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February 17, 2001 6:41:21 PM

<b><font color=red><font color=blue>RULES:</font color=blue></b> Count only your computer(s). Count only computers that have your personal files on them. Don't count every computer that you have built or every computer you have at your office. If you have a home computer count that, and if you have a work computer count that. Don't count your daughter's computer or your neighbors computer. Only count the computer(s) that <font color=blue>you</font color=blue> use. I doubt you use 3 computers at home and 5 at work. If you really do use a lot of computers, then designate them as home, work, server,etc. This way we know that they are YOUR computers. I don't think we should count server or rendering farms, or computer labs. Lets keep this on a personal basis to the computers you use regularly. Do not count your old computers. Even if they run they DO NOT count. If you plan on upgrading put that in parenthesis after what you use NOW. If you have a computer on order, then you can count that as your current computer.</font color=red>

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February 17, 2001 6:43:13 PM

Intel (AMD)
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February 17, 2001 6:45:26 PM

PIII 450 Katmai (Gaming/programming)
Tbird 840@1000 (Gaming/programming)
Both Home...
Alpha Ev67(processor) (Programming)
At work..

-AMD's are not for the faint of heart... Intels? those are for newbies :o )-
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February 17, 2001 6:56:48 PM

AMD classic @1 gig (gaming)
AMD slot a t-bird @900 (gaming and file sharing)
Amd socketa t-bird @900 ( gaming)
P3 @ 825 ( all internet apps+gaming)

A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing!
February 17, 2001 6:58:56 PM

k6-2 400


$If Money Is The Root Of All Evil Than I Must Be Goin To Heaven$
February 17, 2001 8:12:57 PM

Intel 2x600 (dual sys, main)
February 17, 2001 8:29:02 PM

Intel 486DX-100 (Print Server)
Intel PIII-500 (Games, etc)
Intel Celeron-500 laptop (Work on the road)
AMD TBird-900 (Work computer but not 100% stable so it just sits in the corner and does SETI workunits)
Intel dual PIII-800E (Work computer to replace TBird)

- JW
February 17, 2001 8:47:12 PM

PIII 500 Work at home
PII 450 Work at customer site
Pentium-S 166 Home, family bookkeeping
PIII 500 Home, Internet (Mrs. beans EverQuest/Internet)
February 17, 2001 9:29:01 PM

Intel PIII 733 (everything)
Intel PII 266@350 (wife's & network games)
February 17, 2001 10:16:36 PM

AMD
February 17, 2001 10:51:33 PM

Celery 300 OCed to 450
Celery 433
AMD 166

Never under-estimate the power of stupid people in large groups!
February 18, 2001 1:32:19 AM

I have a TBird 1.2GHz and a Pentium2 333.

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Satan Clara...... 'Nuff said.
February 18, 2001 1:32:48 AM

If we were going by how many systems we've built, AMD would win by 3000! LOL (I build computers.)

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Satan Clara...... 'Nuff said.
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February 18, 2001 1:40:40 AM

p3 500mhz (replace with AMD Tbird 850)
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February 18, 2001 1:44:17 AM

AMD
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 1:54:26 AM

Athlon 800 Socket A AM YOU'RE DAMN RIGHT I'M HAPPY




INTEL sucks.....
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February 18, 2001 2:21:43 AM

amd duron 700@920 gaming and internet (killed my 600@863)
amd k6-2 400 dvd and internet
intel p5 75@100 proxy server
amd 5x86 133@160 linux box
the first three also crank out seti units
about 9hrs for durom, 30 hrs for the k6, and over 100 hrs for the p5.

who is more foolish...
the fool, or the fool that takes his advice?
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February 18, 2001 2:36:09 AM

tbird 950 @ 1.1 gig and a p3-300
February 18, 2001 3:12:39 AM

P 233MMX
Athlon T-Bird 1200
both are home systems, recently upgraded to the tbird
PII 300
P 100
at work, boy that p 100 sucks. I can't wait till they upgrade

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Wherever you go, there you are.
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February 18, 2001 3:27:17 AM

Intel P2 350mhz
Amd T-Bird 1.2Ghz
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 3:45:27 AM

P3 700 (home/work at home)
p3 733 (work)
February 18, 2001 4:56:54 AM

amd tbird 1 giga hertz
amd k6-2 450
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February 18, 2001 5:02:36 AM

AMD Duron 750
Intel P3 650
AMD K6-2 333
Intel Celeron 300a
February 18, 2001 5:26:49 AM

AMD t-bird 800 home gaming and internet
k6-2 450 triple boot at work
k6-2 500 laptop for travel

T-Bird 800Mhz
2X IBM 75GXP 30GB in RAID0 config
Geforce2 32MB
SB Live
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 5:30:43 AM

Desktop: Athlon Classic 750MHz@880MHz
Laptop: PII 366MHz

I AM Canadian.
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 5:32:27 AM

BTW Upgrading DT to 1.2GHz 266MHz Athlon as soon as I can find one, still have to format the above laptop in fact, old one was a Celeron 300MHz.

I AM Canadian.
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February 18, 2001 6:08:50 AM

PIII 700@1GHz (home)
Alpha (lab)

Suicide is painless...........
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 6:18:41 AM

Athlon 800Mhz OCed to 933Mhz (A7V133)
use this computer for everything and runs 24/7
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 6:27:39 AM

So far that's about 29 Intel systems, 26 AMD systems and 2 Alpha posted. Keep them coming :p 

p.s. Where's all the Motorola (G3? G4?) ppl?
February 18, 2001 7:23:13 AM

Duron 600@1016 (programming/internet/games) - home
Celeron 366@550 (programming/internet) - home
K6-2 500 (internet/quake/warcraft2) - home
Cyrix (it was free) PR200 (server) - home
Pentium 100@133 (quake/warcraft)


AMD for Life!
February 18, 2001 7:41:46 AM

AMD K-6 III 450 (experimenting/screwing it up)
AMD T-Bird 900@1000 (gaming/internet)

:tongue: <font color=green> I LOVE INTEL. It tastes like chicken </font color=green>
February 18, 2001 11:23:18 AM

Home main k6-2-450
Work main PIII-450

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-<font color=red><b>R.K.</b></font color=red>
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February 18, 2001 3:59:47 PM

AMD
Anonymous
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February 18, 2001 6:11:14 PM

AMD Duron 800 =))
Previous computers
AMD k6-2 350
AMD K5 133
AMD k5 75

AMD ALLL The way
February 18, 2001 7:21:33 PM

AMD T-bird 800mHz
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February 18, 2001 8:17:31 PM

AMD Athlon Classic 700(gaming, internet)
AMD T_BIRD 1100(work/and play when I can get away with it)
Intel 300a o/c 450 (file server)
Intel celeron 500 laptop
(dual AMD (@least 1.5 ghz) palominos once boards and cpus available)
February 18, 2001 8:25:14 PM

AMD tbird 1200@1333MHz (Home, main)
AMD K6-III+ 450@600MHz (Home, file/print/DHCP)
Intel pII 450 (Work, Workstation)
AMD K6-2 450 (Work, Laptop)


/Athlon-1.2GHz@1333MHz(133MHz*10)/Asus_A7V133/
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February 18, 2001 9:24:48 PM

AMD T-Bird 1000@1210
February 18, 2001 9:31:57 PM

Celeron 400 (Home)
Power Mac G4 450 (Work)
February 18, 2001 10:09:08 PM

Forgot to add my laptop. K6-2 450MHz.

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Satan Clara...... 'Nuff said.
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February 18, 2001 11:57:13 PM

At home,
Tbird 1000
Intel P200MMX
At work,
P2-266
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February 19, 2001 1:35:08 AM

My computers: (home)

AMD Thunderbird 950MHz (main computer)
Intel Pentium 200MMX (my father uses it now, but I still use it for a file archive)
Intel 486SX/33 (YOU try playing old DOS games with a modern computer! Long live Test Drive 3 ;)  )
February 19, 2001 6:43:00 AM

It's late, but here's what I got so far. When this drops farther I'll double check and go official.

AMD - 44
INTEL- 41
ALPHA- 2
MAC - 1

Upgrading went 100% to AMD
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February 19, 2001 6:47:13 AM

Athlon Classic 650(gaming/internet)
K6-2 400(network games with above and printing connection)

I'm not saying I drink beer all the time, but beer isn't just for breakfast anymore.
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February 19, 2001 7:22:42 AM

AMD Duron 750
Anonymous
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February 19, 2001 7:25:30 AM

AMD Athlon classic @ 600 (C programming, Internet, SETI, CD burner -- at home)

AMD Duron 700 OCd to 900 (games + MP3 playing - home)

Pentium Pro 200 (Linux server + C development home)

Pentium II @ 350 ( MS office + C development +internet work)
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February 19, 2001 9:25:35 AM

All of these are at home and I will not count my Pc's at work...

PII 350 128mb (Testing Platform)
PII 300 384mb (Firewall/Proxy server for my cable modem)
Athlon Classic 750 512mb W2K server( database/ PDC)
Tbird 1ghz 512mb (everything else my main PC)
PII 300 128 mb Laptop (working away)

I also have several at work but they only kind of belong to me cos I own part of the company..

M

UK Prices are <font color=red>toooooooooo</font color=red> high , keep competition going to bring em down :smile:
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February 19, 2001 12:57:55 PM

Home:
Athlon 1GHz
Pentium 3 650 (laptop)

Work:
Sun Sparcstation
Anonymous
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February 19, 2001 4:00:04 PM

At Work:
First:
500 Mhz PIII (1999) then
800@900 Mhz Athlon Orig Slot A (Apr 2000) then
900@1000 Mhz Athlon T-Bird Socket A (Okt 2000)
NOW:
1200@1330 Mhz (9.5x140) Athlon T-Bird on A7V133

At Home:
1200@1330 Mhz (9.5x140) Athlon T-Bird on A7V133

No problem whatsoever with any of them. running for weeks without reboot usually.

Cheers to Tom's Hardware.
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