New Shit.

If you’ve got a sec, check out my little accordian-type interface for the shit to the right — took me a freakin’ day to code that crap, so you better have fun with it!

Once you load the Moblog object, it gets kind of screwy, but I’m working on it.

In other news, I’m installing WoW on my gaming PC as I speak! I finally got it up and running, thanks to the honest-to-goodness 256 MB Low-Density SDRAM chip that I got from StarMicro.net — in case your wondering what the hell that is (and you probably are), it’s a special type of RAM that’s not even made any more that’s required if you want to use larger chips (such as 256 MB ones) in a select few older motherboards (like the one I’m currently building with). They’re hard as hell to track down, and when you do, they’re usually found with sky-high prices, so I really, really lucked out when I found this one for only $22.

Although, I’ve been having a bit of trouble getting the system running stable at anything above a 100 Mhz FSB (the “FSB” is the “highway” that all your little computer bips and bops on the motherboard communicate to each other with). My brother, Thomas the Mighty, had success running this motherboard as high as 124 Mhz, so I’m still at a loss as to what I’m doing wrong… but, there’s lots of variables that are different in my case: different RAM, different CPU, different GPU, you name it.

Well, even with its Tualatin CPU running at 1300 Mhz, it’s still a bit faster than my laptop, so off I go to play!

4 thoughts on “New Shit.”

  1. You should see if you can clock the 1.2GHz Tualatin up to 1.5GHz. I ran into problems running WoW but that might have been the RAM I was using. With RAM you just bought it may be able to run fine at 124MHz FSB.

  2. You should see if you can clock the 1.2GHz Tualatin up to 1.5GHz. I ran into problems running WoW but that might have been the RAM I was using. With RAM you just bought it may be able to run fine at 124MHz FSB.

  3. I’ll give it a try — I think I tried it earlier on, but it wouldn’t boot into Windows, but I could’ve been doing something wrong!

  4. I’ll give it a try — I think I tried it earlier on, but it wouldn’t boot into Windows, but I could’ve been doing something wrong!

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