The dinosaur bragging forum
Posted 16 April 2012 - 06:00 PM
BFG 7950 GT OC (x2)
Main specs I can remember lol. Ran Counterstrike:Source at around 200 FPS. Not bad. That was before all the texture redo's.
i5 2500K | ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3
8GB Corsair Vengeance | Samsung 840 EVO
MSI 780ti Gaming | Corsair 750D
Corsair RM1000 | Custom Watercooling
Posted 16 April 2012 - 07:18 PM
First machine that was personally mine:
Pentium 66 upgraded with an OverDrive! chip at 120 MHz
64 MB RAM
Who knows what motherboard, it came from Microcenter
Celeron 300 overclocked to 450 MHz
128 MB RAM or so
Again, random motherboard from Microcenter. I think it was a Tyan
Celeron 800 overclocked to 1.2 GHz
256 MB RAM (maybe 384? It was a long time ago)
GPU was a Riva TNT2 m64, overclocked slightly but not much
No clue on the motherboard, something green.
Athlon XP 1700+ DLT3C running at 2.4 GHz (stock speed 1.4 GHz). I modded it using the exacto knife trick and bits of wire in the socket to raise the stock vcore.
DFI nForce 2 Ultra Infinity
768 MB RAM
Geforce ti4200 with a lapped core (yes, I was insane to do this) and a custom heatsink/fan combo
Athlon64 3000+ overclocked to something I don't remember...and updated to an Opteron 175 at some point which I de-lidded
Chaintech VFN4 Ultra mobo
9800 Pro modded to XT
1.5 GB RAM
The rest of my systems from then on aren't quite old enough to be called dinosaurs just yet.
Posted 16 April 2012 - 07:52 PM
CPU - AMD Athlon XP 2500+ Barton
Motherboard - ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe
Ram - 512 MB of no name DDR
Video Card - Asus Radeon 9600XT(came with free copy of Half-Life 2)
Case - Thermaltake Xaser II
PSU- Antec TP550
Audio - nVidia Sound Storm
CPU - AMD Athlon 64 3800+ X2 @2.6Ghz
Motherboard - DFI Lanparty UT nF4 SLI-DR Expert
Ram - 1GB Mushkin Redline XP3500 DDR 433 @ 2-2-2-6 (this stuff required active cooling to run at these speeds and higher that in the long run killed them when the fan died )
Video Cards - Dual nVidia Geforce 7800GT's( Could not play Crysis on low quality)
Case - Antec P180B
PSU - Antec TP550
Audio - Creative Audigy 4
Main Rig AMD FX 6300 @4.8Ghz Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2 Team Dark 2x4GB DDR3 1600 9-9-9-24 Dual Sapphire Radeon Vapor-X R9 270X Enermax Coenus Corsair TX850 PSU Swiftech Apogee GTX Swiftech MCR220-QP Swiftech MCP655-B
Backup Rig AMD Phenom 8650 Asus M3N78-VM 4GB DDR2 Nvidia Geforce 8200 Thermaltake 450w PSU Cheap Beige Case
WARDOZERX - My friend's I am here to warn you that should you ever stumble across a website with top notch "content" on the front page that just so happens to be sorted by a rating system, please. Please, for the love of all that is good in this world. DO NOT GO TO THE LAST PAGE! What has been seen, cannot be unseen
Posted 16 April 2012 - 08:45 PM
Main Gaming Rig
MSI X79A-GD65 8D
16GB of Corsair Vengeance
NVIDIA 780TI's in SLI
Corsair Force 3 GT 240GB SSD
Coolermaster 932 Case
Noctua D14 CPU Cooler
Thermaltake Toughpower XT Platinum 1275 Watts
3 X 24" LCD's
Donating to OCC :::: OCC Site Rules :::: OCC Reviews
RIP Verran and Nemo gone but never will be forgotten.
Posted 16 April 2012 - 09:53 PM
P3 667mhz(really 666) 133 bus with a thermal right copper sink and 92mm fan(no oc as the mobo didn't support neither did any software at the time)
The mobo would support 1GB of PC 133 ram which it did have
It had two 80GB drives running in raid zero,
A cd burner
A soundblaster sound card that ran 24-bit
A creative geforce 2 MX with 64MB DDR and a stock core clock 175mhz custom cooled as the original did not even come with a heatsink the custom cooler was a chopped up cpu sink with arctic silver's thermal adhesive holding it in place, an a 80mm fan mounted to it, it was Oced to 225mhz on the core thx to that mod.
It would play half life with the best of them in it's day.
Edited by spectrascope, 16 April 2012 - 09:53 PM.
Primary Rig - Win 8 64-bit pro | Secondary rig/media server - win 7 64-bit pro
AMD FX8150 @ 4Ghz 4.2Ghz turbo 1.28v G2 Pro Cooler, Asus Sabertooth 990 R2.0 24hr prime stable 63C Max | AMD 610e cooled via COOLER MASTER Hyper N 520, Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3
32GB 4x8GB Geil, sniper ddr3 1866 | 16GB 4x4GB 1600mhz DDR3 balistics
Galaxy GTX 560Ti 1GB SOC White edition 1Ghz core/2GHz shader/4.5GHz mem 256bit bus | Zotac GT545 1.5GB 900mhz core/2Ghz shader/1Ghz mem 192bit bus
Gigabyte GTX550ti 1GB 1Ghz core/2Ghz shader/4.2GHz mem 192 bit bus | 5.6TB of HDD currently - soon to to be 8TB
100GB ocz revo2 pci-e 4x - os drive - 760MB/s read 600MB/s write | Antec 550w earth watts continuous
512GB transcend sata III ssd 560MB/s read 540MB/s write | NTXZ - GAMMA classic with 4 ENERMAX MAGMA 120mm bat wing fans
64GB Transcend SSD SATA III 560MB/s read 540MB/s write for page file | Laptops Leveno T410 i5/4GB win 7 pro 64, x120e e350, 4GB, 128GB samsung Sata 3 SSD
PC&PC 750 from before ocz bought them and an Antec 620 earth watts continuous triggered via 12v relay for GPUs | DIsplays 22" 1080p 60hz LCD, 40" LED 1080p 120hz, 100" 720p laser projector, 20" 1600x1200
Haf 932 2x 240mm, 2x 120mm bat wing fans 1x 140mm bat wing fan | 60hz LCD, 19" 1280x1024 60hz crt for pantone editing
Posted 16 April 2012 - 11:56 PM
Desktop: i3 | AsRock Z77 Pro3 | CM Storm Enforcer | Silverstone Strider Plus 750watt | Random HDD's from scavanged PC's set as dump storage |
To get: 8gb Mushkin Blackline/Redline Ram | GT560Ti | i5 2500k or equivalent ivory bridge | XSPC Rasa 750 WC Kit
<insert deep thought provoking comment here>
Story of my life: <presses enter> Syntax Error
Posted 17 April 2012 - 08:01 PM
Geforce ti4200 with a lapped core (yes, I was insane to do this)
I salute your balls of steel!
My first personal rig:
AMD Athlon 2500+
Thermaltake Tornado 7+ (Cracked my thumbnail straight down to the lumen when I was working some cable fu)
256MB Generic RAM
Seagate 80GB Hard Drive
Having no clue what I was doing, I somehow overclocked it from 1.8 Ghz to 2.2 Ghz... I remember putting FSB and Vcore at the max .
I witnessed regional Special Olympics and Challenge Day; there's far more intellect there than there is in internet arguments.
Graciously recommended from KB, is some muffricken Christian death metal. It is a must hear, it pushes envelopes, explores new ground. Words can't describe just now incredibly awesome this is. Cue the alter smashing, bench flipping, and bible reading while thrashing away at guitars and drums.