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  1. #211
    Gamma Nuklear is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    [Your PC Specs]
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    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.00GHz (Stock)
    GPU #1: NVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS @ Stock
    Motherboard: Intel DP35DP (J1PR)
    Memory: 6.0GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 399MHz
    Hard Drive #1: Western Digital 80GB WDC WD800BB-75CAA0 ATA Device (IDE)
    Hard Drive #2: Western Digital 1TB WDC WD10EADS-00M2B0 ATA Device (IDE)
    Hard Drive #3: Unknown 500GB (IDE)
    Optical #1: ATAPI iHOS104 (DVD-ROM BD-R) Black (Blu-Ray Reader)
    Optical #2: Unknown DVD-RW (LiteScribe Enabled) Black (Unplugged due to insufficient power cables)
    Optical #3: Unknown DVD-RW Black (Unplugged due to same reason as above)
    Floppy: (removed, waste of space and power)
    Case: Unknown (Black)
    Monitor #1: Dell LCD Monitor (Unknown Size)
    Monitor #2: Westinghouse 42.6" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV
    Accessories: Desktop Microphone, Fan Controller, Neon Lights, etc.
    I will eventually update this list, filling in the missing info.

    Strictly built for programming and high definition media (I don't even play games anymore). I have an unlimited rental membership at Blockbuster and regularly get 2-4 Blu-ray movies a week and rip them to my PC.

    My speakers are just normal Dell speakers. Soon, I'll get a home theater sound system set up to complement the 42.6" HDTV.

    The video card is crappy because I took it from my old Dell PC in order to save money. I plan to buy a decent video card for decent 1080p playback soon.

    Also, gotta buy another fan to cool down the hard drive bay. The massive storage is necessary because I download and rip a lot of Blu-Ray movies and HD shows. I also burn DVD's and sell them to my friends and people. =P (Hence the multiple DVD drives)

    Any feedback and suggestions?
    Last edited by Nuklear; 24-02-10 at 10:41 PM.

  2. #212
    pork pork Parker is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    What's with all the IDE HDDs, wouldn't SATA2 drives be better suited for what you're doing [I'm guessing] you move a lot of 1GB+ files around?

    What PSU you got?



  3. #213
    Gamma Nuklear is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Actually, that's kinda weird because I used a SATA cable to hook up the 1TB drive (and the BD-ROM drive) to the motherboard. My computer said it was using IDE. o_O Only one of them (the 80GB) are using the IDE cable because it was taken from a 10 year old computer.

    What the hell is wrong with it? Is it because the 1TB drive is a dynamic drive?

  4. #214
    pork pork Parker is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    I'm not an avid PC tech so correct me if I'm wrong but IDE (PATA or w/e) runs at 133MB/second, SATA1 which runs at 1.5gb/second and SATA2 is 3gb/second.

    But if it's just Windows reporting incorrectly then I guess don't worry about it [if it's running at the right speeds) I think it really only matters with bigger files hence using SATA drives for storage of the medis with - I'd assume it would be faster to burn a movie that's stored on the SATA HDD because of the read speed, and the write speed would rely on the ODD I would assume (probably Rish could offer better advice lol).



  5. #215
    Gamma Nuklear is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Actually, it takes about 5 minutes to transfer a 4GB movie file from a partition to another partition on the same drive going at around 100 MB/s. I think there's something wrong.

  6. #216
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Quote Originally Posted by Rishwin View Post
    Bout time i updated mine...

    GPU: Sapphire 5850
    GPU Cooling : OEM Sapphire
    Sapphire reference cooler? or TOXIC or Vapour-X?

  7. #217
    Captain of the Universe Rishwin is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Quote Originally Posted by yjlasher22 View Post
    Sapphire reference cooler? or TOXIC or Vapour-X?
    Just a regular Sapphire OEM cooler lol, but my case can sufficiently keep it below 55 degrees on full load, so i'm doing pretty well.

  8. #218
    Account Inactive zssiz is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    CPU: intel I7-920 @ 3.1Ghz
    GPU #1: ATI Radeon 5870 @ 850 MHz/4800 MHz
    GPU #2: ATI Radeon 5870 @ 850 MHz/4800 MHz
    Motherboard: Asus P6T SE
    Memory: A-Data XPG G Series 1500Mhz 16Gb
    Hard Drive #1: intel 80Gb Write @ 250Mb/s SSD
    Hard Drive #2: OCZ 1TB Write @ 480Mb/s SSD-PCI-E
    Sound Card: Integrated
    Optical #1: Samsung Bluray Blue(?)
    CPU Cooling: CORSAIR CWCH50
    GPU Cooling #1: ATI 2DIS
    GPU Cooling #2: ATI 2DIS
    Case: Corsair Obsidian 800D Black
    Power Supply: Power Supply 850W TX Silent PSU ATX 2.2
    Monitor #1: Asus 24" LCD
    Monitor #2: Asus 24" LCD
    Speakers: http://www.bang-olufsen.com/beoliving
    Accessories: w/e

  9. #219
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    CPU: Intel i7 950 @ 3.88ghz
    GPU #1: PNY GTS 250 @ stock
    GPU #2: EVGA GTS 250 @ stock
    Motherboard: EVGA x58 SLI LE
    Memory: OCZ 1333mhz 6gb (oc'd to about 1450mhz)
    Hard Drive #1: Western Digital 1tb 7200rpm SATA
    Hard Drive #2: N/A
    Sound Card: Integrated?
    Floopy: N/A
    CPU Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper N520
    GPU Cooling #1: Stock
    GPU Cooling #2: Stock
    Case: Cooler Master HAF 922 Black
    Power Supply: Corsair TX750 750w?
    Monitor #1: HP 22" LCD
    Monitor #2: N/A
    Speakers: N/A
    Accessories: Microsoft Keyboard/Mouse

  10. #220
    Account Inactive luchs is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    It's Mine~

    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 @ 2333 mhz
    GPU #1: Sparkle GeForce 9500GT 1GB 512MB
    Motherboard: ECS P35T-A
    Memory: V-Gen DDR2-533 4GB
    Hard Drive #1: WDC 500gb SATA2
    Sound Card: on Board
    Optical #1: LG DVD-RW Black
    Optical #2: Asus Quietrack 16X DVD-ROM
    Floopy: None
    Case: Simbadda E-500 435W 3 x 12" Fan
    Monitor #1: Acer AL1717 17" LCD
    Speakers: Simbadda CST 6800 + Remote
    Accessories #1: Logitech G1 Gaming Desktop (Keyboard + Mouse)
    Accessories #2: Logitech v450 Mouse Cordless
    Accessories #3: Logitech Rumblepad v2
    Accessories #4: Logitech QuickCam E3500 Plus
    Modem : TP-Link ADSL 2.0+ Router

    Last edited by luchs; 15-03-10 at 07:02 AM.

  11. #221
    Account Inactive tongerks is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    CPU: Intel core i7 980X @ stock
    GPU #1: Nvidia GTX 480
    GPU #2: Nvidia GTX 295
    Motherboard: EVGA SLI CLASSIFIED
    Memory: CORSAIR DOMINATOR GT 2000mhz 6gb
    Hard Drive #1: INTEL SSD 160gb
    Hard Drive #2: WESTERN DIGITAL BLACK 1tb 7200rpm
    Sound Card: Creative SB X-Fi Xtreme Gamer Fatal1ty Champion Series
    CPU Cooling: Prolimatech MEGASHADOW
    GPU Cooling #1: Stock
    Case: Coolermaster 692+
    Power Supply: CORSAIR HX850 modular
    Monitor #1: LG w2353v
    Speakers: Altec Lansing VS4241
    Accessories:
    8x120mm Coolermaster fan green LED 90cmf
    Aerocool V12XT LCD Fan Controller w/ Temp Sensor
    Logitech g19 keyboard
    Silverstone raven mouse
    Razer Megasoma Professional Gaming Mouse Mat

  12. #222
    win CioNide is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Quote Originally Posted by tongerks View Post
    CPU: Intel core i7 980X @ stock
    GPU #1: Nvidia GTX 480
    GPU #2: Nvidia GTX 295
    Motherboard: EVGA SLI CLASSIFIED
    Memory: CORSAIR DOMINATOR GT 2000mhz 6gb
    Hard Drive #1: INTEL SSD 160gb
    Hard Drive #2: WESTERN DIGITAL BLACK 1tb 7200rpm
    Sound Card: Creative SB X-Fi Xtreme Gamer Fatal1ty Champion Series
    CPU Cooling: Prolimatech MEGASHADOW
    GPU Cooling #1: Stock
    Case: Coolermaster 692+
    Power Supply: CORSAIR HX850 modular
    Monitor #1: LG w2353v
    Speakers: Altec Lansing VS4241
    Accessories:
    8x120mm Coolermaster fan green LED 90cmf
    Aerocool V12XT LCD Fan Controller w/ Temp Sensor
    Logitech g19 keyboard
    Silverstone raven mouse
    Razer Megasoma Professional Gaming Mouse Mat
    Why would you use an i7 for gaming?
    Unless you don't game?

    AMD ALL THE WAY!
    :d

  13. #223
    Account Inactive Karnage is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Quote Originally Posted by CioNide View Post
    Why would you use an i7 for gaming?
    Unless you don't game?

    AMD ALL THE WAY!
    What?

    i7 is far better than any amd... any benchmark will tell you that. You will never see a amd in a top-end pc which that guys pc deffinalty is. The top phenom II is like £200....
    Last edited by Karnage; 01-06-10 at 11:24 PM.

  14. #224
    [V for Life] danger-bk is offline
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    note Re: [Your PC Specs]

    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 7750 Black Edition, 2.7 GHZ
    GPU #1: Sapphire Ati Radeon 4670, 1GB DDR3
    Motherboard: ELITEGROUP A740GM-M
    Memory: 2x Kingstone 2GB DDR2, 800 MHZ
    Hard Drive #1: Seagate 250GB, S-ATAII, 7200 RPM
    Optical #1: LG DVD-RW (Black)
    Optical #2: Polaroid CD-Rom (White)
    CPU Cooling: AMD Stock
    GPU Cooling #1: Sapphire Stock
    Case: Multimedia Computer System (Black, no idea what model)
    Monitor #1: Belinea 19" with integrated speakers (No idea what model)
    Speakers: MYRIA MY-520 5.1
    Accessories: Custom Made mouse pad (with Photoshop), LG Mouse with 800 DPI, Genius headset (used for skype and cooperative gameplay)

    It's a budget pc ;(

    By the way, nice PCs around here... regards!
    Last edited by danger-bk; 19-06-10 at 05:33 PM.

  15. #225
    Old Man Storm Watch is offline
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    Re: [Your PC Specs]

    Operating System
    MS Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit SP2
    CPU
    Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.67GHz 64 °C
    Bloomfield 45nm Technology
    RAM
    9.0GB Triple-Channel DDR3 @ 583MHz 8-8-8-20
    Motherboard
    ASUSTeK Computer INC. CG5290 (LGA1366)
    Graphics
    NS-L19Q-10A @ 1024x768
    896MB GeForce GTX 260 (ASUStek Computer Inc) 61 °C
    Hard Drives
    976.76GB Hitachi Hitachi HDT721010SLA360 ATA Device (IDE) 47 °C
    Optical Drives
    HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH40N ATA Device
    Audio
    SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio



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