Your computer specs

I have a HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PC

Processor: Intel i7 @ 1.60 GHz
Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 230m with 1 GB devoted to graphics
Hard Drive: 500 GB
Screen: 16:9 1080i HD Screen
Of course Windows 7
Price: $1,700
Feel free to ask me questoins about it and i'll try to answer them :)

Can you beat me?
HP PAVILION DV7 2190EN HP5 jpg 5

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  • 23

    I use this for all my posts...
    small wooden abacus 183 p

    the brain is the most powerful computer their is so this is true
    - hightec October 24, 2010, 10:48 am
  • 7

    Macbook pro. yeah i dont know shit about comps so i cant tell you the specs but im sure everyone knows what a Mac is.

    - Jackylegs October 10, 2010, 2:30 am
  • 6

    Q6600 @ 3.6ghz (over-clocked)
    4gb 1066 ram
    6 x 320gb raptor extreme 14k rpm hard drives
    2x radeon hd5870 over-clocked graphic cards in crossfire
    logitech g-19 keyboard, mx518 mouse
    razor mantis speed & control mouse pads.
    modified thermaltake v9 case
    windows 7 ultimate (32 bit)
    37" 1080p tv as my main monitor
    24" lcd monitor as a secondary

    Price: .. erm... well... lets not go there... lol... ok, it probably owes me over £2000 :(

    • shacow
    • March 31, 2010, 3:12 am
  • 6

    a failure would be my guess.

  • 5

    system info

  • 5

    Just built a new computer a couple weeks ago. Here's the specs:

    HAF X case
    AMD Phenom II X6 1090t (overclocked to 4Ghz, will be pushing further)
    ATI XFX 5850 (overclocked to a 5870)
    Two monitors: 22" and 18"
    4GB Ballistix Tracer DDR3 1600 RAM
    80GB Intel SSD (for operating system, games, and apps)
    1TB Western Digital HDD (for file and media storage)
    Biostar TA890FXE motherboard
    850w Power Supply

    The CPU is watercooled and me and my bro built a custom reservoir to sit on top of the case that lights up red.

    Almost forgot, there are two red cold cathodes that are sound activated (and go great with my bass!)

    If you want to see more pics and other stuff, go here (

    c - your computer specs

    a - your computer specs

    b - your computer specs

    Is that tank on the top for your NOS? lol
    - Lambeau November 16, 2010, 5:03 pm
    Hahaha nah it's a reservoir for my water cooling system. Me and my brother built it.
    - xlivewire7x November 16, 2010, 5:44 pm
    aka NOS to make your computer beast up computer games. haha
    - bufus101 September 13, 2011, 3:20 pm
  • 3

    nope macbook is best keyboard
    apple macbook pro 13 keyboard 500

  • 3

    this is my computer
    zzz - your computer specs

    • hightec
    • October 24, 2010, 11:03 am
  • 2

    Built mine a while back, can't remember everything.

    Dual Core 2gb 32bit
    2gb ram
    geforce graphics card that i can't remember
    22" monitor 1080p
    windows xp (by far the best)
    320gb hard drive (i'm not a media whore so never really needed much)
    standard keyboard and mouse from dell.

    built it myself, all in was just under £600

    • Dannyl
    • March 31, 2010, 3:31 am
  • 2

    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9300 @ 2.50GHz (4 CPUs)
    2044MB RAM
    Hard Drive:
    320 GB
    Video Card:
    NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GT
    Plug and Play Monitor
    Sound Card:
    IDT Audio1

    USB Root Hub
    USB Root Hub

    Operating System:
    Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 3 (2600.xpsp_sp3_gdr.090804-1435)

    I built my computer myself for about $550 and my comp is now worth about 1000. :D I say its was much cheaper

  • 2

    6 x 320gb 14k rpm
    I guess these are on RAID.
    How's the performance? What about noise?

    • Paul
    • March 31, 2010, 4:41 am
  • 2

    ACER Aspire 5536-644 Cost: £459 from PC world
    Processor AMD Athlon™ X2 Dual-Core QL-64
    - 2.1 GHz
    - 1.8 GHz HT (3600 MT/s)
    - 2 x 512 KB L2 Cache
    Operating System Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
    RAM 4 GB
    Screen type LCD screen
    Screen resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
    Screen size 15.6"
    Screen features Acer CrystalBrite™ TFT, high-brightness (220-nit)
    Hard drive 320GB SATA 5400 rpm
    Optical disk drive DVD Rewriter
    Memory card reader 5-in-1 card reader (SD), (MMC), (MS), (MS PRO), (XD)
    USB 4 USB 2.0 port
    Modem/Ethernet 1 x Modem (RJ-11) port
    1 x Ethernet (RJ-45) port
    Wi-Fi Acer InviLink™ 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED® network connection
    Video interface 1 x HDMI™ port with HDCP support
    1 x external display (VGA) port
    Audio interface 1 x Headphone/speaker/line-out jack
    1 x Microphone-in jack
    1 x Line-in jack
    TV output HDMi socket (with HDCP)
    Extension card slot 1 x ExpressCard/54 slot
    Sound Dolby®-optimised surround sound system with two built-in stereo speakers
    Webcam 1.3 MP
    Keyboard & Mouse Multi-gesture touchpad pointing device
    Battery Lithium-ion battery
    Size 383 (W) x 250 (D) x 26/37 (H) mm
    Weight 2.8 kg
    l 04036587 - your computer specs

    Best keyboard on a laptop ever

    • BEASTY
    • March 31, 2010, 7:11 am
    what was the difference?
    - BEASTY October 10, 2010, 4:27 am
    mine has pictures for tab and backspace, the other has writing. theirs has option instead of alt... and so on.
    - SkinnyBill October 10, 2010, 4:36 am
    oh it has the symbols not the words
    - BEASTY October 10, 2010, 4:53 am
  • 2

    Alienware M17 X : -
    Video Card - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 M with 1 GB of RAM.
    Processor - QuadCore Core 2 Extreme (up to 8 GB of DDR RAM).
    Hardrive Space - 1 TB of 512 GB of SSD space.
    Battery - Nine cell battery.
    Dual-Layer Blue Ray with 1920 x 1200 LCD screen.
    Weighs a hefty 11.68 pounds with priced starting at £1,700.

  • 2

    I have 2. Nothing fancy, but they work.
    hal9000 - your computer specs

    portal 2 glados

    • Ertrov
    • September 13, 2011, 3:17 pm
  • 1

    My laptop was okay 3-4 years ago :) and now it's okay too :)

  • 1

    Nope, no RAID
    OS is on one drive, games on another, movies on the other, music on the other etc etc.

    Performance is excellent :) was actually thinking of upgrading to an i7 940 if the prices ever come down.

    and the noise, oh my!.. lets just say if im doing some heavy stuff on my pc it sounds like a jumbo jet is trying to take off next to me.

    • shacow
    • March 31, 2010, 6:24 am
  • 1

    lmfao my dad has the exact same computer same price and everything

  • 1

    Toshiba Satellite L300
    4 GB RAM
    250 GB hard drive
    Intel Centrino2 Duo P8600 @ 2.4 GHz
    Windows Vista Basic Service Pack 2

    Had a dual boot with Ubuntu 8.04, but erased that (should have kept it)

    Bought it a year ago for about $750 US
    It works for everything I want it to do, but the big test will be engineering in college next fall...

  • 1

    Thats crazy. I bet he's very happy with it. :)

  • 1

    yep except he brought a mouse

  • 1

    So did I.

  • 1

    epicness i was gonna buy me one until i lookeed at the price lolz

  • 1

    I know right. Shit is expensive. WEll worth the money though.

  • 1

    i know works very good i might get me one... eventully

  • 1

    Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06 GHz
    RAM: 4 GB (I'm going to add more RAM… when I get some money)
    Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD 4670
    Hard Drive: 1 Tb
    Screen: 2560x1440
    Mac OS X (ver. 10.6.2)
    Price: 1600€

    Of course, is an Apple. I also have Windows XP running on it (with Parallels Virtual Machine). 250 Gb and 2 Gb of RAM are enough for me.

    No, I don't play games on my Mac, but I could if I wish.

  • 1

    haha classic :) +1 for you :)

  • 1

    <Plays Crysis on full spec>
    "what's that no-"
    <you fall through time and wind up landing on hitler thus ending world war 2 and becoming a hero>

    • noodle
    • April 21, 2010, 3:57 pm
  • 1

    NO WAY! IVE GOT THE EXACT SAME LAPTOP! srry for the caps >_<

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  • 1

    I have the Older macbook pro (im so pissed... i bought it and they release a new one 1 month later)
    I have:
    Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz
    2 GB RAM - 1067 Mhz DDR3
    Nvidia 9400m (256mb shared)
    160GB SATA 5400RPM Hard Drive (Gettin a 500GB 7200RPM)
    SD Card Slot
    Up to 1GB/s Ethernet
    802.11n Wifi
    7 Hours Battery Life
    13.3 Inch Glossy 1280x800 Widescreen
    Built in "iSight" webcam
    Ambient Light sensor (dims/brightens the screen according to light around you. If you go to a dark place, the screen dims a little so its better for your eyes)
    Multi Touch trackpad (Pinch'n'zoom like on iPhone, scroll, click anywhere, right click anywhere)
    Backlight keyboard
    Mac OS 10.6 Snow Leopard
    MagSafe charger (google it)
    Infrared remote control receiver
    battery indicator on side

    I could have got:
    2.4GHz or 2.66GHZ Core 2 Duo for 13" model.
    . 15 and 17 inch have the i5 and i7 available at 2.4, 2.53 and 2.66GHz

    250GB Hard Drive - 5400RPM
    nVidia G Force 320m 256mb shared
    -15inch has "Intel HD Graphics" AND "Nvidia Geforce GT 330M - 256MB dedicated"
    -17inch has "Intel HD Graphics" and "nVidia Geforce GT 330M - 512mb dedicated"
    --The 15 and 17 inch change graphic cards automagically to optimize battery life (intel) and changes to nVidia when Gaming for enhanced performance.

    4GB Ram

    10 Hour Battery


    For full info

  • 1

    missing numberpad

    • BEASTY
    • May 10, 2010, 2:04 pm
  • 1

    who uses that anyway. i dont. At least all the symbols are mapped to the keyboard look:

  • 1

    Powered by a 4.0 MHz Zilog Z80 processor (that's slower than most of today's microcontrollers!), Osborne ran the CP/M operating system. A playful 5" monitor was provided for it - no doubt a CRT. For all we know, it could've been a modified cathode ray oscilloscope - which would've been fun. Bundled with all of 64k RAM, Osborne sported dual 5-1/4" 91K floppy drives (anyone remember those? I still have a bunch of 5-1/4" floppies up in my attic).

    This massive little fella weighed nearly 25 pounds and was available for US $1,795 - including bundled software worth $1,500 - including old time favorites like WordStar, Microsoft MBASIC and SuperCalc. Oh, you could even opt for a 300-baud modem or a double density drive for it. It's not everyday you see a laptop that needs a truck to lug it around. Ah, the good old times. I'm glad we aren't there anymore :)

    osborne1 - your computer specs

    This is the beast I'm using.

    • Snoopy
    • May 11, 2010, 11:02 am
  • 1

    im to lazy to to tht lol

    • BEASTY
    • May 11, 2010, 1:19 pm
  • 1

    i use the number pad.

  • 1

    actually i just noticed thats not the proper keyboard. not mine anyway... look (sorry kinda smudged)
    dsc01682 - your computer specs

  • 1

    yay lol

    • BEASTY
    • May 12, 2010, 9:24 am
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  • 1

    Haha thats hilarious

  • 1

    Umm yea my comp is just horrible.

    Processor: Intel celeron 2.0ghz
    RAM: 1 GB
    Graphics card: whatever piece of shit it came with
    Hard Drive: a lousy 130 GB
    Screen: An even more lousy 16:10 14 x 900
    Price: Under 600 bucks

    If only lockerz will have another damn redeem restock so i can get that macbook air.


    If you're doing ANYTHING besides just derping around on it, Macbook Air is not the way to go whatsoever. Especially if you plan on ever doing upgrades, because the RAM is soldered to the board. They're also pretty incompatible with upgrade hardware, and there's barely an access port besides USB and headphones.
    - iGreenDay December 13, 2011, 10:01 pm
  • 1

    I have a computer quite similar to yours.

    It is a HP Pavilion dv4-2161nr entertainment notebook.

    Windows 7
    500 GB Hard Drive
    4GB RAM
    Intel Core i3-330M processor 2.13GHz
    14.1 High definition screen
    Intel HD graphics Card
    6-cell lithium-ion battery

    Also it was originally just over $1000 (american) but I bought it online for only $600 brand new. If your looking for a new computer, or actually anything buy online. more specifically.

  • 1

    It's an old work laptop and it's FREE!!!
    So it's pretty damn awesome!

    • Math
    • July 12, 2010, 12:10 pm
  • 1

    i have an HP G60-440US 16-Inch Laptop

    ntel Pentium Processor T4300, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M
    3 GB DDR2 RAM (2 Dimm) (4 GB Maximum)
    320GB (5400RPM) Hard Drive (SATA), SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with LightScribe and Double Layer Support
    Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit edition with Service Pack 1
    16 inch Diagonal High Definition 16:9 HP BrightView Display (1366×768)

    hp g60 440US 16 inch laptop big

  • 1

    dont cry... we all have used a shit computer before. its part of the technological life, knowing that one day, all your friends compters will be better than your own

  • 1

    My cousin has the same computer as you! :)

  • 1

    I'm currently testing a computer from a partnership of AMD and Kingston, I can't exactly post specs of the computer, because it is still a prototype... lets just say, i have more processing power than any of the standard consumers have, and more RAM than any sane person would need... 24TB of HDD, and 24GB of RAM... and i have an old mac

    • Lambeau
    • October 24, 2010, 10:14 am
    Just post specs, not the model.
    - iGreenDay December 13, 2011, 10:03 pm
    I can tell you the processor I was testing now, seeing as it's been released as the Bulldozer
    - Lambeau January 1, 2012, 2:16 am
    Well yeah, there's that. Also, there are quite a few computers (like the Mac Pro) that can handle 64GB RAM.
    - iGreenDay January 2, 2012, 3:54 pm
  • 1

    Macintosh 128K

    Logic Board Ports Power
    Processor: 68000, 8
    PMMU: none
    FPU: none
    Data Path: 16, 8
    L1 Cache: none
    L2 Cache: none
    2nd Processor: none
    Slots: none
    Video: none
    Floppy: DB-19
    SCSI: none
    Ethernet: none
    Mic Type: none
    AirPort Ready:
    Other Ports: Printer
    Port Notes: The serial ports in this system do not support handshaking or synchronous modems.
    Max Watts: 60
    Amps: .5
    BTU per Hr: 205.2
    Voltage: 105-125
    Freq Range: 50-60 Hz
    Battery Type: 4.5V alkaline, #523
    Memory Video Memory
    Logic Board: 0.125 MB
    RAM Slots: 0, n/a
    Min - Max RAM: 0.125MB - 0.125 MB
    Min RAM Speed:
    RAM Sizes: n/a
    Install in Groups of: n/a
    Notes: This system has no built-in memory expansion, however third-party upgrades could take this system to 512K.
    Resolution Video Memory
    built-in CRT
    (built in)
    512 x 384 1-bit
    640 x 400 n/a-bit
    640 x 480 n/a-bit
    800 x 600 n/a-bit
    832 x 624 n/a-bit
    1024 x 768 n/a-bit
    1152 x 870 n/a-bit
    1280 x 1024 n/a-bit
    Notes: Screen size is 512x342.
    Physical Software Storage
    Introduced: 1/24/1984
    Discontinued: 10/1/1985
    Form Factor: 128
    Gestalt ID: 1
    Weight (lbs): 16.5
    Dimensions (in): 13.6 H x 9.6 W x 10.9 D
    Notes: Support Discontinued 9/1/98
    Addressing Modes: 24-bit
    Orig SSW: 0.0
    Orig Enabler: none
    ROM ID: $0000
    ROM Ver: n/a
    ROM Size: 64K
    AppleTalk Ver: n/a
    Mac OS
    Supported: <1.0
    Floppy Size: 400K
    Floppy Inject: manual
    Min. Int HD Size: none
    Int HD Interface: none
    Orig CD Speed n/a
    Int CD Support:

    • Lambeau
    • October 24, 2010, 10:22 am
  • 1

    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
    RAM: 16 GB ~1333 MHz
    HDD: 2 TB Total
    Graphics: Dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2 GB GDDR5 Total
    Sound: (2- Creative SB X-Fi)
    Speakers: 2.1 Surround
    Processor: i7 2600k Quad Core ~3.7 GHz (~4.1 Overclocked)
    Mainboard: Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3 SLI Ready
    Display: ASUS VE205/VE208 Dual 1600 x 900 (3200 x 900) Total
    PSU: 760 Watt Silent

    • Disco
    • September 13, 2011, 3:54 pm
  • 1

    Dell XPS 15:

    Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2410M 2.30 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.0 up to 2.90 GHz
    Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 525M 1GB graphics with Optimus
    4GB Shared Dual Channel DDR3 Memory
    Hard Drive: 500GB 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drive
    Display: 15.6 in HD WLED TL (1366x768)
    Sound: JBL 2.1 Speakers with Waves Maxx Audio 3

  • 1

    13.3in MacBook 3,1 (Late '07 model)
    OS X 10.6.8
    2GHz Intel T7300 (Core 2 Duo)
    4 GB PC2-5300 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM (Upgraded from 1 GB)
    Intel GMA X3100 Graphics (1280x800 Widescreen native, I run it on a 1920x1080 27in. External)
    80GB 5400 rpm SATA 1.5 GB/s storage
    8x Combo Disc Drive
    I also use a Mighty Mouse and old G5 keyboard with a 500GB and 250GB set of externals for backups.

    I found a full report here, and they have every mac ever built listed.

    Paid about $1000 for it on Amazon in '08, supposedly sells for $650 new currently.

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