Re: You're not alone

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Subject: Re: You're not alone
Name: Connie
Date: 1/24/2006 8:34:55 AM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: You're not alone posted by Bob

Ick Celeron 300A's. Stayed away from them and ran K62's. Had only one Celeron Machine and it's come back to haunt me and now my 5 year old Grandson has it. 333 MZ Celeron that would not overclock.

First was the Packard Hell DX266, then a K6-233, then K62-300 (Littlefoot), a K62-300 OC'd to 400 (Still running at my Mother in Law's on a FIC 503+) Some K62-500's, K7 Classics(The Step Thermo and an 800MZ), a couple of Duron machines and then these two Throughbreds I have now. But have built 1 A64 for a Grandson and a Sempron Machine for my Granddaughter and Andy built the Socket 939 A64(Winchester core) rig. That was an easy build.

The oldest one I ever tried was a hand held Hewlet Packard something or other back in the early 80's.
Was before 1984 probably just before my oldest boy graduated from college so maybe 1982? No monitor, just a hand held dealie.

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