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Dream Machine

Postby UjusME » Sun Mar 14, 2004 7:14 pm

Tell us what your Dream Computer would be. List any piece of hardware you want from the case to the fans. Desktop or laptop it doesn't matter.
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Postby OsirisX » Sun Mar 14, 2004 8:18 pm

A p4 3.4 ht prescott EE proccesor, radeon 9800xt, Audigy 2 platium, gigaworks 7.1 speakers, 21inch apple cinima diasplay, DVD-rw, 4gs of pc4000ddr RAM, ultra quiet fans, powersupply cd-rw-rom.
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Postby glexp » Sun Mar 14, 2004 8:31 pm

1. Heathkit H8 (fully loaded with 64K).
2. Overclocked 8080 (6Mhz instead of 4Mhz)
3. High speed TV-typewriter (1200 BAUD instead of 300)
4. 25x80 screen (green) instead of the usual 16x32.

Just trying to give Jackslap an opening so he can come back and pick at me....
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Postby OsirisX » Sun Mar 14, 2004 8:33 pm

I have no idea what you where talking about. :oops: :confused
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Postby OLDNY » Fri Mar 26, 2004 12:30 am

A p4 3.4 ht prescott EE proccesor, radeon 9800xt, Audigy 2 platium, gigaworks 7.1 speakers, 21inch apple cinima diasplay, DVD-rw, 4gs of pc4000ddr RAM, ultra quiet fans, powersupply cd-rw-rom.

Plus a case and card that would give me four extra slots for cards, and 2 200gb SATA hard drives. ^*^
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Postby SCgone » Fri Mar 26, 2004 12:40 am

glexp wrote:1. Heathkit H8 (fully loaded with 64K).
2. Overclocked 8080 (6Mhz instead of 4Mhz)
3. High speed TV-typewriter (1200 BAUD instead of 300)
4. 25x80 screen (green) instead of the usual 16x32.

Just trying to give Jackslap an opening so he can come back and pick at me....
:)

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Postby glexp » Fri Mar 26, 2004 4:29 am

Bell1 wrote:
glexp wrote:1. Heathkit H8 (fully loaded with 64K).
2. Overclocked 8080 (6Mhz instead of 4Mhz)
3. High speed TV-typewriter (1200 BAUD instead of 300)
4. 25x80 screen (green) instead of the usual 16x32.

Just trying to give Jackslap an opening so he can come back and pick at me....
:)

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Bell1 !!!!!
Glad you understand. Good to know somebody here is as old as me... :lol:
Scary part is, I still have that setup...
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Postby OsirisX » Fri Mar 26, 2004 4:30 am

I still don't get it. :dontgetit :unsure:
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Postby glexp » Fri Mar 26, 2004 7:22 am

unknowndarknessx wrote:I still don't get it. :dontgetit :unsure:


Just "spoofing", unknowndarknessx. To some of us old-timers,

unknowndarknessx wrote:A p4 3.4 ht prescott EE proccesor, radeon 9800xt, Audigy 2 platium, gigaworks 7.1 speakers, 21inch apple cinima diasplay, DVD-rw, 4gs of pc4000ddr RAM, ultra quiet fans, powersupply cd-rw-rom.


is just as foreign sounding as my original post.

And, frankly, back in "those" days (circa 1970's) the setup I mentioned was THE hot ticket.... j/k
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Postby ginogsm » Fri Mar 26, 2004 8:43 am

I'd love to have a Mac G5 dual 2,0GHz with 4 GB memory.
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