You are Here:
Linux Lite 6.0 Final Released - See Release Announcements



Post Your Machine Specifications!

Author (Read 2817 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Post Your Machine Specifications!
« on: September 07, 2015, 11:54:07 PM »
 

Teddy

  • 'Deep in the heart of Texas!'
  • PayPal Supporter
  • Forum Regular
  • *****
  • 228
    Posts
  • Reputation: 21
  • Texmex

  • Linux Lite: 5.4 64bit

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6Ghz/Turbo 3.5Ghz Quad Core (Skylake)

  • MEMORY: 24Gb

  • VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M - 6GB VRAM

  • Kernel: 5.x
My Main Laptop: Dell Inspiron M5110
(Note: My specs on this Dell Laptop is very, very similar to Spatry's Laptop Specs, nearly identical.)


Yes, my laptop is one of those that has some useless switchable back covers behind the screen. I've never bought any covers and don't plan to because I simply don't care. I use the stock one that came with the laptop. The factory box describes my back cover colour as "Diamond Black". (Doesn't look as good as it sounds, to be honest, but still a good laptop overall.)

Processor: AMD A8-3500M Quad-Core APU @ 1.5 Ghz (2.4 Ghz Turbo Boost)
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6620G & AMD Radeon HD 6470M
Hard Drive: Western Digital Blue 500GB
RAM: 6 GB DDR3 1333 Mhz Memory (2 of 2 RAM Slots Used) (Originally had 4 GB Stock) (8 GB Max)
Wireless LAN: Broadcom BCM4313 a/b/g/n Single Band (2.4 Ghz) with Bluetooth 3.0 - A LINUX PROBLEM WIFI CARD! DO NOT GET! [As I found out].
LAN: Realtek Ethernet Card
Display: 1366x768 Resolution, 15.6 Inch LED Panel
Operating System: Arch Linux 64-Bit with KDE. - This will be replaced with LL in a few weeks.

My Travel Laptop: HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11
(Exact Model is: HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11-e015dx)


Laptop that I use when I'm out and about. Has decent run time of about 6 hours on battery, and about 4 hours on full brightness. 11.6 inch 10-Point Touchscreen display.

Processor: AMD A6-1450 Quad-Core APU @ 1.0 Ghz (1.4 Ghz Turbo Boost)
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 8250
Hard Drive: HGST TravelStar 500GB
RAM: 4 GB DDR3 1333 Mhz Memory (1 of 1 RAM Slots Used) (8GB Max)
Wireless LAN: Qualcomm Atheros a/b/g/n Dual-Band (2.4 and 5 Ghz) with Bluetooth 4.0 - A very good choice with Linux
LAN: Realtek Ethernet Card
Display: 1366x768 Resolution, 11.6 Inch LED Panel, Amtel MaXTouch Touch Digitizer with 10 Touch Points (Yes, This is a Touchscreen Laptop)
Operating System: Windows 8.1 Update 1 64-Bit dual-booted with Linux Lite 2.6

My Desktop: Dell Dimension 5100C

This is my spare machine I use for testing all kinds of Linux distros and previews of Windows. A quick machine considering its age. Also used occasionally as a background music machine for my job live-streaming commercial-free Icecast / Shoutcast radio streams. Has a S/PDIF (Optical) 5.1 Surround Audio output used on a Harman/Kardon A/V Receiver. Creates static free and crisp high quality sound!

It has a gear-operated door cover that covers the DVD Drive, Floppy Drive (or optional 9 in 1 Media Card Reader for SD Cards, Memory Stick, CompactFlash, etc.), 3.5 mm Audio Jacks, Firewire 400, and 2 USB 2.0 Ports. This is with it open.



Door cover closed.



Neat feature!

Processor: Intel Pentium D Dual-Core @ 2.8 Ghz (No HyperThreading)
Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (Intel 945G Chipset) - Very good with Linux, present on alot of older Intel Atoms from the netbook craze era.
Hard Drive: Western Digital Blue 80GB
Other Storage: 3.5inch TEAC Floppy Drive - Not shown in above pictures.
RAM: 2.0 GB DDR2 667 Mhz Memory (3 of 4 RAM Slots Used) (4GB Max)
Wireless LAN: No Wireless Card Installed
LAN: Intel Ethernet Card
Display: 1440x900 HP 1907w Desktop Monitor with rear-facing stereo speakers
Operating System: My Machine For Distro-Hopping or Testing OS's. All kinds of things go in this field.

July 11th, 2014 - I took a 512 MB RAM stick out on the Dell Dimension because it had failed. It had a rather serious problem where that particular RAM stick prevented ANY and ALL Linux Distros from installing or in some cases, even booting, on it, every single time [Kernel Panics]. Even Windows 7 and 8 would fail right in the middle of the installation process (Blue Screen Of Death) every single time. Who knew a RAM stick could cause so much trouble.
« Last Edit: September 08, 2015, 05:18:46 PM by Teddy »
Theodore,

HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11-e015dx (11-inch "Travelbook")
ASUS Republic Of Gamers G752VT-DH74 (17-inch Main) [6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M GPU, 24GB RAM]
 

Re: Post Your Machine Specifications!
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2022, 03:31:06 AM »
 

ZunairahShahzad

  • New to Forums
  • *
  • 4
    Posts
  • Reputation: 0
  • Linux Lite Member

  • Linux Lite: 5.6 64bit

  • CPU: Hp

  • MEMORY: 8Gb

  • VIDEO CARD: Gigabyte 2 GB
My Main Laptop: Dell Inspiron M5110
(Note: My specs on this Dell Laptop is very, very similar to Spatry's Laptop Specs, nearly identical.)


Yes, my laptop is one of those that has some useless switchable back covers behind the screen. I've never bought any covers and don't plan to because I simply don't care. I use the stock one that came with the laptop. The factory box describes my back cover colour as "Diamond Black". (Doesn't look as good as it sounds, to be honest, but still a good laptop overall.)

Processor: AMD A8-3500M Quad-Core APU @ 1.5 Ghz (2.4 Ghz Turbo Boost)
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6620G & AMD Radeon HD 6470M
Hard Drive: Western Digital Blue 500GB
RAM: 6 GB DDR3 1333 Mhz Memory (2 of 2 RAM Slots Used) (Originally had 4 GB Stock) (8 GB Max)
Wireless LAN: Broadcom BCM4313 a/b/g/n Single Band (2.4 Ghz) with Bluetooth 3.0 - A LINUX PROBLEM WIFI CARD! DO NOT GET! [As I found out].
LAN: Realtek Ethernet Card
Display: 1366x768 Resolution, 15.6 Inch LED Panel
Operating System: Arch Linux 64-Bit with KDE. - This will be replaced with LL in a few weeks.

My Travel agency Laptop: HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11
(Exact Model is: HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11-e015dx)


Laptop that I use when I'm out and about. Has decent run time of about 6 hours on battery, and about 4 hours on full brightness. 11.6 inch 10-Point Touchscreen display.

Processor: AMD A6-1450 Quad-Core APU @ 1.0 Ghz (1.4 Ghz Turbo Boost)
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 8250
Hard Drive: HGST TravelStar 500GB
RAM: 4 GB DDR3 1333 Mhz Memory (1 of 1 RAM Slots Used) (8GB Max)
Wireless LAN: Qualcomm Atheros a/b/g/n Dual-Band (2.4 and 5 Ghz) with Bluetooth 4.0 - A very good choice with Linux
LAN: Realtek Ethernet Card
Display: 1366x768 Resolution, 11.6 Inch LED Panel, Amtel MaXTouch Touch Digitizer with 10 Touch Points (Yes, This is a Touchscreen Laptop)
Operating System: Windows 8.1 Update 1 64-Bit dual-booted with Linux Lite 2.6

My Desktop: Dell Dimension 5100C

This is my spare machine I use for testing all kinds of Linux distros and previews of Windows. A quick machine considering its age. Also used occasionally as a background music machine for my job live-streaming commercial-free Icecast / Shoutcast radio streams. Has a S/PDIF (Optical) 5.1 Surround Audio output used on a Harman/Kardon A/V Receiver. Creates static free and crisp high quality sound!

It has a gear-operated door cover that covers the DVD Drive, Floppy Drive (or optional 9 in 1 Media Card Reader for SD Cards, Memory Stick, CompactFlash, etc.), 3.5 mm Audio Jacks, Firewire 400, and 2 USB 2.0 Ports. This is with it open.



Door cover closed.



Neat feature!

Processor: Intel Pentium D Dual-Core @ 2.8 Ghz (No HyperThreading)
Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (Intel 945G Chipset) - Very good with Linux, present on alot of older Intel Atoms from the netbook craze era.
Hard Drive: Western Digital Blue 80GB
Other Storage: 3.5inch TEAC Floppy Drive - Not shown in above pictures.
RAM: 2.0 GB DDR2 667 Mhz Memory (3 of 4 RAM Slots Used) (4GB Max)
Wireless LAN: No Wireless Card Installed
LAN: Intel Ethernet Card
Display: 1440x900 HP 1907w Desktop Monitor with rear-facing stereo speakers
Operating System: My Machine For Distro-Hopping or Testing OS's. All kinds of things go in this field.

July 11th, 2014 - I took a 512 MB RAM stick out on the Dell Dimension because it had failed. It had a rather serious problem where that particular RAM stick prevented ANY and ALL Linux Distros from installing or in some cases, even booting, on it, every single time [Kernel Panics]. Even Windows 7 and 8 would fail right in the middle of the installation process (Blue Screen Of Death) every single time. Who knew a RAM stick could cause so much trouble.

I don't know how find this post but I want to ask that can I buy this laptop for the current period. Because I will use it to run the document based work. Will it be worthy for me?
 

 

-->
X Close Ad

Linux Lite 6.0 Final Released - See Release Announcements