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    My new Vaio PC. It kicks ass!!
    Specs:

    Intel Pentium 4 HT 2.8GHz
    1GB Ram
    Windows XP
    160GB HDD
    ATI Radeon 9200 128MB AGP
    DVD + RW/CD-RW
    DVD-ROM

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    My new laptop rocks!

    Screen Size - 17" Widescreen (with RGB, svideo and component out)
    CPU - Pentium 4 HT 3.4 GHz 800 MHz FSB (plays Doom 3 perfectly )
    Ram - 1GB DDR Kingston SDRam PC 2700 (Upgradeable to 2GB)
    Hard Drive - 80GB
    Floppy Drive - ...why the hell would I need one?
    DVD±RW / DVD-RAM - 4x/2x
    CD-RW - 24x/8x
    Video Card - Geforce FX Go5700 128mb
    Speakers - Built in harmon/kardon tweets
    Mouse - MS Optical USB (and touch pad on the laptop)
    Keyboard - Built in one and Logitech Elite (I also use it for my Ps2)
    Operating System - Windows Media Center Edition 2004 (did I mention my lappy has a tv cap card and remote?)
    Ports - 4 USB, 1 10/100 Ethernet, Built in Wireless G, SD memory card slot, and yes a 56k modem...woohoo

    Sorry I just had to...I never have anything nice

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    1.8GHZ
    512MB of ram
    80 Gig hadrdrive
    Nvidia Geforce fx5200 graphics card.


    If anybody has a system setup similiar to mine, ( or at least the graphics card) Please PM me how well doom 3 ran for you. Or if it ran at all. Thank you.

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    Originally posted by Mr.Anonymous
    My new laptop rocks!

    Screen Size - 17" Widescreen (with RGB, svideo and component out)
    CPU - Pentium 4 HT 3.4 GHz 800 MHz FSB (plays Doom 3 perfectly )
    Ram - 1GB DDR Kingston SDRam PC 2700 (Upgradeable to 2GB)
    Hard Drive - 80GB
    Floppy Drive - ...why the hell would I need one?
    DVD±RW / DVD-RAM - 4x/2x
    CD-RW - 24x/8x
    Video Card - Geforce FX Go5700 128mb
    Speakers - Built in harmon/kardon tweets
    Mouse - MS Optical USB (and touch pad on the laptop)
    Keyboard - Built in one and Logitech Elite (I also use it for my Ps2)
    Operating System - Windows Media Center Edition 2004 (did I mention my lappy has a tv cap card and remote?)
    Ports - 4 USB, 1 10/100 Ethernet, Built in Wireless G, SD memory card slot, and yes a 56k modem...woohoo

    Sorry I just had to...I never have anything nice
    Same with me. It feels so good. Especially when you had a shitty computer like me before you got a new one.

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    Just built my brand new system!

    AMD Athlon 64 3400+
    Nforce3 MB
    Geforce 6800 GT 256mb
    Audigy2 Gamer Edition
    1 Gig of Ram
    5.1 Surround sound speakers
    Dual-Layer DVD Burner

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    Originally posted by Borman
    Just built my brand new system!

    AMD Athlon 64 3400+
    Nforce3 MB
    Geforce 6800 GT 256mb
    Audigy2 Gamer Edition
    1 Gig of Ram
    5.1 Surround sound speakers
    Dual-Layer DVD Burner
    Omgad nice. What are you doing with your old radeon 9800 pro?

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    Keeping it in this PC (installing stuff onto the new one) so i can get at least a 3Player lan of Doom going (other comp has a FX5200)

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    Here's my Specs.
    P4 2.8ghz
    120Gb Hard Drive
    256Mb ddr Ram
    64Mb geforce mx440 graphics
    dvd/cd burner combo 16x/48-40-16

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    Specs of WIP computer:
    AMD fx-53
    Asus A8V motherboard
    240gb hdd
    1gb ddr500 2.5-3-3-6
    256mb Ati x800 Pro
    Audigy 2 ZS Platinum
    Dvd-rw
    Cd-rw
    Thermaltake Tsunami Black w/window

    Server/Storage:
    P4 2.8ghz (800fsb)
    random oem Asus motherboard
    512mb DDR
    Nvidia geforce fx 5200
    Dvd-rw
    Dvd-r
    Over 350gb altogether hdd space

    Laptop:
    AMD Athlon XP 2600 thoroughbred
    Ati 320m IGP
    60gb hdd
    512mb DDR

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    P4 2.4GHz w/ 533Mhz FSB
    Abit IT7-Max2 mainboard
    Onboard RAID controller with 2 Maxtor 7200RPM 80GB HDs w/ 8MB cache in a RAID 0 (and 2 more SATA channels not being used)
    128MB ATi Radeon 9700Pro
    2x Micron 512MB PC2700 RAM
    52x24x52x CR-RW Drive
    8x? DVD drive
    SB Audigy LS
    Logitech MX510 Mouse (Best. Mouse. Ever.)
    21" Sun Monitor
    Logitech Z5300 Speakers
    Cable modem
    A working floppy disk drive! (news to me)
    Probably some other stuff, but that's enough I guess.

    Not bad for the end of 2002 when I built it. Time for some more harddrives.... SATA this time. But there isn't anything this machine has let me down on. Doom3, ultra detail, smooth as silk....
    Last edited by Paul Miller; 8th-August-2004 at 03:16.
    All I can say is that my life is pretty plain
    I like watchin the puddles gather rain
    And all I can do is just pour some tea for two
    and speak my point of view
    But its not sane..
    I just want some one to say to me
    Ill always be there when you wake
    Ya know Id like to keep my cheeks dry today
    So stay with me and Ill have it made
    And I dont understand why I sleep all day
    And I start to complain that theres no rain
    And all I can do is read a book to stay awake
    And it rips my life away but its a great escape..
    All I can say is that my life is pretty plain...

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    Ok here is my comp nowadays

    Windows XP Home
    Proc. Pentuim 4 2.00 ghz
    256 ram
    soundmax audio soundcard
    10/100 ethernet
    DSL now not Dial up
    umm it now has a casw window.
    48X cd burner
    Floppy drive
    umm (had 6 usb's but contriller ruined them) so all li have is 4.
    GFX -onboadr Intel 3d extreme 64 mb.
    (gonna upgrade it soon)
    And thats about it

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    vivi, your video card sucks. AND its onboard. well, most all sucky video cards are onboard.

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    * Intel® Pentium® 4 processor 530 with HT Technology
    1 MB L2 cache / 800 MHz FSB / 3.0 GHz
    * Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition operating system
    * 512 MB DDR RAM
    * 160 GB SATA 7200rpm hard drive by Seagate
    * 8x multiformat (DVD±RW) DVD burner by Sony
    * 52x CD ROM drive
    * 128 MB NVIDIA® GeForce™ FX 5300 PCI express graphics card with DVI-I and TV out
    * 9 in 1 media reader
    * 2.1 flat panel speaker system with powered subwoofer
    * Keyboard & mouse included




    Front connections:



    * Integrated 9 in 1 media reader
    * Microphone
    * Headphones
    * Audio in (aux)
    * Left and right audio in (RCA)
    * Composite video in
    * S-video in
    * 2x USB 2.0
    * IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 4-pin
    * IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 6-pin




    Rear connections:



    * PS/2 keyboard
    * PS/2 mouse
    * Parallel port
    * Serial port
    * 4x USB 2.0
    * IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 6-pin
    * Audio in (line in)
    * Microphone
    * Front, rear, and center speaker ports (1/8" stereo)
    * Digital audio out (coax S/P-DIF)
    * Digital audio in (coax S/P-DIF)
    * Fast Ethernet port
    * VGA out
    * DVI out
    * TV out (S-video)
    * Left and right audio in (RCA)*
    * Composite video in*
    * S-video in*
    * TV antenna in*
    * FM antenna in*
    * Modem port


    Sig above thanks to crusher

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    Default Alienware

    2gb ddram
    256mb ati videocard
    dual 800gb harddrives
    alienice cooling system
    2.8ghz processor
    wireless keyboard logitech
    wireless mouse logitech
    dual 20x20 monitors
    offbrand soundcard 4 bit ... mine original is bad
    nice pc..abusive user lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxhound
    * Intel® Pentium® 4 processor 530 with HT Technology
    1 MB L2 cache / 800 MHz FSB / 3.0 GHz
    * Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition operating system
    * 512 MB DDR RAM
    * 160 GB SATA 7200rpm hard drive by Seagate
    * 8x multiformat (DVD±RW) DVD burner by Sony
    * 52x CD ROM drive
    * 128 MB NVIDIA® GeForce™ FX 5300 PCI express graphics card with DVI-I and TV out
    * 9 in 1 media reader
    * 2.1 flat panel speaker system with powered subwoofer
    * Keyboard & mouse included




    Front connections:



    * Integrated 9 in 1 media reader
    * Microphone
    * Headphones
    * Audio in (aux)
    * Left and right audio in (RCA)
    * Composite video in
    * S-video in
    * 2x USB 2.0
    * IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 4-pin
    * IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 6-pin




    Rear connections:



    * PS/2 keyboard
    * PS/2 mouse
    * Parallel port
    * Serial port
    * 4x USB 2.0
    * IEEE 1394 (FireWire) 6-pin
    * Audio in (line in)
    * Microphone
    * Front, rear, and center speaker ports (1/8" stereo)
    * Digital audio out (coax S/P-DIF)
    * Digital audio in (coax S/P-DIF)
    * Fast Ethernet port
    * VGA out
    * DVI out
    * TV out (S-video)
    * Left and right audio in (RCA)*
    * Composite video in*
    * S-video in*
    * TV antenna in*
    * FM antenna in*
    * Modem port
    Nice setting, but in french there is a proverb that could be translated as:
    "It's not clothing which makes the monk."

    Stab stab.

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