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Old January 26, 2010, 10:46 AM
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I should dig out my C64...
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Old January 26, 2010, 11:25 AM
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I should take a picture of my roommates current computer. 1.4 GHz P4 with 256MB of ram. dont know the GPU off the top of my head, but it is about as bad.
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Old January 27, 2010, 11:14 PM
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My 2nd water cooling attempt.

XP-M 2500+ @ 2750MHz
1GB OCZ VX @ 250MHz
DFI Ultra Infinity @ 250FSB
XFX 6800 Vanilla unlocked to 16 pipes



Thing was OC'ed balls-to-the-walls
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Old January 27, 2010, 11:28 PM
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Heh... already posted this quite a while ago, but it's worth putting up again..... Not a pic of the PC... instead it's the "bill" for one that I found while moving/cleaning up.



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Old January 28, 2010, 02:03 AM
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The last config of the Mac that served as my primary desktop system followed by my Mac from early 2005 and then a low end Mac from 1994.(yes, I know I was using ancient hardware until early 2008 <_< >_> )
I cannot find any decent pictures of the two boards I had between the top two. But not much changed really so it is no big deal. I also have no pictures of the system that was purchased in Jan 2001.

Click thumbnail = make big.

PowerMac G4 Digital Audio motherboard
1GHz PowerPC 7455 256k L2, 2MB L3
1GB PC133 168pin SDRAM
64MB DDR Radeon 7000 & 16MB Rage 128 Pro(I was running dual displays for a while)
250GB Seagate 7200.10 & 80GB Western Digital Caviar
Pioneer DVR-112D & 52x Creative CD-ROM
Antec Neopower 650 blue



PowerMac G3 Blue&White motherboard
300Mhz PowerPC 750 1MB L2
512MB(?) PC100 168pin SDRAM
64MB DDR Radeon 7000
120GB Samsung SP1213N
Toshiba SD-R13 & Matsushita CR-589-B
Generic cheap shitty random PSU



Macintosh LC 575
33MHz Motorola 68LC040
36MB (4MB onboard & 32MB 72pin SIMM)
160MB 50pin SCSI HDD (I tossed a bigger one in for a few years but it got swapped back out eventually)
2x Apple CD 300 Plus
1.4MB Floppy drive

You cannot really see it in this pic but it is super dusty and spider-webby. >_>

Pops right out. :)

Sony Trinitron! (in a low end model even :P )

Accessing the front bays. Yes, that floppy drive has it's data and power along the same cable and it is also less pins than a regular PC floppy cable.
Optical drive is SCSI just like the HDD.
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Old January 28, 2010, 06:39 AM
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This is how wiring used to be done, second system I owned, you should have seen it with the SCSI drives and raid controller...


It's replacement, same case but...
P4 2.8B
Ti4800SE
Aopen AX4SPE-N
2x512MB


My first real attempt at making things look decent




Project Cheapskate, a bunch-o-crap cobbled to together in a nice package


Project Darkside (orig. Ashen Phantom), my first AMD build, never finished painting the case. This is the same case as the first pic, stripped, clipped, bondo'd, modded, machined and primed.


Second AMD build, back to the Antec case.


My first HTPC project, sold it to buy my Q6600, there's no ram in it because the fricken AM2's were so damn picky about ram when they first came out...


And on to the TTShark that I've used for successive builds since, still a 3200+ with SLi'd 6800GS's at this point. Any other pics would be the same with different mobo's and video cards.
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Old January 28, 2010, 08:23 AM
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I will have to find something to compete with that!

I wonder how long it would take to run Pi-32M...

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Everex system 1800A
4 Mhz Intel 80286 proc with an 80287 NPU
Suntac chipset
1 Mb ram
4 mb HDD

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I will have to find something to compete with that!

I wonder how long it would take to run Pi-32M...
look at the screen it's still compute it since the day it was build
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Old January 28, 2010, 03:42 PM
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That looks like it was stolen from my computer lab back when I was in highschool, but I think they were 8086's.
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That looks like it was stolen from my computer lab back when I was in highschool, but I think they were 8086's.
You very lucky to have PC at High School
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