Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
I got bored so I decided to take a pic of the beast
you missed a bit when you cleaned your desk
Now I see it too :c thanks for ruining the sexiness of the picture, now all I see is a SD card reader and dust
That's OK the card is still sexy the dust is just the first thing I saw when I looked at the pic don't ask me why I noticed it I just did (and no I'm no clean freak either)
Love shooting tech.
Heres one more, should have used tripod, i will next time.
Here's one of the few pictures that I'm happy with. Excuse the dust, the system is still caseless.
Nice d.o.f in your picture^, i like the way the pathway in space runs from the foreground to the background/focal point.
The dust adds "ambience" to the mood! lol. Keep them rolling please if you will!
I get that after 2 weeks here.
By the sea.
this is after lapping with my dremel and 320grit. 320grit is lowest available in my country
this is after applying paste properly
well almost. i fixed the scratches later, but didnt take a picture.
It looks cool the blue anodised on the asus motherboard.
This is a very very old card. Upon taking these pictures I discovered the chips were made in my own country!
Card measures a huge 267mm (10.51 inches) in length...that's longer than my 6870's.
I remember that I had one of those with 2x 4MB 32pin simms in the simm slots to they cost me $125 each
SoundBlaster AWE32? I had one of them about 15 years ago (second time I said that this week)...
To be completely honest with you, I have no idea what it is. I managed to acquire two really old machines about 4 years ago just because I like gathering old components. Surprisingly they all work, but everything is disassembled.
Funny thing is I was only around 3 years old when this came out, so I have no idea about it.
Hows the size of it, old tech is fascinating in its own way.
Good post!!! I used to collect old radios off of hard rubbish and use the tube amp in them for guitar practice amplifier, id disconnect the radio and solder on a jack input and use my own speaker.
I wonder if that sound card still works, that card may have cost a small fortune in its day!!
Love seeing pictures.
Last time I had it in its system it worked! Almost all the components of both systems function well...it was really surprising. I will get some shots of the other stuff, I reckon I have other big cards from the same system...probably network. But at 10.5 inches...hard to beat.
Quick pic i took while working with my m-ITX board
Love how there's no focus on the VGA, it's usually where everyone focuses...it also took me some time to notice it's there!
Mini itx? ^^^= unreal, It looks powerful, well kitted out.
Radeon 4350 "brand new" but old.
Some closeups in here:
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That temp strip is so cool.
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