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Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:06 pm
by Se7enBlaydz
thedotmaster wrote:
Se7enBlaydz wrote:hey...it's all the money i had to build a simple computer. later on i'm ramping everything up. i don't have a job right now so i spent the last of my money to get decent parts since my other one burnt out. :lol:


He's getting at the fact that you don't know what you're talking about.


Okay. Well, if I may not know a lot, but I did my computer together and it does work. Hey, I'm learning just like everyone else. And it was only one thing that I mistyped. Eh, oh well.

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:08 pm
by thedotmaster
Se7enBlaydz wrote:
Okay. Well, if I may not know a lot, but I did my computer together and it does work. Hey, I'm learning just like everyone else. And it was only one thing that I mistyped. Eh, oh well.


Two things actually, but sorry, what I said was rather harsh. I take that back. :)

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:19 pm
by Se7enBlaydz
thedotmaster wrote:
Se7enBlaydz wrote:
Okay. Well, if I may not know a lot, but I did my computer together and it does work. Hey, I'm learning just like everyone else. And it was only one thing that I mistyped. Eh, oh well.


Two things actually, but sorry, what I said was rather harsh. I take that back. :)


I let things roll off man. I just explain what I write then people can take it however. I was shortening it. It's just a quick look at my system. I'd have a lot of detail if I wanted, but I didn't want to type that much. anyways...its cool. 8-)

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:56 pm
by Nines
I wasn't insinuating that you don't know what you're talking about.. I thought you were joking. You made a mistake. I make them all the time. Life is good. (:

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:01 pm
by Se7enBlaydz
Nines wrote:I wasn't insinuating that you don't know what you're talking about.. I thought you were joking. You made a mistake. I make them all the time. Life is good. (:


Hey, no problem. Agree...life is all good. Haha! ^_^

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:23 am
by Kegbuna
I am current running:
Core 2 Duo E6850
EVGA nforce 680i SLI
4 Gb Ram
1 SATA 300 Gig HDD
2 1TB Western Digital HDD's in RAID 0
2 EVGA 8800 GTS in SLI
Soundblaster X-Fi XtremeGamer
Saitek cyborg II keyboard
Razer Copperhead mouse

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 2:21 pm
by _CG_
I'm using,
XFX 750a mobo
4GB ocz SLI DDR2, and 4GB DDR2 ocz
Winvista 64-bit.
WD 500GB and WD 200GB
two,XFX 8600GT SLI.. I'll be buying a EVGA 9800GTX+ soon.
AMD phenom 9550, I'll be buying a phenom II when my birthday money comes by.

I would suggest not to buy XFX motherboards. Or at least not this one, it feels as if it's still in testing stage.
My motherboard is always reading d5, a memory error. Really there is no error, and XFX gives no support/suggestion as to why and says to leave it alone. Some of the SATA inputs do not work, or they work but sometimes don't.
In my experience SLI is not a good idea. I've had many problems with it, although this could be because of the mobo.
Problems like tearing while in game, only on resolutions higher then 800x600, nobody wants to game on 800x600 resolutions. :P

Anyway it was my second build, now I know more I'll be going for a better build in the next few years.

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 6:15 pm
by Bent_Pins
Current tablet:

HP TC1100
1GHz Pentium M
160GB HDD. Only 137GB recognized.
512MB DDR-333 RAM. Upgrading to 1/1.5/2GB soon. Depending on many factors.
Geforce 4 GO 32 MB.
Windows XP tablet edition/Ubuntu 9.04

Pretty simple, but it's got a touchscreen...and I can remove the keyboard too. Thing's pretty cool. Just wish they still made this design :\



"Main" Rig
Phenom II x3 720 Black Edition
Gigabyte GA-790XT-UD4P Motherboard
2x1GB Crucial "Value" DDR3. This stuff is rumored to have *really* good overclocking chips, same as some of the $300+ Cellshocks and Dominators. Hoping for 2GHz :)
Radeon HD4850 - Had this for maybe a year so far. Amazing card still :D Hit 710MHz core/1110 MHz (2.22GHz effective) memory. Hoping for 800 core with a voltmod.
500GB 7200.10 'Cuda hard drive. Only know the revision cause my rig is still sitting apart waiting for ram/cpu/mobo to arrive...Torture.
OCZ 600 watt StealthXStream
CoolerMaster CM690 <3
Monitor: 15" 1024x768 temporary, getting a 23" sammy soon. Whacked resolution too, something like 2048x1152
Windows 7/Vista (uninstalled atm)/Ubuntu 9.04

Originally had my eye on an i7 D0, but realized I'd be stuck with my 15" and virtually no pocket money, so I'm staying AMD for another round.


Also, first post...I've been mostly doing the missions :oops:

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2009 11:05 pm
by 1Darkmind
My custom build is;

Intel Q6600 <Overclocked to 3.2Ghz>
Asus Silent Square HSF <To keep the Q6600 from catching fire!!!>
Asus P5KPL-CM <mATX>
Asus Radeon 4650<512Mb GDDR5, Overclocked 712Mhz GPU Clock, 550Mhz Memory Clock>
Super Talent 2x2GB DDR2 800 <Installed custom Heat Spreaders for <"apparent"> lower temps
Asus DWR-2014 DVD+/-/R/RW
Generic 320w PSU <I know.... its rubbish, but it will do for now...>
Generic mATX Case
Microsoft Windows XP Pro SP3 ---->>> Getting replaced by my favorite Linux distro FEDORA!!!
This system was as cheep as chips to build, hence why I used the older 65NM Q6600/DDR2 as-apposed-to i7 920/DDR3

Re: Your Personal System

PostPosted: Sat Sep 05, 2009 8:30 am
by floronzel
Well what can I say I've got a PC with modifications made by me ;))

Originally my PC was like this:

Motherboard: NVidia GeForce 6100SM-M
CPU: AMD Sempron 3400+ (at 1.83 GHz)
VGA: On-Board
Sound Card: On-Board
HDD: Western Digital 80 Gb on IDE
A card-reader
Memory: 1 GB DDR2
OS: Linux Fedora Core 9

Now after putting some money in him he has the following configuration:

Motherboard: NVidia GeForce 6100SM-M
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5200+(2,7 GHz, ands it is from Brisbane)
VGA: NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT (with 512 MB 128 BIT DDR3)
Sound Card: On-Board
HDD: Western Digital 500 Gb on SATA
A card-reader
Memory: 2 GB DDR2
OS: Windows XP Sp3, but very soon I'll put on my PC Windows 7