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Getting some cool VGAs tomorrow. Don't know for sure what's in the box, but I'm pretty sure I saw some 8800GTs in there.
 
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Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2 X 16GB) DDR4 DRAM 3466 (PC4-27700) C16 for Intel 100 Series - Red PC M
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I got an 8600gt card somewhere that card serve me well for so long. Will dig up some nostalgia stuff later as clean the room.
 
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Storage Crucial Mx100 256GB & Sandisk SSD Plus 480GB
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I started cleaning a bit. I have my found my mp3s it serve me so well in my younger school days. I remember how that time mp3 was such a craze. Many of my friends just go listen to music with their Nokia or Sony Ericsson, I don't have a phone then and the flash memory card in phones are expensive.

I was creative fan then. The zen neon mp3 the smaller one is not mine. My one is the bigger one the zen vision m, this thing is over 10 years old. Poor thing have so age on it. Sad to say this person typing also have aged too and not in the way I wanted like my hearing is not as sharp. I take a listen to the mp3 and it does not sound as detail when I first hear it, :( I probably lost my higher frequency hearing from ageing. I took care of my ears the best I could already.

The zen vision m was so expensive. During that time I always wanted it, I was comparing with other creative mp3 player, their players look very good! Thinking hard I decide I wanted the capacity and the video playback! Back in mid 2000s video playback on a mobile device is very advance stuff! I remember showing my friend when I played a video on the zen vision, he was amazed as it looked so HD. It is dvd compressed quality resolution at 720x640. Impressive stuff running on just an arm processor on this mp3 player clock at 60MHz! I was super impressed by the shear sharpness of the video. I finally bought this after waiting long and found the creative Headquarters selling it. Went to queue for it in the morning to buy it. In my place during that time creative used to have a sale at their HQ.

The first time I got it, it was very shiny. It feels so good in the hand and I like the plastic smell lol. I keep smelling it xD. I wish I can store the new plastic smell. I don't know how to say it Creative mp3 have its distinctive plastic smell. My heart was filled with joy holding this crazy amount of capacity in my hand a whopping 30GB! Flash cards at that time maxed out around 1GB for the highest end. I had the most advance mp3 player among my friends, they used mobile phones with just 512MB of space haha. I was still using payphones lol with a wallet filled with coins and a phone card. I load all my music into the mp3.

I am charging it now, it works, though the body plastic is peeling like crazy. The forward button don't work so well. Gonna charge it until full and clean it with alcohol and then start listening to my old songs again. Mp3 players was a big fascination of mine then.


I feel sad reliving this nostalgia typing this now...feel time past so fast and I wish I aged slowly.



 
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Power Supply 300W, ATX
Mouse Genius SlimStar 110, PS/2
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Software Windows 98 2nd Edition, Windows XP Home (SP1)
With all due respect to later GF6, 7 & 8 series, they sure don't make 'em any better than this! :) Top of the line GF4 model, as fast & powerful as you can get! What more can a geek ask for?! :peace:

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Don't know if I have already mentioned this before, but 4800 went into a P4 build running @ 2000MHz (S478), which would be my most powerful retro build so far. Yes, I do have Core2 Duo & Quad builds, but I just don't see them as "retro"... Maybe in 5 years from now :) Anyhow, 4800 successfully replaced its older low-end counterpart, MX440 :D

I didn't even have to install the new drivers, as the leftover ForceWare installation (from MX440) automatically recognized & adapted itself to 4800Ti...



As soon as I had 4800 up & running, I've tried several games including heavily modified Vice City. It all works perfectly fine, except Vice sometimes lags due to the increased traffic & (only) 512mb of RAM :p



NFS Underground is totally maxed out, as you can probably tell from the pics down below. And yes, it runs perfectly as you'd expect from 4800Ti!



Just like Half-Life 2, I wouldn't be surprised if 4800 could handle even higher settings! I'll have to give it a try at some point :) FPS is around average I guess, 30-35 at most & without any noticeable lags.



Overall, quite interesting card! Never had this one back in a day, but it would definitely kick nVidia FX series from back in day... Used to have FX5600 in 2003, 2004 and I can safely say that it was one of the most unreliable cards I've ever had :eek:
 
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Got a whole bunch of old stuff. Currently building up a k6 super socket 7 system.
specs:
Amd k6-2+ 500mhz
256mb pc100 sdram(64 x2, 1x 128)
Gigabyte GA-5AX(rev 5.2)
Gigabyte 9200SE 128mb
3com 10/100 Ethernet
Creative Sound blaster 16
20Gb Seagate u6
Windows 2000 pro sp4
300w psu





 
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Video Card(s) nVidia GeForce4 Titanium 4200, 2x 3dfx Voodoo2 1000 12Mb
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Got a whole bunch of old stuff. Currently building up a k6 super socket 7 system.
specs:
Amd k6-2+ 500mhz
256mb pc100 sdram(64 x2, 1x 128)
Gigabyte GA-5AX(rev 5.2)
Gigabyte 9200SE 128mb
3com 10/100 Ethernet
Creative Sound blaster 16
20Gb Seagate u6
Windows 2000 pro sp4
300w psu





Awesome stuff! :) Very nice & tidy cable management, too! :toast: Usually I would recommend 3dfx card, but seeing you already have Radeon 9200SE, I'd say this one is all ready to be used as gaming rig! (even though your 500MHz CPU will most likely bottleneck the GPU)
 
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Awesome stuff! :) Very nice & tidy cable management, too! :toast: Usually I would recommend 3dfx card, but seeing you already have Radeon 9200SE, I'd say this one is all ready to be used as gaming rig! (even though your 500MHz CPU will most likely bottleneck the GPU)
Thanks!
Yep, have a similar card in a P3 system and that's easily twice as fast in games like quake 3. Would like a nice geforce 2 for this pc though even if its still going to be bottlenecked:laugh:

Have two of these boards and k6 2s ranging from 266 to 533Mhz....and then this k6-2+:rockout:
 
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Thanks!
Yep, have a similar card in a P3 system and that's easily twice as fast in games like quake 3. Would like a nice geforce 2 for this pc though even if its still going to be bottlenecked:laugh:

Have two of these boards and k6 2s ranging from 266 to 533Mhz....and then this k6-2+:rockout:
Yes, people seem to think that I have weird taste for video cards (yeah, riiiight lol :D), when it comes to building older gaming rigs, but in fact I'm always trying to pair up the equal performance, to take the advantage of both GPU(s) and CPU. Which is why I always paired Pentiums (P1) with Voodoo1 and/or S3 & Matrox cards, Pentiums 2 with Voodoo2 and ATI Rage (IIC, 128), nVidia GeForce2 and similar. Pentium 3 is always paired up with Voodoo3, GeForce4, Riva TNT2 and similar, you get the point. Of course, I had few exceptions every once in a while, just to make things more interesting, but otherwise I followed the previously-established pattern which turned out to be most successful :)

And no, I don't think GF2 will be much of a problem with P3... In fact, I'd say GF2 is a perfect match!
 
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also upgraded my slot 1 system a bit. previously had a 500Mhz p3 now a 750Mhz coppermine on asus slot 1 to s370 converter



 
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Audio Device(s) Diamond Monster MX300, Creative WaveBlaster II
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also upgraded my slot 1 system a bit. previously had a 500Mhz p3 now a 750Mhz coppermine on asus slot 1 to s370 converter



P3B-F? Not a fan of "Slocket" adapters, as you can easily go with S370 nowdays, for pretty much the same price as Slot-1 but overall nice system you got there ;) What's the GPU?
 
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P3B-F? Not a fan of "Slocket" adapters, as you can easily go with S370 nowdays, for pretty much the same price as Slot-1 but overall nice system you got there ;) What's the GPU?
Gigabyte bx2000. Gpu is gigabyte ati 9250:laugh: have e few 9200 series cards, work well for older systems
 
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Video Card(s) nVidia GeForce4 Titanium 4200, 2x 3dfx Voodoo2 1000 12Mb
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Gigabyte bx2000. Gpu is gigabyte ati 9250:laugh: have e few 9200 series cards, work well for older systems
Aaaah, sorry :p My mistake, I misunderstood the Asus Slocket for Asus mobo...
 
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I got factory OC'd 7100GS. Seriously its clock speed was 400 MHz. We bought this card (2006) when i was 4. I was playing Spongebob games with that card. My old systems specs:

Pentium 4 641 LGA 775
Palit NVidia Geforce 7100GS Factory OC* 256MB DDR2 + Xigmatek CLF Series 80MM Blue LED Fan
Foxconn P4M9007MB-8KRS2H (this Mobo is now dead.)
2.5GB (2GB+512MB) DDR2 RAM (2gb stick works, 512mb doesnt.)
Samsung HD80HJ 80GB HDD (Still works!)
HEC 350AR-TZ 350W PSU (I destroyed this PSU)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit

Here's TF2 test video!
Here's GPU-z screen!
View attachment 59351
Here's My old thread about OCing my 7100 GS.
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/how-can-i-o-c-my-gpu.205643/
 
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Video Card(s) Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 8GB OC 1342/2000 (Core/Mem) BIOS Modded
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Benchmark Scores it sucks even less much now ;)
Got a whole bunch of old stuff. Currently building up a k6 super socket 7 system.
specs:
Amd k6-2+ 500mhz
256mb pc100 sdram(64 x2, 1x 128)
Gigabyte GA-5AX(rev 5.2)
Gigabyte 9200SE 128mb
3com 10/100 Ethernet
Creative Sound blaster 16
20Gb Seagate u6
Windows 2000 pro sp4
300w psu





I used to have the same cpu and mobo you'll find it quite easy to oc it to K6 2 550 speeds
 
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Memory 4x4Gb Corsair Vengeance DDR3 2133 9-11-10-30-1T 1.5v
Video Card(s) MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G
Storage 1x256GB Samsung 830, 2x250GB Samsung 840 EVO, 4x500gb Seagate in RAID 10
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Got a whole bunch of old stuff. Currently building up a k6 super socket 7 system.
specs:
Amd k6-2+ 500mhz
256mb pc100 sdram(64 x2, 1x 128)
Gigabyte GA-5AX(rev 5.2)
Gigabyte 9200SE 128mb
3com 10/100 Ethernet
Creative Sound blaster 16
20Gb Seagate u6
Windows 2000 pro sp4
300w psu

How well does that super socket 7 board handle AGP? Had a few SS7 motherboards over the years and none had a proper implementation of AGP (stuck at 1.0x, theoretically 2.0x supported, but never worked) I had an FIC VA-503+ until recently which was supposed to be the top dog but I couldn't get it to run stable. In the end I chucked it.

my hacked VX PRO system still works, but thinking about switching to an early k7 setup I was given recently. So at least then I have USB functionality and something that'll run AGP, so I'm not limited to dodgy PCI cards or voodoo2s

Or maybe just ditching everything? I seem to spend more time tinkering than actually using it to play any old games. :D

My old rigs are way back on page #40 if anyone wants to take a look linky
 
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Benchmark Scores 64CU Fury: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11269229 / X850XT PE http://www.3dmark.com/3dm05/5532432
can u do some 3dmark01SE runs with it within HD3850? :)

I did a run and got a disappoint score of almost 28k (3850 stock clocks) SL7CH @ 17*217MHz 1:1 (sub 35s super pi 1M) On the other hand I will easily break 30k on 3DM2003 (3850 stock)... I may post some screen shot and some pics of the rig later on. I am waiting for a set of PC4000 ballistix tracer, hopefully will get a better oc on the cpu!
 

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Just Acquired a sapphire hd 3650 512m/b AGP from fleabay
in rig for testing at moment ( it works thank god )
will take it out later and post pics here
Could not find a hd 4670 1 gig AGP which is what i wanted but they are hard to find and not cheap
 
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Had a few GPU's come my way:
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Cooling Corsair H115i /Alphacool Eisberg /magnesium/Aluminum heatsink/copper heatpipe + graphite plate
Memory 4x4gb HyperX Predator 2800 CL14/2gb DDR2 800/2gb/2gb LPDDR3/4gb LPPDDR4X
Video Card(s) MSI GTX 1070 ARMOR 8gb OC/Asus 8800 Ultra/GK20A/Mali 450MP5/Adreno 540 710mhz
Storage 120gb OCZ VertexIII,60gb Patriot Blaze,1tb/8gb SSHD,2xToshiba 1tb/none/16gb+64gb/32gb/64gb+128gb
Display(s) Medion X58222 32"5ms OC 75hz 2880x1620/Philips 273E3LHSB 27"1ms 1920x1080/8"1920x1200/5.3"2560x1440
Case Cougar Panzer Max/none/well... /None/mono-bloc aluminum 6000
Audio Device(s) Creative Recon3Di+Logitec Z333/SB Audigy 2 Platinum/Odroid HiFi Shield+/Nokia OZO spatial 360°
Power Supply Seasonic M12II Evo 750 /Enermax Coolergiant 480/5v 2A/RavPower 9-12V 2A
Mouse Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum/Minix Neo A2 Lite/touch
Keyboard Medion Erazer X81699/Minix Neo A2 Lite/touch
Software Win10 64/none/Android 5.1.1 Zombiepop/Lakka 2.1 or Volumio 2.344/Android 8.1.0
Benchmark Scores bench...mark? i do leave mark on bench sometime, to remember which one is the most comfortable. :o
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System Name Xtreme PC's AMDx8
Processor AMD FX8320 @ 4.0GHz NB/HT @ 2.6GHz
Motherboard Asus Crosshair V Formula
Cooling ThermoLab Baram 2x 120mm Gentle Typhoons 1850rpm
Memory 8GB (2x4GB) Mushkin Blackline DDR3 2400MHz 11/13/13/34/1T 1.65V
Video Card(s) Sapphire Nitro+ RX580 8GB OC 1342/2000 (Core/Mem) BIOS Modded
Storage 2x Kingston V300 120GB SSD's Raid0: 1x Sandisk 128GB SSD 1xWD 2TB red, 1xWD 1TB black 1xWD 2TB nas
Display(s) ViewSonic VX2457 75Hz FreeSync 1920x1080p
Case SilverStone Raven RV02B-W + 3x SS AP181 + USB3.0 upgrade
Audio Device(s) Creative SB X-Fi Xtreme PCIe + Pioneer VSX-D457 amp Technics Speaker set
Power Supply SilverStone ST75F-P Modular 750W
Mouse Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
Keyboard Logitech G105
Software Windows 10 X64 PRO (build 1607)
Benchmark Scores it sucks even less much now ;)
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System Name Main System | Core 2 Quad
Processor AMD A10-7850K @3.7GHz | Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 @3.55GHz
Motherboard Asus A88XM-A AMD A88X | Asus P5K SE Intel P35 + ICH9
Cooling Cooler Master Hyper 103 | Cooler Master Hyper T4
Memory Gskill RpjawsX 4*4GB 1600MHz CL9 | Kingston 2*1 + 2*2GB 888MHz CL5
Video Card(s) Asus R7 260X 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5 Dual Fan | Sapphire HD 4850 512MB 256-Bit GDDR3 Reference
Storage WD Blue 1TB + Samsung 840 Evo 120GB | Samsung 320GB + WD Green 640GB
Display(s) Philips 224E5QSB/01 1080p DVI&VGA | Asus VB171D 1280x1024 VGA
Case Old Case Unbranded | An Asus Vento Case
Power Supply Corsair VS 450 | Corsair VS 450
Mouse Logitech G300S | Lenovo OEM
Keyboard Razer BlackWidow Chroma | Logitech Internet Pro PS/2
Software Windows 8.1 SL 64-Bit | Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit
What are these slots? Sorry I know nothing about nostalgic hardware but i want to learn!
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System Name PHaS3XIV
Processor AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.95GHz
Motherboard MSI X370 Gaming Plus
Cooling Corsair H105 (AM4 Retention yay!)
Memory 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2400 C14 @ 2933 C16
Video Card(s) Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB Nitro+ Special Edition @ 1485 / 2175
Storage Many = 12TB + Crucial MX200 SSD
Display(s) Dell P2417H + Samsung 5 Series 32" LED FHD TV
Case Fractal Design Define R4
Audio Device(s) Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D PCIe
Power Supply Corsair RM750
Mouse Logitech G500S
Keyboard Razer Blackwidow Ultimate
Software Windows 10 Pro x64
Benchmark Scores @_@
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System Name Main System | Core 2 Quad
Processor AMD A10-7850K @3.7GHz | Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 @3.55GHz
Motherboard Asus A88XM-A AMD A88X | Asus P5K SE Intel P35 + ICH9
Cooling Cooler Master Hyper 103 | Cooler Master Hyper T4
Memory Gskill RpjawsX 4*4GB 1600MHz CL9 | Kingston 2*1 + 2*2GB 888MHz CL5
Video Card(s) Asus R7 260X 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5 Dual Fan | Sapphire HD 4850 512MB 256-Bit GDDR3 Reference
Storage WD Blue 1TB + Samsung 840 Evo 120GB | Samsung 320GB + WD Green 640GB
Display(s) Philips 224E5QSB/01 1080p DVI&VGA | Asus VB171D 1280x1024 VGA
Case Old Case Unbranded | An Asus Vento Case
Power Supply Corsair VS 450 | Corsair VS 450
Mouse Logitech G300S | Lenovo OEM
Keyboard Razer BlackWidow Chroma | Logitech Internet Pro PS/2
Software Windows 8.1 SL 64-Bit | Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit
Thanks a lot. Wikipedia also thinks like you.
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