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ripken204

Post Pictures and Specifications of your computer here!

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great pics guys

@Kenny McCormick- u have the same keyboard as me, dont u love it :)

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Specs: See sig.

Nice setup. I like how you have the fire extinquisher there in case the computer catches fire heh :lol:

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Specs: See sig.

Very Nice........ :thumbup

BTW, how did that cost to build?

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yah, mine was a opteron 165 @ FX 60

mushkin redline ddr 500 2-2-2-6

4 samsung spinpoint 250GB in raid 0

2 evga 7800 gt co's in sli

thermalright si-120 cooling it for now

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@ripken204 - Yes, I just love that keyboard, it's the best one I ever used.

@jago_lfn - Thanks, the fire extinquisher "is on it's way" out to my car :D

@computerMan - Thanks, It costed allmost 14000 SEK thats around $1850, without monitor, mouse, keyboard and 2 of the harddrives, in the beginig of January.

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Product : Aspire E360

Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3500+

Frequency: 2200 MHz - (current : 2209.98 MHz)

Support : Socket 939

Monitor : HP f2105 Wide Flat Panel Monitor (DVI Connection)

Physical Mem: 2048 MB

RADEON X550: 256 MB

Drive C: (Hard Disk) 54 GB available on 65 GB

Drive D: (Hard Disk) 128 GB available on 128 GB

DVD ROM.. Plus DVD Dual Layer Burner.

Mitsumi External: Floppy Drive

My Main Machine...

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i like your office dagonet. neat effect with the blue blinds and the under the sea wallpaper ;)

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i like your office dagonet. neat effect with the blue blinds and the under the sea wallpaper ;)

Thanks DP...Although it's not my office... It's our main floor living room. We have very similar setups in the family room downstairs and the den upstairs. All with their ownPC's and big screen TV's and sound systems.The rest of this room is actually behind me what you see here is about half, pretty large space...

I can't be too far away from my televisions and 5.1 DVD's.. LOL!! ;)

Cheers DP..

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P4 3.2-EGHZ 2mb of L2cache oC'ed 3.92

Koolance EXOS = CPU, GPU, Harddrive's, Chipset, Memory, PSU

ATI X800 oC'ed

Dell W1700 HDTV/MONITOR

Asus p4c800-e Deluxe

Corsair twin-x DDR4200 = 1gig

2x 73 gig raptor's Raid0

1x 500 Gig maxtor

Pictures are all old, with old setup, the setup described above is current

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i like your office dagonet. neat effect with the blue blinds and the under the sea wallpaper ;)

Thanks DP...Although it's not my office... It's our main floor living room. I can't be too far away from my televisions and 5.1 DVD's.. LOL!! ;)

lol, nice one :P hehe

very nice setup though! smart

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very nice setup though! smart

Thanks...What's life without our toys.. ;)

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very nice setup though! smart

Thanks...What's life without our toys.. ;)

to right, lifes little pleasures :P

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name='Maleko' date='Mar 22 2006, 07:38 AM' post='483313']

Thanks...What's life without our toys.. ;)

to right, lifes little pleasures :P

Well......I just went out and added yet another Lil Pleasure.. LOL!!..Sold my Sony Trinitron 36" and got a great buy on this AKAI 46" DLP..HDTV....Fantastic Picture...I am truly impressed so far..Quite abit nicer than my Samsung 42" HDTV..

The newest toy.. :)

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i wish i had a tv like that....

mine is older than me :(

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i wish i had a tv like that....

mine is older than me :(

Hey Rip :)

Thanks.... If you get a chance to check out this DLP technology, first hand..You'll love the quality. I'm sold on it, you can sit 3" away, 2ft away or 20ft away..picture is extreme at any distance and any angle..

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Watching LOTR as well, looks sweet even from the pic!

I need a better paid job, LOL

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Watching LOTR as well, looks sweet even from the pic!

I need a better paid job, LOL

Without a word of exageration...I have watched the LOTR's probably 400 times...Maybe more.

This DLP screen has shown me scenes I have'nt noticed before...Amazing screen.

Glad to see another LOTR's fan... :thumbup

A lil better shot of this DLP technology...This TV weighs.....61 Lbs.. ??

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P4 3G

1G Ram

ECS 661FX-M7 all-in-one Board

Max 64 graphics SIS

Realtek Ac'97 audio

DVD-RW Lite-on 16X

200G H/D

4 USB 2 at back - 2 front

10/100Lan

NO floppy disk - by request

Modem should come out..

Bigpond Wireless Broadband EXT. Modem

STD MS Black K/B and OPT mouse

Case MEC Mod. EX-919-13A25-BS

Acecat Flair Tablet & pen

Polyview 19" TFT-LCD V396 Monitor

& one white dog

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Need for Vista..

*VISTA

*Video card with Vista drivers

*Extra 1G Ram

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Well, I've never seen anything like that. What are the specs?

You got three H/D's. Slaves or RAID backup?

What is an OTES RAMflow? Some double fan cooler for the CPU. Why is it called RAMflow?

Did you get the plastic exhaust pipe you see on my case? Does everyone?

I had such a heck of a job to get the OEM to leave out the floppy, (at my expense) broke his heart. Could not bring myself to say ditch the 56K modem as well.

The case is designed with the floppy slot, but I just consider it an extra cooling slot!

Will we ever be able to move into the future now .. and let go of the past 56K and 3 1/2" 1.44Mb? Not really, everyone will come back and swear they use these things every day and cannot live without them. Bit like Microsoft will not let go of paint - when they could have gotten us an OLD PhotoImpact, say 5 or 6 plus a vector with Xara Xtreme.

Such is life..

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Well, I've never seen anything like that. What are the specs?

You got three H/D's. Slaves or RAID backup?

What is an OTES RAMflow? Some double fan cooler for the CPU. Why is it called RAMflow?

Did you get the plastic exhaust pipe you see on my case? Does everyone?

I take it your talking about mine?

Its my new rig:

ASUS A8N-SLI Premium

AMD Athlon64 3700 1 MB L2 Cache

2GB Crucial Ballistixs PC4000

XFX nVIDIA Geforce 7600GT 256MB XXX

Sound Blaster Audigy

500WATT Antec Modular PSU

X2 SATA2 WD 80GB in Raid0 - OS Install

X1 SATA WD 200GB - Store

X1 External 160GB - Backup

DVD-ROM

DVD-Writer

OTES RAMflow: This is above my memory, as it gets pretty warm with it being Ballistixs, got them from an Abit motherboard.

Those Plastic exhaust pipes only come on some cases, I believe it sits above the CPU to help airflow?

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