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Re: Tell us about your 3DFX collection

- 2x Voodoo1 (one is a Diamond Monster 3D of a fairly early revision, the other does not work) - 6x Voodoo2 (four Diamond Monster 3D II, two STB Blackmagic, all 12MB) - 3x Voodoo3 (two are the 3000 model, one of which has S-Video output, the other is a 3500 TV with a generic adapter, all AGP) - 2x …

Re: 1999 Dream PC project

I just so happen to have a K7M motherboard myself, the very same one that I've had for 20 years. Mine in particular is revision 1.04, which doesn't have a VRM heatsink and was acquired in 2000 with some other hardware, like this Antec case I can't find the model for. Inside the case is a QA stamp …

Re: VGA Capture Thread

I recently got an AV.io HD to replace my Game Broadcaster HD, and so far I'm loving it. I can confirm that it supports a wide variety of video modes, including those you'd commonly expect in DOS programs. 320x200 VGA, EGA, CGA, the AwardBIOS POST screens, and even interlaced refresh rates coming …

Re: Dual CPU system

If you're into creating various sorts of media on old hardware, 3ds MAX and Photoshop are great examples of programs which can take advantage of dual CPU workstations. Not everything in these programs may be multithreaded, with encoders bundled with Windows or the programs themselves being …

Re: Welcome to the updated VOGONS

in Milliways
The functional improvements are very much welcomed, but the design is quite an eyesore, even with the "Old Skool" color scheme. Every page still loads as fast for me as the old design did, so it's not as bad as a routine YouTube interface update (and that's saying something when I have a 55 down/10 …

Re: Dos Menus

The smallest and fastest menu-system I have and probably will use on my A2286 is called "hard-disk-manager" and I found it on my neighbors 8088xt laptop which he had purchased in the us and brought it back to germany. I've got the same program, along with an earlier menu program that I found on …

Re: WfW 3.11 - how this guy did that?

I took a quick look at the SETRES.EXE program, and there doesn't seem to be a refresh rate selector, though I don't think refresh rate and color/resolution settings are connected. I don't have too much experience with Windows 3.1x, so I can't give a solid answer as to how to set the refresh rate …

Re: WfW 3.11 - how this guy did that?

It may be trying to use interlacing to achieve a feasible refresh rate, which your LCD probably can't handle. I have several video cards from 1995 and earlier which have a tendency to use interlacing by default at 1024x768 or higher. Any conventional 15" or 17" CRT should work with that, but the …

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