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  1. #11
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    Macintosh PowerBook G3 Firewire (aka Pismo)
    G3 400 mhz
    1024MB RAM
    6 Gig HD
    External Firewire CD-RW
    MacOS X (10.1.3)

    Celeron 466mhz
    192 MB RAM
    10 Gig HD

    BSD box:
    Pentium 133 mhz
    32MB RAM
    1 Gig
    not running, because I need a processor fan (it blew after 3 days of uptime)

    Soon to have Linux Box:
    PowerComputing PowerCenter 150
    G3 150 mhz
    32-64 MB RAM
    Yellow Dog Linux


  2. #12
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    Some nice ones

    Some nice systems so far. Check mine:
    (The joy of working at a pc shop helps as well. Also, if any of the fine folks here at Antionline need parts and happen to live in Ft. Walton Beach (or therebouts), Florida area PM me and I'll tell you where the shop is located)

    AMD Athlon XP 1700+ (1.47)
    512MB DDR (PC 2100)
    IBM 30 gig 7200 rpm HD
    Samsung 20 gig 5400 rpm HD
    Afreey 50x CD-ROM
    Teac 8x8x32x CD-RW
    Soundblaster Live 5.1
    GeForce 2 MX-400 64MB
    Netgear 10/100 NIC
    Creative Modem Blaster 56.6k
    AOC 19' Monotor
    Microsoft Optical Intellimouse
    Risk everything, or gain nothing.

  3. #13
    Main Box
    custom (all bits from "computer fair") -- Win 98, RH7.2, FreeBSD 4.3
    Thunderbird 1.33GHZ
    256 Mb DDR RAM
    20 Gb HDD, DVD-ROM
    Voodoo 3 1000 (soon to go)
    100-TX net (3com)

    Server/gateway/box2 RH7.2
    really messed with compaq, only cpu/mobo is original
    500 MHz athlon
    320 MB pc100 RAM
    12.5 GB HDD, CD-ROM
    2 Mb Appian GFX no sound
    100-TX net (3com)

    Win98 -- toshiba
    475 MHz k62
    64 MB RAM
    4 Gb HDD, cd-rom
    GFX - 8 Mb ATI
    100-TX net (duno who from)

    PC 3 (not mine but my friends)
    compaq -- winME
    1.1 Athlon
    256 Mb PC133 ram
    GForce 2 32 DDR
    40 Gb HDD, DVD, CD-RW
    100-TX (3com)
    nice TFT monitor
    -=Plague of The IV=-

    Two great things came from UC Berkely; LSD and BSD.

  4. #14
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    Talking The Computers I Use on a Daily Basis

    I use a considerable amount of computers on a daily basis.

    1.) The Family Computer (Gateway)
    500mhz Celeron II
    192 mb SDRAM pc133 (168 pin)
    15 gig Quantum Fireball 5400 rpm
    4mb VRAM (Onboard)
    Onboard Audio
    3pc Speaker (2 satalites and a subwoofer)
    Realtek 10/100 Ethernet Card
    15" Gateway EV500
    RCA Cable modem via USB
    Microsoft Intellimouse 2 button w/ wheel
    Microsoft Internet Keyboard
    Win2k Pro

    2.) My Personal Computer (Self Built on a budget)
    500mhz AMD K6-II
    256 mb pc133 SDRAM
    (1) 10 gig Maxtor 4500 rpm
    (1) 1 gig Maxtor 4500 rpm
    Microsoft Win2k Pro
    Netgear FA311 Fast Ethernet Card 10/100
    50x CD-Rom Drive
    Creative(C) Speakers
    300W power supply
    Logitech USB Wheel Mouse
    Gigabyte GA-5SMM (?) Motherboard
    8 MB VRAM (Onboard)
    Onboard Audio
    Star Logic 104-key Win98 Keyboard

    3.) School Computer ( )
    166 Pentium I
    16 MB SIMMS
    1.5 Gig HDD
    Win95 w/ Novell Client 3.3.xx
    Compaq Presarios
    Purchase Date: 1995
    Recieved: 1996
    10mb generic ISA NIC
    Apps attempted to run on these pieces of junk:
    IE 5.5
    Adobe Photoshop 4.0 LE
    Adobe Pagemaker 6.5
    MS Office
    KCA (A stupid typing program... require minimum 24 Mb of RAM)
    USB ports (even though Win95 won't support them)
    Foolproof 3.3.02 (Client Side Security- easy than hell to bypass)

    4.) The BSD box
    BSD v.1.0
    HDD: Unknown
    RAM: Unknown
    Hewlitt Packard MULTI MEDIA
    Welcome to Hell , where we have served more than all of the fast food chains put together! And the number grows everyday! Stay tuned!

  5. #15
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    School Computer 166 Pentium I 16 MB SIMMS
    hehe...that's not a computer ...that's an antique...a relic i tells ya...hell..i think my watch has more than 16M ram ...heheheh

    my how times change...i remember my first don;t it was toooo long ago...ehe...

    do remember the first computer i ever owned personally...a 386-40mhz amd ...woooo...i rocked...remember playin wing commander 1 with it amber monitor screeen..hehe...
    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

  6. #16
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    P3 800 mghz
    640 megs of ram
    30 gig harddrive
    80 gig harddrive
    ati all-in-wonder 128
    soundblaster live
    Learn like you are going to live forever, live like you are going to die tomorrow.


  7. #17
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    hey that was a greate idea p2p .. well

    in my office i use...


    1GHz processor,
    128 MB RAM
    20 GB HARD DISK.

    and at my house..

    500 MHz celeron processor,
    32 MB RAM,
    10.8 GB hard disk.

    at my house i have a little bit old PC

    rest all it fine... hehehehe

    A laptop, internet connection and beer.

  8. #18
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    Here is my system. I build it a year ago

    AMD Athlon Thunderbird 700MHz
    SDRAM 133 256Mb
    GForce2 MX 32Mb
    Sound Blaster Live Value!
    Pioneer 16X DVD Drive
    Ricoh 12X10X32X CDRW Drive
    IBM 30Gb HD (Windows 98)
    IBM 20G HD (Red Hat Linux 7.2)
    56K V.90 Fax Modem

    It's more than enough for me
    Can I get out of this prison?
    Can I stay this prison forever?

  9. #19
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    School Computer 166 Pentium I 16 MB SIMMS

    Wow put that in a showcase and get it praised sounds like a classic to me. lol

  10. #20
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    Jan 2002
    1.47 gig athlon xp 1700
    k7n420pro motherboard nforce chipset
    30 gig hdd
    creative lab 16X10X32 CDRW
    creative lab 52x cd rom
    256m ddr ram
    almost 2 months old to the day mp
    p3 450mhz (don't laugh)
    256m ram
    hp cdrw, iomega zip, dvd player
    8+20gig hdd
    3 years old
    U suk at teh intuhnet1!!1!1one

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