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  • Just putting mine together. another 300 and i'ma set.

    Windows slevin,

    4GB of ram,

    300GB Hard Drive,

    When i remember what else i'm getting I'll tell you.


  • Pretty cheap system, will hopefully upgrade in the future, probably to an i5 or i7.


    Cooler master HAF 922 mid-tower case,

    Intel Pentium e6300 OC to 3.3GHz,

    4GB DDR2 dual channel RAM,

    500GB Seagate 7200 RPM HDD,

    650W cooler master extreme PSU,

    Gigabyte EP41- UD3L motherboard,

    ATI HD4670 1gb - current, the 5770 should arrive tomorrow.

    BenQ 21.5" 1920X1080 LCD

    Speakers are some random Sony ones that I wired into a headphone plug XD

    Oh and Win7 ultimate 64-BIT.

  • here's my specs


    Intel CPU - Pentium 4 2.8 GHz

    Pentium 4 2.8 GHz (it's a dual core emulation using hyperthreading)

    ATI graphics card - Radeon HD2600 XT

    RAM - 1 GB

    and running windows xp pro w/ Direct x 10.

    the System board is a Foxconn 661mx pro board.

    I was surprised when I was able to run Borderlands on it in 1928x1080 resolution and highest graphics settings without lag.

    my biggest problem with Oblivion is that with my agility skill at 100 I am able to leap tall buildings with a single bound. "It's a bird!" "It's a plane!" "no, wait. it's just some retarded lizard jumping around."

  • iNTEL Core i7 2.66
    6GB Corsair Dominator 1333 Ghz triple channel DDR3 RAM
    EVGA nVidia gForce 295 Co-OP FTW
    2TB Seagate (because solid state isn't worth the cost given it's life span and heat)
    Asus P6T Deluxe V2
    Lian Li PC V1200-Plus II case (andonized Aluminum black)
    Noctura U12P - SE2 CPU cooler
    Scythe Kama Master II (Black)
    Logitech Z-5500
    Plextor optical drives
    Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi PCI-e
    Dell UltraSharp U2410 24-inch Flat Panel (only because I can't afford to replace my LaCie that broke last year)
    Thermaltake ToughPower XT 850W

    Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit


    I've built every one of my rigs since I was 12... 20 years ago. My first one was an intel 33SX in an Easy Data 316 case on a DFI MB.... and before I went to ASUS I used Soyo during their Dragon series.

    CAUTION: Shawn's blog increases the risk of intelligence.

  • I bought a Dell XPS 435MT a while back as it was under $500 shipped. I slapped in a 550w power supply, and an ATI 4890 and it plays anything i throw at it. Not the flashiest PC I've ever owned, but it will do until I figure out what I want to build next.....

  • System: A380 MOD

    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition 3.8GHz

    Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70

    Memory: OCZ Gold 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 1600

    Graphics Card: 2x XFX Radeon HD 5770 (crossfire) 960/1400

    Hard Drive: 2x 500GB

    Power Supply: Cooler Master Silent Pro 1000W

    Case: EPIC A380 (2x 250mm fans, 7x 120mm fans)

    CPU cooling: TRUE 120 Black 2x 120mm Fans

    OS: Windows 7 32bit

    Also the proud owner/designer of the Spider PC from the NVIDIA ION mod contest.

  • Running Win7 64bit

    CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 965 Black Edition at 3.4GHz

    Mobo: MSI NF980-G65 AM3

    GFX: XFX GTX 260 896MB

    RAM: G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3

    HDD: Western Digital Caviar Black 750GB


    Display: Acer 22" LCD Monitor

    Case: Cooler Master 690

    Keyboard: ABS M1 Heavy Duty Mechanical Keyboard

    Mouse: Razer Diamondback 3G




    PSN: Slats
    Live: DrSlats
    Steam: bslats

  • Win XP Home

    Amd Athlon 3800+

    Nvidia 8600GT 512mb

    2Gb DDR2

    250gb drive

    I need a new computer :D

  • i got nothin'


  • I just put together my new system about 2 weeks ago:

    Case: Thermaltake SopranoRS Piano Black

    Power Supply: Corsair CMPSU-650TX

    Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 940 BE

    Processor Fan and Heatsink: Zalman CNPS 9500

    Mainboard: MSI 790XT-G45

    Memory: Corsair XMS2 4GB (2 x 2GB) PC2 8500

    Graphics Card: XFX Radeon HD 4850 1GB DDR3

    Hard Drive: Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB 7200RPM

    DVD Drive: Samsung CD/DVD Burner SATA

    Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate Edition


    Everything looks nice and clean inside the case thanks to cable ties and plenty of room to hide cables. I tacked on an extra 120mm to the side to add some extra cooling and airflow (so far its pretty quiet). I've got two red cold cathode lights in there to show off a bit. It's nothing too fancy, but it plays all the games I want it too on the highest setting (minus Crysis of course). I'll post pics soon.



  • Yeah I spent too much on this freaking computer. But I'm all set for like 10 years lol (I wish that were true).

    Manufacturer: {NoX}Lanezor

    Processor: Intel Core i7 980X (yes, that is the new 6 core processor)

    Memory: Corsair Core i7 Dominator 6GB PC12800 DDR3 RAM 1600MHz

    Hard Drives: (2) 80GB Intel SSDs and (2) 1 TB Western Digital Caviar Black HDs

    Video Card: (2) ASUS EAH5970 Series in Crossfire

    Monitor: Samsung P2370

    Sound Card: Integrated Intel HD Audio 7.1

    Speakers/Headphones: Razer Carcharias

    Keyboard: Logitech G15

    Mouse: Logitech G9

    Mouse Surface: Razer Destructor

    Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

    Motherboard: Intel DX58SO

    Computer Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D

    Power Supply: Antec 1000w TruePower Quattro

    You Nubsicle.

  • Geez! I could only come up with those specs in an April Fool's joke!

    Do you really find it worth the price for all that stuff? I never try to spend above $1000 for I figure that any computer will be obsolete in 4 years after purchasing it anyway. I heard in 2011, they're supposed to release 128-bit computers with Windows 8, and I'm not joking there.

  • TBH no, right now it isn't really worth the price for my system. I only occasionally use the computing power when doing HD graphics recording. Think about it though, with the 128 bit cpus, 64 Bit isn't even the standard yet (though soon it will be) so I'll still be in the game for a long time. Windows 8 may have 128-bit support, but it won't be the standard. Right now though, there isn't memory that will allow you to even fully utilize a 128-bit proccessor. So I know I'll be good for a long time. I figured I'd go all out instead of having to spend another 500 every 3 years to be able too keep up with max capabilities for gaming. I had the money to do it (thank you Obama for the "Education" credit lol), so I did! You want pics?

    You Nubsicle.

  • AMD Athlon X2 1.7ghz  (3.4ghz total)

    Nvidia Geforce 9500 GT

    RAM - 4 GB

    HDD - 750 GB

    OS - Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)

  • I wanted a toy, so I recently picked up an Alienware M17x laptop.

    Processor:  Intel Core i7 820QM 1.73GHz (3.06GHz Turbo Mode, 8MB Cache)

    RAM:  8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1333MHz

    Power Supply:   240W A/C Adapter

    Screen:  17-inch Widescreen UXGA 1920 x 1200 RGB LED (1200p)

    Video Cards:  Dual 1GB ATI Radeon Mobility HD 4870 in CrossfireX

    Hard Drive:  500GB 7,200RPM SATA-II HDD

    OS:  Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium, 64bit, English

    Disc Drive:  Slot-Loading Dual Layer Blu-ray Reader (BR-ROM, DVD+-RW, CD-RW)

    Sound:  Integrated 5.1 Channel Audio

    Internet Card:  Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 6300 a/g/n 3x3 MIMO Technology

    Built-in 2.0 Mpx Webcam, IR Sensor, 6-in-1 Media Card Reader, HDMI Out, & Facial Recognition Biometrics

    Bluetooth 2.1 Mini-Card with EDR

    Mouse:  Microsoft Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000

    Total: $3494.50

    A lot for a laptop, yes, but as I said, I wanted a TOY.  The battery only keeps the system charged at normal function for an hour.  The system has a Stealth Mode that disables the video cards and throttles back the processor, but it doesn't add much more time to the battery life.  The most resource intense software I've run on it thus far is Portal (which isn't really that tough an app to run), but it runs seamlessly at 90 fps with all the settings maxed, so I'm happy.

    Got it, bro?

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