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14 hours ago, quakeguy said:

Ask and you shall receive:

Oh man a PS3SS. How's the glossy plastic on yours holding up? The one at my grandma's was nicely scratched within about 6 months thanks to a cat and microfiber towels.

 

Also obligatory rant about how annoying the Blu-Ray drive in them is when it comes to acoustics and just not feeling like a toy for kids.

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18 hours ago, flibberdipper said:

Oh man a PS3SS. How's the glossy plastic on yours holding up? The one at my grandma's was nicely scratched within about 6 months thanks to a cat and microfiber towels.

 

Also obligatory rant about how annoying the Blu-Ray drive in them is when it comes to acoustics and just not feeling like a toy for kids.

Mine looked brand new until it sold 6 months ago bu it looked practically brand new  and I used

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All right, I got a pakidge from @Bitter yesterday. Here is what's inside:

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PNY 9800 GT (G92b, KIA during shipping):

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10 pounds of dust:

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Ethernet card:

 

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Sound card:

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ATi 9200 SE (currently in my P4 EE rig)

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A BFG 9800 GT in remarkably good condition. I don't think this was even cleaned, but it looks almost COMPLETELY DUST FREE. The sticker is peeling a bit though, which is understandable for an old card:

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One true gem this guy sent me, the BFG 7800 GTX OC. 

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XFX 7600 GT:

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RAID card:

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Riva TNT2 M64 (Vanta):

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ATi Rage 128:

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Gigabyte Socket 478 mobo:

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I tried delidding one soldered Celeron D CPU. Didn't work, obviously.

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All the RAM I could ever eat:

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Intel 945 mobo:

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I just want to thank @Bitter so much for all of this!


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5 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

snipity snapity schnoz

aaaah

 

also spoiler next time please?


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I did clean and repaste (AS5) the BFG card as it was the working one albeit with a maybe sketchy fan, the PNY card I could never get to work in the testing board so it being KIA isn't a big loss and it's possible it was already damaged and that's why it never worked for me. The BFG fan is some odd size but it started working OK after oiling it however it's got a loud inductor on the board that gets painfully hot at all times so....use at your own risk I guess. The 7800GTX needs to be re-pasted and cleaned but also worked, but was too old to run the Heaven benchmark I use to test cards quickly. the cooler is kind of a pain because it uses thermal paste to contact all the RAM for the back plate and the main heatsink and I didn't really want to invest more into it being that it's so very old and it did work. Make sure you have some good NON CONDUCTIVE compound or some thin thermal pads for that one as it takes a BUNCH of stuff to put it back together with 8 RAM chips on each side of the board or something silly. Those cards ran hot when new but I also ran them in SLI so...that probably didn't help. My dad has or had the other one, I'll see if he still has it and have him bring it when I see him later this year if you'd like to have the matched pair for SLI. With SLI it could run Command and Conquer 3 on all high settings at 1280x1024 with my Core2Duo E8400 at 4Ghz but with some stutter,then a 9800 GTX (now dead) could do that as a single card with much less stutter, and then later on a GTX 650 could do that even better as a single card and with much much less noise and heat than either of the above. The 7800GTX doesn't support DX10 or 11 or something so it's probably best suited as a late XP machine card than it would be for Windows 7. The 9800 GT would be OK in 7.

 

The other stuff was all un-tested or 'ran when parked'. Some was ran more recently like in the past year for the 945 board and CPU, so along with that RAM you basically have a working computer for $20 shipping. Though not a very fast one. I think the 945 board also got repasted with AS5, I know the P4 setup did for sure. The sound card worked at some point but there were driver issues with later versions of Windows so I gave up on it, never used the networking card but it came from the P4 system so presumably worked under XP.

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3 hours ago, Bitter said:

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Yeah, I think I can swap out the hot inductor in the BFG 9800 GT for a matching one in the dead PNY card, so that should be no problem. Those 7800 GTX cards are awesome, though. I put a lot of time yesterday into cleaning out the card, as well as slapping a large thermal pad on the back of the card to conduct heat the aluminum mounting clip (though it probably won't help much). Running them in SLI would be really awesome. 


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3ware Escalade 7500-8 RAID controller card 🙂

 

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PC #1 : Gigabyte B150M-HD3 DDR3 | i7-7700 | 16GB DDR3L 1600 | Zotac GeForce GT610 PCIe 1x | LSI SAS 3081E-R | 240GB NVMe PCIe PNY CS2030 | HDDs 41.5TB total | Quantum LTO5 HH SAS drive | Seasonic Focus Plus 650 Gold | Cooler Master Stacker STC-T01 | DELL 27" LED 2560x1440 (plugged DVI port)
PC #2 : Gigabyte MW70-3S0 | 2x E5-2667 v3 | 32GB DDR4 ECC Reg 2133 | Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Gaming OC 8G | 6x 120GB SSD SATA RAID0 | Seasonic Prime Ultra 850 Titanium | Lian Li PC-A77 | DELL 27" LED 2560x1440 (plugged DP port)
PC #3 : Mini PC Zotac 4K | Celeron N3150 | 4GB DDR3L 1600 | 32GB eMMC M.2 | 40GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2 | Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro USB | Samsung Blu-ray writer USB | Genius SP-HF1800A | TV Panasonic TX-40DX600E UltraHD
PC #4 : ASUS P2B-F | PIII 500MHz | 512MB SDR 100 | Leadtek WinFast GeForce 256 SDR 32MB | 2x Guillemot Maxi Gamer 3D² 8MB in SLI | Creative Sound Blaster AWE64 ISA | 80GB HDD UATA | Fortron/Source FSP235-60GI | Zalman R1 | DELL 15" LCD 1024x768

Laptop : Lenovo ThinkPad T61p | T9500 | 4GB DDR2 667 | Quadro FX 570m | 120GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2 | 15.4" 1920x1200

PC tablet : Fujitsu Point 1600 | PMMX 166MHz | 160MB EDO | 20GB HDD UATA | external floppy drive | 10" LCD tactile 800x600 display | AGFA SnapScan 1212u blue

And I have 8 others computers.

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Creative Sound Blaster 32 (CT3620), it's really big 😀

 

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PC #1 : Gigabyte B150M-HD3 DDR3 | i7-7700 | 16GB DDR3L 1600 | Zotac GeForce GT610 PCIe 1x | LSI SAS 3081E-R | 240GB NVMe PCIe PNY CS2030 | HDDs 41.5TB total | Quantum LTO5 HH SAS drive | Seasonic Focus Plus 650 Gold | Cooler Master Stacker STC-T01 | DELL 27" LED 2560x1440 (plugged DVI port)
PC #2 : Gigabyte MW70-3S0 | 2x E5-2667 v3 | 32GB DDR4 ECC Reg 2133 | Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Gaming OC 8G | 6x 120GB SSD SATA RAID0 | Seasonic Prime Ultra 850 Titanium | Lian Li PC-A77 | DELL 27" LED 2560x1440 (plugged DP port)
PC #3 : Mini PC Zotac 4K | Celeron N3150 | 4GB DDR3L 1600 | 32GB eMMC M.2 | 40GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2 | Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro USB | Samsung Blu-ray writer USB | Genius SP-HF1800A | TV Panasonic TX-40DX600E UltraHD
PC #4 : ASUS P2B-F | PIII 500MHz | 512MB SDR 100 | Leadtek WinFast GeForce 256 SDR 32MB | 2x Guillemot Maxi Gamer 3D² 8MB in SLI | Creative Sound Blaster AWE64 ISA | 80GB HDD UATA | Fortron/Source FSP235-60GI | Zalman R1 | DELL 15" LCD 1024x768

Laptop : Lenovo ThinkPad T61p | T9500 | 4GB DDR2 667 | Quadro FX 570m | 120GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2 | 15.4" 1920x1200

PC tablet : Fujitsu Point 1600 | PMMX 166MHz | 160MB EDO | 20GB HDD UATA | external floppy drive | 10" LCD tactile 800x600 display | AGFA SnapScan 1212u blue

And I have 8 others computers.

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Who remember Gigabyte i-RAM ? 😀

 

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PC #1 : Gigabyte B150M-HD3 DDR3 | i7-7700 | 16GB DDR3L 1600 | Zotac GeForce GT610 PCIe 1x | LSI SAS 3081E-R | 240GB NVMe PCIe PNY CS2030 | HDDs 41.5TB total | Quantum LTO5 HH SAS drive | Seasonic Focus Plus 650 Gold | Cooler Master Stacker STC-T01 | DELL 27" LED 2560x1440 (plugged DVI port)
PC #2 : Gigabyte MW70-3S0 | 2x E5-2667 v3 | 32GB DDR4 ECC Reg 2133 | Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Gaming OC 8G | 6x 120GB SSD SATA RAID0 | Seasonic Prime Ultra 850 Titanium | Lian Li PC-A77 | DELL 27" LED 2560x1440 (plugged DP port)
PC #3 : Mini PC Zotac 4K | Celeron N3150 | 4GB DDR3L 1600 | 32GB eMMC M.2 | 40GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2 | Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro USB | Samsung Blu-ray writer USB | Genius SP-HF1800A | TV Panasonic TX-40DX600E UltraHD
PC #4 : ASUS P2B-F | PIII 500MHz | 512MB SDR 100 | Leadtek WinFast GeForce 256 SDR 32MB | 2x Guillemot Maxi Gamer 3D² 8MB in SLI | Creative Sound Blaster AWE64 ISA | 80GB HDD UATA | Fortron/Source FSP235-60GI | Zalman R1 | DELL 15" LCD 1024x768

Laptop : Lenovo ThinkPad T61p | T9500 | 4GB DDR2 667 | Quadro FX 570m | 120GB SSD OCZ Vertex 2 | 15.4" 1920x1200

PC tablet : Fujitsu Point 1600 | PMMX 166MHz | 160MB EDO | 20GB HDD UATA | external floppy drive | 10" LCD tactile 800x600 display | AGFA SnapScan 1212u blue

And I have 8 others computers.

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39 minutes ago, X-System said:

3ware Escalade 7500-8 RAID controller card 🙂

Those IDE cables would have been a nightmare.

 

>They made a 12 port variant

no thanks.


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8 minutes ago, DildorTheDecent said:

Those IDE cables would have been a nightmare.

 

>They made a 12 port variant

no thanks.

Rounded cables! (except those are not standard compliant and can cause poor signal)

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8 minutes ago, Genwyn said:

Thats where youre wrong, properly managed IDE cables are downright sexy, its just that nobody ever did it because most people only had 1-2 drives anyway.

They all fit into one even flow of cables, especially when coming off of cards like that where the ports are the same orientation on both ends so you dont need to cable fold.

The oldschool cheat was to use bobby pins to hold together 2-3 layers of IDE cable

Getting a build with more than two IDE cables to look nice is better than most sex, let's be honest here.

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18 minutes ago, flibberdipper said:

Getting a build with more than two IDE cables to look nice is better than most sex, let's be honest here.

Especially considering that a lot of cases back then didn't have room for cabel management...


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E03615F0-5F43-409F-8D6B-62581EE9649C.jpgThis is my Nvidia Geforce 8600 GTS made by XFX, this is the first old graphics card that i bought, and its the one that has started my liking to collect old GPU's, when i got it i looked like if it was left sitting outside for a good while(hence the discoloration of the plastic and the bit of rust on the screws), but that hasn't stopped it, when i went ahead to test it on my test bench it was shorting something out but after i cleaned it thoroughly it worked, to this day it runs like a champ, and its overclockable :D

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Not super old or retro, but I used to have a GeForce 9500 GT similar to this one 

(Wish I had taken pics before I got rid of it, this one isn’t mine)

 

 

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Main Rig: 

AMD Athlon II X4 650 at 3.1GHz [4 cores, 4 threads] 

Foxconn Alvorix RS-880-uATX

Radeon HD 4200 iGPU

2x4GB Generic 1600MHz DDR3

Seagate Firecuda 2TB 

Seagate Barracuda 1TB

Corsair CX500 (move along...)

HP Pavilion Case

Windows 10 Home, Pop! OS and Linux Mint 64-Bit

32 Inch Samsung TV 1366 by 768 60Hz

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Laptop #1

HP G56

Celeron 900 at 2.2GHz

Intel 4500MHD 

2x2GB Generic 800MHz DDR2

120GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD

Linux Mint 64-Bit 

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Consoles:

Nintendo Switch 32GB Red/Blue Joy-Cons HAC 001-01 (The revision with better battery life) 

Original PS4 500GB Matte Black (With 2TB WD Elements External Hard Drive) 

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Mobile Devices:

iPad Air 2 64GB Space Grey [running iPadOS 13.1]

iPhone 11 64GB (Product) Red [iOS 13.1]

 

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On 8/24/2019 at 6:36 AM, Bitter said:

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Working on packing up a box of stuff for someone. I don't think it'll all fit in one box. The FDD/Card reader is a weird one, but kind of cool.

Is that a xfx gt 7900 in the top pic?

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5 hours ago, Some guy on the forums said:

Is that a xfx gt 7900 in the top pic?

XFX 7600 GT. I happen to know because I currently am in possession of the parts.


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I got 2 brand new in box from 1985 (No, I didn't ask Doc & Marty to bring them to me) Atari ST Monitors !
SM124 (Monochrome)
SC1224 (Color)

Here's just one of them because I don't want to move them around too much xD 

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~New~  ThinkPi project !  ~New~


new build log : http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/533392-build-log-the-scrap-simulator-x/?p=7078757 (5 screen flight sim for 620$ CAD)LTT Web Challenge is back ! go here  :  http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/448184-ltt-web-challenge-3-v21/#entry601004 

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Oh man, sorry to bother you 150 peeps again, but I almost forgot about the GE6800XE from BioStar that I got last week.

New in box, sealed !
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The manual is entirely in what I guess is Mandarin. which I can't read for shit xD

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I also got a new HD7970 from gigabyte (not the OC model) but it was out of the bag. still tho, brand new (tho no photos, it's just a normal card as it was at launch)


~New~  ThinkPi project !  ~New~


new build log : http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/533392-build-log-the-scrap-simulator-x/?p=7078757 (5 screen flight sim for 620$ CAD)LTT Web Challenge is back ! go here  :  http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/448184-ltt-web-challenge-3-v21/#entry601004 

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