What type of hardware are you using?
Scott T. Hildreth
shildreth at allantgroup.com
Thu Jan 12 06:46:31 PST 2006
Well, I couldn't help myself. I bought a new board and Celeron D
2.93 GHz last night. Only $60 after rebates, figured I couldn't
go wrong for that price. Will put it in this weekend, that should
eliminate the slowness....I hope :-).
On Thu, 2006-01-12 at 11:36 +0800, Erich Dollansky wrote:
> Scott T. Hildreth wrote:
> > On Thu, 2006-01-12 at 00:32 +0800, Erich Dollansky wrote:
> >>Get an SMP machine when you upgrade. It will cost more but it will feel
> > Yeah, I thought about that, I may just go the cheaper route right now.
> keep the money in your wallet for the moment. I worked recently with a
> Pentium IV running at something above 3 GHz. The machine felt so slow
> even under low load.
> I use to upgrade since decades to leading edge hardware and keep it for
> a pretty long time. This saves me some money and a lot of time on the
> long term.
> I then get the itch when new hardware comes to the market. As long as
> the itch does not get to bad, I stick with the old one. The current one
> I got 2001.
Scott T. Hildreth <shildreth at allantgroup.com>
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