Post your specs!

AirMario64

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This thread is pretty much to post the specs of your computer, like RAM, Operating System, Processor, etc.

My computer's specs:
Motherboard: ASUS P5S800-VM
RAM: 480mb
Processor Speed: 3.7GHz
Processor Type: Intel Something
Hard Disk Storage: 40GB
OS: Windows Longhorn 4074

Yeah they're low specs, but it still runs fast for an older machine!
 
CPU: Intel Core i3 2120 CPU @ 3.30 GHz
RAM: 4.00 GB
Pen and Touch: Touch Input Available with 2 Touch Points (touchscreen)
HDD: 1 TB
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium
 

Hobbes

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OS: Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (64 bit)
RAM: 4GB
Processor: Intel Pentium B950 @2.10 GHz
HDD: 500GB
 

2257

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i can't determine the capacity of my hard drive, maybe you guys can help me...

 

YamiHoshi

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Question to the TS: You really have only 480 MB of RAM and you're running Vista?
I don't think it'll end up good.

Anyway (out of my memory):
Apple iMac:
RAM: 12 GB
Processor Speed: 3,06 GHz
Processor Type: Intel Core 2 Duo
Hard Disk Storage: 500 GB
OS: Mac OS X 10.8.3 Preview and Windows 8 Developer Preview (both 64-bit)
Notes: Windows 8 has been used as my Video Capture environment, as well as the entire Mac is used like that.

Apple MacBook Pro:
RAM: 8 GB
Processor Speed: 2,4 GHz
Processor Type: Intel Core 2 Duo
Hard Disk Storage: 250 GB
OS: Mac OS X 10.8.3 Preview and Debian 6.0.6 (both 64-bit)
Notes: This is my private and working PC.

Dell Inspiron:
RAM: 6 GB
Processor Speed: 2,5 GHz
Processor Type: Intel Core i5
Hard Disk Storage: 1 TB
OS: Windows 8 Pro and OpenSUSE 12.1 (both 64-bit)
Notes: This is my School PC, the only reason I've got more stuff on it than needed for School, is because I had to use my MacBook Pro as Router, while moving to my new house.

And 2257,
It's because, unlike Windows, Linux shows you the exact capacity.
Otherwise, you can just open the Terminal, and type in "df -h", to see your capacity (in human readable format (that's what the "-h" part does)).
 

AirMario64

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MKGirlism said:
Question to the TS: You really have only 480 MB of RAM and you're running Vista?
I don't think it'll end up good.
Actually, it's runs pretty fast. Seems to utilize RAM a lot better then XP did.
 

2257

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i was making a joke, guys, i know how big the hard drive is

i guess it wasnt a very good joke if nobody understood <_>
 
Bulbasaur said:
i was making a joke, guys, i know how big the hard drive is

i guess it wasnt a very good joke if nobody understood <_>
You need to make your jokes more clear. I really thought you were serious.
 

YamiHoshi

Nintendo 3DS Developer
AirMario64, RAM has barely anything to do with speed, it's the Processor (CPU), that's based on speed.
RAM is needed for being able to run multiple Apps at the same time, and/or running resource-heavy Apps/Games.
 

2257

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i dunno, i think too little ram could be realised as slowdown, since you'd have to write to swap more often
 

YamiHoshi

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But that's if you run to many heavy Apps on to little RAM.
 

2257

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the minimum requirement for vista is 512mb of ram, though, so it seems like just running the operating system would constitute too many apps

unless longhorn (that's like a development version of vista, right?) requires much less ram than the final release of vista, for some reason...
 

YamiHoshi

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Well, I did install Vista on an old 512 MB RAM PC, which ran Prince of Persia: Two Thrones smoothly, for some reason.
 

2257

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nice try mcd, we all know you'd never wear two-lens glasses
 

Ernest Fine

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yes, but were you going to post the glasses you actually wear? no!
 

YamiHoshi

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What does a pair of glasses have to do with "specs"?
 

Lakituthequick

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According to CPU-Z

Processor:Intel Pentium E2140 - 1.60GHz
Motherboard:ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2
Memory:Kingston - 1GB
Graphics:1. Radeon HD 4650 (I have 2 screens, both 1024x768)
Clocks: 200 MHz core - 400 MHz memory
Memory: 1 GB - Bus width 128 bits
2. ATI Redeon HD 4600 Series (This one is probably the motherboards build-in card, which is unused)
Memory: 1 GB

Very decent overall, plays LEGO Harry Potter - Years 5-7 almost smoothly (and that game has awesome graphics).
 
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