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What was your first computer?

Discussion in 'Tech Hub' started by 2D, May 29, 2007.

  1. 2D mmm

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    What was it?

    Mine was a Mac powerbook 140, my uncle gave it to me when i was about 6.
    • Processor: , running at 16 MHz
    • RAM: 2 onboard, can be expanded to 8 MB
    • ROM: 1 MB
    • : 40-80 MB
    • : 1.44 MB Superdrive
    • Systems supported: - 7.6.1
    • : Yes (1 port)
    • Serial: Yes (2 ports)
    • Modem: optional (used for this model's expansion port)
    • Screen: passive matrix, 1bpp 640×400




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  2. staradderdragoon is owning at being a

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    ^that was ur first computer?!! haha

    mine wasnt that bad.
    Pentium 2 actually like 200mhz
    like 5gb HDD
    512MB of ram(my dad was selling ram at the time so he upgraded it. came with i think 64 or 128mb originally)
    CD drive...upgraded to CD burner several years later
    Windows 95

    it was some packard bell peice of shit
     
  3. 2D mmm

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    Yeah. My parents had a P2 machine that I wasnt allowed to touch unless they were with me. My uncle gave me that, Surfing the net on it was fun :p
     
  4. staradderdragoon is owning at being a

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    yeah. well i was like 4 or 5 when we got the p2 machine. damn we were poor....only one computer for the family. my dad had a company laptop that was like a million times better...lol

    my dad brought home this old Dell XPS. pentium 3, 900mhz, 40gb HDD, 1 gig of RAMBUS, geforce 2 graphics card...some other stuff. it was 10grand when the company bought it. holy shit.
     
  5. PradaBrada Banned

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    lol, my first pc was almost the same as this

    Pentium 2 233mhz
    4gb HDD
    64MB ram
    cd drive
    windows 95

    It was a IBM Aptiva, iirc
     
  6. Smitty o.0

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    Pentium 75mhz
    24 megs of ram
    8 meg shared video card (dropped the ram to 16)
    Windows 95

    Thats all I remember
     
  7. x-airashii-x *Gives you a glacical stare*

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    Mine was sooo old, it has windows 95 on it, probably something like 128ram....no internet, erm, absolutely the worst pile of crap ever made, but it kept me amused, with that snake game haha XD
     
  8. F.Beckenbauer Well-Known Member

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    mine was
    356Mh
    64RAM
    Pentium 2
    AU8820 sound card
    Windows 98
    ...oh and dual core...xD <-- ya right
    basiclly..Shit for present standards
    i do not remember the graphic card tho
     
  9. spinstate chop'em down

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    hmm..my memory is a bit hazy but I think it was Pentium 1 , B/W monitor, running MS-Dos, don't remember the rest.. Man that was a looong time ago..
     
  10. Vegitto-kun HOMUHOMUHOMU

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    I don't remember but my second computer had

    pentium 4
    radeon 9800
    512 mb ram
    100 or 200 gig
     
  11. Jaz-1 Giev free epicz, plz

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    Does Amiga count?
    If not then it was
    Celeron 500mhz
    126 mb ram
    10gb
     
  12. anbu-assassin Konoha #1 Technique Specialist

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    Pentium 233MHz
    6Gb Hard Disk
    64mb Memory
    8Mb Graphics Card
    CD-ROM (later upgraded to 32x CD-RW)
    Creative Soundblaster Soundcard
    Windows 98SE

    We had some earlier computers which i cant remember properly, i know one ran purely on MS-DOS and another on Windows 3.1.

    things were a much simpler time back then....good times
     
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  13. Sena Kobayakawa Girls are: Yoona, HyunA

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    I have no idea what the specs are but all I know is that it was a crapping Windows 95 with no internet.
     
  14. Kduff Kaizan

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    Grandfather got it for me.
     
  15. juan012285 Galaxy Breeze

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    ^Lol.

    My first computer (actually, my family's):

    486DX2 @66Mhz it had an integrated co-processor OMG!
    Like 4MB of RAM I think.
    650MB Hard drive
    No cdrom (We later bought an 1x CDROM)
    Windows 3.11 :D

    After that one I got a Pentium MMX @200Mhz with win95, good times.
     
  16. Captain Gir Spiral Warrior

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    all i know is that it was a compaq with windows 95...piece of shit too...i think it had 16 bit colors too =P
     
  17. Kwagga My spoon is too big...

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    Pentium 120Mhz
    16Mb RAM
    800Mb HDD
    4Mb Piece of shit Video card

    Playing Doom was awesome..... :)
     
  18. Shirozaki d a r k a b y s s

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    Pentium II....


























    Until now. :oh
     
  19. MechaTC Mike, The Genius Penguin

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    gateway 2000. don't know the specs
     
  20. Jessica Sláinte!

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    lol, something like this:

    64kb of memory, baby! :D
     
  21. Hyuuga-YoungIsh Hyuuga until I Die

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    Mines was some old ass AT&T computer that i got for free! thank god for the future lol!
     
  22. Mugiwara no Luffy $300.000.000

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    Fujitsu Siemens Scaleo P, bought 2 years ago, still using it.
     
  24. Anko hi i upgraded your rams

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    A Pentium II machine with a grand total of, if I remember correct, 4 GB of hard drive space. It ran the hell out of Windows 3.1 and entertained me for hours on end with Minesweeper and that little Neko program with the animated cat that followed the cursor everywhere --
     
  25. destroy_musick Yul Brynner Was A Skinhead

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    Intel 486
    VGA on board
    Soundblaster card
    Modem
    4.8gb HDD (we forked out alot for that XD)

    Windows 3.1

    so y'think your first comps were old eh?
     
  26. Fenix Pie Vendor

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    first comp i ever touched i'll be honest i dont really know

    i think it was a 386?

    first comp my family actually owned...well we had two at the time i dont remember one of them but the other was a dell 300 mhz and some other stuff. wasnt really into computer at the time so i dont know the details
     
  27. Sapwood2 Panzers for All!

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    The first computer I ever used was a Power Macintosh "InstaTower, Alchemy, Hacksaw" Performa 6400. It was introduced on August 7, 1996 with a PowerPC 603e 180 MHz processor with 16 MB of Ram (Ours had 128 as it was upgradeable to 136) and ran the notorious System 7.
     
  28. Cassius the Greatest The MFing BOSS

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    12Mhz
    1mb ram
    450mb space

    could only play solitaire
     
  29. Altron スキャンダル

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search

    The Compaq Presario 5460 is an IBM compatible PC, first launched in 1999. Bundled with a 15" CRT monitor, keyboard, mouse and JBL stereo speakers, the 5460 was typical of the new range of multimedia PCs which debuted around the turn of the millennium.

    [edit] Specification

    * 475MHz AMD K6-2 Processor
    * 96MB PC133 SDRAM
    * 6 GB Hard Disk Drive
    * 32x LG CD-ROM drive
    * ZIP Drive
    * 2 x USB 1.1 Ports
    * Soundblaster-compatible sound board (integrated within motherboard)
    * 8 MB Ati Rage Graphics Card (onboard)

    The 5460 was preinstalled with Microsoft Windows 98 (first edition) which was available for reinstallation via the supplied QuickRestore Disc.
     
  30. UchihaProdigy ~Lady Uchiha

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    Sadly I don't remember exactly what it was. But back when my dad bought it before I was born, it was top of the line. By the time I got it, it was so old that everytime I turned it on my screen would be blue for a while. xP

    I think it might have been an HP though. :/
     
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