Post your computers thread!

Discussion in 'Community' started by alphaone, Jul 14, 2004.

  1. alphaone macrumors 6502

    Aug 12, 2003
    Hi all. I did this once before a long time ago (like 2 years, on a different user name :) ), so I thought it would be fun to do it again. So post all of your comps here! Here's mine:
    Mac Rig:
    Dual 867 G4
    768MB RAM
    GeForce4mx 32MB :eek:

    Custom built PC Gaming Rig on Water Cooling (don't hate :p , I'll be sure to be enjoying Doom 3 and Half Life 2 on this baby :D ):
    AMD Athlon XP-M @ 2.6GHz (overclocked)
    Asus A7N8X Deluxe 2.0
    Sapphire 9800Pro 128MB @ 412/345 (overclocked core/ram)
    1GB Corsair 3200 DDR RAM
    and I use the soundsticks on here too, yes they work just fine on the PC

    Monitor for both:
    NEC 1760v 17" LCD w/16ms pixel response time (great for games).

    So...Post away!

    edit: btw, if you guys want pics of my water cooling setup I'll try and post some. Sorry I just got it set up and I can't help but want to show it off :cool:
  2. edesignuk Moderator emeritus


    Mar 25, 2002
    London, England
  3. BakedBeans macrumors 68040


    May 6, 2004
    What's Your Favorite Posish
    commadore 64... (i just love playing games from tapes )

    nah not really ive got a rev c powerbook....1.5 15inch
    i did had a g5 dual 1.8 2gb ram.... but it made the noiseyest of noises... so i sold it for top dollar....
  4. MattG macrumors 68040


    May 27, 2003
    Asheville, NC
    Right now I've got a Rev. A 1.25ghz Aluminum Powerbook with 1gb RAM, 80gb hard drive, Airport Extreme, and DVD-RW.

    At work (kinda counts as "mine" I guess) I use a DP 1.8ghz G5 with a 1gb RAM, 160gb hard drive, Airport Extreme, DVD-RW, with a Samsung 191T-Plus 19" LCD panel. I also have a 120gb Lacie USB2.0 drive hooked up to it, an Epson R200 printer, and a Canopos ADVC-100 (for capturing video from analog devices).
  5. crazzyeddie macrumors 68030


    Dec 7, 2002
    Florida, USA
    Powerbook Titanium 1ghz, 1GB RAM, Superdrive. Kinda seems worthless now that the G5's are here...
  6. 18thTomorrow macrumors 6502

    Apr 5, 2004
    The Alpha Quadrant
    Desktop: B&W G3 400 Mhz, 512 MB RAM, Jaguar, 5 GB & 40 GB Harddrives, 17" display

    Laptop: 1ghz 14" iBook, 512 MB ram, SuperDrive, Airport Extreme, Panther, to be delivered Monday, July 19

    PC 1: Gateway Pentium II, 256 MB ram, WinXP

    PC 2: Dell 450/Me, 50 Mhz, 24 MB ram, Win 3.1/Linux

    PC 3: Dell Dimension 4600 Pentium IIII, 512 MB ram, WinXP, Harmon Kardon speakers

    and that's all ;-)
  7. ExoticFish macrumors 6502a


    Dec 3, 2002
    The inner depths of madness, aka Kent, OH
    Mac - my main machine that never leaves my side and treats me right

    1GHz 12" PowerBook
    768MB RAM
    80GB HD w/ 120GB external HD
    32MB nVidia GeforeFX 5200 :rolleyes:

    Custom Built PC - my gaming & Linux machine
    Athlon XP 2400+ @ 2.06GHz (perhaps an upgrade to Athlon XP 3000+)
    512MB Crucial 2100 DDR RAM (soon upgrading to 1GHz Corsair 3200 DDR)
    Soyo Dragon KT600
    nVidia Geforce 4 Ti 4400 128MB (soon upgrading to probably GeforceFX 5900XT)
  8. Ajmbc macrumors regular

    Jan 29, 2003
    I have my baby, a 15" Powerbook @ 1.5 gHz, 128 mb vram, 512 mb ram, superdrive, 5400 rpm drive.

    I also have my 'old baby', a 14" G3 iBook @ 700 mHz, combo drive, 256 mb ram.

    I have an LC III with a huge 700 mb scsi hd, 24 mb ram, top of the line superdrive technology ;), with a stunning Apple 14" display, at a whopping 25 mHz.

    I also have an LC 580, with a 33 mHz processor, 24 mb ram, 500 mb ide hd, cdrom, floppy drive, etc...

  9. edesignuk Moderator emeritus


    Mar 25, 2002
    London, England
    Ok, I'll bite, and seriously this time ;)

    2002 Quicksilver, Dual 1GHz G4, 1GB RAM, 80GB+20GB HDD(s), SuperDrive, GF4MX. Mac OS X 10.3.4 + Tiger ;)

    Home built (w/ quality components!), P4 3.0GHz 800MHz FSB, 1GB RAM, 120GB+200GB+10GB HDD(s), DVD-RW, CD-RW, Hercules Radeon 9800 Pro. Win XP Pro SP1.

    Both are dual screen, sharing 2x NEC1810X 18" LCD's (dual input ;))

    IBM Thinkpad T21, PIII 800MHz, 512MB RAM, 20GB, CD-RW. Win XP Pro SP1.

    Home built, 1.4GHZ AMD Athlon, 768MB RAM, 20GB+40GB+120GB+120GB HDD(s), TNT2 Video, DVD-ROM. Win Server 2003 Ent.

    Family PC:
    Compaq Evo D510, P4 2.4GHz 533FSB, 40GB HDD, CD-RW. Win XP Pro SP1.

    Server & Family PC share a Sun 21" flat trinitron CRT via an Amulet K4Si KVM.

    Then there's 3 other PC's knocking about not doing anything much!
  10. WinterMute Moderator emeritus


    Jan 19, 2003
    London, England
    At home, a 17" rev A PowerBook Al 1Ghz, 1gig RAM, superdrive, airport extreme.

    eMac 700Mhz 1gig RAM, 80gig lacie firewire drive, Digidesign M-box, Dynaudio BM5 speakers, airport card, printer, scanner blah blah

    Airport extreme basestation.

    at work: 20 G5 2Ghz running Logic, Protools LE, FCP, DVDSP bunch of other stuff, 35 G4 duals of various speeds all running similar software, 24 studio Macs ranging from 667Mhz Quicksilvers to dual 2 gig G5's all with same software, except the surround and main rooms which all have G5's and ProTools HD.

    We hav a few PC's but they only run the academic records software HEMIS and room booking SEMIS, plus a couple of laptops for the room design/measurement package EFT5.

    All our academic staff now use PowerBooks or iMacs (15" and 17"), but I've got the only 17"PB.... Size matters after all. :D
  11. me_94501 macrumors 65816


    Jan 6, 2003
    This is a G3 household:
    iMac G3/500 MHz
    20 GB HD
    320 MB RAM
    CD-ROM Drive
    an amazingly powerful ATI Rage 128, 16 MB VRAM
    Mac OS X 10.3.4

    iBook G3/900 MHz
    12" screen
    40 GB HD
    384 MB RAM
    Combo drive
    Radeon Mobility 7500
    Mac OS X 10.3.4

    Mac Plus
    9" black-and-white screen
    20 MB HD
    4 MB RAM
    800k floppy drive
    System 7.0

    HP DeskJet 5150
    HP DeskWriter 550 (from back in the day. Still works too)

    FujiFilm FinePix 2600Z
    2.0 megapixels (it was mid-range when I got it)

    An old 15" Apple monitor that belonged to an old PowerMac 7500.
  12. belair macrumors 6502


    Jun 10, 2004
    I know it has been done already but this thread need pics.
  13. parrothead macrumors 6502a


    Sep 24, 2003
    Edmonds, WA
    I have a 1.25 Ghz 15" Powerbook with 512mb ram and a superdrive. I bought it about a week before the 1.5's were released D'oh!

    Also, I have a 700mhz G3 iBook with combo drive.

    30 GB iPod
    20 GB 2g iPod

    Maxtor 200 GB 7200rpm hard disk in Synchrotech External Enclosure.

    Airport Extreme Base Station
    USB 4 port hub
    Firewire 4 port hub
    Epson CSX5200 printer
    Sony Cybershot DSC50 2.0MP

    In Storage: Mac Classic
  14. musicpyrite macrumors 68000


    Jan 6, 2004
    Cape Cod
    I'm just going to name my Macs:
    Macintosh SE
    Macintosh SE/30
    Macintosh SE/30
    Preforma 400
    LC III
    G3 iMac
    G4 iMac

    Running OSs from 7.5 to 10.3
  15. Daveman Deluxe macrumors 68000

    Daveman Deluxe

    Jun 17, 2003
    Corvallis, Oregon
    My computer is a Rev. B PowerBook 12"...
    1 GHz G4
    768 MB RAM
    60 GB HD
    Combo drive
    AirPort Extreme
    Bluetooth (I didn't pay for it but they put it in anyway)

    My family has an eMac... I think Rev. C.
    1 GHz G4
    384 MB RAM
    40 GB HD
    Combo drive
  16. King Cobra macrumors 603

    Mar 2, 2002
    Main machine
    Power Mac G4 Cube
    30GB Hard Drive (as of this post)
    1GB RAM
    Original 15 inch refurbished Apple LCD display
    Audio: Cambridge Soundworks FPS2000

    Secondary machine
    iBook Graphite
    10GB Hard Drive
    320MB RAM (max.)
    Also has original screen sheet

    Needs to be cleaned again
    Bondi Blue iMac
    4GB Hard Drive
    192MB RAM
    24x CD-ROM
  17. krimson macrumors 65816


    Oct 29, 2003
    Democratic People's Republic of Kalifornia
    Here's my QS (See Specs below) :)


    Mum's got a Custom 2.0Ghz P4 nothing special about it.
  18. Nermal Moderator


    Staff Member

    Dec 7, 2002
    New Zealand
    Power Mac G4
    1.25 GHz
    1 GB RAM
    80 GB HD
    Combo Drive
    64 MB Radeon 9000 Pro
    OS 10.3.4

    IBM Aptiva
    633 MHz Celeron
    320 MB RAM
    20 GB HD
    Floppy Drive :eek:
    Integrated SiS 630 Video
    XP Pro
    Used instead of Virtual PC
  19. Megaquad macrumors 6502a

    Jul 12, 2001
    PowerBook 15" 1.33 GHz
    Combo-drive (gotta get one of those new 12x DVD burners, external)
    Firewire 120 GB firewire hard drive
    60 GB built-in HD
    768 MB RAM

    Blueberry iMac G3 350 MHz
    320MB RAM, 6 GB HD
    DVD, USB CDRW and other ancient stuff

    Attached Files:

  20. davecuse macrumors 6502


    Feb 20, 2004
    I think I have a pretty good setup.

    1) 1.5 Ghz 17" Powerbook G4, 1GB Ram, second 17" Apple Display, OS X 10.3

    2) HomeMade 1.7Ghz PIV, 256MB Ram, NVidia GeForce MX440, SuSe 9.1 soon to be hooked up through my home theatre running Freevo

    3) Dell 700Mhz PIII, 256MB Ram, Win XP (strictly for testing purposes)
  21. King Cobra macrumors 603

    Mar 2, 2002
    Those LEDs have got to be pretty damn bright during night hours since some of the blues showed up as white on the image. [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG]
  22. ravenvii macrumors 604


    Mar 17, 2004
    Melenkurion Skyweir
    Mac: specs in sig.

    PC: self-built gaming/linux rig; 2.66 P4, 9700 Pro, 512 MB DDR2700

    Both share a Samsung 172T monitor.
  23. krimson macrumors 65816


    Oct 29, 2003
    Democratic People's Republic of Kalifornia
    No LEDs (it's a CCT) there, that's an optical illusion (i guess you could call it), a combination of a few things.
    the reflection off the speaker which i kept in the original position as opposed to most people who do something similar, they'll remove the speaker all together. And the speaker grill also does funny things and concentrates the light...
    and that was shot in the dark, so the exposure was a bit longer than normal, cause it isn't that bright IRL.
  24. sushi Moderator emeritus


    Jul 19, 2002
    Quicksilver G4/933 with 1GB RAM, 700GB of HD space, SD and 22 Cinema Display
    - Primary machine

    PB15, G4/1.25, 1GB RAM, 80GB HD and SD
    - Becoming primary machine. QS is jealous!

    TAM, 603e/250, 128MB RAM, 20GB HD and CD-ROM
    - Upgraded with USB card and 10 Base-T CS card.

    Athlon XP 2500+, 256MB RAM, 40GB HD, CD-RW, Zip with 15inch TFT.
    - Overclocked
    - Test system

    Athlon XP 2500+, 256MB RAM, 40GB HD, CD-RW with 15 inch TFT.
    - Home system for work

    PowerMac G3 with 128MB RAM, 10GB HD and CD-ROM.
    - Serves as my Laserwriter 360 printer server.

    PowerMac 7600 w/Sonnet Tech G3/500 accelerator, 256MB RAM, 4GB HD, CD-ROM.

    iMac Rev A. Upgraded to 40GB HD.

    PB170 w/8MB RAM, 200MB HD & FD. Used until I got my PB15 last December. Still works well.

    Bunch of Newton devices (2000x1, 2100x3, eMate & 110).

    HP-71 IL system with FD and inkjet printer.

    This does not count the three computer systems that I threw out two weeks ago!

    ...and in the states, I have more computers in storage! Arg!

  25. paulypants macrumors 6502a


    Jun 17, 2003
    Buffalo, NY
    Just sold my G4 dual 1.25 MDD...


    12'' 1Ghz PowerBook G4

    300Mhz PowerMac G3
    6GB :rolleyes:

    20" Cinema Display

    On the way:

    Dual 2.0 PowerMac G5
    1GB RAM
    ATI 9600XT 128MB

    New 20" Cinema Display

    (I have some Athlon PC too, but it's a dust catcher :p)

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