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19-08-08, 09:46
Hey :wve: in this thrad you can post your system you can post your system specs!

here are mine:

OS:windiws Vista ultimate 32bit
CPU:Intel C2D E8400 3ghz

Common it will be fun! I wanna see what everyone else has compared to mine

dream raider
19-08-08, 10:11
Compared to yours, my system is rubbish-worthy. :p

Seriously though, how much did all that cost you? :eek:

19-08-08, 10:17
I have a laptop with this specs:

OS: Windows Vista Home Premium
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 2.20GHz
GPU: Nvidia GeForce 8600M GS (256MB)
HDD: 250GB

Costed 1200, 8 months ago...

Next year i'm going to put more RAM on it. This computer main function is to work though. I never bought it with the intention to make it a gaming computer, even though i'm able to play new games on it! :p

19-08-08, 10:19
Compared to yours, my system is rubbish-worthy. :p

Seriously though, how much did all that cost you? :eek:

well around 1000$:p

And I'm upgrading my CPU to a Q9300 next month.

19-08-08, 10:21
hm what a boasting thread .... okay

CPU: Intel PIV 2.8 GHz
GPU: ATI Radeon 9600 Pro 256 MB RAM
HDD: Samsung 80 GB
RAM: 1024 MB

My machine is 5 years old but I'm happy with that :wve:

19-08-08, 10:21
There's 2 PCs in my household, I'm using the most ancient right now;

Win XP
Celeron 1.3Ghz
384Mb Ram
120Gb HD
GeForce (128mb I think)

crap! :D

19-08-08, 10:27
OS: Win XP Pro SP3
CPU: Pentium 4 2.8GHz
GPU: Radeon X1950 Pro 512MB AGP
HDD: 2x 160GB SATA, 1x 200GB ATA (520GB)
PSU: 600w OCZ StealthXStream
Display: 22" Xerox (1680x1050)
Keyboard: Ideazon Merc Stealth

Could use a new puter for next year's games though. Processor needs upgraded the most, but that'll mean I need a new mobo and gfx card too. :(

Not As We
19-08-08, 10:28
OS: Vista Home Edition Premium
GPU: 8800GTS 512Mb
CPU:Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 @2.5GHz
RAM: 2Gb
HDD: 520Gb


19-08-08, 10:29
Well, I'm a PCiac, (I have 4plus functional PCs, plus several that will or won't work, depends on my willingnes to bash them back to working order :D) however, my most powerful thing is this:

Windows Vista Ultimate + WinXP Pro
AMD Athlon X2 5200 (2 cores, each 2.6GHz)
80G+160G+250G HDDs
GeForce 8800GTX.

Probably will get some more RAM sometime later this year.

dream raider
19-08-08, 10:29
well around 1000$:p

And I'm upgrading my CPU to a Q9300 next month.

You think that's necessary? I think already have a great PC. :)

19-08-08, 10:55
You think that's necessary? I think already have a great PC. :)

Yes, but in order to play new Games like the upcoming Tomb Raider Udnerworld on high detail I will need a decent quad Core CPU:)

19-08-08, 11:04
AMD X2 6400+
2GB OCZ 6400 RAM
Asus M2N-SLI Deluxe mobo.
Antec 900 case

19-08-08, 11:18
NEC Versa P550


1,86Ghz Intel M
1,0 GB RAM
80 GB HD
Ati Radeon Mobility X300, 320 MB (sharing with system RAM)

Every year, my university benchmarks a number of notebooks for that year's specifications, and then offers the best one to all students for only 50% of the price (!). This system was for the year 2005-2006.

I think just before I leave, I'll buy another one from them :p No TRU on this one... :(

19-08-08, 12:23
I built this system personally

3Ghz Quad Core with Blue Orb 2 CPU Cooler
4gb RAM
1gb 9800GX2
1 x 150gb Raptor HDD
2 x 750gb HDD
Vista Premium 64bit
Sound Blaster Fatality
Cooler Master CM690 Case
750w Cooler Master PSU
DVD Burner
Logitech G15 Refresh keyboard,
Logitech G9 Laser Mouse
22" Widescreen Samsung Monitor

19-08-08, 12:45
OS: XP Home
CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2.80GHz
GPU: ATI Radeon 9600XT GS (128MB)
RAM: 512 MB
HDD: 220GB

It's quite old, but it's alright, since I don't play games on it anymore. :)

19-08-08, 13:33
OS: Windows XP SP3
CPU: Athlon 64 4000+
GPU: Radeon x1650 Pro (PCI-E 512MB)
RAM: 2GB Transcend DDR2 800
MOBO: ECS KA3-MVP (Crossfire 3200)
HDD: 320 GB
PSU: Rosewill 600W
Optical: Asus Quietrack DVD-RW DL
Mouse: Logitech LX5
Key: Logitech Classic 200
Screen: Hitachi 19" CRT
Case: Rosewill R218-P mid-tower
Audio: Sony 600 Watt 5.1 Surround

19-08-08, 13:52
Im posting with my cellphone, dont recall its specs offhand though.

As for my computer:

XPro SP3 (Vista can suck my...applicator)
Athlon 6000+
4Gb DDR2 800
EVGA 8600 GTS 512MB (ppl keep sayings total crap, yet I play every game with max graphics and minimal slowdown)
Some SATA drive...

Ill post the current planned specs of E.A.G.E.R. (Extremely Awesome Gaming Entertainment Rig) when I get home in a couple of hours. It would make anyone drool.

19-08-08, 14:01
HP laptop

OS: Vista home basic
GPU: Ati radeon xpress 1270 - 320mb
CPU: AMD mobile sempron 2ghz
HDD: 112 gb

Really not for newer games, but it's great for photoshop, video editing and such.

Alex Fly
19-08-08, 14:58
OS : Windows XP Home Edition SP3
GPU : GeForce 8800 GT
CPU : Intel Q6600
RAM : 2 GB
Harddisk : 80 GB & 250 GB