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EternalSkullman

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  • Birthday 03/11/2000

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  1. My main machine. Surprisingly good at editing with Vegas Pro 16, despite the GPU being pretty old. -Intel Core i5 3470, OC'd to 3.6GHz -16GB DDR3-1600 -EKL Cooler -Gigabyte B75M-D3H motherboard -Gigabyte GTX650 1GB GDDR5 non-Ti variant -Fortron-Source Bluestorm II 500W (recapped) -Winfast PxDVR3200H PCI-E TV Tuner -Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer SB0730 PCI sound card -Samsung SH-224DB DVD-RW burner -2x1TB Seagate ST31000340NS Barracuda ES.2 (one is retail, the other is a IBM ThinkServer OEM) - a rather sturdy Delux MG760 case that originally housed a ECS KT600 based Sempron machine with a less than ideal PSU.
  2. Hello from Romania! Was lurking MSFN Forums for a few years already, and have already learnt about stuff like the Ultimate Win98 CD (which was incredibly helpful for a handful number of i440LX and VIA693/694 builds) as well as the widely known KernelEX. Love to tinker with retro machines, and as such, have managed to build a broad range of machines. Socket 7, Slot 1, Slot A, Socket 462, Socket 370, you name it. Didn't get a 486 working yet (though I have at least three of them - a DX50, a DX2-66 and some Cyrix that the model escapes my mind now) because of those pesky and nasty barrel batteries, but I do have some rather "exotic" (if you can call them as such) Slot 1 and Slot A builds - one is a Soyo 6BA+IV based Glide machine (with a Voodoo3 no less) and the other is a EpoX EP-7KXA machine sporting a Thunderbird 750MHz (with a nice golden Geforce 4 MX440SE). Am looking forward learning more from your forums, and possibly share some of my findings in matters of retro hardware as well.


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