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Re: NexGen Nx586-P90

Are you running the PF110 CPU? My system has the PF110, so I was concerned that perhaps the higher FSB might cause issues with 1024K vs. 256K using the same memory timings. This is an issue I've witnessed on socket 3 boards. Isn't the cache on a separate bus? Or is that still dependant on the FSB?

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

Don't quite understand what you mean here? 2K was out there before XP, running as the workstation OS, while ME was the home computer offering at that time. They "merged" into XP which was the first home-consumer Windows based on the NT kernel. And I don't quite understand what you don't quite …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

For nostalgia, XP had an absurdly long relevance. One could daily drive it from the start of elementary school all the way up to bachelor's degree. Those are very influential years in everyone's lives. It's also a transitional OS from the clunky Win9x to the modern experience which includes a lot …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

My PowerVR PCX2 based machine. Coppermine 1GHz, 815 chipset, 256mb of RAM, Pioneer Slot-in DVD reader (had an hard time fitting it since it's much longer than the stock optical reader), 160GB WD HDD on a Silicon Image SATA controller (to be replaced with a CF card on IDE). Running WinME (hated for …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

My PowerVR PCX2 based machine. Coppermine 1GHz, 815 chipset, 256mb of RAM, Pioneer Slot-in DVD reader (had an hard time fitting it since it's much longer than the stock optical reader), 160GB WD HDD on a Silicon Image SATA controller (to be replaced with a CF card on IDE). Running WinME (hated for …

Re: HP z800 ( WinXP Beast )

4 modules per CPU is not optimal and will hurt the performance, you should be filled 3 modules per CPU for single channel mode (slower) or 6 per CPU to get dual channel mode working correctly. Cheers, Wouldn't that be 3 or 6 per cpu to get tripple channel mode? Or I wonder if these specifications …

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