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    Senior Member alakhiyar's Avatar
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    What Hardware Does Everyone Have Now-A-Days

    I can't remember most of my components but I'll do my best to remember:

    Athlon XP 3200+ with a funky cooler
    MSI K8N SLi Motherboard
    2GB DDR RAM (1024 X 2)
    6800GT with a funky cooler
    Adaptec 29320R
    2 Seagate Cheetah's 15,000RPM
    4 Seagate Barracuda 160GB SATA's I think
    2 Plextor 716SA's
    Turtle Beach Santa Cruz
    Linksys WMP54G PCI Lan
    Floppy Drive
    all packed into a Thermaltake Kandalf

    On the outside I've got:

    Logitech MX700 Keyboard and Mouse
    Altec Lansing GT5051R Speakers
    Dell UltraSharp™ 2007WFP Widescreen Monitor (which I love)

    Just curious to see how I'm doing compared to you guys. If I'm far behind, its time for an upgrade.
    Last edited by alakhiyar; January 3rd, 2007 at 08:57 AM.
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    Mostly server duties:
    Gigabyte GA-7DPX
    2x Athlon MP 2400+
    1 GB RAM
    3 80GB HDs
    FX5200
    LG Monitor (1600x1200@80Hz)
    Runs FreeBSD 6-STABLE

    Games and general workstation:
    MSI Neo (K8T chipset)
    AMD64 3400+
    1 GB RAM
    160GB S-ATA HD
    GeForce 6600GT
    Soundblaster X-fi Fatal1ty (Well, I ordered it, hoping to pick it up this week)
    Soundblaster Live! Value (will be replace by the Fatal1ty)
    NEC Dual layer DVD burner
    LiteOn 48x DVD-ROM
    Dell FP2001 Flatpanel
    Runs FreeBSD 6-STABLE and XP-x64

    And some 'old' systems, a P2-350 and a P2-400 with nothing much in them.. I also have some really old systems, 2 Amigas (1200, 4000) and 2 C-64s
    Last edited by SirDice; January 3rd, 2007 at 11:34 AM.
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    Well, here's my uber 1337 system:
    Intel Celeron 567 MHz
    192 MB RAM
    40 GB IDE HD
    NEC DVD-RW
    Dell CRT Monitor
    Compaq Wireless mouse
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    Only african to own a PC! Cider's Avatar
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    Your system seems most up to date unless you are a full on gamer. That system takes mine to the cleaners and I play most days. Anyways I would wait another month when people are trying to get rid of X-mas supplies ...
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    Main Desktop
    AMD 64 3700+
    1gig Corsair XMS PRO 400
    340 SATA WD hdd
    Was DFI LANPARTY UT NF3 that died...
    Replaced with ABIT KV8
    GF6800 GT AGP
    GF 5500 PCI
    4 21" P810 Viewsonic monitors at 1600x1200
    ATI TV CARD
    Sounblaster Live
    Watercooled
    Windows XP Professional
    (yes i use this to game)

    Server
    AMD XP 2500 Barton
    GA7VAXP
    1gig Corsair XMS Twinx
    ATI 9600AGP (notused as system runs headless)
    550w ANTECH TRUE POWER
    7 Ide hdds for a total of 1.2TB of space
    (hope to pull all these out and replace with 750s in raid 1 aray soon)
    Runs Server 2k3 Standard Is DC for network
    (DC used to keep rents computer inline as my teenage sister foobars it all the time.... farking myspace)

    Linux Box
    AMD 64 3400+
    cant remeber board cost 40 bucks onboard vid sound and nic
    250gig sata
    1gig kingston value ram
    Antec Smart power 350
    Runs debian snort and kismet to monitor my network

    Test Box
    Dell Dimention 8200
    1.2 p4
    1gig RIMMS
    Runs windows and or nix

    Laptop
    Alienware Area51m
    GF 5600 go
    768mb ram
    2.8 p4 HT

    Pda AKA project Gh0st
    H5455
    Dual Pcimcia Sleve
    1gig Sd card 512 CF
    Interal and Seano 2511 Ext2
    Familiar Linux

    Rents computer
    AMD XP 2100
    1gig mb ram
    genric AGP
    80gig ide
    Windows XP PRO

    EDIT: best part is all but parents computer reside in a room about the size of most college dorm rooms. Welcome to my Herd
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    Home Desktop:
    2.8 GHZ
    1GIG RAM
    40GIG HD
    DVDR-RW/CDR-RW
    17" Monitor
    Wireless Mouse Keyboard
    Windows XP Pro

    School Desktop: Dell (at school)
    2.4 GHZ
    1 GIG RAM
    80GIG HD
    CDR-RW
    17' LCD monitor
    Standard keyboard/mouse
    Windows XP Pro

    Laptop:
    1.4GHZ
    40GIG HD
    512RAM
    CDR-RW
    openSuSe 10.2
    00110001 01101101 00100000 00110101 00110000 00110000 00100000 00110001 00110011 00110011 00110111

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    Only african to own a PC! Cider's Avatar
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    This is either an egotistical thread or posted to make most drool Drool....
    The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
    Albert Einstein

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    AMD 2000+ (1733 mhz)
    Heatsink of heaviness +1 cooling -3 stamina
    Asus A7N8X NForce Mobo
    512mb PC2700 Ram
    2 x IBM 60gb drives (Not RAIDed)
    CD-RW that can't write anything anymore
    DVD rom
    Nvidia 6600 GT (AGP)
    Logitech MX500 Mouse
    Old fuzzy Dell 1027 CRT monitor
    Antec 430w TruePower PSU

    Built it... what... four years ago for a $1000 budget, gradually went through THREE motherboard RMAs and two Power supply RMAs. (Thankfully, the no-boot-madness seems to have stopped.) (Yes, I'm sure the problems were with the Mobo or undervoltaged PSUs.)

    8 year-old original MS Natural keyboard on "disassembled standby". (Read: Disassembled and cleaned 134 individual pieces after a bad soda spill, but then found a free keyboard somewhere else. I still wub the MS Natural with "normal" tetris-block arrow keys.)

    Of course, a fat lot of good it does me when I only see it on weekends. (Non-important story.)
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    Main box and internet gateway for home network.
    Athlon Xp 2000
    Dual boot Win XP or Suse 10.1
    1 G ram
    2 HD 300G and 80G

    Sons computer
    Athlon XP 2200
    256 M ram
    40 G HD

    Daughters computer
    Athlon XP 2200
    256 M ram
    2 HD 80G and 40G

    Sons Laptop
    Dell Latitude 610
    Pentium 3M 866mhz
    256M ram
    20 G HD

    My laptop
    Dell latitude 610
    Pentium 3M 1ghz
    256m ram
    20 G HD

    theres a couple of PDAs in the mix too

    This is all hard wired through a Cat 5E 100BT network. It's funny when my siblings bring their kids to visit. "What you don't have TVs with cable in the bedrooms?"
    Every room in my house has at least 1 Cat 5 plug. Don't have much use for TV.
    ddddc

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    main box:
    Intel P4 2.4 GHz
    Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000
    512 MB RAM
    80 GB harddisk
    atheros based wireless NIC
    ATI Radeon 9200 PRO
    Hitachi DVD-RW
    floppy drive
    LG-flatron ez T730S
    Dual-Booted: SuSE 10 Slackware 10.2

    notebook:
    lenovo thinkpad z60m
    Intel centrino 1.8 GHz
    512 MB RAM
    80 GB sata harddisk
    quadruple booted: SuSE 10, slackware 11, Win xp home edition, <<back|track 2
    -still struggling to get X windows system working-
    Last edited by HackerzMaster; March 24th, 2007 at 01:17 PM.
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