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Postby Ante » Sun 2 Apr 2006 16:11

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It's about time to move on.

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OS Name   Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Processor   x86 Family 15 Model 3 Stepping 4 GenuineIntel ~2394 Mhz
Total Physical Memory   768,00 MB

C: Size   19,53 GB (20 974 428 160 bytes)
D: Size   129,51 GB (139 064 774 656 bytes)



+ wireless mouse & keyboard and 15" TFT monitor

Happy happy happy!

As a reference the machine on the left is my old PC that has been serving me since November 1998 and has been in daily use!
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Postby gail » Sun 2 Apr 2006 16:19

Congratulations, Ante! 8)

What game will you play on it first?
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Postby V.N. » Sun 2 Apr 2006 16:24

Quite a lovely machine
(8/29/2010)
1 year, my grouchy love <3
1 howling year!
And haven't we both enjoyed it?
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Postby Ante » Sun 2 Apr 2006 16:28

gail wrote:Congratulations, Ante! 8)

What game will you play on it first?


Uh... most un-adventurish Quake III :) Just want to see how it performs.

Edit: Runs like a dream on 1024 x 768 resolution.
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Postby David » Mon 3 Apr 2006 15:19

its nice pc indeed! what video card have you got there?
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Postby Ante » Mon 3 Apr 2006 16:01

Ok, that's the bottle neck of the system. It's integrated on motherboard so I was already looking for ATI x800 cards that fit to PCI slot. Another feature that needs to be upgraded is memory. But later later. At the moment I need this for making music and that's why there's not really need to have powerful graphic card.

But now...
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(It's the demo untill I get the whole package from Senta)
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Postby Pifou » Mon 3 Apr 2006 17:33

Hi,

it's the beginning of Still Life !...
i liked very much this game, it's a good adventure game Ante... good for u imo :wink:

New pc here too guy :
- ASUS A8V - MX serie, system bus 1 GHz
- AMD Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2 GHz
- 2 x 512 Mb DDR-SDRAM PC3200
- Graphic integrated GeForce 6150 (for the moment... i'm waiting for the money... :) )
- HDD S-ATA 250 Go 7200 rpm

This pc is a rocket... Windows xp pro SP2 start-up in 40 seconds... :shock:

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Postby gail » Mon 3 Apr 2006 21:14

Good for you, Pifou! :D I have absolutely no complaints about XP Pro either. I have not had to defrag or run scandisk for 3 months now. :shock: Hurray! :D
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Postby David » Tue 4 Apr 2006 22:20

Ante wrote:Ok, that's the bottle neck of the system. It's integrated on motherboard so I was already looking for ATI x800 cards that fit to PCI slot. Another feature that needs to be upgraded is memory. But later later. At the moment I need this for making music and that's why there's not really need to have powerful graphic card.




please dont tell me that you dont have agp slot there :O

pifou...that is a nice pc! mine is a bit similar..same cpu but different motherboard...k8v se delux. ihave 512 rams atm, but should get some very soon. had 1gb but when parents bought pc they 'forgot' to buy rams..so i lend them.
i have radeon9800pro which has begun to show how old it is. i can barely play oblivion game. i wont be upgrading gfx for maybe another year or 2 :P

gail i still recomend you to run defrag once in a while;)
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Postby Ante » Wed 5 Apr 2006 04:05

David wrote:please dont tell me that you dont have agp slot there :O


Why shouldn't I tell you that. I have two free PCI slots. The card I mentioned is available for AGP and PCI. I don't mind the difference, should I?
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Postby Senta » Wed 5 Apr 2006 11:08

Cool Ante 8)
There really is a huge different in size.

Congratulations :D
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Postby Ante » Tue 25 Apr 2006 15:53

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New monitor!

(And new keyboard & mouse as well.)
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Postby gail » Tue 25 Apr 2006 22:36

Great monitor, Ante. 8) Enjoy it!

My set-up is below.
Thanks to Niniendo and David's advice, I have a system that I'm very happy with. :D

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Postby imagine » Wed 26 Apr 2006 00:23

Almost the same keyboard and mouse as you gail and Ante, I just get the mx5000!
As I can see you have the mx3000, logitech are pretty good 8)
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Postby gail » Thu 27 Apr 2006 16:50

It sounds like you went for the top of the mouse/keyboard combo line, Imagine. :D I'm very happy with the MX3000.
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