Post your SPECS

Discussion in 'Silicon (v)Alley' started by smile4u, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. #41 BudStoned, Dec 3, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 3, 2009
    It was available... and since I do a lot of gaming I went for it... I know it is overkill but it was a good deal.. That isn't even including the 4 gigs of ONBOARD GRAPHICS/VIDEO MEMORY... LOL...

    I said it was SMOKIN....
  2. I hope you have those drives set up in a RAID configuration
  3. No RAID config...

    The disks are not all the same... bought at different times and have different data..
    One just has about 100 gigs of music.. the others are back-up drives, and extra space.

    Everything I have read about a RAID config requires that the drives be identical...
  4. AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual core 4200+
    2GB PC2-4200 DDR2 RAM
    250GB Hard Drive
    2TB Hard Drive
    16X DVD burner
    ATi All In Wonder X1900 videocard
    Pinnacle TV tuner card
    Creative Audigy 2 soundcard
    850Watt power supply

    Oh and Windows 7
  5. Intel Core i7 860(2.80GHz)
    8GB DDR3
    1TB HDD
    ATI Radeon HD 5850
  6. You realize that your system can't possibly utilize that much memory, right? Not even by half...

    I hope for your sake it was a good deal.
  7. #47 Sovereign Psyche, Dec 4, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 4, 2009
    im bunkin all your shits

    CPU: intel core2 duo 2.6GH
    RAM:2 Gigs DDR2
    Video: Nvidia Geforce 8800 GT w/512mb RAM
    HardDrive: 1TB, and 150GB (at 7200RPMs each)
    Sound: Sound Blaster Audigy 2
    w/ 5.1 surround sound

    the only thing i need to upgrade now is my shitty 450Watt power supply
    i can play any game made with the highest graphics with no slowdown:hello:

    btw, alot of you people need to learn how to prioritize what you are buying b/c even tho i dont have 9 gigs(overkill) of ram, my computer is probably much faster than yours

    i only need 2 gigs to run Itunes, firefox, steam, and a bunch of other process's WHILE playing L4D2 on the highest graphics, with no slowdown

  8. Sure... but with the way games are going these days more is always better... too much today may be just enough tomorrow...

  9. OCZ 120GB Vertex SSD
    Intel Core I7 920 8 cores @ 2.67
    6 GB Corsair Dominator DDR3
    Antec Case & PS
    Asus MB
    GTX 275
  10. Packard Bell Executive Multimedia 25 Mhz (math coprocessor not included) 2 MB RAM Turbo Switch Reads CDs (weather permitting) Reads 3.5 Makes Coffee

  11. Are you serious? That sounds like a machine from the Seventies. Time to
    invest in a new computer dude. $500 will get you more power than NASA had
    to get to the moon.

  12. very nice man! which cooler master case is that? I am building a machine in the storm sniper black edition case, gigabyte ep45-ud3p board, and a core2quad 2.33ghz, i dont do any gaming and its going to be running os x 10.6 :D i'm almost done with the system just need to buy monitors. i'll post some pics of it soon

    love your setup man really nice and clean!
  13. I have 9 computers in the house at this very moment, so bare with me.

    Dell GX520*

    • Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz
    • 2 GB DDR2
    • Intel GMA950
    • 320 GB HDD
    • DVD+RW DL Burner
    • Mac OS X 10.5.5/Windows XP Pro

    Mac Mini (Mid 2007)*

    • Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz
    • 2 GB DDR2
    • Intel GMA950
    • 120 GB HDD
    • SuperDrive
    • Mac OS X 10.6.1 Snow Leopard

    MacBook Pro (15 Inch, Late 2008)

    • Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz
    • 4 GB DDR3
    • Nvidia GeForce 9600M GT
    • 320 GB HDD
    • SuperDrive
    • Mac OS X 10.6.1 Snow Leopard

    MacBook Pro (17 Inch, Early 2009)*

    • Same as the 15 inch I think.

    MacPro (Early 2008)

    • Dual Intel Quad-Core Xeon 3.0 GHz
    • 8 GB DDR2
    • Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT
    • 1 TB HDD
    • SuperDrive
    • Mac OS X 10.6.1

    My Custom Gaming Rig (Which never get used any more)

    • Intel i7 (950 or 960, im not sure) Quad Core 3.2 GHz
    • 12 GB DDR3
    • NVidia GTX 200 series, not sure anymore.
    • DVD RW DL/ BD R Drive
    • 32 GB SSD
    • 1 TB HDD
    • Windows Vista Ultimate

    Server A (Media Server)

    • AMD Opteron Dual Core 3.0 GHz
    • 8 GB DDR2
    • 32 GB SSD (2x16 GB in RAID 10)
    • 600 GB HDD (2x300 GB 15000 RPM SCSI)
    • Ubuntu 9.10 Server Edition

    Server B (Database)

    • Dual AMD Opteron Dual Core 3.0 GHz
    • 32 GB DDR2
    • 32 GB SSD (2x16 GB in RAID 10)
    • 1.75 TB HDD (6x300 GB 15000 RPM SCSI)
    • Windows Server 2008 Standard r2

    Sony Vaio NW130J*

    • Intel Core 2 Duo 2.1 GHz
    • 8 GB DDR2
    • DVD RW DL Drive
    • 320 GB HDD
    • ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570
    • Windows 7 Ulitmate

    * = Not mine and won't be here forever, thank god.
  14. #54 UndeadMilkman, Dec 7, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 9, 2009
    yall kids and your computers...


    Processor: 333 MHz.
    OS: Linux (128 bit)
    Speakers: integrated
    Monitor: integrated
    CD: UMD
    RAM: 32 MB.

    Edit: im guessing nobody cought it but everything i posted is a PSP!

    my REAL computer

    EVGA x56 SLI classified motherboard
    Intel core i7 965 quad core processor overclocked to 4.40ghz
    24GB RAM
    2 Radeon HD 4890 graphics cards
    western digital velociRaptor 300GB 10000RPM SATA drive
    dual LG Flatron 1720p monitors

    Bitch's i win?
  15. Windows 7 64-Bit
    AMD Phenom x3 8550 Tripple Core
    4Gb mem
    500Gb Western Digital HDD
    NVIDIA GeForce 9100 GPU (shitty)
  16. My PC (monster?) is going to take the gold :D

    6.28 ghz core2duo e8600 (-140c with liquid nitrogen at 2.0v)
    radeon 4850 at 929 MHz (water cooled)
    ddr3-1920mhz @ 7-7-7-8 1T
    rampage extreme motherboard (With refrigeration cooling on northbridge)

    Kickass :)
  17. I just got my new computer!

    Intel i5-750
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    512MB ATI Radeon HD 4350
    1TB hard drive with a second 1TB external drive
    Windows 7

    I already have a 24" Gateway HD monitor, so that's not new.
  18. Jesus christ!!! you guys have some rigs!!! What did they cost you?

    My 3 year old looks so crappy in comparison lol ;_; But back in it's day...!! Actually, back in it's day it was still not that great cause I bought a gen or two behind XD
  19. Mah Laptop:

    AMD Athlon 64 tf-40 1.6 ghz single core processor.
    2gbs of ddr2 ram.
    ati radeon 1200 express graphics
    120 gb hard drive
    Windows vista, (upgrading to 7 soon)
    8x dual layer dvd burner (burns the 7.5 gigabyte dvd's), if I got the software I could burn bluray copies.

    It can play oblivion on a widescreen resolution greater than 640x480 with 30+ fps. Suits my needs most definitely!
  20. Mine cost me around $2,200-$2,300 when I built it about 2 years ago and the parts were brand new. I'm apparently a tad outdated compared to other users on here but I havent found anything I can't run; still runs like a top and that's all that matters.:D

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