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Old 19th June 2007, 23:53   #541
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Ya even i want to learn some good photo editing techniques lol.. Hope our voice are ringing your ears whole night

BTW i wish i had 11 GB ram and quad core PC yummy..

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Old 19th June 2007, 23:59   #542
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E_L, I didn't understand this part as what you want to know.
Simple, I didn't have enough money to fill all the slots (16 Gb).

You may ask 'is it important?' My reply will be yes. Photoshop is memory hungry application and I often work with six to seven open files of 130 mb each.
Why this much of a processing power & ram ? Now i understand that you need this kind of setup for your profession. Cheers
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Old 20th June 2007, 00:11   #543
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Wow Rudraji... Amazing setup... Can we have some pics please ??
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Old 20th June 2007, 01:26   #544
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Hey guys lemme knw wat u think about my RIG too. I thought people would have comments and suggestions. I assembled it with my own hand.
To check out the pics of my RIG click here.

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Old 20th June 2007, 02:06   #545
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Nice machine... only thing holding it back is ddr2 667 in single channel :(. Also you might wanna invest in a better psu.
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Old 20th June 2007, 02:55   #546
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Well as a matter of fact this morning I just purchased a pair of Corsair XMS SLI Ready 2 x 1GB DDR2 800mhz memory modules today online which would be shipped to my friend in New Jersey who's gonna bring it back to Calcutta next month along with him for me.
Also bought a MSI 8600GT card and once I get that card my "SLI" setup would be complete.
As far as the Zebronics 500W is concerned I dunno why people hate it but it still serving me with great vigour, surprising enough that with that 12cm huge LED fan its "absolutely silent" and I have no plans of replacing it immediately. btw I this system (stock) scored 9735 3dmark2005 points. guess that's gonna increase remarkably next month. keep you guys posted.

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Old 20th June 2007, 10:24   #547
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Well as a matter of fact this morning I just purchased a pair of Corsair XMS SLI Ready 2 x 1GB DDR2 800mhz memory modules today online which would be shipped to my friend in New Jersey who's gonna bring it back to Calcutta next month along with him for me.
Also bought a MSI 8600GT card and once I get that card my "SLI" setup would be complete.
As far as the Zebronics 500W is concerned I dunno why people hate it but it still serving me with great vigour, surprising enough that with that 12cm huge LED fan its "absolutely silent" and I have no plans of replacing it immediately. btw I this system (stock) scored 9735 3dmark2005 points. guess that's gonna increase remarkably next month. keep you guys posted.
120mm Fans are usually silent.If one buys those monsters from Panaflo or NMB, then its another thing
My Silvy runs with only 1 80mm Fan & it sure is silent.Sometimes it amazes me as to how a puny 80mm fan can cool such a monster
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Old 20th June 2007, 12:12   #548
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Mine is HP 1520in with P4-2.8 Ghz Dual Core, 1GB 533 Mhz Kingston RAM, ATI Raedon 200 Display card with shared 256 MB memory, OEM DVD writer with lightscribe, Liteon DVD Reader,160 GB HDD, 17 inch HP TFT display unti and it rocks many addons are there like firewire cable, Creative Cam etc.
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Old 20th June 2007, 14:49   #549
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120mm Fans are usually silent.If one buys those monsters from Panaflo or NMB, then its another thing
My Silvy runs with only 1 80mm Fan & it sure is silent.Sometimes it amazes me as to how a puny 80mm fan can cool such a monster
Didnt quite understand wat does "Silvy" mean?
Btw can u send me the link so that I may see ur system config..once
thnx
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Recently I changed from HP Presario to an iMac (upgraded the RAM to 1 GB with original Apple RAM) with Intel chip. It works like a dream. Best of all, it doesn't require anti-virus software. I am not quoting the configurations because it's meaningless comparing them with PCs.
But I can say, I can chat on the messenger while the machine converts my mini-DV tape into a DVD (one step operation) and I have three other windows open and iTunes plays Bob Marley - all at the same time.
I fully agree with what they say, "once you taste an apple, you don't go back to bananas".
By the way, no one buys Macs for their speed. They buy them for the software. The software in a Mac is like ten steps ahead of windows.
Sudipto
ps sorry, if i sounded a bit arrogant there. that's not my style.
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Old 21st June 2007, 18:11   #551
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Didnt quite understand wat does "Silvy" mean?
Btw can u send me the link so that I may see ur system config..once
thnx
Silvy = Silverstone
I have a Silverstone 850W Zeus PSU

Cant give a link to my Rig or so, here is the config -

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Asus P5N32-E SLI
1GB x 2 Crucial Ballistix PC2 8000
Silverstone Zeus 850W PSU
Creative X-Fi
Samsung 940BW 19" LCD WS
Logitech G5
Samsung Pleomax KB
Altec Lansing MX5021
BenQ DW1650 + BenQ DW1640
Seagate 160 SATA II + Seagate 320 SATA II
Swiftech Apogee CPU Water Block
Swiftech MCW30 Chipset Waterblocks on NB and SB
Corsair Airflow for Memory
Zebronics Jamaica Chassis

Thats the config of my MAIN Rig
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Old 22nd June 2007, 00:30   #552
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Silvy = Silverstone
I have a Silverstone 850W Zeus PSU

Cant give a link to my Rig or so, here is the config -

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Asus P5N32-E SLI
1GB x 2 Crucial Ballistix PC2 8000
Silverstone Zeus 850W PSU
Creative X-Fi
Samsung 940BW 19" LCD WS
Logitech G5
Samsung Pleomax KB
Altec Lansing MX5021
BenQ DW1650 + BenQ DW1640
Seagate 160 SATA II + Seagate 320 SATA II
Swiftech Apogee CPU Water Block
Swiftech MCW30 Chipset Waterblocks on NB and SB
Corsair Airflow for Memory
Zebronics Jamaica Chassis

Thats the config of my MAIN Rig
That's an awesome RIG man...
similarities between our systems:-

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Asus P5N32-E SLI
Samsung 940BW 19" LCD WS
Zebronics Chassis...

Any particular reason why ur RIG is not in the TE gallery list?
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Old 22nd June 2007, 08:54   #553
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Its not there cos i removed all the rigs and photos when i left TE.
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Old 1st July 2007, 16:17   #554
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Mac Mini 1.8 ghz Intel Dual Core, 80 GB, 1 GB, wireless mouse & keyboard, everything built in.

My first Mac, and I'm Luvin' It!!!
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Old 1st July 2007, 16:22   #555
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My first Mac, and I'm Luvin' It!!!
So, Another one bites the dust! Eh??

I hate MACs and the reason for it is that I haven't used it much.
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