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DOS and 9X/ME on Z170 Test

If you are a Windows 98 or ME user how important is it for you to run this on a modern chipset Z170/Z270 or AM4 socket MB?  

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  1. 1. If you are a Windows 98 or ME user how important is it for you to run this on a modern chipset Z170/Z270 or AM4 socket MB?

    • Not important
    • Somewhat important
      0
    • I don't care if it happens or not
    • I want it but not enough to pay for it
    • I need it and willing to pay for it


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Math was only one consideration. I also wanted to have at least one modern Intel system to test my Products on rather than relying on others to test for me.
I already completed the Math run on the SLI Krait. Scaling it up further would require a dual Socket Opteron Motherboard with 4 times the performance of the Threadripper.
This would cost thousands of dollars in electricity to run, so I have no plans to do so.

I'm not sure if GPUs are amenable to this type of Math problem.

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