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cyrix?
once I get 35rep I'm gonna sell this sempy lol yee!
Cyrix was a really old processor, although I cant remember any details about them...think they had something to do with Texas Instruments??
    
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Cyrix was a really old processor, although I cant remember any details about them...think they had something to do with Texas Instruments??
I've heard of Texas Instruments. they make my calculator
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I've heard of Texas Instruments. they make my calculator that costed me $200 lol
I have a TI-83. I really wish i had got the ti-89
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ti 84 silver edition
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Thats a pretty silly move. I dont beleive you just lapped silicon lol...have you read any threads on the forums LMAO.
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Thats a pretty silly move. I dont beleive you just lapped silicon lol...have you read any threads on the forums LMAO.
well, I was having one of those boring days, and I was looking for a little excitement!
and it works btw.
I just have to install windows again
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well, I was having one of those boring days, and I was looking for a little excitement!
and it works btw.
I just have to install windows again
I give you about a few days before that CPU takes a nose dive straight to hell lol. However Im glad its working for you. Perhaps start folding on it and test its stability lol.
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I give you about a few days before that CPU takes a nose dive straight to hell lol. However Im glad its working for you. Perhaps start folding on it and test its stability lol.
ok, anyone wanna place bets? lol
yeah, I still haven't gotten 1 wu in yet...
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It is spelled Die. Not Dye. Dye is what you put in liquid to tint it.

You say it works?

From the incredibly sharp pictures you posted I could not tell if yout lapped it or smeared Peaniut Butter on it...TBH
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It is spelled Die. Not Dye. Dye is what you put in liquid to tint it.

You say it works?

From the incredibly sharp pictures you posted I could not tell if yout lapped it or smeared Peaniut Butter on it...TBH
* Cries from laughter * lol thats so good. But I do see your point.
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