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    Arrow Your rig

    So what computer rig does everyone have ?

    --Dell Inspiron 8100 Laptop - recieved for xmas 2k1 and it's already screwed up
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    This is my system.

    1400 mhz Athlon (266 mhz FSB)
    256 MB DDR RAM
    GeForce 3
    Runs primarily KDE 2.2 on Mandrake 8.2, though I boot to windows 2000 every once in awhile to compile/test BomberLAN on it.

    Right now I am typing from a family computer that I just fixed.

    1000 mhz Athlon (200 mhz FSB)
    128 MB PC133 RAM (soon to be 512 megs of DDR )
    GeForce 2 GTS.
    It's running KDE 3 on Red Hat 7.3 now, but will probably be predominantly running windows once I can find the CD and install it, as the family isn't really that keen on using Linux.
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    I was thinking this would be better as a poll, but then. there's a lot of variety. THAT IS ONE BIG POLL.

    I'm ashamed to say I'm still using DOS 6, Windows 3, and I think it's somewhere close to the early x86 processors.

    *hangs head in shame*

    But hey - it gets the job done. It's all about who's behind the keyboard

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    Heh, wow. That stuff has got to be painfully slow though.
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    Latest specs.

    1800XP AMD

    geoforce 4

    lots of 3d marks

    384 MB ram

    Lots of cooling to be safe (lmao, see other threads)

    100gb HDD

    AND MY FAVOURITE.....RUNNING XP HOME (its the best)

    Nasty 56k modem (Damn that BT for no broadband/cable in my street)

    Etc
    Such is life.

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    800 mhz PIII, still fast enough for me
    nVidia TNT2 32 megs
    256 megs of PC133 sdram
    8X burner
    12X dvd, never used
    19" NEC moniter
    40 gig 7200 rpm hd
    DSL - 1.5 megabits down, 128 kilobits up
    Windows XP home, doesn't work that well with this comp
    Optical mouse
    Broken scanner
    2nd optical mouse, broken

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    1200-C Althon (266 FSB) on a MSI mainboard
    640MB SDRAM
    32MB nVidia TNT-2
    HP 8x CD-Burner
    30G WD - Running Win2K
    20G WD - Running Redhat 7.3
    17" KDS monitor

    PIII 700
    256MB SDRAM
    32MB ATI
    20G WD - Running Slackware 8.0 and FreeBSD
    (this one is going to my brother soon)

    I use a KVM switch to move between systems for now.
    I'm going to rebuild an old P-166 just to play with when I give my brother the other one.
    If a tree falls in the forest, and no one is around to see it, do the other trees make fun of it?

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    I use a stone, chisle, used chewing gum and a lot of twine. Oh... and duct tape.... can't forget about that.
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    Originally posted by Betazep
    I use a stone, chisle, used chewing gum and a lot of twine. Oh... and duct tape.... can't forget about that.
    Nice one.... lol
    -Compiler
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    --Adventures of Lakod(0%)
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    300 Mhz AMD K3 3D-Now! processor
    384 MB SDRAM
    8 GB HD primary
    40 GB HD secondary
    GeForce 2
    36x CDROM
    12x4x24 HP CD-RW
    17" Smile monitor
    56k modem
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    1 ghz amd athlon processor
    128 mb ddr
    dvd rom
    4 write, 12 read cd writer
    bt878 tv tuner (ie, generic)
    3dfx voodoo3 3000 agp
    a 2g hard drive for windows, a 3g hard drive for linux; and a 45g across a lan
    generic ethernet card
    15" generic monitor

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    AMD Duron 850MHZ
    192MB Ram
    16MB nVidia TNT
    16*10*40 CD Burner
    20GIG Running Win2K

    AMD K6-2 500MHZ
    64MB Ram
    Old Video card
    24 Speed CD-Rom
    8GIG Running Mandrake Linux and Win2K

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    Umm

    450 Mhz Celeron
    288M Ram
    16 M Voodoo 3 pci
    44X CDrom
    3.5 inch floppy drive
    10G hard drive win 98 and 2000pro
    10G hard drive win2000 server
    Had red hat 6 but hd broke!!

    P1 266Mhz
    96 M Ram
    56X cdrom
    voodoo3 pci
    3G hard drive
    win 98

    PII 350 Mhz
    24X cdrom
    sis video card
    4G hard drive
    win 98

    Soon To get another Bright Shiney new one to add to my collection.

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    My personel box
    PIII 533mhz
    128m Ram (soon to be 256 since ram is so dirt cheap)
    GeForce2
    DVD drive (cant remember speed)
    8x8x32 CDRW
    10gig HD (also needs to be increased)
    running Win98 se2
    with highly customized version of litestep running in place of windows shell

    Family's box
    PIV 1.8 ghz
    512m Ram
    TNT2 (is that pathetic or what, they still put these in new computers)
    DVD burner
    44x CDrom
    80 gig HD
    running WinXP home

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    Well, my new machine follows as such:


    80Gb HDD
    1.5GHz AMD
    256Mb SDRAM
    24x12x40 CD-RW
    Mat****a DVD-ROM
    MIDI Card
    Netgear Fast Ethernet Adaptor
    Primax Colorado 1200psi Scanner (Currently not functioning due to driver problems grr....)
    17" LCD Monitor
    Microsoft Natural Keyboard Plus (Ergonomic)
    Microsoft Optical Internet Mouse
    Running Windows 2000 Professional

    The other one... held together with glue and sellotape:

    13Gb HDD
    128Mb SDRAM
    500Mhz Processor
    DVD ROM
    Ethernet Adaptor
    24x12x40 CD-RW
    17" LCD Monitor
    Also Running Windows 2000 Pro.
    Not a bad system but software is *seriously* buggered (Hence I haven't posted in nearly three months). I need some time when I'm not playing with my new toy to have a go at it.

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