Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

iHardware Shelden

Member
  • Content Count

    2,819
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards


About iHardware Shelden

  • Title
    Semprons and Pentium 4s
  • Birthday 1999-09-19

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Denver Colorado with a GTX 280
  • Interests
    Old Technology & Overclocking Enthusiast
  • Biography
    Living in the 80s since 1999
  • Occupation
    Computer Repair

System

  • CPU
    FX 6300 4.5Ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS M5A97 R2.0
  • RAM
    16Gb EVGA 2133Mhz
  • GPU
    XFX R9 390
  • Case
    InWin Q2000 Server Chasis
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 Pro 128GB
  • PSU
    750Watt EVGA SuperNova Model B1
  • Display(s)
    LG 24MA32
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet! Shadow Rock
  • Keyboard
    Unicomp Model M 104 Key
  • Mouse
    Dell OEM Optical
  • Sound
    Sound Blasted Audigy 2 ZS
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Pro 64bit

Recent Profile Visitors

7,499 profile views
  1. Yes it is! If you hold it then it takes it as a right click so real easy to use. This i7 is hot being a first gen, the core 2 duo was a lot cooler. I am running R20 and R15 on it now so ill post those on the cinebench thread hopefully soon.
  2. This is my Lenovo X200 Tablet that I picked up recently, it had a Core 2 Duo, 4gb and no hard drive. I just upgraded it today with a motherboard from the X201 tablet that uses the same layout minus a few screws and got it upgraded to an i7 640LM. I also installed an SSD and will being putting it up to 8GB, it has a new battery as well. Since this tablet was designed when Windows Vista was the current OS it is great to see how much better Windows 10 makes this device especially with the stylus. I currently use this for work and I love it! Note: There are a few different versions of this device, this one comes with the Walcom display that only works with the stylus. The downside is you don't get a glass display but being a Walcom device the accuracy of the pen/stylus is spot on. Other models have a regular touch screen and there is also non-tablet models as well.
  3. ThinkPad gang! I will have to post pictures of my X200 tablet soon
  4. Would love to see pictures of that system, should keep the banner in your signature
  5. I got one for a build a did a while back but I don't think it worked with my GTX 280 or something of that nature, this is the system, had the light up RAM cooler and everything Nvidia 780i 775 board, all the Jazz but it never worked correctly so it got stripped. Would buy one of those power supplies again for another build though.
  6. Heck ya! Reminds me of the Apevia one I had Edit: for a while you could still buy them but can't find them for sale anymore https://www.newegg.com/apevia-iceberg-atx-ib680w-bl/p/N82E16817148028
  7. Love my 840 Pro, didn't the regular 840s have issues with the firmware or something? I remember picking up my 128gb Pro back in 2013 for $111 exactly at Best Buy
  8. I have that board, great overclocker, paid $75 bucks for mine (US) a few years back. Pick up some 775 chips and some good cooling and go crazy with it
  9. I ran Vista Ultimate on my main 3 years ago, loved all the random features it had, had it updated and with the video wallpapers I had a looping vector graphics video so I loved the way it looked. Isn't there some unofficial service packs out for vista already? I know there are huge groups behind XP and Windows 2000 that create unofficial service packs, up till even today AFAIK.
  10. I wish I had built a nice Core 2 Quad system back when they first came out, those held up well over the past 10 years. Personally though I do not game as much as I used to and my current system, if I was a hardcore gamer, would probably be upgraded but since I don't it performs more than well enough for anything I throw at it. Not a lot of people keep that in mind when they build a system, especially since I was younger (15) at the time and lots can change over even 4 years so your computer use might as well. Hobbies, Work, School/College, etc. End of the day there are so many variables.
  11. I also was curious to know where the Doc be at, I assume updating and keeping tabs on 4 docs would actually be a pain as well not so much creating it. As far as I know Jumper is the only one who edits the docs. I could be wrong.
  12. Trying to get the shelfs behind my desk all setup with my retro tech, the Apple laptops are a 2001 iBook and a 2007 Macbook
  13. I had that before I updated it, wish I hadn't. Still have my Arcade disk that came with it haha Mine look like this (not my pics)
  14. I still need to get an original Xbox to add to my collection, have an original 360 right after they got rid of the silver optical drive cover and a later model 360 slim but no Xbox One or original
×