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post #31 of 40
I believe this one is already posted somewhere in the forum but for the sake of the thread, here it is.

Asus A7M 266-D with a pair of XP-M 2800's and Volcano 11's for cooling. Still in use for whatever and yes, I have lots more of the old stuff around here. biggrin.gif
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post #32 of 40
I don't have Pics but My newegg order history goes back to 2003. It doesn't have my first rig but I remember the basics.

I started out with a HP Pavillion and I remember it overheated and killed the processor during one summer. I went to the IT dept of the company I worked for and got some advice from the Helpdesk.

It had a Socket A mobo with a Athlon XP 2800+ with a Nvidia FX5200 PCI GPU and (2x128MB)256MB of SDRAM.

I upgraded the case to a Dynapower USA 86S2 case, and the mobo to a Asus A7N8X-X nForce 2 Mobo, and threw in a Athlon XP 3200+, I also upgraded the GPU to a ATI X850.

According to my order history I built a new rig in 2006.
It had a ASrock939 Dual-Sata 2 Mobo
Athlon XP 3800+ 2.0GHZ
Maxtor Diamond 200GB HDD
1 GB Kingston Valueram (512mbx2)
Raidmax Auora 580w PSU
Sapphire X1900XT 512mb GPU

I joined the military and gave that rig to my Nephew

2008 I built a new rig which I have most of the parts in my closet collecting dust.
It was
Apevia X-Jupiter-JR S Type Case
Asus P5N-D mobo
Intel E8400 CPU
2x EVGA 8800GT Superclocked 512mb
PC Power and Cooling Silencer 750w
4GB Gskill DDR2800
2x Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200.10 Raid 0 <-Still use today
Vista 64bit Home Premium

Later I upgraded it to Antec 1200 and a Zalman 9500a Cpu Cooler

Late 2009 I started building a new rig using some parts from my old build.
Gigabyte 790XTA-UD4
AMD Phenom II X4 965BE
4GB Gskill DDR3 1600mhz
2x EVGA 8800GT Superclocked 512mb
Corsair TX750w PSU
Azuzentech Forte 7.1 soundcard
1.5TB WD Caviar Green
1TB WD Caviar Green
Corsair H50 CPU cooler


Later I added in a intel X25-V SSD, Corsair Force 60GB SSD, Thermaltake Armor A60 AMD Editon case, and a 2x 5870 Crossfire, HT Omega Claro Halo.

Last Fall I deploy to the desert and saved up quite a bit of cash.

So in Jan 2011 I started building a new rig

Corsair 700D Case
Core i7 2600k CPU
Gigabyte P67A-UD7 mobo
Corsair 1200AX PSU
4GB Gskill Ripjaw X 2133mhz
Crucial C300 128GB SSD
2x Samsung Ecogreen F3 2TB drives
LG 10x Blu-Ray Burner
2x GTX580 SLI
GTX240 Rad
GTX 360 Rad
EK 580 GPU water Block
EK Supreme HF CPU waterblock
Thermochill LRT Tubing UV Blue
10x San Ace 9G1212H1011
3x LG IPS226V Monitors

Unfortunately Intel recalled their sandy bridge boards so I am using my last build untill the new board arrives.
Edited by BeerPowered - 3/20/11 at 1:26am
post #33 of 40
my first rig a Pentium II 350Mhz w/64MB rams, built in november 1998!
then the compaq presario 7000! P4 1.3Ghz with 128mb rams, bought in 22 january 2002!
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post #34 of 40
I remember when we measured RAM in KB, then MB, now GB. Amazingly it's been less than 20 years.

Well here's my 2004 computer, built on a P4P800 SE, stuffed in 2006's Antec Nine Hundred case, living out it's life as a basement arcade rig.
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post #35 of 40
Found another pic of an oldie I have that still works. This was taken while setting it up and doing some research to find out more info on the board.
Saved it from being recycled at my workplace which for me was OK but the board it turns out is an unusual one. Never heard of a Premio MB until I got this one.

Premio 219-H with an Intel 133MHz Socket 7 CPU and 64MB's of EDO RAM
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post #36 of 40
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I got this from my dads work in about 2002, it was massively out of date even then but I had to use it for my school work biggrin.gif Still works to this day smile.gif It's got 32MB EDO RAM, 1.6GB hard drive, Windows 98, and a Pentium CPU which I think was 133MHz or less biggrin.gif

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post #37 of 40
I had a sexy old Dell Dimension 4400 from 2002. Lasted me up until 2010...by that point it didn't play youtube correctly in 360p...so I decided to go the route of building...and will never look back.

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478 P4 @ a whooping 1.4Ghz
upgrade from 256MB to 768MB DDR Ram...couldn't do 1GB for some reason dell didn't allow
NVIDIA AGP upgraded card
80GB HDD PATA
2X Optical Drives...PATA
post #38 of 40
So I'm back again, with I think is really old machine.

I don't know specs so well on this baby
all I can say it has a Intel celeron CPU, ATI - GPU, 3x256Mb Ram and Samsung 40Gb pata drive, also two 100mb net cards

This is how it looks
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This is CPU
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This is GPU
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maybe someone knows the mobo?
Edited by Eaglake - 3/23/11 at 3:04pm
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post #39 of 40
1991-92ish:

Packard-Bell

25Mhz 386SX
1MB RAM
100MB HDD
Windows 3.1

1995:

Compaq Presario

150MHz Pentium
40MB RAM
2GB HDD
Matrox Mystique 220
Windows 95

2000:

Now begins the Custom Build Era
Athlon XP 2400+
Abit NF7-S v2
512MB DDR > 1.5GB
80GB HDD > 250GB
NVIDIA GeForce MX440 > RADEON 9600 > NVIDIA 6600
Windows 2000 > Windows XP Pro

2005:

Athlon 64 3700+
ABit KN8 SLi
2GB DDR
500GB HDD
NVIDIA 6600 > 7600GT
Windows XP Pro

2008:

Current Rig, with 8800GT SLi
    
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post #40 of 40
My first computer was a Compaq Presario, likely something in the 5000 series. It had 20Gigs of Hard drive space, which at the time I loaded with songs from Napster (which was all the craze back in the day).
Here's a picture of it!
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I think at the time I tried to shove a Voodoo 3 into there so I could play Counter-Strike/Half-Life with higher quality particles.
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