Gamers, State your system specs and OS(s)

Discussion in 'Games' started by Long, Jan 1, 2002.

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  1. Darth_Simpson Force Ghost

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    May 7, 2000
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    -AMD 1.33GHz T-bird
    -512MB PC2100 DDR RAM
    -Gainward GeForce 3
    -60GB IBM Deskstar 60GXP HD
    -Asus A7M266 motherboard
    -16x Pioneer slot loading DVD ROM drive
    -3COM NIC
    -Herculs FortissimoII Sound Card
    -Win 98
  2. SithForceLord Jedi Grand Master

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    Jul 2, 2001
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    all this nonesense is just like the "Gamers secret code thread" to me! :p :D
  3. Senator_Elegos_A-Kla Jedi Grand Master

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    Jan 18, 2001
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    It looks like my comp takes the title "Most out of date Gaming machine in the Games Forum" or something to that respect :p
  4. JediMaster22 Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 15, 1999
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    Mine isn't that better, either, really.
    PIII 933MHZ is not P4 1.5, nor is it Athlon in the 1Ghz scale. I am ashamed :p

    Anyway, honestly... I am trying to communicate better with people this year. Peace ;)
  5. Long Jedi Knight

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    Feb 11, 2001
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    I have 2 166's here with 32 megs of ram and 64 megs of ram with s3 virge's(WORST CARD EVER) and one has a diamond monster card(first voodoo card heh).

    Out of date yes... fun to use some days.


    also a 486 DX 33 for wingcommander :p
  6. JediMaster22 Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 15, 1999
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    Yeah, I had a 486DX80 just 3 years ago!!!

    Maintaining that Piece of crap was tedious...yet challenging (kinda fun)

    :)
  7. Long Jedi Knight

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    Feb 11, 2001
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    If you know what you are doing you dont have to maintain it much...
  8. JediMaster22 Jedi Grand Master

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    Oct 15, 1999
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    I don't mean it that way, just more harder than the system I own now.
  9. Jade Skyhiker Jedi Master

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    Jan 3, 2000
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    Mine's got to be the crappiest (um, after SEA's maybe :p )

    Gateway Essential PC (bought if off my sis' in law for $300) - UGH
    - PII 400
    - Win98 SE
    - 192 Mb DIMM SDRAM PC 100 (upgraded from 64)
    - BUs speed 100Mhz (eek)
    - Nvidia RIVA TNT 32MB (Gift from AA, upgraded from a 16Mb)
    - Gateway EV500 (Yes, 15" - waahhhhh)
    - IDE 9.5 Gb hard drive (seagate? can't remember)
    - NEC 1.44 Mb floppy drive
    - Creative Sound Blaster SB AudioPCI 128D
    - Cambridge Soundworks speakers
    - 19x MatSHiTa CD-ROM (TEH SUCKiest. its noisy and SLOW)
    - 3Com etherlink 10/100 PCI NIC

    - standard ps2 MS intellimouse (gave my optical intelli explorer to AA. I want the cordless opticall intelli one now)
    - Rocketboard keyboard (free!) cos AA broke my nice gateway one. I think he fixed it tho...)
    - Gravis Blackhawk digital joystick (from AA)
    - Cisco 678 DSL Modem
    - Labtec headset and mic
    - TEH SUCK

    Hah, the only one (almost) without a DVD OR a CD-RW. Sad...

    That one is next on my list to upgrade tho. TOo bad i'm poor broke
  10. Long Jedi Knight

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    Feb 11, 2001
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    AA upped your ram too... and I thought your hard drive was a quantum..
  11. Jade Skyhiker Jedi Master

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    Jan 3, 2000
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    yeah, you upped a lot of stuff

    COme to think of it, yeah, its a quantum. fireball
  12. Long Jedi Knight

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  13. Jedi Bib Jedi Grand Master

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    Apr 16, 2000
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    Why doesn't AA give me gifts?

    And I will hopefully have an arse kicking machine by the time Jedi Outcast comes out so I can loose in stunningly high resolution.
  14. Kier_Nimmion Jedi Grand Master

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    Aug 9, 2000
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    -AMD Athlon 700
    -EPoX KX-7A main board
    -128 mb of PC-100 ram
    -IBM Deskstar 20 gb HD
    -Mitsumi 2/4/8 CD-RW drive
    -US Max 48x CR-R
    -300 w/power supply
    -nVidia GeForce 2 MX 200 32 mb video card
    -Sound Blaster 512
    -Toshiba PCX1100U cable modem
    -Windows 98 SE, DirectX 8
    -Yamaha YST-30 speakers
    -NEC MultiSync FE700+ 17" monitor
    -Gravis Destroyer Xtreme joystick
    -HP DeskJet 1220 C printer
    -HP ScanJet 4C scanner
    -Acer Prisma 310 p scanner

  15. SithForceLord Jedi Grand Master

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    Jul 2, 2001
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  16. Jedi Bib Jedi Grand Master

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    Apr 16, 2000
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    Stop laughing at things you little dolt.
  17. MaxVeers TFN FanFilms Staff, Manager Emeritus

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    Apr 24, 2000
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    Dell Inspiron 8100
    P3 1.0 GHz
    256 megs RAM
    20 gig HD
    32meg nVidia GeForce 2 Go
    Toshiba DVD/CD-RW combo
    15" Super XGA flat panel
    Windows XP Home

    Specs are a little on the low side, but remember, it's a notebook PC.
  18. AlienAcid Jedi Grand Master

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    Nov 27, 2000
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    That is like PB's dell.


    KURT GET ON AIM!
  19. Dan Force Ghost

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    Mar 15, 1999
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    You two have some pretty kickass notebooks. I hope I have money for a Dell when I go to college.
  20. AlienAcid Jedi Grand Master

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    Nov 27, 2000
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    Just get a desktop and a protable generator.
  21. Dan Force Ghost

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    Mar 15, 1999
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    Whatever you say.
  22. Lt.Cmdr.Thrawn The Other Saga Moderator

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    Sep 23, 1999
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    What the hell's wrong with a 933?

    'A little on the slow side' my ass!

    ;)
  23. Insane Anakin Jedi Master

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    Nov 12, 1999
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  24. Jade Skyhiker Jedi Master

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    Jan 3, 2000
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    low shmlow...

    I'd say my old C64 128D had low specs. sheesh.
    No hard drive, 5 1/4 floppy, 64 Kb !!! memory, but the monitor is funky... 3 modes in the computer. 2 64 modes (blue and green) and 128 where you flick the monitor to RGB to black and cyan. Each had their own syntax... (fun to learn too)

    and less than 100 keys. F keys up to F8!



    Oh, and I have BigSlack Linux installed in Jadiepoodoo (my POC computer). Unfortunately, I cant get it to recognize my network/ connect to my DSL.
    I'll get Mandrake or RedHat once I get a new hard drive. Until then, UMSDOS system till i get a new partition

    If anyone can help, it'd be very much appreciated. I"d tried everything... even my prof killed my computer instead of fixing it hahahaahha
  25. BARA-DAM Jedi Knight

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    Nov 30, 2001
    P3 733@803
    Asus P3V4X
    256MB Kingmax RAM CL3@CL2
    17Gb Fujitsu Hd
    10/4/32 CDRW
    Asus GeForce2MX @210/205
    10Mb ethernet
    15' Sony
    Windows 2000 sp2
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