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I thought it was childish and rude.
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There wasn't too much of a notion of overclocking then

The jumpers were supposed to be set for what your CPUs were to run at, not to run a CPU at a speed over what it was intended. Come to think of it, there was those damn turbo buttons though, I can't remember for the life of me what they did heh.

I can admire the old hardware blacknite. I still got my 386's, 486's and my glorious citrix 166mhz cpu/mobo
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Woah....I'd like to see some pictures of your setup
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Woah....I'd like to see some pictures of your setup
photos... real soon
Edited by blacknite - 1/24/11 at 8:20pm
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in the meantime look at this factsheet
http://www.sandyflat.net/digerati/ga...heet/index.htm

its a alr revolution 6x6
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There wasn't too much of a notion of overclocking then

The jumpers were supposed to be set for what your CPUs were to run at, not to run a CPU at a speed over what it was intended. Come to think of it, there was those damn turbo buttons though, I can't remember for the life of me what they did heh.

I can admire the old hardware blacknite. I still got my 386's, 486's and my glorious citrix 166mhz cpu/mobo
Even I have my Pentium 486 DX2 processor. I have dropped it lots of time for fun. It sounds like a stone.

Well I post Pics here soon.
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Find the multiplier and FSB jumpers. It's unlikely that more than the default 66MHz FSB is supported, but it's quite possible that there are multiplier settings higher than 3x.

Many people ran their 200MHz Pentium Pros at 233MHz by doing nothing more than using a 3.5x multiplier.

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Those 6 cpu's are worth a lot in their gold weight.
Yep, huge amount of gold in the Pentium Pros.

I wanted to build a retro mult-CPU system with one, but you can't get them for any reasonable price anymore because they have 40-50 bucks of gold in them.

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There wasn't too much of a notion of overclocking then
Yes there was.

I started ocing with the original Pentiums, and OCing was nothing new then.
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Come to think of it, there was those damn turbo buttons though, I can't remember for the life of me what they did heh.
The turbo button was actually a bit backwards. Turbo was regular speed, and when you turned it off, you could play older games that used the clock speed of the processor for timing.
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photos... real soon
there just put em up

http://s1229.photobucket.com/albums/...lacknite4ever/
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Oh sexy. I love ye' oldie tech. Does it have an OS?
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