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AMD Athlon X2 5000+ processor overclocked at 2.83ghz
750 watt PSU
250 gigabyte HDD at 7200rpm
4 gigabyte dual channel 800mhz RAM with heatsinks
1st DVD+-RW w/lightscribe
2nd DVD+-RW burner
5.1 surround sound logitech 280 watt speaker system THX certified
dell 24" widescreen flatpanel at 1900x1200
Nvidia GeForce 7950 GX2 1024mb, overclocked at 550mhz engine 700mhz core
28 in 1 media card reader
dual gigabit ethernet ports
This is my little freaky PC. Running for 4 years and I can't complain.

Mainboard: SOYO K7VEMPRO (3x PCI, 0x AGP)
CPU: AMD Duron 1300 MHz
RAM: 120 MB
HD: 30 GB
DVD: LG GSA 4163B
Graphics: 3dfx Voodoo 3 (16 MB) (My Radeon 9250 has this stupid resolution bug and no 3dfx branding.)
Sound: Blaster AudioPCI 128
2x Onboard USB
OS: Windows 98 SE


  • Intel Core 2 Duo e4300 @ 3.00GHz [375FSB x 8, vCore @ 1.4]
  • ASUS P5K Vanilla
  • eVGA e-GeForce 7900GS KO @ 550MHz Core / 850MHz Memory [1700 Eff.]
  • Arctic Cooling Freezer Pro 7 (Idle 36/38, Load 53/55)
  • WD SE16 250GB 7200.10 SATA2
  • 2x1GB Corsair XMS TWIN2X2048-5400C4 @ DDR2-750
  • Corsair HX520W
  • Antec P182 Black
  • Logitech MX518
  • SAMSUNG SyncMaster 931BW (19" Wide)
  • Windows XP Pro

*Intel Pentium IV HT @ 3.00Ghz
*eVGA nVidia GeForce 7600 GS 256MB 400Mhz clock PCIe
*ASUS motherboard of some kind
*1GB RAM DDR (512 x2)
*PCI TV Tuner
*Thermaltake PSU 500W
*A DVD burner of some sort
*A CD reader of some sort
*250GB Hard drive, Partitioned
*Windows XP Media Center Edition
*Windows Vista Release Candidate 2 (I'm too lazy to upgrade =P)
*Cheap 15" HP LCD display
*Cheap 16.1" eMachines CRT display (dualhead FTW)
*Stereo speakerswith sufwoofer/Logitech headset
*HP Media Center PC m1270n casing (Why must it have half the space taken up by a single, empty, unremoveable drive cage that can only house a special drive made by HP? Also, why must said drive cage be situated directly above the RAM slots and 24-pin power plug? Also also, why must it have razor-sharp edges? WHY?!)
*Extraneous devices: Linksys wireless adapter, Infrared Media Center remote and receiver, AM/FM radio antenna, basic PS/2 mouse, Media Center PS/2 keyboard.
Area-51® m9750 - NoteBook

Video/Graphics Card: Dual 512MB NVidia® GeForce™ Go 7950 GTX - SLI Enabled
Chassis: 17" WideXGA+ 1440 x 900 LCD - Stealth Black
Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T7600 2.33GHz 4MB Cache 667MHz FSB
Memory: 2GB Dual Channel DDR2 SO-DIMM at 667MHz - 2 x 1024MB
Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista™ Ultimate - With USB Mini Media Center Remote Control and Single NTSC TV Tuner
System Drive: Extreme Performance (RAID 0) - 400GB (200GB x 2) Serial ATA 1.5Gb/s 7,200 RPM w/ NCQ & 16MB Cache
Primary CD ROM/DVD ROM: 24x DVD-ROM/CD-RW Burner
Wireless Network Card: Internal Intel® Wireless 4965 a/b/g/Draft-N Mini-Card
Sound Card: High-Definition Audio with surround sound
Mobile Essentials: Belkin® AC Anywhere 300W Vehicle Outlet Adapter
Mobile Essentials: Alienware® Area-51 m9750 12-cell Lithium-Ion Battery

The end price comes to be $5,205.74. Yeah. It is expensize.
My current specs:

AMD Duron 1300 processor
756mb Ram
some random Mobo
30 GB maxtor drive
some random DVD drive
random mouse
random keyboard
onboard video(32mb)

My in construction system

AMD Athon X2 3600+
BIOSTAR K8M800 Mobo
1 gb DDR2 667 Ram
ATI Radeon 9800 XT 256mb (yea a 500 dollar card TWO YEARS AGO!!, and I got it for free)
Case is MIA
Just got all my parts

Intel C2D E6600 @ Stock 2.4ghz
ASUS Striker Extreme 680i Motherboard
Corsair XMS2 6400c4pro 1024mbx2 Memory (ddr2)
1x WD 150gig Raptor 10k rom sata
2x Wd 320gig sata hdds
xfx 8800GTX XxX 768mb
Corsair 620Hx 620w PSu
Antec 900 Case
HP pavilion dv9500t

Intel Core 2 Duo 1.80Ghz
2046MB DDR2 RAM
Nvidia Geforce 8600M GS 1008MB
160GB SATA 5400RPM
17" Widescreen High Definition. (1440X900)
Finally got my PC to how I wanted it.

Specs:
- Intel C2D e6600 @ 2.4Ghz (Soon to be overclocked)
- 4GB Geil Ultra Low Latency DDR2 PC6400C4 (4x1GB)
- Samsung Spinpoint 320GB 16mb Cache
- BFG 8800GTS 640MB OC Edition
- Antec Sonata Case
- Asus P5B Deluxe Motherboard
- Enermax 535W Noisetaker (Will change if becomes unstable when Oc-ing)

Just got that completed a few days ago, running very fast. Also installed Vista Ultimate and very surprised how good it is compared to how everyone has slated it. Definetly better than XP by FAR.

Running on Stock cooler atm, will be going for a Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme when I get round to it.

I think thats it...
ok i have this.. so its not a dream anymore

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neoxavier
ok i have this.. so its not a dream anymore

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Nice. But why the hell have you got 7 series graphic cards in there!?!!
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neoxavier
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Nice. But why the hell have you got 7 series graphic cards in there!?!!

LOL 7 series, I just noticed that! Is that a S5000Xvn? With a mobo like that...you must have a killer CPU..so why the SilverStone Nitrogen AIR cooling D:

You gots to trick it out with phase changers or Peltiers ...with green or red lights man!!
neoxavier
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Damn 2 CPUs! i wish i had 2 CPUS and 8 Ram slots lol
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ @ 1.8GHz (last time I overclocked it I was running at 2.7GHz stable)
1GB (2x 512MB) G.Skill PC4400LE 2.5-3-3-7 @ DDR400 2-2-2-5
DFI Lanparty SLi-DR
Maxtor MaxLine III 300GB SATA
Western WD2500JB 250GB IDE
Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 120GB SATA
ATi Radeon X1900XT-X 512MB
CIBOX 22" 1680x1050
Creative X-Fi Xtreme Music
Hiper Type-R 580w
NEC ND-3540A DVD+_RW
Compucase 6920
Creative Megaworks 2.1 Speakers/Sennheiser PC135 (I think) Headphones
Saitek Black Keyboard
Microsoft Optical Mouse Black
Logitech G25
Windows XP Pro SP2

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A R T I C S Q U I R R E L
160GB SATA 5400RPM

I hope that was a misprint.

Fallacy of Valentine
You gots to trick it out with phase changers or Peltiers ...with green or red lights man!!

Don't talk wet. Unless you're really going to OC the balls off your CPU phase is useless, add to the fact they are loud as a** and a lot of hassle to setup and use. Air cooling is more then plenty and with fans being made as well as they are these days effective at removing heat and quiet.

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