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Oleg
post May 11 2003, 20:08
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What kind of PC do you have and how fast is it?
I have: Celeron 566MHz 64MB of RAM, 10GB HD.

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post May 12 2003, 15:46
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dual AMD MP2000+, 512MB DDR-SDRAM, 2 drives in RAID0, Creative SB Live!
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post May 12 2003, 16:55
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P3 800 MHz
QDI Advance 9 motherboard
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Creative CD 5233E CD-ROM
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Jan S.
post May 12 2003, 17:42
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Athlon XP2400+ (2,0 GHz)
QDI KuDoz 7E/33-A AMD T-bird
Apacer 256Mb DDR333-RAM

Seagate Barracuda, 120GB
Sound Blaster Audigy 2
MSI, Geforce 4 Ti4200

HP CD-Writer+ 8200a
AOpen 52x CD-ROM (CD-952E TKU)
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post May 12 2003, 18:14
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Primary:
AthlonXP 2100+
Asus A7V8X mobo
512Mb Samsung DDR400
80Gb Seagate Barracuda
LiteOn 16/48 DVD ROM
LiteOn 48246S 48x24x48 CD Rewriter
SB128PCI
ATI Radeon 128Mb 9000 Pro
19inch iiyama Vision Master Pro 450

Secondary:
Athlon 1GHz
Gigabyte GA-7ZX mobo
512Mb Crucial PC133
Promise Ultra 100 Controller (PCI)
60Gb IBM Deskstar
MSI 52x CD-ROM
SB128PCI
Gainward 64Mb GeForce 4 Ti4200
17inch NEC MultiSync XV17+

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post May 12 2003, 18:24
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Athlon XP 1600+ running @ 1100MHz with passive cooling
384MB RAM @ 100MHz
Geforce 4 Ti 4200
Soundblaster Audigy 2 Platinum
Seagate 80G, Quantum 17G
Toshiba 16x DVD
Ricoh 8x8x32x
Sony 19" FD-Trinitron E400


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post May 12 2003, 18:49
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CPU - AMD XP1900+ (@ 1600MHz)
RAM - 512Mb PC333 (2700)
HDD - 120Gb
GPU - GF4 ti4200

Plus it's completely silent !

3x 80mm Panaflo L1A with isolation mounts @ 7v
No CPU fan. Its been duct to 1 of the exhaust Panaflos
GPU heatpipe
motherboard fanless
hard drive Cuda V

SLK800 on its way sometime this week!!!

When the monitor and speakers are unplugged, I cannot tell the computer is on biggrin.gif

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DonP
post May 12 2003, 19:06
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QUOTE (JEN @ May 12 2003 - 12:49 PM)
When the monitor and speakers are unplugged, I cannot tell the computer is on biggrin.gif

With the monitor and speakers unplugged, it might as well not be, unless you run batch jobs
or serve data to other machines.


CPU - 2.53 GHz P4
mem 512 mb
disk 100 gb western digital
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post May 12 2003, 19:44
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QUOTE (DonP @ May 12 2003 - 07:06 PM)
QUOTE (JEN @ May 12 2003 - 12:49 PM)

When the monitor and speakers are unplugged, I cannot tell the computer is on biggrin.gif

With the monitor and speakers unplugged, it might as well not be, unless you run batch jobs
or serve data to other machines.


CPU - 2.53 GHz P4
mem 512 mb
disk 100 gb western digital

The thing is, as the computer is silent, I can hear the monitor and speakers buzzing, unless they are unplugged !!!
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Annuka
post May 12 2003, 20:23
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I think I might have too many computers:

Desktop:
- P4 2.4 GHz
- Intel board
- 512 MB PC2700 RAM
- 80 Gb cuda4
- Plextor IDE burner
- nVidia Quaddro Pro 4
- Samsung 19" TFT
- CMI 8738 sound card - dig out to Sony TA-E9000
- completely silent

Primary Server:
- P4 1.5 GHz
- Dell board
- 768 Mb PC133 RAM
- 4x cuda5 120 Gb in software raid5 (360 Gb storage)
- IBM 18 Gb SCSI disk
- Adaptec 2940U2W controller
- Amstrad 12" colour monitor from early 1980s
- No computer case - using shelf in cubboard

Backup Server:
- P3 700 MHz
- 384 Mb PC133 RAM
- Crappy Asus board with Via chipset
- Four assorted disks in raid0 - 380 Gb storage

Ripping Station:
- Dual P3-450
- 768 Mb PC100 RAM
- Asus board with Adaptec SCSI controller
- IBM SCSI disk
- Plextor 32TSI SCSI CD-ROM
- Plextor 40TSI SCSI CD-ROM
- Matrox MGA 400
- 19" Hitachi CRT
- Pretty quiet

Fully working computers lying in the closet doing nothing:
- Dual P2-400 with 1 Gb ram and 20 Gb disk.
- Dual P2-266 with 256 Gb ram and 4x 30 Gb disk space.
- Dual Celeron 400 with 256 Mbram and 4x 30 Gb disk space.
- P2-350 with 128 Mb ram and 3 Gb disk
- Pentium 200 with 128 Mb ram
- HP Jornada 16 Mb
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fewtch
post May 12 2003, 20:24
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AMD Athlon 1.2@1.2
Taisol CGK742092 HSF (stock fan)
Epox 8K7A Motherboard
256MB Crucial DDR@8-8-8-2-4-2.5-2
Cheapie case with Antec PP403X PSU
Seagate Barracuda ATA IV 60GB HD
ATI Radeon 7500 64MB DDR
17" Iiyama Vision Master Pro 410 Diamondtron
3COM Etherlink 3C905C-TX+RCA Cable Modem
SB PCI128 Digital (the 'good kind' w/Ensoniq chip) + Altec Lansing ACS45.1 sp.
Toshiba SD-M1612 DVD-ROM
Plextor 24/10/40A CD-RW

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wynlyndd
post May 12 2003, 20:47
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3 machines:

p3 733Mhz
512MB of Mushkin Memory
60GB HD
Geforce4 Ti4200
some abit board
stock hsf
supermicro 760a case
soundblaster live
creative 12X dvd-rom
plextor 12/10/32
21" Sony Trinitron FD I think the model is GD520P
APC UPS 650

compaq laptop armada e500 with 512mb ram 20gb hard drive


new machine:
P4c 3.0Ghz /800Mhz FSB
Abit IC7-G
1GB of Corsair PC3500C2
stock HSF for the moment
Antec AMG1000Plus
480W Antec Truepower
Geforce4 Ti4200 (going to steal from first machine)
SoundBlaster Audigy 2
Plextor Platinum 52/32/52
30gb maxtor until the 120 SATA Maxtor comes out.
21" Sony Trinitron FD I think the model is GD520P (shared with first machine due to dual inputs)
APC UPS 650Pro

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DonP
post May 12 2003, 20:53
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QUOTE (JEN @ May 12 2003 - 01:44 PM)
The thing is, as the computer is silent, I can hear the monitor and speakers buzzing, unless they are unplugged !!!

My speakers used to buzz. They got their 12 volts from the computer. When I switched them to a separate
power supply (GE regulated wall wart supply) the buzz stopped. watch out for dirty power!

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TwoJ
post May 13 2003, 07:26
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Primary machine

AMD 2400+ (2.0Ghz)
PAL 8045 HS
ASUS a7n8x deluxe MB
Onboard audio (Realtek ALC650 6 Channel out)
Logitech Z-640 6 piece speakers
Corsair 2X256 DDR 400Mhz
Antec 550W
Adaptec 29160 SCSI controller
ATI AIW 128 pro
Samsung 19"
APC 650 UPC
Cheap server case

UltrapleX wide (SCSI CD-ROM)
Lite-On 40/12/48
Lite-On 16X DVD

Quantum 18GB 10KII SCSI
1 X 60GB IBM
8 X 120GB WD

Had on a 48dB 5k Delta fan and had to take it off because it sounded like i was in a plane waiting to get airborn >_<
switched to a 32dB toshiba fluid bearing fan and leave the case open.

its pretty quite when there's a power failure rolleyes.gif

figure its time to go to water-cooling or get the new WD360 10k IDE drive, choices, choices
its interesting to see everyones choices/setups
even if they are a bit wierd about wanting silent computers unsure.gif

other machines, like old girlfriends, best not talked about wink.gif
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Megaman
post May 13 2003, 08:06
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PentiumIIIE 667MHz (FCPGA)
Soyo Mainboard (6VBA133 I think , w/ the infamous VIA chipset headbang.gif )
128MB 133MHz SDRAM
Samsung SyncMaster 3Ne
3COM USR 56K Voice Faxmodem (ISA)
SB32PNP (ISA)
Sis PCI Video Card 8MB :x
Quantum Bigfoot 1.2GB HDD (yes , 1.2GB >_<)
Bigger , newer Samsung HDD died a few months ago :'( lasted less than 3 years.
Sony Spressa Professional 12/8/32 CDRW Drive (CRX160EA1) wub.gif (exclusively RW right now)

A few components are from an old PC I bought in '96.

Any donations? Annuka maybe? They're just lying in the closet doing nothing anyway biggrin.gif


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post May 13 2003, 09:50
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Athlon XP 1700+ @ 2400+ (1466 to 2000 (11x182) real frequency possible, now runs at default with fan undervolted to 7V to cut noise)
Asus A7V333 mainboard
2xKingmax PC3200 256MB = 512MB
2xMaxtor DiamondPLus 9 - 80GB = 160GB
TEAC 24x CDRW
M-audio Delta 410 soundcard
21" Mitshubishi monitor
TV Tuner card (cheap BT878 model w/remote)
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manni
post May 13 2003, 15:21
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AMD Duron 1.3 GHz
Soltek SL-75KAV mainboard
512 MB RAM
Samsung V60 120 GB HDD
Sony 12/8/32 CD-RW (CRX160E) and Sony 52x CD-ROM (CDU5211)
ATI Radeon 7500
Samsung 959NF 19" CRT
SB AWE64 Gold

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post May 13 2003, 16:19
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Majority HA users are using fast CPUs?
I thought only gamers need that fast?
Guess mine is too old..............................

Hey Megaman...Please don't forget me, I need donations too, HDD space

Pentium 4W 1400 MHz L2 : 256kB ECC synchronus ATC
Infamous Shuttle Mainboard (infamous Intel 82850 chipset )
256MB PC 800 RDRAM ( 2 pcs 64 mb samsung, 2 pcs 64 mb nec) <--am i crazy?
17" Philips 107T2
56K Voice Faxmodem
SBPCI 128
Unknown Geforce 2 MX 100/200 64 MB
20MB HDD Western Digital model: WDC WD200EB-11CSF0


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SB PCI128 Digital (the 'good kind' w/Ensoniq chip)


Just installed SiSoftware Sandra 2003

Device: Creative (Was: Ensoniq) Creative Sound Blaster AudioPCI64V, Audio PCI 128
OEM Device Name : Creative (Was: Ensoniq) ES1371, ES1373 AudioPCI

Is my creative a 'good kind' ensoniq, fewtch...? thanks

Edited directly from Megaman's post. rolleyes.gif

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post May 13 2003, 18:08
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AMD Duron 700 MHz
192M SDRAM (32M for on-board video sad.gif )

Western Digital Caviar 32500 - 2.5G HDD
Fujitsu MPB3040 ATU - 4G HDD
Quantum Pioneer SG - 2.1G HDD

Buffalo IFC-USP SCSI card (PCI)
2 "I-O Data" HDVS 2x2G external SCSI HDDs
Buffalo 2x1x6x external SCSI CDR writer (not using anymore...)

Toshiba 8x CDROM drive
LG 24x10x40x CDR Writer

onboard Soundcard
580W P.M.P.O. Shadow XX-117AA 2.1 Channel speakers (yes, I'm not an audiophile...)
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post May 13 2003, 19:07
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Pentium 4 1.8 Ghz
256MB RAM
GeForce 3 Ti 200 64MB AGP
SB Live! Value
Lite-On LTD-163 DVD-ROM
Lite-On LTR 24102M CD-RW
75GB HD

blah blah blah...


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post May 13 2003, 20:08
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PIII 500Mhz :x
256MB Ram
NVidia GeForce V7100 32MB
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DZello
post May 13 2003, 21:13
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[Primary] Running Gentoo (GNU/Linux)
Athlon T-bird 1200 mhz
Asus A7V133 + raid motherboard
Enermax 350 watts double fan power supply
512MB SDRAM PC133
MSI Geforce 2 MX 32 MB AGP
Sound Blaster Live! [using rear output and ressample to 48 khz]
Klipsch Promedia 2.1 speakers [I love them]
HD Maxtor DiamondMax8 40 GB 7200 rpm
HD Maxtor D740X 40 GB 7200 rpm
Asus 50x Cdrom drive
HP CDRW 9100 8/4/32
Samsung SyncMaster 700NF monitor [with Mitsubishi DiamondTron Aperture Grill tube]
3COM 10 mbits ethernet PCI card [old and made in USA! lol]

[Secondary] (webserver & for fun) Running uLinux
Digital Dec 425sx LP
486 DX 75 mhz
16 mb RAM
HD Quantum 105 mb

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post May 13 2003, 22:03
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Looks like my PC is the slowest.
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post May 13 2003, 22:35
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Primary and ONLY PC laugh.gif
AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz
512 MB DDR 2100
HDD0 WD 40 GB
HDD1 IBM 60 GB
HDD2 (Backup) IBM 60 GB. It had a pin in it that got pushed in (pushed it back out and seams to work), so I am only putting it online rarley and just to create a backup of HDD1 (Mostly music files)

GeForce3
SB Live 5.1
Pioneer DVD-106
Yamaha CRW2100E
Epox Motherboard (EP-8K7A+) with the VIA chipset

I am a serious gamer, so I know, I need a new PC biggrin.gif . I will get one ASA I get a job tongue.gif laugh.gif . BTW, I just graduated from college (ie university). The job market sucks so bad... headbang.gif

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post May 14 2003, 02:09
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P2 - 266 Mhz
Intel 440LX Motherboard (66 Mhz bus)
160 MB PC100 SDRAM (system bus limits it to 66 Mhz)
8.4 GB HD

Voodoo 3 3500 TV w/16 MB RAM
Sound Blaster AWE64 Value (ISA)
HP CD-Writer+ 9100 8/4/32
USR 56k Voice/Fax Modem (ISA)

Jealous? laugh.gif
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