Discussion in 'TechPowerUp Club Forum' started by stinger608, Nov 14, 2009.
je parle pas de la traduction mais de la consonance.
bon stop ca vas pas dans le cadre du thread
In fact the mod enables 8 pipelines, since X800GT has 8, and XT(PE) has 16
Connect3D at least had those X800GTO's
Speak English please. Even my English sucks but I still write in English. I think that no one would undestand if I would post in Finnish.
kyllä todellakin siksi sanoin se ei kuulu lanka mutta ei hätää, kaksi virkaa french olivat hyödyttömiä
next hunt ... finally getting a Willamette ... if lucky ... every time someone outbid me
and i missed this on Ricardo.ch ... nobody until 2 minutes before the end ... 20$ ~ then MADNESS STRIKE CRITICAL and price up to 650
nah the X800GT R420 has 8/6/8/8 and the R480 14/6/14/14 (i meant flash a R420 to a R480 X800GT not fully enabling a XT PE )
Hahah that google translate Finnish
Do you have a S423 mobo? Hope u get that, those are sweet even they are slow as shit
well .... no ... i need a S423 mobo to add a CPU to my CPU collection ? (and yes they are sweet as room heater and Intel's shame P4 1st shot bwahahaha)
and yep ... google raw translation is ... approximate ahahah (albeit i translated English to Finnish and then Finnish to French to check and in french it has totally the meaning i wanted to give ... weird )
or i could ...
"D：はい、確かフランス私はそれがスレッドの一部ではないと述べた理由、それはですが、2つのポストは無用だった、心配しないでください" (i learn Japanese but only in Romaji)
and this end the useless blabber : pics and nostalgia that's what it is all about!
lol let's put Korean the next time.. x)
I have missed the whole 423 era but doesn't Abit have decent (OC) mobo's?
English is not the only language around. Learning some new language will make you more able and more intelligent.
Don't make me throw arabic in the equation
erhm.. to stay on topic "somewhat" i recently acquired a couple of slim PS 2's that were just laying around in an acquaintance's house probably for a decade
لماذا لا؟ (sorry i cant put it right to left )
PS2 you say?
nothing beats that one in my heart, following pics innards (no screw at all and i played with the console like that )the thermal pad are still fresh like new (QIII Arena was on the level of the PC graphic at the time.. truly a dream(cast)machine)
The system's processor is a Hitachi SH-4 32-bit RISC at 200 MHz with an on-die 128-bit vector graphics engine (woops ... indeed the SH-4 had a Vector 128bit engine ... mixup ), 360 MIPS and 1.4 GFLOPS (single precision), using the vector graphics engine. The graphics hardware is a PowerVR2 CLX2 chipset, capable of 7.0 million polygons/second peak performance and trilinear filtering. Graphics hardware effects include gouraud shading, z-buffering, spatial anti-aliasing, per-pixel translucency sorting (also known as order independent translucency) and bump mapping. The system supports approximately 16.78 million colors (24-bit) color output and displays interlaced or progressive scan video at 640 × 480 video resolution.
For sound, the system features a Yamaha AICA Sound Processor with a 32-Bit ARM7 RISC CPU operating at 45 MHz, 64 channel PCM/ADPCM sampler (4:1 compression), XG MIDI support and 128 step DSP.
The Dreamcast has 16 MB 64-bit 100 MHz main RAM, 8 MB 4 × 16-bit 100 MHz video RAM, 2 MB system ROM, 128 KB flash memory and 2 MB 16-bit 66 MHz sound RAM.[footnotes 1] The hardware supports VQ texture compression at either asymptotically 2 bpp or even 1 bpp. The VRAM, RAM and ROM (amongst other areas) and all mapped in to a single address space accessible by the CPU.
The system reads media using a 12x maximum speed (Constant Angular Velocity) Yamaha or Samsung, in later hardware revisions, GD-ROM Drive.(thanks wiki... in my bookmark 1st place!)
(the 128bit was the Vector graphic engine) so the CPU really had a 128bit capable part as Sega marketed it )
also ... i still have Quake 1 and Resident Evil + Exhumed for it
as you wish
D : 네 실제로 프랑스어 내가 스레드의 일부가 말했다, 그 이유의하지만 두 게시물 쓸모했다, 걱정하지 마세요
anndd you missed nothing (but Abit has some good mobo indeed, but the WP4 being prone to heat like mad... you need a good WC to OC )
why not ,i can't either- apparently the site's format doesn't allow/can't
speaking of consoles there are a few i wish we had including the dreamcast, ooooh which reminds me we have one that looks exactly like the original Atari 2600 don't know if it still works or not because i'll have to dig it out of storage somewhere in the house
I got two s478 P4 Willamettes lying about, one @1.5GHZ and @1.7GHz. You may have them for the price of shipping (fees will be like €5 - €15 depending on how exactly I will ship it, in a box or bubble-wrap enveloppe): http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/chevalr1cs-for-sale-trade-thread-eu-only.161792/
PM me if interested, I know you are not exactly in the EU but for you I will deal with customs if you want the CPUs.
in fact we can ... rahhh stupid me
that remember me i saw one of this on Ebay but the Heretic put a Intel setup from 2001-2002 with win XP in it ... and ask a indecent price for it just because of the O² case ...
i would prefer a original O² or a Octane2
swiss custom : no taxes till a price of 62.50chf (items+shipping) so no biggies ... but atm im kinda in a dead end for 2 more weeks
i keep you updated
edit i forgot i seek the 1st serie S423 your's unfortunately are S478 but nice of you for the idea
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_4/TYPE-Desktop Pentium 4 Willamette.html
Oh, wrong socket.
And I know that given the current value of the CPUs, customs would only mean filling in a form. I just mentioned it because, well, I don know why I bothered typing that... I can be silly at times.
All languages put together here makes me think of big companies that hire foreign customer service. Like Dell Canada when you call for french the customer service is in Morocco. Really another level of french. Hehehe
Still have the Atari 2600 at home like brand new in original box with all manuals also with all remote controllers they made and nearly 60 games.
Nah man, I can speak only Finnish (my native cos I'm a Finn) and English
Well I would like to learn Russian and Korean for example
My (non-techie) wife went through the closet and found an AM2+ board (Asus M4A79 Deluxe), Phenom II 940 BE, 4GB of Patriot DDR2 1066 Ram, MSI 4850 OC, Generic 550w PSU, CM690II Advanced, etc., and decided she was going to build her a rig, without any assistance from me. I had to help with the stock CPU Cooler mount, but otherwise, she did it all herself. I thought I would share with the old PC loving hardware guys (and girls) how proud I am of her effort to try and get into my hobby.
as a Lifeguard in a high altitude thermal station (lots of tourists ) i speak only English French German... i understand Italian and speak it a little bit, same for Spanish and i'm learning Japanese phonetic (Romaji) by myself. i never took any language lessons except the obligatory German in school, Russian well i know only the phonetical ... "Nasdrovia" "da" "niet" Dasvidania" "spasiba" and the most important "Vodka"
nice idea... AM2 and AM2+ are still going strong for any kind of task even more with a Phenom II, and indeed a good reason to be proud of what she did.
Not sure if guys here will fap to your girl or to the rig.
Italien, Spanish, French all come from the Latin. So for a native french speakers theses languages are quite easy to understand.
Definitely her, not that rig, but here's my rig for those that need a good tech fap.
Just going to use it to play WOW and Minecraft. Lol But I'm very proud of her for getting it all hooked up right the first time, on her first try ever building.
i know that,
yet English is the easiest for me.. i don't know why ...
litlle work yet i am happy with the end result
ARGH a Silverstone AIO MEH WANT!
It's actually a Phanteks Case (If that's what you're referring to, but the cooler is a Silverstone). Here's the specs:
» CPU: AMD FX9370 8-core (4.95Ghz @ 1.512v)
» Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth 990FX (FSB 220Mhz, HT 2640Mhz, NB 2420Mhz)
» RAM: 8GB G-Skill Sniper (2060Mhz 9/10/9/28 @ 1.55v)
» VGA: 2 MSI TwinFrozr II 6870s Crossfire (1000Mhz Core/1100Mhz Memory)
» PSU: Corsair TX850
» HDD: 1 x Crucial M500 240GB SSD (System Drive); 2 x WD Caviar Black 1TB (Data Drive/Games Drive); 1 x WD Caviar Green 2TB (Media Drive); 1 x 500GB WD Caviar Blue (Data Drive Backup); 1 x 640GB WD External (System Drive Backup)
» Chassis: Phanteks Enthoos Series Primo Aluminum
» CPU Cooling: Silverstone Tundra TD02 Liquid Cooler w/ 4 Corsair SP120 High Static Pressure 120mm Fans in Push/Pull on NZXT Sentry Mesh Controller
» Case Cooling: 9 x Phanteks PH-F140SP 140mm Fans w/ Black Wire Grills on Chassis PWM Control
Is that a 2600xt in that pic? If it is, I had one and that was a nice little card in its day.
Edit: Nevermind, 3650...I see it.
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