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SlashDev is my primary PC. It’s not extremely high-end, but it’ll do just fine.
I chose the name SlashDev, simply because I think it sounds neat. I derived the name from ./dev directory in the Linux directory structure. Allthough I don’t run Linux on this machine, I still think it’s a cool name.


Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP Pro SP2
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 3200+
Motherboard: AsRock 939Dual-SATA2
Memory: 1GB DDR400
Video: Asus EN7600GS TOP SILENT, nVidia GeForce 7600GS 512MB
Sound: integrated realtek POS
TV-tuner: AverMedia AVerTV 303P
Harddisk (internal): 2x Maxtor 120GB 7200rpm
Harddisk (external): 1x Maxtor 300GB 7200rpm, 1x Maxtor 250GB 7200RPM
PSU: Spire 500W ultra silent
Optical: 1x LG 16x DVD, 1x Lite-On 16x DVD+RWDL
LAN: 1x SMC 802.11G wifi (54mbit), 1x integrated fast-ethernet (100mbit)
External connections: 8x USB 2.0 (6x back, 2x front), 1x LPT, 1x COM, 2x PS2
Extra: sweet looking blue LCD screen on the front of the PC which gives me the temperature status of the PC, displays harddisk activity, time, fanspeed and power status.


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After cleaning up the cables it looks like this:
Everything connected.

heck, the yellow rounded IDE cable has been removed, the same goes for the first and the last harddisk from top to bottom (and the other way around) and the PCI IDE controller, no new pic yet.

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