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I forgot.

Here my new PC: (I keep my old PC for Inet!)

XPS 630: Intel Core 2 Quad Core Extreme QX6850 (3 GHZ, 1333 Mhz FSB, 8 MB Cache)

4 BG Ram DDR2 800 MHz (4X1024 MB)

1,2 TB (2X640 GB)

4X Blu-Ray DVD+/-RW

1 GB ATI Radeon 3870 X2

128 MB Ageia PhysX PCI card

Soundblaster X-Fi XTreme

European Dell A525 Speakers


The new adventures are waiting for me. :cool:



What PC do you have?


And I installed Indy 6 on this PC. The loading screen tooks 40 sec. to 3 min. or so.

Now on the new PC 1-2 seconds! I don´t see the loading screen any more. :cool:

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Ace. :) Looks like a heartily excessive upgrade — just the way I like it! Are you going to be joining us for crazy Mojo Team Fortress 2 fun? Just look at those hours on the side, man.


My machine's been very similar for a while now after my May 2007 upgrade, although I did slot in some new components a few months after making that post. As such, the current load-out is:


  • Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.0GHz (overclocked)
  • 4GB o' Corsair DDR2 XMS2-6400C4 TwinX (4×1GB)
  • Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty Professional
  • Asus P5B Deluxe
  • BFG GeForce 8800 GTX OverClocked (600MHz) 768MB
  • 300GB PATA Samsung hard drive

I've actually had a 500GB SATA drive sat under my desk to replace this one with since about January, but I just can't be arsed. :~


I run games at 1920x1200 so if I see a cheap 8800GTX knocking around I'll probably consider running in SLI. Otherwise this remains a pretty solid machine, and I think it'll keep me going well into the next major generation of PC hardware.

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Thanks. But it´s a new one. ;) My old PC is now for Inet and MS-Dos. And it´s a Pentium 4 2,46 GHz, 120 GB and 256 MB Ram (upgradet to 512)

The more better PC of this series has 3,16 GHz (Overclocked). And more (very) expensive. :lol:



Interesting: :D

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft ;)


Btw why must I call you Schenk? :D


That reminds me: I must test the old MS-Dos games on Vista!

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I'll share my fairly new laptop




Lenovo IdeaPad Y510


Intel Core 2 Duo T5550 @ 1.83GHz



250GB Hard Drive


Not the most screamin' machine around but it does what I need it to do (play WoW :D) and its a big upgrade over my desktop which still has a Pentium 4. I also got an employee discount on it through my father.

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  • 2 months later...

Well, it certainly doesn't stand up to those gaming rigs, but it gets by pretty well with most games...


Asus Laptop:

Vista Home Premium (Yes it's good!)

Core 2 Duo @ 2.2 Ghz

2 Gig of Ram

250 gb HDD

ATI Mobility HD 2600 w/ 512 Meg Ram (DX 10 Goodness)


Quite a fun machine to work and play on...


Asus really makes some nice laptops nowdays, and they've usually got some good prices on newegg if you're considering getting a laptop check them out.

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