Discussion in 'All other topics' started by moh, Aug 26, 2003.
Just woundering what r everyones computer specs.
is anyone getting Half Life 2, or Doom 3 if post what/_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Pentium 2.8GHz (800FSB) Hyper Threading
Geforce FX 5900 [/small]
Well i dont think they are available yet even in beta...
Im thinking about getting HL2 but it wil be way expensive for a game although im sure it will be worth every penny based on the other games I've played like Hale-Life, Oppossing Force, Blue Shift, Counter-Strike, Day Of Defeat, Natural Selection, Firearms, Redemption, Hazerdous Material and all the other Half-life games and mods.
If anyone finds a Beta version of HL2 or will be willing to send me their retail version of HL2 I will be very greatfull.
My specs are:
128MB ATI Radeon 9700
I ahve 3 of those conected by wirelss broadband
Pentium 4 (2.4 GHz)
512 MB of RDRAM
120 GB Hard Drive
128 MB DDR ATI Radeon 9700
Oriphus: what make/model of HDD do you got?
I have a rather old and slow system, but it hasn't let me down yet....<knocking on wood>.
Intel Celeron P3 600mhz
256 mb SDRAM
2 HDD - 1. 15gb(seagate installed by compaq)
2. 160gb (maxtor 7200 rpm)
64mb SDRAM / PNY Geforce4 MX-440
LOL You're lucky to have that HDD dude! hehe....that was a lesson well learnt hehe
Oh Yeah! Just call me MR. LUCKY! Anyone want to go to vegas??...LOL_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Want to test a Mans character? Give him Power![/small]
That kind of luck dont last forever lol
with that kinda power id be surprised if you could play pac man he he he
atleast mines better than yours
80 gig hd
although im in the process of making it better
dont tell the wife shhhhh
Sorry man, just noticed that. I have wo 70GB seagates i think a 7,200.
Athlon xp 1500
384mb ddr 266mhz speed
EPOX nforce 2 mobo with 400mhz bus speed and 8xAGP
80+10 gb hard discs (80gb running at 7200rpm IBM Deskstar)
Presently looking to upgrade with a new case , ram 1gb, gcard 256mb and processor 2.4 and sound card : darla or something like that. Any suggestions? I need a quietly cooled pc hehe
Ugh.... silent comps... eeeeeeeeeeeeewwwww...
Silent enough so that I can hear dvd's playing LOL
Silent computer = i fall asleep.
oh, an oportunity to tell people about my 'new' pc.
jonnydoe, Oh, it's a nice case, silent type one, check out review on; http://moddin.net/review.asp?ReviewID=106
just ordered the following (components):
RAM: 512Mb (2 X 256) PC3200 Dual Channel DDR
Fan:ThermalTake Silent Viking Fan for P3 up to 3Ghz
Case: Antec Sonata/ Minitower, 380W, 4x5.25", 2x3.5", ATX, Black
Processor: P4 Processor, 512cache, 800MHz FSB, 2.8GHz
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-8IK1100
Will take sound card and other components from old system, and have an old sound card to put back in old system to get it up and running again
Powerleap "Tualatin" processor (PL-iP3 T 1.4), 1.4 GHz Celeron with 256K L2 cache
- Upgraded from Dell Dimension XPS T-550 (550Mz Pentinum3)
384 MB RAM (1 x 128MB 100Mhz + 1 x 256 MB 133Mhz)
Maxtor 80 GB 7200 rpm Hard Drive
Maxtor Ultra ATA 133 PCI Card
=> Maxtor IDE ATA-133 200GB 7200RPM 8MB - DiamondMax Plus 9 8 MB cache
Toshiba DVD-ROM SD-M1202
Sony DRU-500AX DVD+-R/RW Internal (DVD-R/-RW, DVD+RW/+R and CD-R/CD-RW)
Iomega 250 MB Zip Drive Internal
Creative Audigy 2, soundcard
Creative Inspire 6.1 6700, speakers
GeForce2 MX 64 Mb , AGP
nVIDIA TNT2 32Mb 3D PCI Graphics Card
Here's my new spec (i wish) at £10,000
Standard Features: Outstanding workstation applications performance
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional (Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional also available)
Two IEEE 1394 ports
3 Years On-Site Next Business Day is Included within the Price
MiniTower with 3.5'' Floppy Bay, 3 External 5.25'' Bays & 4 Internal Bays (504.7 x 225.8 x 502.9mm)
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional (Service Pack 3) with Media using NTFS (+ GBP £10)
Processor: Dual Intel® Xeon Processors 3.06GHz (533FSB/512 cache) (+ GBP £850)
Client Gold Technical Support: Gold Technical Support (3 Year Coverage)
Hyper Threading: Choose your upgrade below
Floppy Drive: 3.5" 1.44MB floppy drive
Memory: 4GB (4X1024MB DIMM) 266MHz DDR ECC SDRAM Memory (+ GBP £2,710)
1st Hard Drive: 146GB (10,000 rpm) U320/M SCSI Hard Drive (+ GBP £440)
2nd Hard Drive: 146GB (10,000 rpm) U320/M SCSI Hard Drive (+ GBP £530)
3rd Hard Drive: 146GB (10,000 rpm) U320/M SCSI Hard Drive (+ GBP £530)
4th Hard Drive: 146GB (10,000 rpm) U320/M SCSI Hard Drive (+ GBP £530)
Hard Drive Bracket: Choose your upgrade below
Cables: Choose your upgrade below
External Storage: Choose your upgrade below
RAID/PERC3 Controllers: Integrated Ultra 320/M RAID 0
Graphics Cards: 3DLabs Wildcat IV 7110 (256MB VGA/DVI) Graphics Card (+ GBP £1,230)
Audio: Sound Blaster® Audigy II with onboard 1394 (+ GBP £60)
1st Monitor: Dell 20" UltraSharp™ Flat Panel Monitor (+ GBP £570)
2nd Monitor: Dell 15" UltraSharp™ Flat Panel Monitor (+ GBP £290)
CD ROM, DVD, Read-Write Drive: 16x DVD-ROM Drive + Software Decode Solution + 48x CD-RW (Read & Write) Drive (+ GBP £60)
Internal ZIP Drive: 250MB Iomega Zip Drive (+ GBP £60)
Speakers: AS500 Sound Bar (+ GBP £30)
Integrated Network Interface: Integrated Intel Gigabit LOM Network Interface with support for Remote Wake Up and Alert Standard Format (ASF)
Modem: Choose your upgrade below
Keyboard: Enhanced Quietkey™ (Spacesaver) keyboard
Mouse: Dell/Logitech 2 Button PS/2 Mouse
Mouse Pad: Choose your upgrade below
Operating System Media Kits: Documentation and Recovery CD for chosen Operating System
AntiVirus Software: Choose your Upgrade Below
Security Accessories: Choose your Upgrade Below
Maintenance Service: 3 Years Onsite Service with Next Business Day Response
WTF??? only 584GB of data storage... *Praetor shakes Oriphus to make sure he is alright* ... would prolly be better with a set of SATA 80GB drives (or hwoever big they go) and a crapload of 300GB shock drives
They work for me (well not quite like that, my shock drives are all 120GB... poo i'm poor ).
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