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  1. GreiverBlade

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    next time read the rest after the 1st answer :D and : wow did you waited all that long thinking over the answer,since the post is from a while ago, because you sure took your time :) ;) (just joking don't worry ;) )

    edit i completely forgot to post pics of the ACER 5735Z i salvaged from the dump ... better late than never ahah
    cpu-z.jpg cpu-z T7250.jpg IMG_20140115_212745.jpg IMG_20140115_212945.jpg IMG_20140115_212957.jpg IMG_20140115_213004.jpg

    aahhh i also use Irfanview it is pretty much a classic standard in fact :)
     
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    i use paper too, but sometimes i place coin under the object to make it looks better.
    it looks you have alot of oldies hardware
     
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    This soundsystem is nice, too. Fits good for a socket A or P4- system.

    Hercules Game Theater XP 1200.jpg
     
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    reminds me of old VIA soundcard, still works but theres no way to find the driver
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Hello kids, today we are talking about the color "blue". Look, the sky is blue! The water is blue, too. Cookie monster is blue. The AsRock board is blue ...

    Asrock K7 upgrade - 600 1200.jpg
     
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    Mr.Dio..........I mean Backfire, I have a few ISA's floating around here. No where near as nice as yours but they all still work.

    MediaVision Jazz-16
    Oak Technology Mozart-16
    SRS sound/modem combo
    Media Vision Jazz-16.JPG Oak Technology Mozart-16.JPG SRS sound cardmodem.JPG
     
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    Nice ones Mr. Scott!

    The Postman brought me this today >

    01 ThermalTake Tower 112 Box 1200.jpg 02 ThermalTake Tower 112 1200.jpg 03 ThermalTake Tower 112 Boden 1200.jpg

    Complete and in very good condition for 4.50€.
     
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    no comment

    Blue System 1200.jpg
     
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    That Asrock upgrade mobo was cool, I remember when those hit the market. Too bad that almost nobody bought the upgrade cards, instead everybody just upgraded their motherboards. :D

    edit: At least those are damn hard to find as used ones here in Finland. :(
     
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    Damn I'm drunk as hell but I',m listening to Doom3 theme from youtube and I think should I begin to play it again.. Damn it was nice when I ran it first time smoothly, I had an Asus 6800LE @ 15/5 pipes & 380/950 clocks.. overclocked like mad <3


    edit: I simply need more coffee and cigarettes, don't want to be drunk anymore. :)
    edit2: Eating some delicious chicken seems to help too :)
     
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  13. HammerON

    HammerON The Watchful Moderator Staff Member

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    I built my first pc to be able to play DOOM 3. Asus motherboard (don't remember which one), AMD Athlon 64 3200+, ATI 9600XT (I wanted the 9800XT - too expensive though), 1GB of RAM, cheap PSU and case. I had a lot of fun playing DOOM 3 and Quake 4 on that pc:)
     
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    Tonight is the night... hardware night ;)

    Last working hardware from Giga$%^&, GF6200 256MB, Athlon XP 2600+ Barton, Athlon XP 2400+ Thoroughbred, Athlon XP 1700+ Palomino:
    [​IMG]

    Dual Pentium III 866MHz Coopermine with 512MB SDRam and GF6200:
    [​IMG]

    And... as I said before, I have aftermarket computer with Voodoo 3 2000. Sorry, I lied. I have 2 of them! :D
    [​IMG]

    Hard drive - 10GB, upgraded.
    [​IMG]

    And PC - NEC PowerMate VT. MSI MS6168 with integrated Voodoo 3 2000 8MB onboard, SoundBlaster 128 and Intel i440ZX chipset. Pentium III 550MHz, CD-ROM 4x, Fortron 145W
    Intel ZX chipset supports up to 256MB ram, I put here 384MB ram and It works. Fuck the system! :D
    [​IMG]
     
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    i played D3 and Q4 (and Eve Online xD) on my Athlon XP (Barton@2.25~) rig KT6V with a Geforce FX 5900 ultra and 1 gb RAM never had any lag or such (iirc i played it with all settings at max) :D

    you coul've afford the 9800XT (or not) if you took (or kept) a XP instead of the 64 (BTW winchester or Clawhammer?) who was a bit useless without 4gb and more RAM (Doom3, also, didn't had a 64bit exe right? ) but the 64 had SSE2 instr.
     
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    Clawhammer:)
     
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    MSI MS-6168
    Info about the MSI MS-6168 motherboard with onboard Voodoo3:

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    • Intel(R) 440ZX/Slot 1
    • 100MHz FSB: Support all Intel(R) Pentium(R) II/III/ CeleronTM processor up to 550MHz
    • Memory: 2 DIMM. Max. 256MB SDRAM
    • Video: 3Dfx Voodoo 3 2000 with 8/16MB SGRAM
    • Audio: Creative(R) 1373 (PCI)
    • I/O: 1 VGA, 1 Serial, 1 Printer, 2 USB ports, Floppy, IrDA, Game, Audio
    • BIOS: ACPI, DMI, PnP, Green, PC97/98
    • Slot: 3 PCI, 1 ISA
    • F. Factor: Micro-ATX
    • TOP Tech. II (Thermal Overheat Protection) Technology
    • System Hardware Monitor
    • PC Alert II Monitor Software
    • Suspend to DRAM

    i see what you did here ... tho i never found any information about a Nec Powermate VT with Voodoo3 2000 most of them have rage or a agp port, afaik except packard bell no one used them, and it was the MSI MS-6168 (A-Trend did also a V3 2000 onboard mobo)
    [​IMG]
    ok ...
    Rias ATC6254-3
    Info about the Rias ATC6254-3 motherboard with onboard Voodoo3:

    [​IMG]
    • Supports Intel Celeron (SEPP) or Pentium II/III Processor (Katmai)
    • Intel 440BX AGPset supports a 66MHz or 100MHz Front-Side Bus
    • Award PnP Flash BIOS
    • CPU Ratio Selection: 3.5x~8.0x
    • 4 DIMM sockets support up to 1GB RAM
    • Ultra DMA/33 controller supports 4 drives
    • Integrated 3D audio and Voodoo 3 2000 AGP with 16MB of SGRAM
    • ATX Form Factor 12" x 8.27"
    "
    The PowerMate ES 5200
    -0-
    Features and benefits of the NEC PowerMate ES Series include:

    -- Intel Celeron, Pentium II, or Pentium III processors with speeds
    up to 550MHz

    -- 440BX full-featured chipset on a highly integrated small
    form-factor "universal motherboard" offering Celeron through
    Pentium III support

    -- Open standards-based management software for simplified
    management (DMI 2.1 compliant) including Intel LANDesk(R) Client
    Manager 3.2, NEC's WebTelligent web based system manager, NEC
    SNMP Agent, McAfee(R) VirusScan(tm) , NEC Security (floppy,
    serial, parallel disable utility), and Cheyenne Backup

    -- Easy-to-maintain NLX form factor

    -- Integrated LAN, AGP graphics and 16-bit audio for fully featured,
    yet cost-effective, desktop solution

    -- Easily upgradeable form factors that allow investment protection
    to grow with business needs

    -- Built-to-order and configured-to-order systems

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
    -0-
    The PowerMate VT 300
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    Features of the NEC PowerMate VT 300 include:

    -- mATX micro-tower form factor to maximize space

    -- Choice of Intel Processors: Celeron 333, 366, 400, 433MHz,
    Pentium II 350, 400, and Pentium III 450, 500 and 550MHz

    -- 2X AGP graphics accelerator: 4MB ATI Rage IIC or 8MB ATI XPERT98
    or 16 MB Diamond Viper 550

    -- Fast memory (100MHz SDRAM)

    -- Fast Ultra DMA/33 EIDE hard drive support

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
    -0-
    The PowerMate 8100
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    Features and benefits of the NEC PowerMate ES Series include:

    -- Intel Celeron, Pentium II, or Pentium III processors with speeds
    up to 550MHz

    -- 440BX full-featured chipset on a highly integrated small
    form-factor "universal motherboard" offering Celeron through
    Pentium III support

    -- Open standards-based management software for simplified
    management (DMI 2.1 compliant) including Intel LANDesk(R) Client
    Manager 3.2, NEC's WebTelligent web based system manager, NEC
    SNMP Agent, McAfee(R) VirusScan(tm) , NEC Security (floppy,
    serial, parallel disable utility), and Cheyenne Backup

    -- Easy-to-maintain NLX form factor

    -- Integrated LAN, AGP graphics and 16-bit audio for fully featured,
    yet cost-effective, desktop solution

    -- Easily upgradeable form factors that allow investment protection
    to grow with business needs

    -- Built-to-order and configured-to-order systems

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
    -0-
    The PowerMate VT 300
    -0-
    Features of the NEC PowerMate VT 300 include:

    -- mATX micro-tower form factor to maximize space

    -- Choice of Intel Processors: Celeron 333, 366, 400, 433MHz,
    Pentium II 350, 400, and Pentium III 450, 500 and 550MHz

    -- 2X AGP graphics accelerator: 4MB ATI Rage IIC or 8MB ATI XPERT98
    or 16 MB Diamond Viper 550

    -- Fast memory (100MHz SDRAM)

    -- Fast Ultra DMA/33 EIDE hard drive support

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
    -0-
    The PowerMate 8100
     
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    @Backfire. Hey I also have the original Radeon 64ddr gpu. I still have the full retail package. I also have a full retailed boxed Rage Fury Pro and a Radeon 9500 Pro. I am going to resurrect my kt7a over the weekend. I too had it @ 2200 mhz. It is running a geforce fx5700 and 1.5 gb of mem. Just need to decide with sound board to put in it. I have a sb live, sb audigy , audigy 2, audigy 2 zs and a aureal sq2500 to choose from. And it will be an xp machine.
     
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    Audigy 2 have problems with drivers. My friend bought It, I had Audigy 0090 Gold and in my computer both cards worked perfectly, so I give him Audigy and him give me Audigy 2 ZS. Now both cards in both computers works normally.

    Drivers Audigy SupportPack by Daniel_K, Windows 7 x64.
     
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    ARGHbllll...if i did knew .... oh wait the seller doesn't accept Paypal and not sending outside Germany ...

    ok folks .... the HDAMA-I and the E6700 are almost here .... i can feel it ...

    also i have a Audigy 2 at home ... but the audio quality is beyond crappy ... but its not Creative's fault .... : Corroded jack plug .... i didn't took the "gold" one :roll:

    and nope its not too young i bought it for the Athlon XP rig originally so waaayyy enough old (for a 12yrs old chip :D ) ... or i could take out a Hercule Gamesurround Fortissimo II if i find her ... and more importantly the cable that goes with... that was my 1st real 5.1 audio card tho at the time i couldn't afford a 5.1 speaker set so i ended using two 2.0 speaker set xD i got the Hercule in 2001 (2years after mounting the A-XP rig and when i got feed up of the AC97 :roll:) and the Audigy 2 in 2003 when the price of it was a bit cheaper than at launch in 2002
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    tho i had the blue PCB one but the box was that one, i should have kept the box and the cable :D but i am pretty sure i still have the card somewhere.
     
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    Picked this stuff up from a guy in San Francisco.

    Shuttle HOT-409 motherboard:
    [​IMG]

    5.25" 360KB Floppy:
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    A Joystick for something, I was told Apple II.
    [​IMG]

    DTC Y2K BIOS Card:
    [​IMG]

    3 Adaptec AHA-1542CF SCSI cards:
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    and a Performa 6400/180 with a 300 MHz G3 Upgrade.
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    Wrapped in a plastic bag in case it leaks before I get it externally mounted. Last thing I want is another ruined motherboard from batteries.
    [​IMG]

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