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Name every pc you owned (include specs)


As a little kid there were a lot of Win95/Win98 PCs. Then we got Windows 2000. Then there was a Windows XP in the house which was the first PC I really started messing around with, and then I got my first laptop, which was an ASUS. It was pretty bad. It was on Windows 7 and that's about all I remember. Then I got a computer from a school auction that had Windows XP on it, which I updated to 7.


I started college and got my first gaming PC and a macbook pro. Both had i5 processors and the PC had a 2GB ATI graphics card and 8GB ram. I moved from Win7 to 10 on that PC at some point.


I moved out and only kept the macbook pro, which I bootcamped to use Win10. I eventually got the PC I use now, which has 16gb ram/i5 10400F/1660 super. It was the first one I built entirely on my own and I'm pretty proud of that. Lots of things I would change for next time but that's all it is, for next time.


I haven't kept anything over the years but I wish I did. I really like tinkering and stuff, and I want an XP machine around anyway for compatibility reasons.

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Dual 1.4m floppy drive CP/M with a terminal
IBM PC with an expansion unit and 2 10mb full height hard drives it had an 8086 based Mach 10 'turbo card' and math coprocessor and I think about 2 mb of ram on an Above Board. NEC Multisync GB-1 color graphics card and NEC Multisync monitor. an Amdek Laserdrive -1 external CD-Rom drive. It also had 2 IBM Music Feature Cards

HP 386sx16 tower, Diamond Diamond Stealth 24 S3-801/805 ISA . ran Windows NT beta releases, Geos desktop, and linux ( slackware and Yggdrasil Linux )
Custom 486/20, ATI video card , DVD rom, CD writable
HP Pavilion a6600f Desktop PC w/ Intel Core 2 Quad 2.66GHz 4GB RAM 250GB HDD ATI Radeon  ( still in service as a TrueNas server with 8gb ram and 5 2tb drives )
Custom 386/25 'Book PC', surfing machine
Toshiba Portege 4000 Notebook (750-MHz Pentium III, 256 MB RAM, 30 GB Hard Drive)
Gateway Pentium 4 desktop, ran embroidery software system.
Gateway NX860XL laptop Core 2 duo 17" lcd 4gb ram NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 128mb ram, 500gb hard drive ( runs Rasbian Desktop just fine )
TOSHIBA Laptop Satellite A505-S6035 Intel Core i7 1st Gen 720QM (1.60GHz) 4 GB Memory 500 GB HDD NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M 16.0"
Samsung NP350V5C Intel Core i7-3610QM 4 x 2.3 - 3.3 GHz (Intel Core i7) 8gb ram, AMD Radeon HD 7670M - 2048 MB, Core: 600 MHz, Memory: 900 MHz, 8.951.9.3000 500gb ssd Works well with OBS and Blackmagic ATEM mini
iBuyPower NE744E Intel Core i7 6700 3.4 GHz (4.0 GHz with Turbo) 24 GB DDR4 240gb ssd  1 TB HDD, Blueray writable
Gigabyte Aero 17 hdr i9-9980HK, 32gb ram, 17"4k display 2 2tb nvme ( good for portable Davinci Pro )
Custom Fractal Design Meshify 2 XL, Asus Pro Ws-WRX80E Sage,  AMD Threadripper Pro 3975wx, 128gb 3200 ecc, 3080ti, 2 2tb gen4x4 nvme


I may have forgotten one or two

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Not gonna list specs, but my first was an acer laptop from Walmart of all places around 2008 i beiieve. I upgraded to an hp desktop in 2011 and got a gaming laptop in 2013. Surprisingly the laptop has still held up well and i use it to play lower end games.


My latest pc is from 2019 and has a 8700K and a 1070ti. It's definitely approaching the end of its life cycle so I am starting to look around for new PC's again. Really hoping that prices will smooth out eventually. Would be cool to a 4000 series card and go all out. 

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1st PC: Acer Aspire SA20
CPU: Intel Celeron 2.93ghz
RAM: Corsair Value 1gb DDR 400mhz
MOBO: Cannot remember 
GPU: Intergrated
Storage: 80gb ide HDD

2nd PC: Custom Build by uncle
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad q6600 
RAM: Kingston 4GB DDR2 800mhz
MOBO: Gigabyte GA-P31-DS3L
GPU: Sapphire HD 2400
Storage 2x 500gb Sata Hdds Samsung and WD GREEN

3rd PC: Custom Built by me 
CPU: Intel Core I7 860
RAM:  Corsair 16gb XM3 1333Mhz
MOBO: Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD3P
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 750
Storage: Samsung 120gb ssd and 2tb Seagate HDD

4th PC and Current: Custom Built by Me 
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600
Ram: Gskill Ripjaws 2x8gb 3600mhz
MOBO: Asus ROG STRIX B550-F Gaming ATX
Storage: Crucial 1TB NVME SSD M.2 and 4TB SEAGATE HDD 

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  1. intel 286 16MHz v1 (2MB RAM, 2x 5.25" floppy, monochrome graphics-card and -screen)
  2. intel 286 16MHz v2 (2MB RAM, 1x 5,25" floppy, 1x 3,5" floppy, monochrome graphics-card and -screen)
  3. intel 286 16MHz v3 (2MB RAM, 1x 5,25" floppy, 1x 3,5" floppy, 40MB hdd, 512K graphics, 640x480 VGA screen, adlib-compatible 8bit sound)
  4. intel 486SX 25 Mhz - (don't know details anymore)
  5. intel 486DX 33 Mhz v1 (4MB RAM, 1x 3,5" floppy, 340MB hdd, Soundblaster 16, *some VGA-card and -screen*)
  6. intel 486DX 33 MHz v2 (8MB RAM, 1x 3,5" floppy, 340MB hdd, Soundblaster 16, 2x speed CD-ROM, Matrox-Mystique 220, 800x600 SVGA screen)
  7. cyrix 486DX2/80 (8MB RAM, 1x 3,5" floppy, 340MB hdd, Soundblaster 16, 2x speed CD-ROM, Matrox-Mystique 220, 800x600 SVGA screen)
  8. *don't remeber exactly* - some "2/266MHz"-thing  (8MB RAM, 1x 3,5" floppy, 340MB hdd, Soundblaster 16, 2x speed CD-ROM, Matrox-Mystique 220, 800x600 SVGA screen)
  9. AMD Athlon 3000 (16MB RAM, 1x 3,5" floppy, 340MB hdd, Soundblaster 16, 2x speed CD-ROM, Matrox-Mystique 220 + some 1st gen 3DFX card, SXGA 1280x1024 screen)
  10. Pentium 1 75Mhz - (only used as a DSL-router)
  11. AMD FX 8350 (16GB RAM, *everything went NVIDIA graphics from here on GT, GTS, GTX, etc.*,  24" 1920x1200@60Hz Samsung Display)
  12. AMD Ryzen Zen1 1800X (16GB RAM, more than enough hdd-space, and whatever GPU was current in my machine (GTX780, 970, 980, 1080, ...) )

current machine

  • BeQuiet! Dark Base 900
  • ASUS C8H
  • AMD Zen2 Ryzen9 3900X
  • 4x 8GB G.Skill 3600 CL14
  • 1x Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB
  • 1x Samsung 970 EVO Plus 2TB
  • 2x Samsung 860 EVO 2TB
  • Seasonic Prime TX 1000
  • MSI RTX 3080 Ti SUPRIM X
  • 1x Noctua NH-D15
  • 4x Noctua NF-A14
  • 1x Samsung LC49G95T
  • 1x ASUS PG279Q
  • Corsair K70 Red
  • Logitech G PRO wireless
  • Byerdynamic DT 770-PRO

current laptop

  • Lenovo Ideapad5 14" (just to so I don't have to start the big PC for every little thing) with *currently* Kubuntu on it.

One day I will find that peer guy - and I'll reset his connection!

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I'll do the DIY builds. I can't even begin to go through all the build I've ever owned, lol.


Greatness (2014)     - Gave to my father in 2018. He only web browses 

  • AMD FX 6300
  • 500w Powerspec PSU
  • 8 GB RAM
  • EVGA 1060 3GB - purchased 2017
  • WD Blue 1 TB HDD

M. Bison (2018)          - Gave to my cousin for his WFH business in 2020

  • AMD Ryzen 5 2600
  • EVGA 1060 3GB - carry over
  • 16 GB G. Skill RAM
  • 750w Power Spec PSU
  • WD Blue 1TB HDD - carry over
  • Samsung 860 Evo SSD 500GB

Leonidas (2020)   

  • AMD Ryzen 7 3700x (will be upgraded when Zen 3D comes)
  • AMD 6800 XT midnight Black
  • Corsair 32 GB Dominator RAM
  • Corsair 750w PSU
  • Samsung 970 Evo Plus 1TB NVME
  • Samsung 860 Evo SSD 500 GB - carry over
  • WD SN550 1TB NVME

2020 I hit a small lick (got monies), so I was able to DIY another PC build sooner than I normally would. I'll for sure going back to my 4 year cadence of new building... maybe, lol.


Specs: Ryzen 7 3700x | AMD 6800 XT Midnight Black | MSI B550 Gaming Plus | Corsair Dominator CL16 3200 MHz  4x8 32GB | be quiet! Silent Base 802

Monitors: Acer Nitro XV272U 1440p 170Hz IPS / Acer KG240 1080p 144Hz TN | SSDs: Samsung 970 Evo Plus 1TB / WD SN550 1TB  / Samsung 860 Evo 500GB

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 I am on the 3rd or 4th build in this case alone. I've had computers I can't even remember owning. The old one I liked the best was a socket 462 AMD with a 1 ghz Athlon. It came with 256 meg of ram and a Radeon 7000 graphics card. It was a Micron prebuilt but Micron built a very good PC back in the day. Most PCs were running about 500 mhz and I was running twice that. I was top for about 15 minutes. That machine was a huge leap for me, I've never really had an intense jump like that since. My i5 2500K build was a pretty big jump coming from a Core 2 quad 6600. I just can't remember them all.
 I've had dozens of computers. I've given away 3-4 good laptops just because I don't like laptops. I've been at this for a while. I'm like 62 years old.

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  1. Commodore PET 4016: can't recall the specs off the top of my head... but it had an external tape drive
  2. Commodore 64: can't recall the specs off the top of my head, but it had a 5.25" external floppy drive
  3. IBM 386 with Windows 3.1, 386MB hard drive space, 16MB of RAM, 2x CDRom drive, 3.5" floppy drive, 800x600 display output, SoundBlaster 16 sound card
  4. NEC Versa V/50 laptop, 16MB of RAM, 860MB hard drive, Windows 3.1, PCMCIA, removable floppy, colour screen (TFT), but I forget what CPU it had...
  5. No-brand Pentium II with 256MB of RAM, 8MB video ram (SIS integrated graphics), 5GB hard drive, 52X cdrom, 3.5" floppy, 250W PSU, and later swapped in the SoundBlaster16 from the IBM PC when the onboard audio died. 
  6. Compaq Presario S5010NX, 256MB RAM, 40GB hard drive, Intel i810 integrated graphics, Celeron 2.5GHz (don't remember the specific model), 230W PSU which later turned into a toaster. 
  7. No-brand tower PC with an Athlon 1800+, 256MB RAM (later upgraded to 1GB), 40GB hard drive, Integrated GeForce 2 MX graphics, DVD-ROM drive, later upgraded to have a DVD+-RW drive, again later upgraded to increase hard drive capacity, then used it as a router for a couple of years before replacing it with a cheap laptop. 
  8. (at some point I had another HP computer which I pulled off the side of the road, 40GB HDD, 256MB ram, some kind of celeron processor, but it ran away one day when I was at school). 
  9. ACER WLCI(somethingorother) laptop 1.2GHz celeron processor, 256MB Ram, I don't know much else about it other than it was enough to play Midtown Madness.
  10. ASUS EEEPC 701 with 512MB RAM, 4GB soldiered hard drive (no expansion option), 7" screen.  I believe this had a Celeron processor underclocked at 600MHz
  11. ZaReason Terra HD laptop, 14" screen, 1GB ram, some kind of 64-bit capable dual core ATOM processor, 320GB hard drive.  Later the frame cracked and the battery died, so I bought a USB NIC and started using this laptop as a network gateway/router.
  12. Acer Aspire laptop with I3 530 processor, 6GB RAM, 500GB hard drive, 15-inch(ish?  Maybe 17?) screen.  Currently my daily driver laptop.
  13. Home-built Phenom II X4 965 BE with ATI HD4200 integrated graphics, 4GB RAM (was 8 at one point, but one of the memory channels died), currently 4TB of storage in RAIDZ1+0 serving as a storage server, but was my main daily-driver from 2010 to 2016/17.  Upgraded around 2015-ish to add a GTX750TI. 
  14. Home-built Ryzen 3 1300x with 8GB RAM, 512GB NVME SSD+1TB HDD, re-using the Compaq Presario case, Blu-Ray drive, GTX 750TI (from the Phenom build). 

I know I'm forgetting a few.  Computers 1 through 9 and 12 were hand-me-downs/computers that I saved (or scrapped together) from the municipal garbage dump, 10,11,13,14 were ones I spent my own money on.  Except for 3, 7, and 8, all of these computers still work; #7 I think I can fix, but it's not worth it.  The No-brand Pentium II was basically scraped together from whatever I could find.  There's something of a story behind each computer, but I've already written too much.  The real story is that I need to get rid of some of these. 

If I have to explain every detail, I won't talk to you.  If you answer a question with what can be found through 10 seconds of googling, you've contributed nothing, as I assure you I've already considered it.


What a world we would be living in if I had to post several paragraphs every time I ask a question.

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Too many to recall but I do remember my first one.

Tandy 1000TL

13mhz 286

64K of RAM

and a whopping 20 MB HDD



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Atari 800XL with Tape Deck

Commodore C128 with 1571 Floppy Drive

Amiga 500 with 1 mb Ram, later 8 mb Ram and 512 mb HDD

Amiga 1200 with 2 mb Ram, 40 mb hdd, later with 2 SCSI CD Drives, 3 SCSI 1 GB HDD, 512 mb PATA HDD, 10 MB Ram, 2 additional CPUs

Pentium I 233 MX with dunno... 

Celeron 400 with 256 mb ram

Pentium III 800 with 768 MB Ram

Athlon 2600 with 1 GB Ram

Athlon 2800 with 1 GB Ram

Core 2 Duo E4300 Asrock 4 Core Dual Vsta 4 gb ram

Core 2 Duo E4400 Abit Fatal1ty FP in 9 SLI 4 gb ram

Core 2 Duo E8400 Abit Fatal1ty FP in 9 SLI 8 gb ram

Core 2 Duo E8400 Abit Fatal1ty FP in 9 SLI 8 gb ram

Core I5 3570k Asrock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro 16 gb ram

Core I5 3570k Asrock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro 16 gb ram

Core I5 4400? Asrock Z87 Pro 4 or something... 32 gb ram

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X, AsRock Taichi X570, 32 gb ram


Thrown in there are gfx cards like Voodoo Banshee, Riva TNT 2, GF 2 TI, GF 4, GF 6000 series several, GF 7600 series, GF 560, GF 760, GF 1060...


OS es... Windows 3.1. 95, 98, 2000, XP, 7, 10. Linux Suse 5.2, 6.3, Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS... BEOS, Amiga OS 1.3, 3.0, 3.1 


Well not including the laptops... like a Maruda 386SX 25 wit 8 mb of ram and a 20 mb hdd, 2 Acer Travelmates with a Core 2 Duo, and some others... 

2 Main Systems (mine and my late wifes):

System 1 "Igluna" AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX.

System 2 "Inskah" AsRock Fatal1ty Z77 Pro, Core I5 3570k @4300, 16 GB Ram DDR3 2133, some SSD, and a 2 TB HDD each, Gainward Phantom 760GTX.


New System in the making "Anghammarad" AsRock Taichi x570, AMD Ryzen 5800X, 32 GB Ram DDR4 3600, some SSD, Gainward Phoenix GS 1060.


On the Road: Acer Aspire 5 Model A515-51G-54FD, Intel Core i5 7200U, 8 GB DDR4 Ram, 120 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD, Intel CPU GFX and Nvidia MX 150, Full HD IPS display


Media System: Asrock ASRock Z87 Extreme4/TB4, Intel Core i5 4460, 16 GB Ram DDR3 1600 ADATA XPG, 1 275 GB SSD, 4 Seagate Ironwolf 4TB HDD in raid 5, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX (the 560 will be replaced with one of the 760 due to better effeciency)


(Abit Fatal1ty FP9 IN SLI, C2Duo E8400, 6 GB Ram DDR2 800, far too less diskspace, Gainward Phantom 560 GTX broken need fixing)


Nostalgia: Amiga 1200, Tower Build, CPU/FPU/MMU 68EC020, 68030, 68882 @50 Mhz, 10 MByte ram (2 MB Chip, 8 MB Fast), Fast SCSI II, 2 CDRoms, 2 1 GB SCSI II IBM Harddrives, 512 MB Quantum Lightning HDD, self soldered Sync changer to attach VGA displays, WLAN

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1st PC IBM 3.8.6 
2nd Intel Pentium 333mhz 
3rd Compaq AMD Athlon 64 (i think) 1333mhz 
(those were my father pc's)
now my own 

The Alien (case was a super x alien)
intel pentium 4 2.8ghz 
2gb ram 
radeon 9800 xt 256mb

The survivor (still working and still totaly playable today with an rx 480 8gb today)
intel i5 2500k 
8gb ram
xfx radeon hd6850 
1tb hdd 
120gb ssd


the worst guy
intel i7 7700k (worst cpu ever made!)
16gb ram
gtx  960 and after a 1070  
500gb ssd
1tb hdd 


The Slim

Ryzen 5 2600x
asus strix b450-i 
16gb ram ddr4 3000mhz CL 15 
1tb SSD 
MSI Rx 580 8gb 
case phanteks entho evolv shift

The X
Ryzen 9 5900x
Asus strix b550-f
32gb (4*8 gb) CL 16-16-16-36 Samsung B die
2* 1TB ssd nvme 
MSI Radeon 6800xt gaming x
Creative soundblaster AE-5 plus high res
Case phanteks enthoo evolv X

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