First post, by kalm_traveler
I'm still sitting on that graphics card that I hastily bought, and it seems the 1.4ghz Tualatins are about $20 now so it got me thinking since Windows 2000 supports 2 CPUs and more RAM I could switch to a dual socket mb, pair of 1.4ghz chips, 1.5-2gb SDRAM and have both a killer W2k experience as well as a crazy good Windows Me or 98SE experience by limiting Windows to 512mb for stability.
Do you guys think this would be a pretty solid rig?
At the moment I'm using a TUSL2-C, 1.13ghz Tualatin, 512mb PC133 SDRAM, and Quadro 2 Pro as I was going for approximately the best hardware from ~ late 2000/2001.
Retro: Win2k/98SE - 2x P3 1.4ghz, 2gb RAM, Quadro FX 4000, Aureal Vortex 2
modern:i9 10980XE, 64gb DDR4, 2x Titan RTX | i9 9900KS, 32gb DDR4, RTX 2080 Ti | i7 7700, 16gb DDR4, GTX 1070 | '19 Razer Blade Pro