Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Balzak, Dec 24, 2002.
c'mon...out with it
My Windows 2000 server with Cisco Access Control Server (RADIUS + TACACS) running certificate services is a P2-233 with 128megs RAM.
Not THE weakest, but i just refurbed my 486/66 with 8mb RAM and a cornea searing 1mb video.
The Commodore 128 is next.
Dell optiplex G1 with my 2GIG hard drive hell yeah!!!!!
Pentium 90 laptop
24 megs ram, 870 MB hard drive
slower than a honda
Packard Bell 486DX
16 MB RAM
Eh, I still have my 386SX/16Mhz, 8MB of ram, 80MB hard drive...
been on this AMD-K6 233/ 32mb Ram/1.99 Gig HD since 997
this sucks for 2 more weeks
Dell Inspiron 8200. Not me either.
amd-k7 550mhz, 256mb ram, 20gb
i have an old 286 with the green monitor that still works its up in the attic though.....
not sure on the specs
i'm wondering who has the weakest computer and actually posts from it
this should be a banable offense.
Smartass pic for effect™
A buddy of mine just today found some sort of HP pavilion in the garage of the house he just moved into, it has a cd burner so it cant be that old, but he says it says CD WRITER on it real huge so it must be one of the first ones
I have a fully functional Apple II+... upgraded with 64K of RAM, and 3 floppy drives!
3 floppy drives, no shit? I wonder what that was useful for?
I have a TRS-80 that functioned as of 3 months ago. I think that probably makes me the winner. 4kb of ram. Little less than 2 MHz.
A TI-83 is more powerful.
one for running the operating system, one for running a program and maybe the other for saving a document to?
I do everything on me athlon xp 2600+ 384 mb ram. Serve, browse, watch, listen, talk compile... all at once when I'm that busy and can manage it myself. Also the odd game, got a radeon 9700 pro for that.
Infact it's running 2 operating systems via Xen virtualisation. Ubuntu 7.04 and rPath Linux which has all my servers configured this yonks (tis too hard to convert servers from one system setup to another, something I've ideas to fix in my super-package manager plan).
Works very dreamy.