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ben333

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About ben333

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    Master Ben Blasterr

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    NH (USA)

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  • Computer Specs
    AMD Opteron (dual-core) @ 2.64 GHz
    3 GB of DDR RAM
    500 GB SATA hard drive (3gbps)
    DVD+RW, DVD-R, Zip 100 MB
    550 watt PSU
    Windows XP SP2
    Radeon 9200?
    Dual GB LAN
    6 USB on back, 2 on front
    Optical and coax (and 6 other audio ports)
    1 MIDI port
    1 RS232 Port
    1 LPT
    1 external SATA
    5 internal SATA (3gbps)
    4 ATA
  1. It's a perpetual freak show, no doubt haha. I appreciated the pic of the guy that apparently sniffs a lot of paint lol
  2. I can remember being the top posted a couple times under my former account... a mod warned me. lol Must have been very bored.
  3. I AM WANTING TO LOWBALL, SHOULD I PM YOU? Seriously though, prices help people make offers. So do descriptions and pictures.
  4. Use google... find a windows NT/2K/XP password reset CD online, easy to find. Then use the magic jelly bean key finder to get the OEM key.
  5. Should have used a smaller tank... at least he didn't use a top dollar setup or use vegetable oil.
  6. Could you see if one of the WINTV cards is working? Come with any accessories?
  7. No, sorry. What you see for s370 combos is what I have, three others with the same board, chips and HSFs. You can get a nice PCI video card if you're thinking of making a workstation / desktop out of one of these combos. Back in the day I had a GeForce 6200 PCI in my Dell and did some gaming. I'll bet cards like that and better are a dime a dozen now. If AGP is a must, or old school overclocking is what you like... I have these I didn't list yet. Asus P2B DS - A dual pentium II board, now running dual Pentium III 750s @ 840 MHz This board has AGP and I could include a TNT2. Abit BP6 - This board was very popular back when it came out. The first board that allowed users to use and overclock dual PPGA celerons. I think some people got their celly 333s to 733+ on water. I have a 333... or 366 maybe... and a 433 to go with this. Probably too slow for you? But good for nostalgic reasons. Hard core modders have run 800 MHz P3s in it... google it and you'll find a ton of info. My suggestion for ease and speed is to go with the combos above, and a nice PCI video card. If you want a touch of OCing and old school, maybe the P2B.
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