Post your 1337 RIGS (Elite Computers)

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If you have any pictures of your leet rigs, post them here.

I built this on 6/9/08

Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 Yorkfield 2.66GHz LGA 775 95W Quad-Core Processor Model BX80569Q9450 - Retail
EVGA 8800 GT 512MB Video Card
LIAN LI PC-60BPLUSII W Black Aluminum ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail
EXCELSTOR Jupiter Series ESJ8080S 80GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive - OEM
+4 more Hard Drives =ing 2.3TB of storage
2 DVD Burners: 1) Pioneer 20X DVD±R DVD Burner Black IDE Model DVR-115DBK - OEM 2) Liteon 20X
G.SKILL 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066
ASUS RAMPAGE FORMULA LGA 775 Intel X48 ATX Intel Motherboard - Retail












 

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Am i allowed to post a relativly outdated machine, that i built recently because the basic machine was free???
 
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I built this one this spring:

Specs:

Asus M3N78-EM motherboard
AMD Athlon X2-64 2.6GHz 5000+
4 Gig Patriot Viper RAM
Western Digital 320 Gig SATA Harddrive
Samsung DVD burner SATA
Coolermaster case fan

It's all go and no show, I put the parts in an old case I already had, only the decals indicate whats really inside.


(broken image)
 

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I've been out of this scene for a while now :( It gets very expensive. I need to find some pictures of my LN2 test bench.
 

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I personally do not care about the outside in fact i find the idea of having a very plain case with the insides being really powerful amusing... Though finding a grey old crappy seeming case that will take all that i want to put into it is tough so i haven't done it yet. As for my current computer its

AMD 4800 dual core (939 socket), 2 gigs ram, 512nvidia graphics card (don't remember which one off hand) and over 2 tb of storage in various hdds.
 
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It's a Customized Dell XPS 630, I don't have any pics at this time (will upload later, but it could take a while) but the basic picture of it is on google.

Specs:
Mobo: Nvidia 650i Motherboard (Unfortunately it's been modified by dell, so every time I install an OS I have to inject drivers, and it still doesn't work sometimes)
Memory: 4096MB (4GB) RAM
Hard Drive(s): 2x750GB Hard Drives + 320GB External, Total 1.82 Terabytes
Graphics:Dual Nvidia 9800 SLi Graphics Cards
Monitor: Dell S2309W 23" Widescreen HD (1920x1080) LCD Display
Sound Card: Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi
Speakers/Headset: Plantronics gaming headset with virtual surround sound + ordinary 2.0 speakers
Physics: AGEIA PhysX card
Keyboard: Logitech G15 Version 2
Mouse: Dell gaming mouse
OS: Windows Vista Home Premium
Case: Default XPS 630

Also managed to replace the floppy disk drive with a memory card reader with bluetooth (dongle used). Took a bit of work to get in however, because the damn thing wouldn't fit at first.
 

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AMD 64 X2 2.2 GHz dual core CPU
2 gigs of ram
8800GT (Oc'ed by EVGA)
320 gig Hard drive
Logitech G5 gaming mouse always set to 2000 DPI, especially while playing Left 4 Dead.

It's not much, but I been able to play Crysis quite while on it.. however GTA4 was HORRIBLE when I tried it. But that was rockstar's fault for such a shitty PC port.
 

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Believe me, guys, once you start having sex, computers and their specs get a hell of a lot less interesting.

(I'm joking, I'm joking!)

I built my machine about four years ago, and it's pretty outdated. It does have a dashboard lighter in it, though, so when I was still a smoker, there was always a light near by!
 

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Believe me, guys, once you start having sex, computers and their specs get a hell of a lot less interesting.

(I'm joking, I'm joking!)

I built my machine about four years ago, and it's pretty outdated. It does have a dashboard lighter in it, though, so when I was still a smoker, there was always a light near by!

ROFL, I found it to be just a product of what my wife calls my "hobby ADD". I seem to grow in and out of hobbies about every 3 or 4 years.
 

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ROFL, I found it to be just a product of what my wife calls my "hobby ADD". I seem to grow in and out of hobbies about every 3 or 4 years.

I do the same thing! :D I'm with that with golf right now -- I love playing golf...but I'm sure that will only last a few more months! As for the computers, I lost interest a few years ago when I began getting really behind in understanding processor specs. Nowadays, I'm totally content and happy with buying a prebuilt or even a laptop and just going until it won't go anymore!

Then again, I'm also the same guy who was happy with a 486 when Pentium IIIs were being released.
 

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My comp isn't my dream machine... it will several more months until I build that.

But the one I'm running now handles most stuff just fine. The case is stock, but the specs are:

CPU: Pentium 4 HT 800fsb 3.00ghz
Mobo: MSI 945GC478
RAM: 2 GB Corsair 667
GPU: currently installed is an ATI Radeon 4850 HD, but am soon switching to Nvidia 9600GT for dual boot compatibility.
OS: dual-boot Win XP Pro/ Ubuntu 9.04(the reason I need the Nvidia-ATI not fully compatible)
HDD: WD 500GB SATA

I had most of the stuff all ready, so expense was pretty low. My next pc I'm not going to take any shortcuts.
 

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My machine is not 1337.. anymore :(

I am definitely going to build a new one in October when I turn 18, but for now I have this laptop ( AMD Athlon x2, 2GB RAM and 320 GB HDD, Geforce 8200M, Vista x64 )

*sigh*


Group Homes....

And even that I have to put this thing inside of a bag inside of a backpack with a padlock on it, inside of another backpack in my suitcase with a padlock on it, and then that is in my footlocker with a padlock on it.

No Freaking Diapers for me either because I'm sure as hell not going to risk it there as they do random room searches.:wallbash::wallbash::wallbash::sad:
 

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I built mine two years ago and just recently upgraded for great games that were coming out.

CPU: Intel x6800 Core 2 extreme 2.93
Mobo: LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 750i SLI ATX
RAM: 8 gb Corsair extreme 800 ddr2
GPU: NVIDIA gtx 260 216 clock
OS: vista ultimate
HDD: WD 600 gb and a WD 250 gb

I love my computer, and I love building them.
 

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processor and Memory:
Athlon™ X2 5400+ Dual-Core Processor 2.80GHz processor speed
4GB PC2-6400 DDR2 SDRAM memory 2x2048

Hard Drive and Multimedia Drives:
500GB 7200RPM SATA hard drive 2x 60gb 7200rpm sata 2x 70gb 7200rpm sata
SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe Technoloy: 16x max DVD±R, 12x max DVD±R DL, 8x max DVD+RW, 6x max DVD-RW, 12x max DVD-RAM, 40x max CD-R, 32x max CD-RW; Read: 16x max DVD-ROM, 40x CD-ROM


Audio, Video and Graphics:
High Definition Audio, 6 speaker configurable
NVIDIA GeForce 9100 Graphics with 256MB dedicated graphics memory; up to 1407MB Total Available Graphics Memory as allocated by Windows Vista®

Connectivity:
56k modem
Integrated 10/100 Base-T networking interface

Ports/Slots:
1 PCI Express x1 (occupied)
1 PCI Express x16 (one available)
Expansion Bays: 1 external 5.25" (occupied)
1 internal 3.5" (occupied)
Front panel 15-in-1 memory card reader: supports SmartMedia, xD, MultiMedia Card, Secure Digital (SD), Mini Secure Digital, Compact Flash I, Compact Flash II, IBM Microdrive, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro Duo, RSMMC, MMC Mobile, MMC+
4 USB 2.0 ports (back)
1 FireWire® (IEEE 1394) port (back)
Headphones (front)
2 PS/2; Digital Audio-out; LAN; Microphone/Line-in/Line-out (back)

Keyboard, Mouse and Monitor:
HP multimedia keyboard
HP optical mouse
HP w2007 20.1" diagonal Widescreen LCD flat panel monitor with BrightView technology with adjustable tilt and integrated speakers

Operating System:
Windows Vista® Home Premium 64-bit edition


And these

Sam's Club - HP Pavilion Slimline Desktop 2.8GHz, 20.1" LCD


And the computer before modifications

Sam's Club - HP Pavilion Slimline Desktop 2.8GHz, 20.1" LCD
 

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I have too many to list out. But my most recent one is ...

Intel Atom 1.6
2gb Memory
160GB Hard Drive
10.1'' LED LCD
 

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I have too many to list out. But my most recent one is ...

Intel Atom 1.6
2gb Memory
160GB Hard Drive
10.1'' LED LCD

This topic is about powerful computers, not netbooks barely making it by. <_>
 
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APPLE MACBOOK White

Quietly unveiled without a press release -- just like the model it replaced -- the Apple MacBook "Core 2 Duo" 2.13 13-Inch (White - Mid-2009) features a 45 nm "Penryn" 2.13 GHz Intel "Core 2 Duo" processor (P7450), with two independent processor "cores" on a single silicon chip, a 3 MB shared "on chip" level 2 cache, a 1066 MHz frontside bus, 2 GB of 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM (PC2-6400) installed in pairs (two 1 GB modules), a 160 GB Serial ATA (5400 RPM) hard drive, an 8X DL "SuperDrive", a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M "graphics processor with 256 MB of SDRAM shared with main memory", and a 13.3" widescreen TFT active-matrix "glossy" display (1280x800 native resolution).

The MacBook "Core 2 Duo" 2.13 13" (White - Mid-2009) shares the same white polycarbonate case as the MacBook "Core 2 Duo" 2.0 13" (White - Early 2009) that it replaced and connectivity is the same as well with AirPort Extreme (802.11a/b/g/n), Gigabit Ethernet, a FireWire "400" port, two USB 2.0 ports, optical digital audio in/out, and video out capabilities (mini-DVI) that supports an external display. The hard drive is larger and the memory is faster. Interestingly, Apple also officially states that this model provides 5 hours of battery life (up from 4.5 hours on the model replaced).

Internally, this system has quite a bit in common with the MacBook "Core 2 Duo" 2.0 13" (Unibody) and is equipped with the same NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics, but uses a faster processor and slower RAM (800 MHz DDR2 compared to 1066 MHz DDR3 in the "Unibody" models).


Yeah my computer kicks ass!
 

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To OP: I was expecting seeing the ricer equivalent to a custom build PC. Then I see that you have a Lian Li case. Quite tasteful, you definately shocked me :p (fellow Lian Li owner) :p

AMD Phenom II X4 940 (3.8 GHz)
4GB DDR2 1066
ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2
2x 1TB SATA WD RAID 0
Lian Li 7B Plus II
 

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Well I spos, I hope this counts its not done yet, But will be soon, Once money picks up.

An i get my tatoo done :)
I bye most of my parts from newegg, and have them bookmarked

The Parts I Have:
Case:Antec Twelve Hundred
MoBo:EVGA E758
CPU:Intel Quad 3.0GHz
MeM:CORSAIR Dominator 6GB DDR3
HHD:Western Digital VelociRaptor 150GB 2x, and 2 more 1T HHD for storage

What I need:

Video Cards
Power Supply
Screen
Keyboard/Mouse"might jsu get a cheap mouse for my laptop and keep the gamming mouse i already have"
 

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Meh. Crappy Toshiba laptop that was on sale at Best Buy. Does everything I need it to thus far, so I can' complain.
 
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