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Whats your computer like?

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pestan
pestan

12 years ago

wow well i cant beat that my computer has way to much downloads that come with free spyware and adware to really ruin my day!

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madebymadelyn
madebymadelyn

Reply 7 years ago

I accidentally did that to someone else's computer once! >_<

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madebymadelyn
madebymadelyn

7 years ago

My current computer I built myself. 120gb ssd, 1tb external HD, xfx video card, nzxt case, cooler master psu 500w, intel core i5 4ghz, 8gb memory, and a gigabyte motherboard. A really nice standard gaming computer.

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pestan
pestan

12 years ago

i have a old labtop with 1mb of space lol!

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

12 years ago

. My "main" computer is a Dell Dimension 9100 - 2.8GHz Pentium D - 2GB RAM - 250GB boot drive - 320GB slave - DVD burner w/LightScribe - CD burner - Radeon X300 SE 128MB Dell E193FP monitor WinFast TV2000 XP Expert TV Tuner A/V I/O card - no floppy - Altec-Lansing speakers w/subwoofer

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

12 years ago

Running a Dell Dimension 5000 specs: CPU - 3.21 Ghz single core Ram - 512mb (soon to be 3GB) 256MB Graphics - A little sketchy on this one, good at the time the card was out... Sound - Sound max something or other HDD - 150GB Monitor - 19inch dell supplied monitor, very pretty Speakers - Dell again, impressive little 2.1 system Other little things include the beefed up cooling, bluetooth added, wifi added, planning on a four port hub installed in the spare bay.

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westfw
westfw

12 years ago

Mac G4 1.25GHz DP w 1.5GB ram, 400GB+250GB+500GB disks for my main home computer. 23 inch cinema display. But I'm going to upgrade real soon now. The "work" laptop was just upgraded to a Lenovo thinkpad T61 w 2G ram and 100GB disk. 24 inch display (I LIKE big displays!) Then the wife and three kids each have a computer (another Mac and three PCs), and two of them have laptops (G4 powerbook and an older thinkpad.) And there's the W98 system that runs the LPKF in the poolhouse, and the stack of obsolete machines that I'm not sure what to do with...

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pestan
pestan

12 years ago

I turned my xp into a mac it is really cool!