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Re: Benchmark Retro build.

blank001 wrote: y2k se wrote: I got the one I ordered today and can confirm that it is a retail packaged SL4KL with stock cooler. Its working fine in my ASUS P2B. Great news! Let's see if the seller has more. http://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-Intel-Pentium-III … e-/131525861222?

Re: Benchmark Retro build.

philscomputerlab wrote: These 1 GHz processors being OEM, are there any downsides? They come with a stock cooler I assume? I got the one I ordered today and can confirm that it is a retail packaged SL4KL with stock cooler. Its working fine in my ASUS P2B.

Re: Post your 'current' PC

My primary PC (first photo) is: Antec P183 Case Corsair HX620 Power supply ASUS P9X79 Pro Systemboard i7-3930K @ 4.2 GHz Noctua NH-U12P cooler Noiseblocker fans throughout 64 GB G-Skill RAM 2GB GTX 770 (a GTX 660 is what's in the photo) 480 GB Corsair Neutron GTX SSD 2 GB Western Digital HDD ASUS …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

I just completed some recent upgrades to my old gaming PC. I'm running DOS 6.22/WfW 3.11 and Windows 98 SE in a dual-boot configuration. Inwin A500 case Antec 250 watt power supply ASUS P2B 1.10 (mine has a voltage regulator that supports Coppermine CPUs) Intel Pentium 3 800E 256 MB RAM Matrix G400 …

Re: HDD Clone Software

Perhaps clonezilla is unable to load the driver for your raid card. Try using ubuntu live disk and dd the raid to the network share. Thanks for the reply. I found a Clonezilla Live CD based on ubuntu, so I'm going to give that a spin. If that does not work, I will probably not invest any further …

HDD Clone Software

I have a system running on an ASUS P2B (440BX chipset). Connected to the primary IDE channel is a Western Digital 80 GB hard drive. I have DOS 6.22/WfW 3.11 and Windows 98 SE dual-booting. I currently use Clonezilla to image/restore the drive to a network share. I acquired a second Western Digital …


in DOS
Does anyone happen to have car sets for this game? The default car set is missing many real drivers. Something accurate to that era ('94-'95) would be great. I haven't had any luck searching with Google.

Re: Steering Wheel Problem

That didn't work. It may be a problem with the Windows device driver; I got hold of a Logitech Dual Action game pad (4 axis, 12 buttons and 1 hat) and movement of all axes is detected when in the keymapper.

Steering Wheel Problem

I'm trying to use my Microsoft SideWinder Force Feedback steering wheel in DOSBox 0.74 to play Papyrus' IndyCar Racing and NASCAR Racing. Windows 7 sees this as a 3-axis, 8-button joystick, with axis 1 being the steering wheel, axis 2 the gas pedal and axis 3 the brake pedal. All three axes respond …

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