Your Specs

Discussion in 'Computers' started by pro2A, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. pro2A

    pro2A Hell, It's about time!

    List your computer specs:

    RAM - 4GB DDR2
    Processor(s) - 64 X2 Dual Athlon 2.7GHZ Processors
    Hard drive - 2x SATA Hard drives 400GB & 500GB. 1 External 150GB hard drive.
    Video Card - 1GB Nvidia GeForce 8500 GT
    Monitor - Acer 22' wide screen flat panel
    Sound Card - Asus Xonar.

    DVDRW/CDRW
    SD, USB Drive
    5 Speaker surround sound.

    What are your specs?

    Discuss...
     

  2. dDave

    dDave Guardian of the Light V.I.P.

    I haven't really done much with upgrading my computer and it's 2 1/2 years old, it's slowly becoming obsolete but it's simply not there yet.

    Yes It's custom built :D I'll always custom build.

    Case- cooler Master (with dual side fans, one front fan, one back fan, and a processor wind tunnel)
    Power Supply- 500W Cooler Master
    Video Card- nVidia GeForce 8800 GT 512mb GDDR3 (it used to be ATI RADEON X850 XT PRO with 256mb dedicated video memory, man that video card ran flash games like a dream)
    Processor- Intel Core 2 Duo (4800 I believe) 1.8 Ghz per core.
    RAM- 2GB DDR2 PNY PC5300
    Hard Drive- 320GB WD SATA Caviar
    Sound Card- 64-bit realtek (I don't recall the exact model number)
    Monitor- ACER 1917W 19" widescreen Monitor
    DVD/DVD-RW/CDR 18x Pioneer Drive
    Speakers- Boston Acoustics 2.1 audio (once again I don't recall the exact number)
    Operating System- windows 7 ultimate 64 Bit

    I could have sworn we've already had a thread about this somewhere, I couldn't find it though.
     
    Last edited: Jun 28, 2009
  3. Smelnick

    Smelnick Creeping On You V.I.P.

    Windows XP Pro
    AMD Sempron 2800+ 1.6gHz
    768mb of ram
    ATI Radeon X1650 256mb
    C-Media Wave Sound Card
    120GB internal, 80gb external hard drives
    Internal CD/DVD R/W Drive
    Internal CD-R/RW Drive
    External DVD R/W Drive
    Just some normal speakers
    D-Link wireless card
     
  4. Bananas

    Bananas Endangered Species

    Processor; Quad core Q6600
    Ram; 4GB x 8500 DDR2
    MotherBoard; MSI P5QL
    GFX; Nvidia 9800GT
    HDD; Lots ....about 3TB in total
    Display; Dual 19" LCD
     
  5. Sim

    Sim Registered Member

    Desktop:
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 at 2.1 GHz
    2 GB RAM
    250 GB Hard drive
    GeForce 9800GT
    Samsung 24" flat widescreen
    Windows Vista

    Notebook:
    MacBook (white) Dual Core at 2.1 GHz
    120 GB HDD
    Mac Os X

    + 160 GB external HDD
     
  6. fleinn

    fleinn 101010

    ..Yeah,
    ARM9 based 32-bit programmable RISC, running at 208Mhz
    MBX- lite graphics chip + dedicated floating point arithmetic unit
    128MiB RAM
    Integrated 32-bit bus
    Full qwerty keyboard
    16GiB external flash- storage

    :p
     
  7. pro2A

    pro2A Hell, It's about time!

    Either you are being sarcastic, or you need to upgrade badly :lol:
     
  8. fleinn

    fleinn 101010

    I forgot the 1120MAh battery. Top of the line. :D
    [​IMG]

    But sooner or later, processors with relatively low clock- speeds, wide buses, and programmable instruction sets will take over the light personal computer market - now that the production cost plummets on programmable memory.. and chip- sizes go down. Imagine real- time decoding of compressed HD video, for example, on a computer with a mainboard/graphics processor/network card/eprom disk combo, small enough to fit at the back of an lcd- screen.

    The dual- core processors and wider addressing space for the ram on conventional systems with linear atomic instruction set machines (as opposed to RISC) now, like the Athlon X2 - is a step in that direction. With getting more processing power on smaller chips, while keeping the heat and power- drain manageable. Take the Eee, for example with the Atom- processor and the SSE3 instruction sets - programs specifically written for that can burst execution code execution so the run- times are cut down to something you wouldn't be able to do even if we somehow pushed (way) past the 5Ghz barrier..
     

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