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Post Your Rig!

Discussion in 'Racer' started by KS95, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    Hey peoples. I decided to go ahead and start the "post your rig" thread, as suggested by Oelmuvun. Basically, post your specs and/or a picture of your computer/laptop or even your controllers.

    I don't have a picture but my specs of my PC build are:

    • Intel Celeron E3200 at 2.4Ghz
    • Novatech 2Gb ram
    • Novatech 400W PSU
    • nVidia Geforce GT210 512mb (to be ordered this week, woop!)
    • Seagate Barracuda 250Gb HDD (also to be ordered! :D)
    • Windows 7 (on the way!)

    Your turn!!!
    • Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550
    • 4 GB Ram (Brand Corsair)
    • 520 Watt Corsair PSU (HX520W)
    • Sapphire HD 4890 Toxic (1 GB)
    • 650 GB Western Digital Black Caviar HDD (need more money for an SSD - or I hope they get a better price per GB (and more space overall) in the next few months... want to try one badly :D )
    • Audigy 2 ZS Platinum Pro (want to exchange that one for an Asus Xonar Card - Creatives drivers suck balls)
    • Some lousy Tevion 5.1 System which is dying slowly (need more money to for a Logitech Z5500 or something equal)
    • Some old CRT Screen (Intergraph 21sd95/ did I tell you that I need more money? I guess yeah )
    • G27 (just bought that one and I am ****ing bad at driving with it as opposed to mouse in racer (keyboard in NFS Shift)

    No screenys because, well, I have no camera :rolleyes:

    Now if racer would only support ATI as good as it does support nvidia.
  2. I guess I will lol

    • P4 3.5 ghz Hyper-threading processor
    • 1 GB Ram
    • EVGA GeForce 9600 GSO 1 GB DDR2
    • 350 Watt Dell XPS PSU (not sure exactly the wattage thats a guess)
    • 150 GB Western Digital HDD (yeah I need another one bad)
    • some onboard sound card
    • a set of Yamaha YST-M10 speakers.... from 1994, way better than crappy dell speakers my computer came with
    • Hanns-G HH201 20" LCD widescreen
    • 2 Momo Racing wheels (one is just a clutch the other is steering brakes gas and shifting)
    Why yes I have a picture, here it is, in all its hugeness lol
  3. AMD Phenom x4 9950BE @ 3Ghz
    Gigabyte MA790GP-DS4H
    G.Skill F2-8000CL5D-4GBPQ
    Visiontek Radeon HD 3850 256MB
    Auzentech X-Plosion 7.1 DTS Connect
    cheapo hauppauge video input card
    Acer X223W
    Logitech G25


    And this is what it looked like with the old case:
    New case close:
    It is a really cheap case but at least it is wide enough to allow for clearance over my CPU heatsink. It also has 120mm fan mounts that my tall case did not :p
  4. I don't have any picture but i'ts ok.

    • Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400
    • 4 GB Ram (Brand Kingston)
    • 500 Watt
    • Nvidia Zotac GTS250 1GB GDDR3 <-I love it *_*
    • 250 GB HD SataII Western Digital
    • On-boar Realtek Sound Card :)P Good sound anyway.)
    • LG 22' LCD
    • 2 joysticks =D
  5. Well, I have 3 systems.


    Core2Duo P8700 @ 3GHz
    Nvdia GeForce 160m with PhysX
    4gb DDR3 1333 Ram (A-Data)
    MSI-1651 mobo

    PC 1:
    AMD Phenom II 965BE 3.5GHz for now (Stock Cooler)
    Sapphire Radeon 4870X2 Overclocked (850/900) gpu/mem
    4GB Gskill Rpijaws DDR3 1600
    MSI 790Fx mobo

    Intel Core2Duo Q6700 2.66GHz
    Nvidia 9800GTX
    Nvidia 780i chipset (EVGA 780i mobo)
    4gb DDR2 800 ram

    My PC game room has fallowings:
    BenQ 24" Full HD monitor
    Dell 22" monitor
    All 3 of my systems
    Logitech G-25
    Logitch G-19 keyboard
    Logtech G-13 Gamepad
    Logtitech Z-5500
  6. got a new mouse the other day ;)

    and for those that can't tell, its a Razer DeathAdder :D
  7. Alexander Knoll

    Alexander Knoll


    eh...cool i have the Racer Mamba^^
  8. Intel E5200 overclocked to 3ghz (stock intel cooler for now)
    Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L motherboard
    2GB DDR2 667 Kingston ram
    MSi HD4670 512mb
    650W PS
    2x 160GB hard drives
    20" HP2009m LCD monitor (1600x900)
    Windows 7 32 bit
    Logitech MOMO wheel
    Creative speakers (not very big, but they do the job)
  9. PC:
    AMD athlon 2.0ghz 32bits
    Winfast XXX motherboard
    1GB RAM
    ATI Radeon 9250 Series 256mb ( a piece of s h i t)
    120gb HD IDE
    22.5" Samsung LCD Widescreen
    Windows XP Professional SP1

    And now, my new notebook sony vaio:

    Intel Core 2 Duo 64bits T6600 2.2ghz
    4Gb Ram with cache, support 8gb
    Asus motherboard
    NVidia GForce GT9600 512mb
    320gb HD sata
    18.4" widescreen
    Windows 7 Home
  10. CPU: Intel Core i7 950 3.06GHz
    Mobo: ASUS P6T Deluxe V2
    RAM: Patriot Viper 6GB DDR3 (3x2 GB Kit)
    GFX: ZOTAC Geforce GTX295 (2x896 MB GDDR3)
    HD: 1TB Seagate SATA
    Case: Antec Twelve Hundred with 1200W Tacens Radix 1200 Smart PSU
    OS: Windows 7 Professional x64
  11. Gaming PC:

    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 925 @ 2.8GHz
    RAM: 2GB OCZ Reaper DDR2 @ 1066MHz
    MB: Gigabyte M52L-S3P AM2+
    GFX: ATI Radeon HD 5850 1GB
    HDD: Samsung 320GB @ 7200RPM
    Power Supply: 550W
    Monitor: Iiyama ProLite 1908WSV @ 1680x1050
    Case: X-Case V12

    Laptop - Dell Studio 1557:

    CPU: Intel Core i7 720QM @ 1.63GHz
    RAM: 4GB DDR3 @ 1333MHz
    HDD: Western Digital 320GB @ 7200RPM
    GFX: ATI Mobility Radeon HD4570 512MB
    Screen: 15.6" @ 1920x1080
  12. Like reading about other peoples' rigs! :D Here's mine:

    CPU: AMD Phenom II 945 x4 3.8GHz (using standard MSi OC settings/functions)
    RAM: 10GB, Kingston
    MoBo: MSi 790FX-GD70
    GPU: ATi 4870 X2
    Case: Cooler Master CM690
    OS: Vista Business and XP-Pro (dual boot config)
    HDD: 2TB, 1TB for Vista, other for XP, running an external 1TB.

    Work: (Government issue laptop)
    HP EliteBook 8530p
    Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8700 (2.53GHz)
    ....stock standard..... runs projectors, interactive whiteboards, school reporting system, planning, daily hack... great piece of kit!

    Kids computer:
    CPU: AMD Duron MP (2 processors running at 2.3GHz each at a guess)
    RAM: 512MB
    MoBo: Asus A7M266-D (Former server board)
    GPU: ATi 4870 X2
    Case: Thermaltake (can't remember)
    OS: XP-Pro
    HDD: 2x 80GB Hitachi DeskStar drives

    The dinosaur! Used daily, nothinghas ever gone wrong with this machine.
    ACORN A4000, made in England, purchased from EcoTech Computers NZ in 1993
    CPU: ummm....about 25MHz
    RAM: 2MB (no joke)
    HDD: CONNOR DRIVE around 20MB from memory
    Graphics: yes it has some ;)
    OS: RISC OS3 (no changes since purchased in 1992)
    Extras: Floppy disc, external CONNOR CD-Rom (wow! :) )
  13. huahuauhau lol, mike do you have a wild machine in home!
  14. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    Yeah, I'm liking the extremely powerful "Dinosaur" XD

    Can't wait for tomorrow, my GPU and HDD arrive!

    Edit: GRRR. Hasn't arrived yet.. it should definitely be here tomorrow then :/
  15. KS95

    RACER Moderator

    I got my parts and installed them successfully. I have been having problems with my Windows 7 install, the boot manager (bootmgr) has.. disappeared. A guy at Novatech technical support has given me some instructions that should fix it.

    Hopefully I'll be back playing Racer soon as I'll be having a go at this again as soon as I'm left alone xD
  16. lol, it's a good machine :) Prior to this I was using recycled parts to build computers, then thought I'd have a treat :D
  17. Wow, an Acorn, awesome! :) Was reading up on them a while ago. We have a computer museum where I work/hang out, you might like it: http://racunalniski-muzej.si/en/ Take a look at the gallery :)

    My computers:
    Athlon 3200+ @ 2.4GHz, 3GB Geil ram, 6600GT 128MB, 0.5TB disk, CPU and GPU by Zalman, 19" LCD + 19" CRT

    Dell 500 laptop, Celeron @ 2GHz, 3GB ram, integrated graphics, broken screen

    EEE PC 701 @ 900MHz /w 2GB ram

    ZX Spectrum @ 3.5 MHz

    Atari 2600 Jr @ 1.19 MHz :p
  18. Hehe - going for low Cycle freqs? I have at least 4 Commodore C64 here: PAL-machines with 978250kHz (most people think a C64 has 1MHz, but it has slightly less as PAL version, slightly more as NTSC version...) and nowadays the graphics on it rock more than those spectrum thingys...
    -> 4x
    C64(6510 + 2x 6522 + 8580R5 + 6567) <- that's the CMOS-Chips in there
    1541(5,25" Floppy) (8502 + 2x8520)
    2x 1581 (3,2" Floppy) (dunno the specs anymore, except that there's a WD1771 Controller in there)

    And the rest:
    Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet
    - core 2 duo L7500 (1,6GHz)
    - GMA3100
    - 2GB RAM
    - Gentoo Linux, stable, KDE4

    - Core 2 Duo E6600@2,4GHz
    - Asus P5W DH Deluxe
    - Asus EN7950GT
    - Soundblaster X-Fi Elite Pro
    - 2GB Kingston Hyper-X DDR2-800
    - LC-Power Scorpio 420W
    - WD2000BB (200GB), Samsung SP2504C (250GB), Samsung HD300LD (300GB), LG GSA 4061, ST31500541AS (1,5TB)
    - Cherry Stingray Mouse & Keyboard
    - 2x Benq FP93G (19" TFT Displays)
    - Logitech G25
    - OS: Gentoo Linux testing, XP Pro