1. Duo8

    Duo8 GBAtemp Psycho!
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    Hmm let's see if I can remember correctly
    CPU: P4 1.6GHz, socket 478
    RAM: 128MB DDR
    MB: Some MSI with a SiS chipset
    HDD: Seagate 20GB ATA
    ODD: LG CD-ROM 52x
    FDD: a Mitsubishi drive I think
    GPU: nvidia TNT2 with 32MB VRAM

    That MB basically means no meaningful upgrades can be made.
     
  2. Tom Bombadildo

    Tom Bombadildo Dick, With Balls
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    Welp, my latest addition can probably be added here now. I'm just about done upgrading it all, for the near future anyways.

    It's a Dell System 325P:

    CPU: TI486DLC-33gp (AKA a Cyrix 486DLC, just with the Texas Instruments logo slapped on cuz TI manufactured their CPUs for a while). Currently running at 25mhz instead of it's max 33, since this motherboard is limited to 25mhz max :(.
    RAM: 5MB 72 pin SIMMs, 1 1MB and 1 4MB. The mobo supports 16MB total, but can't seem to find 72 pin SIMMs that will actually work so far :lol:
    "GPU": Western Digital WDC90C11
    Soundcard: Soundblaster 16
    HDD: 4GB CF to IDE adapter, split into two 2GB partitions
    FDD1: Mitsumi D359M3D 3.5" 1.44MB drive
    FDD2: Generic 5.25" 1.2MB drive
    OS: DOS 6.22

    There was an ethernet network card installed in one of the ISA slots, but I haven't been able to get it working. Do have another set of drivers that may work for it though, so I'm gonna try and get it actually running sometime soon.

    At some point in time in the future, I want to replace that 5.25" floppy with a CD drive, but for now I'm fine just mounting ISOs as a virtual drive (although it kills the drive read speeds when running disk-based games >.>).
     
  3. nero99

    nero99 GBAtemp Addict
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    Ryzen 2200G, A320 motherboard, 16gb of ddr4 2133, and a old MSI R9 390 8GB.

    I consider this sad because I had to move to this after my high end pc died on me.
     
  4. Tootius

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    My PC is definitely on its last legs now. It's done me well so far but I really need to get a new system.
    Unfortunately I cant upgrade because my mobo only supports 8GB RAM maximum and the case I have wont really accomodate a bigger GPU so I need a entire new system but I will keep my current one as a media player or maybe even install XP on it and keep it for older games.

    I have the AMD PhenomII X4 955 @ 3.2GHz
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    Radeon 7700 @ 3GHz
    1TB SATA HDD
    Windows 7 64 bit Ultimate Edition (pirate copy)

    I use a 40 inch standard HD TV as my monitor.

    It runs 99% of Xbox 360/PS3 era games and it handled early PS4/Xbox One games but it's really starting to struggle now.
     
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