Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by stinger608, Nov 14, 2009.
Awesome!!! Added you to the original post man.
Just seen this and wanted to post some pics... hehehe
Awesome collection guys!!
Nice collection of procs you got there Mindweaver.
Sad thing is.. That's not all of them..lol
Wow!!!!!!!!!! Awesome collection of nostalgic processors MW!!!
Added you to the original post my fellow cruncher!!!!!
I put these on sexy hardware closeup, but they feel more fitting here. Apple G3 PowerPC processor @ 233mhz with off die L2 cache. It was replaced some time ago with a G4.
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Hmm I may have to have a talk with you on percurring a couple of those for my collection.
Just imagine a Amd or intel chip like that with the off die cache, but removable chips so you can upgrade it. You can have 10 gigs of l2 cache. LOL
"Nice" collection Mindweaver
Very cool Aquinus! Added you to the original post man, and welcome to the ole nostalgic hardware club.
Solved the problem with the fan stuck at 100 %...
Now is silent ! YESS !
Yea them single slot 8800 fans at 100% are loud for sure. I'll bet your damn glad to have it quiet.
What resistance did you use?
The one from my Noctua NF 12 120mm fans, there was one blue one and black...
I cut the black. An average was silent and the other totally silent.
I mean what resistance is the resistor you added to drop the voltage?
I dunno mate... I'm not so expert, and i only know that is a resistor that reduces the power.
Take a look here :
Again sorry for poor quality.
And a bit from the main intent of the thread, but still felt it could go here.
My mom's current calculator, a TI 30 SLR. Not quite computer, but some of the way.
And probably the oldest game I have lying around. DOS repacks for windows.
Hoping for a good camera and some time one day, then I would have some more goodies.
Experiment a bit with lighting, then. Some extra light makes miracles happen. And don't use digital zoom, ever.
Check this bad boy out
Ooo yeaa. And How about this one? Asus A7V133. Enjoy!
That's not zoomed, that's how it looks. And I know the lighting is poor, but just don't feel like doing much with a camera like that. :S
Nice overclock on that mobile xp chip.
Nice duel combi 3 1/2" / 5 1/4" floppy drive
I just meant it as a general piece advice dude.
Very cool Pops!!! Man the Asus A7V133 was one of the very first Socket A boards that I purchased and overclocked on!!!
EDIT: Also Pops, I added ya to the original post bro!!
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