My 1st rig, or rigs(2 of them) were ibm ps2's, 386's, had 20meg mca drives in them.
Buaght a fpu for oen of them long ago, was then a 387 ^^.
I then got a 486 sx, I think it was a 25mhz, ibm ps1.
I had a few overdrive cpu's for it and etc.
One time I srewed over my p166(ibm) by getting it to close to a speaker, was a few feet away but the magnet was big enough to fry it.
So at the time I had to go back to a 486, and work with it.
This was at the time of 500mhz+'s, stuff like that.
I had 2 overdrive cpu's left, both were a bit goofy, one still worked allright.
The one that worked eventually went out on me completely.
The one that was a bit goofy, well was working again just fine.
I managed to damange a pin on it though at some time or another, broke a pin off I mean.
Pop'ed it in for the heck of it and instead of dx2-50 it reg'ed as a dx2-66
Sometime after that, about 3months after the p166 died it worked again(p166), just needed a rest hehe.
The was my 2nd oc'ing experience, my 1st was with the p166, and a p133 I had(the 133 evetually was givien away long long ago, long story).
Anyways I had that up to 183mhz or somehting, nothing big.
Never could get it to 200mhz, well once when I finally got a fan ^^, but that did'nt last to long, a few weeks and eventually 183 was'nt even stable so...
I had a k62-350 next that I allways had oc'ed to 400.
Had that for a few years, until I upgraded to a atxp 1.6+, aopen mobo, had that few about 2 years maybe and got this mobo.
Life stories are cool lol
I'm glad to see someone else that knows what dos is :
, I can't believe the majority of people out there don't know how to use it, or even know what it is.
I still use it from time to time to this day.
Sorry to carry on but, yesterday I found that dos is partially working in my 2k3 install
Has sb64 support now and vesa1, the sb64 support seems odd though I dn if it's my sound drivers in windows or somehting else, ie the prog I used in dos, or just windows.
Vesa1 support is freaking sweet though, that was one major issue I had with 2kpro, no vesa at all...
I just need vesa2 support now...