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Dabombinable

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About Dabombinable

  • Title
    That other noob

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  • Location
    Some where on the other side of nowhere
  • Gender
    Not Telling

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X570 UD
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix DDR4 3200 16GB kit x2 (second kit RGB version)
  • GPU
    Inno3D x2 GTX 1070 rev 2.0
  • Case
    Aerocool Xpredator Evil Black Edition
  • Storage
    Adata SX8200 Pro 512GB (NVME), Crucial P1 1TB, 4TB RAID 0 array (Seagate Baracuda ST2000DM001+ST2000DM006), Seagate ST4000VN008 4TB, Liteon 22x DVD iHAS124 F, Dell 8x BD B DH8B2SH
  • PSU
    Antec EAG650
  • Display(s)
    LG 24EN43 1080p 60Hz, ViewSonic VA1938w-LED
  • Cooling
    Wraith Prism RBG
  • Keyboard
    DragonWar Atomoz GK-007
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Asus Xonar DGX (never use the GX mode when playing Fallout New Vegas)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
  • Laptop
    Galaxy TabPro S, Asus Transformer Infinity TF700 32GB (Katkiss 39/Android 7.1.2)
  • Phone
    LG K41S

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  1. @Jumper118 Plz, we need more Socket A: Windows Me is more stable with the same drivers than Windows 98SE (also has the same performance). Plus it displays everything correctly.
  2. The days of Macs being actually pretty good at playing games.
  3. I've got 2 of MSI's diagnostic brackets in my Ebay watchlist, and the cheapest of the 2 in my cart. I was given an offer of 20% off. However the first one costs just under 9GBP+4GBP postage, while the second costs just under 14GBP alone in postage...and they are both from close areas within the UK.

    Yeah, not going to take the offer.

  4. I've gotten wifi working on my Socket A/Windows ME machine. Windows 98SE is a bit of a PITA on it compared to Socket 370. Me has been far more stable.

  5. My sister is getting a laptop with an R5 4350U regardless. Going from an i5 2350M (laptop) and Core M3-6y30 (tablet) it is a gigantic leap forward. The laptop barely runs Minecraft, and the tablet can't even manage that. Plus the tablet nearly always sits at 100% doing anything.
  6. The old Durons are packaged exactly the same as my old Ti 486 DX4-100. About the same size as well. Don't know if it works as I don't have a working VGA card, and my 386 board only takes 486 DX2-66 in the co-pro socket.
  7. I've gotten my uncle's old (Morgan) Duron 1000 home. I luckily have an example of how to unlock it with the Athlon 1800+. Practising will be done on the Sempron 2800+ first as I want it on a 400Mhz FSB. Look bottom left of the Athlon, next to "L1". And the reduction in die size going from .18 micron to .13 micron...with 4x the L2 cache...
  8. Windows 98SE needs it if you have more than 512MB installed. I use the limiter with my dual boot retro rigs. With newer OS it is a good way to test how software will perform with different amounts of RAM, without needing to open the case and pull sticks out.
  9. It can still do that, as can my early 2000's SiS 305. Not even OEM would want to go for a GPU that can't decode.
  10. Unfortunately the GT 1030 doesn't have a hardware encoder (NVENC). It can only decode videos.
  11. On another note, Windows Me with the same drivers and software that was being used under 98SE has had 0 problems. 98SE however was having troubles with the icon cache needing to be constantly deleted due to the generic USB flash drive driver. Doesn't happen with my S370 and Slot1 desktops however so maybe USB 2.0 is where it's breaking.

  12. Both of my diskette for Duke Nukum SW and full seem to have finally died. Finding it funny as all my older games are still just fine on theirs.

  13. Apple moved from PowerPC to Intel and it survived. Apple's market share is actually extremely small compared to other manufacturers. Despite their insane amount of money.
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