I wonder what Speccy would show. Posted on May 22, 2023 by Anonymous I wonder what Speccy would show.
Isn't speccy dead? Should be using HWinfo
>Buy popular software maker because you think you can somehow turn users of a program only used because it's free into paying customers
>Realize no one has any reason to upgrade to the pro version unless you made the free one useless
>Stop maintaining the program and just let all the money go to waste
good to know
>how to make your DRAM controller hate you
Laptop memory is the exact same shit as desktop memory, only using a different form factor. It will work fine.
>rubbing hands money symbol
>trying to save money on DDR3
It depends on how much latency the adapter introduces and how well the controller can cope. It will probably work, but with slightly worse performance.
It's literally just connecting the traces. There's no "adapting" happening, same with M.2 NVME to PCI-Express
>It's literally just connecting the traces. There's no "adapting" happening, same with M.2 NVME to PCI-Express
Nobody tell him lmao
LUV ME SPECCY
i wonder what CrystaliskMark would show
that thing and an a1 sd card is probably enoguh for an old pentium
that's actually what i was thinking about. Putting a high-endurance tf card in one of these and then installing it into a really old StinkPad 560x and installing FreeDOS on it.
i still use my p4 bc of the native serial port, for the telescope and some random lab and machinery equipment.
based native serial port, telescope, and random lab equipment enjoyer. post pics if possible.
i am far from my village right now, and i don't have any equipment worth showing, i am still a tenatnt, barely have my own "lab", but i have used it to check the old electronic scale of a family member, some old cnc machine, and to interact with some random electronics, instead of shitty usb converters.
You can get old equipment for really cheap if you are willing to use the old serial or parallel ports, but is not easy to look for them. Some days ago i was thinking into getting an old osciloscope that used a paralel port, but
my computerized telescope is a basic skywatcher mak unit, see picrel for the model in which i used it to upgrade the controller, or to bypass it completely. Even the good usb to serial converters like the ones based on the ftdi can give you problems.
next time i get a new computer i will look that the mobo has at least one real serial connector, even if its not in the io plate.
fuck i didn't finish talking about the osciloscope
but even if it looked really nice, and cheapish, i don't have enough space to put it.
I got one of those for a P1 MMX machine and it's fucking shit, sometimes just refuses to boot for no reason. Went back to CF-to-IDE adapters.
nigga just buy a CF card
are they as durable as as those high-endurance TF cards, or are HETF cards a meme? Plus, the adapter has to fit inside the footprint of a 2.5" IDE drive, and those CF card are pricey compared to TF or SD cards of the same capacity.
there's no such thing as a "high endurance" sd card retard, they all fail within weeks if you put heavy loads on them.
now if you're just running msdos on it then that wouldn't be a heavy load. but then again, the high capacity of a sd card wouldn't really play well with it anyway so just get a 512mb cf card and be done with it.
I wanna see a PC that has the most adapters possible
GPU that's plugged in via an AGP to PCI adapter that's hooked to a PCI to PCIe adapter
One of those weird chinese laptop chips with a built-in desktop socket adapter
Storage is IDE hooked up to a IDE-SATA adapter plugged into a m.2 to SATA raid card
AT power supply with an ATX adapter
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I have one of these, it just shows up exactly the same as it does in a laptop. The connector and width of the stick are the only differences between laptop and desktop DDR3. It's electrically and logically the same thing.