rjohnson11It amazes me that these 12+ year old parts still continue to work.
rjohnson11Another great retro rebuild. Congrats on that.
Gold Leaderrjohnson11Another great retro rebuild. Congrats on that.Many thanks for the 46th Blue Ribbon rjohnson11 And yeah this build was probably the most challenging ever, it wasn't easy let me put it that way
mbx13@Gold Leader,I have a question please: You're using an Asus P4T with an Enermax modu 82+ but an modu 82+ do not provide -5V voltage (white cable) output. The P4T mainboard bios analyse the -5V voltage so what did you do in order to run the P4T mainboard? Did you set up in the Bios the -5V voltage monitoring to ignore and so the P4T can run without the -5V voltage? And the main question: Will the P4T work with newer PSU without the white cable -5V voltage - did you have any further experience with that?
Gold LeaderThem two NV45's are too new for my tastes ;)It needs to be AGP 3.0 x8 by the latest hehe :) Evenso in this thread you might wanna read then since it's goes about my renovated Intel BX440 chipset based P3/E 650Mhz 3Dfx Retro Gaming PC from March 25, 1999:https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2736703