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    @home - I really need to upgrade
    1) P3-450Mhz
    2) 128 MB sdram pc100
    3) DSL 768/128
    4) 17" Viewmate / TNT2 Ultra
    5) Soundblaster Live Value
    6) 2x 30GB HDD, 12/10/32 cdrw
    7) Win 98 SE
    8) VC++ 5.0
    ** I'm going to upgrade 1st quarter next year. Will completely rebuild my desktop with the latest and greatest and perhaps also get a laptop somewhere in the 2Ghz range.

    @work
    Machine 1
    1) P3 - 900Mhz
    2) 256 MB
    3) ?? it's faster than my dsl though
    4) 17" Viewsonic
    5) ??
    6) 30GB HDD
    7) Windows 2000
    8) VC++ 6.0, the rest I can't tell u

    Machine 2
    1) P4-2.53 Ghz
    2) 1 GB
    3) not networked
    4) 18" LCD
    5) ??
    6) 120 GB HDD, 40/??/40 cdrw
    7) Windows XP
    8) can't tell you
    Try not.
    Do or do not.
    There is no try.

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    1)P4 1.6 ghz
    2)512mb Rambus(the best ever..i dont care what u say)
    3)Cable(Road Runner) errrr depending on the time D:400kb/s U:150kb/s
    4)GeForce4 TI4600, Dual 21" crt flat screens
    5)Some cheap sound card and nice speakers(i dont know)
    6)Lots of fans, i like the noise
    7)Windows XP Pro, Windows .NET RC1(yes, you heard me, im a Microsoft Beta Tester)
    8)Dev-C++ owns all

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    machine i am currently building:

    Amd 2.2Ghz
    512MB DDR Ram
    40X cdrw
    16X dvd
    64MB Gforce4
    80Gb Hd
    two ethernet cards (one to a 512Kbit broadband connection)
    6.1 channel surround sound
    Monday - what a way to spend a seventh of your life

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    1) CPU : Servalan ANN Transputer Series 2
    2) MEM : 256 TP (Tera Perceptrons)
    3) NET : Telepath Series 5 Bio Adapter
    4) DISPLAY: Eastman QT HRP (Holgraphic Rendering Projector)
    5) SOUND : AudioSym II
    6) EXTRA : OFF Switch (just in case!)
    7) OS : CYC MMI 47
    8) COMPILER : Borland NLP++ 28

    Just kidding...

    Primary
    1) P4 1.8GHz
    2) 768MB
    3) ADSL
    4) 21' LG
    5) Dunno (don't care)
    6) Err - keyboard, mouse
    7) Win XP Pro
    8) BCB 5 & VC 6

    Secondary
    1) AMD K6 III 300MHz
    2) 128MB
    3) Dialup
    4) 15'
    5) Dunno (don't care)
    6) Poxy handheld scanner (remember those?)
    7) Win 95 version B
    8) BCB 5 & VC 6

    Also

    ZX81
    1) Z80 (2.56 MHz I think)
    2) 1KB
    3) A what?
    4) Mum/Dads' TV
    5) None
    6) Power lead
    7) Sinclair BASIC
    8) Eh?
    Last edited by Davros; 10-19-2002 at 08:31 AM.

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    compjinx! your avatar rocks!!!

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    athlon 1700 o/c 1800+
    gf4 ti4400 @ 305/660, 21" monitor
    audigy + inspire 4.1
    60gb/10gb hds
    16/10/40cdrw, 56x cdr/dvd
    antec 1030b case with custom side panel
    win xp pro
    visual studio .net, visual studio 6


    custom built, all parts from newegg, like 9 months old

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    BMJ, you really like it? I was looking at a web site full of avatars. All of them were smilies doing all sorts of horrible acts, smiling, laughing, ect. It caused me to get this avatar.
    "The most overlooked advantage of owning a computer is that if they foul up there's no law against whacking them around a bit."
    Eric Porterfield.

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    lemmie see the site

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    2.2ghz
    2 gig rambus
    voodoo 5 - was a gforce
    SB audigy
    12x cd writer, sony
    terrabyte hdd
    56k modem
    3com 10/100 nic
    dvd rom
    zip/3.5

    think thats all, too tired to sit here and go into mass detail

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    1) Pentium III 850 MHz
    2) 128 MB RAM
    3) LAN+MODEM
    4) 15' TFT ( it's a NoteBook) + S3 graphics card
    5) ESS Sound Card + Creative 4.1 speakers
    6) CD-Writter, DVD-ROM Driver
    7) Windows XP
    8) Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0

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    ride or die...

    How do you have a terrabyte HDD?? What type of setup is that and who need that type of disk space
    Wandering aimlessly through C.....

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    that HAS to be bull.............. the biggest drive you can get now is under 300gb... and a terrabyte RAID would cost in the upwards of $15,000

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    I was thinking the exact same thing Brian but didn't want to be an a$$. I thought the largest drives were about 120 GB.
    Wandering aimlessly through C.....

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    1) CPU: P4 1.6 clocked at 1.73
    2) RAM: 512 MEG DDR266
    3)Internet: Cable modem (usually around 40 ping and 300 kb/s)
    4) Graphics: GeForce2 MX400 64 MEG w/ 19 monitor
    5) Sound: Integrated
    6) Extra: optical wireless mouse
    7) OS: WinXP pro
    8) Compiler: JBuilder, Visual Studio 6.0 Enterprise, Borland 5.5

    //napKIN

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    Talking

    How do you have a terrabyte HDD?? What type of setup is that and who need that type of disk space
    RAID - noone needs that much space. I definitly don't, i stole it from my school last year, they have a few of them as backups for the servers. I had two of them, one got fried in a lightning storm.

    Think what ya want, i'm going to keep enjoying my 1,000gigs of hard drive space regarldless

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