PC Specs...

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  • RNRN
    edited November 2004
    ShitNess MMX
    Intel Pentium 166MHz MMX CPU
    64 MB EDO 72pin RAM
    2.5 GB HD
    24x CD-ROM Drive
    S3 Trio 64v+ 2mb PCI Video Card
    Soundblaster 16 ISA Sound Card
    Intel 10/100 Fast Ethernet
    3.5" Floppy Drive
    15" ViewSonic Monitor
    WINDOWS ME
  • Roger Ngo wrote:
    WINDOWS ME

    POOR!

    -Q
  • Yes I know. Its only temporary until I could get Windows 2000 or 98SE to install correctly.

    I would've installed NT 4.. but I wasn't sure if it had support for USB.
  • I've been using my new system since my old ione died....

    AMD Athlon 1600+
    640MB RAM
    40GB 7200 RPM hd
    48x16x48x CD-RW
    36X CD-ROM
    3dfx Voodoo 3 2000 video card
    Sound Blaster 64/128 (whatever that means)
    3Com Etherlink III XL nic
    Windows XP Professional w/ SP2
  • My new computer (bought today!)
    AMD286-20/8Mb RAM/FPU 80287/200M HDD/FDD 5,25"/Windows 3.11 installed.
  • Slash wrote:
    My new computer (bought today!)
    AMD286-20/8Mb RAM/FPU 80287/200M HDD/FDD 5,25"/Windows 3.11 installed.
    WOW! thats a real improvement! have you tried to run 3Dmark2002 benchmarks?
    What a killer machine!

    My new specs:
    IBM ThinkPad 760L
    Intel Pentium 90
    16mb ram
    810MB HDD
    ESS 1688AudioDrive onboard
    Trident Cyber9850LCD 1mb video
    640x480 10.4" 16bit TFT screen
    dual IrDa ports
    Xircom RealPort 10/100mbit ethernet /56k modem PCMCIA card
    running Opera 7.10, aMSN, AIM, ABYSS web server and Windows 95NL OSR2.
  • AMD Athlon XP 2600+
    512 MB PCRAM
    40 GB Hard Drive (Total GB)
    54x32x54x CD-RW
    2x DVD-ROM
    NVidia GeForce4MX 440SE 64 MB AGP 4x
    VIA Compatible Audio
    VIA Compatible Ethernet 10/100
    17" ASTVision 7L CRT
    Micro Innovations Wireless Keyboard / Optical Mouse
    Generic 2-Piece Speakers
    Windows XP Professional SP2

    Extras:

    HP LaserJet 4 Plus
    Labtec USB Webcam
    Palm M100 PDA
    Sharp LCD Projector

    Talk about bring back a old topic (4 month)

    ~Duff
  • Slash wrote:
    My new computer (bought today!)
    AMD286-20/8Mb RAM/FPU 80287/200M HDD/FDD 5,25"/Windows 3.11 installed.
    WOW! thats a real improvement! have you tried to run 3Dmark2002 benchmarks?
    What a killer machine!
    Heh maybe there is 3DMark 89 for that PC? :)
  • Run Systinfo! @least it wont (shouldn't) try and tell you it's a 486 5GHz!

    -Q
  • AIDA32 is a great program to have (you can even export the comps info to HTML, text, and others)
  • edited November 2004
    My main comp is:
    AMD Athlon XP 2500+ 512 l2 cache
    ASUS A7N8X-X Mobo
    512mb DDR 400
    80gb Western Digital ATA133 7200rpm 8mb cache HD
    4 USB 2.0 with 2 internal ports. (My new case has 2 in front)
    ATI Radeon 9550 256mb DDR
    ACER cdrw 32x10x40
    Interated 5.1 sound
    integrated ethernet
    Wireless optical mouse
    Windows XP

    My soon to be file server is:
    433 Celeron
    256mb pc100 sdram
    CDROM
    Optical USB Mouse
    2gb seagate HD
    Geforce 2 MX 400 64mb
    SB Live pci value
    3Com 3C905-TX ethernet card
    2 USB 1.1 ports
    Win98se
  • My BIOS sometimes tells me that my floppy is 5,76Mb... it says even that i have 1 GIG of RAM...
    That's because the battery is dead! :)
  • AMD Sempron 2400n @ 333MHz FSB
    256MB DDR2700 (ugh)
    Asrock K7S8X r3
    20GB HDD (ugh)
    64MB DDR GeForce 4000
    32X CD
    36X CDRW
    Sis chipset
    SB 5.1 live!
    6 USB 2 ports
  • New laptop a few down...

    My Laptop
    Manufacturer: Dell
    Model: Inspiron 5150
    Processor: P4 3.06GHz Non-HT
    RAM: 512MB DDR2700
    Video: NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5200 (32 MB)
    HDD: FUJITSU MHT2060AH (60 GB, 5400 RPM, Ultra-ATA/100) (I could have sworn it was Hitachi...)
    Network: 100mbps E and integrated 802.11g
    Display: 15" LCD
    Optical Drive: HL-DT-ST RW/DVD GCC-4241N (DVD:8x, CD:24x/24x/24x DVD-ROM/CD-RW)

    My Desktop
    Manufacturer: Sony
    Model: PCV-RX560
    Mobo: Asus P4B-LX (3 PCI, 1 AGP, 2 DIMM, IEEE-1394)
    Processor: P4 1.7GHz
    RAM: 512MB SDRAM
    Video: NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro (Microsoft Corporation) (32 MB)
    HDD: Maxtor 4D080H4 (80 GB, 5400 RPM, Ultra-ATA/100)
    Network: 10/100mbps E
    Display: 17" Sony Trinitron CRT
    Optical Drives: PIONEER DVD-ROM DVD-117R (16x/40x DVD-ROM) and SONY CD-RW CRX175E (24x/10x/24x CD-RW)

    Shellnet Server
    Processor: PII 350MHz
    HDD: and 8GB and a 20GB, I think
    Network: 10mbps E
    Display: 15" Dell CRT
    Optical Drive:

    Family Desktop
    Manufacturer: Compaq
    Model: Deskpro (?)
    Processor: PII 400MHz
    RAM: 256MB SDRAM
    HDD: 8 or 10GB or something
    Network: 100mbps E (I think...)
    Display: 15" Dell
    Optical Drive: CD-ROM and Sony CD-RW

    Family Laptop
    Manufacturer: Compaq
    Model: Presarion 2200- 2203US
    Processor: Celeron 1.3GHz
    RAM: 256MB PC2100 DDR
    Video: Intel Extreme Shared
    HDD: 40GB
    Network: 100mbps E
    Display: 15" LCD
    Optical Drive: DVD/CD-RW Combo

    Family Desktop in PA
    Manufacturer: Dell
    Model: Optiplex GX100
    Processor: Cele 600MHz
    RAM: 128 SDRAM
    HDD: 8GB or something
    Network: 10/100mbps E
    Display: Sony Trinitron CRT
    Optical Drive: Laptop-sized CD-ROM

    My Desktop in PA
    Processor: Athlon 500 or 550
    HDD: 10GB or something
    Network: 100mbps E
    Display: 17" Flatscreen something

    Secondary Family Desktop in PA
    Manufacturer: CompUSA
    Processor: Cele 400MHz
    RAM: 128 or 256MB SDRAM
    HDD: 4GB or something
    Network: 10mbps E
    Display: Some 15" or something
    Optical Drive: CD-ROM

    Old Family Laptop
    Manufacturer: IBM
    Model: Thinpad 760ED
    Processor: Pentium 166MHz
    RAM: 32MB SDRAM
    HDD: 2.1GB
    Optical Drive: 6x CDROM, I think

    Ex-Family Desktop
    Currently out of service
    Processor: PIII 500 or 550MHz
    HDD: 10GB
    Network: 10mbps E and Wireless G
    Display: 15" Dell

    Ex- Secondary Desktop
    Currently out of service
    Brand: HP
    Processor: PIII 550 or 500
    HDD: 10GB or something
    Network: 100mbps E
    Display: 15" Dell

    Several other older computers, 400MHz and below. A couple older Macs, too.
  • Video: NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro (Microsoft Corporation)

    I see someones still useing the Windows drivers.

    MS Corp. is only the maker of the drivers. It's still an nVideo chipset. (Might not be an nVideo card, but it's still no MS card)
  • Who cares? I know it's a nVidia card... that's why it says it there. I never said it was made by MS...
  • Why did you type "Microsoft Corperation" then?
  • AIDA provides that information.
  • Get the nVidia drivers.


    Non-microsoft drivers > microsoft driverz.
  • That's sort of what I was aiming at.

    Video-wise, MS drivers suck compared to the OEM drivers.
  • Steve wrote:
    Video: NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64/Model 64 Pro (Microsoft Corporation)

    I see someones still useing the Windows drivers.

    MS Corp. is only the maker of the drivers. It's still an nVideo chipset. (Might not be an nVideo card, but it's still no MS card)
    MS doesn't make any drivers at all. They use a very cutted version of NVidia Drivers. The older ones I think.
  • Hrm... I remember a thread about our computers... aparently this one isn't it (or them... think there were a few) because I know that I listed my computers in one (I think the other one was just oldest computer).
  • edited May 2005
    OK

    Main PC:

    Manufacturer: Compaq
    Model: Presario 5UVME2
    Processor: Duron 901Mhz
    RAM: 512 SDRAM
    HDD: 40GB
    Network: Netgear FA311 10/100
    Display: Compaq CV735 17"
    Optical Drive: CD-RW
    Optical Drive: DVD-ROM
    OS: Windows XP Pro

    Bedroom PC:

    Manufacturer: Compaq
    Model: Deskpro
    Processor: Penitum 2 233 MMX
    RAM: 64 MB
    HDD: 3.0 GB
    Network: None
    Display: MAG 15"
    Optical Drive: Lite-On 50x
    OS: None

    Other Bedroom Computer:

    Manufacturer: Apple
    Model: iMac 333
    Color: Grape, eww
    Processor: IBM G3 333Mhz
    RAM: 192MB SDRAM (DIMMs)
    HDD: 6.0 GB
    Network: None
    Display: Integrated 15" CRT
    Optical Drive: 24x CD-ROM
    OS: Macintosh OS 9.22

    Other PC:

    Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
    Model: Pavillion
    Processor: Intel Celeron 400Mhz
    RAM: 256MB SDRAM
    HDD: 9GB
    Network: Linksys Wireless-B USB Adapter
    Display: Packard Bell 15"
    Optical Drive: CD-RW
    OS: Windows 98 SE

    Broken Laptop: (soon to be fixed, I hope)

    Manufacturer: vpr Matrix (BestBuy)
    Model: 120-170B4
    Processor: Pentium 4M 1.7 Ghz
    RAM: 256MB SDRAM
    HDD: 20GB
    Network: Integrated Wireless-G
    Display: 15" LCD
    Optical Drive: CD-RW/DVD Combo
    OS: Windows XP Pro

    Old Bedroom PC:

    Manufacturer: Packard Bell
    Model: 860
    Processor: Cyrix MII 300 (really 266)
    RAM: 128MB SDRAM
    HDD: 4GB
    Network: Linksys Wireless-B USB Adapter
    Display: HP 15"
    Optical Drive: CD-ROM
    OS: Windows 2000 Pro

    Vintage Laptop:

    Manufacturer: Packard Bell
    Model: StatesMan Plus
    Processor: Intel 486DX 50Mhz
    RAM: 12MB RAM
    HDD: 200MB
    Network: Old Linksys Ethernet PC Card
    Display: 9" Color LCD
    Optical Drive: None; Only Floppy
    OS: Windows 95 (eww. All those floppies)
  • Main/Family PC

    Manufacturer: Gateway
    Model: 500SE
    Processor: Pentium 4 1.6GHz
    RAM: 128MB DDR (up to 1 or 2 GB, not sure)
    Video: nVidia GeForce 2 MX 200 (32 MB)
    HDD1: 20GB
    HDD2: 1.85GB (from HP)
    Network: Intel EtherExpress Pro 100
    Modem: GTW 56K V.92
    Display: Gateway FP1530 15"
    Optical drive: Lite-On CDRW (24x/10x/40x)
    OS: Windows XP Home (no reinstalls!)

    Broken for lack of hard drive

    Manufacturer: HP
    Model: Pavilion 3100
    Processor: Pentium 166MHz w/MMX
    RAM: 64MB (max!)
    Video: S3 Trio64V+ (1MB)
    HDD: None
    Network: Network Everywhere (Linksys brand) NC100 (DEC 21143 chip)
    Modem: 33.6K Lucent Win Modem
    Display: Generic 14" or 15" (Pixie Technologies? wtf?)
    Optical drive: Tatung CD-1214E (16x)
    OS: Damn Small Linux 0.7.3

    386 (broken PSU)

    Manufacturer: PC-Logic (nice little place that closed down a couple of years ago)
    Model: Custom-built
    Processor: AMD 386 at a blazing 33MHz
    RAM: 4 MB
    Video: Hercules < 128k
    HDD: 32MB MFM or RLL (need to get it back from crap repair place who promised to put it on cd)
    Modem: 2400 bps
    Display: None (thrown out for lack of working PC)
    OS: DOS 5
  • My Desktop

    Intel Pentium 3 at 866mhz
    256MB SDRAM 2x128MB
    20GB Maxtor HD
    ATI Radeon 256MB graphics
    Creative Live Sound Card
    320 Watt PS
    Modded Case
    CD RW Drive
    floppy Drive
    DVD Drive
    Windows Xp SP1 with LH transform pack

    My Laptop
    Dell Latitude c600 series
    P3 750Mhz
    128MB Ram not sure what type
    10GB hd
    8mb mobility grapihcs
    24x cd drive
    floppy drive
    intergrated NIC and modem
    intergrated sound
  • Heres the main PC I like playing around with.

    I forgot what brand my mobo is but it has the following.
    Socket A
    AGP8x
    nForce2 400 chipset
    USB 2.0
    Built-in nForce ethernet
    Built-in nForce sound with S/DIF
    Two DDR memory slots

    AMD Athlon XP 1800+ overclocked to 2017MHz
    512MB DDR PC333 ram running at 350MHz
    Pioneer DVD-RW
    40GB ATA 100 IDE harddrive
    4x20 char LCD with blacklight
    Sony X-Plod car CDplayer with AM/FM (dance)
    Full ATX tower with a 400watt power supply

    If some one like Tom doesn't beleive I have my CPU running at that speed then heres some proof. Fishnet has already seen the proof so he knows I didn't fake it.

    http://tcpmeta.dyndns.org/images/cpu.png
  • edited December 2004
    Right now I use:


    AMD Athlon 1.21GHz
    640MB SDR PC133 RAM
    I/O Magic 48x16x48x CD-RW
    Acer 36x CD-ROM
    40GB ATA100 IDE hard drive (with a few other 40GB+ drives networked)
    Mid-ATX case with 400 watt power supply (I THINK it was 400)


    I feel that everyone here can believe that.
  • 650MB? I don't think it's possible to create that with any combination of memory sticks. 640MB, which should be enough for anyone, would sound right.
  • he means 640, look @ his sig
  • TCPMeta wrote:
    If some one like Tom doesn't beleive I have my CPU running at that speed then heres some proof. Fishnet has already seen the proof so he knows I didn't fake it.

    LOL

    The only reason I wouldn't believe you is because you've had a history of making up total bullshit.

    What was that, again? A 3.7 GHz Athlon MP? Riiight. You faked those WCPUID "screenshots" nicely back then (or not).
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