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  • Genessee
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    Originally posted by schuyler


    please, please tell me you have those in RAID 0 or some form their of!!!!
    Only a sensible man would do that! And as most know, that's not me!

    Theres an additional 2 Maxtor UDMA133 controllers. This is my first motherboard that supports RAID or SATA, I will set it up though sometime soon. I'm not 100% sure how to implement it right now. When I have more time I'll read up on it.

    ACMan: I always like the Commador PET. The multi-coloured "THINKING!" screen was the highlight of grade2 computing.

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  • schuyler
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    Originally posted by Genessee
    A total of 1.1TB HD space (Over 8 drives)


    please, please tell me you have those in RAID 0 or some form their of!!!!

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  • ACman
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    Originally posted by PT737SWA
    Home: Apple II
    Work: Commodore 64

    Cant forget about the Amiga!

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  • Genessee
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    I have 2 P3 900's w/80gb HDs, 512MB ram that I use for testing scripts and programs for work, no monitors/keyboards/etc attached..one runs FreeBSD, the other Slackware Linux.

    Work computer that I use for end user type testing is a Dell Pentium 4 - 3.0 GHZ/512MB ram, 160gb HD, 17" Flat Panel Monitor. Running WinXP Home.

    My main computer is custom made, featuring:
    MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum motherboard
    AMD Athlon64 3500+ CPU
    2gb OCZ Platnium Revision 2 RAM Dual channel
    A total of 1.1TB HD space (Over 8 drives)
    A Cooler Master CMStacker case
    2 600W Enermax PSUs (just a little overkill!)
    1 Liteon DVD ROM
    1 Liteon CD-RW
    1 LG DVD-RW (I kept the CD-RW because the LG DVD writer doesn't do CDs so well)
    1 Floppy drive that doesn't match the colour of the case .. grr!
    ATI Radeon All in Wonder 9800 Pro
    Monitor sucks, saving up the money for a new one :|
    WinXP Pro

    Last 2 computers have Logitech wireless trackballs and keyboards.

    Edited; forgot Video card

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  • AEagle40
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    14 inch iBook G3. 900Mhz, 40 gig drive, 256 RAM, CD-RW/DVD ROM. Soon getting a 1.47Ghz Mac mini G4 with 512 RAM, 80 gig drive and Superdrive...for college

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  • Crism
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    Built it myself 2 years ago...

    P4 2.53GHz @ 3.0GHz
    1GB Corsair PC3200 RAM w/ TCCD Samsung Chips
    128MB Radeon 9800Pro
    240GB in Drives...2x 80GB on RAID 0 1x for storage
    16x48x DVD
    52x32x52 CD Burner (blazing fast )
    SB Audigy 2 w/ Creative 6.1 Speakers

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  • FlyingPhotog
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    Home: Apple II
    Work: Commodore 64

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  • fly1346
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    Originally posted by RingwaySam
    And you think it's gonna work with you building it!
    UUHH whats with your stank attitude Ringwaysam??? FYI, if it doesnt work the teacher would fix it

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  • Mat '64
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    AMD athlon 1800+
    60 GigaByte HArdrive Space
    ASUS Geforce 3 V8200 T2 Deluxe 64 mB
    256 mB RAM
    Normal CD player
    Brilliance 151AX Monitor (Philips)
    Windows 98 Second Edition.

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  • schuyler
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    im sorry jid, but amd has never made a 3ghz part... they have however made processors that run at a lower speed(ie 2 ghz) that oporate as fast as a 3ghz processor... depending on what they claimed it ran at they called it the XX00+(ie a 3.2 ghz part would be called a 3200+...)


    also, i dont think that ati ever made a 9800 pro pci express(not sure if any of the 9 series made it into pci express).... ah well, [/computer know it all mode]

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  • ACman
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    Dell 8400 @ 3.4GHz w/1GB DDR RAM w/ 128mb PCI Express ATI radeon 9800!

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  • RingwaySam
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    Originally posted by fly1346
    Dell Dimension 8200
    Now that I think of it Dells arent that good at all. Next year I get to take a class where I build my own pc!!
    And you think it's gonna work with you building it!

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  • fly1346
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    Dell Dimension 8200
    Now that I think of it Dells arent that good at all. Next year I get to take a class where I build my own pc!!

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  • uy707
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    None of my own at time of posting
    Alain

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  • PortColumbus
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    Notebook:

    Fujitsu Lifebook C-series
    1.6Ghz Mobile P4
    20GB HDD
    256MB RAM


    Desktop:

    Originally started as a 550Mhz Athlon IBM Aptiva, I throw a few hundred bucks into it every few years.

    Currently it's a 2.4Ghz P4, 1GB PC2700 RAM, 2 120GB HDDs, GeForce Ti4600.

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