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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    Leadtek WinFast A250LE • GeForce4 Ti4200 Pentium II 400MHz
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    haha still have to try, but looking at it gives me the idea that I would probably break my wrists using it :D the cool thing here is that it's from like 1996, and brand new ;)
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    received few more things :) Microsoft Natural Keyboard and IntelliMouse (both brand new) I'm preparing a few builds with proper retro case to pair with them :) And then received some "usual" hardware XFX 7300GS 512M DDR2 Radeon 9500 Pro HIS HD 4850 IceQ 4 XFX 9500GT ASUS P4P800 SE +...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    took them from distrelec: https://www.distrelec.com/global/ ok ;)
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    ATi / 3dfx / PowerVR / Matrox: AGP/PCI NON-in-box and since the image is a little useless, here is the list 3dfx Voodoo 1996 PCI Diamond Monster 3D Voodoo 3dfx Voodoo 1996 PCI VooDoo Maxi Gamer EV-3DFX-4 3Dfx Voodoo Rush 1997 PCI 3Dfx...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    ooh I love ELSA cards, wish I have more than few but this 721 had some very bad time, did you got it like this or you ripped off all the original cooling? :cry: it should look like this
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    well it's a last resort to make the card work again, better than leave it broken I guess. then yes, even if it fixes the issue it's not guarantee to last forever... have a few Radeon that aren't able to keep stock memory freq. but they don't have issues in 2D, so not sure that lowering the...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    have you already tried to put it in the oven for 10min at 190C? I fixed one with this method :eek: :respect:
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    thought I'd show my dual-slot "modern" (2006+) collection part :) + various boxes or full-in-box cards There is few more from ATi stored in another location (have few more cards here and there which I left out)
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    yes! :D $70 :) I'm looking for one too, but they are still a bit too expansive, maybe because they are still seen as "not-so-old" and usable. Also the thing that they are "Founders Edition" cards is keeping the value a bit higher, I think
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    wow 30% it's not bad at all! is this the limit? because looks like this GPU could do even 1200+ :eek: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/club-3d-hd-7850-royal-queen/31.html https://www.techpowerup.com/review/powercolor-hd-7850-pcs-plus/31.html Received yesterday these two little beasts...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    GeForce 7xx0 is the latest nVidia card serie that had AGP ;) ( https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/?generation=GeForce+7+AGP&sort=generation )
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    yes, luckily it works ;) although is missing a screw from the heatsink cover for some reason... also have this one, brand new :)
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    Finally found a "time slot" to test it :) The good news is that the card can easily do X850 XT Platinum (540/590) frequencies, which is not bad! The meeh thing is that the 1.6ns GDDR3 RAM were barely able to keep the nominal frequency of 625MHz, so I settled to 621 for the benchmarks. I also...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    Thanks ;) nice little MX440, love the matt black PCB!
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    I have 7-8 of them, but I guess it still counts for one :D Nice overclock btw, no way for 133x5? This is a semi-passive cooling solution, relying on case FAN(s) to have some recycle, usually used in workstation and yes, some slot1 locking mechanism are crazy stupid to work on and encourage...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    Thanks Uhm yes, they are not very common these days
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    Hi Falks! My project regarding the GeForce 6800LE and the Radeon X800SE is online :) link: https://framebuffer.io ( https://framebuffer.io/project/project-6800le-x800se ) It's not a full review/comparison but more an explorative project to see how much hidden potential the cards have and how...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    thanks! it's the usual trusty A6000 to be honest I had not much memories about this model, at the time I had the X800Pro-VIVO @XT and I was not expecting such frequencies from the SE well, having seen that they are 2ns I hoped that the RAM would have been able to keep at least the nominal...
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    look at this little beast :eek: (Radeon X800 SE) managed to clock it from 425/400 to 555/555 (limit is around +10MHz for both) +30% is really impressive in my opinion, definitely deserved to get a better heat sink! (RAM chip's don't have any at the moment)
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    Core2 Duo E7500, a little closer than usual :)
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    TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

    TNT2 family :)
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    Your Core i9-10850K/10900K settings?

    well actually that makes sense what do you use to test stability unclewebb?
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