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What can I use a Pentium III for?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by jellyrole, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. jellyrole

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    you could use it to fold or crunch for team TPU
     
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    doorstops. donate them to charity. recycle them.
     
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    what in them
     
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    judging from the links, pentium 3's... at best
     
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    yes, p3's
     
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    blade type or socket type
     
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    i got a blade type as for a paper weight it still work
     

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    blade
     
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    sorry if im using this thread for my own purposes :D .... i have a similar question for you guys .. i have a pentium MMX processor with me ... all pins intact and i hope it still works ... what use can put it to ... i mean... can i sell it for a good price ??? ... because its rare an all :laugh: ...

    [​IMG]
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    No.
     
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    I do hear that some peep's put them on a chain and hang'em round the neck :D
     
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    lol ... :roll:
     
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    Google what a blade is, this is not it. It's called slot 1. As for the performance of these things, it's quite a waste of energy. It will probably cause cancer instead of cure it by requiring extra power plants to be built.
     
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    I would go for Crisis :D. For those of you who are lafing it has been done at this forum by u2konline :D.
     
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    You could turn it into a PFSense firewall :p
     
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    +1 on that idea :D
     
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    Throw a few PCI Sata controllers in there and create a network attached file server.
     
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    yeah, and don't forget to purchase PCI HD 2400 pro, for maximum gameplay,:rockout:
     
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    beat me to it this is my vote would be perfect for a NAS drive and have it fold on the side i mean why not its there and all
     
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    A keychain
     
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