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06/28/2005 10:19:16 PM · #76
yes me picture was taking by a web cam
06/28/2005 10:24:59 PM · #77
I do all my best work in Fortran with punchcards....
06/28/2005 10:32:46 PM · #78
I have a 2.7 Gigahertz intel. It's probably slow now, but 6 months ago, this baby was the shnizzle.
06/28/2005 10:41:07 PM · #79
AMD64 3400+ on a ASUS nForce3 250Gb mobo with
2G PC3200
250MB 7200/ATA133/8M Cache HD
GeForce FX 5700 Ultra
Creative Audigy 2 Z something or other
In an old Antec Case with 550W Dual Fan P/S and 4 case fans...my blacklight inside blew up so it no longer works...

Hey it runs Battlefield 2...
06/28/2005 10:53:14 PM · #80
in my 3 year old rig I built...

1700 Athlon xp (1.4ghz) underclocked to 1.1ghz (to prevent overheating)
geforce 4, 128mb version
STAudio pro soundcard
SBlive! soundcard
386mb ram... oldschool pc133 (no not the DDR kind)
2 x 80 gig 7200rpm 8mb cashe HDs
built in... sound... card...

monitor is a nec 15inch lcd, the high end one of the time
headphones - Grado sr 225's *drool*
altec lansing speakers... 80 watt system.
All very upgradable with the current motherboard... for not very much money... if I had money!

Message edited by author 2005-06-28 22:54:56.
06/28/2005 10:57:14 PM · #81
haha underclocked an athlon... i love it!
06/28/2005 10:58:28 PM · #82
Dual 2.5GHz Power Mac G5/2GB SDRAM/200GB Serial ATA

1.67GHz PowerBook G4/1GB DDR333 SDRAM/80GB Hard Drive

1.2Ghz iBook G4/1.25 GB DDR SDRAM/100 GB Hard Drive

1Ghz eMac G4/1GB SDRAM/ 80 GB Hard Drive

1 250 GB LaCie d2 Extreme FireWire Ext. Hard Drive
06/28/2005 11:06:18 PM · #83
Originally posted by kyebosh:


1700 Athlon xp (1.4ghz) underclocked to 1.1ghz (to prevent overheating)


I highly recommend Zalman CPU fans. An excellent investment of ~$30. No problems with overheating and no need to underclock... I use them on athlon 64 boxes.

Microcenter has them, and i would imagine, any reputable online store.
06/28/2005 11:11:14 PM · #84
Did I mention a 32x coffee cup holder?

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06/28/2005 11:19:33 PM · #85
Originally posted by yurasocolov:

Originally posted by kyebosh:


1700 Athlon xp (1.4ghz) underclocked to 1.1ghz (to prevent overheating)


I highly recommend Zalman CPU fans. An excellent investment of ~$30. No problems with overheating and no need to underclock... I use them on athlon 64 boxes.

Microcenter has them, and i would imagine, any reputable online store.

I bought a good fan which is on it... and I have 2 other 80mm case fans which I put in as mods... The chip didn't do it originally, it's just that it's slowly dying... it still locks up at 1.1ghz on occasion.
06/28/2005 11:26:38 PM · #86
Whatever I could scrounge up at the time...
AMD Athlon 2200+ w/500MB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce MX 4000,
120GB WD & 80GB Maxtor HD's, Sony Combo CD/CD-RW/DVD ROM,
On-Board LAN & SOund, 1 extra LAN card for network.

Just basic - works fine.
06/28/2005 11:35:36 PM · #87
Thanks for you genorosity Yura!
:-D
06/30/2005 03:30:31 AM · #88
Originally posted by Prof_Fate:

My first one
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Now don't drool over these specs...
Radio Shack TRS-80 Color Computer
Nickname: CoCo
Introduced: July 1980
Price: US $399
CPU: Motorola 6809E @ 0.89MHz
RAM: 4K, later 16K
Ports: TV, joysticks, cassette,
serial, cartridge port
Display: 192 X 128 graphics
32 X 16 text; 4 colors
Storage: Cassette
OS: BASIC in ROM


AHHHH Nothing like the Trash-80
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