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  1. If I'm reading this all correct other similar...

    If I'm reading this all correct other similar options are a Warpspeed cart or clone and JiffyDOS roms. Something along those lines are mandatory when using a c64. Loading stuff from disk (or...
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    That comment was *not* directed at you. Stone as...

    That comment was *not* directed at you. Stone as usual had to put his abyssmal 2 cents in.
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    My goal wasn't to achieve extra performance. My...

    My goal wasn't to achieve extra performance. My goal was to use the memory hopefully in another build. I freaking know this is an ultra low budget build, don't know why I needed to be reminded of...
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    I realize that faster memory will run at the...

    I realize that faster memory will run at the maximum speed the mobo supports. But I truly appreciate the effoet dabone.
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    Does the processor matter with regard to *memory...

    Does the processor matter with regard to *memory speeds*. The post is about. *memory*. Maybe in your next life you'll develop better reading comprehension skills.
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    So no attempt is made to answer *any* of my...

    So no attempt is made to answer *any* of my questions. Why did I bother.
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    Asus B250 Mining Expert (19 pci-e slots,...

    Asus B250 Mining Expert (19 pci-e slots, lga1151).

    Celeron g3930, heatsink supplied as well as sticky thermal pads.

    CRUCIAL BY MICRON - DRAM CT4G4DFS824A 4GB PC4-192000 2400 DDR4 288PIN DIMM ....
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    fast ddr4 in slow motherboards

    What's your experience? For a rated speed, the voltage is always the same? I've only seen 1.2v for 2400mhz ram thus far as an example.

    For this silly little build I just went with the rated speed,...
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    You may not be aware, but the unit does sport an...

    You may not be aware, but the unit does sport an 8088 and other associated logic. Theee ia only one asic, one too many of course. If yours works try booting it with a doa disk.
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    Which speaks to the question of why there isn't a...

    Which speaks to the question of why there isn't a dos forum in espanole. Bahahahahahahahaha
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    It's unfortunate, as it makes it uncollectible to...

    It's unfortunate, as it makes it uncollectible to me, even though I've had a hankering for one for a long time. A hell of a lot more stylish then the Peanut. In fact it looks better then most of what...
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    That thing has at least 6 ugly ugly asics. And...

    That thing has at least 6 ugly ugly asics. And pads for 2 more. They look like demonic little spiders to me. Yuck.
  13. Thread: Intel SDK-86

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    The board I had was pretty small as I recall....

    The board I had was pretty small as I recall. Bigger then an Ampro but not a lot. I want to say it had an 80186. Pretty sure. But some spurious notion tells me it may have been an 80c186.
  14. Thread: Intel SDK-86

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    I think I have a rom based FORTH for an 80188...

    I think I have a rom based FORTH for an 80188 robot brain. I need to inspect those images I was sent (and build that darn board).
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    Could be as I already have 1. May have access to...

    Could be as I already have 1. May have access to another besides.

    I don't have disks either :(
  16. Thread: Intel SDK-86

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    The 80188/86 is more interesting to me. I had an...

    The 80188/86 is more interesting to me. I had an Intel rvaluation board years ago that I sold for some strange reason. The thing about the SDK-86 is at least a few texts are based on it.

    There's...
  17. Thread: Intel SDK-86

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    Intel SDK-86

    Anyone familiar with it? Anyone have one? I was curious of the possibility of cloning it. They're not terribly uncommon. The last one went for ~118$. Not horrible but I buy more then I should as it...
  18. Thread: Tandy 4000

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    Did she have 2? Either that or she lowered the...

    Did she have 2? Either that or she lowered the initial to to 5$. I won it for 26$. Plus shipping of course.

    I looked, she had another complete 1, started at.99.

    Something tells me the mobo...
  19. Thread: Tandy 4000

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    Wow I had no idea. I had suspected they'd take...

    Wow I had no idea. I had suspected they'd take the same mobo even. Shoot so I bought that case for no good reason. I gueas I could stick anything I want in it though.
  20. Thread: Tandy 4000

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    Tandy 4000

    Is it's case identical to the 3000hl's? What about the p/s?
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    Even the 8088 and 8086 have queues. The 186 is...

    Even the 8088 and 8086 have queues. The 186 is not unique in that regard. In fact the 186 and 8086 have the same size queue.
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    None of them work. They're all broken. Remember?

    None of them work. They're all broken. Remember?
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    It's not a "broken" machine in any sense. It...

    It's not a "broken" machine in any sense. It served admirably in their back offices for years. It was only intended to be pc compatible, for the 500th time, at the bios and ms-dos function call...
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    I never said anything to the effect that it was...

    I never said anything to the effect that it was "crippled". It's a chip with onboard peripherals, that the 8088/86/286 do not have, and you may achieve something in the way of optimization by...
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    I don't recall saying the 80186 was slowed down...

    I don't recall saying the 80186 was slowed down by anything. Or the Tandy 2000 was slower due to any design specifics. The bulk of the 2000s functionality is based on externals. The 80186/88 is found...
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