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Finally got around to playing with my old CPUs. This is a screen grab from a video I'm working on. 180nm and 150nm goodness!

 

Internet points to whoever can guess what these are. Hint: each is from a different CPU manufacturer :D

 

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3 hours ago, ONOTech said:

Finally got around to playing with my old CPUs. This is a screen grab from a video I'm working on. 180nm and 150nm goodness!

 

Internet points to whoever can guess what these are. Hint: each is from a different CPU manufacturer :D

 

 

Intel P-III, AMD Thunderbird or Duron and a Cyrix. Might be a PPC from Motorola / IBM :D

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10 minutes ago, Mattias Edeslatt said:

Intel P-III, AMD Thunderbird or Duron and a Cyrix. Might be a PPC from Motorola / IBM :D

Ding ding ding! Bonus points if you can guess the Thunderbird model. ;) 

 

Just a side note - the Cyrx is the C3 based on the Samuel 2 core. It was fun to play with, butttt much slower than the other two processors.

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On 11/13/2017 at 9:33 AM, Dizzyhat said:

I call it PCMart

 

 

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I know this particular post is old, but HOLY CRAP DOES THAT LOOK AWESOME!!!

 

That is also a very nice dual 775 board.


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13 hours ago, jonrosalia said:

look what I found cleaning up I forgot I had this from my old diablo pc OG DDR with amazing speed of 600 MHz lol

DDR600?! THATS THE FASTEST RAM EVER!!! lol


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4 minutes ago, LOOK OVER HERE said:

DDR600?! THATS THE FASTEST RAM EVER!!! lol

What about DDR2-667?

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Just now, tmcclelland455 said:

What about DDR2 1066?

DDR3 1333

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7 hours ago, tmcclelland455 said:

shit that's some light speed stuff right there

 

Better guard it with your life so NASA doesn't get it.

YEAH HORY SHET DDR 400th GENERATION IS FAST 100 TIMES AS FAST AS DDR4

-Noobs all around the world

 

On 12/26/2017 at 2:24 PM, Normand_Nadon said:

Here is an Old Compaq Desktop Pro-station

It is a Pentium III 450+ with 64Mb of SDRAM and a 6.4Gb Hard drive.

This particular model was equipped with an ATI Rage 3D GPU with 8Mb of DDR(1) RAM

It was used in a business environment in an insurance company in the late 90s and donated to an employee during the "CPU speed war" on the early 2000s...

 

I is a shitty PC by today's standards but I can't seem to find a way to let it go :P

I was kind of sad when I finally recycled my Intel 386 and 486DX a couple of years ago and this is the oldest rig I have now (I think).

Notice the 90 degrees Motherboard setup with the proprietary slot.

 

If someone is into old machines and would like to make it run, I could donate it.

YES I NEED THAT

I know this post is old but if it is still available YES YES YES YES YES 


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3 minutes ago, Tr3vor said:

Guess I'll dump my setup in here again

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Since last time I've upgraded that tower on the left with a voodoo card, so fun stuff.

nice PCAT , love the setup as a whole 

have its modern(ish) counterpart that i scored at the office , a 2001 IBM netvista image.thumb.png.b747acad7359ad904591fccfc822bbc5.png
 


RyzenAir : AMD R5 1600 | AsRock AB350M Pro4 | 24gb KVR DDR4 2666 | GTX 1060 | Fractal Design Node 804
RyzenITX : Ryzen 3 2200G | GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI | 12gb DDR4 2993 | Vega 8 | MS-Tech CI-58 | Pico PSU 150

 

PSU Tier list

 

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1 minute ago, LOOK OVER HERE said:

LMAO which game is that

Looks to be Crash Bandicoot. Circa early 2000s, dramatized

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I finally got around to seeing what the random 3.5mm jack was that had a music note and an arrow pointing away from it on the back of my Presario 2286, and it turns out that it's a line out... So since some games get bitchy that I have two sound cards, I swapped out the SoundBlaster 128 for a Netgear FA312, seeing as how I've been wanting the ability to connect to my file server for some time (up to this point all my transfers have been done via floppy or USB 1.1). Now all that's left on the checklist is getting a fast PCI video card at some point.

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Wait I thought Ivy bridge chipsets didn't have USB 1.1. That's your main pc right?


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