!! Important !! Looking for someone to update Gallery

Started by Fedora-Tan, February 14, 2009, 09:25:03 am

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Smokey

I dont tell you how to tell me what to do, so dont tell me how to do what you tell me to do... Bender the Great) :/
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Red-Machine

They still make PIIIs?

Well, I suppose it's no surprise, really.  They still make the MOS 6502...
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Smokey

As far as i know, they don't... but you can buy refurbished PIII servers... at about â,¬50-â,¬100
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Smokey

Oh, Crap! We're OTing in front of the Admin!!!

RUN!!!!

srry, btw...
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Dr. Mario

o_O O_O O_o >_<
Just kidding!

BTW, any idea on Fedora-tan's server like she originally asked - do I see any light bulb lighting up? Any idea?

BTW, Red Machine, Pentium III was revived for Centrino, because Netburst was sucking the battery pack like a box of juice AND it got too hot for a laptop (regardless the effort on making Mobile Pentium 4.) so Pentium III got a overhaul: SSE3, die-shrink to 65nm, and more faster chipsets. It's eventually replaced by modified Core 2 Conroe (And of course, Penryn).
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Red-Machine

I thought it was Celeron?  My Centrino registers as a standard Core2 Duo...
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Dr. Mario

Centrino come in three favors: Pentium-M (modified Pentium III-m), Core (modified Pentium 4 Presler), and Core 2 (a renamed Pentium 5)

Just to give you a idea.
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