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Re: Fast PCI-X video cards?

Parhelia is 2002, but it wasn't a particularly fast card even then. PCI-X died off pretty immediately after PCI-e came out, at least on the graphics card front, so that might be pretty much up there with the fastest full-64-bit-width 66MHz PCI-X cards. Have you tested with the 3450 PCI? It's pretty …

Re: Fast PCI-X video cards?

It's very likely that the system PCI bus itself is the bandwidth bottleneck on that adapter and the amount less than full PCI bandwidth that it got was a result of overhead or other devices on the PCI bus. The bridge chip on that adapter supports 66MHz PCI. So, it could plausibly get double the …

Windows 7 on socket 7 (solved, see page 2)

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Hey what’s up, don’t over analyze the title too much. Lol and no this thread isn’t about “should I” it’s about “how can I” so let’s keep the replies on topic :-) Anyway, there are a few videos floating around of people booting windows 7 to a pentium 90mhz or a pentium 133mhz etc. So, I really want …

Re: Socket 7 and mmx

Thanks. A diffinitive answer seems to be measuring the voltage, and it may be simple if you know how to use a multimeter (I don't), but can learn😁. That post measures between the chassis and the further most fet? presumably in my case that you'd be measuring between the chassis and a pin on the vrm …

Re: Socket 7 and mmx

It depends of the way your motherboard is made. Some boards let you use the voltages below 3.3V, others don't. Boards with automatic settings exist but they're rare and I doubt any OEM have done this. be careful with the auto setting there are quite a few reports out there of the board setting it …

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