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oh, need a good speaker or whatever setup to hear that absorb sound :)

 

haha, me being a muso, i don't use speakers (jus really cool DT100 headphones w/ TEAC BX-300 power amp) :) yes, headphones with a power amp, ooh big sound!!! ('cept u don't feel it which is disappointing) would like to upgrade the DT100s one day, or move to a surround set of wharfedale or jamo speaker setup...

 

cheers!!!

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Heh, I've nothing to brag about, but I'm curious about what kinda of power is behind my fellow boardmembers Jedi Outcast installation:

 

Here is my setup:

 

Intel 820 chips,

P3 EB 800MHz

392 MB PC800 RDRAM

GeForce 2 Pro w/64MB DDR-RAM

IBM 60GXP 100GB HDs

SB L!VE soundcard

HP M900 19" monitor (game@100Hz)

 

OS: Windows XP Pro

(Sorta streamlined - all unnecessary crap turned off:))

 

ISP: 5 Mbit Cable, but that doesn't really make any difference

when playing JO.

I have just as much lag as anyone else:rolleyes:

 

Running JO at 1024*768*32 with full detail (and loving it:p).

 

If this thread has been done to death then don't reply:)

 

Edit: well, thread seems to be well received ...nice to see your specs. guys. I noticed a person including his/her ISP connection so I will put mine on the list also :)

 

Edit2: As lexx pointed out: some of us may actually be using an OS to run this game *LOL*

...mine is now on the list..thanks lexx :amidala:

 

Edit3: Twins CLAIM that one can use a monitor and soundcard:D

.....mine has been added

 

ISP: Internet Service Provider (don't slam me now:))

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When forced to use my own pc, I'm suffering on an:

 

800 mhz athlon

128 mb RAM

Absolutely excellent tnt2 card...

and an action packed 20 gb harddrive...

 

But since my father isn't home much, I tend to use his:

 

1800 mhz p4

512 mb RAM

Ge-force 2 mmx

60 gb harddisk.

 

As for resolution, I tend to follow the "less is more"-philosophy...

Ahem.... LOW resolution, can't remember exactly though....

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lol cjais! I used to do that too, and my dad would always be like, "HEY!! Who turned the brightness on the monitor up?!" He liked having the brightness so low you couldn't see a thing. But it WAS easier on your eyes. ANYways, hehe . . .

 

Now all our computers are equally crappy.

 

733 mhz P3

128 mb ram

Intel 810 video chipset

6 gig hard drive

 

I have all the video settings down to "Bob Saget's acting career" quality.

 

GrrrrR

 

slacker

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Originally posted by MediocreSlacker

lol cjais! I used to do that too, and my dad would always be like, "HEY!! Who turned the brightness on the monitor up?!" He liked having the brightness so low you couldn't see a thing. But it WAS easier on your eyes. ANYways, hehe . . .

 

Now all our computers are equally crappy.

 

733 mhz P3

128 mb ram

Intel 810 video chipset

6 gig hard drive

 

I have all the video settings down to "Bob Saget's acting career" quality.

 

GrrrrR

 

slacker

 

hehe... :) me 2... only thing that's somewhat respectable is that i'm using 32bit colour rather than 16bit... hehe...

 

600mhz P3 (actually 450mhz, overclocked - been like that for years)

320mb ram

asus tnt2 ultra (woohoo, video input and output!!!) - haha, hafta make a jk2 movie someday

20 and 40gb hard drives

 

my other system (actually mine, but now my brother uses it all the time) is a bit better... we play duels a fair bit...

 

800mhz athlon

320mb ram

geforce 2 mx

30gb hdd

 

anywayz, i thought i'd be upgrading my ol' dinosaur these holz (dual athlon 1.8ghz, radeon 8500 all in etc...), but that plan's kinda fallen thru... ah well, decent enough framerates allow me to play a good game anywayz... :)

 

cheers

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have an aging piii 800, geforce2.

 

Still plays games pretty well, I do have to turn down details on some of the latest releases though (like nwn).

 

I can play jk2 on highest settings on duel servers, to do any big CTF games I really gotta crank things down to keep FPS reasonable though.

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Originally posted by MediocreSlacker

lol cjais! I used to do that too, and my dad would always be like, "HEY!! Who turned the brightness on the monitor up?!" He liked having the brightness so low you couldn't see a thing. But it WAS easier on your eyes. ANYways, hehe . . .

 

I have all the video settings down to "Bob Saget's acting career" quality.

 

GrrrrR

 

slacker

 

LOL slacker, my dad freaks out whenver he finds out that his beloved game's cd isn't in the cd-drive.... And whenever something mean happens to his pc I have to take the blame...

 

"Bob saget's acting career"-quality.... *LOL*.... It doesn't really matter to me how ugly a game is, as long as it's smoooth!

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60 GB Hard Drive

256 MB SDRAM (upgradable to 1.5 GB SDRAM)

GeForce 2 (forget how many MB)

Windows XP Professional

P4

Samsung SyncMaster 753DF

(i can tell you teh specs for that, i still have it on there)

1100K Wireless Connection

Lexmark X83

52X CD Drive

24X CDR/CDRW

 

OH!

i almost forgot my sound card!

 

SB!Live

 

heh, the product number of my tower is still on there...want that too? j/k

ummm....that's all i can think of...

*goes off to find the list of all the system specs from when we got the people to custom make it*

*doesn't find it*

damn

 

My Monitor

0.20mm superfine pitch (H)

1280 X 1024 Maximum Resolution

Super Pigment Phosphors

High Focus Electron Gun

24/7 Tech Support

3 Year Warranty

There, that's my monitor:P

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I'm not quite sure I want to even put mine on here :D

 

PII

128 mb ram

16 gig hard drive

No fancy graphics card

just a plain ol 17 inch monitor

 

its just all basic stuff, but I'm planning on upgrading as soon as my children get jobs and support me (they are 7, 3, and 1) not to long to go eh?

 

and like slacker, my stuff is like Bob Sagets career too! (love that line)

 

Peace...:band:

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Originally posted by livingsacrifice

I'm not quite sure I want to even put mine on here :D

 

its just all basic stuff, but I'm planning on upgrading as soon as my children get jobs and support me (they are 7, 3, and 1) not to long to go eh?

 

Peace...:band:

 

*ROTLMAO*:D:ewok::D

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Hrm....Yeah, I feel kinda anchient

AMD Athlon 600

384 MB PC100 SDRam

EPOX motherboard

Logitech optical mouse (white - the blue one costs 10 bucks more)

Toshiba 15" monitor

64MB SiS 315 video card

cheap PCI sound card

very large stereo, hooked to pc by means of several converters, much to the chagrin of my landlord.

3com LAN card (only play LAN parties)

standard oldschool keyboard with PS/2 converter

 

I run the game in default video mode, except I turned the gamma up some.

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Athlon 1.4 T-bird

Abit KG7 Motherboard (KX7R coming soon)

GF4 Ti4400 128 Mb

1 Gig DDR ram

Maxtor 40 gig 7200

IBM 60gxp? 60 gig 7200

SB Audigy,

Haupage wintv thing

adaptec scsi card

zip100 scsi

Chieftec Ally case Silver

Sony CD writer Black writes 1.3gig cd's (weird)

LG CD Player Black too

Microsoft Intelliimouse optical cordless silver

Memorex Cordless Keyboard Silver too

Sony 17" A230 Monitor silver

Win XP pro

JBL control 1 monitor speakers (highly recommended)

 

It's an audio workstation as if u didnt guess.

 

Touch wood its pretty stable and its really nice looking, the amount i play, beige just don't cut it. A nice environment is essential to play well (for me anyway)

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Guess I'll contribute as well. It's a pure gaming and number crunching machine since that's what I do in real life.....

 

21 in Sony Trinitron monitor

P4 1.8Ghz (Overclocked to 2.0Ghz)

ASUS P4T-E MB

512 MB PC800 RDRAM

WD 80 GB 7200RPM Drive

SB Audigy Platinum Internal

Pioneer A04-DVD R/RW

Sony 56x CD Drive (faster for games that access the CD)

ASUS GF3-V8200 Video Card (Looking at the G4-4600 tho)

 

Video, processor, and front-side-bus are overclocked so I'm running a better case now:

Windtunnel IV from Coolerguys.com (windowed with a 400wt ps)

 

And if you take off the Sony monitor it only cost me $1300 to build.

 

Anyway....

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QDI Advance 10F

Intel PentiumIII 733@766 MHz

256 SDR

Seagate 30 GB disk 7200

Creative Live soundcard

Winfast A170 TH GeForce4 MX 64 MB SDR

40/16 DVD ROM

4/4/24 Mitsui CD/CD-RW

1.44 floopy drive :)

Logitech optic mouse :)

IBM C51 15" monitor

IBM keyboard :)

 

Uhm... That'll be enough :)

Oh, I run the game (MP) in 800x600 resolution, usually at around medium detail.

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Pentium III at 650 MHz

256 MB SDRAM

26 GB Internal Hard Drive; 40 GB External Hard Drive

Dell 19'' Flat Screen Monitor (Super VGA 1280x1024 @ 75 Hz)

NVIDA RIVA TNT2 Model/Model 64 Pro

SB Live! Direct Sound

Altec Lansing Surround Sound Speakers with Subwoofer

CD Drive 1: 16x Max DVD-ROM

CD Drive 2: 24x Max CD-RW

3.5'' Floppy Drive

Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro

Logitech Mouseman Wheel

 

Screen: 1280x1024X32

 

JK 2 Settings:

SP:

Screen 1028x768

All other things at Medium

 

MP:

Screen: That really low one.....

All things at low_______

 

 

Many people would say "What a piece of junk!"

 

of course, I say:

 

"Hey! She gots it where it counts kid!"

 

-teutonicknight:saberb:

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I'll contribute for informational purposes.

 

Asus P4T-E Motherboard

P4 1.8 Ghz (Northwood)

512Mb RDRAM

Gainward GeForce 3 TI 200

Soundblaster Audigy Gamer

Asus 52X CDROM

Samsung 19 In. 955 DF .20 Pitch Monitor (freekin rocks, awesome buy, highly recommended for gaming)

WinXP Home

 

I run JK2 at 1600*1200 (highest setting allowed with monitor) and freekin luv it. All vidoe and sound details maxed out!!!!!!!

 

 

**DISCLAIMER** G4 4600 cards are cheap at googlegear!!!!!!!!! At least they were.

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Clawhammer will dispatch Northwood! *ahem*

 

AMD 1.2GHz Athlon

256 MB RAM

60 GB HD

GeForce 2 16 MB card

Standard Sound Blaster card (getting my Live! card ported over)

CTX 19" monitor

Standard run of the mill natural keyboard

Logitech 2x optical mouse

40x CD-ROM drive

(not sure on speed) CD-RW drive

3.5" floppy.

 

All running on WinME

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Athlon XP 1800+@1.667GHz

Abit KR7A-RAID Mobo

Geforce 3 Ti 200 (220/485)

IBM 60GB 60GXP

Turltle Beach Sant Cruz Sound Card

16x Pioneer 116S DVD-ROM

32x12x48 Universal Buslink CD-RW

Diamond Supra Max 56K Modem

View Sonic A75f Perfect Flat 17" Minitor

 

My system is pretty good. I can run the game at 1024x768 with all detail settings to the max and I get about 90 FPS on average. Everything is good, but I am using a 56K modem but surprisingly JK2 runs well. Better than RTCW, but wolf is improving.:fett:

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Intel P4 2.2 GHz (N0rthw00d)

Ep0x 4G4A+ (845G) M0b0

512 MB RAM Samsung DDR 333 PC 2700

Hercules 3D Pr0phet III Ti 200 (Gef0rce 3)

2x Maxt0r 40 GB HDD (Raid)

S0und Blaster 128 Pci

40x Teac Cd-R0m

N0kia 447F 17" M0nit0r

10 years 0ld n0 name keyb0ard (the letter 0 key isn't funci0ning as y0u can see :p ... pe0ple always c0plain i use h4x0r speak :D )

Wind0ws XP Pr0fesi0nal

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