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LCweb
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When I was a child, I had the Supernintendo.

If you mean a TRUE computer: when I was 16 my parents bought me a core duo with 1GB ram and a GeForce 7600 :D

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MonoLabs
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Don’t remember the exact model, but it was a Compaq with 75Mhz Intel Pentium and 4GB of HD, don’t remember the RAM at all !

I do remember using Windows 3.11 and 95 on it :)

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boomopera
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call me old fashioned…but it was Atari 130xe ;]]

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phpface
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This is my first :D

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websupporter
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This is my first :D

I was waiting for this one XD

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Amaksi
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athlon XP. 64 mx 440 video, 256 ddr, 80hdd

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x4er0
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First real PC: Intel Celeron 700MHz with Riva TNT2 32MB, 128MB Ram, 20GB and it was a monster :bigsmile:

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tommusrhodus
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Packard Bell, Intel Pentium 166mhz, 2gb HDD, 4mb Ram, 2mb Video Ram, Win 95

At the time it was amazing, it was the first computer with PS2 ports for Mouse / Keyboard that I remember seeing :)

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ImanGM
Moderator
says

My first real PC was: Pentium 133mhz, 1.2gb HDD, 16mb RAM, with DOS OS + Windows 3.1 :nerdy:

I remember I’ve developed a simple but graphical game with QBasic on it :D

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joomfx
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This exact PC from the screenshot was my first touch with the computers back in 1989 :)
It was an unbelievable experience – 640K RAM, 4,77 MHz and 20MB HDD :D \\

This was my favourite game which I played a lot on the above PC :D

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