What are you running?
I am posting this thread to see what some of you users are using (computerwise) as of the moment I am running an old Gateway probably nearing 7 years old it wont run any games and has no sound (it burned out about 2 years ago) but I did buy a notebook Fujitsu L00X T series it is the best I could afford. Please post back.
So you're just asking the specifications of the system we are using?
Dell Optiplex GX110 mobo w/ i810E chipset @ 733Mhz
1x 15GB HD (WinXP)
1X 122GB HD (30gb NTFS, 92GB Linux)
Slackware Linux 10 + 'current' updates
It's nothing special, I also have a Epox 8RDA+ mobo I'm building into a machine.
Hassun yes I am just asking what you are running b/c I like to know whats good b/c I am looking for a new desktop computer.
I will do Kite and Blackrose!!!
Custom PC I built
AMD 64 prosessor
1.2 GB of Ram
4 250 GB Harddrives
250MB Zip Drive
Windows XP Pro/Red hat Linux (Dual Boot System)
Intel Pentium 4 2.26 Ghz.
512 Mb of RAM
one: Lite-on dvd sohd-167t (dvd drive)
one: _NEC NR-7900A (broken cd-r burner)
one: Floppy disk drive
Windows XP Professional
20 gig internal HD
80 gig external HD
NVIDA GeForce4 MX 420
That's all I can think of putting now..
custom built here.
3ghz p4 prescott.
16x dvd burner
48/24/48 - 16x cd burner/dvd player
20gig hard drive (should be getting my 200gig sata in a few weeks along with my 6600gt.
dual boot win xp pro sp 2 w/ suse 9.2 pro
addtronics 6986 case
300w seasonic super tornado
intel p4c 2.6ghz with zalman cnps7000al-cu
abit is7 mobo
2x512mb pc2700 crucial ram
ati aiw 9800 pro 128mb with zalman zm80a-hp
200gb maxtor diamondmax plus 9 sata hd
8x nec nd-2510 dvd+/- burner
16x lite-on dvdrom
3com 10/100 nic
hercules gametheater xp sound card
120mm vantec stealth fan, 92mm zalman fan, 80mm vantec stealth fan each with zalman fanmate
logitech mx duo with ratpad
ati usb remote wonder
21" dell p1130 trinitron crt monitor
klipsch 5.1 promedia speakers
all connected to monster power pc1000 surge protector / line conditioner
the comp is so quiet, you have to question yourself if the comp is really on. and yes, 300w is enough to haul this much power, quietly i might add.