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Postby Odinn » Wed Jun 14, 2006 12:45 pm

ginogsm wrote:
Odinn wrote:MBD: Intel X975XBX LKR
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo XE
RAM: Corsair 2x TWIN2X2048-8500C5 kit
HDD: WD 4x Raptor X 150GB SATA JBOD
WD 4x RE2 500GB SATA JBOD
ODD: Sony BD-ROM PATA
GPU: ATI 1x (R600) XTX CF Edition 512MB PCIe
ATI 1x (R600) XTX 512MB PCIe
ATI 1x FireGL V7350 1GB PCIe
PPU: ASUS 1x PhysX P1 Accelerator 128MB PCI
PSU: Custom built 1.2KW ATX 2.2 comliant

hm, yes :)


Hey Odinn , a few questions...

How much did it cost ?
How do you handle the three GPUs ?
What is a PPU ?
Does your CPU support Virtualization ? If so , have you enabled and been using it ?


MBD: 200
tasklist /fi status eq not responding
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Postby ginogsm » Wed Jun 14, 2006 1:06 pm

:roflmao: at the last answer and yes it does answer my question... :lol:
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Postby Vista_Guy » Sun Oct 08, 2006 12:02 pm

Intel Core Duo 2 Extreme Edition 2.93GHz
4GB of RAM
2.5TB HDD
2x Nvidia GeForce 7950's SLI 2GB
Dell 24inch Widescreen TFT Monitor 1920x1200 Rez
Blue Ray DVD Writer


:lol:
System:

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Processor @ 2.40GHz
1GB of Kingston DDR2 PC5300 667MHz RAM
ATI Radeon X1650 Pro 256MB GDDR3 PCI-E
Western Digital 160GB SATA HD
Seagate 80GB IDE HDD
Maxtor External 200GB HDD
NEC DVD-R/RW DL 16x IDE Writer
Realtek HD Audio
Belinea 1680x1050 Widescreen LCD Display
OS: Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition x86 (Dual Booting with Windows XP)
Windows Experience Index Rating: 4.5
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Postby blodger14 » Mon Oct 23, 2006 10:01 pm

http://www.voodoopc.com/system/quotekit ... uctID=1090

with the most expensive of everything except, the 32" screen (42" is just too big) and 1 of the hdd the 150GB 10K disk (i want a fast one to load up my games quick)

$21115.07 :D

or just the most expensive alienware pc.
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how about what you have not what you want

Postby fireman604 » Tue Oct 24, 2006 3:14 am

come on guys and gals stop dreaming and tell us what ya got.
Tyan dual opteron 244 hipoint 64 bit 1820 raid 4 gigs corsair 3200 ram tri booting xp pro raid xp 64 bit raid vista ultimate 64 RC2 not raid but on western dig raptor 37 gig all drives are raptors nx6700GS video plextor dvd burner dvd rom 7 in one card reader thermotake case. thats it more or less actually 11 hard drives and 750 power supply sync master 204T monitor
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Postby blodger14 » Sun Nov 05, 2006 12:42 pm

HP Pavilion Media centre :D

1 gig of ram, dunno what make or how fast
Pentium 4 with HT 3.0ghz
ASUS P5LP-LE
Gainward golden sample geforce 7900GT
rubbish video card
windows media centre
19" HP rubbish LCD screen
DVD-+RW, dual layer
160gb 7200RPM HDD

thats all i can think of atm
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Re: how about what you have not what you want

Postby Knight Rider » Sun Nov 05, 2006 3:43 pm

fireman604 wrote:come on guys and gals stop dreaming and tell us what ya got.
Tyan dual opteron 244 hipoint 64 bit 1820 raid 4 gigs corsair 3200 ram tri booting xp pro raid xp 64 bit raid vista ultimate 64 RC2 not raid but on western dig raptor 37 gig all drives are raptors nx6700GS video plextor dvd burner dvd rom 7 in one card reader thermotake case. thats it more or less actually 11 hard drives and 750 power supply sync master 204T monitor


Easy to say since your machine is what most peoples dream machine would be :shocked: :notworthy
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Re: how about what you have not what you want

Postby blodger14 » Sun Nov 05, 2006 9:50 pm

fireman604 wrote:come on guys and gals stop dreaming and tell us what ya got.


this is the DREAM MACHINE section isnt it?
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Postby raynich » Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:03 am

I got a 4600+ @2.8ghz (cooled with Scythe Infinity, idles at 30c)
EVGA 8800gts @ 650/1000 (stock cooled, idles about 60c)
2 gigs Corsair XMS
2 Seagate 250gig SATA in Raid 0
Enermax Liberty 500w Modular PSU
Creative Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS
Couple DVD Burners
A floppy drive :)
3 120mm Case fans (crazy air flow out the back)
1 120mm CPU Fan
1 90mm CPU Fan (the dual fans on the infinity really help)

What ya think?
I was gonna go core2, but I didn't want to buy 2 gigs of Ram again. Socket 939 btw.
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Postby raynich » Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:36 am

I got a 4600+ @2.8ghz (cooled with Scythe Infinity, idles at 30c)
EVGA 8800gts @ 650/1000 (stock cooled, idles about 60c)
2 gigs Corsair XMS
2 Seagate 250gig SATA in Raid 0
Enermax Liberty 500w Modular PSU
Creative Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS
Couple DVD Burners
A floppy drive :)
3 120mm Case fans (crazy air flow out the back)
1 120mm CPU Fan
1 90mm CPU Fan (the dual fans on the infinity really help)

What ya think?
I was gonna go core2, but I didn't want to buy 2 gigs of Ram again. Socket 939 btw.
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