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About 203441_1454181365

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  • CPU
    Intel Pentium Pro 256k 200Mhz
  • Motherboard
    Intel 440FX Gateway 2000 OEM
  • RAM
    128MB Split FPM/EDO 72-pin
  • GPU
    ATI Mach64GX 2MB w/ Diamond Monster 3D 3Dfx Voodoo 1 4MB
  • Case
    APEX SK-386-C
  • Storage
    147GB 15,000 RPM Ultra160/320 SCSI Hard Disk
  • PSU
    Logisys ???W
  • Display(s)
    1280x1024 Dell TN Panel
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    KeyTronic KB101 PC/XT/AT compatible keyboard
  • Mouse
    Mitsumi RS-232 mouse
  • Sound
    Creative SB/AWE32 CT:3670 2MB
  • Operating System
    Windows 95 C (OSR 2.5)
  1. Yeah this one wiggles around a bit, but I can get it to stay still, but at different angles.
  2. I first need to apologize for this account name, I somehow got stuck with it a while ago. Yeah. So here's my situation. I have an EPOX 2themax EP-9NPA+SLI Socket 939 nForce 4 SLI motherboard. It's from 2005 and is the feature of my newest period accurate build. (My previous being my currently listed machine). It has an AMD Athlon 64 FX-57 (labeled as an FX-55, but reports as an FX-57 for whatever reason, idk not complaining) and 1GB of DDR400 (to be upped to 4GB). My graphics cards are dual nVidia GeForce GTX 7800 512MB editions as well. If you look at the listing on Newegg: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813123246 you can see an oddity that was quite common on nForce 4 SLI builds. There is a jumper card in between the 16x slots that switch it from having the first slot being a 16x slot to both slots being plain 8x slots. My issue is regardless of how I set it up, my second 7800GTX never gets detected in Windows XP. I've tried using Forceware and the plain GeForce drivers from years apart with no luck. It doesn't appear in device manager, and doesn't work with other graphics cards, or just having one in there. I have confirmed both cards work by swapping them out. I am using an SLI bridge, and it doesn't appear to be damaged in any way. Both cards are powered, and fans are spinning. My PSU (A brand new 650W Corsair unit) is perfectly fine to power both cards. I think the problem may lie within the jumper card. If you look at the image, it's held into the slot with that plastic hook, but the hook appears to not have any real way to hold the card in. It's very loose and can wiggle around when insterted. Either way I have tried to secure it many different ways, but it still doesn't work. There doesn't seem to be any BIOS options to change stuff around. I don't have the manual as resources for EPOX board are actually harder to find than resources for DataExpert boards. Any help would be appreciated. If you need any more info on my setup just ask.
  3. This man deserves it for his friend abandoning consoles alone.
  4. I am currently using a GTX 970 from EVGA clocked at 1.4 Ghz with 3.5 + .5 GB of GDDR5 + Whatever NVidia found at the bottom of a river. I would like the card because it's probably better than a 970, and I would love to see what I can come up with with two high power graphics cards at my disposal. Or give one to a family member idk.