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My constantly growing collection

misterx12886

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Dell Dimension 3000 (P4 2800)
Gateway "Performance" (PIII 700)
Hewlett Packard OmniBook 4150 (PII 333)
Gateway G6-300 (PII 300)
Gateway 2000 P5-133 (Pentium 133)
Micron Electronics ClientPro (Celeron 366)

Microsoft Xbox 360
Nintendo GameCube
Nintendo 64
Nintendo Entertainment System
Sega Saturn
Nintendo Game Boy
Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP
 

dreddnott

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The NES might qualify as vintage...I'm pretty sure the rule of thumb around here to qualify is 486 and lower (or was it just lower than 486? or pre-1990?).

Welcome to the forums, anyhow!
 

carlsson

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Even if most of the stuff is fairly recent, it shows an ambition not to throw away the old stuff whenever a newer model comes along. A good start, which could lead to picking up even older stuff with some helpful pointers.

(or of course, in ten years from now, most of those fairly recent computers and video games will have the same age as a PS/2 or early Power Macintosh has today, whether you like it or not)
 

CP/M User

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dreddnott wrote:

> The NES might qualify as vintage...I'm pretty sure
> the rule of thumb around here to qualify is 486 and
> lower (or was it just lower than 486? or pre-1990?).

Oh Gawd, not that ol' Debarticle - there's people who don't
think 32bit processors don't have a place here!

Perhaps the Z80 is too modern as well?

Long live the Abacus! :-D

CP/M User.
 

CP/M User

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misterx12886 wrote:

> Dell Dimension 3000 (P4 2800)
> Gateway "Performance" (PIII 700)
> Hewlett Packard OmniBook 4150 (PII 333)
> Gateway G6-300 (PII 300)
> Gateway 2000 P5-133 (Pentium 133)
> Micron Electronics ClientPro (Celeron 366)

Sorry they don't count!

CP/M User.
 

DoctorPepper

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Hey CP/M:

How about my Sun Ultra 5 workstation? ;-)

Just kidding. Remember the words of a very wise friend of mine:

"It's all good!"


CP/M User said:
misterx12886 wrote:

> Dell Dimension 3000 (P4 2800)
> Gateway "Performance" (PIII 700)
> Hewlett Packard OmniBook 4150 (PII 333)
> Gateway G6-300 (PII 300)
> Gateway 2000 P5-133 (Pentium 133)
> Micron Electronics ClientPro (Celeron 366)

Sorry they don't count!

CP/M User.
 

CP/M User

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DoctorPepper wrote:

> How about my Sun Ultra 5 workstation? ;-)

Sounds Different - Different is good! ;-)

> Just kidding. Remember the words of a very wise
> friend of mine:

> "It's all good!"

Hmmm.

I should give you credit - I thought you had more posts than
what you do, sorry about that!
I'm just some nobody with a lot of posts running second - ah,
might as well hand it over to Carlsson! :-D

CP/M User.
 

DoctorPepper

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I've been a member of this forum for over three years now, I just don't post very often, preferring to "lurk" in the background reading your posts :)

CP/M User said:

Hmmm.

I should give you credit - I thought you had more posts than
what you do, sorry about that!
I'm just some nobody with a lot of posts running second - ah,
might as well hand it over to Carlsson! :-D

CP/M User.
 

carlsson

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CP/M User said:
I'm just some nobody with a lot of posts running second - ah, might as well hand it over to Carlsson! :-D
Actually, I have recently refrained from posting into several topics where I could not contribute anything important.
 

CP/M User

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carlsson wrote:

> Actually, I have recently refrained from posting into
> several topics where I could not contribute anything
> important.

Ah yeah, well that's happening all the time (to everyone,
except Terry for some reason - who gone into Warp)! :-D

CP/M User.
 

CP/M User

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DoctorPepper wrote:

> I generally try not to post when I can't add anything
> of substance. Except for this one of course!

Ah yes, of course. I always considered my first 100 posts to
be quite informative & interesting (well some of them
certainally are) - unfortunately like everything else the
rantings & ravings come in & your virtually posting blanks.

CP/M User.
 
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