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I have two systems I consider primary - my wife's desktop and my laptop. Sadly, my laptop is the faster processor.

Desktop: P3 450, 128MB RAM, 16MB Diamond Viper somethinorother video
Laptop: Celeron 600, 192MB RAM, 4MB ATI Rage mobile video

My stepdad just bought an XP1600, and if he ever gets his butt in gear and puts it in his machine, he'll give me his Athlon 1GHz - all he does now is sit and play MS Flight Sim 2K2 :P

If you'd like to donate to the "Help Brian get a better PC fund," I accept PayPal. ;)

~Brian

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