- Jun 23, 2007
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|Processor||AMD 3900X \ AMD 7700X|
|Motherboard||ASRock AM4 X570 Pro 4 \ ASUS X670Xe TUF|
|Memory||Patriot 2x16GB PVS432G320C6K \ G.Skill Flare X5 F5-6000J3238F 2x16GB|
|Video Card(s)||eVga GTX1060 SSC \ XFX RX 6950XT RX-695XATBD9|
|Storage||Sammy 860, MX500, Sabrent Rocket 4 Sammy Evo 980 \ 1xSabrent Rocket 4+, Sammy 2x990 Pro|
|Display(s)||Samsung 1080P \ LG 43UN700|
|Case||Fractal Design Pop Air 2x140mm fans from Torrent \ Fractal Design Torrent 2 SilverStone FHP141x2|
|Audio Device(s)||Yamaha RX-V677 \ Yamaha CX-830+Yamaha MX-630 Infinity RS4000\Paradigm P Studio 20, Blue Yeti|
|Power Supply||Seasonic Prime TX-750 \ Corsair RM1000X Shift|
|Mouse||Steelseries Sensei wireless \ Steelseries Sensei wireless|
|Keyboard||Logitech K120 \ Wooting Two HE|
|Benchmark Scores||Meh benchmarks.|
My first real PC (after a hand-me-down i286 with 1.92MB, no not a typo, yes that's megabytes of memory) was a Pentium III Slot 1 system. That was back when you could overclock a Celeron from 300 to 800MHz simply by playing with the jumpers on the board. Sadly my P3 was only a Katmai not a Coppermine, but I still pushed that chip from 450MHz to 600MHz without touching anything except those jumpers. Never had any instability from it either, and that thing served well for literally years until I blew my long-saved paper route wages on an Athlon XP 2000+ system.
(Not-so-)Fun fact, the S3 integrated graphics on the AXP system were barely an upgrade over the discrete SiS 6326 4MB (again, not a typo) AGP card that came with the much older P3 system.
There's no NVMe SSD designed to use more than 4 lanes of PCIe...
Good time's upgradable video card ( 1/2meg a time ) and math processors, fun days and yes i remember. But slot 1 was different was like a addin card and Intel back then tried to block overclocking but people found out that covering a pin or 2 could get around it.