This is returning the subject about OS Tak, so here talk about what you have heard about computers, about what your school's computer uses, what operating system you have, etc (PCs that is).
Example: Your computer's OS, your computer model and specs...
There's a similar topic already, although the topic title is misleading. I'll change the title on the other one, since it was here first. I'll close this one.
I'll reopen this, as the other went off topic and such. Sorry Shigeru-san! ^_^;;
Dell Demension 2350
Intel Celeron Processor At 2000 Mhz
30 Gb Harddrive
Windows Xp Professional
Liteon Dvd 16x Max Drive
128 Mb Memory
6 Usb Ports
Dell Quiet Keyboard
Logitech Optical Mouse
BOADCOM 100MPS/10MB INTERGRATED NETWORK CARD
32 MB INTEL INTERNAL EXTREME GRAPHICS.
I have a Dell Dimesion 8100 with....
-Pentuim 4 processor
-20 gb hard drive
thats all I can think of at the moment.
Don't worry about it Kairi (and ignore the PM I sent you).
Anyway, I like my Macintosh, because the operating system it has is fast enough for me, but my dad wants to buy a Windows computer because of it's speed O.o
It's about 333MHz, enough for me, and it has a built-in modem, ethernet, 2 USB ports and 256 MB of RAM.
However I broke it's CD drive *upset*
Heres my apple computer
100 MHZ ~ POWER PC PRE G3
128K Whatever it is called
Floppy Drive (I got the metal peice of the floppy stuck in there. :()
CD Drive (my only way to send infomation from my PC)
Intergrated modem (28.8 mps)
3 MB Video Card (that stinks... really)
1.2 GB Harddrive (big enough for me for now. :D)
32 MB Memory (self installed by me)
3 Years old
52X CD Drive
120 Gb Hard Drive
1.79 GHz P4
Windows XP Professional Service Pack 1
Junky ATI graphics card
17" Gateway Flat Panel Monitor
And here is one for my old pc that has my downloads and whatnot on it.
-Dell Demension XPS P200s
-12x cd rom drive (pitiful..)
-1.99 gb hard drive
My iMac is an all-in-one 333MHz G3, which is not too fast compared to latest PowerMacs such as the G5, 256 MB of RAM isn't enough... my computer keeps using Virtual Memory :/ ...... It runs Mac OS X 10.2 (I need 10.2.6), and unfortunately the ATI Rage Pro graphics card doesn't take advantage of Quartz, therefore it's really not good for graphics. In fact the rendering is a bit wonky. The monitor is built-in as this is an all in one, my keyboard is a Logitech Elite Pro, the mouse is Intellimouse Explorer.
I have a PC made by Shining Arcanine Inc. Running Windows XP. Here are the specifications:
2.4GHz P4 Processor w/800MHz FSB
1GB of RAM
ATI AIW 9700 Pro Video Card
That's a very nice computer Shining Arcanine! You built it yourself eh? Was it the first one you built? How old is it? How much did it cost to make? What sort of case/cooling do you have in it?
Well here is is my computer (the one that is not on the internet).
Computer: HP Pavilion 255c
Monitor: 15" Flat Panel Monitor (or the HP Pavilion vf51)
Windows: XP Home Edition
Hard Drive: 70.4 GB
Memory: DDR SDRAM Memory 512 MB, NVIDIA GeForce4 MX graphics with 64 MB of DDR SDRAM
Processor: AMD Athlon XP Processor 2.1 GHz
DVD: DVD Video/Rom 16x Max Drive
CD: CD/CD-RW Combo Drive
Floppy: 3 1/2 Inch Floppy Disk Drive
Ports: 2 USB and 1 IEEE 1394
I've got a wireless keybord and mouse
CD burner, dvd player,cd-rom floppy space,
printer, 3 speakers
pentium 4 processor and sound card
The best graphics card money can buy.Thats all i know i got it last friday.
Btw, it uses the Intel 875P (Canterwood) motherboard and Corsair memory modules.
Wow that's looking like a very sophisticated computer... was it?
It's software and speed overwhelmed me when I first used it. Now I think it's slow. lol
Actually, I am thinking of replacing my 200GB WD Special Edition Caviar HD with a RAID 0 setup of 72GB WD Raptor HDs. That should take care of the speed issues (all due to the sluggish 20Mbps transfer from the HD). Then using the 200GB drive for weekly backups to negogiate the increased risk of data loss caused by RAID 0. Of course it would take me a while to procure the funds required to do so.
I buy cheap computers. as long as it works, thats fine with me. :P
I wish i had a P4 though, not a crappy celeron processor.
Macintosh PowerBook G3
with Mac OS X Version 10.2.6
Memory: 320 MB
Processor: 292 MHz PowerPC G3
I have Nec speakers, and an Epson Stylus C82 printer with DURABrite ink.
I wished I had a better computer...
Well that computer is much better than my crappy iMac... I mean 333MHz isn't taken advantage of... the RAM on my iMac is not so used.
Well, here's my computer's specs, while not the greatest in the world, it gets things done.
OS: Windows XP Professional SP1
Processor: AMD Athlon XP 1.7 Ghz
Video Card: NVidia GeForce3 64Mb DDR VRAM
HD: 52GB (2 disks - 12 GB and 40 GB, partitioned into 20 GB partitions)
Memory (RAM): 512 MB DDR
Sound: Gineric onboard sound, I typically use headphones now
Fastest AMD AthlonXP (but not a 64-bit)
ATI All-in-Wonder Radeon 9600 (so I can also record from a TV signal!)
Lol, the service pack one merely means you passed Microsoft's authenticity test. Most people would shrug it off and say "Well, if I don't download SP1 they can't catch me". The thing is, programs now "look" for SP1 on an XP machine, and if they don't see it they won't install. You probably knew this already though. ^_^;
Service Pack 1 screwed up my computer. Orginally it's preinstalled with Windows XP Home Edition SP1. I installed XP Professional which isn't SP 1 and then it screwed up AOL 7.0.
Chain Recaction eh?. :P
It screwed up the laptop too... My mom yelled at me so we had to start the OS over again. :P
3.4GHz P4 Extreme Edition processor
Another GB of TWINX Corsair RAM
Dual 72GB WD Raptor HDs
New case and processor fans.
Namebrand 300Watt Power Supply
External IDE HD Bay
That should just about cover it. lol Anyway, I suggest going for the soon to be released P4 Extreme Edition. It is faster than AMD's chips (current 3.2GHz P4 also is faster) and is pretty much a repackaged Xeon MP processor.
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