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HAHAHA! That PC would kill a Dell. Stupid brainwashed n00b. Dells aren't amazing like they say they are. Hell, most Dells run Celerons. HA! That beast I posted had an AMD Athlon 64-Bit 3200+ processor. It will smoke any Intel you throw at it.

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Show me better. You seem pretty mis-informed PC-wise. You're calling a bad ass computer worse than a Dell, you're saying free hosting is as good as paid hosting.

God, you brainwashed n00b. Everytime you open your mouth, bullshit falls out.

Unlike you, I went and did some research at Dell's website. Found a PC for 1,000 dollars that wouldn't touch WizZ's with a 10 foot pole. If I remember correctly, WizZ paid less than 1000 dollars to put together his amazing machine.

Dimension 4700

Bullet Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 520 w/HT Technology (2.80GHz, 800FSB)

Bullet Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition

Bullet 256MB DDR2 SDRAM at 400MHz (1x256M)

That alone((which is all they will tell me about the inside of the PC)) drives me away from it. Those specs suck ass.

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you in the past noob.

Jesus frolicking CHRIST you are stupid...

WizZ's computer blows away ANY dell in the same price range world, and costs muc hless than an upeer level dell. I dont care if you have a Dell and are doing this to show your loyalty to them, but I have one and it is nothing special.

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my friends computer.(i find out the make later)

is

3.40 GHZ

1 GB RAM

256GB VIDEO CARD

400 GB HD

DVD-REWRITER

and im going to dells website. now.

Edited by randomman

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My current pcs hardware setup it this:

Cpu: Amd Athlon 64 Winchester 3500+ 90nm @ 2.5GHz

Cpu Cooling: ThermalRight XP90c with Vantec Spectrum Modders Blue UV 80mm Fan

Motherboard: DFI Lanparty NF4 SLI-DR

Graphics Card: XFX GeForce 6600GT Extreme Gamers Edition 256MB DDR TV-Out/DVI

PSU: Antec Neopower 480w

Ram: OCZ VX GOLD PC3200 CAS 2.0 @ 2.7v 2.2-2-2-5

Soundcard: Creative Soundblaster Audigy 2

Master Harddrive: Seagate IDE 160GB 8MB Cache7200RPM

Slave Harddrive: Seagate IDE 80GB 8MB Cache 7200RPM

Master Rom drive: DVD-ROM 16x/48x

Slave Rom drive: Sony CD-RW 52x/32x/52x

Back Fan: Antec Tricool 120mm Blue Led

Front Fan: Ebuyer 120mm

Side Fan: Vantec 80mm Blue Modders

PCI Slot Fan: Vantec Spectrum Fan Card

Switch Bay: Two switches (Made by me)

Cold Cathodes: 1x 12" Blue Cathode, 1x 12" Green Cathode

LED: Blue Lazer LED

My whole case has been custom modified by myself, i am currently remaking the case :)

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:thumbsdown: My outdated PC : :wub: but I love it!

Athlon XP 2500+ (166 x 11) oc to 3000+ (200 x 10.5) w Zalman CNPS 7000A-Cu

Epox 8RDA3+

2 x 256 Mb Corsair XMMS (2-2-2-5) @ 200 MHz

120 Gb S-ATA + 60 Gb P-ATA all Seagate Baracuda

Abit Radeon 9550 VGuru (oc to 9600Pro)

MSI DVD-ROM

Pioneer DVR 109 DVD-RW

Sony CDRW

SoundBlaster! Live 5.1 w 4.1 speaker

Thermaltake Lanmoto Case + 480w HEC PSU (next target 500w)

17" Phillips 107C5

:cigar:

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I think I should go ahead and post this.

I doubt a single member here could even stand their PC next to this beast.

WizZ's Super Amazing Awesome Way Above You PC

I hope you don't tihnk thats the most 'leet' computer ever. I've seen some way more impressive home built computers, Even though that is pretty nice.

I was thinking about building my own, But I'm always knocking objects over & Breaking anything I touch. (just a few weeks ago I was taking out my 80GB harddrive in my LAN server & dropped it..Ruined it. :() So I turned down building a computer just yet. I bought me an Alienware in 2004.

-Intel Pentium 4 Processor 640 w/ HT 3.2GHz 800MHz

-1GB Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM at 533MHz - 2 x 512MB

-NVIDIA GeForce 5750 PCI Express 128MB (Yeh I know its pretty shitty :( Still PCI-e though)

-Creative SoundBlaster Audigy2 ZS 7.1

-Hard Drive 1: 74GB Serial ATA 10,000 RPM w/8MB Cache (use this for just about everything)

-Hard Drive 2: 160GB Serial ATA 7,200 RPM w/8MB Cache

And a Coolmaster Cooldrive 4 in one of my 4 5.25 bays. :P

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Of course there's more awesome computers out there. But I doubt there is one here. You can't deny that it's pretty cool.

I found a 64-bit notebook that had all better stuff than my desktop pc, except RAM((only 128 MB :'( )). It was only 850 dollars. I want it so badly.

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Last monday, I added a gigabyte of PC2700 RAM. It runs at 333MHz, but that's ok, my FSB is only 200 so it slows down anyway. I have noticed an improvment in performance though.

My Current specs

80GB Maxtor HDD

2.59 GHz P4 Northgate

-8KB L1 Cache

-512KB L2 Cache

200MHz FSB

1.5GB PC2700 DDR Ram

Windows XP Pro <-- Other than security issues, it's awesome.

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Spent a bit of cash lately, Updated stats:

-Intel Pentium 4 540 w/ HT 3.2GHz

-1GB (2x512) Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM @ 533MHz

-BFG GeForce 7800 GT OC, PCIe 256MB (Har har! I concur)

-160GB SATA 7,200 RPM

-73GB Western Digital 10,000RPM (Buy one, They're cheap on newegg)

[cocky] Don't think many people can top my gpu. :innocent: [/cocky]

Edited by smallpancake

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Ok, I recently got a new motherboard to run Half-Life 2 and San Andreas better.

P4 540 w/HT at 3GHz

GeForce 4 MX4000 graphics card-128mb

1GB of DDR-SDRAM

55GB 5400 RPM Maxtor hard drive master, the slave is a Western Digital 120gb piece at 5400rpm

(Oh, and yes, the new 7800 cards are quite sexy, because nVidia pwns ATi)

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Spent a bit of cash lately, Updated stats:

-Intel Pentium 4 540 w/ HT 3.2GHz

-1GB (2x512) Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM @ 533MHz

-BFG GeForce 7800 GT OC, PCIe 256MB (Har har! I concur)

-160GB SATA 7,200 RPM

-73GB Western Digital 10,000RPM (Buy one, They're cheap on newegg)

[cocky] Don't think many people can top my gpu.  :innocent: [/cocky]

The 10,000 RPM drives are out!? gently caress YEAH! GIVE ME THE LINK!!!!

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