Post Your System Specs
I found that I can get my Linux fix here, but it would be good to have a better pc hardware discussion and activity.
So I figured, what are all of your hardware system specs (mobo, graphix, hard drive, memory, etc..)? Also, what distro(s) are you running there?
I am running a Pentium 4 with an Intel motherboard and Gentoo 2006 and 512MB of RAM.
I also have an Acer laptop with Gentoo.
I am wanting to upgrade though so any advice you have on what you like in your sys would also be good!
My specs are in my sig. If you are asking for specs then could you get a little more detailed than just saying an Intel motherboard with a Pentium4 processor? That would make a thread like this help out other people much more by letting them know what other members have in their system.
I got two desktop systems mainly consisting of:
Intel Core 2 Duo
Intel DG965WH Media Series Desktop Motherboard (G965 Graphics and all other important devices onboard)
2 and 1 GB of system memory, respectively
SATA2-HDD(s) via ICH8 (libata/AHCI)
(both running Gentoo GNU/Linux ~amd64)
My third system is a "vintage" Desktop with
AMD Athlon XP Mobile 2400+
ABIT NF7-S rev2.0
Sapphire ATI Radeon 8500
1GB system memory
a parallel ATA subsystem
(running Kubuntu 6.10, will be used for testing 7.04 soon)
Then there's my laptop, an IBM Thinkpad T40, with
Intel Pentium M Banias (Centrino)
ATI Radeon 7500
Intel Pro/1000 GigE LAN Adapter
256MB system memory (surprisingly, this works quite well - as long as I don't run OO-org )
(running Kubuntu 6.10)
And last but not least, my dedicated file-, media- and homeserver, which is soon to be revived
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ (Venice)
Foxconn 6150K8MD-8EKRSH (Graphics and everything onboard - nice product name, by the way!)
SATA2-RAID5 setup via lvm2/md/libata/AHCI
512MB system memory
(distribution yet to be decided)
Did Intel release a new BIOS yet for your problem? I still haven't heard from them about that.
Originally Posted by colo
No, they did not give a f*ck, neither did MDT. Poor me, went to shop for new (and thoroughly more expensive, memory market fluctuations be damned!) DIMMs after four weeks of constant nagging. Thanks for your efforts nonetheless
System 1:Main PC
P4 524 3.06G EM64T
MSI PM8M3-VH via based motherboard
2x512MB ddr400 kingmax
BFG 7600GS OC AGP with 512MB DDR2
Hauppage WinTV PVR150
Linux Mint 2.1 and Windows XP Pro
System 2:Kids PC
AMD AthlonXP 2400+
Abit NF7-S Rev 2 Motherboard
2x256MB ddr333 noname
Asus Nvidia 6600 256MB AGP
PCLinuxOS 0.93a and Windows XP Home
AMD Sempron64 2800+ OC'd to 2.4G
Asus K8N motherboard
EVGA 6600GT 128MB AGP
Linux Mint 2.1
System 4:Wife's Laptop
P3 1G Laptop
Linux Mint 2.1
AMD K6-2 500
Can't remember mobo
S3 based PCI card
PCLinuxOS 0.93a with no gui
System 6:Mame Machine
P3 600 Slot
Asus P2B Motherboard
256MB PC 133
BFG FX5500 256MB PCI
AdvanceCD and Win2k
System 7:Racing Simulator/Game Console display
Compaq Intel Motherboard
192MB PC 133
ATI Radeon 9200 64MB
Crystal Sound Audio
ATI TV Wonder VE
Generic Gameport Steering Wheel with Pedals
Spare minivan seat with seatbelt
Win2k with Nascar Racing Season 2002 and Dscaler for Game Console viewing but the PC has run Linux no problem.
System 8:Test Spare/Data Recovery
Asus P2B Motherboard
256MB PC 100
Generix FX5200 64 MB AGP
Systems 4,5,6,7 and 8 were salvage recovery machines that I cleaned up/fixed. System 1,2 and 3 were home built by me.
Specs of my Beast
Motherboard: ASUS PC-DL Deluxe
CPU: 2 x Intel Xeon 2.8 Ghz / 533 FSB (Prestonias)
RAM: 4 x kingston PC3200 512MB Sticks
PSU: Antec True power EPS12V 550W
Video Card: Nvidia FX5900XT 128MB Vid Ram (MSI)
Hard Drive: 1 x Seagate 120GB SATA w/NCQ and 8MB Cache
CD-RW: ASUS 52x24x52
CDROM: ASUS 52x
DVD: ASUS 16x
Zalman Fan Controller
5 x 80mm Case Fans
1 X 92mm Case Fan
Matrix Orbital MX222 (Still having fun getting this to work)
19 inch Samsung 955b monitor running at 1600x1200 resolution
Right now I am running Fedora Core 6. however thinking of going back to Gentoo.
It's not much by todays standards. however it gets me by
Heh... Sounds like ME, really...
Originally Posted by Fragadelic
1: Athlon XP+ 2800, water cooled, 1Gb RAM, 80Gb PATA 133 HD, NVidia 5950 Ultra, FC 5.
2: Athlon 64 3200+, Solo2 Motherboard, 1Gb RAM, 2 80Gb PATA133 HDs, NVidia 5600OC, Mandriva 64-bit (Ubuntu Feisty going on SOON...)
3: Core Duo T5500, 2Gb RAM, 160Gb SATA, NVidia GeForce Go 7600, Ubuntu Feisty.
4: Athlon 64 3200+ 760Mb RAM, 120Gb PATA 133, ATI Xpress 200M, Ubuntu Edgy.
5: P4 Mobile 1.7 GHz, 1Gb RAM, 60 Gb PATA 100, Radeon Mobile 9000, Ubuntu Edgy.
6: Athlon XP+ 2400, 1Gb RAM, 120Gb PATA 133, Random 3D accelerators (Tesbed machine 1...), Ubuntu Edgy and FC6.
7: Via EPIA 10000m, 512Mb RAM, 120Gb PATA 133, Mandriva 2005.
8: Via EPIA 10000m, 512Mb RAM, 120Gb PATA 133, Ubuntu Feisty.
9: P4 3.6 GHz, 2Gb RAM, 160Gb SATA, Random 3D accelerators (Testbed machine 2 for the short term, eventually my main machine once I get a decent PCI-E card in hand instead of the random stuff I've glommed onto...), Ubuntu Feisty.
And, these are just the actively USED machines that I use... It doesn't get into my wife's, or any of the hot spares, embedded systems boards, etc... >;-)
Athlon 750 Thunderbird
256 MB PC 133 Micron Memory
200 GB Seagate Hard Drive
80 GB Maxtor Hard Drive
Toshiba DVD+/-RW +DL
3.5" and 5.25" floppy drives
GeForce 2 TI
300 Watt Power Supply
I should list all of the Phoronix test systems sometime. At any time there's usually about 36 different setups readily available, granted of course, we phase out old hardware quite quickly -- i.e. donating Athlon XP, Socket 478 systems, etc.