Originally Posted by RANDC
I am just waiting on my new one being delivered, I have gone for a dell XPS17
It has the i7 chip 6GB of DDR3 mem with 1TB (2x500GB 7200rpm) HD
3GB Nvidia GT550 Graphics and some awasome sounds with a sub woofer
All in a top of the range laptop, can wait to put it to some work
Nice rig, that dual 500GB should get you so fast read/write speeds. I have dual 500GB too in raid 0, I get about 125 MB/s read. As for the 550, dammit I really wish I had a fermi lol. A subwoofer on a laptop??? no I'm confused...is external right?
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Originally Posted by BongMasterP
athlon x2 240 @3436Mhz probabbly able to overclock faster with stock cooler, but i dont play games or whatever, just did this coz it was possible.
3 gig ddr 3
onboard vga geforce 6150se
Got this pc from my father in law after my house went up in flames last december. coz eveything i ever owned burned to ashes!!!
check here. youtube vid from the fire. my place was the lowest house from the "flat" so both 3 apartments above me aren't habitable anymore. Also this was when the fire was allmost put out. it had burned for 3 hours before they could find the switch in the ground to turn off the gas pipes leading to the appartments
Brand aan de Beethovenlaan Doetinchem - YouTube
btw how to get a nice online record of my specs? do i have to have the registered version of cpuz? coz i dont see a paste button anywhere. and from the looks of it it's an automated file
Naws you don't need a registered version of CPUZ. Just follow these steps and you be on your way.
1. Run CPU-z
2. Click on the "About" Tab
3. Click on Validation
4. Change the name if desired
5. Place email for safe keeping of the record
6. Click submit
7. A browser window will automatically open up with the page with your records.