Is your computer slowing you down?
Are you tired of getting nowhere fast on the Internet?
If you said yes, here is your solution!
Let Doctor PC give your computer a check-up today! Give us a call and we'll come to your door and do the check up right in your own home. Or if you would prefer, we will take your computer back to our repair shop and perform the operation there!
Our shop is located at
5 Summer Street - Summerside, PE
You'll find us at the top of the stairs!
Contact the PC Doctor
Office Phone: 902-436-8376
Cell Phone: 902-954-0463
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Basic Office Computers to Hard-core Gaming Systems
The following computers are a sampling of some of the custom computer systems that have been built at the PC Doctor shop. If you are interested in a system of your own, please contact us about a price.
The Doctor's Personal PC
This is my personal system. It was originally built in march 2003, but has had a few upgrades since then. It currently contains a DFI NF2 Ultra B motherboard, AMD Athlon XP2500+ @ 2.2Ghz, 2x512MB PC3200 RAM, 80GB Maxtor harddrive, Radeon 9500 Pro cooled with an Arctic Cooling VGA Silencer Revision 3, 16X DVD-ROM, 52x24x52 CD-RW, 16X DVD RW, all in a Chenming 21IN blue aluminum case. All of this is powered by a 420W Thermaltake Purepower powersupply.
This first images is a picture of my system taken in a dark room with no flash. It is lit by two blue cold cathodes, and two ultraviolet cold cathodes that react with the UV sensative cables, wire sleeves, and motherboard.
This is a shuttle system that was built spring 2005 for NSC Electronics. It was designed for use in lobster, and crab fishing boats for their sounding and plotting equipment. They were paired with 15" LCD Monitors, Virtually Indestructable Keyboards, and trackball mice. This particular system was built with a AMD Athlon64 3000+, 256MB of RAM, an 80GB harddrive, dvd-rom, and GeForce FX 5200 128MB video card.
This is my personal file server. It currently contains 2x200GB 7200RPM, 1x120GB 7200RPM, and 1x9.1GB 10000RPM SCSI drive. The videocard is a 16MB Voodoo Banshee. The whole thing is housed in a generic 23" tower. To put this in perspective a normal custom case is only 18". Most prebuilt systems such as dell, compaq, etc are 14-16" cases.
This is my test server. It was previously my home file server, but it was a power hungry monster. Originally it was a Compaq SP750. It currently houses dual 1Ghz Xeon processors, 1GB RDRAM, 2x18.2GB SCSI drives all powered by a 420W powersupply. The case is huge and steel. The shipping wight when I bought it was 65 lbs.