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Old October 21st 03, 10:32 AM
Studio
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Default k6-2 and p5ab slow problem

I have assembled a pc with old components.
I put an amd k6-2 450 mhz on a asus p5a-b.
The system is slow (200 mips with sandra 2000), i found a lot of old
discussion in this newsgroup about the problem between asus p5a and amd k6-2
400 mhz.

Anyone have fixed this issue?



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Old October 26th 03, 05:40 AM
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BigS:

Nope --- it's dog_slow. Other hand --- it WILL taken a GF2 vidcard, and
that busmaster_isa slot can sure come in handy for old SCSI controllers
.... saved my azz and venerable Nikon_Koolscan(10)! digitizer.

ray hartman
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Studio wrote:

I have assembled a pc with old components.
I put an amd k6-2 450 mhz on a asus p5a-b.
The system is slow (200 mips with sandra 2000), i found a lot of old
discussion in this newsgroup about the problem between asus p5a and amd k6-2

400 mhz.

Anyone have fixed this issue?





 




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