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:ugeek: A topic for the geeks/nerds/733t/h4x0rs out there! :geek:

Show off your computer!

I have several computers/servers but this one is my desktop workstation.
  • Antec case[/*]
  • Pentium 4 - 3 Ghz cpu[/*]
  • ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe mainboard[/*]
  • 2 GB Crucial DDR ram[/*]
  • Two 80GB Western Digital Raptors 10k rpm SATA hard drives in RAID 0 config[/*]
  • Swiftech H20-220 Apex™ Ultra liquid cooling [/*]
  • NEC DVD-burner[/*]

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When I break the LAN down I'll try to get a few pics before I pack it up. I have a little of everything here, and it will be a major rebuild effor when I move honestly. My buddy had a pre-made water cooling kit for his computer, they are great if you need extended capacities for running a system beyond it's specifications.
OK, finally got the LAN broken down. Here's a buncha pics.

Left:Dual P166, 240mb RAM. Lightning fast Trio64 video, and a 10/100 NIC Slackware equipped. Dedicated IRC machine.
Right:My main work station. Athlon 2500+, 512 RAM, Radeon 9600 Pro, no creative sound card (seem to have a problem with them crapping out) despite the live drive. DVD R/W, CD-RW.

My trio of 19 inch monitors; didn't spend a dime on em, Viewsonic has a slight burn on it but not bad, the middle one needs a few capacitors in it but works and the last one was a freebie that I do not know why they got rid of it. DUMPSTERDIVING RULES!!!!!

right:my LAN file server, ~.38 TB, DVD drive and CD-RW. Slackware Linux and a 4gb drive for the operating system. Rage 128 Pro, XP 2600+ and 512 RAM. Left:IBM PC Server 320 case, future mod victim.
Midle:Cabletron 10/100 switch 24 port.
Top:p3 600, 64 RAM 4gb drive and 3 NICs. OpenMOSIX computer in the future, at least that's the plan. Slackware Linux installed
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OK folks time for an updated image:

left stack bottom to top:Cisco 5000 series switch (2X switched 10/100 blades and 2 24 port 10/100 blades and a supervisor I) 2XPentium 4 servers, 3 Cisco 2501s and 1 2514, and topped off with Pentium 4s.

right stack:IBM dual Xeon 2.8 ghz server w/3GB RAM, a few P4s followed by a Compaq dual Xeon 2.8ghz with 2gb RAM, and an Athlon XP 2600+ on the top.

Black desktop:Athlon64 3200+
beige desktop:Athlon XP 2500+

to the far right (by the fiance's chair) Cisco 2924 10/100 24 port switch
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That upload is sweet man, if I had that I would have a cab in my home and do serving offa it.
New rebuild of my old machine. Asus K8N-DRE, 200GB Seagate Enterprise hard disk, dual Opteron 850 CPUs (single core 2.4GHZ) 2GB of DDR and an Nvidia 6800 video card. It needs the full tower case actually, as it will not fit the main board in a mid. Sorry about the pick quality. Have less than $70 into it as it stands, need to get a video card and a DVI->VGA adapter and will still be under 90 so I don't think that's too bad considering it's a new main board.
Black89CS:is that 386 built on to the board? If so I think I had that board in my first computer! been a long time had an MDA card in it with an amber screen. DOS on it and 4MB RAM.
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