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I warn you sir! My Duron 700 is overclocked to 900! I will NOT hesitate to use it if you persist in this escalation! Well.... as long as I can find an old VGA monitor cable around here somewhere that is....

Don't make me bust out my old Pentium Pro biggrin.gif
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post #232 of 509
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I found this guide on bunkering. Seems to be very detailed.

https://www.tsbt.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2092

Thank you my friend, exactly what I was looking for and couldn't find...
post #233 of 509
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Don't make me bust out my old Pentium Pro biggrin.gif

Oooohhhhh...

And here I was thinking about whippin out my Pentium II...... (but if I dig deep in the hidden corners of the closet I believe I still have an 8088)
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Oooohhhhh...

And here I was thinking about whippin out my Pentium II...... (but if I dig deep in the hidden corners of the closet I believe I still have an 8088)

 

I've got an Osborne 1 in the attic, but i don't know if there is a version of BOINC that runs on CP/M.

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post #235 of 509
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I've got an Osborne 1 in the attic, but i don't know if there is a version of BOINC that runs on CP/M.

I don't know of any either, and if I still had my TRS 80 (sold it ten years ago) I'd drag it out.....
Edited by Egilman - 4/13/17 at 10:58am
post #236 of 509

Almost time :wheee:

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Pffft, you guys and your fancy 'old' computers. Bring them into the fight, and I'll find the pair of ab-uh-cuss-cuss-us, you know the abacus-cuss us, dang it the slide rule and my old Casio calculator watch!
post #238 of 509
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Oooohhhhh...

And here I was thinking about whippin out my Pentium II...... (but if I dig deep in the hidden corners of the closet I believe I still have an 8088)

An 8088 was the first computer that was all mine. Oldest I still have is an Athlon Xp 2000. My 8088, 80286, Pentium and Pentium III hit the dumpster long ago.
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post #239 of 509
Released my torrent. Look's like they'll be uploading for awhile.
post #240 of 509
Looks like the scoring is time based. That old system that each of us seems to have might actually be useful for this race, lol, about 100 points for every 4850 seconds of your time.
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