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Old 03-22-11, 05:16 AM   #1
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I have been into PC gaming for many years now, looking back I have owned a fair few rigs. I remember the days before GPU's and seeing Daytona USA in the arcade hoping one day PC's could provide as good graphics as the arcades, nowadays PC's are better. PC gaming is great, mouse and keyboard and the graphical power of a PC is where my heart is. Up until the last few years, say 2007 and the game Crysis you would buy a videocard and even if it was the fastest card Nvidia or ATI had available it still would still not be powerful enough to play every game at the maximum resolution. These days, what I would call middle of the range cards such the GTX 560 Ti can pretty much do this, so are we now in a world where hardware has really outstripped software for good?

Anyways here are all the PCs I have built over the years, I look forward to hearing about all your builds:

Atari 520 STE || Intel 386DX 40, 4mb RAM, 120mb HD, VGA || AMD 486DX4 100, 8mb RAM, 120mb HD, PCI Diamond Stealth 2mb || Intel Pentium Pro 200, 128mb RAM, 2gb HD, 4mb Matrox Millennium, 4mb Diamond 3Dfx Voodoo || Intel Celeron 300mhz, 256mb RAM, 20gb HD, Creative Geforce SDR 64mb|| AMD Athlon XP 1700+, 512mb RAM, 80gb HD, Leadtek Geforce 4ti 4400 128mb|| Intel Pentium 4 3.2ghz, 1gb RAM, 74gb Raptor HD, ASUS ATI Radeon X800pro 256mb|| AMD Athlon64 3800+, 2gb RAM, 300gb raptor HD, two ASUS 7800GTX's 256mb in SLI|| Intel Core 2 E8400 3.0ghz, 4gb RAM, 300gb HD Raptor, ASUS Geforce GTX 280 1gb|| current rig see sig.

Looking back over the years gaming has come along way. I remember thinking Wolfenstein's graphics were amazing then seeing grass in a FPS that looked real (I think it was soldier of fortune 2) etc etc. But today sometimes I think we have gone backwards, the quality control seems to have gone out the window, every new game I first load up seems to have some sort of problem and I am forced to wait for patches or worse still a patch is never put out. Fallout New Vegas for example is great but it crashes, rendering bugs exist and characters get stuck, I am sure this type of stuff has gotten worse over the years. GTA IV I couldn't even play at the start until a patch was rushed out at the last minute and Nvidia talked up the toy story quality graphics that was supposed to be coming way back when the Geforce FX was being released, that has not happened in gaming, but PC gaming is still the best and most fun platform by far, even if at times it makes me want to tear my hair out!
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Old 03-22-11, 05:48 AM   #2
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We had a thread back in the day....

I cant remember all specifics but are some of the cpus and gpus as best as I can remember;

1) various - ZX sinclair / Apple IIe 64K ram .... (early 80s)
2) 8086 with less than 1 MB Mem.... (late 80s)
3) 486DX-33 with I think 4 MB RAM ... cirrus logic vid card (early90s)
4) 486DX2-66 - 4MB RAM .. Cirrus Logic card (mid 90s)
5) Penitum II - 450Mhz - 32MB mem - Diamond riva 128 (late 90s)
6) Pentium III - 733Mhz - 128MB mem? - Creative TNT (late 90s)
7) AMD AthlonXP 1.2ghz? - 256 MB mem - Geforce 2 MX and Geforce2 Pro / Elsa GeForce 4 Ti 4600 (late 90s to early 2000s)
8) AMD Athlon Barton 2400+ - 1GB mem - ATI 9700 Pro / Leadtek 6800 Ultra (early 2000s to 2005)
9) AMD FX 53 - 1 GB mem - 7800 GTX in SLI (2005 to 2007)
10) Intel Coreduo E4400 2 GB mem - Gigabyte 8800 GTX (2007)
11) Intel Core2Quad Q6600 - 4GB mem - Galaxy GTX 295 (2008)
12) Intel Core2Quad Q9650 - 8GB mem - Colorful GTX 580 (2010)
13) NEXT??? Ivy bridge or Bulldozer with 680 or 7970? who knows when (201X?)
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Old 03-22-11, 06:28 AM   #3
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Telco Pong
Atari 2600
Colecovision
Nintendo
P 75
P 200MMX
Celer on300A overclocked to 450
P3 1.6Ghz
P4 3.06
XBOX 360
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Old 03-22-11, 09:55 AM   #4
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My Old CPU's:

Cyrix II 266MHz
Penitum II 333MHz
Athlon XP 1700+
Athlon XP 2500+ (OC'd to 3200+ speeds)
Athlon64 3200+
Athlon64 X2 3800+
Intel C2D E8400
Intel Core i7 950

GPU's:

Radeon 7500
Radeon 9700 Pro
Radeon 9800 Pro
GeForce 6800GT (AGP, then PCIe)
GeForce 7800GTX
GeForce 8800GT
GeForce 9800GT
HD5870
GeForce GTX560 Ti
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I'll just stick to the ones I've built.

1. AMD Althon XP 2500+ 512MB DDR333 XFX Ti4200 2 x 40GB RAID 0
2. AMD Althon 3800+ X2 2GB DDR400 XFX 6800GT 2 x 120GB RAID 0
3. AMD Althon FX-60 2GB DDR500 6800GT SLI 2 x 320GB RAID 0
4. Intel Q6600 G0 8GB DDR2-800 8800GTX SLI 2 x 74GB raptor RAID 0
5. Intel I7 2600K 8GB DDR3-1600 HD5870 160GB G2 SSD

I'm not 100% sure on the hdds, I used a lot of different setups over the years. Most of my builds were transitions from one setup to the next, so a lot of parts went between builds.
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Old 03-22-11, 10:10 AM   #6
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I have been into PC gaming for many years now, looking back I have owned a fair few rigs. I remember the days before GPU's and seeing Daytona USA in the arcade hoping one day PC's could provide as good graphics as the arcades, nowadays PC's are better. PC gaming is great, mouse and keyboard and the graphical power of a PC is where my heart is. Up until the last few years, say 2007 and the game Crysis you would buy a videocard and even if it was the fastest card Nvidia or ATI had available it still would still not be powerful enough to play every game at the maximum resolution. These days, what I would call middle of the range cards such the GTX 560 Ti can pretty much do this, so are we now in a world where hardware has really outstripped software for good?

Anyways here are all the PCs I have built over the years, I look forward to hearing about all your builds:

Intel 386DX 40, 4mb RAM, 120mb HD, VGA || AMD 486DX4 100, 8mb RAM, 120mb HD, PCI Diamond Stealth 2mb || Intel Pentium Pro 200, 128mb RAM, 2gb HD, 4mb Matrox Millennium, 4mb Diamond 3Dfx Voodoo || Intel Celeron 300mhz, 256mb RAM, 20gb HD, Creative Geforce SDR 64mb|| AMD Athlon XP 1700+, 512mb RAM, 80gb HD, Leadtek Geforce 4ti 4400 128mb|| Intel Pentium 4 3.2ghz, 1gb RAM, 74gb Raptor HD, ASUS ATI Radeon X800pro 256mb|| AMD Athlon64 3800+, 2gb RAM, 300gb raptor HD, two ASUS 7800GTX's 256mb in SLI|| Intel Core 2 E8400 3.0ghz, 4gb RAM, 300gb HD Raptor, ASUS Geforce GTX 280 1gb|| current rig see sig.
You have some interesting specs. You'll do small upgrades a couple of times then one rig tends to last a long time and the next upgrade is huge. Celeron 300 to 1700+ is a huge jump, then the 3800+ to E8400, then to 2600K. You replaced the 1700+ and the P4 rig fairly quickly. Same thing with the pentium pro.
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Old 03-22-11, 10:37 AM   #7
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Will post what I remember.

First "computer" was the commodore 64 with tape deck.

First "real" computer that I used for gaming was HP Pavilion with Intel Pentium 200mhz, 128mb ram, 4gb hdd and ATI rage card.

Later replaced with HP Pavilion with Pentium III 500mhz, 256mb ram, 20GB hdd and build in geforce card, this was the first PC that at one point i completly took apart and re-assembled, first PC that got me into PC hardware.

Shortly this PC was replaced by home build system with Pentium 4 1.7ghz, 1gb Rambus ram (later 2gb), 60+40GB hdd, and I over the time this rig seen few video cards.

Then I got another home build Pentium 4, 2.8ghz, ram was 2gb i believe, hdd i don't remember, i believe I had a geforce 4 TI in this machine.

Later replaced with AMD Ahtlon X2, my first dual core, again 2gb ram i believe, few hdds, this was also my first SLI rig, first a single geforce 7800, FEAR was the game that got me upgraded to 7800 SLI, later replaced with geforce 7950X2.

After AMD was going down the hill again, my next rig was Intel Core2 duo 6600, dual core intel on nforce 680i board, still don't understand all the hate for nforce boards, mine was stellar. In the same rig at later point CPU was replaced with my first Quad core the Q6600. Towards end of this rig I believe I had Geforce 280 and 8gb of ram in it.

Now to my current rig, Intel Core i7 920, 6GB triple channel ram, Geforce 480GTX, EVGA 58x board, etc... etc...
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Thats the evolution of the main rig.


Then there was the server. for short while the HP pavilion with 500mhz was used as a server, after I upgraded to the Pentium IV 1.7ghz.

After i upgraded to the Pentium IV 2.8ghz, the Pentium IV 1.7ghz became the server.

AMD Athlon 3200+ was the first dedicated server rig, but for short time, later that role went to the Athlon X2.

From there I think i jumped to Phenom X2 9550 on geforce 8200 board, later board was replaced to MSI 780G (one big POS, ATI chipset complete nightmare), then CPU was replaced to Athlon X4 at 2.8ghz, and again board replaced to Gigabyte 890GX (again chipset is horrible slightly better then 780G, plus gigabyte boards are better then MSI)


My HTPC, also when though few steps, started out with AMD Athlon X2 5200+, don't remember what the first board was, but later and still current board is the MSI 780G board, CPU later was replaced with Phenom 9550. HTPC currently runs with Geforce GT 240, Geforce can properly use hardware acceleration with XBMC.


Both Server and HTPC will be upgraded by the summer maybe fall, if the bulldozer chipsets will not improve i will dump the AMD rigs for Intel.
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You have some interesting specs. You'll do small upgrades a couple of times then one rig tends to last a long time and the next upgrade is huge. Celeron 300 to 1700+ is a huge jump, then the 3800+ to E8400, then to 2600K. You replaced the 1700+ and the P4 rig fairly quickly. Same thing with the pentium pro.
Firstly I forgot that I owned an Atari 520STE, which was my first ever computer. I use to love playing Double Dragon and Iron Man Super Offroad
Regarding the upgrades, yeah the gaps are usually because of money being tight. For example I held onto my E8400 for quite sometime because I bought a house and that sucked up my spare cash. But it comes to the point where i have saved enough cash to splash out, winter is coming around fast and with CHCH so quake damaged there is no where really to go at the moment so splashed out on a new Sandy Bridge system to keep me entertained . I am also now going to skip a Geforce releases hence why I held onto my 280 when the 480 came out.

Actually, regarding the 1700+ to P4 upgrade, I actually moved to the USA for a year so sold the XP 1700+ then before coming back to NZ I purchased parts for the P4 system off Newegg.com and shipped it back with me, so thats why there was the small gap there

It interesting reading everyones computers they have owned. Brings back memories of computers back in the day!
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too much to list
This is pretty much the same for me, however more so with older rigs than anything recent. I'll do my best to go through 'em though.

I started out with an Apple IIe... was the first computer my family had. Dual 5 1/4 inch floppy drives. Had a blast with that computer however I didn't much care for the inner workings at that time (I was like 6 years old, maybe younger ). Just gamed on it.

However, in 5th grade my science teacher gave me an older Zenith Supersport286 laptop that nobody was able to get working. My grades were low and he said I could have the laptop regardless of whether I was able to get it working or not so long as I kept my grades up.

Well, that night I went home and poured over the laptop's manual and got it to boot from the MS-DOS 3.1 disks that came with it. The problem with the laptop was the CMOS battery was dead so it had no idea about the hard drive or anything else. Every time you'd turn it on you'd have to enter the BIOS, configure it correctly and then it'd boot to the HDD. I didn't dare disassemble the laptop untill some years later, where I replaced the CMOS battery (CR 2032 battery) and it worked and booted perfectly from that point on. It has a 286 @ 12MHz, I believe 2MB RAM (really drawing a blank here tbh), a 40MB HDD, 3.5" floppy drive, and a monochrome LCD screen. This was *my* first computer, and ultimately the unit responsible for developing my interest in computers.

After that I stumbled upon an old tower at church that was tucked away in the closet. It belonged to the pastor and he said it didn't work and he didn't have the time nor money to fix it (he built it himself). I'm not sure what it had, but I know it was a socket 3 386. I didn't know enough about the hardware at the time to replace anything yet. So my parents paid an older gentleman by the name of James Clemens to repair the system for me. This gentleman was a major mentor and inspiration for me learning more about the workings of computers, assembling them, etc.

He upgraded it to an AMD 5x86 @ 133 MHz, though the motherboard only supported up to a 486 DX/SX so it ran at 66MHz. Infact the mobo listed the CPU as a 486SX/DX. He upped it to 20MB EDO RAM, two hard drives- one was three-hundred-some-odd MB the other a four-hundred-some-odd-MB, with a 4x SCSI optical drive, CirrusLogic VGA card, and I cannot recall the sound card but I know the company is no longer in existance. He put DOS 6.22 and Win3.1 in it for me, and provided me with a tractor-fed dot-matrix printer, and some cheap speakers.

That was my first complete computer and it was with this unit I first started dabbling with swapping out parts. At first I was leary to because my parents had spent a good deal of money to get it working, and I was hesitant to "dig in" to it for fear of breaking something and costing them more money.

Much to my surprise may parents actually encouraged me to just dabble with it- I believe because the recognized my intrigue and figured this may develop into a career for me.

For the longest time I just gamed on that desktop, explored in DOS- *loved* creating batch files to execute a long string of commands (made a lot of those in the BASIC and QBASIC editors that came with DOS 6.22), manipulating the AUTOEXEC.BAT file to make certain things load upon boot, such as win.exe, as well as other various things.

By the time I was in 7th grade a landed a "job" at a local computer refurbishing shop appropriately called "Boneyard Computers". They didn't pay me in cash since I was too young to work, but paid me in store credit which I could use to "purchase" anything I wanted. Mostly we worked on 286s, 386s, 486s, 5x86's, Cyrix 6x86's, and early Pentiums. I worked here untill just shortly after I graduated 8th grade and went through so many different motherboards and processors.

At this time I hadn't realized I was running a 5x86, because the mobo listed my proc as a 486DX/SX @ 66MHz, so that's what I thought it was. Well, I wound up "upgrading" to various different 486's- DX2 @ 80MHz with a new mobo, DX4 @ 100MHz with a new mobo... and it was that mobo w/ the DX4 100 where I put my old 5x86 in and realized that it was a 133MHz processor- that was a very pleasant surprise so I rocked that for some time. Before the DX4 however I rocked various Pentiums as well.

Around the end of 1997 my Dad purchased his first computer- it was an NEC that sported a P200 w/MMX ( ), 24MB EDO RAM, 2.1GB HDD, integrated ATi Rage 3D Graphics Accelerator w/2MB VRAM, I believe a 16x CD-ROM drive, and Windows95. For the longest time this computer served as the benchmark, the pinnacle for desktop performance- every computer *I built* I was attempting to acheive the performance my Dad's NEC provided.

Through my job at Boneyard I landed a P133, then later a P166 w/MMX, a P200 w/MMX, then finally a P233 w/MMX. Through all those upgrades I went through a plethora of hard drives, video cards (mostly S3 Savage based GPUs using the PCI interface, on Diamond Multimedia branded cards)... had several Quantum BigFoot HDDs that used the 5.25" bay in the tower, multiple maxtors, fujitsu, WD, seagates... whole bunch of 'em.

For the longest time I rocked my Dad's copy of Win95, and then later his copy of Win98 SE.

My next major Upgrade was to an AMD K6-II 300MHz w/3DNOW! ( x2 ). Rocked an 8GB Quantum Bigfoot HDD and I believe a Seagate 6.4GB HDD, some random optical drive, I believe I had 64MB of RAM and a PCI Diamond Stealth S540 III 32MB 3D Graphics Accelerator. This rig was my baby for the longest time.

My next major upgrade was to a Slot A Athlon750, alternated between my Diamond Stealth S540 and an AGP ATi Rage128 16MB I had. By the time I was done upgrading this rig it had 758MB of RAM, and 80GB ATA133 HDD, GF2 MX220 w/64MB, 16xDVD, 52x48x52x CD-burner, and WinXP Pro (pre SP1).

I replaced that rig with what was my first from the ground-up brand new computer. Everything I owned up to and including the Athlon750 was comprised of old, used parts from my job @ Boneyard Computers.

This "new" rig sported an AXP1800+, ASUS A7V333 mobo, ASUS GF4 MX440 w/64MB DDR, 512MB DDR266, and an 80GB IBM DeskStar HDD. First upgrade to this rig was a GF4 Ti4200, then I upped the RAM to 1GB, then got a GFFX 5950U, then go an AXP 2800+, then maxed the RAM @ 3GB DDR400, on the 5950U I replaced the stock cooler with the Arctic Cooling dual-slot cooler and oc'd the card to crazy levels... don't recall the exact frequencies though. Heck, dig back far enough in my post history here and you'll likely find one or more threads where I was oc'ing the card.

After this was my first semi-sorta' high-end gaming rig. I got the s754 A64 2800, ASUS K8V SE Dlx, 2GB DDR400, and rocked that 5950u. By this time I think I was sporting a Maxtor 320GB HDD. I remember I order the mobo+cpu+ram from Monarchcomputer.com before they had gone under. That's also where I purchased my 5950U.

I rocked that rig for the longest time, with the CPU oc'd from 1.8GHz to 2.2GHz which was fairly impressive at that time. I'd gotten this setup shortly after the A64's launch... so it was s754 for everything but the highend FX series and opterons, which used s940. Towards the end of my time owning this setup I replaced the 5950U with a 6800GT, which I also put Arctic Cooling's dual slot HSF on and oc'd it to beyond 6800Ultra clocks.

I later upgraded to the EPoX s754 NF4 SLi based mobo, and dual 7600GTs in SLi, and 2GB DDR500, as well as the s754 A64 3800. Rocked this rig for a while, I remember I sported this back when FEAR first came out, and I was able to play it near maxed with decent framerate. This was my first SLi setup and it made a believer out of me- near 100% scaling in every game I played, and in some cases more than 100% (likely a driver issue causing single card performance to be lower than it should have been I'm assuming).

I had this rig till about Nov. of '06, when I purchased my dual 640MB 8800GTSs on launch day. Obviously with an A64 3800 on s754 pushing these two cards performance was much lower than anticipated, so about a month later I upgrade to an Opteron185 oc'd to 3GHz, ASUS A8N32 Sli DLx, 4GB DDR500, the same PSU you see in my sig as well as the same 500GB samsung HDD you see in my sig. Rocked this setup for quite a while. Replaced the CPU with an FX-60 that I believe I purchased off of Riptide here and oc'd that to ~3.1GHz.

Sold that rig and went to a Phenom9600 BE @ 2.3Ghz, 8GB DDR2 1066, and dual 9600GTs in SLi. Rocked that for a bit then sold it and went with a C2Q6600, 8GB DDR2 1066, Intel BadAxe mobo, and a single e-VGA GTX260 Core216.

Rocked that setup for a while until finally getting the rig you see in my sig.

That's, believe it or not, the short list. I know I left out various upgrades and such- like I owned several K6-IIs, K6-IIIs, SocketA rigs, Slot 1 PIIIs, had some PIIs, etc. Far too many to remember though. A lot of fond memories back then.
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