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post #16 of 2084
2003 Apple eMac
1Ghz PowerPC G4
512Mb RAM (133mhz)
75GB ATA harddrive
Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-106D
ATI Radeon 7500 (32mb)
CRT monitor 1152x864 @80Hz
post #17 of 2084
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Originally Posted by Assorted View Post
Assumed you upgraded a lot of your components ?

Mine's in my sig. It still runs Rainbow Six Vegas at 1280 * 780, but that seems to be the limit. Source engine highest specs incl. all AA/AS, HDR effects, lowest was 40 fps, usually hovering around 60 fps. I mostly play BF 2142 and Q4 anyway, both of which runs superbly on my UXGA 1900*1200 screen.
Your 7900 is a very good graphics card. Have you tried overclocking it (mod. drivers/inf, rivatuner)?
post #18 of 2084
MB: Asus P5WD2-E Premium
CPU: Intel Pentium D940
MEM: 2056 Corsair pc2 6400
GPU: ATI X1950
SOUND: E-MU 1820M
HDD: WD Caviar SE16 250GB SATA II
DVD: Plextor PX-716SA
CASE: Antec P180
PS: Antec NEO HE 500

In desperate need of additional hard drives.
post #19 of 2084
Specs in sig... it was pretty high end when i built it in June of 06 now its a mid-range system at best. At least I can still play FEAR and HL2 @ 1680x1050 Max at 60fps and Oblivion @ 1440x900 Max with 40+ fps. I just hope it can handle crysis when it releases.

Monitors: Dual 22'' Acer AL2223W
Speakers: Klipsch Pro Media 2.1 speakers (might go with some bookshelf speakers and a receiver later on)
Power Supply: Corsair 520 watt
post #20 of 2084
EVGA 680i, w/ 2x 8800gtx vid cards
2gb corsiar dominator
Mountain Mods twice 7 case
qx6700 quad core w/zalman 9700 nt cooler
silverstone 750watt, strider power supply
deck 82 key"toxic" keyboard
razer copperhead mouse, sound card, headphones

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post #21 of 2084
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Originally Posted by brotherlen View Post
EVGA 680i, w/ 2x 8800gtx vid cards
2gb corsiar dominator
Mountain Mods twice 7 case
qx6700 quad core w/zalman 9700 nt cooler
silverstone 750watt, strider power supply
deck 82 key"toxic" keyboard
razer copperhead mouse, sound card, headphones
I think we have a winner except for the razer audio accessories. That rig deserves better!
post #22 of 2084
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 6600
MB: Intel 965
MEMORY: 2gb Corsair XMS
CASE: Lian Li
HD: 320GB Western Digital Corsair + 500GB WD External
GPU: BFG 8800 640MB GTS
AUDIO: DIY Paradise USB Monica -> Promitheus Audio Ref 1 TVC -> Monarchy Audio SM-70 -> Rothschilde A2s
MONITOR: Sony GDM-W900 (24in CRT)
post #23 of 2084
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Originally Posted by brotherlen View Post
EVGA 680i, w/ 2x 8800gtx vid cards
2gb corsiar dominator
Mountain Mods twice 7 case
qx6700 quad core w/zalman 9700 nt cooler
silverstone 750watt, strider power supply
deck 82 key"toxic" keyboard
razer copperhead mouse, sound card, headphones
We need bigger pics! Mountain Mods cases are great. Kind of pricey, but you can't beat them for a good case. Seriously a good setup, only two gigs of RAM though, not 4? Still rather beastly. I've heard the more recent Razer hardware hasn't been as good though. I still like my Diamondback, but I've got a new mouse in the mail since the Diamondback is starting to act up from time to time.

My rig isn't too special, powerful enough for a laptop though.

Core 2 Duo at 2.0GHZ
2 Gigs of ram
GeForce 8600M GT-S with 256MB of ram
160gig SATA hard drive, I forget the maker and RPM.

Not much you can do with a laptop as far as customizing it goes, which is why I don't recall many of the specifics on this one. It has plenty of performance though, it can run Halo 2 and Bioshock at the full detail and highest available resolution without a hitch. Bioshock sometimes is a little buggy, but that's more of the game's fault rather than the computer not being able to handle it.
post #24 of 2084
mine is a plain xps700 from dell

E6300,2GB Ram, 250GBX2, 400GBX1,7900Gt, EMU0404USB,750W PS
post #25 of 2084
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Originally Posted by milkpowder View Post
Your 7900 is a very good graphics card. Have you tried overclocking it (mod. drivers/inf, rivatuner)?
Well my laptop is quite hot as is, so I haven't tried anything on it

Here's an extension on my comp rig:

- Windows XP Pro, since I forgot to order my Vista coupon for Vista Business >:-(~
- Logitech G7 wireless
- Everglide Titan DKT mousepad
post #26 of 2084
Main rig: (games, music, movies)
CPU: AMD Opteron 170 @ 2.9GHz
Motherboard: DFI LanParty nF4 Ultra-D
Memory: 2GB G.Skill HZ DDR500
Graphics Card: 256MB Gigabyte GeForce 7600GT
Drives: 2x 250GB Seagate Sata RAID0
Soundcard: Audigy4
OS: Windows XP Professional SP2
Cooling Info:
CPU Cooling: Thermalright Ultra-120 eXtreme w/ Nexus Real Silent 120mm @ 65% via SpeedFan
GPU Cooling: Thermalright HR-03 (running fanless)
Case: Antec Titan, with Nexus Real Silent 120mm @ 65% via SpeedFan



Server: (file/web/games server)
CPU: AMD Athlon64 X2 3800+ EE @ 2.35GHz
Motherboard: Asus M2N8-VMX
Memory: 1GB Corsair Value Select DDR2-667
Drives: 40GB Seagate Pata, 320GB Seagate Sata, 400GB Samsung Sata
OS: Xubuntu Linux 7.04
Cooling Info:
CPU Cooling: Scythe Ninja (running fanless)
Case: Antec PlusView 1000AMG v1.0, with 2x Nexus 80mm @ 7v


function over form
post #27 of 2084
Quote:
Originally Posted by Assorted View Post
Well my laptop is quite hot as is, so I haven't tried anything on it

Here's an extension on my comp rig:

- Windows XP Pro, since I forgot to order my Vista coupon for Vista Business >:-(~
- Logitech G7 wireless
- Everglide Titan DKT mousepad
I see. Do you have a fan control utility? What sort of temperatures are you running? For my graphics with fans on full, I get 60C idle, 80C gaming. No artifacts. Obviously you would have to test it out for yourself because each chip is different, let alone a totally different model! A nice Zalman or Coolermaster notebook cooler might be good to have too. Then again, if you're already satisfied with the performance, it would seem unnecessary to put further stress on your rig even if it could take it.
post #28 of 2084
Portable #1
15" Apple MacBook Pro
* 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
* 2GB RAM
* 160GB 7200rpm HDD

Portable #2
15" Apple PowerBook G4
* 1.5GHz Motorola PPC7450
* 1GB RAM
* 100GB 7200rpm HDD
* 4x SuperDrive
post #29 of 2084
Gigabyte GA-7N400 Pro
AMD XP 3200+
2x512MB Geil DDR400 RAM
Ati Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB
Chaintech AV-710 HQ-Alt Out
post #30 of 2084
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Originally Posted by Duggeh View Post
About half of that stuff came out well after 2003, is there a flux capacitor in there too?

I put the main parts of my machine together in 2003 and it was pretty darn nippy then.

Athlon XP 2800+
Abit AN7
1.5 Gigs of PC3200@2700 (512 meg originally)
Raptor 74 gig
Maxtor 80gig (2 storage drives of about 500gigs together added since)
Geforce FX5200 PCI (Previously Geforce 4 Ti4200)
Audigy 2 ZS (Previously Live! 1024)
Winfast PVR2000
Hercules Prophetview 920Pro DVI & 920Pro VGA

I don't really game anymore. Quiet running volumes > power these days.
the dell system was 2003 mate i have the invoice, of course the peripherals did, as how can one resist always getting bitso-kitso
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