The Signature Thread: Post your PC Specs here

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#101

Growing up can suck. But I am so glad I have tech goodies…


#102

infact it is my system, i was building it when i posted that, i decided on the 2 dvd-rw’s. other than that its exactly like the post says

wasnt a wishlist…

i am 18 and i have bills to pay but i have alot of extra cash after they are payed, so i treated myself.

if u want some pics of it i am sure i could manage something


#103

[B]System Birthday:[/B] 7/27/2006
[B]CPU:[/B] AMD 3800X2 overclocked to 2.35ghz
[B]Motherboard:[/B] Asus A8R-MVP
[B]Memory:[/B] 2GB (4x512MB) Kingston HyperX PC3200
[B]Graphics:[/B] ATI X1900 512MB overclocked @675mhz
[B]Audio:[/B] SoundSound Blaster Live 24-bit
[B]Monitor:[/B] Benq FP91G+
[B]HD’s:[/B] Western Digital WD2500KS 250GB SATA II x2
Western Digital WD1600JS 160GB SATA II
Maxtor 6Y200P0 200GB PATA
[B]ODD’s:[/B] Benq DW1640 Firmware BSRB
Lite-On 181AP GLOC
Pioneer 111L Firmware TDB 8.29
[B]Via Silicon Image SiI 0680 ATA/133 Controller:[/B] Benq DW1655 Firmware BCIB & LG H10L Firmware LL11
[B]Printer:[/B]HP 1210V All-In-One
[B]Case:[/B]CoolerMaster Centurion 5 CAC T05
[B]CPU Cooler:[/B]Artic Cooling Freezer 64
[B]PSU:[/B]Antec NeoPower 480w
[B]Keyboard and Mouse:[/B]Logitech Wireless

Updated 01/01/2007


#104

My old rig I am using (soon going to be retired):
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.4B 533FSB
M/B: Gigabyte with 845PE chipset
RAM: 2x 256MB Corsair DDR400 Low latency stuff
GFX: Radeon 9100 AGP Card
Audio: Onboard :Z
Monitor: EIZO 17" with Sony Trinitron CRT :bow:
PSU: Antec 400W
HDD: 1x IBM Deathstar 80GB ATA :Z but still working
1x WD 80GB ATA
1x Seagate 120GB ATA
1x Samsung 400GB USB
SCSI: 2x Adaptec 2940U :bow:
IDE: 1x PCI IDE Card No Brand
ODD: 1x Sanyo BP3 SCSI
2x SONY CDU921S-PR SCSI :bow:
1x Plextor 40x CD-ROM SCSI
2x Plextor 12/10/32S SCSI :bow:
1x Sony CRX160S SCSI
1x Toshiba 16x DVD-ROM IDE
1x Pioneer 16X DVD-ROM SCSI
1x NEC 3500 IDE
1x Plextor 708A IDE
NIC: 1x PCI 10/100 DEC Tulip (21140 series) :bow:
1x Realtek 10/100 Onboard (not used)
FDD: Mitsumi 3Mode FDD
Case: Generic tower type case
Cooling: 3x SANYO 80mm Fans @ 3000+ RPM
K/B: No Brand Mechanical. Those noisy old keyboards you had about 19+ yrs ago LOL. But I love that key touch and key stroke
Mouse: Logitech MX510
Well thats about it…
While writing this I started wondering who is still using a NIC with DEC cip (maybe some linux users ?) and 2 SCSI Boards besides me…LOL I realy would like to know!


#105

Revised Spec:

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ AM2
Motherboard: MSI nForce 570 SLI MCP K9N SLI-2F 1000FSB
Ram: 4GB Corsair Memory XMS2-6400 DDR II SDRAM
HDD’S: 6 X Seagate Barracuda 750GB = 4500GB
Graphics Cards: 2 X Radeon X1950 C/F 512MB PCI-E = 1GB Graphics
Power Unit: Hiper 580W Type-R Modular PSU SLI/CrossFire Certified - Blue
Case: Antec P180 EU Aluminium Super Miditower
Optical Drives: 2 X Sony 18x DVD+/-RW, Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi front panel
Case Fans: 4 X 120mm Tricool Fans.
Sound Card: Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Xtreme Gamer Fatal1ty FPS
Keyboard: Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
Mouse: Logitech MX1000 Cordless Laser Mouse


#106

Slight update here so I can update my sig link.

CPU: Pentium D, 3.40 GHz
Mobo: MSI MS7173
RAM: 2 gig DDR2
Graphics: Integrated ATI Radeon Xpress 200
HDD: HDT722525DLA380 Hitachi Deskstar 250GB SATA
Additional: VIA FireWire card
Additional: Sony Card Reader
NIC: My trusty D-Link DFE-530TX
Sound: onboard Realtek HDAudio
ODD: TSSTcorp SH-S182D
ODD: LiteOn 165P6S
ODD: BenQ 1640@164B (external)
ODD: LG E10N (external)
PSU: Fortron 350W
Monitor: LG L1717S
Printer/Scanner: Lexmark X3330 AIO, Epson R265
Speakers: Altec Lansing 2.1 (my babies)

…And a keyboard and mouse :stuck_out_tongue:


#107

Home built
Pentium 4 3.4 Ghz HT

Ram 2 GB
HDD 2x 200GB
Drives liteon dvd burner and dvd rom
printer HP psc 2410
monitor CTX 19 inch LCD
Mainboard MSI
Video Capture card MSI
Card reader
floppy drive
web cam

other things I can’t remember right now


#108

New System:
CPU: Intel C2D 6400 (OCed to 3Ghz)
HSF: Scythe Andy Samurai (with aftermarket fan)
Mainboard: Asustek P5B-E Plus
RAM: 2x 1GB G.Skill DDR-800 CL4
HDD: 1x 160GB and 2x 400GB Seagate SATA drives, 1x Samsung 400GB by Buffalo (external), 1x Seagate 120GB (external)
ODD: 1x Sanyo BP3 SCSI to USB (external)
2x SONY CDU921S-PR SCSI (external)
1x Plextor 40x CD-ROM SCSI (external)
2x Plextor 12/10/32S SCSI (external)
1x Toshiba 16x DVD-ROM USB (external)
1x Pioneer 16X DVD-ROM SCSI to USB (external)
1x NEC 3500
1x Plextor 708A
1x Plextor 760A (still needs to be installed)
1x Pioneer 112D (still needs to be installed)
PCI cards: 1x Adaptec SCSI cards,1x PCI-E Sound board, 1x PCI IDE controller with ITE Chip, 1x PCI 10/100 DEC Tulip (21140 series) NIC
NIC: onboard and trusty old DEC
PSU: Seasonic 550W
Monitor: EIZO 17" with Sony Trinitron CRT
FDD: Mitsumi 3Mode FDD
Case: Thermatake Armor
K/B: No Brand Mechanical. Those noisy old keyboards you had about 19+ yrs ago LOL. But I love that key touch and key stroke
Mouse: Logitech MX510
Others: USB memory card reader, USB Hub, 2GB USB memory stick


#109

Still using my old school dino,(see post 60) but yes, it still works :stuck_out_tongue:

I am building a new sys … Not as spiffy as some listed above, but it will still complete the jobs I do nicely … Lost the need to keep up with the latest techno gadgets when my son was born 12 years ago. Sure I can still afford it, but I can’t convince myself that buying the latest greatest is smart when just using last gen stuff can be done for considerbly less and still get the job done nicely.

Besides … I love going places with my son and that leaves me a lot less time to play on the puter than before … And I’m just fine with that :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

Don’t get me wrong, I applaud those that can and do build killer systems, it’s just not what I choose to do anymore, but as long as there are guys/girls out there building monster machines, the tech industry will continue to develope new techno gadgets for all … and that’s a good thing :clap: :clap: :clap:

Will update my sys specs as soon as the new one is completed


#110

CPU: Intel Coreâ„¢2 Duo Processor E6600 2.4GHz w/ 4MB Cache.
CASE: Thermaltake Tsunami dream Tower. Black.
Cooling: CPU: Zalman CNPS9500 AT Ultra quiet Case: 2x Antec tricool 120MM.
MOBO: ASUS P5W DH Deluxe, Intel 975X/ICH7R Chipset.
RAM: OCZ 2GB PC2-6400 EL Platinum XTC Edition Rev.2 Dual Channnel
GFX: See below.
SOUND: Sound Blaster Audigy 4 SE 7.1. Harmon/kardon speakers.
HDD’S: 2x Seagate 400GB Barracuda 7200.10 SATA II w/ NCQ, 16MB Cache
MONITOR: Samsung SyncMaster 930BF LCD Monitor 4 MS Response.
POWER SUPPLY: Enermax 600W EG701AX-VE SFMA Noisetaker II.
OS: WinXP Media Center Edition 2005 SP2/With Upgrade to Vista Home premium.

Almost complete except for vid card$$$$$. Have an XFX 8800GTX on layaway but the card is 10.5 inches long :eek: and measuring my case I have exactly 10.5 inches to the HDD cage which could cause some issues or unwanted case mods.


#111

Hi

[B]Motherboard:[/B] ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe 1023 BIOS
[B]Processor:[/B] Intel Pentium 4e 3.4GHz Retail
[B]HSF:[/B] Zalman CNPS9500 LED HSF
[B]Graphics: [/B]eVGA GeForce 6800 GT 256Mb
[B]Floppy:[/B] Mitsumi
[B]ODD:[/B] Benq DVD DD DW 1650
[B]ODD:[/B] NEC DVD-RW ND-3500A
[B]Audio:[/B] Creative SoundBlaster Audigy MP3+
[B]RAM:[/B] Crucial 2x512Mb PC-3200 and Crucial 2x1024Mb
HDD:Maxtor 6Y160P0 160Gb HDD, Mitsumi FDD
[B]PSU:[/B] Enermax EG651P-VE FMA 550 Watts
[B]OS:[/B] Windows XP Pro SP2
[B]Other: [/B]Syba USB 2.0 card, ADS 1394a card
[B]Case:[/B] Lian-Li PC-61 Black Case
[B]Monitor:[/B] Viewsonic G90f 19"
[B]Printer:[/B] HP Photosmart 7550
[B]Scanner:[/B] Umax Astra 2200
[B]Speakers:[/B] Altec Lansing


#112

Just thought id mention that it should fit, but only just. I got a EVGA 8800gtx a week ago and have a silver tsunami dream.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v318/gregtherotter/TWO.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v318/gregtherotter/ONE.jpg

Looks like your case is in need of some serious cable tidying :wink:

and on topic; At present what u see in my sig. :clap: :bigsmile:


#113

Thanks for the the info Greg that is good to know. Doesn’t leave a lot of room does it? As for the cables I won’t even attempt to tidy/route them until I get everything installed.:wink:


#114

Main/Review PC Specifications

CPU: AMD AthlonXP 2600+ Overclocked @2300Mhz real (184*12.5)
Motherboard: Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe [Uber BIOS 1013]
RAM: 2x Corsair Value Select 512MB CL2.5
PSU: BeQuiet P4 400W
GFX: MSI Geforce 6800
Display: 1x Samsung 710N + 1x Samsung 171N (DualView Mode)
Audio: Creative SB Audigy2 ZS; Motu 828 MKII
HDD: 2x Seagate ST3320620AS 320GB S-ATA
1x Seagate 7200.7+ 200GB in Firewire-Case MaPower KC51C1P (Prolific chipset)
1x Seagate 7200.9 250GB in Firewire-Case MaPower KC51C1 (Oxford chipset)
1x Maxtor 80GB in Firewire-Case MaPower KC51C1P (Prolific chipset)
Case: Chieftec Dragon BigTower, silver
Cooling:

  • CPU: Zalman CNPS 7000-Cu
  • Case fan - Y.S.Tech 80mm - 1x Front, 2x Rear

Optical Disc Drives:

HighQuality-Burner:
Plextor 755A 1.07 :bow:
BenQ 1650 BCIC (great ripper too)
Plextor Premium 1.07 (USB Case MaPower KC51U2G) :bow:

HighSpeed-Burner
LG GSA-H22N 1.01 TDB

Ripper:
Aopen 1648 1.07 TDB
BenQ 1650 BCIC TDB + MCSE

Scanner:
BenQ 1620 B7W9 TDB + MCSE (USB Case MaPower KC51U2G)
LiteOn 165P6S MSOR (USB Case MaPower KC51U2G)

Standby:
Nec 2510 2.F9 (USB Case MaPower KC51U2G)


#115

CPU: Intel Coreâ„¢2 Duo Processor E6600 2.4GHz w/ 4MB Cache.
CASE: Thermaltake Tsunami Dream Tower. Black.
Cooling: CPU: Zalman CNPS9500 AT Ultra quiet Case: 2x Antec tricool 120MM.
MOBO: ASUS P5W DH Deluxe, Intel 975X/ICH7R Chipset.
RAM: OCZ 2GB PC2-6400 EL Platinum XTC Edition Rev.2 Dual Channnel.
GFX: XFX GeForce 8800 GTX.
SOUND: Sound Blaster Audigy 4 SE 7.1. Harmon/kardon speakers.
HDD’S: 2x Seagate 400GB Barracuda 7200.10 SATA II w/ NCQ, 16MB Cache.
MONITOR: Samsung SyncMaster 930BF LCD Monitor 4 MS Response.
POWER SUPPLY: Enermax 600W EG701AX-VE SFMA Noisetaker II.
OS: WinXP Media Center Edition 2005 SP2.


#116

CPU: core 2 duo e6400
Motherboard: asus p5b deluxe
ram: gskill 2gb 5300mhz
gpu: x1950xt iceq3 turbo
PSU: silverstone 650 watt
cpu cooling: zalman cnps9500
HDD: 2x 250gb seagate
case: lian li pc201b
case fans: 4x120mm fans(came with the case)
sound card: x-fi extrememusic
speakers: logitech z5500 digital
monitor: 17 inch lg monitor (getting replaced very soon)


#117

Right am not on my PC right now, plus i jus got it las week so am going off memory on this one

Processor: AMD 3800
Motherboard: MSI
Ram: 1024MB Corsair DDR2
HDD’S: 1 X Maxtor 160GB, 2 X Maxtor 120GB
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon 9250 256mb or 512mb…Not sure
Power Unit: 750W With Blue Neon.
Optical Drives: 1 X DVD RW Dual Layer
Sound Card: Creative SoundBlaster 5.1 Chan

But yea thats my baby :slight_smile:
It means alot to me since ive had my boxes and pc stolen 2 years ago and then moved to the uk. Taken me a while to get out of debt anhd be able to afford a decent pc. But yea i <3 it


#118

Ok since this my system has changed a little, and this is the place to use the space for it so here goes. :bigsmile:

[b]CASE: THERMALTAKE ARMOR IN BLACK
[color=Black]MONITOR: 19" SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER 193V
PSU: [color=Red]Q-TECH 650WATT DUAL FAN
[color=Black]MOBO: [color=Red]ASUS A8N SLI SE
[color=Black]CPU: AMD 64 X2 +4200 O/C @ 2.4GHZ
HD’S: [color=Red]2X 160GB = 320GB , SATA 150 SEAGATE
[color=Black]RAM: [color=Red]3072MB OCZ PLATINUM 400MHZ DUAL
[color=Black]GRAPHICS: [color=Red]ASUS EN-7800-GTX 256MB GDDR3 450MHZ CLOCK
[color=Black]CONTROLLERS: [color=Red]ITE ATA 133 PCI TO IDE CARD
[color=Black]ADDONS: [color=Red]6X USB2.0 PCI CARD
[color=Black]SOUND: [color=Red]PHILIPS 5.1 SURROUND 24BIT HIGH QUALITY SOUND CARD
[color=Black]SPEAKERS: [color=Red]ADVENT 4" 100W SPEAKERS WITH AMPLIFIED BASE BOX.

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BENQ - DW1620 , DW1640/EW164B , DW1650 , DW1655, DC1670
LG - GSA 4163B , H12N , H22L
PIONEER - DVR 112L
PLEXTOR - PX 760A
SAMSUNG - SH-183A SATA
LITE-ON - SMH-165H6S
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#119

[B]case:[/B] Unknown
[B]cpu:[/B] Amd Sempron 2600+
[B]motherboard:[/B] ecs nforce2
[B]ram:[/B] Kingston 2x 512
[B]hdd:[/B] Western Digital (ata) 120g 7200rpm
[B]vga:[/B] Ati “Club 9600xt”
[B]odd:[/B] Nec 4571 (master), LG H42L (slave), LiteOn 165p6s(usb)
[B]psu:[/B] q-tech 500w

Inactive ODD’s: Nec 7173, benq 1650, Aopen 1648/AAP Pro, Samsung 52x (cdrom), Asus 52x (cdrom), Yamaha 4/4/16 (cd-rw), Pioneer 120 (dvd-rom).


#120

Okay. I’m not new to anything other than this site, but I hope I’m doing this right. I’m running XP Pro on a Pentium 4 2.0Ghz with an Intel 845BG chipset. I’ve got 768 Mb RAM, a 256 Mb ATI Radeon 9250 AGP 4x video card, two internal IDE drives: a 60 and a 30 gig, an external USB Seagate 120 Gig drive, and an external USB LG DVD-RW drive. I use DVD Shrink and Nero 7 Ultra mostly, with some Videora ipod or Pinnacle ipod (I haven’t decided which I like best) to convert to MP4. I’ve got 2 supplemental cooling fans - one for the video card and one for the interal hard drives. I’ve also got a crapload of USB devices that I PnP when I need them. That’s at work. At home I’ve got basically the same setup except with an internal 60 Gig IDE drive, a Sony internal DVD-RW and a Maxtor 160 gig external USB drive - oh, and a gig of RAM. And the P4 is a 1.8 Ghz, not a 2.0.

Both systems are about 5 years old, and use the old PC2100 bus setup. I can’t afford anything newer right now.