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Postby DRAGON OF DARKNESS » Mon Dec 04, 2006 3:55 pm

I got my XPS m1710, and im happy with that:

Intel Core Duo 2.0 Ghz
2 GB DDR2 667 Mhz RAM
Nvidia 7900 GTX 512 MB
17" Widescreen
DVDRW DL
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Postby NT50 » Sun Dec 10, 2006 2:50 pm

It is hard to believe this thread has lastest 2 years. I went and looked at some of the orginal post and the dream machines are slow compared to now. Technology is AMAZING
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Postby blodger14 » Sun Dec 10, 2006 8:47 pm

i'd like a processor 200% more efficient than the core 2 duo that runs at 5 terrahertz with 800MB cache
8x Geforce 9999GTX in SLI PCI-E x100
200gb ram at 1 terahert running at 0.1 volts
2x 200 terabytes HDD with 1GB cache at 200,000RPM
10.5 surround (5 subs and 10 speakers)
a 50" flat screen plasma at a resolution of 16,000,000x9,000,000


heheh beat that
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Postby SmokeYou » Mon Dec 11, 2006 5:11 am

my dream machine woulde be the folling

Case: lian li v1000
MoBo: Asus M2N32 WS Professional w/ ai smart over clocking
Fans: 3x case fans clear black 1x liquid cooling for the cpu
Video: 2x sli nvidia (the best one)
HD: 4x 750 gb Sata 3gb
Mem: 6gb ddr2
Cpu: Amd x2 4500+ OVER CLOCKED
Screen: 62" LCD or Plasma
PSU: 1000 WATT Generic for a cheaper price
and i know in 3 years im gonna be looking at this post laghing like i was yesterday looking at my prehistoric 386 laptop
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Postby SmokeYou » Mon Dec 11, 2006 5:59 am

i just have to say 257 posts, 26 pages long and counting. it goes to show that a lot of people have great imagination's and dreams
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Postby NT50 » Mon Dec 11, 2006 12:54 pm

Hard drives.... I do not even want hard drives. I want a terabite on a ROM/RAM chips. Can you imagine the boot time if your storage and OS was on something similar to RAM chips. No hard drive, no spin time/access time.

Or At least put the OS on a ROM chip, programs on a ROM/RAM and data storage on HD.

Plus is the OS was on a ROM chip and could not be changed without flashing then you would not have to worry about viri and spyware as much. :)

Just an idea
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Postby weazzle » Mon Dec 11, 2006 4:01 pm

My ideal computer would never have to be rebooted, it would always be running in a stable condition, and never experience memory leaks. The battery could last all night, then it would be powered and the battery recharged by solar energy during the day. The storage would all be random access memory of some type. And there should be enough storage so I never have to know the amount because I know it would never run out. Basically there would be no separation between the system components. The entire computer would be a collection of intelligent storage, much like the neurons in the human brain. No CPU, GPU, RAM, HDD, MOBO. Just a giant collection of "synthetic neurons" that work together as a whole to accomplish any task you ask of it. To upgrade, simply feed more knowledge to the system, and inject it with "synthetic protein" ;)

Beat that!
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Postby NT50 » Mon Dec 11, 2006 10:26 pm

Dang Weazzle, ya da man lolol..... Beats my idea hands down.
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Postby Curtybob » Mon Dec 11, 2006 11:08 pm

NT50 wrote:Hard drives.... I do not even want hard drives. I want a terabite on a ROM/RAM chips. Can you imagine the boot time if your storage and OS was on something similar to RAM chips. No hard drive, no spin time/access time.



Thay actually have PCI card based "drives" that use up to 4x 1GB sticks of DDR400 RAM. I think there was limitations other than hardware on what it could do though. That would be expensive now, considering that almost everybody is running short on DDR chips, and DDR memory is sky high. But it might be fun to play with...

But, back OT, my dream rig would be the one I have now, but with the side panels done so I could quit digging in there and playing with stuff. I'd just like to call it done, finally. :lol:

DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLIDr eXpert motherboard
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (with the heat spreader removed)
2 GBs of RAM
3x WD2500KS drives (7200rpm, 16MB cache) in RAID 0
2x 80GB WD caviar (7200RPM, 8MB cache) in RAID 0 for page file and work
2x eVGA 7800GT in SLI
700 watt FSP Epsilon PSU with quad 12V rails
my modded computer case w/ hoodscoopage
my watercooling system, all Danger Den except for the heatercore radiator.

I've booted this mama at 2.9GHz after I took off the IHS, but it sure didn't like it. Right now, I'm feeling out this replacement RAM to see what it's worth. Not much, I'm afraid, but it does run a lot more solid that my old DDR600 sticks. But, there isn't one part in this computer that hasn't been warranty violated and modded my my fat little fingers... except for the RAM :lol:
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Postby blodger14 » Tue Dec 12, 2006 7:52 pm

looks like u win...
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