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11-01-2006, 01:11 PM
Could not find a thread for this already so thought i would start one :icon_rr:
I will begin:
Main system specification:
AMD X2 4200+ (Default clock), 2GB Corsair DDR 3200 XMS, Asus A8N32-SLI, Sapphire X1900XTX 512MB, Western Digital 74GB Raptor (SATA), Western Digital 300GB Caviar (SATA), Western Digital 400GB Caviar (SATA), Western Digital 500GB Caviar (SATA), Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeMusic, Logitech Z5500 Digital, NEC 16x DVD RW drive, 550Watt Tagan PSU & Automated fan controller.
LCD Monitor: LG 19" LCD Ultra Slim.
2nd System Specification:
AMD 64 3200+, 1GB Corsair RAM, Gigabyte K8VNXP, Nvidia Geforce Ti 4600, Sony 18x DVDRW Q28A drive, Western Digital 36GB Raptor, Western Digital 120GB IDE, Western Digital 250GB SATA, Adaptec AHA-2940UW SCSI Controller, Sony SDT-10000 Tape drive, Creative Audigy Live & 500watt PSU. Hooked up to sound system and LG monitor via D-SUB.
Ubuntu Linux machine:
Compaq EVO D510 E-PC, Pentium 4 2Ghz processor, Samsung DDR 2100 512MB RAM, Western Digital 60GB IDE & Sony DW-Q520A 8x DVD RW drive.
Compaq EN Slim Deskpro, Pentium 3 1Ghz processor, Crucial SDRAM 133Mhz 512MB RAM, Voodoo 3 16MB AGP card, Seagate 20GB IDE, Liteon 48x CD-RW, Adaptec SCSI controller & Sony SDT-9000 Tape drive.
That took a while :5obsessed:
EDIT: yes i have far too much free time!
11-01-2006, 03:43 PM
They say a tidy desk is the sign of a sick mind.
What do you say to that :)
Nice systems by the way. My 4200 dually arrives this week (I hope).
11-01-2006, 04:08 PM
I always tend to tidy up before i take photos... there was tons of crap on my desk before the photo was taken.
Many have said i'm mental, i dunno about sick though. I wouldn't mind a :hat4:though right now :laughing5:
11-01-2006, 10:19 PM
My 5200+ arrived today. I need to build it, test it and clock it before I put anything here though.
07-08-2007, 03:42 PM
Leaving on vacation next week, so I picked up a used+working one of these for $750:
We have a lot of power problems here due to the summer lightning storms. This ought to keep my system going. I'll be putting more systems on this as time and finances allow. Our company closed down a plant in Greenville, South Carolina and this was just sitting there, so I made an offer. One of the batteries is a bit weak, but they are easily replaced.
07-08-2007, 04:43 PM
If I can get into te puter room tomorrow, I will take a pic of the intel pentium d systems and the pentium 4's. I'll get the pics of my home setup as well then :)
07-08-2007, 08:04 PM
Here is the 1st in a series of candid photographs of unsuspecting computers, caught in their natural habitat....Shhh...be very quiet...
Top left to right:
X2 5200 on Windows X64
X2 4800 on BOINCpe
Semperon 1.6 on W2k
X2 4800 on BOINCpe
Athlon 2600 on W2k (VNC secondary admin, PeBuilder and Surfing box)
Dell 330 on W2k
Micron 2.0 Ghz on Xp
Micron 1.6 running FreeNas (1 ea 40 and 80 Gig HD's)
09-25-2007, 04:12 PM
This is the home system (Athlon64 3000+ @ 2.16 GHz):
This is part of the pharm (6 * Pentium D 3.0 GHz):
09-25-2007, 10:30 PM
Here is my clean desk...
With my little surfing box on the left (1.8 ghz Celeron)
09-25-2007, 10:42 PM
Here is what you don't see....
Arrgh...The curse of the computer SLOB!!
Ya gotta like the 14 x 24 inch mouse pad though...:icon_mrgreen:
09-25-2007, 10:53 PM
Nice Lumbar support there Frederick, and nice to take charge of the classroom puters while no one is aware. Nice clean setup there Bender10 your acting just as tidy as Evil-Dragon, keep up the good work everyone.
I work in the dark basement so you can't take my system's pictures. :icon_razz:
09-26-2007, 06:18 PM
Let me kleen out the spider webs, and I'll show you the dungeon pics later.....
Coming soon...computers kept against their will :shocked: in a dark dank dungeon, crunching numbers for an evil master...muuhaaa...THE WORLD SHALL BE MINE!!!
Wawa.wa.wawa.wa......yes dear, I'll keep the noise down (shades of Charlie Brown...Egads!)
back to werk
09-26-2007, 11:11 PM
Here's my setup.
Nice widescreen monitor :)
Close up of the business ends... Excuse the breakfast plate...
10-06-2007, 01:00 AM
Here's what my system looks like:
The CPU is an AMD Athlon, 64 x2 DualCore, 4200+, 22.2 GHz, running on Windows XP-Pro, SP2. I get 2138 FP MIPS (Whetstone) and 3937 integer MIPS (Dhrystone). I get very fast Internet access with Comcast.net.
On the left is a Canon iP4300 printer and an Epson 1650 scanner. The blue box behind the monitor is a Linksys router. On the right (in front of the pencil can) is a DUALphone (1 of 3) that connects both to Skype and to the POTS.
I've had a couple of systems die completely, so this time I got a RAID drive with automatic backup and UPS. The UPS is buried under this ugly pile of wire behind the cabinet:
I like Mathcad PLUS 6.0c, TurboCAD 2.0, and Word 6.0 better than later versions of these. Other favorites are Photoscore Pro, Anvil Studio, and Sound Forge (for music processing), Google Earth, and PC Study Bible. I prefer Virtual Pascal, even though I have Microsoft C++, Borland Pascal with Objects, and Delphi. And that's just 'scratching the surface'.
:hello:and welcome Jim Clark!
You have a nice setup but your AMD must be the worlds strongest or fastest. 22,2 GHz! I guess you mean 2,2?
Althoug we are proud have you among us. Feel free ask us about our project, our forum or whatever you ponder on.
10-09-2007, 05:52 AM
Thanks, Lagu, for the welcome. No, I'm not overclocking the heck out of my CPU! I don't know where that 22.2 figure came from -- I checked again, and it's 1.79 GHz.
But where are my pictures? Let me try this --
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