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Old 03-03-2006, 06:03 PM   #11 (permalink)
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commador 64 (Sp?) We had Carmen Sandiego on it... I was very small.

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i have one of those! i love it they are great machines.
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Old 03-04-2006, 03:41 AM   #13 (permalink)
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$4000, 8088 @ 1mhz, 256k ram, 16mb harddrive, dos 3 ... about all i can remember about that system

486DX, 8mb ram, 140mb harddrive, dell winows 3.11

then upgrade to original pentium, sent it back cause it made mistakes (lol if anyone remembers that...)

p133 32mb ram, 4gb harddrive !!! lol windows 95

433 celeron / 810 mobo ... 64 or 128 mb ram, cant remember windows 98se

BAM

athlon xp 2700+. 1024mb ram, 60gb harddrive, radeon 9600pro, soyo dragon or some **** mobo -- 2000, then later on xp

athlon 64 3700+, abit something or other mobo, 6600gt ---> debian 2.6.12

sold it for a

powerbook g4 1.5ghz. 1.25gb, 80gb, dvdrw, 12" --> 10.4.4

collected parts to build athlon xp 1800+ 1024mb ram, gigabyte/via, fx 5700,100gb LVM --- mythtv

sold the powerbook for my current system

athlon 64 x2 3800+. dfi lp slidr, 7800gt, 2048 ocz plat., audigy 2 zs plat. --> debian unstable / 2.6.15-1-smp


oh and sitting in my closet is a mac classic II, dunno the specs, works great lol, and a p2 266mhz mobo/cpu, and a p3 mobo/cpu @ 733mhz

im done talknig about legacy hw lol
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Old 03-04-2006, 08:57 AM   #15 (permalink)
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My first system is the one I have now but it was really crappy back when I got in 2001

original specs were

AMD Athlon xp 1800+
256mb ram
40gb hdd
Geforce2 mx 32mb video
17 inch crt

That whole thing costed 1700 bucks canadian.

A few weeks before I got it i had a 486 but I don't count that because it broke 6 days after I got it.
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Old 03-04-2006, 09:25 AM   #16 (permalink)
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my current computer is my second one!!
the first one was intel celeron
500mhz, (no idea abt how much cache it had!!)
64 mb SD RAM(then upgraded to 192MB SDRAM)
only CREATIVE cdrom --48x
then upgraded to sony writer 48-24-48
although i had a multimedia keyboard i did not have an optical mouse
no videocards or 3d cards
15 inch color monitor
and..........well.......ummmm........thats about it!!!!
nice topic dude!!!loved it!!! c ya!!!!
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