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Slagathor
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Long time no see.....

Post by Slagathor »

How is everybody?????

I decided to give Seti a try again, so taking a break from Folding..... :)


So, I got 3 Opty 165's and a old Lappy that will be crunching Seti.

Not as fast as then 'Entrail Core2's, but should be ok, hopefully next month I can slap a Phenom together, if they clock better then they have..... :twisted:
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Post by kuun »

nothing wrong with the current phenoms..

welcome back btw :)
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Post by Derek »

Welcome back! I saw your name show up in the site activity list and I was wondering when you'd finally stop by to post again :)
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OH NOZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My M2R gave up the ghost......

My RAC is gonna nose dive..... :?
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hi all
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Hi guys,

Just taking a cruise down memory lane.................


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Post by davd_bob »

Hi,
I only check out the site as often as I check my email. About once a month. I worry each time when it opens slowly or I get a "page cant be displayed" that the site has poofed into the night. Like so many of the users have... :(
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so, did you found Aliens?
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I'm still around!

My BP6 still lives - sort of - it's in bits and pieces. My current main PC is a 2.2GHz Core2Duo O/C to 2.6Ghz. It's running on an Intel DP35DP motherboard, which I really like.

Hello to forum members old and new! :)
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Post by Wolfram »

I did not really feel like posting here while my poor BP6 was off duty, replaced by one of those modern, faceless K8-units, dumped in a dark, cold box, where it's only company were the two Celerons...

...but now it is BACK, equipped with 768MB of the finest PC-133 SDRAM, still suffering from some bad caps and a broken coil, but hey, considering its age... and it doesn't show, it works just fine... now in my new HAPC (Home Audio PC), with my trusty old Terratec EWS 64 L soundcard (very good sounding ISA card).

Low quality pictures and more useless info to follow! :biggrin:
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Double post sorry
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Post by PDR60 »

Good to see everyone here. I remember when I used to spend allot of time here. I still check it out once in awhile. I still have my original BP6's running. One is a file server and one is just an internet machine. I did however pick up another BP6 off of epay for only $19.00 including a couple of very capable 366's Its now happily got a gig nic and is plugged into the network as a Bittorent machine. Works great.....

These boxes just don't ever quit....
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Post by InactiveX »

Raffnix: Are you following Haiku's progress?

As the natural successor to BeOS, I look forward to the day when I can install it on my much-loved Abit BP6!
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Post by InactiveX »

I see what you mean, although I disagree slightly - the main thing which BeOS had, and I hope Haiku will have, which raised it above the big-hitter desktop OSes, was its low latency with multimedia.

In my work as a sound engineer and music producer, it's a constant struggle to keep latency down. With BeOS, everything was just so responsive from beginning to end, as low latency was a goal of the OS from the outset, unlike with Windows and GNU/Linux.
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