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beat this....sony fj series laptop

1000hz centrino duo 2.0 ghz

1024 MB ram

100gb hard drive

dual layer sony dvd drive

ferrari 19 inch external tft moniter

sony 1000watz speaker system (surround sound)

built in webcam and microphone

wirelles sony keyboard with built in pointing device

sony wireless "shape" mouse

and finaly built in tv tuner.

window vista beta build......

and about £6000 of software

not bad for my second computer...seen as my first was a 1ghz 20gb hard drive celeron :(

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nice computer Wuzzie, oh wait nevermind hahaha



Processor: Intel P4 2.8Ghz 800 FSB

Mobo: ECS 848P-A Rev 2 + Epox 4PDA2 (not used)

Ram: Samsung 2 x 512mb DDR400

HD: WD 200GB SATA 7200RPM 8MB Cache, IBM 120GB PATA 5400 RPM ? Cache, Maxtor 200GB PATA 7200 RPM 8MB Cache

Optical Drive: BenQ DW1640 DVD+-RW

Floppy: 3.5" LOL

Monitor: 19" Hyundai CRT

Video Card: ATI 9800 Pro

Sound: Onboard

Speakers: Cambridge Soundworks

Keyboard & Mouse: dunno broke, Logitech PS/2

OS: Windows XP Pro SP2


Toshiba A105-S101

Processor: Celeron M 380 1.6Ghz 1MB L2, 400FSB

Ram: 1 x 256mb (unknown) + 1 x 256mb PNY DDR2-533

Screen: 15.4" WXGA

HD: 60GB Fujitsu 5400 RPM SATA

Optical Drive: DVD/CD+-RW

Video: ATI Radeon Xpress 200M chipset

NIC: Atheros 802.11b/g wireless, 56k, 10/100 Ethernet

Battery: 4-cell (2000mAh)

OS: Windows XP Home SP2

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Hey Slydder... nice to see Samsung Trution keyboard on ur Desk... I love that keyboard, cause I got one too... ;)

Hate those bulky ones from M$ (but they do have real nice feel on keys) and logitech !!

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CPU-AMD X2 4400 overclocked to 2.4 with aquagate mini120 water cooler




VIDEOCARDS-(2)BFG7800GTX'S SLI With 1 sidemounted 6,000rpm fan(i call her bertha.





Yea i love this computer but its said im trying to sell it.

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My dead silent, good enough performance rig:

MB: Asus A8N-SLI Premium

CPU: Athlon 64 3200+ Venice

Cpu is cooled by a Scythe Ninja, passive CPU cooler (the thing is massive!)

RAM: 2 x 1024MB OCZ Platinum Edition CAS2.0 Dual channel

GFX: Passive cooled GeForce 6600GT by GigaByte

Case: Antec p180, not a bad case, but I'm not sure it's worth the $130 I paid

PSU: Antec NeoHE-500, quietest PSU I know of

HDD: 40GB Samsung SpinPoint-M 2.5" Laptop hard drive (inaudible, unlike 3.5"ers)

DVD: Plextor PX-716 (sure it's noisy, but I never use it)

all in all this contributes to a system I can't hear with my ears about 2 feet from the case :D

this whole thing powers 2 19" CRTs at 1440x1080, too bad I can't afford TFTs :)

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Apple iMac 17" Intel Core Duo

CPU: Intel Core Duo 1.83GHz

RAM: 2x 512MB SO-DIMM DDR2 667MHz (1GB total)

GFX: ATi Radeon X1600 128MB

HDD: 1x 160GB


OS: Apple MacOS X 10.4.5 (Intel)

Custom PC

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3000+

MB: Chaintech VNF4/Ultra

RAM: 2x 512MB Corsair DDR 400MHz (1GB total)

GFX: nVidia GeForce 6600GT 128MB

SND: Creative SoundBlaster Audigy

HDD: 1x Western Digital 160GB; 1x Western Digital 40GB

PSU: OCZ ModStream 450W

CD/RW + DVD Drive (52x32x52x16)

OS: Gentoo Linux 2005.1 (AMD64, 64-bit)


Speakers: Logitech Z-640 5.1

Mice: Mighty Mouse / Logitech MX510

Keyboards: Apple Keyboard / Illuminated Green Keyboard

Displays: Apple iMac LCD / IBM Black P275 21" CRT

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Crap one (PC)

Netvista case

Pentium 3 800 mhz

Nvidia Geforce something old

512 ram

CD-rw 24x

Windows xp

20 gig hard drive

0 watts power :P

Sony vaio

Vaio case

Pentium 4 2.4 ghz

Ati Radeon 9550

512 ram ( soon to be 1000)

Cd-rw 40x

Windows Xp

80 and 120 gig

1270 on 3dmark 2005

My regular computer

Neon coated bad apple case

ATI 2700 GT

80 gig ram


Linux Gentoo 100/Windows Vista final build/Mac Os X cheetah v.10.6.12

5000 teragig

27000 on 3dmark 2006

ten-barrel shotgun

ten subwoofers

race car


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hi everyone

Dual Pentium III 866Mhz

Motherboard Epox EP-D3VA


nVidia GeForce 2 MX 400 64MB

80GB HD Western Digital



REALTEK Ethernet Card 10/100

D-LINK Wireless B Card

SoundBlaster AWE 64 soundcard ( ISA... I know a relic )

additional usb port pci card

3 coolers on case

1 cooler on HD

old large server case

neon light that reacts with sound

Windows XP PRO

desksaving keyboard

microsoft intelli mouse

paint job on the case (dragon coming out from a pit)


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how do you use 2.5 laptop HD on your desktop? do you need special adapters?

assuming you were using an IDE hard drive you would, since power and data runs on one plug. A simple adapter like this would suffice.

However I have a sATA hard drive, which is exactly the same standard as for 3.5", so I don't need any kind of adapter.

The other thing one needs to bear in mind is how to mount the drive, you can either get rails to fit it into a 3.5" or 5.25" bay, or what I did was suspend it with elastic, which is cheaper, and it decouples the hard drive from the case, reducing any vibration noise.

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Mobo: Asus A8N-SLI Premium

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3700+

Video Cards: Dual GForce 7800GT graphic cards

HDD: Maxtor 300GB

Memory: 2GB Ram

Power Supply: Antec 480W

Monitor: 19" Rosewill

OS: Microsoft XP SP2 with Longhorn Transformation Packet

Got it roughly two months ago and it is SUPERB!

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Mobo: A8N-SLI Premium

Processor: AMD Athelon 64 FX-55

Video Cards: Dual GForce 6800 Ultra

HDD: 2 WD sata 250G , 2 WD 250G IDE

Memory: 2GB DDR

Power Supply: SilverStone Zeus 650W

Koolance PC3-725BK water-cooling system

1 HP DVD writer

1 Panasonic DVD writer

Monitor: Dell 24" Widescreen

Klipsch speaker system

Mouse: Logitech® MX™1000 Laser Cordless Mouse

Keyboard: Logitech ITouch cordless (I keep buying new ones on ebay when they go cause I love it)

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My PC:

  • Actual Computer: ?
    • Computer Board
      • Intel D865PERL

    [*]Processor: Intel Pentium 4 w Hyper-Threading Technology

    • Speed: 2.60 GHz

    [*]HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7200.7

    • 111.78 GB
    • Printed on the HDD itself!

  • Memory: 512 KB DDR-SDRAM, by Kingston
  • Audio: SoundMAX Digital Audio
  • Video: nVidia GeForce 5200
    • RGB, S-Video, and DVI out ports
    • Muti-Monitor support

    [*]CD Drive: Samsung DVDCD-RW SM-352B

    • Reads
      • DVD
        • DVD-RAM
        • DVD-ROM
        • DVD-R
        • DVD-RW


        • CD Text
        • CD+G

        [*]C2 errors (whatever those are)


      • CD-R
      • CD-RW

    [*]Speakers: Scott Portable

    • battery dosen't work for some reason

    [*]Monitor: Vison

    • Size unknown

    [*]Mouse: Logitech M-BJ67B

    [*]Keyboard: Logitech iTouch Y-ST39 (Wired)

    [*]OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP2

    [*]Visual Style set to Mac OS X Tiger

....all from CPU-Z, Nero InfoTool, and the items themselves.

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you know SLI is pointless, just wasting your money. and so is crossfire really just get one high end graphics card and your pretty much set to play anything out there. your putting in more then what your getting out of it. with that said heres my stats.

AMD 2600+ Barton @ 3200+ speeds thanks to my awsome copper fan

Asrock K7VT4A PRO RAID capible

512 pc3200 Samsung chipset ram (thinking about getting a 2nd pc3200)

120gb Western Digital 7200rpm drive

80gb Maxtor 5400rpm drive (i really hate this drive, very unstable when it reaches to close to full capacity)

48x12x48 cdrw

dvd drive (both for free)

MSI 6600GT

WindowsXP PRO w/SP2

Rosewill optical mouse & original compaq keyboard

15" compaq CRT display

Raidmax case w/420watt psu

ready and waiting to get my MacBook PRO this summer.

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Ok here is mine:


Intel P4 HT @3.4Ghz

600GB storage


256MB nVidia Quadro with 2 HP 1702 LCD Displays

Digital/analog AV hardware

Wireless keyb and mouse, wacom tablet, etc.

It could take hours to list all the specs, but these are the most significative.

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- Intel P4 2.0Ghz

- 392 MB RAM

- 2 40GB HDD (no raid)

- Radeon 9600 Pro 128MB VMEM

- Lite-On DVD Drive

- CD Burner with broken firmware :)

- Wireless-G PCI Ethernet Adapter

- Dell 15'' LCD

- Sony Trinitron 15'' "old ass" CRT

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Beowulf IV

Windows XP Pro x64 & OS X86 10.5.5 // Gigabyte K8 Triton Model GA-K8U

AMD Athlon 64 3200+ (2.2Ghz)

nVidia Personal Cinema Geforce FX 5700 128MB AGP 8x

1024MB PC2700 DDR-SDRAM // DVD Dual Layer +/- RW 16x

Onboard AC97 5.1 Surround Sound Audio // Onboard Gigabit Ethernet

Hard Drives

Moon Man (Boot) 4.5GB 7200RPM - Lonely Ronin (Slow Storage) 72GB 10000RPM

Dark Matter (Fast, Main Storage) 115GB 2x 10000RPM RAID - Light Speed (Swap) 10GB 4x 7200RPM RAID

The only thing I am proud of on this piece of crap are my hard drives. I'm sure the 10,000RPM would've been enough, but I had to RAID-0 them to get the extra speed.

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I've got a box that shows images (changes when you do things) a flat thing with letters and numbers on it and a clicky thing. I also have a box like thing with a switch on it.. Oh, and some little plastic boxes that make a noise.

Thats it I think.

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