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2018/03/13 12:12:17 (permalink)
Pretty self explanatory. What is the oldest piece of hardware in your computer?
Building my rig back in 2012, I'm still running a 3770k Ivy Bridge CPU (1155 socket) with an SLI set-up of Gigabyte GTX 670's...
Still rocking DDR3 memory as well.
Anything older than that? I'm free to open this up to any hardware you have lying around. Might make things more interesting.
 
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 12:20:23 (permalink)
    Oldest currently installed and running part (since 2005) is a Creative X-Fi card
     
    My entire rig (Mods Rigs) is from 2009 minus the DDR3 ram and 1080Ti SC2




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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 12:59:35 (permalink)
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 14:27:01 (permalink)
    My 240x30 raditor from the first water set up

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 14:59:46 (permalink)
    maniacvvv
    Oldest currently installed and running part (since 2005) is a Creative X-Fi card
     
    My entire rig (Mods Rigs) is from 2009 minus the DDR3 ram and 1080Ti SC2


    I just checked your rig out. Not bad for being built so long ago. Just googled what a i7 920 is.
    I've always considered getting a sound card, but I have a Fiio E10K dac that I already have.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 15:02:27 (permalink)
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    My 240x30 raditor from the first water set up


    I have yet to go to water cooling. Probably gonna start with an AIO though and work up to a custom loop after that.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 15:03:16 (permalink)
    My 900W UPS is from Jan. 2009.  My CM HafX case is from Oct. 2010.  Everything else is about 2 yrs old or newer...


     


     
     
     
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 15:12:46 (permalink)
    bdary
    My 900W UPS is from Jan. 2009.  My CM HafX case is from Oct. 2010.  Everything else is about 2 yrs old or newer...


    I still need to get myself a UPS. I have a normie surge protector but have been wanting to get one. Just need a reputable one without reviews stating they are going to catch on fire.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 15:15:28 (permalink)
    bdary
    My 900W UPS is from Jan. 2009.  My CM HafX case is from Oct. 2010.  Everything else is about 2 yrs old or newer...


    When I made my build initially, I had a NZXT switch 810 case. I recently got the hyper beast H440 case though when they became available since I didn't need such a large case. I like the art on it too.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 15:22:02 (permalink)
    Klipsch Pro-media 2.1 from 2004ish
     


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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 21:31:06 (permalink)
     
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 21:38:00 (permalink)
    I guess my old Logitech speakers. I don't give much thought to them really I guess. Then I also have a Blu-ray drive I bought an external encloser for to give me a way to play older games. 

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 22:06:39 (permalink)
     
    Difficult to say the oldest, but here are a couple of oldies I'm using:
     
     
    1) Logitech G15 keyboard.
     
    2) Logitech Z-5500 Speakers.
     
     

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 23:06:00 (permalink)
    wd 150g black hd from 06, still going strong.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 23:38:24 (permalink)
    I use an old AMD 2600 videocard in one of my servers and a 8800GT in another, rather than onboard video.
    Also use a x-fi sound card, i7-3970k, sniper DDR3 1866,
    Going to put back in service a couple 1tb IDE drives in a RAID for backups. Flat ribbon cables and all.

     
     
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/13 23:56:27 (permalink)
    Alienware TactX keyboard from 2010.

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 00:19:08 (permalink)
    Probably my hard drives. One day I'll replace them with SSDs if large size SSD prices will fall.

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 04:18:39 (permalink)
    I have a setup of a 486DX2 @ 66mhz running Windows 95.
    I love my 95 and DOS games.
    I still have the original DOS 31/2 disks

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 06:36:48 (permalink)
    Ultra x3 1000watt power supply. I think it's from 2008. It's been a real Workhorse and never had a problem.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 06:59:12 (permalink)
    Logitech 5.1 speakers...

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 08:03:36 (permalink)
    soybean
    wd 150g black hd from 06, still going strong.


    A hard drive lasting since 06 you say? I give you props for managing to keep it alive as long as you have.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 08:07:27 (permalink)
    bill1024
    I use an old AMD 2600 videocard in one of my servers and a 8800GT in another, rather than onboard video.
    Also use a x-fi sound card, i7-3970k, sniper DDR3 1866,
    Going to put back in service a couple 1tb IDE drives in a RAID for backups. Flat ribbon cables and all.


    I think it'd be nice to configure a raid set-up one of these days. Although I want the benefits of Raid 0 and 1. Not sure I'm ready to get two extra drives and raid hardware for a Raid 5 setup.
    Then again that's just my desktop so that might be overkill too. I've never had to deal with flat ribbon cables, only SATA.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/14 08:08:32 (permalink)
    phr0zo
    I have a setup of a 486DX2 @ 66mhz running Windows 95.
    I love my 95 and DOS games.
    I still have the original DOS 31/2 disks


    I bet you have some classics on there 
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/16 10:17:33 (permalink)
    i7-975 from 2009.  Currently in its second system.
     
    This weekend, the wife will retire an old HP IQ820 25" touchscreen AIO circa 2008.  Nothing wrong with it, other than just too darn slow in this day and age.


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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/16 10:39:50 (permalink)
    WD 2 TB Green for backups.
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/16 11:26:54 (permalink)
    the operator
     
    and the speakers are second

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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/16 22:59:48 (permalink)
    Most of pc is old here. Core 2 Quad9650 on Asus Maximus Formula whit 8 Gb G.Skill PC2-6400(400 MHz).
     
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    Re: Oldest Piece of Hardware in your Set-Up? 2018/03/17 09:48:42 (permalink)
    Hmm ok my turn :D
     
    Oldest piece of hardware in my setup currently is easy, its a Promise ATA66 Ultra card I use to connect IdE drives to my ryzen for data recovery, its tied with my Microsoft Sidewinder Precision 2 both are from 1999 lol. My USB Floppy drive is from 2000 but also old.
     
    Now I do have something quite old running as a retro system.
     
    Intel 80286-12
    Generic AMI board
    1mb Ram
    Hercules Video Card
    20mb Seagate MFM
    Dos 3.1
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