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  • Computer Chat Computer Specs?

    Just curious. What type of computer do you have?

    Me?

    I have:

    Dell--It's soo old, it probably doesn't have a brand.
    384 MB of RAM
    Pentium III Processor
    996 MHz
    Windows XP Professional: Service Pack 3.

    My computer is old. Antique Roadshow old. Here is what I'm getting, I guess.

    2 GB of RAM
    Pentium 4 Processor
    160 GB Hard Drive
    2.4 Ghz
    Windows XP Professional: Service Pack 3.

    And for those who have NO clue on how to find their specs:

    Start>Control Panel>System

    I even attached a link to a screen shot of how to do it. How nice of me.

    http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/g...12/VistaCP.jpg

    EDIT: FYI. I am running XP. I just skinned my computer to look like Vista. I like how it looks. Just not how it runs.

  • #2
    My desktop
    Fedora 9
    Intel Pentium 4 3.20GHz HT
    2GB RAM
    ATI x600xt
    200+400GB HDD
    ...Time to upgrade soon~

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    • #3
      XP Pro
      Q6600 Quadcore processor (OC'd to 3.5ghz)
      Custom cooling fans and heatsinks everywhere (Inc. various zalmans and artic-cooling products)
      CoolerMaster Stacker 832 (My baby)
      4GB Corsair DDR2 RAM
      8 x Seagate ST3750330AS 750GB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm *32MB Cache*
      8800GT graphics card (nothing amazing as I don't game)
      Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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      • #4
        Windows Vista Home Premium
        Ubuntu 8.04
        Pentium 4 2.4Ghz (Old, needs replaced)
        Xion case with three 5 inch fans in various places.
        1GB DDR2 RAM (Need more, )
        320 GB HDD (for Windows Vista)
        40 GB HDD (for Ubuntu)
        nVidia FX5200 256MB Graphics (not special, just what is supported by Vista, I don't run games that have ridiculous requirements)
        Ryan Ashbrook - My Blog - My Twitter

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        • #5
          Mac Pro

          Gallery: http://www.vbulletin-fans.com/macpro/
          Specs: http://www.vbulletin-fans.com/macpro/macpro.rtf

          2x Xeon CPU with Dual Core @ 2.66 Ghz with 4MB L2 Cache
          4x 512MB and 4x 1GB RAM
          1x 250GB HDD, 1x 320GB HDD, 1x 750GB HDD, 1x 1TB HDD internal
          2x80GB HDD, 1x 500GB HDD, 1x 750GB, 1x 1TB HDD external on usb2/fw800
          1x nVidia 7300 256MB GPU on PCI-X
          2x Dell 2005FPW 20.1" 1680x1050 Monitors on DVI-D
          1x Logitech Wireless MX1000 Laser Mouse
          1x Apple Aluminum Keyboard Wired
          1x Logitech 2.1 ZX2300 Speaker set
          Mac OS 10.5.4 Leopard 64bit
          VMWare Fusion with XP/Vista/Ubuntu

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          • #6
            Nice computer, Floris. Better than mine. By far. Really good stats, and its shiny, to make it look even better. =)

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            • #7
              Can somebody help? I need Floris' address, a large sports bag/suitcase/swag bag, a dark outfit, and a balaclava.

              My computer will celebrate it's 6th birthday in a couple of months:

              It shows as 1.60 Ghz pentiom 4 processor, 504mb of Ram, 2 hard disks on 40gb one 20gb, some crappy sound card, crappy graphics card that's built on to the motherborad. To think it was top of the range when I first got it.

              It can't handle my multi tasking very well.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tony Clifton View Post
                Can somebody help? I need Floris' address, a large sports bag/suitcase/swag bag, a dark outfit, and a balaclava.

                My computer will celebrate it's 6th birthday in a couple of months:

                It shows as 1.60 Ghz pentiom 4 processor, 504mb of Ram, 2 hard disks on 40gb one 20gb, some crappy sound card, crappy graphics card that's built on to the motherborad. To think it was top of the range when I first got it.

                It can't handle my multi tasking very well.
                I'm surprised it can handle the internet :P
                Dean Clatworthy - Web Developer/Designer

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dean C View Post
                  I'm surprised it can handle the internet :P
                  Me too lol, it's been a faithfull little bugger.

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                  • #10
                    My laptop has 1 GB RAM Windows XP SP 3 and I don't know the processor and can't be bothered to look.

                    Desktop 3 GB RAM Windows Vista, Intel Pentium Dual Processor 2.20 GHZ, it says 32 bit operating system or processing system, no idea what that means.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by legionofangels2 View Post
                      My laptop has 1 GB RAM Windows XP SP 3 and I don't know the processor and can't be bothered to look.

                      Desktop 3 GB RAM Windows Vista, Intel Pentium Dual Processor 2.20 GHZ, it says 32 bit operating system or processing system, no idea what that means.
                      Well, according to the Intel site, it appears your CPU is 64 bit, but more than likely your OS is 32 bit. Since it's only 32 bit, you're pretty much limited to around 3GB of RAM.
                      As it is, I thought I had read that some versions of Vista limited how much RAM they would let you use. So if you did actually have a 64bit version of Vista installed, you'd need to upgrade to a more expensive version in order to fully use all of your RAM. If I'm wrong, let me know, as I don't run Vista.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Chousho View Post
                        Well, according to the Intel site, it appears your CPU is 64 bit, but more than likely your OS is 32 bit. Since it's only 32 bit, you're pretty much limited to around 3GB of RAM.
                        As it is, I thought I had read that some versions of Vista limited how much RAM they would let you use. So if you did actually have a 64bit version of Vista installed, you'd need to upgrade to a more expensive version in order to fully use all of your RAM. If I'm wrong, let me know, as I don't run Vista.
                        I can't say that you're wrong, because I don't know what the deal is with it at all. However I chose Vista Basic and not Premium or whatever the other options are, as Basic uses the least amount of RAM as per what the Computer Sales Rep told me.

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                        • #13
                          Intel Pentium I
                          64.0MB ram
                          4MB GFX
                          Windows 1.0

                          Last edited by JakeS; Sun 3rd Aug '08, 8:29am.

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                          • #14
                            Dont take this the wrong way people, but for a forum so technical some of your pcs.... :|


                            Core 2 Quad Q9450 @ 3.4Ghz
                            8Gb (4x2gb) ReaperX 1000Mhz
                            8800GTX SLI
                            2x750gb
                            2x1Tb (external backps)
                            3x24" screens (one being rma'ed atm)
                            X-Fi
                            Z-5500.
                            Blu-Ray/HD-DVD drive.

                            Granted im more multimedia ^_^

                            will post pics once my camera decides to stop hiding from me :|)

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ac1d1dty View Post
                              Dont take this the wrong way people, but for a forum so technical some of your pcs.... :|
                              It's not the size of your PC, but how you use it.

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