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post #166 of 2056
Server:
2 x Opteron 275s
4GB ram
nvidia 7600
4 x 1TB HD's in RAID5 on 3ware 9650SE

Desktop:
Intel Q6600
4GB ram
nvidia 8800gts
4 x 500GB HDs in RAID5
24" Dell LCD

Laptop:
Sager NP5793
17" WUXGA Screen
Intel Core 2 Duo T9300
4GB Ram
nvidia 8800gtx
200GB 7200rpm HD
Panasonic UJ-220 Blu-Ray Drive
post #167 of 2056
Quote:
Originally Posted by Al4x View Post
have you tried crysis, cause mine cant manage that at hi, im gonna get xp back on it!
I don't have access to crysis and probably won't any time soon. I doubt it would run it at max settings since just about no laptop really can (even w/ the 8800) so that's not much of a concern. I bought it for both work and play and needed something to have reasonably high levels of graphics processing capability but not bleeding edge power. Plus, I can always move up to the 8800 if I want to, it just wasn't worth another $500 to me right now.

Quote:
nice bit of kit, amazing what they can pack in!
Indeed, it is quite nice.
post #168 of 2056
Black MacBook
2.16GHz Processor,
2GB RAM,
160GB Hardrive,
OSX Leopard.
post #169 of 2056
asus eee pc
900mhz intel mobile cpu
512mhz ram (soon to be 2 gigs)
4 gig ssd
Touch screen mod
running eeeXubuntu
post #170 of 2056
Dekstop:
Intel Q6600
4GB Ram
8800GTS 512MB
Auzentech Prelude X-Fi
74GB WD, 320GB Maxtor, 750GB Hitatchi
Vista Home Premium

Lappy:
Dell XPS gen 2
2.13 GHz Pentium-M
2GB Ram
7800GTX
Windows XP
post #171 of 2056
Me:
Using some pre-built thing from Dell from like 5 years ago, but it's good enough for me since I don't play any taxing games or graphics processing software etc.
Recently added a new monitor, Samsung syncmaster 226bw, since my house was broken into and they jacked some stuff, including the old monitor.

Just built a new PC for my bro though:

E2180 2 GHZ overclocked to 3.3 atm, but can probably go even higher
2 GB DDR2 6400
The new ATI HD3850 / 512, overclocked some
And some parts from his old comp.

All in all a PC that performs well (can run NWN2 on fairly high settings/highest resolution without noticeable slowdown), and parts costs was pretty low.

It's surprising how cheap PC parts are becoming, you can get really good performance for little money, compared to awhile back.
post #172 of 2056
Using a couple year-old Dell Inspiron 9300 laptop atm at university. I'm really surprised how fast it is running despite the dated components.

Intel Centrino 1.86GHz
2GB DDR2 PC2-5300 RAM
80GB 5,400rpm internal
500+320GB external WD HDDs
nVidia GeForce 6800Go 256MB (this one overclocks like mad!)
17" 1440x900 internal + 22" 1680x1050 Samsung 2232BW external


Back in Hong Kong I use a desktop (shared with my dad for gaming because I also bring my laptop back home for non-gaming duties). It's reasonably quick but the processor is really dragging the system down. It does run Crysis, World in Conflict and Bioshock with most of the goodies on max, which isn't surprising given the resolution of the monitor.

AMD Athlon X2 4400+
Asus A8N Premium
2GB DDR2 6400 (iirc)
2 x 300GB RAID 0 internal
120+500+500GB external Iomega, WD, LaCie HDDs
nVidia GeForce 8800GTX 768MB
19" 1280x1024 Sony HS95P


XP Pro on both machines.


I'll hopefully be able to get a new rig for uni. Eyeing a 790i or X48 based quad core, 9800GX2 or 3870 X2, wd raid 0/10 raptor system. It should be good A 24" 1920x1200 Samsung would sweeten things even further
post #173 of 2056
Gaming rig:
EVGA 680i mobo
Intel X6800 @4ghz
2gb Crucial Ballistix
EVGA 8800gtx
2-74gb Raptors in RAID 0
2-320gb Seagates
Audigy 2 Platinum
Corsair 620w psu
Water cooled, D-Tek Fuzion, EK full coverage block on the 8800, Danger Den 680i northbridge block, Swiftech 3x120 radiator, Swiftech pump.

HTPC:
Intel D975XBX2 mobo
Intel E4300 @ 3.25ghz
EVGA 6800 Ultra
1gb G-Skill
320gb Seagate
750w Silverstone psu
Water cooled: Swiftech 2x120 radiator, Danger Den cpu & gpu blocks, Swiftech res, Swiftech pump with Petras top.

Laptop:
Apple MacBook Pro
17" screen
ATI Radeon X1600 256mb graphics
Intel Core Duo @ 2.16ghz
2gb ram
120gb Seagate (soon to upgraded to a 320gb Western Digital)
post #174 of 2056
Lian-Li PC-A70 Black
PC Power and Cooling 750 quad
Asus A8N32-SLI
Opteron 185 2.6 x 2
Mushkin Redline DDR 4000 2 gigs
Raptor 150 HD
Seagate 320 HD
Plextor PX-810SA
8800GTS 640MB KO ACS3
8800GTS 640MB KO ACS3
Sony 23' LCD 1920x1200
post #175 of 2056
Primary:
15" Apple MacBook Pro
2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
2GB RAM
160GB 7200rpm HDD
Mac OS 10.5.1

Secondary:
15" Apple PowerBook G4
1.5GHz Freescale PPC7447A
1GB RAM
100GB 7200rpm HDD
Mac OS 10.5.1
post #176 of 2056
Garmin GPS III+
I took it apart one lazy afternoon and discovered it is powered by an Intel 386Sx chip.

You didn't specify ::which:: computer.
post #177 of 2056
Intel Q6600 @ 3 GHz
2 gigs of RAM
8800GTX

Now if only there were any good games to play with it... I'm back to Fallout 2 due to lack of games.
post #178 of 2056
E6750 @ 3.0 GHz
2GB Crucial Ballistix RAM
250 GB Seagate
pretty coolermaster case
7900GS (back up off my old gfx card plz)
post #179 of 2056
17" Gateway P-7805u FX Edition Notebook:

Intel 2.26GHz Core 2 Duo P8400
4GB 1066MHz DDR2 RAM
Mobile Intel PM45 Express Chipset
320GB SATA 7200rpm HDD
Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTS
Windows 7 Ultimate
20" Apple Cinema Display

I also have a PowerMac G4 sitting unused in my closet. I miss Mac OS X at times, but Win7 is quite stable.
post #180 of 2056
old rig

evga 680i/780i (via evga upgrade program)
2GB Corsair Ram 4-4-4-12
2 8800 GTX video cards
1 Razer Sound card
QX6700 quad core
Mountain mods twice 7 case (awesome company)
2 Raptor drives
1 500 GB drive
750 watt PSU silverstone

New rig (being sent now)
Fragbox DIY case
QX6700 or q6600 (depending on temps)
4GB Ram OCZ 4-4-4-12
1 raptor, 1 500 GB drive
Asus HDMI Matx mobo
asus 8800GTS (g92)
ESI Juli@ soundcard

If the SFF doesn't do well, it'll be posted in the sales forum and I'll go back to the full sized beast, and I'll add some liquid cooling.

MacBook Pro 2. GHz, 1.5GB ram, (upgrading to 3) 250GB HDD, tiger patterned logo (biggest performance upgrade yet!)
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