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    You guys have it all figured out huh?
    I'd rather wait and see what cool crud's available on the game's release. And then I'll probably be buying the stuff listed in this thread because the prices dropped.

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    Central Processing Unit:
    - Core2 Duo E6600+

    - 2048MB DDR2 Kingston

    Hard Drive:
    - 2x 320GB 16MB Cache

    - Asus P5B Deluxe

    Graphics Processing Unit:
    - PCI Geforce 7950 GT Graphics

    - Enermax Liberty 500 Watt
    - Arctic Freezer 7 Pro

    - Eizo 21" Standard Monitor (from Dornier Luftfahrt)


    - EverTech 5.25" PL5.25

    Disk Drive:
    - DVR Pioneer DVR-111 8x DL 16x DVD+/-

    - Logitech G3 Laser Mouse
    - Cherry G83-6000 Keyboard

    - Sennheiser PC 161 Head Set (has already seen brutal combat use)
    - Trust SC-5100 5.1 Surround

    Surely not the best computer here but surely enough to play UT3 and make my mod, for further information look in the forums:

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    Gateway FX530XM (on order/backorder)
    - 2.40GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 4M Cache
    - Intel 975X w/10/100/1000 Intel Integrated LAN
    - Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit
    - 2048MB Memory
    - 500GB Hard Drive 8MB Cache (2x250GB drives)
    - 48x/32x/48x CD-RW/DVD Combo Drive
    - 16x Double-Layer Multi-Format DVD Writer DVD+-/R+-RW/CD-R/RW
    - 768MB Nvidia 8800GTX Graphics (Factory Overclocked)
    - Gateway 22" Widescreen High Definition LCD Display
    - TV Tuner Asus/ViXS Combo-210E NTSC/ATSC
    - Sound Blaster X-FI PCI Card
    - Logitech X-230 2.1 32 watt Speakers w/Subwoofer

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    Originally posted by durtytarget
    70% of all the people here have a 8800.

    Yes, with caps

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    70% of all the people here have a 8800. Boohoo for me. BTW just news for all that were a testing their ATI cards on the Lost planet demo that benchmark would not be proper. ATI has not enhanced their drivers for the DX9 and DX10 versions of Lost planet where as Nvidia has. So the nvidia dudes have the actual things but ATI dudes will have low fps compared to normal.

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    AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+@2.8Ghz
    Corsair 2 Gb DDR-II pc-6400
    XFX 8800GTS 320 mb

    it is not very powerfull, anyway... but i think i can play ut3 on this machine /^_^\

    All i want is second 8800, 4 gb of memory, antec 900, 700 watt power supply ( or greater ) and second widescreen monitor may be

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    Same thing in my sig, possible upgrade to 8600gt or higher.

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    Waiting for my current system to fail or I find a situation that I need faster for work. Have about 4k saved for the next system. Other then having over 3 TB of hard drive storage the rest is undetermined. Want to get into HD video editing, need space (-_-).

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    Asus P5B / Intel E6600 / Raptor 150g
    Lian Li V1200 / 2gb PNY / Hiper 580w
    7900GS / Dinovo / 20" Dell w/s tft
    2x500gb sata][ / DeathAdder

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    Originally posted by T-6000 View Post
    Pentium Core 2 Duo "Conroe" 2.4 GHZ
    Hehe, I think you meant "Intel Core 2 Duo".

    I'd like to see how much of a performance increase UT3 will receive from quad-core processors and in DX10 with Vista. I'm confident EPIC will optimize the game to provide a significant boost and in that case I'd probably get one of the new Intel Penryn quad-cores based on the 45nm process (more speed, less power draw) coming in the fall. I'd also be interested in purchasing a video card from the new Nvidia 8900 series which should be coming out soon too.

    In any case, I'll probably get a top of the line system when the initial prices for this hardware drops to acceptable levels. Hopefully, just in time for UT3.

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    AMD Athlon64 X2 5200+
    MSI K9N-F2 SLI
    4x1024Gb 667Mhz Patriot DDR2
    MSI GeForce 8800GTX
    2x320Gb WD3200KS (SATA)
    Onboard Realtek HD Audio
    FSP FX700-GLN 700w PSU
    Windows XP64 SP1

    Later may be will upgrade the CPU to one of the K10 series.

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    Actually, having said that it might just not be reporting the extra GB.

    If you are running 32-bit Windows, you must live with it. You will not ever see all 4GB of RAM you've paid for.

    If you are running 64-bit Windows, you may have to live with it. Depending on your motherboard's chipset, your system may support memory remapping. If so, you will be able to use all 4GB of RAM.

    Due to an architectural decision made long ago, if you have 4GB of physical RAM installed, Windows is only able to report a portion of the physical 4GB of RAM (ranges from ~2.75GB to 3.5GB depending on the devices installed, motherboard's chipset & BIOS).

    This behavior is due to "memory mapped IO reservations". Those reservations overlay the physical address space and mask out those physical addresses so that they cannot be used for working memory. This is independent of the OS running on the machine.

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    Oh, ok then. Thanks for that extra bit of info. Even if it's only 1 Gig, it'll propably make a noticable difference.

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    You can use up to 3GB~ with the 32-bit version. Installing 4GB won't do any harm, but Windows will only see 3GB of it.

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    Originally posted by The5thviruz View Post
    Only the 64-bit version can do this.
    Really? Oh crud! How much can the 32 Bit version support?

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