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The Ultimate Gaming Machine


Host Leo Laporte of The Screen Savers showed a modded rig they claim to be the ultimate gaming PC. This top of the line UGM costs about $10,000 after all the add-ons.

Realme Philippines

The specs:
Intel Pentium II 300MHz
4.1GB + 9.1GB Seagate Cheetah
32x Plextor CDROM
FM synthesis
3D Sound
Adtronics Case

It didn’t say what graphics card they had in there but I reckon it could be one of those S3 Savage 3D with 8MB of RAM.

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By the way, this was 10 years ago. The iPhone 3G has a faster CPU and more storage than this gaming machine.

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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13 years ago

Parabens pelo seu site, colega! Nao gosto muito de fazer comentarios, mas o seu site esta muito bom mesmo! Continue com esse bom trabalho!

13 years ago

i thought this was a new Ultimate gaming rig.. I remember this old show. I missed the gaming rig section they did during those Techtv days. Tekzilla did the same thing some months ago. sponsored by NVIDIA. It has two NVIDIA 280 graphics card and an NVIDIA edition of CoolerMaster Case (being sold here for P10K)

Jomark Osabel
13 years ago

Well, I used to brag my 40 mb harddrive before. Now we are on the terabyte age.

13 years ago

“128Megs of RAM.. not a reasonable amount at all! That’s AAA LOT!”




Andre Marcelo-Tanner
13 years ago

i played Quake back in 1995 when it first came out on my blazing fast Pentium 100 with 8MB of RAM! Played real well even on a 28.8k modem from the Philippines.

13 years ago


13 years ago

my toshiba satellite ..nabili ko last 2003..
pentium 4 1.8ghz lang nga eto.. top 10 sa t3 mag malaysia nuon..priced about 1800+ $

ngayon 2008:
i can play dota, ran online..conquer online ,ragnarok.. but kung heavy na sa vid memry ayaw na
play windows media while nagdodota..

hinde pa rin nahuhuli hehehe

13 years ago

It’s amazing how fast technology is improving, especially in computers. One day you got a high-end computer; in the next 6 months, yours is just a standard computer.

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13 years ago

I remember my Acer Aspire Pentium 133 MHz, 32mb SDRAM and 1mb VRAM (^_^) that costs 68T with a printer!!!

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