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Author Topic:   Nvidia Luvin
Kaeto
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posted July 31, 2000 10:48 PM            
http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/00q3/000705/geforce2-01.html

I want me one!
For those of you to lazy to read the link, some company has made the absolute most kick-butt card out there, with some REALLY sick 5ns DDR ram

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Cell
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posted August 01, 2000 06:40 AM         

[This message has been edited by Cell (edited March 02, 2002).]

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Kaeto
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posted August 01, 2000 09:11 AM            
Not surprising
I'm planning on gettting a GeForce soon myself... S2K has bad linux drivers... But I'm gonna just grab a GeForce 1 DDR...

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Dudymas
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posted August 02, 2000 02:03 AM            
HAHAHAHAHHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH, you think THAT'S a GOOD CARD, HUH....... i know what you need, a Wildcat 4210, it has, well, i can tell you this much, it takes three ports, a pci and 2 agp's, it has 256 meg ram, and it has a pricetag of about 4000, weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... that'll put a hole in your wallet, but not like those 14k headphones, SHeeeeeeeeeeeeeesh. Heyeeeeeeeee, LDA, would you let me borrow some money so i can FULLY test tread marks? trust me, I WILL, and i'll take a Wildcat 4110 if you won't buy the 4210. one thing though, you'll have to make a cookie monster flag too for me on Tread Marks... bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

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Dudymas
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posted August 02, 2000 02:14 AM            
otherwise settle for an Oxygen GVX210, weeeeeeeeeeeeee, that's fun too, but the wild cat is SOOOOOOOOOOOO much more pricey, why go for a whimpy oxygen bwahahahahhaahahahahahahhah. Here's the website for the wildcat (you should look at this FRIGGIN crasy thing, WHO WOULD EVER WANT anything more) : http://www.intense3d.com/4210/4210data.html

Check out the pic, 200 buck to the guy who guesses where the ram is, LOL:

Weeeeeeeee, now THAT'S a Video card, Kaeto, LOL. i wouldn't even plug it into my cpu, i wouldn't have room anyways, i'd mjust put it behind glass and kiss it every morning and lite incense in its chamber and...... oh sorry

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Cell
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posted August 02, 2000 05:33 AM         

[This message has been edited by Cell (edited March 02, 2002).]

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Kaeto
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posted August 02, 2000 02:11 PM            
Bah - Just grab one of those new SGI boxes with 512 CPUs and a few terrabytes of RAM
Or you could see how well TM runs on an S/390

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Dudymas
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posted August 02, 2000 04:31 PM            
I still want a $20k Unix workstation like what my uncle chuck works with, weeeeeeeeeeeee

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Kaeto
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posted August 03, 2000 09:20 AM            
20k? One of those SGI suckers is like 20 _MILLION_ :P
An S/390 seriously costs several hundred thousand...

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Dudymas
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posted August 03, 2000 06:55 PM            
where do you get those?

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Dudymas
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posted August 03, 2000 06:56 PM            
of course Kaeto has all of the unix workstations because kaeto is rich,

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Kaeto
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posted August 03, 2000 09:41 PM            
Umm, you get them from SGI and IBM, respectively...

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Dudymas
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posted August 04, 2000 02:54 PM            
hey, go here kaeto, you may like what you find if you haven't gone there before,


http://www.integraph.com/about/Index.asp

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Kaeto
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posted August 04, 2000 02:59 PM            
I already know who intergraph is...

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Dudymas
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posted August 04, 2000 03:08 PM            
I WANT this system, don't drool on the web-page........ check out the sick scsi drive, LOL, and the hard drive, grins... imagine what that thing could do when it is FULLY expanded, bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

btw, the place is iso 9000 approved, which means they SHOULD not have any CPU's that are bogged down by MS "software"
http://www.intergraph.com/ics/z/zx10133ts.asp

[This message has been edited by Dudymas (edited August 04, 2000).]

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Hawk
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posted August 04, 2000 03:17 PM            
Unfortunately they ARE stuck with Microsoft..

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The Zx10 ViZual Workstation™ with 133 MHz front side bus (FSB) delivers the highest
throughput and fastest system performance of
any Windows NT®/Windows® 2000 graphics
workstation.

Sad, eh?

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Kaeto
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posted August 04, 2000 03:22 PM            
Nope, Dudy, it runs windows. But on a S/390, some guy managed to start FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND copies of linux...

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Hawk
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posted August 04, 2000 08:54 PM            
...Why the heck would you want to run 45,000 different copies of Linux at once?

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say "YOU DIE FOR ALLAH!" in Arabic and fire an AK-47.

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Kaeto
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posted August 04, 2000 08:58 PM            
So you can spawn a new copy to handle each webserver request. So you can run 45,000 SETI clients and set a record. So you can run 45,000 copies of GLQuake. So you can have a simulated internet on one computer. So you can run ping (bad h4x0rs IP) 45,000 times at once...

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Dudymas
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posted August 06, 2000 01:15 AM            
LOL, so you can hear a voice say "Microsoft STINKS" 45,000 times all at once,

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