View Full Version : Post Your Computer Specs - 2010

March 14th, 2010, 1:10 AM
So I haven't seen one of these in ages and I was keen to bring it back, so here it is. Here, you can and should post the specs of your current computer(s) and discuss them with other PCers who happen to be enthralled with them. I'm not sure which version this is, so I've dubbed it the 2010 version. :D

Just a request, though: please post the specs of your computer to an adequate degree. "lolz i can haz toshibaa" is pointless, just as "I have 2GHz and a 120GB HDD" doesn't give away a whole lot.


Detailed Specs (Brand, Model, Speed/Capacity, etc) for each major part
Benchmarks (eg. 3DMark, WEI, etc. If we get enough, I could keep a leaderboard in the OP)
Links to photos
Comments and Explanation


I'll start off, I guess.

Unnamed Gaming Rig

AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 4GHz (1.43v)

Cooler Master Hyper 212+ HSF

Gigabyte GA-785GT-UD3H (AM3/DDR3)
4 GB DDR3-1333 Kingston RAM
Sapphire Vapor-X Radeon 5770 @ 960/1375
Western Digital Black 1 TB
Thermaltake M9 - Windowed Case
Windows 7 Professional x64

3DMark Vantage - 9927

It had been a while since I ventured into PC gaming, so I had to start from scratch with this machine, which meant I had to choose the best components for a machine I could later upgrade. As a result, I went with the best possible AMD CPU, but went with a mid-range graphics card. Quiet operation was also an important factor, hence the aftermarket HSF and the Vapor-X card. The PSU is rather "budget" but they're reliable, nonetheless and it will do until I move onto a Silverstone.

Internal Photo
What do you think? Suggestions are welcome.

Post away, guys.

March 14th, 2010, 2:14 AM
mine is a little old but i don't care

*Pentium 4 2.8Ghz
*Intel Mother Board
*1.5Gb DDR Ram
*Geforce 5500 Fx 256MB Graphics
*ST3160215A ATA 160GB Data
*LG DVD Ram Drive
*Windows Vista Home Premium will not upgrade to Windows 7 until 1 year has passed or when they fix all the bugs

if you are gonna tell me to upgrade i am going to say why, when my computer is really what i want

Misaka Shiori
March 14th, 2010, 8:41 AM
Tohno Minagi - Late 2006 Macbook Pro (MacBookPro2,2)
(Mainly used when I'm at home and developing/programming stuff)
Intel Core 2 Duo T7400 at 2.16 GHZ (4MB L2 Cache)
3 GB DDR2 667Mhz RAM (2GBx1 and 1GBx1)
320 GB Hitachi 7200 RPM HD
ATi Radeon Mobility X1600 with 128MB Video RAM
Mac OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard

Fujibayashi Kyou - Late 2008 Macbook Pro (MacbookPro5,1)
(Mainly used for college and gaming)
Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 at 2.4 GHz, 3 MB L2 Cache
2GB DDR3 RAM at 1066 MHz
500 GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue at 5400 RPM
nVidia Geforce 9400m and Geforce 9600m GT with 256 MB Video RAM (3DMark06 score: 6361)
Mac OS X 10.6.2 Snow Leopard and Windows 7 Professional x64

Misaka Shiori - (PowerMac10,2 aka Mac mini G4)
Remote Access Computer, stays on 24/7
PowerPC G4 at 1.33 GHz
512 MB of DDR RAM
40 GB Hitachi 5400 RPM HD + 720 GB Western Digital HD via Firewire
ATi Radeon 9200 with 32 MB Video RAM
Mac OS X 10.5.8

March 14th, 2010, 10:41 AM
ASUS G50VT series gaming laptop
-Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit Service Pack 2
-Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.13GHz
-Nvidia GeForce 9800M GS dedicated graphics card with 512MB dedicated video RAM
-15.4" display, 1366x768 resolution
-320GB hdd
-DVD drive

This is the graphic on mine:
Similar model to mine, no Blu-Ray drive

Acer Aspire M5641 desktop computer
-Shipped with Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit Service Pack 1, currently dual-booted with SP 2 of Vista and Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
-Intel Pentium Dual-Core processor @ 2.2GHz
-Nvidia GeForce 7100 integrated graphics card
-20" flat-screen monitor, 1680x1050 resolution
-500GB SATA hdd
-DVD drive