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DPAD cruncher back online

compudog

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After a few weeks of head scratching and switching around TeAm DC projects to find out which DC ran best on this rig (DPAD in this case...) I have another rig running DPAD 24/7. It won't do much, but the more the better! It's a Duron 1.4 (@1.8) on a KT400 running in my "crack-rack" sharing a shelf with two mobo's running SETI. Text
 

amdxborg

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You know that every cruncher helps...:D Cool pick, I like the big ninja star to the left...;)
 

Zbox

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And there was much jubilation among the tantalum rod proponents. :beer:
 

compudog

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The "Ninja Star" is actually a Crafstman clock I got a few years ago for my wood shop. The thing is, my two table saws and wood shaper are now PC workbenches. I can't say the last time I actually ran a power tool in my "wood" shop as I have no outlets free anymore...:eek:
 
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