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#16 Amiel

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Posted 16 January 2008 - 12:22 PM

2 Years and it is really slow...

#17 Kiirimi

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 10:53 AM

around atleast 6 years old and running well as ever

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Posted 28 February 2008 - 10:00 PM

I have a laptop that's about a year or two old. It's fast. smile.gif
Any experienced user running on Linux should have fairly fast computers, no matter how old they are.

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#19 Kim-Lan

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Posted 29 February 2008 - 01:14 AM

My PC is about only a few weeks old! smile.gif Nice and black (not that it's dirty or anything).

#20 Golden Tiger

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Posted 29 February 2008 - 06:48 PM

I have a variety of computers with some being ancient and others just being gracefully old. Most of them serve purposes though...

My main machine
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AMD Athlon 1800+ overclocked to be a 2400+
Radeon 9600 video card
Asus A7N8X ver 1.0 motherboard
1 Gb Ram
-- 6 years old or so --

My main machine has held up well running Windows XP. Granted, it can only play newer games at the lowest settings, but it works for most everything else just fine. However, the motherboard in particular is not supported in Vista. Therefore, I will upgrade this system soon.

Laptop
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Compaq Presario v5303nr
AMD Turion 64 ML-28 1.6GHz processor
AMD Radeon m200 integrated video
Windows XP, but Vista capable
-- 2 years old --

Other than the memory, this system should run better than my desktop. However, it simply serves as a valuable laptop for when I am not at home. I have the Vista install disks as provided by HP however I have yet to install them. The memory is simply too lousy for Vista and I haven't gotten around to upgrading it yet. Also, the integrated graphics borrows some memory for itself which would make the Vista experience even more lousy.

Laptop -- Testing
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Compaq Armada m700
Pentium III 700 Mhz processor
ATI graphics (Rage?) with 4 Mb (!!) memory
512 Mb ram
Ubuntu Linux
-- had for 3 years, is 8 years old --

This is a rather thin and light laptop which is simply out of date by today's standards. No trackpad, just one of those weird joystick track points. However, it works well with Linux and with the Netgear wireless card I have. As stated, it is a testing laptop for Linux so that my digital life doesn't come to an end if something wonky happens with that OS. However, this laptop does have a dead battery... the nice thing is that it has the same power adapter as the laptop above.

Desktop -- testing
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AMD K6-3 400 Mhz
Voodoo 3 video card
384 Mb memory
-- a long time??? --

This desktop would be a decent server except for the fact that it would take electricity if it was on. Also, I'm not sure if my ISP would be too happy with me having a server. Thus, this computer is sitting at the moment. It has Ubuntu Server edition on it though...

I have some other digital devices that might count as computers... those being a Nokia n800 and a Dell Axim x30 High. However, since they are not computers per say, I will exclude them from this listing.

I found that having a purpose for each device is vital. If the devices do not serve a discrete role then they are likely to be ignored. Otherwise, as you can guess, I am behind on the upgrade curve. I will eventually choose a desktop machine that will serve me for years to come... once I figure out what to purchase.

#21 awesomegamer

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 04:22 AM

About one year, which is almost too long because we get robbed a lot.
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#22 teh silly

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Posted 03 March 2008 - 05:59 AM

Got a couple.

Laptop's about half a year.
Main desktop about 2 years.
Other desktop about 3 years.
Storage about 6 years.
Current test machine somewheres in the 3-5 year range (I don't know, I got it free! biggrin.gif ).
I'm assuming all the computers in my basement don't count, because I never use them (they're along the lines of 286's or 386's, mostly).

New main desktop coming this summer (yays, can't wait!), pushing either "other desktop" or "main desktop" to Server 2003, the other one gets whatever Linux distro server edition I'm trying out at the time. Currently running a couple versions of Ubuntu, XP, and Vista.

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 11:10 PM

@Golden Tiger *bows*

I love Legacy computers smile.gif

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#24 Augus.to

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Posted 08 March 2008 - 03:54 AM

1 year...

its a celeron D 2.66ghz
RAM: 1.5gb
Nvidia Geforce fx 5200
80gb hard disc (330gb soon xD)

probably a real [bleeped!] for some people but I can't afford something better LOL
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#25 Blackwolf

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Posted 13 March 2008 - 02:11 PM

it is quite old maybe too old, i think it is over 3 years.



#26 Master

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Posted 15 March 2008 - 03:06 PM

My laptop's 10 years old...not kidding (it still has the designed for windows 98 sticker on it...and a 98 SE key on the back).

PIII 450mhz
320 MB RAM (upgraded it biggrin.gif)
8 MB S3 Savage/IX @ 100mhz clock (120 safe overclock)
DirectX 8.1 (no 9 support)

And it runs XP Pro perfectly smile.gif

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Posted 20 March 2008 - 10:40 PM

My case, motherboard, sound card, and processor are all five years old. Everything else has been upgraded in the last year. So, I really don't know how to say how old my computer is cause some of it's older than other parts.
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Posted 21 March 2008 - 05:28 PM

My case is new (just fitted up yesterday) i have water cooling a quad core amd dual graphics card and runs visat ultimate great
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#29 Teptep

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 05:50 AM

My buddy is almost 4 years with me. Still happy to its performance.
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#30 mr.shu

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 02:31 AM

My PC model is like 4 years old but it's pretty much just 3 years old and running " kinda' " good.... ; not that great, not that bad.... unsure.gif




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