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im talking about the hardwear.. not the obvious "i have nothing better to do with my time"

im connection throught an apple Mac Bookpro 15.4 incher... no it doesnt have intel duo core 2.. i got stuck with 1st generation

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PC

windows XP sp2

Nforce2 chipset LanParty motherboard with 1024 mb mushkin level II DC

Athlon mobile overclocked to 2585 mhz aircooled 235 bus ..

RADEON 9700 all in wonder w/remote

Antec 550 with voltage mods done for higher more stable juice

200 GB sata drive + 80 gb ide backup drive + LiteScribe DVD-rw

11w per channel fan controller

Can do a 254 mhz bus stable 24/7 on cold days with cold air accessible for fans and side panel off

Dont game much anymore - and have not ran it all out at 255 mhz bus for almost 3 months now

19" NEC Flat CRT

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3yr old Dell Dimension desktop I got for free (and put some work on) from my less-than-comp-savvy cousin.

-Intel pt4 2.6ghz. Unaware of the mo-bo, but I think its an intel one as well.

-Originally 512MB ram, but added more for a total of 2.5GBs worth to compensate for it being non dual-channel SDRAM.

-Upgraded vid card from standard Intel one to an Ati Radeon 256mb X800xt. 8x agp boasting 16 pixel pipelines. Came with an aftermarket swiss-made fan thats whisper quiet even when I'm OC'ing. Firewire-ready.

- Standard soundcard. 5.1 surround ready, but I'm only using 2 Harmon Kardon speaker setup w/ HK sub. Still kicks out some decent sound however.

- 60gig HD upgraded to 260gig total.

-Wireless Dell Keyboard and Logitech Mouse

-19'' Dell Flat CRT

-Standard 350w powersource.

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PC - custom built.

ASUS mother board.

Athlon dual-core +4200

2gb 2-2-2-5 Kingston Hyper-X ram (2 dual channel)

Radeon X1800XL

Seagate 300GB+Western Digital 200GB+Western Digital 320GB

Antec Phantom power supply

and, a lot of fans, in a Antec P180

and a Dell 20.1" widescreen monitor

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PC - custom built.

ASUS mother board.

Athlon dual-core +4200

2gb 2-2-2-5 Kingston Hyper-X ram (2 dual channel)

Radeon X1800XL

Seagate 300GB+Western Digital 200GB+Western Digital 320GB

Antec Phantom power supply

and, a lot of fans, in a Antec P180

and a Dell 20.1" widescreen monitor

I'm still very much a PC-fanboy, so this makes me drool with envy.

How are those Hyper-X rams working for ya? I'm a bit sadistic and try to crash my system every once in awhile just to test its limits.

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I don't really know much about PCs, but I know what to buy. The ram works great. I have 4x512 sticks in. My computer doesn't crash at all, I leave it on 24/7, but usually give it a go for maintence every sunday, restart it. I think I'm going to leave it on for another week this time.

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ASUS W3H00V laptop

its a year old and somehow i want to replace it already

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I use my good old DirtBook™ G4. 12 inches of dirt, food, spilled ink, scrateched sketches and cigarette burns.

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Macbook pro 1st gen

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ibm t42p thinkpad 14.1"

simple, all black, high quality, powerhouse.

me too except mine has a 15" screen :)

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Semi-revived threadage!

15" Powerbook Rev. D

Looking at my MBP with a fatty 25% off soon. Cheaaa.

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