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    Originally posted by Ace
    Hehe won't be once my PC #4 is done .
    Oh really? what's going inside of it?

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    My PC is way better than anyone's

    Pentium IV 1.5 Ghz
    40gb HD, Under a gb left...
    64mb Geforce 2
    Shittest mouse ever
    Awful, awful speakers...

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    Originally posted by violineb
    Oh really? what's going inside of it?
    What i'm planning:

    - Case -

    - Chieftec WX Bigtower (Black)
    - 2 90x90mm system coolers

    - Storage Mediums -

    - Floppy drive (Black)
    - Plextor 20/10/40 + DVD player (Black)
    - DVD+/- Rewriter 4/2.4/12 (Black)
    - 2 HDD 120Gb 7200rpm 8MBcache IDE + Coolers

    - Mobo and the rest -

    - 2 DDRAM 512Mb PC3200 400MHz
    - Asus MB P4C800 Deluxe Intel P4 DDR
    - Intel Pentium4 2.8GHz 800MHz
    - Zalman CNPS 5700D P4 cooler
    - Creative SB Audigy II
    - Asus V9900 FX5800 TD 128Mb
    - 17" TFT-LCD monitor

    This'll probally change though, seeing how i'm at 60% of the money that'll cost, and by the time i have the money new stuff may be developed.

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    You might want to change that FX5800 to an FX5900. Everything else looks good, though, Ace. Here is the PC I am building for my friend:

    Asus P4P800 800Mhz FSB w/ Springdale 865PE chipset & ICH5R
    Intel Pentium 4 3.0CGHz 512k 800 MHz FSB (HT enabled)
    Corsair 512MB DDR400 (PC3200)
    Western Digital 180GB HDD w/ 8MB cache
    ATI All-in-Wonder 9700 Pro
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Platinum
    Sony DRU500-A DVD-R/RW & DVD+R/RW
    Plextor 48x CD-RW
    Falcon Midtower case w/ sidepanel window and LED interface
    Antec Trupower 450Watt PSU
    Blue Neon Light
    2x 90mm case fans
    Thermaltake Dragon HSF
    Wireless Keyboard/Mouse
    Wireless LAN using 802.11g Wi-Fi standard accessing a cable modem

    Total: $2200

    Anyway, the system will blow the pants off of everyone of yours, including mine and Vio's. The core system itself without the WLAN and Plextor CD-RW drive is less than $1800. And, who knows, I might decide to change the chipset to Canterwood and get a more expensive Asus board or maybe go with Abit's offering. The monitor is not listed because he will be using his HD-ready Sony flat panel TV with 720p resolution.

    P.S. We only decided to go with the All-in-Wonder because he wanted the PC to be integrated with his home theatre and act as a PVR. He could have easily afforded ATI's Radeon 9800 Pro (256MB version) if he had wanted to.
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    Originally posted by Magus
    You might want to change that FX5800 to an FX5900. Everything else looks good, though, Ace. Here is the PC I am building for my friend:
    I probally will, but i don't have the money yet so anything i had on that list might be changed once i do, seeing how it'll take me a while to get the money.

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    HAHAHA!!! All you computers are CHILD's PLAY!!!!!

    3.06 Ghz Pentium 4 Processor
    1 GB Corsair High-Performance RAM
    Nvidia GeForce FX 5600 w/256 MB RAM and TV-Out & DVI
    Sound Blaster Audigy MP3+
    Dual WD 200GB Hard Drives
    Altec Lansing 5.1 surround speakers
    19" Flat-Panel LCD Display
    Wireless Mouse and Keyboard
    52x24x52x CD Buner
    4x DVD-R/RW
    1GB Jaz Drive
    Some cool-looking case with see-thru windows and a sound activated blacklight

    It riuns Mario 64 at 250 fps

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    Originally posted by ROMstein
    HAHAHA!!! All you computers are CHILD's PLAY!!!!!
    ur joking me?

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    Originally posted by ROMstein
    HAHAHA!!! All you computers are CHILD's PLAY!!!!!

    3.06 Ghz Pentium 4 Processor
    1 GB Corsair High-Performance RAM
    Nvidia GeForce FX 5600 w/256 MB RAM and TV-Out & DVI
    Sound Blaster Audigy MP3+
    Dual WD 200GB Hard Drives
    Altec Lansing 5.1 surround speakers
    19" Flat-Panel LCD Display
    Wireless Mouse and Keyboard
    52x24x52x CD Buner
    4x DVD-R/RW
    1GB Jaz Drive
    Some cool-looking case with see-thru windows and a sound activated blacklight

    It riuns Mario 64 at 250 fps
    I hope that Gannondorf posts his specs he'll 0wnz0rs you
    Last edited by Ace; 25th-June-2003 at 00:25.

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    Originally posted by ROMstein
    HAHAHA!!! All you computers are CHILD's PLAY!!!!!

    3.06 Ghz Pentium 4 Processor
    1 GB Corsair High-Performance RAM
    Nvidia GeForce FX 5600 w/256 MB RAM and TV-Out & DVI
    Sound Blaster Audigy MP3+
    Dual WD 200GB Hard Drives
    Altec Lansing 5.1 surround speakers
    19" Flat-Panel LCD Display
    Wireless Mouse and Keyboard
    52x24x52x CD Buner
    4x DVD-R/RW
    1GB Jaz Drive
    Some cool-looking case with see-thru windows and a sound activated blacklight

    It riuns Mario 64 at 250 fps


    What the heck are ypu playing dude. You dont need all that or maybe you're just a rich boy with tons of money, but you dont know how to start your machine
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    Originally posted by ROMstein
    HAHAHA!!! All you computers are CHILD's PLAY!!!!!

    3.06 Ghz Pentium 4 Processor
    1 GB Corsair High-Performance RAM
    Nvidia GeForce FX 5600 w/256 MB RAM and TV-Out & DVI
    Sound Blaster Audigy MP3+
    Dual WD 200GB Hard Drives
    Altec Lansing 5.1 surround speakers
    19" Flat-Panel LCD Display
    Wireless Mouse and Keyboard
    52x24x52x CD Buner
    4x DVD-R/RW
    1GB Jaz Drive
    Some cool-looking case with see-thru windows and a sound activated blacklight

    It riuns Mario 64 at 250 fps
    Time to nit pick some more I personally would have gone for a 21" CRT instead of a 19" LCD if you would have the desk space, even w/ the fastest LCDs it is still better w/ CRT, I never trust 52x burners, they spin too fast, that's how you can end up w/ exploding CD drives, even Plextor doesn't trust it at that speed and requires that u unlock the drive to push to full 52x. I don't see why u need the jazz drive when u have a DVD burner, u probably could have saved a little w/ that. Another thing I would drop is the wireless keyboard mouse, even if you have a lot of open space, unless you hook your computer up to a TV it won't be all that useful, the slower speeds of the wireless signals can also be a hassle, unless it's one of the new Logitech MX mice

    Ok, I think I'm done nit-picking as much as I complained, ur system isn't bad, I'll give you that, but I get picky myself when it comes to specific parts

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    Windows ME
    800MHz AMD Athlon
    52X Cdrom Drive
    8/4/32 Plexwriter (Old, but very good!)
    16MB Nividia Graphics Card (Bad)
    512Mbit Memory
    14GB Hard Drive

    My computer is also almost 3 years old now. Dont have the money to buy a new one. Can anyone tell me how to overclock mine. Is there a program or something?

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    look http://www.emuparadise.org/vbulletin...threadid=10618 for some info.

    and go overclockers for info on your system

    EDIT

    actually, i found one for your system on overclockersonline
    Last edited by Shadowrider; 25th-June-2003 at 21:01.

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    System:

    OS: Windows 2000 with SP4
    AMD XP 1600
    512 PC2100 DDR Ram
    Asus AVS333 Socket A mobo
    40 gig 7200 WD HD
    40 gig IBM HD
    GeForce 2 64 meg Video Card
    WinTV Card
    Pioneer 105 DVD-R Burner
    Lite-On 52X CD Burner

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    Sup everyone. Here's the computer I bought and put together myself.

    AMD XP 1900 (1.6 ghz)
    Thermaltake 7 w/ Arctic Silver III
    Gigabyte 7VRX Motherboard
    512 MB PC2700 (333) RAM
    Windows XP Pro

    GeForce 4 Ti-4600 (Abit Siluro)
    17" LCD ( ViewSonic VA720 )
    Sound Blaster Live! X-Gamer

    (2x) WD 40 gig 7200rpm drives
    Cambridge Soundworks (Creative) 4 Satelite / 1 Sub Sound System
    MS Natural Keyboard (These ROCK!)
    MS Intellimouse (These also rock!)
    Litepads Standard Mouse Pad (These ALSO rock! lol)
    16x DVD / 48x CDROM
    4x CD Burner (yeah, old, but still works)
    5 Case fans (Front: 1, Side: 1, Rear: 2, Top: 1)


    Ok, I think I over did it there, but ah well. ; )

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    Originally posted by RavynX
    Sup everyone. Here's the computer I bought and put together myself.

    AMD XP 1900 (1.6 ghz)
    Thermaltake 7 w/ Arctic Silver III
    Gigabyte 7VRX Motherboard
    512 MB PC2700 (333) RAM
    Windows XP Pro

    GeForce 4 Ti-4600 (Abit Siluro)
    17" LCD ( ViewSonic VA720 )
    Sound Blaster Live! X-Gamer

    (2x) WD 40 gig 7200rpm drives
    Cambridge Soundworks (Creative) 4 Satelite / 1 Sub Sound System
    MS Natural Keyboard (These ROCK!)
    MS Intellimouse (These also rock!)
    Litepads Standard Mouse Pad (These ALSO rock! lol)
    16x DVD / 48x CDROM
    4x CD Burner (yeah, old, but still works)
    5 Case fans (Front: 1, Side: 1, Rear: 2, Top: 1)


    Ok, I think I over did it there, but ah well. ; )
    very nice combination. not too extreme, but not below standard either.
    how much did you spend on all these?

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