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laptop

HP Omnibook XE3-L

Intel Celeron 1.1GHz

256 MB RAM

20 GB HD

15" screen

Win XP Home & Mandrake 9.1

 

home PC (just for test and a little internet browsing)

Intel Celeron 400 MHz

192 MB RAM

2GB HD :(

VGA Matrox Mystique

and some other crappy hardware

 

Running MDK 9.1 but I'm thinking about switching back to 8.2 for performance reasons.

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Home-made, of course!

Epox ep-8k9a

Athlon 1800+xp

256MB pc2700 DDR

Maxtor 20G ard drive

Maxtor 40G hard drive

Mitsumi 58X cdrom

Lite-on 241040 cdrw

Gforce2 gts 32Mb vidcard

Dlink nic

Soundblaster Live value

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Main- That I made (Win98, Win2k, MDK, Debian)

Antec case 3 fans

KingWin 350W Dual fan PSU (antec damaged by dying transformer)

Abit KD7 w/KT400

Athlon XP 1900+

256 PC2100 DDR

Maxtor 30BG HD

GeForce4 MX 440SE (gf2 damaged by dying transformer)

SB 16 PCI

Realtek onboard NIC

DVD (no-name/forgot)

HP 9100 CDRW

eView17p monitor

 

other/old (Win2k, MDK)

name=emachine 600is tower

Celeron 600

192 SDRAM

Seagate 10GB HD

Intel i810 onboard video

Crystal cs4281 sound

Linksys NIC

CDROM

Dell 990 19" monitor (on last leg)

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my (like always home made)

Abit IS7

P4 2.4@3.3Ghz

FSB 275/220

4x256mb OCZ PC3700

80gb SATA

120gb PATA

80gb PATA

Gf4Ti4200@325/600MHz

 

old

Abit NF7 v2.0

XP2500@2200MHz

2x 256mb Kingston PC2700

2x 30gb RAID0

Sound onboard

ATI Radeon 9700

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Desktop 1:

Abit KR7A133 non-RAID mobo

Athlon 1600XP

512 MB Crucial DDR2100

40 GB Maxtor 7200rpm UDMA 133

SB Live 5.1

Asus V3800 TNT2 32 MB video card

Viewsonic E53 monitor

Linksys LTE100TX nic

Logitech keyboard/optical mouse

Wingman Extreme joystick :lol:

 

Desktop 2:

Acer Aspire 5000e (7+ yrs old)

P II / 233

192MB RAM

LG Studioworks monitor

3-Com Nic

sound and modem not working yet

dual boot ML 9.1 and Win 95c

 

Laptop 1:

Toshiba Satellite 2850-S402

PIII/850 -- 384MB RAM--Nvidia GForce 16mb

Dual boot WinME ML 9.1

 

Laptop 2: Basket case experiment--bad floppy, and LCD out/used external monitor and text mode install :-)

Compaq Presario 1260 (AMD K6-2@333)

192MB RAM

Dual boot ML 9.0 Win 98

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My main machine:

ABIT BP6 with dual Celeron 433MHz processors

384MB ram

ASUS GeForce 3

4.5GB scsi UW, 7GB eide, 40GB UDMA 66(100) hard drives

Adaptec 2940U2W scsi card

Linksys Etherfast 10/100Mbps ethernet card

SB AWE32 ISA sound card

WACOM graphire graphics tablet

UltraPlex 32x ultra scsi CDROM, PlexWriter 16/10/40A ide CDRW, Sony (something or another) DVD rom

Viewsonic P775 17" monitor

LM8.1, win98 (for those pesky windows only programs)

 

 

Car PC (still under construction):

VIA M10000 with C3 Nehemiah 1GHz processor

256MB ram

1GB ide hard drive

Cute little 145W ATX power supply

12V to 120V, 75W inverter

Tons of onboard peripherals

LM9.1 for testing (I'm currently logged on from this machine)

 

 

Server:

Old Pentium 100MHz

48MB ram

1GB fast scsi hard drive

Adaptec 2940 scsi card

ATI Mach64 (for when it needs major servicing :wink: )

HP Laserjet 3 (for those really big printing jobs)

2x Linksys etherfast 10/100Mbps ethernet cards hardwired to use PCI interrupts B and C (motherboard has pre V2.0 PCI slots)

Creative 52x CDROM

LM8.1

 

 

Glitz.

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Desktop:

AMD 1.3Gig Athlon Thunderbird

512 MB

Radeon 7000 32MB

93.1gig of HD

CD-RW

DVD-ROM

 

Laptop:

AMD 1500+ Mobility

256MB DDR

Radeon 7000 Mobility

20Gig HD

CD-RW/DVD Combi

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Home-made PC:

- Abit BH6 motherboard

- Intel PII 350 processor

- 192MB RAM

- ATI rage128 AGP 16MB RAM graphics card

- SoundBlaster AWE64 PCI

- 8.5GB hard-drive (don't remember the brand)

- Creative CDRW burner

- ASUS DVD player

- Logitech keyboard and mouse (optical)

- Epson scanner and printer

 

Laptop (Toshiba Satellite 300CDS):

- P150 MMX

- 32MB RAM

- 2GB hard drive

- CD and floppy drives

 

The laptop acts as a X terminal to the PC.

 

Yves.

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Athlon-xp 2000+

768DDR

GeForce 4 ti_4200 128MB

sblive

dvd

cdr/w

ati tv card

80GB IBM

I can't remember the mobo I put in this one and my wife's, something with an "E" and was about $50. I'm cheap!

 

Toshiba Tecra 8100

P3 733

256MB

10GB hd?

Savage vidieo

yamaha ymfpci sound

cd/dvd

 

Wife has a Duron 1100, but it runs windex

3 Sun Box's, 1 HP-ux box and two old p133 & p200 box's.

 

& a Zaurus!

8)

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AthlonXP 1800

40 gb drive

30 gb drive

512 mb ram

GEforce2 MX400

AOpen soft modem

URS5610b hard modem

SB Live 5.1

CDROM

CDRW

VE150 LCD Monitor

optical mouse

generic floppy

Lexmark Z35 printer

2 Decent speakers (Optimus)

Mdk 9.1 on hda

Mdk 9.1 (for testing tinkering trashing trials) and win98se on hdb

nvidia 4496 (Finally!) thanks to James and aRTee :D

Corsair Microsomething Hydrocool watercooling

 

 

and a Compaq Deskpro 1.2 gb 32 mb ram that I used to use when all else failed :oops:

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Wow, everybody has such nice, new machines!!

 

I am running 9.1 on a Dell Latitude CPiA, PII 366, 256MB ram. Only thing I changed was the HD, upgrade to 20Gb.

 

Dual boot Win98. I think that partition is getting dusty. Havent seen windows in I dont know how long!

 

:mystilol:

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See sig, both systems self built. Upgraded as necessary.

 

Hostname: zurich; neuchatel

CPU: AthlonXP 2400+; Duron (morgan) 1GHz

Mobo: Asus A7V333; QDI KinetiZ7T

Chipset: Via KT333; Via KT133

Video: MSI GeForce 4ti4200-64MB; GeForce 2MX 32MB

Harddisks: Maxtor 60GB, Maxtor 120GB 8MB cache; Maxtor 15GB

Dvd-rom: Pioneer 105; Pioneer 103

CD-RW: Philips PCRW5224 52x24x52x; none

Audio: Soundblaster live 5.1; onboard stereo

Ethernet: Realtek 8139 based NIC; Realtek 8139 based NIC

Scanner: Epson Perfection 1660 Photo; none

Printers: Epson Stylus Color 740; Epson laser EPL-7500 (configured as HP LJII)

Webcam: Philips PCVC750K; none

Monitor: Nokia 445Xav Philips Garbo Home Cinema Projector; Philips 18" TFT

TV-Card: Hauppauge WinTV-FM; none

Mouse: Logitech MX700, Standard PS/2 wheelmouse; Logitech MX700, Standard PS/2 wheelmouse

Keyboard: us_int logitech internet keyboard; fr_ch standard keyboard

 

Scanner and printers are shared on the network, and there's an additional 1200dpi b/w laser on the network, a lexmark postscript printer.

 

My server is a PI 200MHz, 120MB RAM, 46+120GB drives, LS120 floppy. Realtek nic and onboard nic, 12xcdrom drive, sb32awe audio.

No monitor, no keyboard, no mouse.

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Wow, everybody has such nice, new machines!!

 

I am running 9.1 on a Dell Latitude CPiA, PII 366, 256MB ram.  Only thing I changed was the HD, upgrade to 20Gb.

 

Dual boot Win98.  I think that partition is getting dusty.  Havent seen windows in I dont know how long!

 

:mystilol:

 

You really should as root: rm -fr /mnt/windows

 

YOu have a nice machine compared to mine! But i get a new one next year, i just have to be patient....................................................................i can't wait any longer!! i want it now! :P

 

James

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Mine was an emachines etower 600DVD(from the uk, it was called something else in america i think. But it is virtually a home built pc now. Still not exactly cutting edge but it does what i want it to mostly

 

celeron 1Ghz

Trigem motherboard ( Ive never been able to find out exactly what it is )

256 MB SDram

Gainwood geforce 4 MX440

SBlive sound card

Phillips 48/12/8 CD-Writer

12x DVD Drive

30 Gig Maxtor HD

15 Gig Quantum HD

generic floppy

 

With

15" samtron monitor ( Hopefully to be a 17" with the 15" as a second screen)

generic keyboard

generic optical scrollmouse

and an old cannon BJC-4000 printer which works perfectly in linux (unlike my old lexmark)

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