My PC




Hardware


  • CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ (Boxed Version)
  • Mainboard: Asus M32SLI-Deluxe W-LAN
  • NIC: AVM FRITZ! WLAN USB-Stick N
  • RAM: 2 x 1024 MB Corsair DDR2-800 XMS2
  • HDD-Intern: 320 GB Seagate SATA2
  • DVD/CD-Burner: LG GSA-H12LBBLK incl. Light-Scribe1.2 + DVD-RAM
  • PSU: Tagan TG600-U35 Easycon XL 600W
  • VGA: Asus EAX1950XT
  • Midi-Tower: CoolerMaster ATX Mystique 632 black/orange
  • Screen: Samsung SyncMaster 2433BW 24"
  • Keyboard: Logitech Illuminated Keyboard
  • Mouse: Logitech MX1000


Thermal


  • CPU: max. 33 °C
  • Mainboard: max. 38 °C


Variance summer/winter ± 3 °C

Benchmark


  • 3DMark06: 5980 points


Benchmark conditions: All background programms running; Resolution 1280x1024x32

Everything around


When I bought my pc in 2007, the price for the hardware was about 1300 €.
In my opinion I prefer in contrast to such "Prefabricated-PCs", self-assembled PCs, which make sure that you only mount hardware you really need.
Often PC manufacturer force people to buy the more expensive hardware, because you have no possibility to take the cheaper hardware in e. g. a certain series.
As well the spare part purchasing is very simplier and cheaper.

Frequently I'm asked because of my "large" 24 inch screen: The advantage is of course the "Everything on one view concept".
Most of all it's better to webdesign and do some remote work.



Which mobile phone features do you really need?
Photocamera
UMTS
W-LAN
Multitouch
QWERTY-Keyboard
Photolight