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Gaming Machine [Your PC Specs] -Updated-

ediskrad

New Member
I've have an Mauchly-Eckert ENIAC, with 17,468 vacuum tubes, 7,200 crystal diodes, 1,500 relays, 70,000 resistors, 10,000 capacitors and around 5 million hand-soldered joints. It consumes 150 kW of power, and has a neat IBM punch card reader.

And this is me, playing tetris.

eniacih2.jpg


Woo!.. watch me turn that L shaped thingie around!! :D
 

sasaki

Member
My current system is as follows. The CPU is only temporary. I'm waiting for the 65nm FX x2 CPUs to come out. I also plan to change my GPU (or add another of the same) as the next line of GeForce 8 series comes out. I'm still debating whether I want to stripe 3-4 raptors in RAID 5 or get another of the same HDD and stripe that.

CPU: Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Windsor
MB: Gigabyte S5 GA-M59SLI-S5
RAM: Patriot eXtreme 2GB DDR2 800
GPU: BFG 8800GTX
HDD: 2x WD Caviar SE SATA 250GB (In JABOD for now)
CD/DVD: Samsung 18X Super-WriteMaster
NIC: Gigabyte GN-WP01GS
PSU: SILVERSTONE Zeus 750W
Case: NZXT Zero
 

ADF

Member
Winfast PX7900GT TDH 256mb
1GB DDR400 ram
2Ghz AMD 64 3000 754S
WD 250GB Sata2 16mb HDD (main)
Maxtor 120GB IDE 8mb HDD (secondary)
20” LG Flatron Wide TFT (main)
17” Vision Master Pro 410 CRT (secondary)

This pretty much runs anything I want it to at 1680x1050; this includes games like Oblivion, Quake 4 and FEAR though as you imagine I have to give up some quality to achieve the res. I hate being on this crummy CPU but I got stuck on it when the socket stopped production, I'd upgrade but with it being a three component purchase “DDR2 ram, motherboard, CPU” it is too expensive for me to do right now.
 

darkdoomer

inkbunny.net supporter
itt we measure how big is our e-penis
*updated*

Nostromo - desktop workstation and back-up heater
- 2x AMD Opteron 870 ( too lazy to overclock )
- 2 gb ram ECC 400MHz by Hynix
- Tyan K8WE S2877G2NR with nForce pro and numa support.
- Creative Soundblaster PCI , SCSI card.
- GeForce 7600 GT 256 pcie 16x ( now saving for a quadro fx 5600 )
- an EPS PSU. it's been a quest for the graal to find one.
- storage :
Seagate 160gb for the os and apps
Seagate 250gb for the documents
Hitachi 40gb ide for the penguins
Sony dvdrw burner.
- obligatory pair of proview trinitron 19", both at 1600x1200, 80Hz
- Wacom volito, some classic logitech mice, a vintage ibm model m
- Windows Server 2003 & RedHat Linux


Artemis - compaq presario laptop
- Athlon 64 mobile / low wattage @2GHz
- 512 of ram
- Geforce 4 mx 440 / 64 megs
- 15.4" 1280x800 non glossy.
- Broadcom 802.11 a/b/g
- Toshiba 100 gb hard drive, a gift because i used to work for them.
- Server'03 x64

Behemoth - former desktop, rarely in use.
- Athlon XP 2400+ 2ghz
- 1gb Kinston DDR400 ECC
- Asus A7N8X-E
- ATi Radeon 9600 AGP 8x, 128megs
- Maxtor 80Gig. hdd
- cd-rw; dvd drive
- Win2003

Dellicious - multimedia, divix and emulated gaming machine
- P3 @ 1GHz
- 512 megs of ram
- GeForce 2 MX 400/ 32 megs / AGP
- Maxtor 80 gigs.
- DVDRW
- Win2000

phew. =]
 

Dragoneer

Site Developer
Staff member
Site Director
Administrator
I got rid of and/or sold all my previous PCs. :)

My new systems:

Desktop - "Witherspine"
Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 OC'd to 3.2Ghz
4GB Corsair XMS DDR2 800 RAM
eVGA geForce 8800 GTX KO ACS3 768MB
eVGA nForce 680 Deluxe motherboard
Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty Edition
4x Seagate 320GB 3.5" 7200 RPM HDs in Raid 5
Windows Vista Business Edition

Laptop - "Hyenafire"
Toshiba Tecra M7 Tablet PC
Intel Core 2 Duo T7200
2GB of DDR 2 667 RAM
nVidia Quadro NVS 120M 128MB
1x Hitachi 100GB 2.5" HD at 7200RPM
Windows Vista Business Edition

I still have the old Alienware laptop, but I don't use it much. Probably going to salvage it for parts and build a new one out of it eventually.
 

Blackwing Dragon

Banned
Banned
Bah, I hate you rich people XD.

AMD Athlon 64 3Ghz (running at a puny 2GhZ actual clock speed)
1024 MB DDR 1 RAM operating at 366 MhZ
DirectX 9.0B latest (obviously)
240 (160/80 )GB HDD
ATI RADEON 9600 XT 128 MB (ewwwwwww....)

That's about the essentials. if I had an ASUS K8V-VX mobo I could install the vidcard my friend gave me, which is an X 700 pro :-D.
 

sgolem

Member
Desktop:

Pentium 4 3ghz
1024 MB RAM, forgot what kind
128 nVidia Gforce FX 500
1 100gb hdd,
1 80gb hdd
Running Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux

2 year old IBM Thinkcentre


Laptop:

Powerbook G4, 1.66ghz
1024 DDR SDRAM
ATI Mobility Radeon 9700
100gb hdd
Running OS X (obviously)
 

goat

Member
Intel Core2 Duo e6700 Overclocked 3.46Ghz
2GB GSkill DDR2 pc8000 RAM
eVGA 8800 GTX 768MB
Gigabyte N680SLI DQ6 Motherboard
Sound Blaster X-Fi Fatal1ty Edition
2x Seagate 320gb in Raid 0
1 Seagate 750gb
 

capthavoc123

Master of Disaster
Okay, here's my gaming computer:

IBM (Lenovo) ThinkPad T42
Intel Pentium M 1.70GHz
ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9600
1.25GB RAM
Lenovo 100GB Internal Hard Drive
15" LCD Panel
Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse
Windows XP Professional SP2
 

hal1989

The elusive Moogle
Here's my computer! ^^

Video Card: Ati Radeon X1650 Agp 8X 512mb
Sound Card: Soundblaster Audigy 2 Platinum
CPU: Pentium 4 3.3 Ghz (overclocked 10%) with Hyper Threading
MB: ASUS P4P800-E Deluxe
RAM: 2Gb PC3200 dual channel
Drives: - Aopen Dvd-RW writer
- LG Dvd driver
- 2x Western Digital 120Gb IDE
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster 191T 19"
Speaker: Koss 4.1 Speakers
 

net-cat

Infernal Kitty
Desktop: Beryllium
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.13GHz, 2MB cache.
Motherboard: Asus P5W-DH Deluxe
RAM: 4GB OCZ DDR2-800
Hard Drives: 2x Seagate 250GB SATA w/ 8MB cache, 1x Seagate 400GB PATA w/ 8MB cache.
Video Card: Diamond ATI Radeon X300 w/ 128MB RAM*
Sound Card: OEM Audigy 2
Bluetooth: MSI Dual Net Card. (802.11g + Bluetooth.)
Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition
* I have a EVGA GeForce 7600 GT, but it's on loan to a friend whose 8800 died and he couldn't play digital crack WoW.

Laptop: Lithium
Gateway M-285 Tablet PC
Processor: Intel Core Duo, 1.66GHz, 2MB cache.
RAM: 2GB DDR2-667
Hard Drive: 80GB SATA
Video Card: ATI Radeon Mobility X1400 w/ 64MB RAM, can borrow more from system
Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
Microsoft Windows Vista Business Edition FAIL

Server: Feline
Processor: AMD Sempron 2600+
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-K8NE
RAM: 512MB DDR333
Hard Drives: 120GB SATA Western Digital 2MB Cache
Video Card: Some crappy PCI card that I just found.
FreeBSD/amd64 6.2
 

Polarity

New Member
ABS Mayhem G3 R34 Laptop

2.2Ghz AMD Ahtlon 3400+ CPU
512MB RAM
80 GB HDD
128MB dedicated memory ATi Mobility Radeon 9700
Integrated Sound Card
DVD-RW
Windows Vista Ultimate
15.4" 1280x800 WXGA screen
10.4lbs
 

Zasha

Evil Incorporated
1'st:

ASUS P5WD2 Premium/Wi-Fi TV
Intel Pentium D 820 2,8GHz 2X1MB L2 cache 800MHz Bus EM64T, LGA775 @ 3366MHz (stock)
Kingston DDR2 PC2-4200 533MHz 1GB CL 4 (Kit of 2-512)
Sparkle 8600 GT
Creative DVD-ROM
Western Digital Caviar WD2500JS 250GB 7200rpm SATA II 300
Maxtor 10GB 5400rpm
Nexus NX-3500 Limited Edition(LCD modded)
Dell 1702FP
Logitech G5
Logitech X530
Sennheiser HD570
Win XP Pro
Win Vista Ultimate

2'nd:

Intel Serverboard SE7505VB2
2x Intel Xeon 3.06 GHz
Kingston PC2100 4x512MB
Sapphire x1950XT
Lite-ON DWD+-RW
Lite-ON DWD+-RW DL LightScribe
Plextor CDRW
2xSeagate Raptor 10 000rpm 75GB
2xSeagate Barracuda 7200rpm 180GB
Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 400GB
Forton FPS Bluelight 700W
Hitachi CM721F
Win XP Pro
Win 2003 Server Edition

3'rd:

And the Dell G400 Optiplex with Win XP Pro
 

Janglur

Active Member
Mine's horribly outdated.

1.8 GHz AMD Athlon64 Venice, 1 GHz HTT
2 GB PC3200 DDR-SDRAM in dual channel, 2.0-3-2-6-1T timings.
Radeon x550 video (overclocked from 400/550 to 500/667)
Dual Raptor 36.7GB 10,000 RPM HDDs in RAID0
40 GB Maxtor POS
 
lol, I got my dell for around 700 bucks

I forget the model, but so far it's got:

GeForce 8500 gt? (original graphics were onboard, thus negating any ram i would've added)
3 gigs of ram (had to add 2 gigs myself, might add more)

an already outdated athlon 64 processor

usb gamepad for snes, playstation, n64 and MAME roms
Soundblaster X-Fi soundcard
logitech x-230 speakers (not bad for the 40$ price tag, has nice bass response)
160 gigs of space + 160 more gigs on an external

also this crapheap came with vista and I experienced nothing but trouble from the start with it. Luckily every annoying feature is optional and got it configured in no time.

if I had more money to pour into a computer i'd probably start over with a new tower and just add stuff from there.
 
You all have some very nice machines here!

Mine was like $179.99 at frys or something. been a great computer, just not so good for gaming. its soon to be replaced or upgraded.

Here are the specs.

Foxxconn or something motherboard "athalon 64 compatable" *shrugs*
256MB of DDR Ram
40GB Hard drive
something horrible graphics card.
AMD sempron processor.
 

hypr

Member
Mine

1st (For Printing, casual net use, and uploading stuff to FA)

AMD Athlon 3500+ 64 bit processor
Windows XP Pro
1 GB RAM
Geforce 7900 Video Card
160 GB Hard Drive

2nd (no frills box used for paypal, music playback and casual internet use and hopefully more stuff when I get more storage space for it)

AMD Sempron 3000+
Ubuntu 7.04
1 GB RAM
Geforce FX 64 MB Video card
2 Hard Drives 7 GB Total

3rd System (Not connected recently contracted some nasty spyware x.x)

AMD 2000+ Athlon
Windows 2000
256 MB RAM
VIA based video card 8 MB
80 GB Hard Drive (I may move hard drives over)

Don't ask about my collection (I have quite a few) ranging from 8 megs ram to 256, 386 to pentium 3, Windows 3.1 to Windows 98, and a few macs.

Computer technician who has a bit too much fun with his computers
 
OS: Windows XP Media Center Edition Service Pack 2
Processor: 2.20 gigahertz AMD Athlon 64
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200
Monitor: Sony CPD-E240 16.1"
Sound: Realtek AC'97 Audio
RAM: 1GB

Sucks..
 

deadly4u

Generic House Cat :3
I'm hellishly proud of my rig. Building it yourself, just gives you +5 to your Pride attributes :D

I've been building machines constantly for years, but as school approaches, i've had to slow down my works.

BEFORE WE GET STARTED, i would just like to add that there is NOTHING wrong with Windows Vista. On up to date hardware, its a dream. In fact, directx 10 games look fantastic :)

I've included some snaps of the case, and main monitor. 17" wasnt present at the time.

As it stands now, these are my PC Specs:

Case: Antec Nine Hundred (FANS: 1x200mm, 4x120mm, 1x120MM PSU)
PSU: Antec TrueControl 2.0 550watt PSU
MOBO: DFI LANPARTY ut nF4 SLI-D
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (2.4ghz) s939, 2mb L2
RAM: 2gb Kingston HyperX PC-3200
GFX: ASUS Geforce 8800GTS 640mb
SOUND: Creative Labs X-FI XtremeMusic
SPEAKERS: Sony MHC-GX570XM (2.1, 570 watt, 175watt RMS bass)
HEADPHONES: Sennheiser HD477
HDD1: Western Digital Raptor 150gb 10k RPM, 16mb cache, NCQ enabled.
HDD2: Western Digital Caviar 160gb 7200 RPM, 8mb cache
NOTE: RUNNING MAX RES IS DUMB. Just crank AA 8x/16x and ANISO 8x/16x
Display 1: Toshiba 32HL57, 32inch LCD/TV, res= 1360x768 no scaling
Display 2: LG Flatron L1719S 17inch LCD, res= 1280x1024 no scaling
Keyboard: Logitech G15 Gaming keyboard
Mouse: Microsoft Laser Mouse 6000 (wired edition, better feel)
OS: Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit (free, i WORKED for Microsoft, my whole department (120~ folks) was laid off last month)
MISC: External usb generic 250gb harddrive.
 

BlackWolfie

New Member
well this is my current rig which is in need of serious updating....actually scratch that i need to do a whole new build but anyway here go the specs.

Red_October Specs:-

CPU - AMD Athlon XP 3200+ (Barton) @ 2550Mhz (210Mhz FSB, 12.5x, 1.65v)
RAM - 1.5GB DDR400 OCZ Enhanced Lantency @ 420Mhz (2-3-2-5 timings, dual channel enabled for matched pair, 1:1 FSB ratio, 1.7v)
MB - DFI Lanparty NForce 2 UltraB (80Mhz AGP, 40Mhz PCI)
GFX - Sapphire X800 Pro VIVO (flashed with the XT PE BIOS for 16 pipelines and @ 580Mhz core, 560mhz mem)
PSU - Antec NeoPower 480W
HDD's - Seagate Barracuda 160 GB IDE (Main storage and emergency OS partition), Hitatchi Deskstar 250GB SATA (OS and Games, UDMA mode 6)
DRIVE's - LG DVD-ROM, NEC DVD-RW
DISPLAY's - Samsung 19" Syncmaster 940BF @ 75Hz, Dell 823Fi 15" @ 80Hz
PERIPHERALS - Logitech G15 keyboard, Logitech G7 mouse, Logitech Z-5500 Digital 5.1 speakers, Creative HS-600 headset
CASE - Thermaltake Tsunami Dream's with x2 120mm Vantec Steath fans

i've been building systems for other people as well to make some money for my new rig but i always manage to spend it on photgraphy equipment :D (why?! Oh why? Must lens' be so expensive?)


heres my original post in the bits and bytes forum (including pics)
http://www.furaffinityforums.net/showthread.php?tid=10680&pid=199286#pid199286


As a side note, windows vista is ok and all....if you don't mind the 70 odd (67 IIRC) data mining services that run wether you like it or not and report you activeities back to microsoft wether you like it or not. of course its all non-identifieable information but ms say that if they have to they'll use it against you (funny, thats got to be hard to do if its un-identifieable information)
 
Processor: Intel duo core 3.0 GHz 1333 Mhz
Video: Nvidia 8800 GTS 640 Mb
Display: 17" Samsung Syncmaster 171v (a bit old, but i plan on getting a second monitor soon)
4G RAM
320G Hard drive
Windows Vista

And im not entirely sure about the rest
 

Woody

New Member
Here are my specs for my Kustom machine.

Western Digital 160GB Hard Drive x2
1 GB of DDR RAM
CD/DVD-RW Drive x2
Pentium4 2.6 GHz Proccessor
PCI nVidia GeForceFX 5500 with 128 MB Onboard
AGP nVidia GeForce 4 with 128 MB Onboard
Linux Ubuntu 7.04, Windows XP 2007 Edition
TrendNET TEW-X (Micro) WLAN Adapter
Demon II ClearCase with Blue LED Fans
Motherboard of Gateway Origin
SoundBlaster Audigy with Adavnced EAX 7.1 Surround Sound
And, the most expensive part of all, 3DS MAX 9 worth $4000
Total Price: $6000
 

Nollix

Member
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 2.40Ghz
Seagate Barracuda 320Gb, WD 80Gb
BFG 8800GTS OC (320Mb)
2Gb Corsair XMS2
OCZ Gamestream 750W
Some Logitech mouse
Dell 17" Monitor
Dell 5.1 Speakers
Integrated audio
Windows Vista Home Premium
The tower cost me a grand, the speakers and monitor were $300 more.
 

Zestence

Member
I have a custom build (bit budget) gaming PC, it has ran every game on all settings maxed out (bioshock, UT3, doom 3...you name it...i run it ^^). The only bottleneck is probably my vid card (also winXP cannot use the dx10 support).

Specs:
- AMD athlon 6000+ 3.0Ghz (analyzes show 3.2Ghz, it comes a bit overclocked stock)
- 2gb ram (analyze shows 2056mb)
- Nvidia 8600GT 256mt
- microATX motherboard
- 500gb hard drive

Each part runs at nice steady temperatures, thought vid card does pick up a bit heat sometimes after running games (goes up to 40-50c) but it is actually quite normal and im yet to see any issues.
 
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