Show off your system specs!

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by Shrek, Sep 29, 2002.

  1. macrumors 65816

    Shrek

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    #1
    What is the system specs for all the computers in your household (or just the one that you use most)? You can be as detailed or as specific as you like. If you happen to have a PC, you can list that, too. Here is mine:

    Dell Dimension 4400
    Windows XP Home Edition
    1.6GHz Pentium 4
    128MB DDR SDRAM
    20GB Hard Drive
    8X DVD-ROM Drive
    24X CD-R/CD-RW Drive
    16MB AGP Video Card
    Sound Blaster Sound Card
    56K Modem
    3COM 10/100 Network Card
    19" Dell M991 Trinitron Monitor
    Harmond Kardon Surround Sound Speakers with Subwoofer
    Dell QuietKey Keyboard
    Microsoft PS/2 Mouse

    Dell Dimension L500c
    Windows XP Home Edition
    500MHz Celeron
    384MB SDRAM
    13.8GB Hard Drive
    48X CD-ROM Drive
    250MB External USB Zip Drive
    32MB nVidia TNT2 Video Card
    16-bit Sound Blaster Sound Card
    3COM 56K Modem
    3COM 10/100 Network Card
    Motorola Surfboard Cable Modem
    19" Viewsonic Optiquest V95 Monitor
    Altec Lansing Surround Sound Speakers with Subwoofer
    Microsoft Natural Keyboard by Dell
    Microsoft 2-button Mouse
    Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback Pro Joystick
    Logitech USB Wingman Rumblepad Gamepad

    I know. They're PCs and they suck. The first one is my parents computer, so I don't use that one very much. The second one is mine and that is the one I use most of the time.

    C'mon 19-inch iMac! ;)
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    #2
    Pentium II
    300MHz
    Windows 98 (original edition)
    Nvidia GeForce 2MX
    Sound Blaster Audigy Gamer
    56x cd-rom
    12x cd-rw
    8 gig primary HD
    80 gig seconday HD
    Cambridge Soundworks 2.0 speakers
    Motorola Surfboard Cable Modem
    19" Dell M991 Trinitron Monitor
    Microsoft SmartKey Keyboard
    Logitec USB iFeel (touchy feely bumpy) mouse
    Thrustmaster
     
  3. macrumors 68020

    barkmonster

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    #3
    You'll all be so jealous ;-)

    Beige G3
    300Mhz G3, 512K L2 @ 150Mhz, 66Mhz FSB
    6Mb VRAM on built-in Rage II+ video
    320Mb PC66 SDRAM
    Internal 100Mb Zip
    6Gb 5400rpm System Drive
    60Gb 7200rpm Audio/storage Drive
    Audiomedia III card
    External Yamaha 8x8x24 SCSI CD Writer
    17" Diamondscan 70 monitor
    Pace 56K Voice modem (no longer in use due to cable)

    Yeah, it's old but I can't afford a new one for quite sometime. I might upgrade the cpu to a 500Mhz G3 or something soon but I really need a new one by this time next year.
     
  4. macrumors 65816

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    #4
    How come 3 out of 4 so far have been PCs? ;) Anyway, here's mine:-

    Powermac G4 Dual 867
    768MB
    60GB
    ATI Radeon 9000
    Apple 17" Studio Display
    Mac OS 10.2.1
    Lacie external 60GB firewire drive for audio
    Harmon Kardon Soundsticks/iSub (reference)
    Genelec 1030s/7050sub (monitors)
    MAudio Audiosport Quattro 4/4 audio interface
    DLink Bluetooth Adaptor (with T68i/isync - works like a dream!)
    iPod 10GB
    MOTU Digital Performer 3
    I suppose every system has to have a downside - Epson Stylus Photo 750 silver - looks good tho I suppose :p

    -mark
     
  5. macrumors 68000

    Over Achiever

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    #5
    Re: Show off your system specs!

    HP Pavillion N3410
    Windows XP Professional
    550 MHz AMD K6-II
    64MB PC100 SDRAM
    5GB Hard Drive
    24X CD Drive
    8MB Integrated Video
    56K v90 Modem
    Linksys Wireless Ethernet PC Card
    13.3" non-TFT 800x600 LCD
    Touchpad

    NEC Direction SPT 200
    Windows 95/RedHat 6.2(linux)
    200 MHz Pentium MMX
    32MB PC66 SDRAM
    3GB Hard Drive
    24X CD-ROM Drive
    4MB 9FX Reality 334
    16-bit Sound Blaster Sound Card
    3COM 56K Modem
    15" NEC C550 Monitor
    Altec Lansing Speakers
    Microsoft Intellimouse

    lol...I need a new computer! C'mon tibook! :D
     
  6. macrumors 6502a

    beez7777

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    #6
    17" iMac
    256 MB
    80 gig hd
    superdrive
    10.2.1
     
  7. macrumors 68030

    Catfish_Man

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    Portland, OR
    #7
    Beige G3 233MHz (Desktop)...

    ...384MB RAM
    30GB HD
    FireWire card
    USB card
    Formerly FireWire now internal ATA CD-RW
    Logitech optical wheel mouse
    2.1 speakers
    17" Sylvania F74 CRT Monitor
    ATI RageIIc 2MB (grrrrrrr...)
    Mac OS X 10.2.1
     
  8. macrumors 68000

    SilvorX

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    'Toba, Canada
    #8
    *sniff* yucky, most ppl here *including me* have pcs :(...so far

    currently: Windows heXPee Pro
    17" Panasonic Panasync monitor
    HP Pavilion 6535 tower
    40 gig 7200 rpm drive (heXPee)
    8 gig 5400 rpm drive (winblows 98)
    8x HP cd-r drive
    16x LG DVD rom drive
    466 mhz celeron processor
    192mb SDRAM
    M$ Intellimouse Optical mouse
    M$ Internet Keyboard Pro
    Logitech webcam
    HP Deskjet 710C printer
    HP ScanJet 3300C scanner

    ya i know its a peecee :(, but im supposed to be getting a mac soon :D
    wish me luck..
     
  9. macrumors 68020

    idkew

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    #9
    i feel i need to represent for all the mac people here...

    Rev. B Ti667 Modified Blue!!! (check out here: Look, picts are at bottom.)

    667Mhz G4
    1024MB RAM (PC133 2-2-2)
    IBM 5200rpm 48 GB 12MM Hard Drive
    DVD/CD-RW Built In
    Kesington StudioMouse (Desk)
    MacAlly Micro Mouse (Travel)
    Graphire Tablet
    CD Revo 24x CD-RW (Firewire)
    Epson Stylus Photo 820 (Broken piece of CRAP!)
    Keyspan Digital Media Remote

    -idkew
     
  10. macrumors 603

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  11. macrumors G4

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    #11
    Here we go.......

    Home built PC:
    Intel VC820 MB
    Intel PIII 666 Mhz
    ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon 32MB
    Creative Labs Soundblaster 5.1
    3Com 10/100 Ethernet adapter
    Samdung 8x DVD-Rom
    Sony 24x10x40 CD-RW
    Floppy [​IMG]
    56k modem [​IMG]
    Micro Innovations PS/2 keyboard
    Logitech USB Optical Mouse
    Windoze XP Pro SP1

    Gawd do I need ca$h.:(
     
  12. macrumors demi-god

    LethalWolfe

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    #12
    Re: Here we go.......

    Is that P3 w/the 100mhz or 133mhz FSB? If it's 133 I bet you could OC it to 800-900mhz.

    My specs

    Homebuilt PC:
    Win2k
    P3 800mhz
    512megs PC133 SDRAM
    2x20gig Maxtor Diamondplus 7200RPM HDD
    Matrox G450 32meg video card
    Gigabyte 60XM7E mobo
    SBLive! X-Gamer 5.1 soundcard
    OEM DVD-ROM
    USB HP CD-r/w (really need a new, internal burner)
    Linksys NIC
    US Robotics 56k modem

    Mac:
    OS 10.1.5
    Dual gig quicksilver
    1 gig PC133 SDRAM
    60gig Maxtor Diamondplus 7200RPM HDD (stock)
    40gig Maxtor Diamondplus 7200RPM HDD (audio capture HDD)
    2x80gig Maxtor Diamondplus 7200RPM HDD (video capture)
    Superdrive

    Both computers, via KVM, share:
    Apple Pro keyboard
    Microsoft Intellimouse optical
    17" Samsung 700NF Monitor
    17" Generic monitor
    Boston Acoustic<sp?> BA635 speakers


    Lethal
     
  13. macrumors G4

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    Re: Re: Here we go.......


    I think it is 133. Is there some way you can tell without opening it up?
     
  14. macrumors G3

    jelloshotsrule

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    #14
    hmm. so that's a dp 800 with 1.12 gb ram running x.2

    gf2mx (blah)
    superdrive
    45 and 40 gb internal drives. 120 and 22 gb external firewire drives.
    5 gb ipod...
    some speakers. 15" apple flat and 19" old ass apple crt......

    guess that's it
     

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  15. Retired

    jefhatfield

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    #15
    1999 ibook
    300 mhz g3
    160 mb ram
    4 mb video ram/ agp
    3 gb hard drive
    os 9

    1999 compaq presario 1272 laptop
    366 mhz amd k6-2
    160 mb ram
    2 mb video ram/ pci
    4.3 gb hard drive
    windows 98/windows 2000

    1996 beige box pc desktop
    150 mhz pentium
    32 mb ram
    windows nt 4.0 server
     
  16. macrumors 65816

    evildead

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    #16
    my mac

    867MHz G4 QuickSilver
    1.2GB RAM
    2x60GB 7200 RPM Drives
    17in Apple LCD
    12x CD-R (no super drive)
    SoundSticks & iSub
    Internal Zip 250
    USB Floppy
    USB 2.0 5 Port PCI card
    OS 10.2.1

    Rev-A iMac
    466MHz G3 (after market)
    192MB RAM
    4GB Drive
    USB Que! 4x CD-R
    USB Zip100
    USB Floppy
    OS 10.1.5

    Dell Laptop
    1.1GHz
    512 RAM
    15in LCD
    CD-R/DVD combo drive
    Win2000

    NEC laptop
    233Mhz PII
    12in LCD
    2GB Drive
    64MB RAM
    Win2000
     
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    kibit

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    Illinois
    #17
  18. macrumors 6502a

    Rajj

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    #18
    Powerbook G4 400Mhz
    512MB Ram
    40GB HDD 5400 rpm
    60GB Firewire HDD 7200 rpm
    Firewire Burner 24x10x32
    10 GB iPod stationary scroll wheel
    Logitec Z-560 THX
    Airport Base Station Dual Ethernet
    Airport Card
    Extra Li-Ion Battery
    Titanium notebook case
    $4,000 in software:p
    Jaguar .1
    Fuji Film 2800
    Samsung I-300
    Lexmark Z65


    *Custom Built PC
    AMD Athlon XP 1700+
    Overclocked to 1.73 Ghz
    120GB HDD
    256 MB Ram
    24x10x32 Burner
    Windows XP Pro

    Other hardware that I can't find:mad:

    Many PC's Under my belt!;)

    Too bad I can't build Mac's:mad:

    *PC is used for Kazaa only!!;) :p
     
  19. macrumors 6502a

    taeclee99

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    Anywhere but here
    #19
    Windows XP Professional
    1.33 AMD Athlon Thunderbird
    Abit KG7 Raid Motherboard
    512MB 2100 DDR SDRAM
    60GB Seagate 7200 RPM Hard Drive
    120GB WD 7200 RPM Hard Drive
    80 GB QPS external firewire HD
    Pioneer AO3 DVD-R Drive
    40X Plexwriter CD-R/CD-RW Drive
    64MB AGP Visiontek Geforce 3 Ti500 Video Card
    Sound Blaster Live 5.1 Platinum Sound Card
    Linksys 10/100 Network Card
    Orance Micro Firewire/USB 2.0 card
    19" Sony G400 Trinitron Monitor
    Klipsch 5.1 Promedia Speakers
    Logitech Keyboard
    Microsoft Intelimouse Explorer 3.0 USB Mouse
    Microsoft Sidewinder Force feedback 2
     
  20. arn
    macrumors god

    arn

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    Official MacRumors.com Mac

    I'm sure you've all been dying to know where macrumors development/production occurs:

    Dual 800 G4 Quicksilver
    21" and 19" Dual screen Sony Displays
    1.5GB RAM

    lots o drive space too.
    arn
     
  21. macrumors 68000

    mc68k

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    #21
    9600/300
    --
    XLR8 G4/450
    768 MB FPM 60ns interleaved DIMMs
    Adaptec 29160N U160 SCSI Card
    Radeon Mac Edition 32 MB DDR
    Adaptec Duo Fiwi/USB2
    Zip 100 SCSI Internal
    Yamaha 2100S Ultra-SCSI 16.10.40x
    Seagate Cheetah U160 15K 18GB HDD
    Apple Adjustable Keyboard
    Logitech Wireless USB Mouse
    390W Power Supply
    OS 10.2.1 using XPF
    OS 9.2.2/9.1 Hybrid

    Umax S900
    --
    My former parts machine

    Performa 630CD

    Apple IIGS

    7200/75
    --
    Upgraded w/Sonnet Crescendo g3/400
    OEM Rage 128

    5GB iPod w/Remote
    --
    3rd iPod I've owned, other 2 were broken and replaced
     
  22. macrumors G4

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    (off-topic: Happy birthday mc68k!:D : on-topic)
     
  23. Moderator emeritus

    eyelikeart

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    Metairie, LA
    #23
    My TiBook

    here's my personal machine...
     

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  24. Moderator emeritus

    eyelikeart

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    #24
    and here's my work computer...

    G4 400 AGP...
     

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  25. macrumors 601

    Backtothemac

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    San Destin Florida
    #25
    Well,
    Here is my PowerBook.

    The iMac at home is a
    G3 600 FlowerPower
    1GB of Ram
    40GB
    CDRW

    Eye, Duke. Notice I figured out how to paint over the important stuff. Wipes tear from eye. Nothing like figuring out your first trick in Photoshop ;)
     

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