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  1. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Coppermine core! Surely you can OC it a bit?
     
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    Not on this board, I tried and did not make it. :(
     
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    Guess what guys?


    I found a 256MB PC133 SDRAM module in the box what I got from my friend, and the P3-866 also works! Now I need to find my Win2000 or XP cd :)
    Also put my #2 rig working, will put pics on both machines tomorrow :toast:
     
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    Nice ad from the past, found in the depths of the Internet. 8499.00$ :D
     
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    My girlfriend gave me 2 old Dell computers, one has an old Nvidia GPU. I will post picks once I get back home and clean them up.
     
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    Apparently HP produced a workstation that used the Asus XG-DLS dual xeon board. Trying to find out exactly what machine this would have been. Only slot-2 based HP workstation I know of is the Kayak XU and that's a proprietary board.

    Older HP workstations are pretty neat in that some of them use rebadged retail boards. Example: the Kayak XM600 uses the Asus P3C-D board.

    Anyone have some info on these older machines? Seems there's very little online for some of these older HP machines.
     
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    These are PC4400 (DDR550) >

    GeIL 2x 512MB DDR550 01 800.jpg

    GeIL 2x 512MB DDR550 02 400.jpg

    Twinmos Twister PC4000 (DDR500) >

    Module 1&2, 2x 256MB, DDR500, 800b.jpg

    ADATA Vitesta PC4000 (DDR500) >

    Module 1&2, 2x 512MB DDR500 800b.jpg

    Module 3&4, 2x 512MB DDR500 800b.jpg

    Modul 01 rot 600b.jpg

    some OCZ >

    OCZ 1024MB 800.JPG

    OCZ 512MB PC4000 800.JPG

    Corsair PC3500 >

    Corsair 3500 800.jpg

    with lightshow ...

    Corsair 3500 lightshow 02.jpg

    As I mentioned before, the best results I got with the ADATA Vitesta with red pcb.
     
  8. GreiverBlade

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    backfire: german hum ... small wordplay involving one RAM brand ...

    "das ist geil!"
     
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    Backfire

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    hehe :D. I had to google where they come from. It stands for "Golden Emperor International Ltd." and the company is located in Taipeh/ Taiwan.

    I spent nearly the whole night photografing and working on the photos to sell some hardware at ebay.

    01 4890 1200 01.jpg

    02 4890 1200 02.jpg

    I hope i will get enough money to afford two 360 x 120 x 60 mm radiators and some sheet-metal for the "Thai-Chi" project.
     
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    Arima HDAMA-I ordered and paid expected delivery 3-4days well if we exclude the week end i should receive it by next Wednesday or Thursday

    14.95€ + 9.99€ std int shipping ... i have seen worse ... :D well as long as it doesn't exceed 62.50chf : no custom taxes :clap:

    woops i thought you already known it ... tho it make a funny wordplay for Swiss and German people

    no shit ...
    http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/591/Intel_Core_2_Duo_E6300_vs_Intel_Core_2_Duo_E6700.html
    not showing benchies ... but still ... if my DC7700P handle the 6700 that might be a good upgrade (if we can talk about upgrade in that ...) i found one for 12chf + 2chf delivery, still checking my financial status if i can take it (yep even 14chf is hard till the end of april)

    http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/390/Intel_Core_2_Duo_E6700_vs_Intel_Pentium_Dual-Core_E6700.html

    eh ... pentium DC 6700 are stronger than C2D 6700 i guess its from the higher clock

    too bad Pentium DC are harder to find than C2D :D

    ok logical pent DC are more recent : 2010 instead of 2006 and die shrink + less L2 cache higher frequencies and higher max temp ... tho i wonder why i cant find any of them

    not a bad thing i suspect that the board wouldn't handle it, even if its also a skt775/fsb1066
     
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    I am still running one of these in my sons pc..
     
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    I will see your intel and raise you an athlon.... :p

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    look at my sys specs ;):
    it is the only intel i have (6300 atm but soo the 6700 will take the place)
    Processor:

    Athlon X4 760K/Phenom X4 9600B B3/2x Opteron 250/C2DE6300/AthlonXP 1.7ghz(2000+)@ 2,25ghz (2800+)

    and that's for the running rigs ofc


    or look back in the thread for the rest :)

    also WOOHOO order update : Arima HDAMA-I marked as shipped

    yo dawg OC that 5450 need moar oomph to play a bluray (well not really but i wanted to play with and see how the 240w PSU will do)
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    I never really cared about where the company was located and what GEIL stands for. I had the slight idea they were an US-company.
    And the wordplay, come on, its only the first time funny ;).

    4x Geil.jpg

    :p
     
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    Guys we should probably start a thread of vintage parts for exchanging between each of us. But don't do like some adds here and not telling where you live :p
    Like me I have some 478, 754 and 775 cpu, DDR 266,333,400 DDR2 533, 667, 800ram ,some cards and other stuff and I'm from Canada.
     
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    Germany - AMD/ ATI/ 3dfx/ Abit/ Epox/ DFI/ TerraTec/ Creative SB AWE/ Matrox - socket 7, slot A, socket 462/A, some socket 939, a little socket 3.
     
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    My friend's GF 4 Ti4200 128MB DDR 128Bit. Still works, modded by me and my friend some years ago.
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  21. stinger608

    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    @grunt_408: Of course I added ya to the original post man. :respect: :respect: :respect:
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Trouble with that is we would have to follow the TPU guide lines and post in the "For Sale" forum.

    We started to do that in the World Community Grid forum and got that shut down right away.

    It would be tough to manage a for sale thread with multiple posters I would imagine. If the original poster was a moderator it would be a ton easier.
     
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    Guidelines are followed by moderators only when it's their advantage. We want to do something nice for others but if they cant take advantage of it then they going to shut us down.
     
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    Yesterday a parcel with 5 older graphic cards came in. Nothing really exciting. I just wanted the VLB- card for the 486er.

    miro Crystal 10SD 1200.JPG

    Trident TVGA8900CL, ISA 1200.JPG Trident TVGA9000B, ISA 1200.jpg Western Digital WD90C30-LR, 1200.JPG Cirrus Logic CL5420-V5 ISA 1200.jpg

    I saw the Canopus Voodoo-Graphics Card had a fan installed, and as the miro has the same pcb,
    I put a fan on a miro HISCORE 3D. Maybe it helps and the card lives a bit longer.

    miro HISCORE 3D 1200 03.jpg

    A thing I have to invent, Voodoo Graphics Quad SLI ... :p

    miro HISCORE Quad SLI.jpg
     
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    Damn those old ISA & PCI cards are cool! I also like the old ISA Sound Blaster's, SB64AWE Gold is my favourite. :)
     
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