GP shows off their PC builds/specs

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    Case & Powersupply - Foxconn 38 Case / ENERMAX Noisetaker II 485w Dual Fan
    Motherboard - ASUS M2NPV-MX
    CPU - AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (Dual Core)
    Ram - 1GB Transcend DDR2 667MHz
    Graphics - ATi Radeon X850XT 256MB
    Sound - Sound Blaster Extigy, Altec Lansing 151i 5.1, Sennheiser HD555's
    Harddisk Setup - 160GB Seagate Hard Drive 8MB Cache SATA II
    Cooling solutions - Evercool 120mm Ever Green, 80mm Vantec Stealth Exhaust, Vantec Iceberq 6, 90mm side intake
    Current Modifications/Overclocks : CPU at 4.0 ghz

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    New case~

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    Picked up a new toy today

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    its old, but it got deleted here ages ago

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    lites off

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    Well, kinda built a new cheap system for myself.

    Case & Powersupply: Lian-Li PC-7B, Raidmax 650w
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-N650SLI-DS4
    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6320
    Ram: 2GB Corsair
    Graphics: Gigabyte Geforce 8800GTS 320mb
    Sound: Soundblaster Live
    Harddisk Setup: 2x80gb Seagate RAID 0, 2x WD 250gb, 1x Seagate 180gb, 1x Seagate 200gb
    Cooling solutions: OEM Heatsink
    Current Modifications/Overclocks : N/A
    Monitors: Primary. 19" LCD Viewsonic VX192. Secondary. 32" Bravia V Series.

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    Case and Power Supply: Coolermaster Scout with Corsair TX750w psu
    Motherboard: Asus P7P55D-E Pro
    CPU: i5 750 2.66 Lynnfield
    RAM: 4gig Corsair Dominator 1600mhz
    Graphics: XFX 4870x2
    Sound Card: On-board
    HD Samsung F3 1tb
    Cooling: Noctua NH-U9 CPU Heatsink with Noctua NH-R8 80mm fan 1x Coolermaster 140mm on the front
    1x Coolermaster 140mm on the back
    1x Scythe (ultra thin) 120mm on top
    Cooling Control: Aerocool Fan Controller (touch screen)
    Monitor: 23.6" Asus LED VE247
    Mouse: Logitech G500
    Keyboard: Logitech G15

    Only basic mod so far is changing the original top case fan (Coolermaster 140mm fan) to a Scythe 120mm ultra slim fan due to the fact the original fan wouldn't fit with the mobo 8-pin power connection getting in the way. Might bling it out with some cathodes and LED fans as it's such a dark case

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    case and psu: a home made speaker stand and psu is some POS 400watt thing
    motherboard: asrock 775i65pe
    cpu: intel celeron D 352 @ 4.2ghz (yea go da chader mill)
    ram: some no name brand of 512 ddr400
    gpu: gigabyte gf7600gs @ stock 400/400
    sound card: onboard
    hdd: a westy digi wd800 (its been in 4 of my setup and stills runs as good as the day i got it)
    monitor: phillips 107s 17"
    mouse: is the good old ime 3.0 on xray skates

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    Well I thought I would put up pic's of the state my A64 3500/7600GT system is in at the moment. (I am painting my TJ07 so it has no home for a while)

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    Hahahaha! Loving your setup, Sapper ;D

    Here is my PC now plumbed for water.

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    lapp wrote:
    Hahahaha! Loving your setup, Sapper ;D
    Hehehe thanks

    I just slapped on a Silverstone Fan controller.....(I have a Silverstone VFD display unit to use as well)

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    Current specs:

    Case & Powersupply - Thermaltake Tsunami Dream + Enermax 535w PSU
    Motherboard - DFI Infinity UltraII M2
    CPU - Brisbane 3600+ @ 2.9Ghz
    Ram - 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix @ DDR2-960 4-4-4-10 1T
    Graphics - Albatron 8800GTS 320mb @ 612Mhz/936Mhz Core/Mem
    Sound - Onboard lolz
    Harddisk Setup - 250GB WD 16mb SATA + 160GB Seagate 8MB IDE
    Monitor - Acer 19" Widescreen 5ms LCD (1440*900)
    Cooling solutions - CM Hyper TX CPU HSF, 120mm front intake, 80mm side intake, 120mm rear exhaust

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    current rig

    cpu: AMD 3500+ 939
    Mobo: Some nforce pos
    ram: 1gb of crappy ram
    gpu: leadtek 6600gt (pcie)
    psu: jumbofan (lol) 500w, its really cheap and nasty.
    case: a generic black one
    hdd: 120gb
    cooling: one case fan \o/
    sound: audigy2 zs (which is fkn awesome)

    Im actually going in to dragonpc today to price up a new rig.
    new case with better cooling, e6600, 2gb adata ddr (800), 320gb hdd. and for the mobo im looking at a gigabyte LGA775 with 1333 fsb, its not SLI, but im not really worried about that.

    i have already purchased an enermax liberty 620watt psu and an XFX 8800gts (320mb) gpu, So Im pretty much good to go. I might buy a cooler so i can OC but i havent decided on that yet

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    Just built a new one so thought i'd better post.

    Case & Powersupply - Yeong Yang Callisto Mid-Tower; Enermax Liberty 400W
    Motherboard - Asus P5K vanilla
    CPU - [email protected] (400x7)
    Ram - 2x1GB SuperTalent DDR2-800 5-5-5-12
    Graphics - Albatron 8800GTS 640MB @ 567/837/1296 (core/mem/shader)
    Sound - Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer (running 5.1 with creative speakers)
    HDD - 250GB WD 16MB SATA
    Monitor - ViewSonic VA2010WB 20.1" WS 5ms (1680x1050)
    Cooling - Stock C2D HSF, 120mm power exhaust, 90mm intake, 90mm exhaust

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    *UB = Unknown Brand

    Case/PSU - *UB/Silverstone Strider ST56F 560W
    MBoard - ASUS P5B
    CPU - Intel C2D E6420 @ 2.13GHz
    RAM - 2 x 1GB Super Talent PC2-6400
    Graphics - Was a Palit NVidia 7300GS, now a Sapphire X1950Pro!
    Monitor: 2 x 19" CMV LCD WScreen
    Sound - Creative SB Audigy 2 ZS Platinum (with Creative ITrigue 3400 2.1 Speaker system)
    HDD Setup - Seagate 80GB + Seagate 320GB + WD 250GB (SATAII Config.)
    Cooling Solutions - Zalman CNPS9700 NT
    Current Mod/OC - E6420 @ 3.0GHz

    Updated: Intel system - Threw my old PQI ram back in, 4 x 1GB DDR2-800.
    3GHz orthos stable - CPU Freq @ 376MHz - VCore @ 1.41v - NBCore @ 1.4v - RAM Timings 5-5-5-15

    Case/PSU - iCute QH01/470W PSU
    MBoard - Gigabyte 7VM400-RZ
    CPU - Athlon XP 2400+ @ 2GHz
    RAM - 2 x 512MB *UB PC-2700
    Graphics - XFX NVidia 6800XT 256MB
    Monitor - 19" CMV LCD WScreen
    Sound - Onboard ... lol
    HDD Setup - Seagate 40GB + Seagate 160GB
    Cooling Solutions - TT Extreme Volcano 12
    Current Mod/OC - Nil

    ASUS A2D Laptop
    CPU - Athlon XP-M 2600+ @ 2GHz
    MBoard - ASUS A2D
    RAM - 2 x 512MB *UB
    Graphics - ATi Mobility Radeon 9600
    Sound - Creative SB Live External (With Creative Inspire P380 2.1 Speaker System)
    HDD Setup - 80GB HDD *UB
    Cooling Solutions - Nil
    Current Mod/OC - Nil

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    Raidmax 420W
    Gigabyte GA400L
    Athlon XP 2500 @ 2.3
    2x512 DDR400
    GF7600GS @ 450MHz
    Samsung 931BW
    Creative XFI XtremeGamer
    Logitech Z4
    80GB + 40GB HDD

    Laptop (Asus):
    PentiumM 1.74
    2x512 DDR533
    80GB HDD

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    Case & Powersupply - Lian Li PC-7B + Stock PSU
    Motherboard - DFI Infinity
    CPU - AM2 3800+ X2
    Ram - 2GB G.Skill DDR2-667
    Graphics - ATI Sapphire x1950 PRO 512mb
    Sound - Onboard
    Harddisk Setup - Seagate 320GB and a Seagate 250GB
    Cooling solutions - Stock air cooling
    Current Modifications/Overclocks : None.

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    Case & Powersupply - Lian Li PC7A Plus, Silverstone 750 Quad 12v ST75ZF
    Motherboard - Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe
    CPU - FX60 @ 3Ghz (250 x 12)
    Ram - 4 x 512mb Adata
    Graphics - Sapphire HD 2900XT
    Sound - Creative Audigy 2 ZS
    Harddisk Setup - 2 x 36Gb Western Digital Raptors in RAID 0, 1 x Seagate 120Gb storage
    Monitor - Dell 20" 2007WFP Ultrasharp (1680*1200)
    Cooling solutions - Swiftech Apex Ultra Water Cooling Kit

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    Case & Powersupply - Lian Li PC7B Plus, Enermax 485W NoiseTaker II
    Motherboard - Asus P5N-E SLi 650i
    CPU - E6420
    Ram - 2x1GB SuperTalent DDR2-800 4-4-3-8
    Graphics - Gigabyte 8800GTS 320MB
    Sound - X-Fi XtremeMusic
    Harddisk Setup - 36GB Raptor, WD 500GB SATAII, WD 80GB
    Monitor - Samsung 226BW 22" Widescreen LCD
    Cooling solutions - Thermaltake Big Typhoon

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    Case - Thermaltake Soprano (Black with side window)
    Powersupply - Enermax 485watt NoiseTaker II
    Motherboard - Abit AN8 Fatal1ty (OTES RAMflow cooling) Image
    CPU - AMD FX-57 (Stock Cooling)
    Ram - 4 x 1gig Adata (no idea other than the brand name)
    Graphics - Leadtek 6800 Ultra PCi-e
    Moniter - Viewsonic 17" LCD
    Sound - onboard
    Speakers - Logitech X530
    Hard disk Setup - 2 x 36gig Raptors (RAID 0) 1 x 120gig WD
    Cooling solutions - 1 x 120mm intake, 1 x 120mm exhaust, 1 x 80mm side exhaust, OTES RAMflow
    Keyboard - Logitech G15
    Mouse - Logitech G5

    Current Modifications/Overclocks - None.

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    not mine but thought it was funny

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    Case & Powersupply - Coolermaster Elite 330, Coolermaster Extreme Power 650w Super Silent
    Motherboard - Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe
    CPU - AMD X2 5600+ @ 3ghz
    Ram - 2 x 1gig G-Skill @ DDR2-1000
    Graphics - XFX 8800 GTS 640mb
    Sound - Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer
    Harddisk Setup - Seagate Barracuda 320gig
    Monitor - Samsung Syncmaster 931BW
    Cooling solutions - Zalman CNPS9500 AM2

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    New specs:

    Case & Powersupply - Thermaltake Tsunami Dream + Enermax 535w PSU
    Motherboard - DFI Infinity UltraII M2
    CPU - Windsor F3 5600+ @ 3.22Ghz
    Ram - 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix @ DDR2-920 4-4-4-8 1T
    Graphics - Albatron 8800GTS 320mb @ 612Mhz/918Mhz Core/Mem
    Sound - Onboard lolz
    Harddisk Setup - 250GB WD 16mb SATA + 160GB Seagate 8MB IDE
    Monitor - Acer 19" Widescreen 5ms LCD (1440*900)
    Cooling solutions - CM Hyper TX CPU HSF, 120mm front intake, 80mm side intake, 120mm rear exhaust

    Hey sloane, I'd be keen to see some of your benchmarks in the 3dmark thread

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    Case & Powersupply - Black Icute Case (Big jetfan at the front) with Task 450W PSU
    Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3
    CPU - Intel E2140 @ 3Ghz (375x
    Ram - 2x Transcend JetRam @ 750Mhz 4-4-4-12 2T
    Graphics - Palit 7900GS @ 580/720
    Monitor - Viewsonic Flat CRT PF790 1280x1024 @ 85Hz (not bad for $9.80 )
    Sound - SB Audigy 2 ZS
    Harddisk Setup - 160GB Seagate SATA2
    Cooling solutions - Everything is stock, with no case fans/air intake lolz

    Budget but quality gaming ftmfw