What computer do you have?

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agoodwriter

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Hello!

What computer do you have?

Details of my computer:
HP PAVILION P6-2083SC

NVIDIA GeForce GT 530, Intel® Core™ i7-2600, 8 Gt:n DDR3(2 x 4 Gt).

;)
 


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pane-free

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This is what inxi is for -- you saw specs for one in the thread I started and only you responded to, so far -- this is another (and there are more as putting mATX mobos in old cases is a hobby I enjoy):


[email protected] ~ $ inxi -F
System: Host mcgee Kernel 2.6.38-13-generic-pae i686 (32 bit) Distro Peppermint
CPU: Single core AMD Sempron 145 (-UP-) cache 1024 KB flags (lm nx sse sse2 sse3 sse4a svm) bmips 5598.99 clocked at 800.00 MHz
Graphics: Card nVidia G73 [GeForce 7600 GS] X.Org 1.10.1 Res: [email protected]
GLX Renderer GeForce 7600 GS/PCI/SSE2/3DNOW! GLX Version 2.1.2 NVIDIA 270.41.06 Direct Rendering Yes
Audio: Card ATI SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA) driver HDA Intel BusID: 00:14.2
Sound: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture Version 1.0.23
Network: Card Realtek RTL8111/8168B PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller driver r8169 v: 2.3LK-NAPI at port e800 BusID: 02:00.0
Disks: HDD Total Size: 30.1GB (8.7% used) 1: /dev/sda SAMSUNG_SV3002H 30.1GB
Partition: ID:/ size: 7.2G used: 2.3G (33%) fs: ext4 ID:/home size: 18G used: 218M (2%) fs: ext4
ID:swap-1 size: 0.81GB used: 0.00GB (0%) fs: swap
Info: Processes 115 Uptime 1:52 Memory 282.5/4023.5MB Runlevel 2 Client Shell inxi 1.4.23

BTW, I'm not following you around, it's just that yours are the more interesting newer posts today!
 
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icebirdro

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I bought this PC in 2007 mainly for gaming but now I only use it to watch movies and browse the internet. I changed the case, GPU, etc. in the years that have passed since then.

CPU: Intel E8400 @ 3.0 GHz
GPU: msi GTS450 CYCLONE OC
mobo: MSI P35 Neo2-FR
Case: Antec 300
HDD: 640GB WD
RAM: 2x2GB A-Data Extreme Edition

And that's about it, now I want to buy a small netbook or something so I could just do my work, my gaming years have passed.
 
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Remp

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Well, I've recently got my new build:

Case: Bittfenix Shinobi
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-P67
CPU: Intel i5 3,3GHZ 4 core 2500K
GPU: Sapphire HD 6870
HDD: WD 7200RPM 500GB, Maxtor 5400RPM 160GB
RAM: 2x4GB DDR3 1333Mhz Kingmax
 
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Renzaku

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Just used EVEREST to generate my specs. Missing a couple things. I don't really know the exact model of my PSU and MOBO, but my PSU is 500W. Didn't bother over clocking it either.
Case: Coolermaster CM 690 II Basic ATX Mid Tower Case Black

 
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DaReaper

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Here's what i've got of mine :

HP Pavillion DV5 1235EE
CPU : AMD Turion X2 Ultra 64 - Dual Core
GPU : ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650
RAM : 2x2GB(4GB)
HDD : 500GB Toshiba ATA device
 
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Godric

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Goodness. I think I have the weakest computer here. lol.

Anycase, mine is:

CPU: Inter Celeron E3200
GPU: Nvidia GeForce G100
Ram: 2GB
HDD: 148GB

I know its weak but I'm still posting for the fun of it. I'm thinking of getting a new one. Now that I think about it.
 
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spiderman

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I'm planning to build my own PC using these specs:

Processor: Intel Core i7
Ram: 8gb
Video Card: I prefer an ATI card but I haven't decided which one because I don't have the funds yet
HDD: 1TB
Monitor: 22"

This will be used for mostly gaming.
 
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psufootball

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I have an Inspiron 620 for my desktop (running Windows, for gaming) and an Inspiron 1545 laptop with Linux.
 
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linbgs

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I have the World's Crappiest Computer Ever. Just Kidding. Its an Acer Laptop 5180 I think. Very funny computer. I thought my touchpad was completely dead until I looked on a forum which told me about the little hand button in the middle of the laptop :rolleyes:. Very tricky Acer...very tricky.
 
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scotty

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At Work I have a Dell Optiplex 990, at home I have lenovo think pad. I cannot remember the specs, but they are both running i-7 quad processors with about 4gb of ram each.
 
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KenJackson

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I have the same computer cases I've had for many years, but every three or four years I replace what's inside.

Upstairs:
CPU: Quad core Intel Core i7 CPU 920, 1.6GHz
Motherboard: Intel model: DX58SO, RAM: 6GB
Graphics: ATI RV620 LE [Radeon HD 3450]
OS: Fedora 16

Downstairs:
CPU: Dual core Intel Atom CPU D510, 1.67GHz
Motherboard: Intel model: D510MO, RAM: 4GB
Graphics: Intel N10 Family Integrated Graphics Controller
OS: Arch Linux
 
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jschuhr

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I'm looking to upgrade soon but here's the current rig:

(64 bit) Desktop: Xfce 4.8.3 Distro: Xubuntu 11.10 oneiric
CPU: Dual core Intel Pentium Dual CPU T2330, 1.6GHz
RAM: 2GB
Graphics card: Intel Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller
Drives: HDD Total Size: 160.0GB (2.6% used)
 
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dogma68

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I have one that works lol kidding aside, my cpu is just core 2 duo so yeah, VC is GeForce GT 9800, Mobo is gigabyte... its crappy considering the fact I spend most of my time playing MMO's
 
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Stefano Messicano

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Custom built, high performance, software development machine: i7-3930K 6-core processor at 3.2 GHz (boost to 3.8), 18 GB RAM, 4TB hard disk space, Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 2GB GDDR5 GPU, water cooling system, triple monitor setup. I'm also running a highly customized version of Arch Linux on one hard disk and a highly customized version of FreeBSD 8.2 on the other...I don't do Windows for software development; I wrote my own drivers and everything for all my hardware as well.
 
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DaReaper

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I have a Desktop PC - Acer With 1GB of RAM and 80 GB of HDD space.

And my Laptop - HP Pavilion DV5 1235EE - with 4G RAM and 500 GB of HDD space.
 
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AnonaMoss

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I have three computers, but I really want a Mac. I have an Acer desktop and two Dell laptops.
 
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animaguy

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Let's face it.

Bragging about your prized computer setup is the guilty joy of a Linux user.

I have three computers.

An Inspiron 1405 laptop that runs xubuntu 12.04 32 bit.

A CQ60 laptop that runs xubuntu 12.04 64 bit

And a Custom built Desktop with a Gigabyte Motherboard that runs Ubuntu Studio 12.04 64 bit.

There is no shame in being proud of your gear. :p

Sent from my HTC Status using Tapatalk 2
 
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JimBobIII

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Right now my main machine is a Hannspree SN12E2 sub-notebook. The specs are close to the same as the first build of Alienware's smallest notebooks, the M11x, only without dedicated video memory, with only the onboard Intel 4500MHD to power it.

12.1" 1366x768 screen
Intel Pentium Dual Core SU7300 (1.30Ghz, ULV)
4GB DDR3-1066 RAM (upgraded from DOA stock 2GB)
320GB 7200RPM Hitachi HDD (upgraded from 320GB 5400RPM WD)
3x USB 2.0, 1x HDMI-out, 1x VGA-out, SD Reader, integrated Bluetooth 2.1+EDR

Not enough power to do any real gaming, but it runs the Torchlight II beta just fine, and with some tweaking I can milk 30+ FPS out of it in Team Fortress 2.
 


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