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  • Well, yes, but it's at least possible this time. He can just post a link to his mobo info and we'll know for sure.
  • can you even get 4BG sitcks of ram?
  • But that's ECC.
  • But still...4 GB... (drool)
  • Yeah, TCP ... let's see your motherboard's model number. :)
  • edited April 2005
    My Main PC:

    *Compaq* Presario 5UVME2 (5000 Series)
    AMD Duron 900 MHz (Launch 6/20)
    200 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
    512 MB 100 MHz SDRAM Upgradable to 768 MB
    4 USB 2.0 Ports
    2 Serial Ports
    1 Paralell Port
    8X4X32 CD-RW drive
    DVD-ROM Drive
    Netgear FA311 10/100 Network Card
    Lexmark X83 Printer/Copier/Fax
    ATI Radeon 9200 AGP Graphics Card with 128MB RAM
    Integrated Soundmax Digital Audio
    40.0 GB UltraDMA HDD upgradable to 80 GB
    JBL Platinum Speakers with Digital Audio Port
    Drive Bays (seven total)
    Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI)
    Plug and Play Capibilities
    Warranty: 1 Year on-site, 1 year end user replaceable parts/carry-in labor.
    Compaq CV735 17" CRT Monitor
    Kodak EasyShare CX6200 Digital Still Camera
    Much More...

    *= Q hates
  • In approximately 1 month, my PC is going to pwn 100x.

    Currently the fastest machine I've got is an Athlon 64 3000+ Socket 939 overclocked to 2.05 GHz, 512 MB of DDR400, and a MSI Neo2 Platinum mobo.

    Soon, that'll be expanded to a 160 GB SATA drive, ATI Radeon X800 XT PE, and possibly 2 GB of RAM. :)
  • Well you're a crazy one. :)

    I think I'm gonna build a 64 something at the end of my Soph year (next year) so I can start my school's Junior and Senior tech courses with an excellent computer.

    I might experiment with my first new build later this year, maybe in the summer. PIII or lower end Ath XP.
  • http://www.machspeed.com/x_pt800dbp.htm

    So just for you guys that didn't belive me :puke: on you lol.
  • Well then...damn that's a nice mobo...
  • ...... no comment LOL
  • You thinking what I'm thinking?

    -Q
  • depends what you're thinking
  • "OK, now what's the proof that you actually have one?"

    -Q
  • Your gaming PC is a P4? Can't say that was the best move...
  • It was a cheap PC and I needed something for lanpartys. I hardly use the damn thing.

    I would give more proof if I had a camrea that worked right.
  • edited December 2004
    Update: Family Desktop
    Compaq Presario 5004US
    AMD Athlon 1.1GHz
    60GB HDD
    CD-RW and DVD-ROM drives
    256MB PC133 SDRAM
    16MB Nvidia TNT2 M64 PRO Graphics Card
    Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

    Just got it today.

    Edit: W00t, apparently it has a 60GB and a 20GB. And it now has 384MB.
  • I thought your system was an A64? This is a P4 board.
  • Intel Pentium 2 400 MHz MMX
    320 MB SDRAM
    80+160 GB HDD
    Nvidia GeForce 4 MX 440 with AGP8X Graphics Card
    10/100 Ethernet Card
    US RObotics 56k Modem
    Crystal SoundFusion(tm) CS4281 WDM Sound Card
    Altec Lansing ACS90 Speaker System
    52x CD-R/RW Drive
    3 1/2 1.44 MB Floppy Drive
    Zip Drive
    2x USB Slots
    Microsoft Windows XP Professional / Novell SuSE Linux 9.2 Professional
  • If he did have an Athlon 64, he's lying about something.

    Noone would pick a Pentium IV over an Athlon 64.
  • Wow.. another.

    Secondary Desktop/ Server?
    Compaq Deskpro
    Pentium III 500MHz
    20GB HDD
    CD-ROM
    256MB PC133(?) SDRAM
    Some onboard Vid, E, Sound, etc.
    Microsoft Windows XP Pro, soon to be 2000

    and it came with the past owner's AIM accounts and saved passwords... people these days.
  • It's PC100 most likely. 500MHz ran at a 100MHz FSB, so the RAM most likely matched that.
  • lol, I logged on and got the "Your SN is on in two places, retard" message and decided to log off. I'll have to try late at night sometime.
  • Try when they're not logged in.

    Then when they log on, you can kick THEM off.
  • Steve wrote:
    Noone would pick a Pentium IV over an Athlon 64.
    If you're using dual graphics cards in SLI mode, you're pretty much limited to Intel. But you have to have a pretty damn good reason to spend $900 on graphics cards.
  • RNRN
    edited December 2004
    Roger wrote:
    ShitNess MMX2
    Intel Pentium 2 300MHz MMX CPU
    96 MB EDO 72pin RAM
    13 GB HD
    32x CD-ROM Drive
    Nvidia TNT2 M64 32mb Graphics
    Aztech Soundcard
    Intel 10/100 Fast Ethernet
    3.5" Floppy Drive
    15" ViewSonic Monitor
    Windows 2000 SP4

    Updated... To....

    AMD Duron 1.8 GHz (Applebred)
    512 MB PC2700 DDR RAM
    20 gb Primary HDD
    40 gb Secondary HDD
    16x DVD-ROM; 24x10x40x CD-RW
    ATI Radeon 7500 64mb AGP Video card
    Integrated Sound, LAN, USB
    3Com NIC
    3.5" Floppy Drive
    17" Elements CRT Monitor
    Windows XP SP2

    I had trouble with the RAM before... Wouldn't boot. Then I exchanged it for another 512 MB DDR memory. Worked. It boots in less than 40 seconds! I could do some gaming on it too!
  • Awesome... so what is it's main function going to be?
  • I'll probably start doing 'stuff' with it. Its gonna be pretty much my all general purpose PC. Especially in the summer, because my P4 Northwood blows hot air at me heating up the room.

    But I"m using my Northwood right now because its winter!

    Oh back to the Applebred... But yeah. I love the PC. Its cooool. I tried OCing the FSB to 140 but Fish said that it could damage the expansion slots and cards. So I'm sticking to 1.6ghz.
  • Neat, how bout joining the cause?

    http://setiathome2.ssl.berkeley.edu/sta ... 67297.html

    I really wanna build my own system, but we just found an Ath 1100 and a PIII 500 in the same day. I'm afraid I'll buy the parts and find the same thing in the trash the next day.
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