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Old 2004-08-23, 14:41   #5
Doorbasher
 
Aug 2004

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Well, I'm a 17-year-old nerd that lives in his parents' basement. I've accumulated some 16 computers over the years, and my parents give me pretty much free reign over how much electricity I use.

I'm thinking that the 486DX just dosent have the memory, and the other one dosent have the FPU. The Pentium 60 is still possible though, but it has that bug. Does anyone know either of a workaround for it, or if Prime95 (or perhaps the factoring program they use in Operation Billion Digits) uses floating point? Even if it dosent I'm going to ty and get my dual Pentium 120s working on that project, once I can get it to see it's hard drives.
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