

Soyo KT400 D.R.A.G.O.N. Ultra Platinum

Antec Full Tower AMG 1080

2 X 512MB Kingston HyperX PC2700


Sound Blaster Live!

Sony DRU510A DVD+-R+-RW

Plextor Premium

Maxtor ATA 133 IDE Card

C:Maxtor 160GB 7200RPM Windows XP sp1

D:Maxtor 200GB 7200RPM Programs

E:Maxtor 200GB 7200RPM Video Storage

F:Maxtor 250GB 7200RPM Misc Storage

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Packard Bell iMedia 5094:

17" CRT Packard Bell Montior

2.53GHz Intel Pentium 4

512 DDR 333MHz RAM

80GB Maxtor HDD (Primary)

40GB Westen Digital HDD (Slave)

Columbia 2 Motherbored

nVidia Gforce4 MX 440se 64MB Memory

Creative Sound Blaster Live 5.1 Sound Card (With Packard Bell Flat Panel Speaker System)

6 USB 2.0 Slots

56 kpbs V92 Modem

Ntl Cable Modem (Speed 150kbps)


CD-RW 52x24x12

Microsoft Windows XP Professional with SP1

Lexmark Z54se Printer

Sony Laptop PCG-F801A

Mobile AMD K6 533MHz


6GB Hard Drive (Primary)

CD-ROM 24x

12.1 SVGA TFT Screen

i.Link port

56kbps modem

Audio and Video on bored

Windows XP Home Edition

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main box:

axp 2500+ @200x10.5 for day to day use

soltek SL-75FRN2-L mobo

2x256 corsair xms pc3200LL

yamaha 16x burner

lg cd-rom

wd 800jb hdd

ati 9800 pro

antec 400wtt psu

cpu&gpu are water cooled

all stuffed in an inwin Q500 tower

cl audigy running to a gemini pmx-2001 mixer/eq->rotel rb-970bx amp-> a pair of vandersteen b1's

win2k3 box

axp 1700+ @166x11 w/ a hhc-001 w/ a 60mm to 80mm adapter

soltek SL-75FRN-L

2x256 samsung pc3200

some old hp dvd rom that i scrounged up



maxtor 160gb


antec 350 watt psu

stuffed into a cheap $40 compusa case

jeebus stryker i thought i had a good amount of storage... but i barely use any of mine :)

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AMD XP2400(2.0GHZ) @ 2.35GHZ (180FSB)

Zalman7000a-cu AIR COOLING

PC3200 Corsair 400mhz CAS2.0 - most advanced timings..

Abit KD-7 RAID

Plextor 12/10/32a


Radeon 9700 128mb (softmod) @ 330/303

Maxtor 160GB 8mb cache ATA133

Maxtor 80GB ATA133

Maxtor 40GB ATA66

Sound system:

Onboard AC97 fiber optic output

Sony 5.1 receiver

1175w total, 2x300w floor speaker, 75w sub, 5x100 surround speakers

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Main Rig

Intel 875PBZ Motherboard

P4 2.4b

512mb KingMax DDR 333

Visiontek Ti4400 Overclocked to a 4600

Msi 52x32x52

LiteOn 16x DVD

SoundBlaster Live 5.1

WD 120 8mb buffer Special edition

Zalman CNPS5700D-Cu

CoolerMAster ATC 220b AX1 Case


Abit BE6-2

P3 800e @900

768mb Pc150

ATi Rage 128

LiteOn 16x DVD

SoundBlaster Live 5.1

WD 40

Maxtor 20

Koolance Watercooled case

Media Box

Hacked Xbox

X-Ecuter 2.2 Lite +

Samsung 160

Blue Led switch Mod

IR Powerswitch Mod

Runnung latest X-Ecutor Bios w/ Evox Dash

XBox Media Player 2.4

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  • 4 weeks later...

AMD = P4 :)

aXP 2000+ 1667mhz 266fsb - aXP 3200+ 2173mhz 378fsb

Kingston ddr-sdram pc2700 512meg 333mhz - oc 378mhz

Soltek KT400 AL

onboard via 100mb lan

NC3121 100mb lan pci card

Realtek 10mb lan pci card

Creative Vibra 128 sound

Nvidia G FX 5200 oc - 297mhz core / 400mhz mem

Conexant 56k v.90

Maxtor 80gb 7200rpm

D: 20gb - Games

I: 56gb - Storage

Seagate 40gb 7200rpm

C: - 20gb Boot and Games and ISO file Storage (Virtual cd-rom)

E: - 20gb System and Storage

Sony 8x4x32 CD Burner

Benq 16x dvd - + 48x cd

300 Watt Kingworld psu

Some Generic Case

60mm amd cooler front side intake case fan ( cools the drives )

80mm thermaltake back side outake case fan

80mm sanyo denki 1982 aluminium terminal server outake back case fan ( lol ! )

Thermaltake Volcano 7+ cpu hsf - Set on low

15 inch Monitor

Logitech Elite Keyboard Black

Microsoft Mouse Explorer 3.0

Canon S400 Printer

Canon LIDE Canoscan N 340p Scanner

I have a picture of my system specs as they are in Operation>>CLicketyClickaty<<

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Asus A7N8X Deluxe mobo

AMD XP 2700+

1 GB Crucial PC3200 DDRAM

MSI Geforce 4 Ti4200

Pioneer A06 DVD+/-RW

LiteOn 52x32x52 Burner

80 GB WD ATA/100 7200RPM 8MB cache HD

120 GB Seagate ATA/100 7200RPM 8MB cache HD

19" Viewsonic CRT monitor

Basic MS KB/mouse combo

I guess thats about it...built it about 3 months ago :)

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AMD AthlonXP 2100+ @ 1768 MHz (1729 MHz by default) with stock cooling.

Gigabyte GA-7VAXP motherboard

256 Mb Samsuns DDR 333 MHz

MSI GeForce4 MX440

Maxtor 40 Gb @ 7200 rpm

Maxtor 20 Gb @ 5400 rpm

HP 8000+ CD-RW 4x/4x/20x

Pioneer DVD-Rom 8x

Cheapo floppy

Leadtek Winfast TV2000 Deluxe TV-tuner

AOpen FM56-PX 56k V.92 modem

Onboard NIC and sound

NEC AS95F 19" monitor

Some HP keyboard

Logitech MX300 mouse

Koss 4.1 speakers

Enermax 300 W PSU

Nikao Atos case

It's working fine, but I'd like to upgrade the speakers (they are crappy), the soudn card, the RAM, and the CD-RW to a DVD+/-RW

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