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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by xLDKx NewYorker, Aug 29, 2014.

  1. xLDKx NewYorker

    xLDKx NewYorker

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    I've got a Q71YES Pentium 4 HT 3.6GHz , pretty stable, have about 2gB DDR 400. Will post pics later
    Friend found it and gave it to me.
    Also upgrading the GPU on this rig any suggestions? AGP 8x
     
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    Iirc 4670 or 3850 were last cards to be produced for agp 8x
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    It's an LGA-775, thanks though. Although I do have a pile of Pentium 4's... literally... And aren't those the cards that can play Crysis on low?
    Edit* this is gonna be my 2006'ish rig
     
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    Q6600 ES I had

    Pentium MMX (166mhz) ES I have in a box iirc
     

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    16 thread Xeon

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    bro OEM those go for almost 2k how how did you get this?
     
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    I know how much it costs LOL
     
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    Any opinions on a Geforce 6800 for $20? Seem's like P4/GF bottleneck would be minimal...
    Also you are welcome for such a high quality pic... Soak it in wo/men
    And yes that's a small heatsink from a Piii
     

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    I ran a Sapphire Radeon x1950 Pro 512 on a Athlon XP-M 2500+ ocd to 3200+ Spec
     
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    My faithful Xeon E5649 ES. It had a stable 4GHz overclock (43%) that I ran for 18 months before it died in late 2013. I assume the 1.35V VTT was too much; the A0 Westmere chips were always sensitive to high VTT.

    I still have it. I might make it into a keychain some day; I'm just concerned about the sharp corners ripping holes in my pocket.

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    I drill holes in the corners and use them as christmas ornaments. just an idea I have a few,
     
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    A picture of that would make a great cover for a stereotypical nerdy Christmas card.
     
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