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File: 20b233d547c010e⋯.jpg (779.65 KB, 2576x1936, 161:121, 20200610_002.jpg)

 No.1084349[Last 50 Posts]

World's first mobile workstation edition.

>Precision M40 modded with a mSATA-IDE SSD, slightly overclocked Quadro2 Go and a Linksys 300N CardBus WLAN card running Windows 2000

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 No.1084382

Did everyone fuck off from 8kunt or something?

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 No.1084618

>>1084382

I have no idea. I haven't been on in a while, everything is so fragmented now. I gotta check in a million different places now, and everything keeps going down and getting replaced. Way worse compared to the 8ch days. BO ought to change board settings to reduce the number of threads we can have though.

>>1084349

nice. I have an mSATA SDD in my T40 Thinkpad and it's great. I use XP though, how is 2k working for you?

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 No.1084620

>>1084618

Great, aside from SMB complaining about a unaccessible share.

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 No.1084622

>>1084620

Wish I could help you, I've never used SMB.

Oh, and when 8ch went down I first ended up on endchan which I think is dead now, and then julay.world/retro/.

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 No.1084629

>>1084622

I know how to fix it (deleting the share) but I can't be arsed, I don't use my M40 that often.

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 No.1084837

Is it worth getting a Toshiba Libretto? Retroniggers seem to have a real hard-on for them so they're priced fucktardedly high.

>tfw no Libretto U100 with modern hardware

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 No.1084840

>>1084837

they're cool but like you said overpriced so I don't know if it's worth it

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 No.1084846

>>1084382

yes

>b /tech/

>stay on pozzed site

we picked one

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 No.1084862

So the NCOV outbreak has completely fucked the market for mSATA SSDs, the 860 Evo mSATA is seemingly EOL and the Kingston UV500 is fucktardedly priced compared to it's competitors.

Has anyone got experience with chinkshit M.2 to 2.5" IDE adapters? I have good experiences with mSATA-IDE adapters from eBay in my ThinkPads and Precisions but none with the M.2 based ones.

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 No.1084866

I don't know if it is related but which old hardware would be good for a multipurpose server ? I want a lot of PCIe 2-3 for routing, tv, soundcard and probably a shitty amd gpu that has a foid on it. Which mobo should i seek for?

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 No.1084868

>>1084862

NCOV nothing. You can't find good, cheap mSATA drives because mSATA effectively died several years ago.

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 No.1084872

>>1084868

I beg to differ, I paid €80 for a 500GB 860 Evo mSATA last year way before the NCOV outbreak.

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 No.1084879

>>1084872

Since people in this thread are so interested in IDE adapters, here's some relevant history for you. SATA devices started shipping in 2003. By 2006, most new motherboards didn't support IDE. By 2009, new IDE drives were a legacy product but you could still buy them new until around 2013. You can still buy them NOS.

Where do you suppose mSATA is on this timeline? I'd say 2012. Of course it's not a fair comparison because mSATA never took off whereas IDE was once ubiquitous.

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 No.1084977

>>1084879

So I decided to buy one of those chinkshit M.2 > IDE adapters, will report back if they're worth anything or straight up garbage.

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 No.1085106

>>1084977

Amazingly, I received it today, just over a week since it shipped from China. Haven't got a SSD to put it in it though, so that'll have to wait.

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 No.1085120

File: 609ef9474534c04⋯.jpeg (159.48 KB, 600x325, 24:13, 2000784866.jpeg)

I scored pic related on my local adverts site, did I fuck up? Since that retronigger PCL made a video about it I can probably resell it at a profit. it's ridiculously overkill for my retro system too, I should find a 6800 Ultra, a 7900GT or something

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 No.1085121

>>1085120

what operating system(s) are you targeting?

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 No.1085126

>>1085121

Windows XP, I currently run a 6600GT.

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 No.1085128

>>1085120

Received, tested, it's working but AyyMD's drivers are crashy as hell. Unstable overclock or just fucky drivers?

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 No.1085129

File: 7f8025a6062690a⋯.jpg (61.78 KB, 800x472, 100:59, photo_2_b.jpg)

Forgot to mention I also scored a Pentium 4 3.0 Prescott and overclocked it to 3.6 GHz, 240x15. I guess my 4x1GB DDR1 doesn't like DDR480.

Gotta find me some of pic related, super-binned Patriot DDR700 DIMMs. Bet those are extremely rare though.

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 No.1085142

My thing is I hoard Apple IIgs's and Macintosh SE/30's. That's really my thing. Aside from Thinkpads, I would wager I have the best Thinkpad collection going out of anybody anywhere on Earth at this point. I have over 150 Thinkpads. All are in good working shape with period authentic and in many cases OEM installs of their original operating systems, and often I have NetBSD on them too.

I'm now restoring several W701ds's, and several Thinkpad Transnotes. I'm not selling any of this stash at all, it's all just getting periodically maintained with slight hard drive, screen, and battery exercise. Classic Thinkpads used to be like $10 but now they cost hundreds of dollars especially for the more ancient ones, if in good working and cosmetic order.

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 No.1085147

File: 6e885b12a4de2b5⋯.jpg (670.44 KB, 2576x1936, 161:121, 20200917_005.jpg)

>>1085142

*breaks out his Precision M6500 Covet*

ORANGE COMPUTER BAD

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 No.1085148

File: cae3c21023d5770⋯.jpg (261.14 KB, 800x600, 4:3, Ninja_3_ViewFront2.jpg)

Bought pic related at a thrift store yesterday. Jesus FUCKING christ this cooler is huge! Only came with a 478 bracket but that's no big deal, I needed a super high end 478 cooler anyways.

Does anyone know where I can get fan brackets? I'm currently running it passive which seems to work fine for a P4HT Prescott at 3.6 GHz/1.65v

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 No.1085188

>>1085128

Tried it on another system with a fresh Windows install, passed 3DM06 without issue. Used http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJmflrDk6Ew as a how-to. guy9000/varg you turbofaggots enable embeds god damn it

Some of the things agent_x007 does are fucking ridiculous and I love it!

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 No.1085213

>>1085126

you can go all the way up to nvidia maxwell if you want. personally, i'd get a gtx 750 ti or 950

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 No.1085214

>>1085148

>Jesus FUCKING christ this cooler is huge!

ikr, why cant more companies make a sub 150mm height tower with 120mm fans? the only ones i know of are the h7 (overpriced now due to low stock) and the fuma rev b (which has been replaced with a taller model)

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 No.1085215

>>1085213

Except those aren't AGP m8

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 No.1085216

Oh shit, some faggot on halfchan leaked Windows XP's source. KernelEx for XP when?

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 No.1085418

>>1084349

PowerBook G4 1.33 GHz 1GB RAM 60GB HDD from 2003 reporting in. I run OS X 10.4.11 on it. Used to run NetBSD but there's no good software for it and I can't run modern stuff anyways. Also fuck compiling anything on a machine this slow.

>>1085216

>KernelEx for XP when?

Soon, but not as soon as you might expect. I took a look at some of the sources and it's a complete shitshow. Nowhere near as clean and workable as the NT leaks. I managed to get it a dirty build done and made a bootable ISO out of it but had some setup errors that prevented me from installing it. So the source is complete, or complete enough that I can get it to boot to the setup program which means the kernel and some generic drivers work.

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 No.1085423

Pulled out the M40 in the OP again, jesus fuck Firefox 10 is borderline unusable on a 1.2 GHz PIII.

>>1085418

Put in a mSATA/M.2-IDE drive in it and watch it fly.

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 No.1085424

>>1085418

Oh, and max out the RAM, DDR1 is dirt cheap from a chink on eBay.

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 No.1085425

>old hardware

what's the purpose, other than running a museum for antiquated applications

old hardware isn't capable of usable/productive computing in $CURRENT_YEAR?

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 No.1085426

>>1085423

>jesus fuck Firefox 10 is borderline unusable on a 1.2 GHz PIII.

that's what you get for falling for the "muh Pentium III between 1.0 and 1.4 GHZ holy grail"

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 No.1085427

>>1085216

>KernelEx for XP when?

why would you want to ruin NT5.x with NT6.x bullshit?

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 No.1085428

>>1085427

>inb4 "b-but Win10 is NT10"

no it's not, it was NT6.4 all along, before it was artificially bumped to "NT10" by corporate sales & marketing bullshit

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 No.1085430

>>1085426

I wish Intlel gave the Pentium M SSE3.

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 No.1085431

>>1085425

>old hardware isn't capable of usable/productive computing in $CURRENT_YEAR?

What vital task does Office 2019 do that Office 97 couldn't? Will a marketing company go bankrupt if their graphic designers only have Photoshop version 8 (2003) instead of 21 (2020)? Also, Adobe Premiere 4.2 supported 4k output back in 1996. Pewdiepie made millions of shekels releasing 720p videos until very recently.

You talk like people didn't have useful computers 30 years ago.

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 No.1085432

>>1085427

>why would you want to ruin NT5.x with NT6.x bullshit?

This. There's even NVMe support on XP now, without messing with the kernel at all. I do wish someone would backport Vulkan, though. And drivers for new hardware. Right now XP maxes out around Nvidia Maxwell

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 No.1085433

>>1085423

>Firefox 10 is borderline unusable on a 1.2 GHz PIII.

I'd wager if you brought your P3 and Firefox 10 back to the year 2003, you'd have no complaints about speed. Modern web design is the problem.

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 No.1085434

File: 36ec3edec0a683c⋯.png (155.17 KB, 756x978, 126:163, page1.png)

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>>1085431

>Adobe Premiere 4.2 supported 4k output back in 1996.

I realized this claim will seem outlandish to many people, so here's my source

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Premiere_Pro#cite_note-34

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 No.1085435

File: ca60f4d32978771⋯.jpg (317.42 KB, 2500x2500, 1:1, hp_z0b12at_nvidia_quadro_p….jpg)

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>>1085434

>but anon, an old computer will be too slow to edit 4k!

Realistically that's true, but you can have 24GB of VRAM on XP

http://mattpilz.com/windows-xp-drivers-nvidia-geforce-gtx-970-980-980-ti-titan-x/

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 No.1085545

>>1085431

Let's all revert to Win95 and Office 97 then, no issues there, innit

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 No.1085546

>>1085545

as an added bonus we should get away with Pentium MMX 233 systems, meaning no Spectre/Meltdown vulnerabilities to begin with

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 No.1085548

>>1085546

Might wanna go with a Z5xx Atom instead, they've got IOE. It does have HT though which might be a issue if you're _that_ paranoid.

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 No.1085553

>>1085545

>Let's all revert to Win95 and Office 97 then, no issues there

Office 97 would probably be fine if you could backport .docx support, or get some small external utility to convert back and forth from doc to docx as needed.

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 No.1085554

>>1085435

>you can have 24GB of VRAM on XP

probably can have 48 or maybe even 96 GB, assuming you have the spare pcie slots for it. i dont think workstation tasks like rendering rely on sli support

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 No.1085563

Wow, OP that's extra impressive that you connected that to the internet. I have something like that, that's about as old but I haven't got it connected to the internet, and use DOS on it offline. :O

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 No.1085566

>>1084866

>a lot of PCIe 2-3 for routing, tv, soundcard and probably a shitty amd gpu that has a foid on it. Which mobo should i seek for?

Dunno if it is helpful, what I once had was an AMD Athlon II X4 CPU Socket AM2, AMD 785G+SB710 chipset ATX mobo iirc.

Such should still be good for a server / NAS too. Needed to check its specs first, been long time now, guess 2008 or sth.

Had got an Asrock A785GXH mobo (checked), very stable, which had:

>1x PEG slot, extra graphics.

Onboard graphics should suffice for server/NAS. Alternatively for fast SATA3 multi-connector adapter card.

If you need modern graphics card with hardware support for codecs you could prob buy one. nth fancy.

Entry lvl card that does h.265 a.o. modern codecs, to use it for newest media. RTX 3050 or lower, or similar by AMD

>1x PCIe x4 slot (back in the days all were PCIe v. 2).

Combine it with PCIe x4 network card, e.g. a Startech ST1000SPEX42 4x Gb Ethernet or similar, add 4 network interfaces.

But beware those multi-connector cards can be costly. Alternatively SATA3+USB3.0 combo adapter card..

>1x PCIe x1 slot @500 MB

Good for USB3.0, 2 to 3 connector card (one to front, should suffice.) Alternatively SATA3+USB3.0 combo adapter card,

sth like Transcend TS-PDC3 Combo (2x USB3.0, 2x SATA3.), or Gb Ethernet card with 2 connectors.

>1x GbE network interface extra onboard.

So you can try to combine for what you need:

PCIe x1 network card (usually 2 plugs) and 1 onboard, plus PCIe x4 SATA3/USB3 combo card (handful fast connects extra)

Or other way, up to 4 network connects and 1 onboard, plus PCIe x1 SATA3/USB3 combo card (a few fast connects extra)

Else:

>2x PCI slots, for older TV card and soundcard.

>Some USB2 plugs onboard

If you got a TV or soundcard with USB2 interface. Also still good enough for cableless headphones I guess.

Internally:

>6x SATA2 connectors @300 MB (still enough, you can create software RAID I guess, with e.g. 4 drives. I did never.)

>1x PATA/EIDE connector @133 MB (I bought mobo actually for backwards compatibility, for BD drive, old hard disks.)

Check the layout so you get an idea what you want to look out for - www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/A785GXH128M/index.asp

I'd say look for sth like this, or next gen (AM3, PCIe v. 3), should be what you want. Also without older interfaces if you wish.

PCIe x4 is worth it if you need a bunch of plugs, you can add them with one card. Better than having 2 to 3 separate cards.

Win 7+8 drivers were generally available afaik. And Win 10 should run, a new graphics card with newest drivers oc.

Linux will swallow such old hardware, should give no probs. Maybe with new graphics card, takes time for full support.

Hope that helps, hf seeking.

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 No.1085568

>>1085563

That's nothing, I have a 486 notebook with WLAN and Win95.

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 No.1085577

>>1085568

>>1085563

websites now require obscene amount of scripting to function and TLS 1.2 to even connect

so forget about browsing on really old computers/OSes

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 No.1085578

>>1085577

True that, modern web standards can go fuck themselves.

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 No.1085585

>>1084862

So I tried that chinkshit M.2-IDE adapter with a 860 Evo M.2 drive I had laying around. It seems to work fine.

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 No.1085601

God damn what the fuck happened to YT? I remember browsing it in 2012 on a Pentium M (!) laptop and it worked great. I tried doing the same in 2020 and I had to:

>install FF52

>install uBlock

>and even then it ran like shit

What the fuck went wrong with the internet? Pajeets?

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 No.1085643

>>1085601

>not realizing the amount of javascript bloat raised at leased fivefold since 2012

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 No.1085653

>>1085643

Seems like it.

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 No.1085678

>>1085643

That's why old Atom netbooks from a decade ago are about useless for web browsing these days as well

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 No.1085680

>>1085678

Except those were fucking useless from day one.

>shit drivers because lol Intel

>In-order execution which makes them slow as shit (Spectre proof though)

>low amounts of RAM even back then

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 No.1085696

>>1085680

>shit drivers because lol Intel

I've seen worse than that, it's mostly the OEM who didn't bother to release any driver updates

>In-order execution which makes them slow as shit (Spectre proof though)

iirc the old Atoms are not prone to Meltdown specificaly, but not immune to Spectre in general

>low amounts of RAM even back then

2 GB DDR2 outta be enough for anybody back then

Anyway, were they lower performance than a 1.4 GHz Pentium III build which is so sought after by retrofags?

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 No.1086211

>>1084629

Fixed it with good old HijackThis, it was a program that complained about a missing SMB share apparently.

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 No.1086421

PSA: if you own a Dell Inspiron, Latitude or Precision like I have in the OP, REMOVE THE CMOS BATTERY IN THE PALMREST!

They're NiMH and infamous for leaking. On my M40 it leaked slightly and nearly fucked up the connector. You'll keep your BIOS settings if you have a working main battery.

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