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Thread: Those damn MMX demands! lol




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    Which was the first cpu that supported MMX..:?:

    I tryed firing up a kickass session of a little older game called Delta Force on my old P166 Mhz with old and dusty edo memory just to recive a message saying "No MMX processor found".
    I was not aware that my cpu did not have it, but isn't it some 166 procs that support it or am I wrong..:?:

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    Yes 166MHz was the first though normal and MMX versions co-existed till 200MHz.

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    Pentiums with mmx started at 166mhz.............on the underside it should say Intel Pentium with MMX technology, though they did release a non-mmx pentium 166 processor
    Questions like this make my old 2000pg upgrading and repairing pc's book come in handy...it was release as P3's were released

    Just reread your post.......did u say EDO.wow 60ns access time, thatwas forever ago...i always had bad experiences with it

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    so nice, I love this ol' dusty machine.. Even though it's slightly slower at most things than my Amd and P4 lol.. The best of all is that it runs without any cpu fan.. So quiet and nice.. :thumb:

    :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker


    so nice, I love this ol' dusty machine.. Even though it's slightly slower at most things than my Amd and P4 lol.. The best of all is that it runs without any cpu fan.. So quiet and nice.. :thumb:

    :cheers:
    Ive got an old 386 and 486, the 386 has old 30pin simms. and the old ISA card that has all your connectors on it

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    What more can ya ask for..:?:

    Know I wonder how good those machines will manage seti, or even vorse, what about my audio/video encoding?? :eek: :wow:

    :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    What more can ya ask for..:?:

    Know I wonder how good those machines will manage seti, or even vorse, what about my audio/video encoding?? :eek: :wow:

    :cheers:
    they probably just poof out and die
    BTW, finally shortened my sig..and gave the pcchips board the name it deserves

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    Sure, after struggeling with da apps like 3 weeks.. lol

    R.I.P :cry:


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    You'd be lookin' at 48-50hrs to complete a SETI w/u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The__tweaker
    Sure, after struggeling with da apps like 3 weeks.. lol

    R.I.P :cry:

    that 386 would struggle for yrs to even encode 10mb of a/v...if it survived installation of FlaskMPEG:cheers:

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