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05-28-05, 02:11 PM #1
What do you do with your pentium classic system ?
As stated-- every enthuiast has a pentium classic somewhere in their grasp, do you use it ? keep it around as a trophy piece ?
I have a 200mhz HP, and it's got USB! - It's my wireless print server.
05-28-05, 02:24 PM #2
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Mine is in a dumpster. The cpu is being sold.
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05-28-05, 02:32 PM #3
No pent's left at my house. Oldest PC I have is my PII 400mhz that is used as a file server. I ditched all my Pentiums about a year ago. Had too many of them and not enough time to do anything with them. Just picked up a PIII to replace my fileserver.
05-28-05, 02:46 PM #4
05-28-05, 03:14 PM #5
Don't have a Pentium systems but when i get a hold of an older rig its going to be used as a gateway/proxy/cache/firewallDavid J. Nelson MChem(Edin) PhD(Strath) MRSC [ResearcherID: D-3927-2011] [Google Scholar]
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05-28-05, 11:49 PM #6
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its the open backyard rusting
its a home for spiders, ants, etc
05-29-05, 03:06 AM #7
I've got an old Penium P55C 166Mhz, using it as an FTP server
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05-29-05, 09:02 AM #8
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05-29-05, 09:16 AM #9
Blowtorch the cpu and cut off the pins for a keychain
Cut the motherboard up into beermats
05-29-05, 09:26 AM #10
05-29-05, 10:34 AM #11
Hmm, my first computer was an AMD K6 450 (Compaq Presario 5440, the reason why I wouldn't do my life all over again), I'll shut up now.I used to like PC's then I got a mac. Then I forgot how to use PC's and I feel stupider. I think its time to brush up on my computer skills.
05-29-05, 02:21 PM #12
05-29-05, 02:45 PM #13
We gave our old 133 to my grandparents, though I think they are a bit scared to use it, so it just sits there...
05-29-05, 03:38 PM #14Originally Posted by lincolnompa
05-29-05, 03:42 PM #15
hah - the prize goes to the guy that's housing the insects
05-29-05, 03:59 PM #16
Netstumbling using a Motorola USB adapter attached to a 233MHz Pentium MMX.
05-29-05, 04:38 PM #17
gave it to this guy who couldn't afford a pc
all other pentiums i get, i steal any fans in 'em then trash 'em
oh, i also take the heatsinks off the procs