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Re: Most compatible early 00's AGP cards for a Windows 98 build with a picky motherboard

A GeForce 3 Ti200 can be had pretty cheap in OEM form with passive cooling and is a good match for a high-end PIII. Search for the dell part number: 04n857. It’s a late 2001 card and will be a bit faster than the 9200 SE with its 64-bit memory interface. A Ti 4200 is faster than the Ti 200 and can …

Re: Most powerful ATI / Geforce GPUs possible for a Win 98SE Tualatin gaming build - socket 370, AGP 2x/4x

I’ll second that a GF4 MX440 is a decent choice for a Win 98 Tualatin build No it isn't and never was. I can get an Fx5900, Ti4200 and 9600 Pro Radeon / 9800 for decent prices. FX5900. I only suggested it because OP already has the MX 440 and said the intent is to play games like SC 3000 and AoE II …

Re: Most powerful ATI / Geforce GPUs possible for a Win 98SE Tualatin gaming build - socket 370, AGP 2x/4x

I’ll second that a GF4 MX440 is a decent choice for a Win 98 Tualatin build, as long as it’s the 128-bit memory interface version. There are gimped 64-bit OEM versions that are slow. A Ti 4200 is even better, and can be found pretty easily for $25 if you know what to look for. Even if you don’t use …

Re: Collecting rants

I'm dealing with that right now with an eBay seller who just never sent the computer I paid for and hasn't responded to any correspondence. I'm hoping eBay can force him to refund me if he refuses to do it himself. If you open a case there’s a 99.9% chance eBay will side with you and you’ll get a …

Re: Pentium M Build Log

Are you using the Asus CT-479 adapter to get that pentium m in that board? I occasionally search ebay for that part but I've never seen one come up, I'd love to buy one. EDIT - Upon closer inspection I do see CT-479 on the fan sticker. Were you lucky enough to find one on ebay? I passed up a few …

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