Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

What Is Your Pc (honestly)

Tags:
Last response: in CPUs
Share
March 10, 2001 6:08:29 AM

600E p3bf 440bx 256mb pc 100 sb live value d-link 10/100 3com 56k fax modem viper 2 50x rom 8x4x32 asus burner 30 gig maxtor acana 19" monitor. happy as a kid chargein a buck for really watered down lemonade.:) 

SPUD

Have a great weekend folks

I saw the future it gave me a big intel hug :) 

More about : honestly

Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 6:32:26 AM

Well my machine is a PIII 800Eb with 256 ram, 20gb hard drive, gforce 256 sdr video card, sb live and network card. does the job and then some, no duron/athlon 800 comes close
March 10, 2001 6:45:31 AM

athalon???
learn to spell
i've got a duron 700 and it kicks arse

"In a world of order, Kaos rules"
Related resources
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 6:49:25 AM

Actually i looked it up, and you were right. I never notice there was no extra a. Thanks.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Redmoonlight on 03/10/01 03:59 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
March 10, 2001 6:52:12 AM

Chill folks all i want to know is what evey one has for systems :) 

SPUD

I saw the future it gave me a big intel hug :) 
March 10, 2001 6:59:40 AM

Wusy calm down dude its a f*cking word christ take a pill.

SPUD

I saw the future it gave me a big intel hug ::
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 7:00:52 AM

It's ok, I realized i spelled it wrong, thanks for the correction, but it is same sh~t, different pile.
March 10, 2001 7:05:51 AM

It's actually Athlon. But don't worry 'bout it. We all make mistakes :) 

Okay, my primary system as of now. (I change it around quite often)
Asus CUSL2-C
PIII700E@933MHZ
256MB Crucial PC133
IBM 75GXP 46.1GB HDD
Toshiba 48x CD-ROM
Plextor 12x10x32x CD-Writer
SB Live Value
MSI GF2MX w/ Vid-out
3COM 3C905B-TX Ethernet Card
Some crappy Thunderlink winmodem that I don't even use
All on a Samsung 955DF which I <i>had</i> to get for myself because of the exceptional picture quality and price.


Oh, yes, did I forget my floppy drive? NEC 1.44".

Rob
Please visit <b><A HREF="http://www.ncix.com/shop/index.cfm?affiliateid=319048" target="_new">http://www.ncix.com/shop/index.cfm?affiliateid=319048&l...;/A></b>
March 10, 2001 7:08:39 AM

Nice ya i agree we all love those little cute dsl and cable modems dont we :)  thanks fer the input and no one said yer athlon bad thats what my other post is for :)  have a good one.

SPUD

I saw the future it gave me a big intel hug and gave wusy the finger
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 7:14:39 AM

other than some of the parts being a little bit older, that's not a bad machine. I find once you get a chip with the 133 FSB you see more improvement.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 8:31:44 AM

I, have:
*A pII 450mhz with 512kb cache.
*A mercury celeron/pII motherboard.(max to 500mhz supporting).
*128 pc100 sdram.
*3.9 gb western digital.
*6.9 gb western digital.
*cdrom creative infra 6000.
*cdr&rw sony 4x/2x/32x.
*tv tuner mercury.
*camera mercury.
*creative tnt2 32mb.
*500watt speakers.
*us robotics externel 56k modem.
*laser jet black and wight printer.
But i'm planning on an athlon 1200mhz with a geforce 3.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 8:40:53 AM

allright, I have two of them:

one is an A-T-A-L-O-N-A OK!

the other is P-E-E-E-E-E-T-H-R-E-E OK! too

too many stuff on them, too much to list... hehe

"akuna mutata" braza... :wink:
March 10, 2001 8:42:53 AM

Come on we showed ours you gotta show us yers it cant be that big :) 

SPUD

I saw the future it gave me a big intel hug:) 
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 9:02:36 AM

both. all of them. P3 is better for W2k, Atalona better for 9x (using ME-the bestest thing ever had).
P3 has - 30 gig DeskStar, Plextor 161040, Zip100, Floppy, 256 PC133 Crucial, 32x tray less Pioneer, SCSI card, SCSI Quantum 4.5 gig, MX300, Asus 7700, CUSL2-C, 800MHzEB@whateverfeelslike.
ATALONA has - 45 gig DeskStar, 128 PC133, CD Toshiba@didnotcountX, Floppy, Blaster sound, VooDoo 3500 TV, SCSI card, IBM 4.5 gig SCSI drive, KT7A, 900MHzB@whateverfeelslike.
Both have USR 56k modems, dotn have any cabal or DeeSel in my area yet... hehe


"akuna mutata" braza... :wink:
March 10, 2001 9:05:32 AM

ohhhh that is big hehehehe;)

SPUD

I saw the future it gave me a big intel hug:) 
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 9:07:44 AM

i told you it is too many stuff... hehe

"akuna mutata" braza... :wink:
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 9:17:21 AM

oh, i have 4 SCSI more drives and CD rom laying on the shelf, I am using them as dual-threeal-forreal if I need to test some stuff... hehe, dont like much noise, using only when needed

"akuna mutata" braza... :wink:
March 10, 2001 9:28:06 AM

hmmm, ok, it seems like i am in need of an upgrade, everyone seems to have a fast cpu and everything to match, my cpu is outperformed by almost everything, i run a

PIII 550
Jetway BX MoBo
320megs Cas 2 ram
Geforce 2 GTS 32MB (i got it in june, and the price has gone up hehe)
Sound Blaster 1024 Live
30.7 gig IBM ATA/100 HDD
10Mbit 3Com NIC
4x4x24 creative burner
6x Multi-Region DVD-Drive
Dolby Surround Sound Hi-Fi hooked up to it
and my baby, my 22" LaCie electron blue, ahhh...

my processor doesnt match up with my graphics card, or my ram or my monitor, or anything for that matter, and im not looking to upgrade either, scary, this is a good box, but i cant wait until july (overclock project: "sneg" begins ill update it soon)

where did all my money go, ahh... [-peep-], forgot that i lived in london
March 10, 2001 10:32:06 AM

Duron 700@700Mhz (and stays that way)
ASUS A7V rev. 1.02 (no on-board sound)
384Mb PC-133 CAS2 Hyundai
GF2MX (Chaintech)
SBLive value (plugged into KILLER sound system :) 
NEC 24X CD-ROM
8.6Gb Seagate & 8.4Gb IBM HDD
Genius GF100TXR 10/100 & 3Com 3c900 NIC's
AOpen case (250W PSU)
EIZO F56 17" monitor

Runs more than fast enough for me, no fcking M$ software inside :) 

<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Priit on 03/10/01 07:38 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
March 10, 2001 10:32:39 AM

i've got a decent rig but i'm thinking about upgrading, i'm not sure what yet...here it is:

t-bird 900@1000 (default voltage)
epox ep-8kta+ mobo
384 megs micron pc133 (3x128)
leadtek geforce2 gts w/vid out
sb live mp3+
4.1 speakers
30gig quantum 7200rpm
40gig western digital 7200rpm
pioneer 16x dvd
plextor 12/10/32 cd-rw
cheap ethernet card
cheap 17" monitor
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 11:12:53 AM

asus P3V4x
P3 550e@814 1.75v 148fsb
Annihilator 2 32mb 235/370 agp2x
128mb micron pc133 cas3 at 148fsb
10 gig Western Digital 7200 rpm udma66
Vortex 2
52x cdrom
Soho nic
Best Data 56k modem
floppy
17 iin. sony monitor
March 10, 2001 1:24:10 PM

Computer 1: Primary use is program development

AMD TBird 900
Abit KT7-RAID
256M RAM
30GB 7200 Maxtor
7GB 5400 Maxtor (for backup)
8x4x32 CDRW
50X CDROM
NIC
Diamond Modem
Cable modem
GForce2 MX
SB Live!
Compac 151FS Monitor

Computer 2: Primary use: Gaming (my son's)

Intel Celeron 400 @ 450
DFI P2XBL motherboard
128M RAM
WD 45GB 5400
NIC
TNT2-M64
24x CDROM
SB Multi CD (real old!)
5 1/4 inch floppy (need for old customers!)
Compac 1024 monitor

Computer 3: Internet access and gaming (my daughters)

Intel Pentium MMX 200
QDI TX motherboard
64M RAM
Guillemot Banshee
SB 16
6GB WD
NIC
Aopen Modem
Samtron 14" monitor

Computer 4: Laptop for business trips

Compac Presario 7792 (266 Pent mmx, 96M RAM)
Docking Station
10x CDROM
17" Compac Monitor
NIC
March 10, 2001 1:49:19 PM

2 Machines

1Ghz
Asus A7v
512 MB Ram
Promis Controller w/ 3 Maxtor 20 GB ATA100 7200 RPM Raid0
Plextor 12/10/32 CD-RW
Tnt2 m64 (for now)
Cable Modem/Proxy Sever
Advanced Server

750 Mhz
Asus A7V
256MB RAM
Maxtor 20 GB ATA100 7200 RPM
Sound blaster Live
TNT2 32MB
Win 2000 / Windows ME

People say AMD not for servers? Have yet to reboot mine 3 Months and going.......................

Opinions are like assholes, everyone has one and most of them stink
March 10, 2001 2:11:19 PM

Well here's the rig:

P3 500e @ 1ghz, 200fsb "in your face tom!"
386 pc150 sdram
Aopen AX3SP Pro (i815ep)
(4)9.1gb 7200rpm ata100 / raid 0+1 -- Abit hotrod 100
Creative Labs 5x dvd
Lite-on 12x10x32 cdrw
Wintv go!
ATi Radeon 32mb DDR
SB live! mp3+
2 piece speakers w/ sub-woofer
10/100 Ethernet PCI card
cable modem
Lexmark 1100
-- :cool:

My internet server

K6-2 300
64mb pc150 sdram
Aopen ax5tc (430tx)
(2)13gb 5400rpm ATA33 / Raid 1
Abit hod rod 100
50x CD-ROM
Creative labs Savage4 32mb
Sound Blster 16
2 piece speakers
10/100 ethernet
256k dsl connection
-- :cool:

P3 500e@1ghz/i815ep/386mb/36gb/sb mp3+/radeon32mb :cool: k6-2 300/430tx/64mb/13gb/sb512/Sav4 32mb
March 10, 2001 3:40:06 PM

(Before it fried):
Thunderbird 1GHz @1.2GHz (actually 1199MHz but hey)
ASUS A7V
256MB PC133 CAS2 Infineon SDRAM @ 142MHz
GeForce2 GTS 32MB DDR
SB LIVE! X-Gamer
40GB Maxtor DiamondPlus
Microsoft Natural Elite Keyboard Pro
Komodo 19" monitor

thats all i can think of

-----------------
"648kb is all the space anyone would ever need!"

Bill Gates, 1980s
March 10, 2001 4:38:12 PM

2 Athlon Thunderbirds.
1. Asus A7V w/ TBird 700@850MHz.
Asus V-7100 MX Vid card.
Quantum Atlas III 18.3G SCSI LVD.
IBM Ultrastar 4.3G SCSI LVD.
Quantum FireBall+ 27G IDE HD.
Asus E608 8X DVD-ROM.
Yamaha CRW8424S CDRW.
Adaptec AHA-2940 U2W controller card.
RealTek(chip) RTL-8129 NIC.
SoundBlaster Live! Value.
DualBoot Win2000 & Win98.
2. Abit KT7-Raid w/ TB 700@850MHz.
IBM Deskstar 34GXP 27.3G.
IBM Deskstar 25GXP 13.5G.
Pioneer DVD-114 10X.
Ricoh 6/4/24X SCSI CDRW.
Guillemot Prophet MX Vid.
Tekram DC-390U2W controller card.
SoundBlaster Live! Value.
RealTek(chip) RTL-8129 NIC.
Run Win2000 (Dualboot w/ Win98) and WinME.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 5:03:11 PM

Just got it all running last week. :) 

Tbird 1.1 @ 1.3 (130x10)
Abit KT7-raid
512 megs PC133
voodoo3 2k @ 166mhz
3com 905tx 10/100 NIC
USR 56k hardware pro modem
Adaptec 2940uw scsi
STB Desktop TV tuner
SB Live w/Hoontech spdif bracket
18 gig ide WD hd (7200 rpm)
27 gig ide maxtor hd (5400 rpm)
4.5 gig uw scsi quantum hd (7200 rpm)
Plextor 40x max cdrom
Plextor 8/20 cdr
Pioneer 303s 6x scsi dvd
Internal ide ZIP drive
1.44mb floppy
InWin Q500 full tower w/300w ps

I need some better cooling for this beast. :D 
March 10, 2001 6:09:02 PM

Hey RCF, care to show some WCPUID screens?

-----------------
"648kb is all the space anyone would ever need!"

Bill Gates, 1980s
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 6:54:13 PM

Gateway Select 475:

AMD K6-2 475MHz
128MB PC100
13GB ATA/66 or 33
ATI Rage Pro on board
Sound Blaster on board
NEC DVD-ROM and Floppy
56k modem and Netgear 10Mbps NIC

But soon:

ASUS A7V133
Athlon 1GHz
256MB PC133
WD 30GB UATA/100 7200RPM Hard Drive
GeForce2 MX 32MB
Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI
2.1 Speaker system
Creative CD-ROM and HP Cd-Writer
56k Modema and NetGear NIC.
March 10, 2001 7:35:37 PM

Puter #1
Asus av7
1 gig T-bird @ 1.2gig @ 42*c (the damn thing will not go higher than 1250 see post in OC cpu)
Fop 32
256 meg pc133
Plextor 8x4x32
Sound blaster live value
Nic card
Leadtek geforce 2 mx dual out @ 220/215 @40*C
30 gig IBM 75gxp
lots of fans
wireless Logitech kb&m with the cool mouse
usb 250 zip drive
17” mon

Puter #2
K6-2 450
Soyo mb with on board sound and video
196 megs pc100
nic
12 gig 7200 rpm Maxtor
17” mon


mbaha

"Work is the curse of the drinking class"
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 10, 2001 8:57:13 PM

TBird 950 @ 1050
Asus A7V
PC133 128MB Ram
Voodoo Banshee(dont anyone say anything :smile: )
SB Live! value
Asus 50x CDrom, unknown 32x CDrom, Acer 32x 8x 4x CDrom
Western digital 30GB/ATA100
Compaq MV500 monitor
Realtek RTL8029 NIC
SupraExpress 56i Pro




<b><font color=red>Facts speek for themselfs</b></font color=red>
March 10, 2001 10:31:02 PM

The reason I asked him for WCPUID screenshots is because I don't believe him. I will if he shows me them screens.

-----------------
"648kb is all the space anyone would ever need!"

Bill Gates, 1980s
March 10, 2001 10:44:36 PM

Athlon-Thunderbird-c 1GHz! (from Dresden (copper core))
A7V133 mobo
IBM Deskstar 30GB 7200RPM
Geforce2 GTS 32MB DDR
Pioneer 16X DVD
Panasonic 8x4x32 CD-RW
256MB CAS2 Crucial PC133 SDRAM
Sound Blaster Live! Value
Sony 19" CDP-G400 monitor!
US Robotics 56K Modem!

Does this system rock or what?!

- I don't write Tom's Hardware Guide, I just preach it"
March 10, 2001 10:55:42 PM

What's even funnier about wusy's posts is the grammar in his sig is horrible. Everything is spelled correctly though :p 

(It's "reviews are", not "reviews is")

Really love your peaches wanna shake your tree.
March 10, 2001 10:58:50 PM

Oh, and I have a Tbird 900@1100, 128 MB Infineon PC 133 CAS 2, GF2 GTS @ 220/385, Asus A7V, SB Live! MP3+ 5.1 digital, 30 gig Quantum AS, 16X Pioneer DVD, 19" KDS Avitron .24 ag, and some cheap ethernet card.

Really love your peaches wanna shake your tree.
March 10, 2001 11:03:09 PM

CPU: AMD Athlon 650
RAM: 256MB
MB: ASUS K7V
GC: Creative Labs Annihilator Pro (GeForce256 DDR)
SC: Sound Blaster Live! Player1024
Mpeg/DVD Decoder: Creative Dxr3
TV-Tuner/Mpeg2-Encoder: Haupauge WinTV PVR
DVD: Creative 6x
SCSI: Adaptec 1505
CDRW: Yamaha 6w4rw16r (scsi)
HDD1: IBM DTLA-307075 (76.8GB UDMA100)
HDD2: IBM DTLA-305040 (41.1Gb UDMA100)
Modem: 56k USB Modem.
A bigass Case with a hell of a lotta fans.

oh yeah, an IRDA Port which I mainly use to put new ring tones and logos onto my mobile (cellphone - for all you yanks)

(I Promised myself not to upgrade until the hammer is widely available)

<i><b><font color=red>"2 is not equal to 3, not even for large values of 2"</font color=red></b></i><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by holygrenade on 03/11/01 01:05 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
March 10, 2001 11:33:56 PM

How 'bout some punctuation in your signature, then. Specifically, a "comma".
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 11, 2001 12:29:22 AM

Oh boy , a pissing contest! lol
and ive gotta go bad.

check it out .
this is the fastest 800 t-bird 3d gaming machine on 3dmark @ madonion.com

abitkt7a-raid
t-bird 800 @ various speeds currently @ 933 133/33 x 7
@ 133/33 plus hstclk 10 = 143 // x 7 = 1001 benchmarks off the charts!
hecules prophet 2 gts ultra
sb live x-gamers
256 mbs mushkin hp cas2 rev 3 @ 150 mhz running @ 133mhz

single cd-rom ( old one from a "96" compaq presario he he he ) im waiting for the plextor i ordered.

20 g maxtor 7200 rpm ata/100 udma

6 g western gigital ata/100( os only)

nEC MULTISYNC FLATSCREEN MONITOR 19 "

microsoft explorer 5 button + wheel laser no ball mouse

sisoft sandra say's memory benchmarks:

@ 133 fsb drystone587 / whtestone 577

@143 fsb dry 577 / whet 628

2 145 FSB DRY 597 / WHET660

CPU BENCHMARK SCORES:

133 FSB = 2591
@140 = 2789
@ 145 = 2833

check out the url's below, the first is clocked @ 1ghz so im listed with the rest of the 1 ghz but im 4rth out of those!

the second one is @ 975, top dog last time i checked.

and the third was @ 896 i believe again 1st unless these have changed wich they do all the time.

currently at 933 i score 7900 to 8200 ish without tweaking or changing anything else from the way i usually run the system.
at 800 its not even close. sorry.

q3 200 fps constant & 125 fps online @ 1600 x 1200 default settings.

unreal tourny 75 to 110 fps online or off everything on including 4x gl antialiasing

Compare URL: http://gamershq.madonion.com/compare.shtml?1498434

Compare URL: http://gamershq.madonion.com/compare.shtml?1486487

Compare URL: http://gamershq.madonion.com/compare.shtml?1481687

come again now ya here.
my 1200 isnt built all the way yet but ill let ya know.
i plan on breaking 11000 pts 3dmark!

ps, sutcliff thats the funniest [-peep-] ever ,i followed that link and also set up a sysrig.
what a joke , get this , you put in the info and it posts it.
im thinking of posting a p5 or t-bird 2.5 ghz just to see who catches it.
ill leave the urrl here for the one i just did.

http://www.anandtech.com/mysystemrig.html?id=4262
but why waste your time i couldve put anything i wanted.

thats just dumb.


<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by lumper123 on 03/10/01 11:12 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 11, 2001 1:47:31 AM

P200mmx
64mbs EDO RAM
12mb Voodoo 2 video card
shity IBM Mwave modem/soundcard
Plextor 8-4-32 CDRW
March 11, 2001 3:14:48 AM

There's no punctuation because it's supposed to be sung without a break. They're lyrics from "The Joker" by the Steve Miller Band.

Really love your peaches wanna shake your tree.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 11, 2001 3:29:25 AM

AMD Athlon 800
128-pc-133
Gigabyte 7zm running at 118 Mhz bus-double pumped

CPU at 948 Mhz
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 11, 2001 5:37:38 AM

yeah, lol thats gonna be tough to beat!

I built the 800 i used above for my kids ( i have three)

the 1200 i am in the process of building now , i have the kt7a-raid board and 2 more 128 mb sticks of the mushkin cas 2 rev 3 memory as it was cheaper to buy 4 128 modules ( $399.00 including shipping and tax) than one at a time $ 113 each,
and the motherboards i saved a few bucks buy buying two at a time, i really bought 4 of em. he he

for cooling im thinking about a peltier or something, thats what everyone ive spoken to has suggested, i dont know anything about them but i bookmarked a few places to go back and research, that and i read grizzly's post on cooling his chip......sorry griz 8<

anyway its going to be fun to research and build , i will let ya know via some new posts when i find something kooooooooool,
sorry couldnt resist.
March 11, 2001 4:25:04 PM

hey dude, how do you get your computer specs on anandtech like that?

-----------------
"648kb is all the space anyone will ever need!"

Bill Gates, 1980s
March 11, 2001 8:26:00 PM

*P3 733
*Abit SE6
*256 megs Crucial PC133
*Hercules GF2 Pro
*SB Live XGamer
*Altec Lansing ATP5(great 4 points, great bass)
*Sigma Designs Real Hollywood DVD decoder
*3Com 3c905B-TX nic
*Toshiba 12x DVD
*Sony 10x4x32 CDRW
*Maxtor 20.4 ATA 100; 7200 rpm divided 14.3gig win2k; 4.8gig win98
*Logitech keyboard
*Intellimouse USB(hey it was free)
*KDS 19" FD trinitron
*Logitech Wingman 3D extreme
*Microsoft game pad
*Generic screwless case
*Antec 300 watt P/S

Works nicely for me, looking to get a 700 and oc to 933 though.

I used to be into necrophilia and bestiality, but then I realized I was just beating a dead horse.
March 12, 2001 1:43:33 AM

mine
dell inspiron 8000
PIII 700-550
815 chipset
ATI Rage M4 32meg
128megs ram
20gig ata33 4200rpm
dvd
cdrw
pci sound

wife's/net server
Compaq POS 5000 series
my AMD tbird 1ghz
96megs ram pc 100 cuz I'm cheap
Asus v7100 @ 175/175
20gig Seagate 7200 ata66
30gig WD 5400 ata66
3gig WD dunno ata33
52ish cdrom
ac97 sound
netgear 311tx
two starband pci satellite internet cards, one rx, one tx.
and a partridge in a pear treeeeee...

----------------------
why, oh WHY, is the world run by morons?
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 12, 2001 2:04:37 AM

*PIII 800EB@888 - Golden Orb - Artic Silver II
*256MB Kingmax CAS 3@148
*Asus P3V4X
*ATI Radeon 64DDR @ 210 (rock stable too with no additional cooling)
*Pioneer 16X DVD-Rom
*SCSI Yamaha 8*8*24 CDRW
*Zip 100MB
*Maxtor 7200 40GB
*Aureal Vortex2 SuperQuad Digital PCI
*Cable Modem
*19" Quantex XP190
*330W Enermax Power Supply
*2 Sunon 60MM fans
*System Blower

3dmark2000 5755 @ 1024*768*16 - default

And that's about it. Oh yeah have a duron 700, PIII 600, K6-2 450, and a PII 400. Too may machines! Oh yeah still got parts from some old Pentium 100 and 133s as well!

At bus stations, busses stop. At train stations, trains stop. My desk has a work station. GO FIGURE!
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 12, 2001 2:06:41 AM

yeah..i think my system could beat yours dsutcliff

AMD Tbird 850@1000
Chrome Orb w/ Arctic Silver (yeah i know i need a better hsf)
MSI K7T Pro
384mb 3-3-2 PC-133 Mushkin w/Infineon Chips
VisionTek Geforce2 GTS w/BlueOrb @240-385
Maxtor 40gig ATA-66
16x Pioneer DVD
12x10x32 Iomega Zipcd
Creative X-Gamer!
Sigma Designs Realmagic MPEG2 Decoder
Linksys 10/100
3Com HomeConnect Cable Modem
2x80mm Sunon w/Blowholes
Midtower Hydraulic Case
Windows ME
300 watt Antec PS
Klipsch Promedia 4.1@400 true RMS Watts
3Dmark of 6776 @1024x768x32, 2x2 FSAA
All drivers/progs updated

Solid as a rock

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Every Dark Cloud Has a Silver Lining, but Lightning Kills Hundreds of People Each Year Who Are Trying to Find It.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 12, 2001 2:26:11 AM

yeah i know orbs suck...it came on my cpu/mobo combo. i'm contemplating getting a wbk-38....i want a swiftech mc-462 but now way i shelling out 80 bucks for a hsf.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 12, 2001 2:29:27 AM

new stuff: TBird 900 in the mail, gonna oc it to the highest i can get while still stable with a fop38 coolin it and some artic silver 2 grease. on a a7v133 with 512 meg pc133 cl2 ram (gonna install win2k obviously and play with linux). sb live! value oem card. ibm 75gxp 45gig 7200rpm uata 100 hd in the mail. housed in a 4Q full tower for only $47 (i gipped the case, but i really didn't care anyhow, just matters how it works for me, it has a good 300w psu in it). cooling with 1 120mm 131cfm sunon fan on intake(filter) and 2 92mm 55cfm/fan sanyon denki's on outake.

old stuff: dell/trinitron p990, 18" viewable, optimal res 1024 x 768 at 75 Hz or 85 Hz, max res 1600 x 1200 at 75 Hz. using my old viper II v770 d (riva tnt2) with 32 meg, i know that sux, but i don't plan on playing too many games, but if i do play some, it's worked fairly well in the past for me. plextor 12/10/32A. iomega zip drive. possibly a dvd. linksys 10/100 ethernet card hooked up to 1.5 Mbps dl/ul cable. acs495 speakers. hp deskjet 882c. APC back-ups pro 650. m$oft optical mouse. regular kboard. floppy, etc.

possibility for raid 0 if i pop in another good hd (a7v133 supports it i think?).
!