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Everything posted by GamexFr34k
I am not familiar with RD ram.... was it something between pc133 and DDR1 ram?
From what I remember the computer i played on from back in the day, played all these games with no issues, and i kinda want something that will run these games still but was considered BEST of the BEST yknow at the time, just because i can not that its required or needed, I called my dad and asked him if he could remember. ( sorry this might be a lengthy reply) mobo: unknown (i know it was a biostar) CPU: Amd Slot A Socket 800mhz Ram 128mb-256mb SD ram he couldn't remember exact GPU 128mb Nvidia Diamond brand PCI graphics card (upgraded in 2001 when asherons call dark majesty expansion was released) (originally came with a nvidia geforce 2 64mb pci card ) The games i remember playing or seen my dad playing on this machine with no issues with speed long after the graphics card upgrade Sim tower, Commander Keen Goodbye Galaxy, 7th Guest, 11th Hour, Myst, Riven, Myst III, Diablo, Diablo II, Chasm the Rift, Doom, Doom 2, Wolfenstien 3D, Return to Castle Wolfenstien, American Mcgee's Alice, The Elder scrolls III morrowind, Beavis and butthead virtual stupidity, Revolt, Resident Evil 1, 2, 3, Tomb Raider, 1,2,3,4,5, Final fantasy VII,VIII, IX, Anarchy Online, City of Hereos, Asherons Call, Dark Age of Camelot, Ever Quest, The Sims, C&C Renegade, tiberian sun, red alert and red alert 2, war craft I,II,III, star craft, Quake, Quake 2 quake 3, duke nukem 3D, Need for Speed, Star, Need for Speed Porsche unleashed, Need for speed Hot pursuit, need for speed High Stakes, Seige: Tribes, Tribes 2, Star wars Jedi Outcast, Jedi Outcast II, The Sims. and not to dog on voodoo or anything, but we never had a voodoo card, and i was able to play all those games with out issues, and we had what you could consider a budget PC back in 99, 2000, andd from what i understand 3dfx around that time i had this computer was already in nvidia's hands, Games that worked but, ran either slow or fast. also games i'm not to worried about playing on this machine The first Command and Conquer ran fast, Sims 2 had to do some sort of trickery to run, but very long load times but once done played just fine, Fable the lost Chapters ran only in lowest Setting, Halo ran in medium settings, Halo II ran in lowest settings, long load times, considered playable crashed a lot , Need for Speed underground, ran in lowest settings, some times hiccuped or once and a while crashed. and going by your' guy's info, and the info i got from my dad, in order to have a similar experience, but have something that would have been considered top notch of that time, this is what i should prob go with. CPU: Pentium 3 1.0Ghz MOBO Socket 370 Motherboard with AGP Ram 1 stick of 512mb of 133 sd ram Geforce 5700 128mb
thank you :). yes very much so, mainly with sony and nintendo, NES and PS1 to current,also have genesis, xbox and xbox 360, the xbone lacks a lot of exclusives, i can just play it on my current PC, ps4 has some nice exclusives though specially in RPGS. PC gaming has been apart of my life too since i was 3, on dos and windows 3.1, but, my dad was, and still is a big computer guy, we had a 386, and he taught me how to do dos commands at a very young age, but my fondest memories in when we had a windows 98 Machine.
Hello I am looking to get into gaming on a 98se machine, I remember playing games like, Diablo/Diablo II, Morrowind, Black and White, Commander Keen, Sim Tower, Doom/Doom2, Wolfenstien 3D, American Magee's Alice, Vampire Last Masquerade: Bloodlines, Final Fantasy VII/VIII/IX, 7th Guest, 11th hour, Myst, duke Nukem, ReVolt, Beavis and Butthead Virtual Stupidity, i could go on. I have a stack of games from the hay day of PC gaming, before everything got released on everything, and i played all these games on a windows 98se Machine my parents had, but i have no memory of how powerful the system was. I know we had a 128mb graphics diamond card, and a soundblaster audio card, but that is as far as i remember. I took it among my self to research, and came up with a build, i know some people will say emulate, or just buy a p3 or p4 computer off ebay, but i want to have the enjoyment of building systems, and considering i was too young to build a 98 machine, i figured any time but now would be the best time. I just would like to know what people think of this build, and how well it would work, i believe the oldest game ill be playing is commander keen, which was a 91 title, i remember having to go into Dos Prompt to run it, and vampire the last masquerade bloodlines, which was released in 2004, i know some of these can be played with in windows 10 with mods, and steam and what not, but non the less id like to play these games on a 98 machine. I didn't get a XP machine til 2005 (that i built i was 17), so i just have a lot of memories with gaming on a 98 machine. i had XP till 7 came out, but that is the time i was mostly doing console gaming, and really didn't pc game again till i got win 7, just to realize all my old games except morrowind, didn't work, so i don' t have a whole lot of Windows XP memories besides my space youtube, maybe some Console Emulation, but i have all those consoles and games back from my childhood, the only thing missing is a 98 machine. and here is what i came up with, and would like some opinions please. my PC knowledge besides playing games from this era is slim to non. ASRock P4I65GV , Socket 478 2.0 GHz P4 Socket 478 CPU. 400 MHz Bus Crucial (2x256MB) PC-3200 512 MB DIMM 400 MHz DDR Memory EVGA GeForce 6200 256MB DDR2 AGP Graphics Card https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAAEE3ZZ6288 Hard Drive https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817703034 PSU https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16821121001 Floppy Drive https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA9PV3Y37398 CD/DVD Drive (dvd is not really needed) https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16811144296 Case (maybe ugly but will be easy to stash behind monitor) https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA6J35NX0371 CPU Cooler I just hope this isn't too powerful to run some of the older games, but it is pretty much max of what windows 98se can handle, i know the diamond 128 graphics card was a PCI card, and not AGP, and if i remeber right we had only a 40gb hard drive, Ram i am really unsure how much ram we had, and i know we didn't have a p4, we had i believe what ever AMD around P3 or P4 Equivalent, i believe it was p3 thought, because if i remember right after building my XP machine in 2005, i had cheaper end parts, it only cost me some where around 500-600 dollars at microcenter to build it, and after my dad seeing what XP was like on my system, he went out and got a copy, and it wouldn't on his system (the system i grew up playing on), he had to build a whole new machine because of something to do with the cpu and ram or something along the lines.