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    Question What systems are used?

    Since we get new people asking what we do and such in the industry. I thought I would throw out another question to give the noobs an idea of who we are and what we use. Since Sgt_B already asked about what we do. I would like for us to post what kind of systems we use on an individual basis. To give them an idea of the range of computers that are used. So just list your primary one used.

    So I'll go first.

    Self built.
    AMD Athlon (Thunderbird) 950MHz OC'ed to 1.1GHz
    Gigabyte MB
    512Mb RAM PC133
    40 GB HDD
    CD ROM/DVD
    HP 16X10X32 CDRW
    ATI Xpert2000 Video 32Mb RAM
    Linksys Etherfast 10/100 Nic
    Turtle Beach Santa Cruz Sound
    DUal boot: Windows XP Pro/Linux Mandrake 8.1
    17" Sony True Flat Monitor
    HP 932C Printer
    Linksys BEFSR Series 8 port router
    Scientific Atlanta DPX 110 cable modem
    Commercial cable connection @ 1.5mbs
    The COOKIE TUX lives!!!!
    Windows NT crashed,I am the Blue Screen of Death.
    No one hears your screams.


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    512k RAM PC133

    hhmm..sure yer not running a 8088 pc-xt ...hehe....hate to see how long it takes to load win zp with 512k ram...talk about swap to disk...


    ahh..ya editted it...hehe...oh..well here's mine

    work - Dell 8100 1.3 Ghz, 256M RDRAM 40G SCSI HD, cd-rw, cd, usb zip250, win2k, Goldstar Studioworks 17" monitor

    Home-

    Dell 800 Mhz 128M RDRAM, 40G and 20G HD, cd-dvd, cd, watchguard soho, ati all-in-wonder 128, dual boot win98/win2k, SB Live & Montego A3DX Sound cards, roland mpu-401 midi

    cobbled together 333 celeron 128M SDRAM 20G HD, CD redhat 7.2 15 in monitor

    I used to be With IT. But then they changed what IT was. Now what I'm with isn't IT, and what's IT seems scary and weird." - Abe Simpson

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    Nothing special....Dual boot box running WinXP Pro/ RedHat 7....I won't bore you with details. I've also got an old Apple PowerPC running OS 8.1....it's like an antique..

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    I use a nice new (nov. 01) G4 500 mhz Powerbook Mac Laptop with 256 meg ram and a 20 gig hard drive...

    nothing super but it works for me!
    - Jimmy Mac

    Replicants are like any technology, if there not a hazard, its not my problem....

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    My Server Box
    - Running Redhat 7.2
    - PIII 1GHz
    - 512 MB RAM
    - 18 GB HD

    My Other Box
    - Running Win 2K
    - PII 266
    - 128 MB RAM
    - 5GB HD

    My Home Box 1
    - Running Win98
    - PIII 866 (o/c 933)
    - 128MB RAM
    - 30 GB HD

    My Home Box 2
    - Running DOS 6.2
    - PII 266
    - 16MB RAM
    - 500MB HD
    OpenBSD - The proactively secure operating system.

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    My Home Desktop:
    PIII 700Mhz
    512MB RAM
    CD-RW
    CD-ROM
    20GB HD, 30GB HD
    15" Monitor
    Surfboard Cable Modem
    Win98 2nd Ed.

    My Laptop:
    PIII 800Mhz
    192MB RAM
    DVD/CD-ROM
    20GB HD
    15" Display
    Win98 2nd Ed.
    - Maverick

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    i am using a "family computer" at home. its full with spyware and worms. like windows, and aol.

    10 GB hard drive
    466 mz
    64 mb ram
    Windo 95
    intel celeron processor

    i am saving up some money to put together my own computer and install a linux distro or unix, and win 2000 pro. (its a lot cheaper)

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    my work pc.
    HP Vectra VL800
    P4 1.7Ghz.
    18GB SCSI HDD.
    512MB RDRAM
    Combo DVD-CD-RW
    15'' LCD HP

    my home pc
    HP Vectra VL420
    P4 1.5Mhz.
    256MB RAM
    20GB HDD
    CD-RW
    17''

    as for work server
    HP9000 L3000
    Dual PA 550
    4Gig RAM
    DVD
    DAT
    etc..
    When the power of Love overcomes the Love of power, the world will know peace... Jimi Hendrix
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    Self Built

    Pentium 3 966Mhz OverClocked to 1.3 Ghz
    10Gig hard drive (IDE)
    20Gig hard drive (IDE)
    512Mb RAM (DIMM)
    CD-RW (16x10x40)
    64Mb Radeon All in Wonder Video Card
    4 Cooling Fans, so my Processor dont die on me

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    I give...LOL

    Here is the rest of what I have on my network besides my baby in the intial post.

    All are self built. I made them multi platform so I can meet my clients needs.

    1. My baby as posted at the first of the thread.

    2. WinXP Pro
    900 MHz Athlon (Thunderbird)
    256Mb RAM
    10X8X32 HP CD/CDRW
    48X CD ROM
    LNX TX10/100 Linksys NIC
    64 Mb DDR RAM Radeon Video
    SB 128 Sound
    20 GB HDD

    3. Win98SE
    450 MHz PII
    128 Mb RAM
    10X8X32 Creative CD/CDRW
    32X Dvd/CD ROM
    Intel 10/100 NIC
    32 Mb TNT2 Pro Video
    SB 128 Sound
    15 GB HDD

    4. Linux Mandrake 8.1
    450MHz AMD K-62
    64Mb RAM
    16X CD/ROM
    Linksys LNX TX100 NIC
    16 Mb Ati All in wonder Pro Video
    SB 16 Sound
    10 GB HDD

    5. Debian Linux
    350MHz PII
    64 Mb RAM
    8X CD/ROM
    Intel 10 BaseT NIC
    6 GB HDD

    Thats about it......
    The COOKIE TUX lives!!!!
    Windows NT crashed,I am the Blue Screen of Death.
    No one hears your screams.


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