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2 hours ago, Energycore said:

Hmm. I'll have to double check the actual amount, because the only thing I remember years ago was looking at the VRAM and saying hey that's insanely low. Back then good GPUs already had 512-1GB

Maybe the VGA Museum may be of help:
http://www.vgamuseum.info/index.php/component/k2/item/273-nvidia-geforce-6200tc

Looking at the Leadtek card (16MB), your card is/was probably 32MB.

On another note, some cards also only had a 32bit BUS, less than my VANTA. Which again, is also rather sad. Your card probably had the 64bit bus though since it had the 2x chips.


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On 3/2/2019 at 10:40 PM, Genwyn said:

This is pretty much the last I'll post of this then, here's some shots of what never was and what could've been.

I've gotta ask, what RAM is that?!?


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My rig:

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 3.4Ghz, OC'ed to 4.0Ghz all core @ 1.350ghz 

+Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120 AIO

MB: Gigabyte B450 I Aorus Pro WiFi

RAM: G.Skill TridentZ 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200Mhz 16-18-18-38 XMP enabled

GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1660 ti GAMING X 6G 6GB

CASE: Fractal DesignFocus G ATX Case w/ Window, White

PWR: Thermaltake SMART 600W

DISPLAY: 3x 20" AOC 1080p 60hz 4ms

 

Storage:

C : 240GB Kingston A400 (Windows+Programs)

D : 240GB Kingston V300 (Games)

: Seagate Barracuda ES 750GB 7200RPM (Game overflow storage)

F : Seagate Barracuda ES 750GB 7200RPM (Library Folders [Photos, Videos, Documents, Downloads etc])

 

Cooling-

NZXT Sentry Mix 2

4x Rosewill RFA-120-K 74.5 CFM 120mm (front/top)

2x Cooler Master MasterLiquid Stock 120mm fans (front+back of AIO)

 

Input- 

KB: Logitech G15 1st Gen

MO:Logitech G602 Wireless

CO: Steam Controller

HE: Sennheiser HD 4.40

SP. Logitech Z213

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46 minutes ago, Chronified said:

I've gotta ask, what RAM is that?!?

corsair xms pro series 400mhz led ddr1

 


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Also, you guys had AGP and PCIe 6200's? Mine is PCI.


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3 minutes ago, quakeguy said:

I have a Geforce 4 MX420 64 MB AGP video card in my Pentium II 450 Mhz PC.

 

My MX 420 as well is PCI, specifically the purple PNY one.

I wonder why there even were agp or pcie variants of some of these low end cards, i dont think the performance difference wouldve been that big.


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My old flash disk USB 128MB, I use it for to transfert the datas between a modern PC and an old PC Pentium MMX with USB. It's better than a floppy disk :D

 

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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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3 hours ago, X-System said:

My old flash disk USB 128MB, I use it for to transfert the datas between a modern PC and an old PC Pentium MMX with USB. It's better than a floppy disk :D

 

 

Wow...back when a good flash drive was measured in MB, not GB...


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My Xeon collection

 

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For the information, Xeon Paxville 2.8 GHz was the first dual core Xeon 🙂 I bought them from a member forum for my collection (same for Pentium III Xeon, found on a website)

 

And my first Xeon rig was Xeon Prestonia LV 1.6 and I overclocked it at 2.61 GHz 😀 and I changed the CPUs to Xeon Irwindale LV 3 GHz (sold with ASUS NCCH-DL + 2GB DDR400 to a member forum)

 

And I changed my Xeon s604 rig to Xeon 5150 with Tyan workstation motherboard (I bought Xeon LV 5133 first but no supported) and I changed the CPUs to Xeon X5355 (sold with Tyan + 8GB FDIMM + HD 6870 + Win7 Pro x64 to my friend)

 

And I changed my Xeon LGA771 rig to Xeon E5-2630L v3 with Gigabyte workstation motherboard (support 3-way SLI full x16/x16/x16) and I changed the CPUs to Xeon E5-2667 v3 (today)

 

🙂


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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On 8/31/2019 at 4:40 AM, Genwyn said:

Also, you guys had AGP and PCIe 6200's? Mine is PCI.

Yeah, my GeForce 6200 is also PCI.

 

My GeForce 4 MX420 is AGP, though.

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On 8/28/2019 at 3:06 PM, SukaroBlue said:

And finally the most interesting old part I own a passively cooled  8600GTS? from Asus. 

I also have some old consoles too like a Dreamcast and N64 but I felt like those didn't really fit this thread.

Dreamcast, N64, and other consoles absolutely can go in this thread. We'd love to see pics of them.

 

I love passive cards. They were meant to be cooled without a fan, so slapping a fan on them or putting them on the bottom slot right above the power supply makes for some seriously good thermals.


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I have a passive winfast 8500gt

im out rn so here's a google picture 

 

its a pretty neat card, can handle a decent OC if you have a side panel fan on it 

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23 hours ago, Schnoz said:

Dreamcast, N64, and other consoles absolutely can go in this thread. We'd love to see pics of them.

I still have my first console, Yeno Super Cassette Vision, it was for my Christmas 1985 or 1986 🙂 And it still works 😀

 

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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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30 minutes ago, quakeguy said:

Ask and you shall receive:

 

Holy crud that's a LOT of consoles!!

 

Also: What's that topless AMD heatsink on the thing for? Is that like a converter or something?

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1 hour ago, quakeguy said:

Yep.  I like to have video game consoles for exclusive games, there's a bunch.  I also own games for all of those systems.

I bought a SCART to HDMI converter to get a better video signal out of my OG Super Nintendo and Playstation 2.  I was using it one day and the signal went black on me.  I felt the top of it and it was very hot.  I opened it and put copper heatsinks on the chips, but it was still hot to the touch, so I added an AM3 heatsink to it.

 

 

Do you have pics of the insides? Just curious.


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1 hour ago, quakeguy said:

I don't unfortunately. I watched a YouTube video where a guy performed a similar heatsink mod to his scart converter.  I can take pics if you really want me to. 

 

Nah, it's fine. Now that I see what the insides look like, it's surprising that a chip in that package gets so warm. The external enclosure also acts as a heatsink and touches the chip directly, right?


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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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