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OH EMM GEE!!! ROFL, That is awesome!. i want one to blow something up.... i actually wanna see if it works...!
post #42 of 64
Next step a socket 939 in a 754 socket!! and 478 in a slot 1
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Next step a socket 939 in a 754 socket!! and 478 in a slot 1
or a socket A into a 775! lol with 144pin so-dimm laptop ram!!!!
post #44 of 64
SDRampc133 in ddr2 slot in dual channel configuration:headsc rat

There are boards whit apg and pci expres, but are rare to find!!
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Who remembers this?

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i bought one of these and tried putting in my dell dimension 2350. my friend said that the shiny metal part on the bottom looks like it has lines because you cut at the lines if it doesnt fit. so i carefully cut off the bottom so that it fit into 1 of the slot things in my computer. now it doesnt work. did i cut it wrong? id post pics, but no camera. is there anyway i can fix this? thanks for any help.
post #46 of 64
Refresh, that just made my day.

That looks like a 7800 GTX. Is it?
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Who remembers this?



is that a nice looking pci-e card that had its back end pins cut out... oh man that like murder in the pc world...

so gruesome :0
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post #48 of 64
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SDRampc133 in ddr2 slot in dual channel configuration:headsc rat

There are boards whit apg and pci expres, but are rare to find!!
i have one... it s in my closet. the pci-e bandwidth is only 4x even though its fits a pci-e 16x card .... but it supports a dual core processor
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is that a nice looking pci-e card that had its back end pins cut out... oh man that like murder in the pc world...

so gruesome :0
The PC world is supposed to be happy place
We should throw that kid in a case and let MasherSmasher take care of him.
post #50 of 64
Thankfully. AGP and PCI-E are physically different to prevent less-informed people from making a grave mistake.

things are more standardised today.
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