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  1. stinger608

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    Very awesome card JP!!!


    Now that is a pretty cool looking ram stick man.
    I added you to the original post as well man. :respect:
     
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    Wow, I've never seen ram with more than one PCB before. What's the reasoning behind the design?
     
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    Just to pack in more chips, I assume. It all physically fits, so why not?

    Edit: More memory. Eight sticks of 30-pin EDO DRAM on two riser/multipliers. No idea what size they are though.
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    6200LE with busted caps. FZ caps, should have know it. :shadedshu
    HD2600 XT. Someone harvested the HSF from it. Caps look fine so hopefully it still works.
     
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    Yeah, but low-density PC100 256MB sticks fit the same amount onto just a single PCB. Maybe these were made when chip density was not high enough to go the single PCB route?
     
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    Designed for Windows NT and Windows 95, you guys! Like, omg!
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    hopefully someone can help me remember a graphics card from my childhood days. it was an ATI card about ten years ago, when 256bit was a massive rage and dual core was expensive! the card was red with clear plastic casing the fan and a sticker. but on top was a copper like plate shaped on the pcb! not sure if it was pcie or what bit it was?! any ideas?
     
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    ATI Radeon x1950 PRO 512megs 256bits
     
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    That's immediately what i thought of, specifically this one:


    [​IMG]


    I still have mine.


    Could also be a card with the two-slot x1800/x1900 cooler, like this x1800xt:


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    I couldn't afford that one, its all coming back to me now lol I had a Sempron, a mobo that couldn't fit other heatsinks on and 1gb ram and could play serious sam at max and Americas Army! fuk I stole something, that woke me up lol

    it was the gecube x800 gto
     
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    10 Years ago would have put you some where in the Radeon 9xxx range. The only ones that where 256 bit where the 9700 and 9800 series. Cards running 256 bit after them would have been the x800 series and that came in late 04' to early 05' with pci-e versions coming out late 04' to late middle 05'. The X1xxx 256 bit series came out between late 05' to early 07'.
     
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    Oh shit you don't know what your talking about! :laugh::laugh::laugh:

    Just kidding brother. :laugh:

    I was going to say the 9700 or 9800 cards myself.
     
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    I just had a bsod!! straight after IE telling me I stolen pics haha strange??! heres a pic;

    yea 04 I was 15 lol! rocking a Sempron and the X case haha

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    I know I just make some shit up that sounds good from time to time. :roll:

    I was thinking on the lines of an X800 :toast: This agp version came to mind

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    ten years time ill be like I had this system, called crossfire, and we didn't have touch screen 3d visor green ray H.D nano tech haha

    edit: why aren't graphics cards colourful anymore?? I think this may have caused the recessions lol
     
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    There used to be some really colorful stuff back in the day. From gpus to mobos' and even wild cpu coolers. Hell like was said before, some of the stuff I have looks like someone threw up a pack of skittles on it.
     
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    hahahahahaha brilliant! im going to use that next time a girl is wearing tooo much make up!!!
     
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    :laugh: I knew that about you bro. :laugh:
     
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    We're having issues at work, so I'm going to take some time off and dig around for something to post here.

    Best I can come up with is a Dual P3 HP NetServer LPr that's currently crunching for TPU's WCG competition (and providing some device monitoring for work too). Semi-vintage in action!


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    Dual Pentium 3 Coppermine 800MHz (SL3XR)
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    ~220 PPD makes this not as horribly inefficient as I would have thought. Uses about 130 watts at the wall.
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    Edit: BONUS! An instructive guide I made for a friend on dual-booting.
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    My Dell Dimension E520 with a stock Intel Xeon X3210 2.13GHz quad takes about 130w at the wall and gets ~2000 PPD. Even that is old compared to say an overclocked i7-3770K that gets 7-8K PPD in the same power footprint. It's amazing how far processors have come along over the last 12 years. With the PPD numbers you gave for your server, you'd probably need nearly 32 of them (or roughly 4 Kilowatts) lol. :laugh:
     
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