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  1. Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800
    Asus P5WDG2 WS Professional
    Corsair XMS DDR28500 4GB
    Adaptec SAS RAID 4800SAS
    4x Segate 300GB Cheetah 15K.4 SAS in RAID 0
    nVIDIA Quadro SLi
    Sound Blaster X-Fi Platinum
    2x BenQ BW1000 Blu-ray (coming soon)
    Koolance Exos 2 Liquid Cooling System
    2x Koolance RAM Dual Memory Cooler
    2xKoolance Dual Hard Drive Cooler
    Thermaltake Water Temp Indicator
    Koolance HX-360 Radiator for 120mm Fan
    Hiper Type-R 580W Modular Power Supply
    Aerocool ExtremEngine 3T Case

    Apple 30" Cinema Display
    Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
    Logitech MX 1000 Laser Cordless Mouse
    Logitech Z-5500 5.1 THX Speaker System

    2.99GHz overclocked at 3.5GHz
    XMS2-8500 1066GHz overclocked at 1200MHz
  2. -My computer-
    AM2 X2 3800 @2.25GHz (2.6 once I get my Arctic Cooler Pro 64 shipped)
    1GB PQI Power Series 667 RAM
    250 GB Hard Drive
    eVGA 7900GT 256MB
    550w PSU (dead, soon to be a Thermaltake 450w)

    -Family computer that im using untill mine is fixed-
    AMD XP 2500+
    256MB Ram
    40GB Hard Drive
    250w PSU
    Nvidia FX 5200

    BTW, VERY nice computer above me. That must have costed alot. But mine works fine, not as good but is most likely cheaper.
  3. nice rig.
  4. Nice, but why are you running quadro's? You into rendering or something? Wouldnt a pair of 7900GTX's or 1900XTX's Be better for gaming?

    Oh and my rig is below, doesnt take much more explaining really....
  5. Holy cow, I want your rig doordand...besides the Quadro's those are not for a must be cad/solidworks/3ds max heavy.

    I built this rig in 2001, with a few minor upgrades since.
    I'm saving $3000 for a new build come the release of Vista and DX10 cards.

    Current Rig:
    Asus A7N8X mobo (ver2.0)
    Athlon xp 2500+ (Barton core) oced from 1.83 to 2.24
    512mb(2x 256) pc-3200 Komusa hyper ram in dual-channel (agressive timings)
    512mb pc-3200 Geil in single channel (agressive timings)
    2x 40gig WD Hard drives (ide)
    TT Kandalf case
    TT Big Typhoon
    TT Total Watts Viewer 480watts PSU
    Creative Sound Blaster Audigy LS
    Ati Radeon x850xt agp 8x
    Logitech G15 Keyboard
    Logitech G7 Mouse
    Icemat mousepad (
    Zalman 5.1 surround sound headphones
    Viewsonic vx924 19" LCD monitor
    Windows xp pro

    You can tell that recently I have purchased some really nice components
    next is the computer. :)

  6. Ti-99 4/A
    14 Kb of RAM (yeah baby)
    Memorex tape player storage
    15" color TV with modulator adaptor
    Expansion box with 5 1/4" floppy drive
    Speech emulator module
    128 Kb RAM expansion module
    Built in video processor supporting 16 colors
  7. Current gaming computer:

    NZXT Nemesis Elite Edition case
    Asus A8n-sli
    AMD x2 4800 oc'ed 2.6
    Coolermaster liquid cooling radiator/fan CPU cooler
    Corsair 2x1GB Valueselect
    2 MSI 7900GTX's SLi
    X-fi xtrememusic
    Asus Physix P1 Accelerator card(looking to sell it soon)
    Maxtor SATA 300GB
    BenQ CD/DVD drive
    Sony DVD drive
    Samsung Syncmaster 204B 5ms 20' monitor
    Logitech X-530 speaker system
    Logitech G15
    Logitech G5
    Aspire 680W PSU
    Few fans here and there, some neon

    Current rig working on now(being used for guests)

    COOLER MASTER Centurion 5 CAC-T05-UW Black Aluminum Bezel, SECC ATX Mid Tower Computer Case -

    FSP Group (Fortron Source) AX450-PN, 12cm FAN, version 2.0, 2 SATA, PCI Express, 450W Power Supply -

    AMD Athlon 64 3700+ San Diego 2000MHz HT 1MB L2 Cache Socket 939 Processor -

    ASUS A8N-E Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra ATX AMD Motherboard

    CORSAIR XMS 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 400 (PC 3200) Dual Channel Kit System Memory -

    Western Digital Caviar SE 80GB 3.5" SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive

    NEC 16X DVD±R DVD Burner Black IDE/ATAPI Model ND-3550A

    SAPPHIRE 100154 Radeon X1800XT 256MB 256-bit GDDR3 VIVO PCI Express x16 Video Card - OEM

    Windows XP Pro(getting it free from a friend)

    Viewsonic CRT 16' monitor
    Dell 2.1 speaker system
    Microsoft mouse
    Logisys keyboard
  8. Let me guess, you went to newegg and picked the most expensive parts you could find?
  9. No, cause you see his mouse is an Logitech mx1000.....that's not the best/most expensive...the G7 would be on his list if he chose the most expensive/best. Also he is using Seagates....everyone knows that the WD1500's are the way to go.
  10. Quote:
    Let me guess, you went to newegg and picked the most expensive parts you could find?

    :oops: :D
  11. Intel 'Bad Axe' D975XBX Motherboard [1334]
    Intel Core 2 E6600 @ 3.004ghz stock vcore (Hopefully 3.6 someday!!!)
    2GB patriot xtreme ddr2 800 4-4-4-12 RAM (@ 836mhz for 1:1 w/CPU)
    2x 74GB WD Raptors [16mb cache] in RAID 0
    2x 320GB Seagate 7200.10's in RAID 0
    eVGA Geforce 7600 GT KO
    Dell 2007 WFP
    Zalman 9500 Cooling
    500W Thermaltake PurePwr TWV W0057 PSU [revised edition]
    Lite-On SHM-165H6S [HV9N]
    LG GSA H10N [JJ11]
    Thermaltake Matrix VX 3000 Case
    No Sound Card - SP/DIF to a Denon 3805.
  12. I just put this together yesterday:

    Core2Duo 6300 @ 2.1ghz
    AsRock 775i65G @ 300 fsb
    Samsung DDR400 - 2x512 @ 2.5-3-3-7
    MSI Geforce 5900XT @ 430/800
    WD 80G Sata HD
    Leadtek TV/PVR/Capture card
    Pioneer DVD/rw
    Samsung 19" 997MB crt

    17717 score on 3DMark2001se compared with 12214 with same parts/gpu in Prescott 2.4/533 (o/c to 3.1mhz) and PE800-SE m/b old system.
  13. Thats a nice rig but your score on 3dmark2001 is really low(my old build breaks 21,000marks...from what I can remember)... most likely 3dmark 2001 is inaccurate for measuring pc performance with dual core processors, howabought showing a 3dmark score on 2005.
  14. AMD 2.6ghz Athlon 64 FX-55 "Clawhammer"
    2gigs Corsair DDR400 RAM
    A-bit AN8 nForce 4 motherboard
    200 gig WD SATA HDD
    HIS 512meg Raedon X1900 XT PCIe
    BenQ DVD LS DW1655
    Dell 24" Widescreen LCD
    Windows XP Professional
    Creative Inspire P5800 5.1 Surround Speaker System
  15. CoolerMaster Stacker Case
    Presler 955 3.46
    Abit AW8D
    2GB DDR2 800
    XFX 7900 GTX Extreme
    2 Raptors HDDs
    320 WD Sata HDD
    Creative XFI Fatality (with drive bay unit)
    (2) 120mm LED Fans
    (4) 40mm fans (modded Abit Voltage regulator heatsinks)
    (2) DVD R/RW Drives
    56-1 card reader
    floppy drive
    Dual cold cathode light
    (assorted USB devices)
    Silverstone SST-ST75ZF 750 PSU

    Watercooling System
    1/2 ID inch tygon tubing (11/16 OD R3603)
    Swiftech MCP655 Pump
    Danger Den Koolsah GPU Waterblock
    Voltage Regulator waterblock for 7900 GTX
    Maze 4 Northbridge Waterblock
    Custom Drivebay Reservoir
    Swiftech Peltier 226watt waterblock
    Bay drive voltage adjuster for CPU Peltier Waterblock
    (2) dual 120mm rads (mounted externally) - each has 4 120mm fans in a "push-pull" configuration
    Meanwell 600 SE12 Secondary PSU (for peltier)

    Watercooling loop:

    Reservoir - Pump - CPU waterblock (peltier) - 1st external dual 120mm rad - GPU waterblock - NB waterblock - 2nd external dual 120mm rad - back to reservoir
  16. A64 3700+ San Diego (s939)
    DFI nF4-DAGF
    1GB RAM
    Radeon X600
    250GB SATA HDD
    Sound Blaster Audigy 2
    DVD Drive
    DVD Burner
    Windows XP Pro SP2
    CoolerMaster Cavalier case
    Crappy old speakers
    Micro$h!t mouse
    HP keyboard
    Volkswagen mousepad

    My favorite thing about my computer is how I have a white floppy drive in a black case!
  17. asus a8v deluxe
    1 gig corsair value select (2 x 512)
    74 gig raptor
    creative sound blaster live
    antec new 480
    plextor px-716a
    x2 3800+ OC'd to 2.5
    antec super lanboy case
    ati x800 pro flashed to x800xt pe
  18. Just upgraded through a great deal on Newegg from this old thing:

    2600+ barton 2x512 ddr400
    9800 pro
    160 gb seagate
    250gb seagate
    30 gb maxtor
    30 gb seagate

    sold the old mobo and cpu and some old memory for 70 and got the cpu and mobo upgrade for 99.

    to this relatively new thing:
    s754 3400+ venice core E3 stepping (2.4GHz)
    biostar mobo
    x850pro trying to upgrade to xt speeds using the lasercut mod.

    same hard drives
  19. OMG....i want this

    make sure to turn off the volume...or you'll go insane.
  20. This is what I have. I would however like to hear from someone else that has a similar build that has gotten some successful OC's with it. I'm a lil confused :? as to which timings to oc in many :lol:

    EDIT; I'm interested in the ram timings since they don't appear in sequence the way ram timings are stated ( ie 2 3 2 6 1T)

    The same goes for my cpu. If anyone has any similar clock speeds and volts that they could pass along would be much appreciated.

    RIG specs
    Antec P180 PerformanceSeries Mid-Tower Case
    SeaSonic S12 600 watt power supply
    Asus A8N32 SLI mobo socket 939 AMD N-Force 4 SLIX16 (bios 1103 V02.58)
    RealTek 97 onboard digital 5.1 Surround
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ Toledo Core, 2 X 1mb L2 cache (AMD driver w/MS hotfix & AMD Dual Core Optimizer)
    2 gigs of Corsair TwinX3500LL Pro @ 400Mhz 2-3-2-6-1T
    2- BFG 7900 GT OC 256mb in SLI (nvidia driver 91.31)
    Western Digital RAPTOR 74.3 gig 10-K rpm HDD for XP & Apps
    Maxtor SATA II 250 G HDD for gaming, movies, MP3's
    Maxtor SATA II 250 G HDD for document backup (unplugged)
    Sony CDrom 52X
    Plextor 708-A DVD/CD rom
    Logitech Z-5500 Digital 5.1 THX 500watts
  21. Stupid and ridiculous to spend so much just to play World of Warcraft!
  22. The funny thing is....his monitor alone is over $2000. I doubt that really is his rig....until i see pics and 3dmark05 benchmarks...i won't believe it
  23. if doordand made that he has alot of money to spend. but i think its B?S

    but you never know how crazy poeple are. :P
    8) proof it
  24. Many of my system specs are in my sig, but for a complete rundown:

    X-Navigator case
    680 wt Aspire psu
    Four 80 mm fans
    One 120 mm fan
    Sony CDRW
    Sony DVD R/RW
    2 gig Corsair PC3500LL pro
    ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe
    AMD X2 4400+
    Sapphire X1900 XTX Toxic
    Hitachi 160 gb
    Seagate 80 gb
    Viewsonic VX924 19" monitor
    Creative X-Fi Platinum
    Klipsch THX 500 wt 5.1 speakers
    US Robotic Modem
    Logitech mouse
    MS 4000 natural keyboard
    10/100 network card
    Wireless card

    I know, some will have comments on the Aspire psu, but it has worked well for me. CPU and Graphics card are overclocked.
  25. asus a8nsli deluxe
    3700 sandy core
    4 corsair xms 512s soon to be 2 512s
    68gts in sli soon to be one
    antec tp2.0 550watt
    100 gb maxtor hd
    ac freezer for cpu and one 68gt
    i have another ac cooler for the gpu it wont fit the bottom card
    dell 19inch monitor and 32inch sony hdtv <cant get the tv to work in sli>

    68gts in sli = to much heat
    i am going to split them up and make 2 computers
    as i have 2 coolers for them and they <68gts> play all games pretty good

    going to 2 512s will be the biggest downfall as opposed to 4
    but i will have 2 computers that will work just fine instead of one
  26. **NEW BUILD**

    Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
    Asus P5B Deluxe/WiFi
    Corsair TwinX XMS2 DDR2800 1GB
    200Gb Seagate Hdd
    XFX GeForce 7600Gt XXX Edition
    Sound Blaster Audigy 4
    Raidmax Sagitta Case

    Samsung 940BE 19" LCD
    Logitech Keyboard
    Logitech MX 518 Mouse
    Logitech X-530


    Intel Pentium 4 1.6Ghz Willamette
    Asus P4B
    512Mb unbranded RAM <--- upgraded
    Maxtor 80Gb HDD
    Club3D GeForce Fx5200
    Onboard Sound
    1xDVD RW
    1xCD RW
    Case ::: The usual white box :)

    Sony Multiscan E220 17" CRT <--- awsome monitor
    Unbranded Keyboard
    Trust Cordless Mouse
    Nicole 2.0 Speaker System

    I found a noticable difference between the two :wink: . Especially during gaming, which I do A LOT!!
  27. AMD Atholn (64) 3200+ (Venice)
    Albatron K8NF4X
    ASUS (silencer) GF6600 128mb @ 350/600
    DDR400 2x256mb
    Seagate 40gb 7200 rpm
    Forton 350W

    i mostly use it for internet movie's, music and CS:S i also play NFS Most Wanted or "played"

    its a great pc and it does everything that i want it to do and even more :)
    and not bad for $190 plus trading in my old
    Sempron 2200+
    gf 4 mx 440
    6gb hdd
    :) :) :)
  28. my rig is listed in my sig, but right now im on the laptop i bought for the family to keep them off mine.

    its a dell inspirion 1505 centrino duo 1.66 with 2 gbs ddr2 667 and the 15" truelife widescreen and 40 gb hdrive and built in video,wireless and bluetooth.not bad for surfin and reading the email/forums,but im a gamer and thats why i built my system .
  29. Quote:
    its a great pc and it does everything that i want it to do and even more
    and not bad for $190 plus trading in my old
    Sempron 2200+
    gf 4 mx 440
    6gb hdd

    What did you trade that badass in for?!?!?!? Sempron 2200+ all the way! Wow, I have a GF4MX440 as well, so I know how much you're missing out on with that PoS new system :wink:

    And my PowerBook will pwn all of your PCs.
  30. The last seven (yes 7) in the house are:

    DFI Expert
    Optron 146 (OC to 3Ghz)
    G.Skill USU2-4000-2GBHZ
    PC P&C 510 ASL
    XFX 7900GT
    Thermalright SI-120
    Silverstone FM-121 (cooler and case)
    Coolermaster Stacker (with rear fan guard removed) and Crossflow fan.

    I also have the top fan turned upside down and a posterboard duct so the PSU only gets cool outside air. I never let any builds use the PSU as a case cooler!

    CPU's run 2C over room temps and the GFX run 10C over room temps....after an hour of benchmarks the CPU goes up 1C and the GFX 3C more
    The PSU is just warm enough to notice with a hand in front of the exit air.
  31. Napoli-2 Motherboard
    Intel Katmai Pentium 3 500mhz Slot1
    64 MB pc100 ram
    60GB Hard drive
    nVidia Riva TNT2 Model64
    Windows XP

    is what I had until quite recently, where I got a (cough) upgrade (I salvaged bits of my brothers old computer)

    Current system:

    Asus Cusl2 Mobo
    Intel P3 Coppermine 800eb Mhz Socket 370
    512MB pc100 ram
    60 GB Hard drive
    ATI Rage Fury Maxx (Faster than the TNT2, but a lot more unreliable)
    Windows 98SE (Rage fury maxx doesn't work on XP)
  32. LOL...I went from an HP 9795c (1.4ghz, 512MB, 60 gig) to an E6600 system recently. What a difference!!! My system is earlier in this thread. Got mine to 3.05ghz on stock voltage...plan to get it to at least 3.6 eventually
  33. Probably just out of curiousity. I find it interesting to see what other people are running. Mine is in the sig.
  34. Quote:
    The funny thing is....his monitor alone is over $2000. I doubt that really is his rig....until i see pics and 3dmark05 benchmarks...i won't believe it

    It's BS.. in another post he claims he had a Pentium EE 3.73Ghz.. now claims he has a core 2 Xtreme..
  35. Quote:
    its a great pc and it does everything that i want it to do and even more
    and not bad for $190 plus trading in my old
    Sempron 2200+
    gf 4 mx 440
    6gb hdd

    What did you trade that badass in for?!?!?!? Sempron 2200+ all the way! Wow, I have a GF4MX440 as well, so I know how much you're missing out on with that PoS new system :wink:

    And my PowerBook will pwn all of your PCs.
    i love my PoS system that i have now :wink: and the 2200+ was great but i need to move up and this was the best i could get.. plus i got really sick and tired of the mx440 ... with its dx7!
  36. Processor: pentium 4 630 3 Ghz @ 3.4 (can't get it more no matter how hard i try)
    Motherboard: MSI 915p Neo2 Platinum edition
    Graphics: x700 Pro 128 MB OC'd to XT speeds
    CPU Cooling: TT Big Typhoon
    Sound: SB Audigy LS
    HD's: 2x60GB in RAID 0 & 1x80GB standalone
    RAM: DDR2 2x512 2x256 in dual channel ~6000MB/s Read (everest home benchmark)

  37. Napoli-2 Motherboard
    Intel Katmai Pentium 3 500mhz Slot1
    64 MB pc100 ram
    60GB Hard drive
    nVidia Riva TNT2 Model64
    Windows XP[\quote]

    How did you run windows xp on that system? 64mb ram? I can barely run xp on my system ( see sig for specs ) and it is way better than that one. I actually gave up on win xp because it was so slow and went to win2k wich is way faster.
  38. Gaming PC(build in progress)

    ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wireless Edition
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600
    Sapphire Radeon X1800XT or X1900XT(gonna wait for X1950XTX to decide)
    Creative X-FI Xtreme Music Sound Card
    Seagate 320GB Hard Drive
    2GB of memory(not decided on brand yet)
  39. How many inches to your e-penis did this post add?
  40. Antec P-180 Case
    Antec NeoHE 550w PSU
    AMD Athlon 64 3800+ X2 @ 2.54ghz (1.375v) (10x254: 4xHTT) Arctic Freezer 64 Pro
    ASUS A8N-E NF4 Ultra Socket 939 Mobo
    (2x1024mb) Patriot Performance DDR400mhz Mem @ 424mhz (2.5-3-2-5: 1T)
    Sapphire X1900XTX 512mb (662mhz/792mhz) Arctic Accelro X2
    (2x120gb) 7200rpm 8mb cache WD SATA 150 Hard Drives
    Sound Blaster Audigy ZS 2 sound Card
    Lite-On DVD Rom
    Lite-On DL DVD-RW
    winXP Pro
    Black Sony Floppy Drive
    Logitech G5 Laser Mouse
    Saitek USB Blue LED Gaming Keyboard
    Altec Lansing 2.1 Speakers
    Samsung 930BF 700:1 4ms 19' LCD Monitor
    3Dmark06 Score with stock ATI CCC Settings: 6036

    It runs games good? lol
  41. In another post I also mentioned that i had run out oif money and it was my intention to get the C2D EE. So, now that I have it, why wouldn't I post it?
  42. It added about an inch to my e-penis. One for the extra core.
  43. My new gaming system:

    Intel C2D x6800 Extreme
    Asus P5NSLI Nforce 570 (just a temp till the 590 boards come out)
    OCZ Platinum PC7200 2gb w/EPP
    2 Evga Geforce 7950GX2's
    4 Hitachi 500GB HDD's
    Creative SB XFI Platinum
    NEC 16x +- DL Burner
    Asus 16x DVD
    Silverstone 750w PSU
    Dell 24" WS LCD
    MS Laser Mouse
    MS Natural Keyboard
    Logitech THX Certified 5.1 Surround speakers
    Trendnet 106mbit Wireless nic.
  44. Yes, it barely ran Windows XP at all, but it managed to. Slow beyond belief, barely enough resources to run many games.
  45. Like I said Doordand.....until i see a few links (or perhaps a website) showing of screenshots of your entire build (monitor included)....and a screenshot of your score in 3dmark 05 I won't believe it.

    You get no inches to your e-peen until you show everyone the proof.

    Also the fact that you chose quadro cards for that build...makes me really want to question you. Because if that was really your would be a gaming rig with gaming graphics cards....not a graphics workstation.

    So until i see proof....your bluffing.
  46. Just for the record my system really exists! lol


  47. Biostar M7NCG 400 mobo
    AthlonXP 3200+ (barton)
    1gb pc3200 400mhz DDR RAM
    WD 250gb
    Segate 80gb
    nvidia geforce fx5200
    uhhh a DVD bruner?
    nothing really to brag about here
  48. My system is in my sig, going to build an Xeon workstation soon tho.

    I call BS on doordands rig untill he shows some proof, as in pics and benchmark scores.
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