Benchmarking Software

Posted by: jonconley

Benchmarking Software - 10/17/03 07:25 PM

I have built a few computers recently and pride myself on using the best hardware I can find for the prices I am given. Now I just got done building a digital video editing/gaming machine for under $650. So now I want to run some tests and see what kind of benchmarks I can get on this puppy. To show other gamers the beast of a machine I can get at such a value, hopefully
Posted by: fearENKI

Re: Benchmarking Software - 11/09/03 08:54 AM

damn....i was looking to spend about 630$(ill post the specs in a little bit)for a 2.6 ghz etc. pc annnd now that i see this im thinking..whoa
Posted by: fearENKI

Re: Benchmarking Software - 11/09/03 08:57 AM

Processor: Pentium 4 2.66GHz
Motherboard: XP4-925ALU (533MHz FSB/USB 2.0)
Hard drive: 80GB 7200 RPM
Optical Drive: Fast CD-RW
Floppy: 1.44MB
Memory: 256MB DDR


CPUs supported: Intel P4 CPUs @ 533/400MHz FSB
Chipset supported: P4 VIA P4M266 chipset system board
Built-in Graphics System: S3`s Savage4 graphic engine, Built-in 2D/3D graphics and DVD Accelerator, share main memory up to 32MB
Sound & Game System: PC98 audio, HRTF 3D, 24-bit digital audio interface support 4 channel speakers
Built-in LAN Adapter: onboard 10/100Base-T LAN controller
Modem Module: 56k v.90 CNR modem module included
Optical Drive: CD-RW drive, 1.44 floppy disk drive
Onboard Ports: Printer, Serial & PS/2 ports
Front panel Extra I/O Ports: 4 USB 2.0 ports* (2 front, 2 rear)
Accessory: PS/2 Keyboard, Mouse, & amplified Speakers
Power Supply and Management: DC output 300W max. FCC/UL approved power supply
Support for keyboard: power on/off, suspend switch, and Wake on Modem/LAN/Alarm
Bundled Software: PC-Cillin 2000, MediaRing Talk, 3Deep, Recovery Genius and more

that^ is $539.00, with a monitor its around $640.00 leme know whatcha think
Posted by: Gremelin

Re: Benchmarking Software - 11/09/03 09:19 AM

I'm now on a:

Type: Laptop
Processor: Pentium 4 1.7GHZ
Motherboard: Unknown
Hard Drive: 40GB
Floppy: 1.7MB (any modern 1.44 supports up to 2.8 so long as you can find the disks, or make 'em)
Memory: 256MB DDR

[22:18] <@Gizmo> OS: [Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 1 (5.1 - 2600)]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> Up-time: [4d 2h 30m 55s]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> CPU: [1-Intel Pentium 4, 1196MHz, 512KB (9% Load)]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> Memory: [Usage: 215/256MB (83.98%)]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> Screen Resolution: [1400x1050 32bit 60Hz]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> GFX: [MOBILITY RADEON 7500]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> Network Interfaces: [#1 (3Com 3C920 Integrated Fast Ethernet Controller (3C905C-TX Compatible) - Packet Scheduler Miniport (100Mb/s) 39.97MB In, 110.48MB Out) #2(WAN (PPP/SLIP) Interface (36Kb/s) 15.70MB In, 3.95MB Out)]
[22:18] <@Gizmo> Disk Capacity: [C:\ (9.72GB Free, 37.26GB Total)]
Posted by: acid45

Re: Benchmarking Software - 12/20/03 06:51 PM

Type: Laptop
Processor: AMD athlon xp 2100+ 1823 MHz
Motherboard: MSI kt400 via kt4v
Hard Drive: 60GB & 80GB
Floppy: Not Used
Memory: 768MB DDR266 pc2100 (1X512 1X256)

OS: Windows XP Professional, SP1(5.1 - 2600) & Mandrake Linux 9.1 or Slackware Linux 9.1 depends on my patience ATM

Screen Resolution: 1152x864 32bit 85Hz
Monitor: SAMNSUNG SyncMaster 955DF
GFX: Forsa nVidia GeForce FX5200
Network Interfaces:
#1(VIA Integrated Ethernet Controller)
#2(CREATIVE FireWire Via SBA:Gamer)
#3(MSI "Wi-Fi" PCI card)
Sound: Sound Blaster Audigy:Gamer
USB: 6X USB 2.0 4 Integrated + S-Bracket (2X 2.0)
CD-ROM: SAMSUNG CDROM S
DVD-RW/ROM: MSI DR4-A

MODS:
Custom Window (pot leaf)
Front Pannel Window
2X UVr fans
1X UV lamp
1X green CC lamp
UVr Rounded Cables
2X LED fans