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Old 10-16-2002, 12:00 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Self-built:
Soyo KT333 Dragon Ultra Platinum Edition
Athlon XP 2200+ 1.83 Ghz
1GB 266Mhz PC2100 DDRRAM
120GB 7200 RPM IBM HD
80GB 7200 RPM Seagate HD
GeForce 4 ti 4600
40/12/48 CDRW
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Old 10-21-2002, 12:54 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Machines I got at work:

#1: (Custom built - This one's got crapload's of integrated components)

- Single 80mm exhaust fan
- Amptron K7-810XLM motherboard (SiS 730 chipset)
- AMD Athlon 1.2 GHz CPU (Thunderbird)
- 256 MB PC133 SDRAM
- Crappy integrated SiS 730 chipset video (64 MB sys. RAM shared)
- 1x WD 40.0 GB HD, 7200rpm
- Acer 16x/10x/32x CD-RW
- Integrated audio
- Labtech LCS-3414 speakers
- Integrated 10/100 SiS LAN
- SDSL line, 1.5Mbit/1.5Mbit
- Netopia xDSL/T1 router
- Amptron 56k v.92 AMR modem (backup)
- 15" Compaq monitor, .28dp (1024×768×32, 60Hz)
- Keytronics Keyboard
- M$ Intellimouse Explorer
- DirectX 8.1
- Windows 98 Second Edition

#2: (Custom built)

- Single 80mm exhaust fan
- Amptron K7-810XLM motherboard (SiS 730 chipset)
- AMD Athlon 1.0 GHz CPU (Thunderbird)
- 512 MB PC133 SDRAM
- ATI Radeon VE 64 MB graphics card
- 1x Maxtor 60.0 GB HD, 7200rpm
- 16x Toshiba DVD-ROM drive
- Integrated audio
- Labtech LCS-3414 speakers
- Davicom 9102 10/100 PCI NIC
- SDSL line, 1.5Mbit/1.5Mbit
- Netopia xDSL/T1 router
- Amptron 56k v.92 AMR modem (backup)
- 19" Viewsonic G790 monitor, .26dp (1600×1200×32, 75Hz)
- Keytronics Keyboard
- M$ Intellimouse Explorer
- DirectX 8.1
- ATI Catalyst™ 02.3
- Windows XP Professional + SP1

#3: (Dell Dimension 4400)

- Dual 80mm fans + single intake fan
- Intel i845D based motherboard
- Intel Pentium 4 1.6 GHz CPU (1.6A)
- 512 MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM
- NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 400 64 MB graphics card
- 1x WD 60.0 GB HD, 7200rpm
- 16x DVD-ROM drive
- Integrated audio
- Labtech LCS-3414 speakers
- Davicom 9102 10/100 PCI NIC
- SDSL line, 1.5Mbit/1.5Mbit
- Netopia xDSL/T1 router
- 22" Optiquest V115T monitor, .26dp (1600×1200×32, 75Hz)
- Keytronics Keyboard
- M$ Intellimouse Explorer
- DirectX 8.1
- NVIDIA Detonator 40.72
- Windows 2000 Professional + SP3 (Decided to uninstall XP and settle for 2K )
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Old 10-21-2002, 07:49 PM   #13 (permalink)
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1.9ghz Intel
845d chipset
80gb 7200 seagate barracuda
80gb 7200 Western digital (8mb cache)
768mb sdRAM
Nvidia Geforce 4 ti4200(128mb)
16X12X40 CDRW
52xCDRom
Aardvark direct pro q10
XP pro
dual 17" sony monitors

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Old 10-30-2002, 11:56 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Im planing to upgrade my processor to an Athlon XP 2gig(the fastest speed my motherboard can handle) and my video to a Radeon 9500 if it turns out to be better than a Ge force TI 4600.
My specs are in my signature
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Old 10-30-2002, 07:54 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Originally posted by GeForce
- Gainward GeForce3 64mb DDR (first generation), flashed with GeForce3 Ti 500 BIOS!!
Wow, thats cool. How do u do that??? Arent there any dangers in doing that? Dose it increse preformance?
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There were some risks taken, such as flashing the BIOS of a wrong video card. Luckily, the Gainward card I had (GeForce3 original) had pretty much the exact same hardware layout as their Ti 500 model, so I went right ahead. Some stability HAD to be lost, but it increased my performance from 15-20% in many games by setting the default frequencies to 240/500 (originally 200/460). Increasing the default frequencies is all it really does. If BIOS flashing is too risky, then it's better off to tweak instead.

Just to heed any warnings there before attempting to flash with the BIOS of a videocard of a diff. model.
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Mine is crap.. Runs photoshop 7, xp pro SOO Slow.. But atleast it computes it.. Wait till i build me a new machine.. I'll own all of joo!
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Mine is :

Piece of Crap :
AMD Athlon XP 1800++
Soltek SL-75KAV/-X
Apacer 512 MB PC133 SDRAM (from PowerMac G4)
ASUS V8170 GeForce4 MX 440
Lite-On 40X12X48X CD-Writer
Sony FDD
Maxtor 80 GB 7200 rpm
cheap internal 56k modem ...
cheap speaker ...
cheap casing ...
cheap Logitech keyboard ...
cheap mouse ...

Apple Macintosh
Apple PowerMac G4 733 MHz QuickSilver
Motorola PPC 7440 733 MHz
Micron 128 MB + Kingston 256 MB + Apacer (512 MB)
IBM 40 GB + Western Digital WD1200JB
nVidia GeForce2 MX
Sony 12X8X32X CD-Writer
Apple Pro Keyboard + Apple Pro Mouse

Shared :
Samsung 17" SyncMaster 753DFX
Epson Stylus Photo 810
Epson Perfection 610 ...

Future Purchase :
19" (at least) Flat CRT
2 X 512 MB PC133 SDRAM
5.1 Speakers set (Creative/Klipsch/Altec Lansing)
A portable ...

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Old 12-03-2002, 06:42 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Man this is a little intimidating:

Remember it's not how big your processor is, but...

Anyway:

Desktop PC is:

Dell Optiplex GX260

Video: Intel 845G PCI Accelerated SVGA
Ethernet: Intel Pro 1000 MT Network Connection
Sound: AC'97 Audio Controller

Processor Manufacturer Intel P4:
External Clock Speed 400 Hz
Maximum Clock Speed 2400 Hz
Current Clock Speed 2000 Hz

RAM: 256 MB

Total Memory 260092 Kb
Available Memory 54256 Kb
Page File Size 640376 Kb
Available Page File 295504 Kb
Virtual Memory 2097024 Kb
Available Virtual Memory 1989868 Kb

40 GB Hard Drive partitioned into C and D @ 20 GB each
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Old 12-03-2002, 07:46 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Nice brahm....what other specs do u have? When did u get the GX260? We have some GX10's at the place I work at, and Im wondering how old they are.

Wow......2gb of virtual memory?
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