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    Dream PC?

    lets say you inhearted a larg some of mony and u could build ur dream PC what whould it be like (OS, speed, Space, ect...)
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    Dual 2.2 ghz Intel Pentium 4 processors, 2 100 gb hard drives (scsi), 4 gigs ram, 128 meg AGP vid card, Hrmm.. OS.. Some distro of Linux. I would use the puter for a server. And a little *nix gaming

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    SGI Octane2 -

    Dual MIPS 64-bit R12000A processors
    8GB SDRAM
    Fully loaded...

    Just a dream, though....

    AJ

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    I'm happy with my AXP 1700+
    But, I'd take the money and my myself a nice new BMW!! Oh yeah... :d

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    I would enjoy one of our SAP servers we run here at work. 8 xeon 500mhz (yeah, they're 2 years old, I'd much rather something better), 4GB ram, 3 72gb scsi arrays.

    who cares about video, that thing should be making coffee for us.

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    I'm still working on my dream machine. It's a dual Athlon 1800+ with 1,5 GB RAM. I don't care much for video.
    I still need to buy that last 512 MB RAM and the second 1800+ processor. Then I'm done
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    Dual processor G4 Powerbook with 80 gig hd, CD-RW/DVD drive, 1 gig ram, and a nice bannana daqauri!
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    TRS-80. If you can find one.

    And maybe an SGI Onyx sitting next to it.

    Although my Cray boxen is kinda cool as it is.
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    I would take an IBM xSeries 440 server. Check it out http://www.pc.ibm.com/us/eserver/xseries/x440.html
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