Post your old computer specs
gtfo if it's newer then 2004... That's not old
I don't know which year it was exactly, but around 2000 I used to have Dell Latitude D505.
CPU Something Pentium 1.4 GHz
128 MB RAM
1024x768 matt display
31 GB HDD
I know it had a Bluetooth icon, but apparently it didn't have the actual technology.
I also have an exchangeable 3.5" diskette tray.
Don't remember anything more, though I still have it somewhere at the bottom of my drawer.
I use a thinkpad 755ce every day. Specs:
Intel 486DX4 100MHz CPU
WD90C24 video controller with 1MB
10.4" TFT display with 640x480 resolution
Removable LCD cover to support overhead projectors
8MB memory standard
340, 540 or 810MB HDD
IBM Mwave Audio and Modem controller
UltraBay with 1.44MB FDD
(2) Type II, or (1) Type III PCMCIA slot
I got windows 95 on it. I use it for text editing and some light dos gaming. But mostly for writing.
The keyboard is godlike and a step over the T420 and T43 i have. Its also very modular in its components and very easy to maintain. Also floppies are still a thing.
Still have the damn thing somehow.
33 Mhz PowerPC, 12MB RAM.
This thing, fuck I would have loved to own one like it. Nice, don't sell it yet. Old Apple products are rising in price faster then anything
>buy old Apple devices
>Wait 15 years
Get 10 times more money, why would you even store your money at a bank?
Dell Dimension 433Si :
Intel [email protected] first, then replaced by a [email protected]
8MB of RAM
Cirrus Logic SVGA chipset with 1MB of VRAM
Can go up to 1280*1024 interlaced, and display 24bit color
1*DSHD Floppy Disk Drive
1*Single speed CD-ROM Drive
1*512MB Western Digital HDD
3com Etherlink III ethernet card
Creative Soundblaster 16 value sound card
OS : MS-DOS 6.22 & Windows 3.1
An Intel Pentium [email protected]
Nvidia TNT2 16MB for video
And a 15" CRT monitor.
I bought it in 2002 or something like that, I spend a lot of money for it, but looking back I think I got ripped off pretty hard.
CPU Intel Pentium III 700 MHz
Cache L2 - 256 KB - Advanced Transfer Cache
Front Side Bus 100 MHz
Chipset Intel 440BX
RAM 192 MB
Technology SDRAM - non-ECC
Speed 100 MHz
Form Factor SO DIMM 144-pin
Optical Drive 1 x CD-ROM - removable
Read Speed 24x
Sound Emission 40 dB
Resolution 800 x 600 ( SVGA )
Color Support 24-bit (16.7 million colors)
Graphics Processor AGP 2x - ATI RAGE Mobility M - 4 MB SDRAM
Signal Processor Cirrus Logic CS 4297A
Compliant Standards AC '97, Sound Blaster 16/Pro
Type TrackPoint, keyboard
Network Interface 10/100 Ethernet
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u
Max Transfer Rate 56 Kbps
Expansion Bays 1 x front accessible
Slots 2 x memory ( 1 free )
1 x CardBus ( 1 free )
Interfaces 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11
1 x docking / port replicator
1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45
1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15)
1 x keyboard / mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style)
1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25)
1 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9)
1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A
1 x infrared - IrDA
1 x audio - line-in - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
1 x microphone - input - mini-phone mono 3.5 mm
1 x audio - line-out/headphones - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
Width 12.5 in
Depth 10.6 in
Height 1.5 in
Weight 6.4 lbs
The last computer my father bought me. Told me I was responsible for my own hobbies from there on.
>Pentium III 500mhz, overclocked to 620
>No idea on the motherboard, PC was a stock Fujitsu
>DVD + CDRW drives
Played some good games on it, later upgraded with a Geforce 2 MX 400 when they came out.
The overclock I had on the CPU was the only setting the stock mobo could handle, since there weren't any voltage or other adjustments.
I ended up frying the PSU three times, and the mobo twice, both times on warranty :)
>Macintosh Performa 630CD
33MHz Motorola 68LC040
4MB RAM (if this wasn't when I was a kid it'd be at 36MB)
Mac OS 8.1
>Summer 2001 iMac G3
500MHz IBM G3 CPU
15" 1024x768 Diamondtron (iirc) CRT @ 75Hz
ATi Rage 128 Ultra
Mac OS X 10.4.11
700MHz Motorola G4
100GB HDD (same one that was in the G3)
15" 1024x768 TFT screen (a downgrade but shit was cool)
512MB RAM (this one was weird, it had a user serviceable laptop module under a plate and if you removed the bottom you gain access to a "factory service only" desktop module)
Nvidia GeForce2 MX
Mac OS X 10.4.11
2x single core 2GHz IBM G5s (970MP)
1x 4TB HDD
2x 1.5TB HDDs
2x 1.5TB HDDs
1x 160GB HDD
ATi Radeon 9600 Pro
Mac OS X Server 10.5.8
1.5GHz Motorola G4e
120GB HDD (soon to be SSD)
1024x768 screen (soon to be 1400x1050)
Nvidia GeForce FX Go5200
Mac OS X Server 10.5.8
intel celeron, i don't actually remember which, equivalent to pentium IV
256 MB RAM
GeForce 4, what a beast of a videocard, totally ran Half-Life 2 on max settings
40 GB drive
bought it 14 years ago for almost $1000 (including the 775 Flatron display), traded in recently for a discount on a hair dryer.
Intel Pentium 166MHz
14" CRT Cancer Display
No CD-ROM until around 2002. Bought it around 1999. Was a shit computer even back then but I was a poorfag. Still I owe pretty much everything I know now about computers to this machine.
compaq presario 433
2 mb ram
200 mb hdd
> muh doom
>muh $600 phone bill from connecting to bbs all night(got grounded)
> muh Windows3.1 'riced' with tabworks
Fucker still works like a charm.
>intel celeron 850 MHz
>120 MB ram
2002 ThinkPad T23
1.13GHz Pentium III CPU
1GB PC133 RAM
16MB S3 SuperSavage GPU
30GB 4200RPM HDD
14.1" 1400x1050 LCD
>still my main machine