And here I am, with my current desktop as dated above. I'm now running my laptop under an overclocked condition, as indicated by the two windows open above.
My current laptop is an Acer Aspire 4520 with 1.5GB DDR2 RAM after a pre-upgrade (in other words before I was handed over the laptop from my parents), and 120GB HDD running an AMD Turion 64x2 TL-58.
Original CPU clock speed is 1.9GHz, I overclocked it for a bit and pushed it up to as what you can see in this screenshot. Graphics card stock specifications were real sad; and that's as far as it can go without any crashes. Temperatures were not too cool though, running at 54 degrees Celsius (or 129 degrees Fahrenheit) on average and then rising up to 78 degrees Celsius (172 degrees Fahrenheit) on full load during a CPU stress test. But then again I got to remind myself that I am running a laptop and not a desktop with a decent cooling system. I bet ~sharif-strike
's PC can go up to better results, and I'm dying to test his PC. XD
Oh yeah I used NVidia's NTune for the overclocking. XP
Anyways, here I go, just to tell that me (who's owning this laptop) is still alive and sound. Just that I didn't seem to be able to find time to CG, though.
P/S: Note that the amount of the graphic RAM depends on the amount of the laptop's RAM I allocated for it, and the screenshot shows that I allocated an amount of 128MB RAM for it.