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Re: Rarest CPUs?

This is crazy, an AMD K5 PR200, look at the price, reached after the auction: https://www.ebay.com/itm/125228128174 I have an K5 PR166, which runs completely stable with PR200 speed, also with reduced VCore (3,52V>3,3V) and have payed about ~30€ for this CPU. One of my favourite Socket 7 gold …

Re: Is there a Dual Head PCI video card?

Isn't a better question here, Does Win 3.X / DOS have multi vga output support ? While there were even ISA cards with multiple VGA outputs, I doubt there was support for DOS or win 3.X. Just some specific programs like CAD/CAM design Especially since DOS is single tasking and win 3.x is barely more …

Re: Is there a Dual Head PCI video card?

Cornerstone should have had dual head video cards and I used them under windows 3.1 and 95 I had a “mono” cornerstone card with a 19” screen that also had an onboard color VGA device with a separate output. In normal use it would switch back and forth or drive both screens with the same image ( …

Re: Members of Vogons, what shows do you currently watch?

...(and also, i don't have netflix etc so i rarely know what's cool and popular right now) Too bad, as you're going to miss out on Ant-Racist Baby and other cool woke shows. You can see all the racist babies you want in real life so no need to make a fantasy about one. I prefer the old something …

Re: I miss the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s

How many of you remember paying for internet access by the minute? I kept grandfathered under AOLs $4.95 a month plan many years My internet use patterns meant it always was cheaper than unlimited Once I knew I was going to be high use doing a bunch of auctions and switched to unlimited and AOL …

Re: What do you drive?

full electric vehicles % sales (march) in: China: 21% Europe: 14% You will need 1 Million charging stations to accommodate all these EV vehicles. Currently there are only a few thousand. There are 276 million vehicles registered in the U.S. as of 2019. This includes 156 million trucks, 108 million …

Re: Breaking the internet privacy

What is sad is 99% of the scammers are in corporate buildings operating just like any other business. Their locations are all known and quite centralized for “illicit “ operations Heck some US facing hackers have got their locations and security feeds with simple tools. 3 well placed bombs and 90% …

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