ADJenz


This page gives a great deal of coverage about my computer(s).



The Main Rig & Gamer Specs

  • Antec 1200SX FULL SERVER ATX Case (lots of hours in mods)
    -Window Kit
    -Cold Cathode Blue light
    -Zalman 6-Channel Fan Controller Panel
    -Rounded Silver IDE & Floppy Drive cables
    -On four Coasters
    -Custom Lights
    -Custom silver paint job & sanded off all the paint to reveal the steel. -Dremel'ed alot of weight out of the case - Fan Grills, Extra support, Holes
  • Antec TruePower Trio 650 Watt Power Supply
  • Asus P5B Deluxe v1.1 Intel P965 Chipset (10x USB 2.0, 1394, 7.1 Sound, 2x Gigabit Ethernet, 7x SATA RAID, 1x eSATA, 2 IDE P-ATA RAID)
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 1.8GHz OC'ed to 2.70GHz LGA 775 2MB L2 Cache (Allendale Core) (65nm)
  • Scythe Ninja SCNJ-1100P Heatsink with 120mm 1200RPM Fan
  • 4 GB's Of DDR2 Ram - 4x 1024 MB's of A-DATA DDR2 800, PC2-6400 SDRAM w/ Dual Channel Enabled
  • Western Digital 150 GB Raptor 10,000 RPM w/16MB Cache SATA - (C:\WinXP)
  • Western Digital 200 GB Caviar SE 7,200 RPM w/ 8MB Cache SATA Converted - (D:\Music)
  • Maxtor MaxLine 250 GB 7,200 RPM w/ 8MB Cache SATA Converted - (E:\Downloads)
  • Maxtor MaXLine II 300 GB 7,200 RPM w/16MB Buffer SATA Converted (F:\Games & Backup)
  • Western Digital 250 GB Caviar SE 7,200 RPM w/ 8MB Cache SATA - (G:\Wii)
  • Maxtor MaXLine III 300 GB 7,200 RPM w/ 16MB Buffer SATA - (H:\Backup)
  • NEC 3550A 16X DVD+/-RW Dual-Layer IDE DVD Burner
  • Micro Advantage Dual-layer DVD Burner - DVD+R=16X  DVD+RW=4X  DVD+R DL=4X DVD-R=16X DVD-RW=2.4X DVD-R DL=2.4X CD-R=48X CD-RW=24X
  • Sony 1.44MB Floppy Drive
  • eVGA Geforce 8800 GTS 320MB DDR3 PCI-E Graphics Card w/ DirectX 10 Support, Dual DVI, HDCP
  • SYBA PCI-E e-SATA II Controller Card
  • Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-FI Platinum With Remote Control & 3.5inch Break-out Front Panel
  • Sennheiser EH150 3.5 mm Stereo Headphones
  • Sony Warp-around Stereo Headphones
  • Microsoft Windows XP Pro SP2
  • Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate
  • Samsung SyncMaster 225BW 22 inch WideScreen LCD Monitor Running 32 Bit @ 1680 X 1050 (Dual Monitor - DVI Left Display #1)
  • Westinghouse L2046NV 20.1 inch LCD Monitor Running 32 BIt @ 1400 X 1050 (Dual Monitor - VGA Right Display #2)
  • Creative Labs SBS 560 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers
  • Logitech MX700 Cordless Optical USB (Keyboard & Mouse)
  • 2TB Addonics eSATA Storage Tower Backup w/ 4x Maxtor MaxLine III 500 GB SATA
  • Samsung ML-2510 Mono Laser Printer w/ USB
  • Canon LIDE 30 USB Powered Scanner
  • Canon S3 IS 12X Optical Zoom - 6 MegaPixel Digital Camera, High Res Video Mode w/ 2 GB SD Card, 4 Sets of batteries
  • Canon s500 3X Optical Zoom - 5 MegaPixel Compact Digital Camera w/ 1GB Compact Flash Card, 2 Batteries
  • Philips PCV680 Web Camera
  • Microsoft SideWinder Gamepad USB
  • Saitek P2500 Rumble Force Gamepad
  • Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick
  • Micro 1.8inch External Enclosure With A 20 Gig HD
  • Small 2.5inch External Enclosure with a 6 Gig HD
  • Large 3.5 External Exclosure with a Seagate 60 Gig 7200 RPM HD
  • 3x Imation Swivel 1 Gig USB 2.0 Flash Drive(s)
  • Verbatim 128MB Store'n'Go USB 2.0 Thumb Drive
  • Data Cable for my Sprint PCS VM-4500 (SCP-5500) Cell Phone
  • Data Cable for my Verizon LG 8600 Cell Phone
  • SanDisk ImageMate 12 in 1 Reader/Writer USB 2.0
  • 4 Port USB 2.0 Hub
  • Motorola 5120 Cable Modem
  • Linksys WRT54G v3.1 802.11g Wireless Router Running DD-WRT Modded Firmware
  • D-Link Gigabit 8 Port Switch


Clear Acrylic Case aka Web Server
and the specs:

  • 100% Custom made (by me) acrylic case made from a 6' by 8' piece
    -300 Watt Power Supply
    -2x Cold Cathode Blue lights
    -Rounded Silver IDE cable
    -On four coasters
    -Custom Switch -2x Fans
  • FIC AT31 Motherboard with built-in Audio/Video/Sound/NIC
  • AMD Duron 1.6 GHz Processor
  • Standard Heatsink/fan
  • 512 MB's of Kingston PC2700 DDR RAM
  • ATI All In Wonder Radeon 8500 128 MB's of RAM
  • 3com 10/100 NIC with 3XP Intregrated Processor & 168-bit encryption (Web Server IP)
  • Westinghouse L2046NV 20.1 LCD Monitor Running 32 BIt @ 1280 X 1024 (Hooked up to a KVM)
  • Seagate 60 GB 7,200 RPM w/ 2MB Cache IDE (C:\Windows Server 2003)
  • LG DVD-ROM Drive (D:)
  • Windows Server 2003 configured & running this web server
  • Connected to my HDTV, Onkyo 5.1 Surround Sound, etc.


(Our) Mobile Companion Or Laptop
and the specs:

  • HP zd8000 (zd8215US)
  • Intel Pentium 4 540 (2.8 GHz) With Hyper-Threading Technology
  • Intel 915 Chipset
  • 512 MB's Of Ram - DDR2 PC4200 With Dual Channel Enabled
  • 4X USB 2.0, 1x 1394,
  • ATI x600 Mobility With 128MB's Of RAM With VGA, S-Video & Composite Out
  • 17.0" WSXGA+ (1440 X 960) BrightView Widescreen Display
  • 80 Gig 2.5 inch 5400 RPM HD
  • LG Dual-Layer DVD Burner
  • 802.11b/g Wireless, 56k Modem, Ethernet
  • Realtek Sound With Altec Lansing Speakers
  • 1x Express32 Expansion slot & 1x PCMCIA
  • Up To 3.0 Hours Of Battery Life (Average 1.5 Hours)
  • MS Windows XP Media Center 2005 SP2
  • Rolling Suitcase With Wheels + 1 Targus Leather Bag
  • And dozens of Cables, Accessories, Routers, External HD's


(Her) Vista Box aka TiVo / Bedroom Movie Theater
and the specs:

  • XION Black/Silver Mid Tower Case
  • 450 Watt Power Supply
  • MSI K8N Neo 4 Platinum - nForce 4 Ultra Chipset (10x USB 2.0, 1394, 7.1 Sound, 2x Gigabit Ethernet, 8x S-ATA RAID, P-ATA RAID)
  • AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Socket 939 512KB L2 Cache (Venice Core)
  • Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 Heatsink & Fan, 1.0 Sone Noise @ 32 CFM
  • 2 GB's Of Ram - 4x 512 MB's of Kingston HyperX PC4000 DDR SDRAM with Dual Channel Enabled
  • Western Digital 80 GB Caviar SE 7,200 RPM w/ 8MB Cache IDE - (C:\Vista)
  • nVidia Reference Geforce 6600GT 128MB DDR3 Video Card, DVI, VGA & HDTV-Out - Modded 80mm VGA Fan
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate
  • Microsoft Office 2007 Ultimate
  • Acer AL2423 24 inch Widescreen LCD Monitor Running 32 Bit @ 1920 X 1200 DVI
  • Creative Labs Inspire 4400 4.1 Surround Sound Speakers
  • HP DeskJet 5150 Color Inkjet Printer
  • HP PhotoSmart 7150 Color Inkjet Printer
  • MS Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 (Keyboard & Mouse)
The first computer that I had was a 286, black and white monitor in 1986 and then in 1993 my dad bought me a Packard Bell 486SX 25 MHz, 4MB of Ram, 256 colors, Win3.1, 2x CD-ROM, TV-Turner etc.  Ahh, the fond memories of that machine, the long nights & the early mornings.  That was good machine until around 1995 until I upgraded every component but the motherboard.

Then a Cyrix 166+ (133 MHz) was the PC that I put in a huge case that I received from my uncle.  Bought a smaller case, larger HDD and a 14 inch monitor, therefore building my first custom built computer.  Thats where it started getting insane.   Years pasted and decades kept rolling and somewhere along the lines I ended up at the top of the page.