Your setup

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  1. DCLXVI Bloody Bastard Registered Senior Member

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    What is your setup like? What kind of machines do you have and what are they running?

    1. 300MHz Pentium II, 128MB ram. Running OpenBSD 3.3 and acting as a router/packetfilter.

    2. 600MHz Pentium III, 128MB ram. Running Gentoo Linux 1.4, I needed a Linux box for school and threw this one together in a hurry.

    3. 1.7GHz Pentium IV, 1024MB ram. Dualboot Win2000/FreeBSD 5.1, my main workstation.

    4. 1.3GHz Intel centrino, 512MB ram. My laptop, running Windows XP simply because Intel hasn't released working drivers for any other OS.

    5. 2x75MHz SuperSPARC II 1MB cache, 256MB ram. Running NetBSD 1.6.1 in a SPARCStation 10 pizzabox.

    I hope to expand the non-x86 collection quite a bit in the next few months.

    What have you got collecting uptime in your computer room?
     
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  3. sargentlard Save the whales motherfucker Valued Senior Member

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    P4 at 2.8 ghz at 512 DDR ram running XP and acting as my time wasting box.
     
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  5. spookz Banned Banned

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    i got gentoo on a cd and i boot off that for kicks
    a cooler one is qnx which also on a bootable cd. that os is reputed to be extremely stable and is used in nuclear power plants and other critical shit.

    http://www.distrowatch.com/dwres.php?resource=cd
     
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  7. SoLiDUS OMGWTFBBQ Registered Senior Member

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    AMD Athlon 1.2Ghz
    640 Megs SD Ram
    A7V133 Motherboard
    128 Meg GF4 Ti4600
    SB Live 5.1 Surround
    20Gig + 60Gig HDDs
    16x CDRW + DVD cd
    TV Tuner
     
  8. Clarentavious Person Registered Senior Member

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    SiS 745 motherboard vendored by MSI (unfortunately, without integrated firewire)

    1800+ with the Palomino core

    512MB DDR 333, Corsair low latency RAM (though I run it at 266 speed as I get better performance running synchroniously with my 266 FSB)

    I currently have a Tyan Radeon 9700 Pro, 128MB, but I am in the process of selling it to get a GeForce FX 5900, 128MB I don't think the 9000 series chipsets are all that great like most people claim, they seem to have compatibility issues with older games, and some visual artifacts with modern ones.

    40GB Western Digital, 7200 RPM, 8MB cache

    Sound Blaster Live X-Gamer 5.1

    Antec 400 watt Smart Fan power supply

    Toshiba 16x DVD drive

    Cyberdrive 32x12x48 CD writer

    D-Link 10/100 ethernet

    I could go about listing my accessories, if you are interested in that.
     
  9. AMansAmoeba Registered Member

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    AMD Athlon XP 2400 (2.0Ghz overclocked to 2.3)
    Asus A7N8X mobo
    1024MB DDR PC2100 RAM
    ATI Radeon 9700 pro 128MB
    120GB Western Digital, 7200 RPM, 8MB cache
    onboard sound NVIDIA SoundStorm
    Asus 52x24x52x CDRW
    LG 16x DVD drive
     
  10. Xevious Truth Beyond Logic Registered Senior Member

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    My house LAN:

    Workstation 1 (Xevious)
    AMD Duron 1.2Ghz
    MSI KT7 Turbo 2 Motherboard
    512MB PC2100
    SiS Xabre 400 128MB
    80GB Western Digital 7200RPM, 8MB
    Sound Blaster LIVE! Sound Card
    MSI 56x CD-Rom Drive

    Workstation 2 (Alexander)
    AMD Athlon 850Ghz
    Gigabyte 7ZX Motherboard
    384MB PC-133
    3dfx Voodoo 5 64MB
    40GB Western Digital 7200RPM, 8MB
    16GB IBM Hard Drive 7200RPM, 2MB
    Sound Blaster LIVE! Sound Card
    Goldstar 16x DVD Drive
    Iomega ZIP100 Drive (IDE)

    Workstation 3 (Spyder)
    AMD Duron 800Mhz
    Gigabyte 7ZX Motherboard
    384MB PC-133
    3dfx Voodoo 5 64MB
    40GB Western Digital 5400RPM, 2MB
    VIA AC'97 Internal Audio
    Phillips 8x CDRW

    Workstation 4 (Fury II)
    AMD K6-III 400Mhz
    Shuttle 351P HOT Motherboard
    256MB PC-133
    3dfx Voodoo 3 16MB
    8GB Western Digital, 7200RPM, 2MB
    Sound Blaster 16 VIBRA
    Goldstar 48x CD-Rom

    Workstation 5 (Rampage)
    AMD K6 200Mhz
    IBM G50 Workstation
    96MB PC-66
    2MB Cirrus Logic
    24MB Voodoo 2 SLI
    4MB IBM Hard Drive, 5400RPM
    Sound Blaster 64 Gold
    Mitsumi 16x CD-Rom

    Network Server (Olympus)
    Dual Pentium II 333Mhz
    Supermicro / EMed Server
    512MB PC-66
    2MB Cirrus Logic
    9MB Segate Barracudda SCSI (RAID)
    9MB Segate Barracudda SCSI (RAID)
    9MB Segate Barracudda SCSI (RAID)
    9MB Segate Barracudda SCSI (RAID)
    9MB Segate Barracudda SCSI (RAID)
    9MB Segate Barracudda SCSI (RAID)
     
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  11. wesmorris Nerd Overlord - we(s):1 of N Valued Senior Member

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    Hey I've got that MB! Sweet! My rig is pretty similar, slightly higher proc, ram.. still have asus v8200 deluxe (geforce 3), blah. Still, always loved this MB.
     
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