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« Reply #50 on: 03 Jan 2005, 15:51 »

System:
Intel P4 3.0GHz HT
Intel 865GBF Motherboard
1024MB Dual Channel Kingston RAM (2x 512MB)
PowerColor Radeon 9550 256MB DDR
BenQ DW1610 Dual Layer DVD (Re)Writer
Generic DVD-ROM Drive
Samsung SyncMaster 710v 17" LCD-TFT
Western Digital 160GB IDE 7200RPM 8MB Buffer
iCute 0314TL-BB Case
iCute 350W Power Supply

Accesories and Peripherals:
MS Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2.0
iPod 20GB 4th Gen.
Sony Cybershot 4.1MP Camera
Intel Webcam
Audiovox CDM-8910
Lexmark X5250 All-In-One Printer
PCWorks 2.1 Speakers

It's a nice damn setup
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« Reply #51 on: 05 Jan 2005, 07:41 »

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you're joking, i thought i was bad running 98! i really should upgrade, one day i'll get around to it :P

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« Reply #52 on: 10 Jan 2005, 04:46 »

Processor:
AMD Athlon 64 FX-51
Mobo:
Asus SK8V
RAM:
1 GB Kingston Dual channel
Video:
ATI Radeon 9800 XT
Hard Drives:
Western Digital Raptor 36gb
Western Digital JD 250gb
Optical:
Plextor PX-708A
PlexWriter Premium (52x32x52)
Case:
Thermaltake.
Power Supply:
PC Power and Cooling 510 watt

Lovingly hand-built :), its name is Hajime
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« Reply #53 on: 10 Jan 2005, 06:44 »

I roll my own:

CPU/Mobo/RAM/Video:
AMD AthlonXP 2500+ @3200+ (God bless nForce2 and early Bartons with soft unlocking multipliers)
ASUS A7N8X Deluxe
2x512MB Corsair XMS PC2700 DDR
ATi Radeon 9800 Pro
Viewsonic 22" P225fb

Drives:
WD 80GB "SE" 7200rpm/8MB (system drive)
WD 120GB SATA 7200rpm/8MB (apps/configs storage)
WD 250GB SATA 7200rpm/8MB (media storage--almost full)
NEC ND-2510A (DVD-RW, 8x +-R/RW)
Lite-On 16x DVD-ROM
Lite-On 52x32x52x CD-RW
(All opticals are black-faced)

Other:
Lian-Li PC-6070 case (review)
Enermax EG465P-VE(FC) PSU (action shots of case and PSU)
Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro
Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0


I guess that's all I can really think of.  Anything else worth mentioning is probably on-board.
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Schmung

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« Reply #54 on: 10 Jan 2005, 07:31 »

XP2000
512mb
40gb Maxtor
120gb Seagate
GF4 ti4400

Poor things getting a bit old now, I have to keep cleaning out all the dust top stop the CPU getting too hot because the heatsink has become clogged with immovable dust. Rattly as well, though I can't discern whats causing it, all my fans are screwed on nice and tight.
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« Reply #55 on: 10 Jan 2005, 12:53 »

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...Rattly as well, though I can't discern whats causing it, all my fans are screwed on nice and tight.


Typically it is due to a fan either getting a flat spot in the bearing, or just too much dirt in the bearings wore it out and made it's spindle loose.  Find out which fan it is, and replace the fan before it fails.
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« Reply #56 on: 10 Jan 2005, 13:35 »

That would involve spending money..

I'm actually not entirely sure it's being caused by a fan either, doubtless it'll get to a point where it bugs me so much that I feel compelled to fix it, but untill then I'll just live with it.
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« Reply #57 on: 10 Jan 2005, 15:27 »

could possibly be a wire caught in a fan or your hdd not screwed in tight enough.  if its a fan, be glad, because thats about the cheapest part of a computer to replace, and go get some enermaxes :)
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« Reply #58 on: 10 Jan 2005, 20:16 »

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Apple G4 Cube.


Damn, you rule.

I got a new 15-inch powerbook G4 (1.5 ghz w/ superdrive and 1+1/4 gig ram) and a PC that runs halflife 2 pretty well in DX8 mode even though i have a (cheap crappy) DX9 card. 's all that really matters - all these numbers and things just make me want to buy more computer stuff that I don't need. Fuck all this tech stuff, its a marketing scam, I want my i286 back.
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« Reply #59 on: 11 Jan 2005, 09:19 »

Indeed.  most likely your machine has all 80mm fans in it... which (literally) go for about $3 in your local Computer store such as Best Buy or CompUSA or Fry's
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