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Post your PC hardware in this thread! It'll be great to see who has what, and if anyone wants suggestions for parts, they can always look at this thread for ideas.

Captain's Fragbox

CPU: Phenom 955 OC'd at 3.7GHz

MoBo: MSI 790FX GD-70

GFX: Radeon 4870 1GB

HD 1: OCZ Vertex SSD 30GB

HD 2: OCZ Agility SSD 60GB

RAM: G.Skill 1333MHz DDR3 (7-7-7-21)

Power: Corsair 750TX

Cooler Master Hyper 212+ Heatsink

Cooler Master HAF 922

Samsung 21.6 Monitor

The Hyper 212+ heatsink is fantastic for the money. It keeps my 955 at just under 40 Celsius under load on Prime 95, even after a few hours. Idle is 26 degrees, which isn't show stopping, but it only really works its magic when at load. Not too shabby for a 'middleweight!'

I Will likely move to two CF'd 5770's in the future.

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phenom 2 x3 720, stock cooler

Asus m4a78t-e

radeon 4770

hd 1 WD black 640gb, 2 partitions

hd 2 seagate 7200.10 250gb

hd 3 seagate 7200.8 250 gb has win7 legal download of the pre release build.

ram 2x2 g.skill 1333mhz 8-8-8-21, could go 7-7-7-20

corsair 650tx

case is antec 300 with 2 extra fans in the front

screen- a 19" CTX-tube from 2003 16x12 res

future considerations: an 800 series board next year

make this with an athlon2 a media center pc - different case

hopefully an LCD LED monitor with....1920x1200 res.

capt. how's your multi and fsb set up for your OC?

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I only slid my multiplier to 18.5. It was easy enough, and I'm not too concerned about raw speed at the moment. I'm not out to win benchmark competitions. :P

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I only slid my multiplier to 18.5. It was easy enough, and I'm not too concerned about raw speed at the moment. I'm not out to win benchmark competitions. :P

yeah, me neither.

oh forgot 1 other thing about my case, the 2 stock fans are on low. lol

higher speeds seem to only help cool the NB when i'm not gaming.

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Nothing gets my Irish up like a foreign language thread. WTH are you guys talking abote?:angry:

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Phenom 2 940 OCed to 3.5 Ghz

ATI 4870 x2 2 gb with memory and GPUs OCed

8 GB of Ram

Antec 900 Case with 850 Watt PS

32 inch Monitor

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Nothing gets my Irish up like a foreign language thread. WTH are you guys talking abote?:angry:

things inside what you use to type on... or like what it's connected to. ;)

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oh ok :blush:

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I want to upgrade soon. My current hardware is mostly 2 years old. x_x

But thanks to consoles, I don't really have a big reason to upgrade since game graphics have been stalled for the last 2 years, with some notable PC-only exceptions. WTG consoles, saving me money!

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I want to upgrade soon. My current hardware is mostly 2 years old. x_x

But thanks to consoles, I don't really have a big reason to upgrade since game graphics have been stalled for the last 2 years, with some notable PC-only exceptions. WTG consoles, saving me money!

2 years old... at least it'll still meet lots of games' requirements... something my previous AMD athlon XP with AGP graphics couldn't do.

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My computer is way old now. My recently purchased laptop outperforms it in every way (except my computer still has a nice sound card and speakers.)

My Laptop is a Thinkpad W500

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit

Core 2 duo T9900 3.06ghz

4gb ddr3 RAM

320gb 7200rpm hdd

ATI FireGL 5700

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  • RAIDMAX SAGITTA 1 ATX-921WBP Black / Silver case
  • GIGABYTE GA-MA770T-UD3P AM3 AMD 770 ATX AMD Motherboard
  • AMD Phenom II X4 925 Deneb 2.8GHz Socket AM3 95W Quad-Core Processor
  • Western Digital Caviar Black WD1001FALS 1TB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive
  • G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3
  • Scythe DFS123812-3000 "ULTRA KAZE" 120 x 38 mm Case Fan (for exhaust)
  • Thermaltake A2018 120 mm case fan (for intake)
  • AzenX Blitztorm BT-SC70BBL 70mm Red LED PCI Slot Case Cooler
  • SILVERSTONE ST60F 600W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Certified 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply
  • Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3320620AS 320GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive
  • Soon to be Western Digital Caviar Black WD1001FALS 1TB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive as the primary
  • 2x SAMSUNG 18X DVD±R DVD Burner
  • EVGA 896-P3-1262-AR GeForce GTX 260 Superclocked Edition 896MB 448-bit GDDR3
  • Windows 7 64bit Ultimate RC soon to be Windows 7 64bit Pro

The old girl's still running. This, well what original few parts remain, is my build from `06.

I just realized the PSU is only 600W and not 650W like I thought...

With the update from Xmas, I figure she'll get one last hurrah before I work toward my next big build, which will be a year or so off.

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17 watts?! That's not too shabby! I know a pair of 4870's can ramp up to 500W when being stressed, so I'm feeling a little guilty. :P

Congrats on the X3 unlock.

yeah. 17w... only problem is now my 19" crt isn't really getting any movement, i've turned down the brightness ~50% so it should be less likely to burn in. i put the pc into sleep when i don't expect to use it w/i an hour or so.

i tell you my original x3 crapped the bucket back before thanksgiving? should have known it would, dual channel died 2nd day i had it. sounds like mem controller was faulty.

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Main Desktop:

i7 920 D0 @ 3.8 on a True 120

Asus P6T Deluxe x58 v1

SLI Zotac GTX 470's chilling at stock.

3x2 GB Mushkin 1600 Cas. 7

Fujistu 147gb 15k rpm SAS drive Apps

OCZ 30gb Vertex ssd OS

2x 150 gb RaptorX drives raid 0 storage

mushkin 800watt power supply

Laptop:

Dell Latitude D630

14.1 inch 1440x900

2.2ghx T7500 cpu

Nvidia NVS 135 gpu

8GB DDR2-800

60gb Mushkin Callisto DLX SSD

9 Cell/6 Cell/D-Bay battery

Docking Station at work and home

Ubuntu 10.10 soon 11.04 beta

Server 1:

I7 920 C0 2.6ghz on a cooler master 212

MSI X58M

24GB Mushkin ddr3 1600 cas 10

BFG GTX 275 Cuda stuff

Intel Quad Port network card

Dell Perc6i

Raid 1 76gb Raptor OS drive

Raid 5 4xSamsung F3 1 tb's storage

Raid 10 4x Fujistu 15k 147gb sas drive VM Guests

Server 2008 R2 Standard with Hyper-V

Server 2:

AMD Athlon x4 620 @3.0ghz Cooler Master 212

DFI Lan Party Jr.

16gb Mushkin SilverLine 1333 ddr3

Dell Perc5i

Broadcom dual port network card

4x fujistu 2.5 10k sas 74gb raid 5 OS and Host

4x WD 320gb Black 2.5 7.2k Storage

VMWare ESXi / Asterrisk box

Thin Client

MSI windtop or whater

Garbage atom

Garbage ati gpu

Garbage gigabit

2gb ram

160gb hdd

had some open source stuff on there the last time i used it.

New Green server coming in 2011 maybe Sandy bridge maybe bulldozer not sure yet. trying to cut power consumption down. mostly to run 2 VM's, my main webserver, and my phone stuff and It will power the other 2 if i need there capabilities at that time. I have a some Poweredges at a Colo right now that do most of what I need.

whole house is gigabit via HP Procurve stuff and cisco stuff Srv. 1 has 4gigabit port and srv. 2 my tower have 2 gigabit ports so file transfers are awesome and don't affect other network traffic.

I have others like Sun micro's and Dell PowerEdges and old power Mac's but above is what count's

There's my Systems Hope you like them If not buy me a new one?

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