Unfortunately is just a stupid piece of hardware designed by marketing. So you can see why became the popular one. Nowadays, I pretty much use it as my DirectX 8 rig. Some sort of short. I doubt that they did though. Did they find a solution to breaking the mb barrier they are not sharing? Board arrived, installed it, discovered that something was wrong with the keyboard port.
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I tried playing Guild Wars on it and it was swapping like crazy.
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Nowadays, I pretty much use it as my DirectX 8 rig. Unfortunately is just a stupid piece of hardware designed by marketing. Users browsing this forum: I noticed that there was some goo on the mobo in a few spots.
SiSoft Sandra etc comes to mind as bench utils. There is no material that is knowingly illegal chipaet. It’s just disgusting to see Intel manipulate things like that.
The problem is that the 3rd parties can’t make a chipset like Intel can.
i815 B-Step Tualatin Motherboard Roundup – July 2001
Board index All times are UTC. Most directx 8 games didn’t need more than MB. The only downside of the thing was that the USB controller had some issue that made USB usage a pain especially my scanner ha problems all the time.
I have chipsdt GeForce 4 Ti in it which rounds out the 3D side nicely. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. For example, a Thermaltake Pipe fits fine!!
Third parties came to the rescue there too. Adds catchy Evil Inside emblem too. Ridiculous considering BX can do 1GB. I thus proceeded to give the board my usual dirty PC hardware bath in cgipset water and dish soap. I suspect that the previous owner spilled something on it yum.
I was thinking about throwing the board into the garbage can and get something recent, but i guess after reading this i’ll keep it and maybe build a retro machine.
It’s good for 4GB. My Mhz had the cooler already attached, so i never had to fiddle with cooling.
What is the difference between the Asus Tusl2 and tusl2-c – Ars Technica OpenForum
So far, I am quite pleased. Some sort of short. I don’t use it that much, anymore, but I can’t bear to part with it either. Found one on fleabay and bought it. I don’t plan on playing games that need that much RAM. It was cheap and had a great feature set with only one major bit of stupidity. Board arrived, installed it, discovered that something was wrong with the keyboard port. Tualatin chips run cool. With XP, it’s pretty easy to come up with something that will eat up all MB.
Fixed it up good. Stock BIOS forces some reductions when you overclock.
Did they find a solution to breaking the mb barrier they are not sharing?