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  • ian.mac.com
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    Mac Pro
    2 X 2.8 Quad core (8 core)
    6 GB ram
    500 MB SATA 2
    500 MB SATA 2
    750 MB SATA 2
    500 External for time machine
    8800 GT 512 MB
    Benq 24" LCD

    Ian

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  • kuyenmotdivad
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    Operating System :- Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (64Bit Edition)
    Processor :- Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 G0 Stepping (2.4GHz | 8MB Cache)
    Motherboard :- Gigabyte GA-P35C-DS3R
    Memory :- Corsair 4GB Kit (DDR2 @ 800MHz | PC2-6400 | 2x2GB)
    Graphics :- Point Of View 9600GT (512MB)
    Hard Drive :- Seagate ST3500320AS (500GB | SATA II | 32MB Cache)
    DVD Drive :- Pioneer DVR-215BK (SATA II | DVD±RW)
    Case :- Antec Nine Hundred 900 (ATX | Tower)
    Monitor :- LG L226WTQ-SF (22" Widescreen | 2MS | 5000:1)
    Power :- Coolermaster eXtreme (650W | ATX @ 12V)
    Keyboard :- Logitech DiNovo Edge (USB)
    Mouse :- Logitech MX Air (USB)
    Speakers :- Logitech X-530 (5.1 Surround Sound | 70W)

    My PC is fairly new as I made it in May 2008, So it should do me for another year or so if the games I play dont get to power hungry.
    Last edited by kuyenmotdivad; Fri 8 Aug '08, 12:41pm. Reason: Missed a space.

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  • tgillespie
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    I'm really feeling a new system soon. Working with large images in Photoshop is becoming very frustrating with only 1GB of memory. My specs.

    Intel P4 3.0GHz
    1GB DDR Dual Channel
    ATi 9800XT
    1 80GB 7200 for OS
    1 300GB 7200 for media

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  • Quillz
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    Originally posted by MrNase View Post
    What did you pay for that extra?
    Well, it cost at least $50 extra. And for another $100, I could have gotten the "upgraded" iMac on/off button that was mounted on the front instead of the back.

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  • RichM
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    Operating System: Ubuntu 8.04
    CPU: Intel Q6600
    GPU: Nvidia 8800GT 512MB
    RAM: 3GB DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400
    Motherboard: ASUS P5B
    PSU: Tagan 430W ATX 2.0
    HDD: Seagate 250GB 16MB Cache 7200.10RPM SATA2 (x2)

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  • Freezerator
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    Work: Dell Optiplex 755, 19" tft widescreen, XP Pro, 2GB ram and E8200. Best thing: I can't hear it running

    Home: Homebuild system, E6600 @ 3Ghz, 4GB ram, Vista Ultimate 64bit, 8800GTX, Raid 5 with 320GB disks and seperate raidcontroller and 17" tft.

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  • MrNase
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    Originally posted by Quillz View Post
    Power button
    What did you pay for that extra?

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  • Quillz
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    iMac 17'' @ 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
    2 GB memory
    160 GB hard drive
    SuperDrive
    Power button
    iSight camera
    Built-in white plastic casing

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  • MrNase
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    Nothing special.

    iMac 17''
    Mac OS 10.5.4
    1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo
    2 GB


    MacBook 13''
    Mac OS 10.5.4
    1.83 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    2 GB


    Custom built with 24'' display
    XP Pro
    2.40 GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
    4 GB

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  • SNN
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    Dell Inspiron 1501
    XP Pro x64 bit
    1.5 GB RAM
    80 Gigabyte hard drive disk (+1 TB Network storage [total])
    ATi Radeon Xpress 1150
    AMD 64 Processor (Don't feel like getting exact details)
    1280 x 800 Screen Display (15" or 17" screen, don't remember)
    Wireless 802.11 a/b/g

    Mine works perfectly for what I mainly do, develop, email, browse the internet, play games

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  • legionofangels2
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    Originally posted by Chousho View Post
    It's not the size of your PC, but how you use it.
    Agreed, mine works perfectly, no freeze, no lag, nothing.

    If it didn't I'd be calling Dell complaining.

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  • Chousho
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    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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  • ac1d1dty
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    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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  • JakeS
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    Intel Pentium I
    64.0MB ram
    4MB GFX
    Windows 1.0

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

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  • legionofangels2
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    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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