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Minnie Mouse:
And one more thing

Its bright pink.....
so I love it.. heartbeat

Phoenix 1957:
Computer Case Design: Tsunami Dream, Tsunami VA3000 Series
Operating software: Windows 7 Home Premium
System Type: 64bit operating System
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 CPU   6400 @ 2.13GHz 2.13GHz
Board Type: Gigabyte S Series Motherboard with 512Mb of memory
Sound Card: Sound Blaster Audigy 24bit HD sound
Graphics Card: XFX GeForce 9800GT with 512mb GDDR3 board memory
Ram Type: 8Gb DDR3
Hard drive: Excel Stor Technology 160Gb Sata II
Disk Drive: x2 8speed DVD RW, 16-32speed playback
System cooling type: x4 forced air fans

Phoenix 1957:
My new system is now up and running.

Computer Case Design: Tsunami Dream, Tsunami VA3000 Series (Blue Lights illumination)

Operating software: Windows Vista Home Premium
System Type: 32bit operating System

Board Type: Gigabyte Ultra Durable tm3 Motherboard 
Board Name: EP43T-USB3
Board Stats: Intel P43/ICH10/rev 1.0. Socket 775/PCI-E2.0x16/PCI-Ex1/ATX 4 DDR3 Dual CH/8-CH HD Audio GbE LAN/ 6 SATA 3Gb/s/2 USB3.0

Processor: Intel Pentium E6500 Dual Core Processor
Clock Speed 2.93 Ghz
Socket Type: LGA775
Cache Memory: 2Mb
Bus Speed: 1066 MHz

Ram Type: 2x2Gb 240 PIN DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) modules.
Ram Timing: (7) 7-7-7-22
Ram Voltage: 1.5v - 1.6v
Ram Channel: DIMM - Multi Channel - Double Channel versions.
Specifications of use: High Performance or Gaming Memory

Power Source: COLORSic Switching Power Supply 550W

Graphics Card: XFX GeForce 9800GT with 512mb GDDR3 board memory

Sound Card: Sound Blaster Audigy 24bit HD sound

Hard drive: Hitachi 320Gb Sata 7200rpm

Disk Drives: 1 8speed DVD RW, 16-32speed playback

System cooling type: x3 forced air fans (2 in 1 Out), Graphics card on-board fan, power supplies  in built fan

Windows Vista Experience Assessment Scores scale 1.0 to7.9.
Processor: 5.6
Memory (Ram) 5.9
Graphics: 5.9
Gaming Graphics: 5.9
Primary Hard Drive: 5.9

Base Score 5.6

Nice little Cheap home build machine worth the wait for parts.  thup1

Edited .... Configuration change due to incompatible parts due to age
So I wont upgrade this machine anymore its time to buy a
New one


Carotio:

--- Quote from: SeaWolf U-57 on June 03, 2010, 02:23:30 PM ---Windows 7 Experience Assessment Scores scale 1.0 to7.9.
--- End quote ---

This you write after Windows 7, what does that mean?
MS used to have a pro and a home version, and with Vista some extra versions.
But never heard/read this before. So what is it? A PC aimed for gaming or what?

Phoenix 1957:
If you have Vista or Windows 7 installed on your computer
there is a function in the system settings that checks your computer
to see what graphics and speed your machine can handle.
and then installs the items needed.
you can check your assessment at any time by going to your "system"
settings in the control panel and if you like press update to see if all
is working Ok.
1.0 is the lowest score and 7.9 is the highest.
if it was not for my hard drive my score would be 6.4 which is pretty good   j12

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