Post your systems from over the years..

elm669

2[H]4U
Joined
Jul 8, 2003
Messages
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My computers over the years

1998:
IBM PC-AT, 286 12mhz 640kb ram 2X floppies

1999:
Desktop:
AST Advantage 622, Pentium 100mhz, 80mb ram 810mb +300mb +260mb hdds, 4X cdrom
Notebook:
none

2000
Desktop:still the ast
Notebook: Toshiba T1000le 8086 11mhz, 2mb ram, 20mb hdd. Bought for $5 with a working battery :dude:

2001:
Desktop: Emachines 600is, celeron 600mhz 256mb ram, 10gb hdd, 8X cdrw
Notebook: NCR Safari 3180, 486SL 33mhz 20mb ram, 250mb hdd 9" tft

2002
Desktop: home brew 600mhz celeron, 256mb ram 40gb hdd 8X cdrw
Notebook: Compaq LTE Elite 4/75CX 486DX-4 75mhz 24mb ram 810mb hdd
Brothers notebook that our high school gave to him from 2002-2004:
IBM Thinkpad A31 P4-m 1.6mhz 256mb ram, 30gb hdd, 15" xga screen, DVD/ Floppy drive

2003
Desktop: homebrew celeron 600mhz @ 750mhz, 256mb ram, 50X cd, 8X cdrw
Notebook: Compaq LTE 5000-5400, P75mhz-P150mhz, 24mb ram- 80mb ram, 2gb hdd-6gb hdd
2004

Desktop: PIII 866mhz 512mb ram 120gb hdd, S3 Savage4. then a: CeleronD 320 2.4ghz @2.98ghz 512mb ram radeon 7500
Notebook: Compaq Armada 7792DMT Pentium 266mhz 144mb ram, 20gb hdd
2005
Desktop AMD Athlon XP-m 1.6ghz @ 2.4ghz, 512mb ram, 120gb hdd 8X cdrw
Notebook: Compaq Armada 7800 PII-pe 366mhz 256mb ram 20gb hdd 24X cdrw
2006
Same as 2005 :(

2007
Desktop: AMD Athlon XP-m 1.6ghz @ 2.5ghz, 1gb ram, 120gb + 40gb hdd 16X DVD-RW
Notebook:
What can I say? I had a good experiece with my brothers back in 2003!: IBM Thinkpad A31, 2ghz P4-m, 512mb ram, 40gb hdd, DVD-R/CDRW 15.4" screen
 

steveak

Weaksauce
Joined
Feb 2, 2006
Messages
90
1999 > Present
(Yes, I'll be upgrading this spring or early summer...)

Gateway desktop, forget model name
PIII, 550mHz
Win98 SE
384 MB (!) RAM (256 originally installed and 128 added later; the system is maxed out on memory now)
32 MB video card (or maybe onboard video, I forget, and I'm at work so can't look it up)
CDROM, but later added a 4x Sony CD burner
18 G hard drive

And I was just recently looking in my file cabinet and saw the original purchase invoice. This rig cost $2,700 at the time! Holy crap!

Haha, man, can you imagine how happy I'll be to upgrade to an E6600?? Countin' the days, countin' the days....


Steve
 
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