- Jun 14, 2021
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Thanks for that i did look it up before on CPU world and other sites like that. I was chating to Lex in conversation on here he said that the HP one was the beter one.But he just got back to me ,saying i would get a better experance with ine if these Dell Dimensions 4500 4700 i can,t see any in the UK anyway.I should have a good enouh experaince with the HP i should think,Besides i don,t really want one of thouse big heavy old PC,s
Thats me Lex something simple Plug and play I have just sent the seller a message looking at his other PC,s he says *Tested working*all he says about this one isThat one will work! The Athlon 1800+ was an excellent CPU. An Athlon64 based system would be better though and should be in the same price range.
Yeah, that is a crap ton of custom config and patching stuff there and a lot of it is super janky. Not something for the average RetroPC user. Props for getting it working! However, most people are not going to have the BIOS options to make for a compatible operating environment as most OEM systems don't have many of those options.
Someone who just wants something to Plug&Play is just going to want to stick in the Windows ME CD, boot up, install and away they go.. For that, an AGP based system is the best option and the only option with Official driver support for the chipsets and CPUs.
*In good condition ,considering the age*
i have eyes i can see what condition it is in. I want to know if it is working how it should be, thats what i have asked him As it is a big seller rather than someone selling it for them selves proberly blown it with that email to them.Isee that when i click used on the item on eBay it says USED
*The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. * in that case i will put in a bid as it is not a personal seller i want get much off. I will be luckey to get a fiver off it.