What case is that?Dual Pentium III 1GHz with Quadro2
Greaseweazle F7 Plus
Yep!Ya have any plans for this computer
Nice, didn't know about Vortex. Do regular Windows support this and what Intel/AMD CPU is it closest to in performance?Smaller SBC build.
- 3 slot half-length ISA case
- 800MHz Vortex86-DX with XGI graphics
- 256MB RAM
- 8GB SD Card
- Sound Blaster AWE64 Value
So it's about the same performance as a Pentium Pro.I believe it is between MMX 233 and Pentium 2 in terms of performance. Yes, it runs DOS/Windows/Linux/etc.
Hah! I still have that power supply and it still works!I finally got a Q500! Now I can recreate the beast I had in 2002...
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I have lots of old stuff . will post soon . recently i have checked sr2 whether it was still working or not . in my store there is lots of moisture no window or any thing for the airflow and door is always locked . some of my motherboards and gpu gone bad due to that /I noticed that the screw holes appeared to be narrower on the MSI board. It's 478 like, but proprietary it seems. Without fabrication it would seem very unlikely you'd find a replacement unless you found another identical motherboard (for parts) or had the mount 3d printed.
I'm gearing up for a massive project. I'll let the pictures do the talking.
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actually it was liquid cooled in the case , but i took it out due to the lack of space , and scrap the case .I'm having an anxiety attack looking at your choices of cooling apparatus.
i have a small store , recently i have scrap few cases , to make space for new stuff , they were getting rust from bottom due to moisture and few power supply also got burnt when i turn them on , i am thinking about making a RoshandanSeriously? That looks like a nice case!
beautiful , classified group , i will wait for the update
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This was recently found in my garage. I thought I trashed it as my store did not have signs of it
Brings back so many memories nostalgic effects coming through....
I cant build it right away but I have some ideas. Just wanted to share
Those are really cool. My company has about 25 of them.We use them to run tests and check faults on the old Arrow III rail cars. They were computerized in the mid 90s. We use Kermit as a terminal program. Almost any terminal program will do, like Hyper Terminal.Grabbed a Jornada 728.. Still works and the 22 year old battery holds a charge for about 20mins lol. I'll probably stick some new 18650 cells in there. Might dual boot Linux on it.
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