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Offline Jkr

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Your Rig (Lets see them!)
« on: January 21, 2008, 09:11:43 AM »
what is inside your computer? custom built or prebuilt? specs?  ill start.. ( ps. if theres already a thread like this delete this, i tried searching for one)

custom built by yours truly
rosewill midtower case
intel p4.. 3.2 ghz 800fsb
gigabyte mobo
sata II 80 gig ( soon raid)
fancontroller
1 gig corsair ddr2 ( pc4200)
upgraded copper heatsink
32x lightscribe dvd/cd burner
creative x-fi soundcard
BFGTECH nvidia geforce 7600GT 256 mb oc'd ( waiting for 9 series )
microsoft windows xp 64-edition
logitech g5 gaming mouse and logitech z5500 5.1 thx surround sound

i think that about covers it. im doing a new build this summer if i get a job  :)
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2008, 11:37:26 AM »
My Halo rig is: Custom built (First timer woot!)

Processor/Type/Speed: Intel (E6600) Core 2 Duo 2.4ghz Dual Core
MOBO (motherboard maker) : ASUS (P5 Deluxe)
Ram memory/type/amt./speed: 2gig (Fast Enough)
Video Card type/speed/memory: (Sapphire) ATI X1950 Pro 512mb (Upgraded from XTX 1st version)
OS & service pack: XP SP3
DX version: Dunno 9? 10?
Video card driver: ATI... lol
Internet connection, type/speed/provider: NTL Broadband 2mbps
Monitor size/type/qty.: 2 x 17" Dell monitors.
Mouse, type: Razer Diamondback Gaming mouse
Keyboard (or similar device) type: Basic
Modem, type: Provided by ISP

Additionals :
Additional blue/green LED intake & exhaust fans.
Upgraded from 300 to 500w PSU
Creative Soundblaster Audigy 2 ZS Platinum
Stupidly loud 380w Triple Drive AIWA sound system.
USB Plug-in plasma ball.  :LOL:


Wasn't cheap...
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2008, 12:00:20 PM »
Oh dear, mine's not exactly a RIG, it's more like.....a Geo Metro....compared to some of your gaming RIGS. Here's my wonderfully stable but rather poor graphical computer:

Dell Dimension E3100
Intel Pentium 4 HT CPU 2.80GHz
Upgraded to 2GB DDR2 RAM  ;D
80 GB Hard Drive
Intel 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family  :'( (integrated video)
15 inch flat-panel LCD
Soundblaster SigmaTel Audio (5.1 surround capable)
Altec Lansing 2.1 Speaker System (25W RMS, 60W Total/1 subwoofer, 2 satellites)/Plantronics Gaming Headset
Saitek Eclipse Keyboard - Illuminated Blue Keys
Logitec LX3 Optical Mouse
Handstands Laser Pad (Wal-Mart rules!)
Windows XP Media Center Edition


By far nothing fancy, but it gets the job done....when taxes come, I plan on getting tires for my truck, and a new PC. Then this one is going on EBAY!
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2008, 12:53:45 PM »
My Halo rig is: Custom, But Rubbish..
Processor/Type/Speed: Intel Whatever (R) Thing 2.8GHZ
MOBO (motherboard maker) : Not A Clue...
Hard Drive: 149GB and 37.9GB...
Ram memory/type/amt./speed: 2 x 512mb Doing That Dual Channel Thing.
Video Card type/speed/memory: NVIDEA GForce 6200 256Mb... (I think..)
OS & service pack: Windows XP Pro SP2 And Windows Vista Ultimate.
DX version: Direct X 10 Or 9.
Sound Card: I Have One...
Speakers/Headphones: Genius 2.1
Internet connection, type/speed/provider: Really Cruddy Broadband. 100Kbs D/L At The MOST.
Monitor size/type/qty: 22Inch Samsung. LCD HD Thing (Well Good!)
Mouse, type: Plain Old Mouse.
Keyboard (or similar device) type: Wireless. Thats ABout All I Know...
Modem, type: Netgear Wireless Router...

It's nothing amazingly special. But it will run what i want it to. Halo no problems, CS:S Minimal problems. Theni just play videos and music constantly. ;D

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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #4 on: January 22, 2008, 04:49:59 PM »
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #5 on: January 22, 2008, 05:06:03 PM »
Nice rigs guys....ok, here we go....my little beast  :siderofl:

AMD Athlon X2 4600+ @ 2.41Ghz
3072MB DDR2 667
250GB WD SATA (with 450GB in External)
nVidia GeForce 7600GT @ 256MB
Soundblaster Audigy Gamer
Samsung 226BW 22" LCD
Saitek Eclipse II Gaming keyboard
Logitech MX518 mouse

Cheers.



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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #6 on: January 22, 2008, 05:59:59 PM »
Mfr: Dell

Form Factor: Laptop

Model: XPS M1530

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 @2.0GHz

Memory: Installed - 4GB. Showing 3.6 GB (TY Windows 32bit  :bang:)

Hard Drive: 160GB

Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT - 256 Ded - 1.7GB shared

Monitor: (When at home) HP w1907 (19" wide)

Sound Card: SigmaTel High Definition (Who?)

Keyboard: Saitek Eclipse II Backlit Gaming Keyboard (doesn't help)

Mouse: Microsoft Sidewinder - (I hate it)

Operating System: Vista Ultimate (came with the 64bit version which would support up to 128GB of ram (don't know how the PC would handle that...if at all)...but I hesitate to install because 16 bit programs WILL NOT run under 64 bit.

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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #7 on: January 22, 2008, 07:03:09 PM »
Oh dear, mine's not exactly a RIG, it's more like.....a Geo Metro....compared to some of your gaming RIGS. Here's my wonderfully stable but rather poor graphical computer:

Dell Dimension E3100
Intel Pentium 4 HT CPU 2.80GHz
512MB RAM  :'(
80 GB Hard Drive
Intel 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family  :'( (integrated video driver)
15 inch flat-panel LCD
Soundblaster SigmaTel Audio (5.1 surround capable)
Creative 2.1 Speaker System (1 subwoofer, 2 satellites)/HP Premium Audio Microphone-Headset
Saitek Eclipse Keyboard - Illuminated Blue Keys
Dell Premium Laser Mouse - 3200 dpi
Laser Pad (Wal-Mart rules!)
Windows XP Media Center Edition


By far nothing fancy, but it gets the job done....when taxes come, I plan on getting tires for my truck, and a new PC. Then this one is going on EBAY!

We have same Comp. ;D
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #8 on: January 22, 2008, 07:37:48 PM »
Oh dear, mine's not exactly a RIG, it's more like.....a Geo Metro....compared to some of your gaming RIGS. Here's my wonderfully stable but rather poor graphical computer:

Dell Dimension E3100
Intel Pentium 4 HT CPU 2.80GHz
512MB RAM  :'(
80 GB Hard Drive
Intel 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family  :'( (integrated video driver)
15 inch flat-panel LCD
Soundblaster SigmaTel Audio (5.1 surround capable)
Creative 2.1 Speaker System (1 subwoofer, 2 satellites)/HP Premium Audio Microphone-Headset
Saitek Eclipse Keyboard - Illuminated Blue Keys
Dell Premium Laser Mouse - 3200 dpi
Laser Pad (Wal-Mart rules!)
Windows XP Media Center Edition


By far nothing fancy, but it gets the job done....when taxes come, I plan on getting tires for my truck, and a new PC. Then this one is going on EBAY!

hmmm, AGP or PCI-e? for graphics slot, if AGP i might buy

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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #9 on: January 22, 2008, 07:39:03 PM »
It's easier for me to post a picture of the specs than copy and paste and reformat them  :LOL:

http://img70.imageshack.us/img70/2562/scr3f1c0d3mf9.png

(Note) I actually have 2 gig of ram now
(Note2) I actually have the listed sound systems PLUS an Adcom GFA 5500 amplifier (insane wattage at 2 ohms stable)
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #10 on: January 27, 2008, 05:49:54 PM »


 Proud of your rig? Well brag about it here.




even if your not proud of it i still think you should post it. I promise we wont make fun of you  ;D

better post some specs or else  :toughguy:

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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #11 on: January 28, 2008, 12:11:41 AM »
Nearly 5 years old, lasted nearly 4 years without a single blue screen of death.
Athlon XP 2000+ (~1.67GHz)
512MB DDR RAM (Anyone got ~$50 so I can get a gig?)
Geforce FX 5200 (AGP 4x :P)
ASUS A7N266-VM (nForce 220)
Seagate ST3320620A (320GB?)
Seagate ST340014A (40GB?)
ASUS CRW-5224A
ASUS DRW-1608P2S
SONY floppy disk drive
USB2.0 card
Lucent Winmodem
JASS Speakers
A4Tech (OEM, unbranded) Keyboard
Gigabyte GM-R03 (v1)
AOC LM520
XP SP2 (SP1 up until mid 2007)

Stunningly reliable system, despite the rather outdated components. I almost cried when I got my first BSoD last year.

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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #12 on: January 28, 2008, 02:17:04 AM »


Here's the rig my son and I built - for HIM! - last year, and have decked-out a bit since:

    My Halo rig is: Custom built (by MrMxyzptlk & son, MoNsTeR/Assassin)

    Processor/Type/Speed: Intel (E6500) Core 2 Duo 2.33Ghz Dual Core
    CPU fan: Thermaltake TMG i1 (CL-P0370)
    Motherboard: ASUS P5N-E SLI
    Ram memory/type/amt/speed: 2x1GB Corsair 800Mhz
    Video Card type/speed/memory: Dual (SLi-config) 7950GT 1.43 GHz/256-bit/512MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 (each)
    Case:  Raidmax Sagitta (Black w/blue grill LEDs)
    Power Supply: Raidmax RX-630 "Volcano" 630W, Low noise, Blue LED's

    Video card driver: BFG/nVidia
    OS & service pack: XP Pro SP2
    DX version: 9c
    Monitor size/type/qty.: 24" LCD 1920x1200 Westinghouse L2410NM
    Mouse, type: Razer Copperhead
    Keyboard (or similar device) type: Razer Taranula w/ add-on gaming light

    Internet connection, type/speed/provider: [shared] Comcast cable Standard (4-6Mbps dn / 368kbps up)
    Modem, type: Motorola Speedstream

    Additional Items:
    Saitek Cyborg EVO gaming joystick
    7.1 Headset: Razer Barracuda (REALLY! It has multiple speakers inside each ear cup!!)
    5.1 Speaker system: Altec Lansing FX5051
    Additional blue LED: "feet"; ultra-quiet intake & exhaust fans
    1 ultra-quiet PCI-slot fan

Lemme tell ya: Games look SO AWESOME on this thing, when he bumps up all the video options to "high" and you see it at 1920x1200!!!
And I balanced the airflow (used stick-on strip thermometer and some paper "streamers") to adjust it so the fans spin low-speed (quiet) ...and the thing runs cooler than mine does!

Pic:

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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #13 on: January 28, 2008, 02:33:04 AM »
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Re: Your Rig (Lets see them. We are getting somewhere finally ;))
« Reply #14 on: January 28, 2008, 01:17:46 PM »


Here's the rig my son and I built - for HIM! - last year, and have decked-out a bit since:

    My Halo rig is: Custom built (by MrMxyzplk & son, MoNsTeR/Assassin)

    Processor/Type/Speed: Intel (E6500) Core 2 Duo 2.33Ghz Dual Core
    CPU fan: Thermaltake TMG i1 (CL-P0370)
    Motherboard: ASUS P5N-E SLI
    Ram memory/type/amt/speed: 2x1GB Corsair 800Mhz
    Video Card type/speed/memory: Dual (SLi-config) 7950GT 1.43 GHz/256-bit/512MB GDDR3 PCI Express x16 (each)
    Case:  Raidmax Sagitta (Black w/blue grill LEDs)
    Power Supply: Raidmax RX-630 "Volcano" 630W, Low noise, Blue LED's

    Video card driver: BFG/nVidia
    OS & service pack: XP Pro SP2
    DX version: 9c
    Monitor size/type/qty.: 24" LCD 1920x1200 Westinghouse L2410NM
    Mouse, type: Razer Copperhead
    Keyboard (or similar device) type: Razer Taranula w/ add-on gaming light

    Internet connection, type/speed/provider: [shared] Comcast cable Standard (4-6Mbps dn / 368kbps up)
    Modem, type: Motorola Speedstream

    Additional Items:
    Saitek Cyborg EVO gaming joystick
    7.1 Headset: Razer Barracuda (REALLY! It has multiple speakers inside each ear cup!!)
    5.1 Speaker system: Altec Lansing FX5051
    Additional blue LED: "feet"; ultra-quiet intake & exhaust fans
    1 ultra-quiet PCI-slot fan

Lemme tell ya: Games look SO AWESOME on this thing, when he bumps up all the video options to "high" and you see it at 1920x1200!!!
And I balanced the airflow (used stick-on strip thermometer and some paper "streamers") to adjust it so the fans spin low-speed (quiet) ...and the thing runs cooler than mine does!

Pic:


Geez, Mxy, no wonder you kick butt every way to Sunday.  My rig's so slow it's no wonder I can't get out of your way.

(nice stuffed bunny, btw)  :LOL:
  

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