2006 desktop Processor: AMD 64 Athlon x2 Video card: Nvidia GeForce 6150 LE Power supply: Hell if I know Sound card: Turtle Beach Riviera OS: Windows XP 32 bit
Hardware HP 17 inch monitor, 1280x1024 Mouse: Gigaware gaming mouse (I bought it at Radio Shack) Keyboard: Standard HP keyboard (as of 2006) Sound: Skullcrushers, Full Metal Jackets, two sets of Altec Lansing Octane 7s (front and back) 5.1 surround sound
New laptop Processor: Intel core i5 quad core 3GHz Power supply: Standard issue battery Video card: Nvidia GeForce GT 525m Sound Card: RealTek HD Sound OS: Windows 7 64 bit
Hardware Monitor: anti-glare 16.9" 1600x900 (though it doesn't look any different than a full HD screen) Mouse: Standard issue shitty Dell wireless mouse Keyboard: The kind that are attached to laptops Sound: Skullcrushers, Full Metal Jackets, one set of Altec Lansing Octane 7s
Post by Fringe Pioneer on Feb 28, 2012 18:54:13 GMT
Fujitsu Lifebook T900 Processors: Intel® Core™ i7 CPU M 620 @ 2.67GHz × 4 Video Card: Do I have one, or are those extra? Power Supply: 19V * 4.22A = 80.18W Sound Card: Do I have one, or are those extra? Operating System #0: Windows 7 (64 Bit) Operating System #1: Fedora 16 "Verne" (64 Bit) Hard Disk Drive: 17 GB of Who-knows-what (Windows backup, I think?), 21 MB of Bootable, 151 GB of Windows 7, and 151 GB of Linux subdivided into 21 GB of / mount, 4.3 GB of swap, and 126 GB of /home mount Screen: Some kind of dual digitizer that allows for stylus and finger interaction, even in Fedora. Mouse: None Keyboard: Builtin Sound Input: Two builtin microphones Sound Output: Builtin speakers Video Input: 2.0 Megapixel webcam
Processor: i7 870 @ 2.93GHz Video card: ATI Radeon HD 5770 RAM: 8GB of whatever 1.5 TB Toshiba HDD Blu-Ray read/write disk drive VAIO 5.1 surround sound speakers 32" Samsung LED display 26" Hanns-G LED display and some generic crappy keyboard/mouse OS: Windows7/Ubuntu
EDIT: Also, many gamers have said that my graphics card severely bottlenecks my rig; I don't believe so, as I can run Crysis at maximum settings and get a steady 40 FPS. The only thing I've noticed is some minor shader incompatibilities, usually unprofessional ones like the Minecraft shaders mod.
Processor: Intel core i5 2500k, overclocked to a 4.6GHz (jelly much? ) Video card: ATI radeon HD 5450 (Yes, it's a huge bottleneck to the whole system, hopefully going for a 560ti soon enough) RAM: 8GB (4x2GB) Storage: 1TB boot, 1TB backup (also hopefully going for an SSD as a boot drive) Power supply: Antec 400W (Not sure how much longer i can go on with this one, with the power usage this has overall) Motherboard: Asus P8P67 Sound: Built in, low quality OS: Windows 7 Ultimate. Moitors: A full HD 24" Asus thing, and a old-as-anything 2nd monitor for stats and stuff.