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@Huckleberrypie: or get a new computer :P Seriously though, E8400 is just 160 USD and god damned fast.

@ azn: You have a damn good computer!

No offense to azn, but an 7500LE isn't exactly a very good card (for these days).

I want to order all the new components Monday. Might take slightly longer though.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Just bought new PC parts...

So:

Asus NForce 500 M2N E-Sli Motherboard

2Gb Corsair XMS2 Memory

AMD Athlon X2 5000+ Processor

250 Seagate Barracuda HDD

Samsung DVD RW with LightScribe

450w Enermax Power supply

Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT

All of that in an Antec P180 Black Edition Case.... love it.

7.1 Creative T7900 Surround sound

19" Vusys Monitor

Saitek Eclipse Gaming Keyboard

Saitek Gamer's mouse

Canon LiDE 25 Scanner

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Well, look

All

CIMG0380.jpg

Close up Monitor

CIMG0381.jpg

and allot of wires lol

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Manufacturer: Compaq Presario 061

Processor: AMD Athlon™ 64 Processor 3500+, ~2.2GHz

Memory: 2302MB RAM

Hard Drive: 200 GB Total

Video Card: Radeon X1950 Series

Monitor: Plug and Play Monitor

Sound Card: Realtek HD Audio rear output

Speakers/Headphones: Logitech

Keyboard: USB Root Hub

Mouse: USB Root Hub

Mouse Surface: A fucking desk

Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 1 (2600.xpsp1.020828-1920)

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i am sure mrllamallama will correct me if i go wrong here which i prob will...

right:

HD: an amazingly poor 40GB (the same as my ps3...)

GFX card: Radeon 98800

processor: dunno the make... but it is (i think) 1.6 GHz

RAM:1GB DDR2

OS: crappy windows xp (i want a mac but am skint)

and prob some other stuff i missed...

40 gig western digital HD

Radeon 9800 PRO All in wonder (+ CUSTOM COOLER)

AMD athlon 64 3100+ (1.8 Ghz)

1Gb DDR RAM

Xp (which pwns vista, so don't bitch)

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Well, look

All

http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p230/sa...93/CIMG0380.jpg

Close up Monitor

http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p230/sa...93/CIMG0381.jpg

and allot of wires lol

http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p230/sa...93/CIMG0383.jpg

Manufacturer: Compaq Presario 061

Processor: AMD Athlon™ 64 Processor 3500+, ~2.2GHz

Memory: 2302MB RAM

Hard Drive: 200 GB Total

Video Card: Radeon X1950 Series

Monitor: Plug and Play Monitor

Sound Card: Realtek HD Audio rear output

Speakers/Headphones: Logitech

Keyboard: USB Root Hub

Mouse: USB Root Hub

Mouse Surface: A fucking desk

Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 1 (2600.xpsp1.020828-1920)

I have the same desk as you. Very popular desk, from what I've seen.

ZOMG you have the same computer as me! Except your specs are way better.

hey man, its a good computer, very customizable. i am putting neon into it later this months so it will glow red.

PCs aren't quite like cars. ALL PCs are customizable. Macs might be a tad harder and you can't use standard parts for them, but they are even still customizable.

I don't feel like remembering my CPU speed, but I know I just dropped out half a gig of RAM from my PC to give to Chestnut. That's fucking love right there.

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Just ordered some Corsair Dominator 4 gig (4 modules, for 2 times dual channel), 1066 MHz. Works 5-5-5-15 and if I'm not mistaken it uses the D9 chips, so it should be pretty overclockable. Also ordered the kickass fan with it, so it will be something like this:

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That should make it reach the 1150 I think, I hope. Probably will.

But I still don't have all the parts (god damned CPU >_<). I'll make some thread when I've got everything.

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I just got a great new computer about two weeks ago. It has:

Processor: AMD 2.2 GHz dual-core processor

RAM: 2 GB (plus an extra 1.8 GB with ReadyBoost)

Hard drive: 500 GB (2x250)

Video card: ATI RADEON X1250 (256 MB video RAM)

Operating system: Windows Vista Home Premium (SP1)

Monitor: Acer 19" HD LCD flat-panel

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Wooohoooo!

I'm happy. Why you ask? Well, I just ordered a 9800 GTX from XFX. Should arrive in a weeks time. But then I STILL have to wait for the CPU.... 8th of April... I'm getting there slowly.

I posted a picture of that thing not all that long ago, I'll try to find that post again.

Edit: found.

I've ordered all my parts. All have arrived except for that damned CPU and they're only expecting it to come at the end of March... >_<

Good thing being that that gives me the time to wait for the GTX too, maybe get that thing.

If you've got the cash: go for a 9800 GTX:

CeBIT08-GeForce9800GTX-3.jpg

Looks sweeeet.

Hopefully that'll be a bye bye to the 3870X2 since these cards rival each other when it comes to the price. I'm afraid it'll be just slightly slower though..

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I have a Dell which is actually quite customise-freindly, and thats saying something.

I have had it since 2005, modified it in many ways, (upgrading RAM, buying a new DVD Drive + bought another hard drive.)

It has been reinstalled about 5 times, (due to viruses, and just being clogged up.)

Here are specs:

Dell Dimension 5100

Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz Processor

768MB of RAM

ATI X1050 Series Graphics card with 128MB of memory.

X2 Maxtor 6L160M0 160GB hard drives

Pioneer DVR-107D DVD-RW + CD-RW

Lite-On LTR-24102B CD-RW + DVD

PIC:

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INSIDE VIEW:

dell-dimension-5100-offen.jpg

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