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mmmm okay

my daily:

Opteron dual core 2.2ghz

2gb ram

2x300 gb sata

radeon x1650pro 512mb

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The other two (linux and one for Justin)

Athlon XP 3200

2gb ram

ti4200/fx5700 ultra

2x300gb sata

+_+_+_+_+

Servers:

2x2.8ghz xeon

4gb ram

5x500 gb 15,000 rpm

intel graphics (LOL)

2xceleron 1ghz

1gb ram

2x40gb IDE

(firewall)

and i've run out of desire to keep typing....

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Very nice..  What series xeon are you running?

Mine:

Laptop (aka the dell)

Intel Pentium M 1.86 GHz

1 Gig

Hitachi 60 GB 7200rpm

ATI 9600 pro 128mb

15.4 wsxga (1680x1050)

Creative Audigy 2

Linux Laptop:

Athlon XP-M Processor 2200+

512Mb RAM

40 Gb hard drive

ATI MOBILITY RADEON (M6)  :grin:

Server:

Dual PIII 700mhz

2x 36GB 10,000 SCSI in Raid 1

1 GB ram

Server:

AMD Athlon 2100+

1.5 GB Ram

720GB

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Very nice..  What series xeon are you running?

Mine:

Laptop (aka the dell)

Intel Pentium M 1.86 GHz

1 Gig

Hitachi 60 GB 7200rpm

ATI 9600 pro 128mb

15.4 wsxga (1680x1050)

Creative Audigy 2

Linux Laptop:

Athlon XP-M Processor 2200+

512Mb RAM

40 GB hard drive

ATI MOBILITY RADEON (M6)  :grin:

Server:

Dual PIII 700MHz

2x 36GB 10,000 SCSI in Raid 1

1 GB ram

Server:

AMD Athlon 2100+

1.5 GB Ram

720GB

Hehe a laptop guy? Laptops always give me to many problems  :tickedoff: gave up on em.

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Main Desktop:

20in iMac

2.16GHz Core 2 Duo

2GB Ram

500GB Hard Drive

ATI x1600 256MB

Mac OSX 10.4.9

Mac Mini

2.33Ghz Core 2 Duo

2GB ram

100GB Hard Drive

GMA 950  :buck2:

Mac OSX 10.4.9

Work PC (3D Max Machine)

Core 2 duo QX6700

4GB Ram

4 500GB hard drives on raid 0+1 (1TB total)

Geforce 8800GTX SLI

Windows XP Pro (no vista on here cuz 3d max doesn't like it :cry2:)

This computer costs like 6 grand and its still not fast enough  :2funny:

Server 1

Pentium D 930 3Ghz

2GB Ram

3 750GB Hard Drives on Raid 0

100mbps Connection

Red Hat ES4

$404 a month

Server 2

Dual Processor Quad Core Xeon 5310

4 X 1000GB HDDs RAID 0

2GB RAM

100Mbps Connection

Red Hat ES4

$459 a month

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Other PC's in my house specs:

Roommates laptop:

HP compaq

AMD Sempron 3400+ 1.81 GHz

1.5 GB ram

NVidia Geforce GO 6150 with 256 MB shared memory

60 GB 5200 RPM HD

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Server PC (used for hosting our OT [open tibia] game):

AMD 3000+

756 MB DDR 400 ram

Nvidia geforce FX 256 MB video ram

70 GB raptor 10,000 RPM HD

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Main Desktop:

20in iMac

2.16GHz Core 2 Duo

2GB Ram

500GB Hard Drive

ATI x1600 256MB

Mac OSX 10.4.9

Mac Mini

2.33GHz Core 2 Duo

2GB ram

100GB Hard Drive

GMA 950  :buck2:

Mac OSX 10.4.9

Work PC (3D Max Machine)

Core 2 duo QX6700

4GB Ram

4 500GB hard drives on raid 0+1 (1TB total)

Geforce 8800GTX SLI

Windows XP Pro (no vista on here cuz 3d max doesn't like it :cry2:)

This computer costs like 6 grand and its still not fast enough  :2funny:

Server 1

Pentium D 930 3GHz

2GB Ram

3 750GB Hard Drives on Raid 0

100Mbps Connection

Red Hat ES4

$404 a month

Server 2

Dual Processor Quad Core Xeon 5310

4 X 1000GB HDDs RAID 0

2GB RAM

100Mbps Connection

Red Hat ES4

$459 a month

i would love to have a MAC PRO  cost to much for me :tickedoff:i built one on-line didn't like the price :idiot2:

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For 1,392$ form Apple:

1.83 GHz intel core duo CPU

1 GB ram

intel on board graphics with shared memory (64 MB)

a warranty/telephone support

17" monitor

160 GB HD

Dell 650$:

AMD 4000+ x2

NVidia geforce 6150 LE gpu

1 GB ram

250 GB HD

19" monitor

1 year waaranty

I personally prefer dells buy  :-|

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For 1,392$ form Apple:

1.83 GHz intel core duo CPU

1 GB ram

intel on board graphics with shared memory (64 MB)

a warranty/telephone support

17" monitor

160 GB HD

Dell 650$:

AMD 4000+ x2

NVidia geforce 6150 LE gpu

1 GB ram

250 GB HD

19" monitor

1 year waaranty

I personally prefer dells buy  :-|

I meant mac pro

Dell XPS

1.86Ghz Core 2 Duo

1gb ram (4GB max)

320GB hard dirve

256MB 8600GT

single dvd drive

$2629

Apple Mac Pro

Two 2.66GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon

1GB ram (16GB max)

500GB 7200-rpm Serial ATA 3Gb/s

ATI Radeon X1900 XT 512MB

One 16x SuperDrive

$2748

The mac has 2 dual core processors the dell only 1 dual core processor, The dell can only do 4GB of ram, the mac 16GB, the dell only 2 hard drives the mac can fit 4, the dell does 2 video cards, the mac can do 4.

so for the extra $119 you get alot more.

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I meant mac pro

Dell XPS

1.86GHz Core 2 Duo

1GB ram (4GB max)

320GB hard dirve

256MB 8600GT

single dvd drive

$2629

Apple Mac Pro

Two 2.66GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon

1GB ram (16GB max)

500GB 7200-rpm Serial ATA 3GB/s

ATI Radeon X1900 XT 512MB

One 16x SuperDrive

$2748

The mac has 2 dual core processors the dell only 1 dual core processor, The dell can only do 4GB of ram, the mac 16GB, the dell only 2 hard drives the mac can fit 4, the dell does 2 video cards, the mac can do 4.

so for the extra $119 you get alot more.

Heh well Dell's got em beat on more cheaper models  :buck2:

I'm not a big fan of dell/HP/gateway any way I prefer to just buy my own parts and make em much cheaper.

My PC only costed me 400$~ and from dell it woulda been around 900-1000$. I just used an old case though for a new one woulda brought my pc up to between 500-550$

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Heh well Dell's got em beat on more cheaper models  :buck2:

I'm not a big fan of dell/HP/gateway any way I prefer to just buy my own parts and make em much cheaper.

My PC only costed me 400$~ and from dell it woulda been around 900-1000$. I just used an old case though for a new one woulda brought my pc up to between 500-550$

i think they charge you for like the software they put on it and stuff. and labor costs etc. and yeah i agree building them yourself is way better

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i think they charge you for like the software they put on it and stuff. and labor costs etc. and yeah i agree building them yourself is way better

Yeah well I'm sure they do though I'd like to start building/selling pc's myself good business ^^.

HP pavilion DV5020us

AMD turion 2.0

2 gigs RAM (crucial)

ATI Radeon 256 MB gpu

160 GB 5400rpm HDD

Running Windows Vista Ultimate OS

Love it,    :)

Yea with windows vista every MB of ram makes a diferance  :lipsrsealed: .

Heh hows dream scene?

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it works great, but it has one problem thats annoying. this is a laptop, and when i return from sleep it likes to hang, and max out cpu. turning off the dream scene then turning on again fixes it, but im not gonna keep dealing with it. other than that i LOVE vista, not a single prob, and it performs better than XP did on here by a long shot. not sure what the quirk is with the dream scene. its not that big a deal to me. if i can use it great, if not, i wont miss it.

ev

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just the standard ones from off the same website you DL dreamscenes for. like i said, its not so much when you run it, its when the puter returns from sleep that it seems to hang and have an issue. thats the only time, when the computer returns from sleep. otherwise, its works fine. but, its not that big  a deal. its not important enough to me to worry about. i am still perfectly happy with Vista even with out the dream scene.

ev

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