[pittsburghquake] Re: What's your total MHz? Survey...

  • From: "Jason D. Agostoni" <jasonda@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2002 10:09:14 -0400

Just so you all know ... there isn't a prize.  You do realize that if you
have to most horsepower AND you are willing to count that AMD processor in
the box ... you are the uber-dork. HEHEHE

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jason M" <bluecat141@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2002 7:42 PM
Subject: [pittsburghquake] Re: What's your total MHz? Survey...


>
> Wait a sec!  I forgot to count the 175MHz on my nVidia GeForce 3 Ti 200
> card!!
>
> >From: "Jason M" <bluecat141@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Reply-To: pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >To: pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >Subject: [pittsburghquake] Re: What's your total MHz? Survey...
> >Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 22:33:24 +0000
> >
> >Are we counting junk PCs?... or just one's we have powered up?  An 'X'
> >after
> >the MHz means I power it up, others have been stripped for parts! (But
> >should still count for something!!  Hell, they take up a lot of room in
my
> >basement!)
> >
> >1530MHz  X  AMD XP     My Quake3/Tribes2 machine.. I mean home PC! ;)
> >800MHz  X  Celeron    Wife's PC
> >650MHz  X  PIII       Work Laptop
> >450MHz     AMD K2     My PC before I upgraded
> >550MHz     Celeron    Wife's PC before upgrade
> >100MHz     Intel486   PC that used to go to work with my wife
> >133MHz     Intel486   Friend's old PC
> >133MHz     Intel486   Wife's cousin's old PC
> >   25MHz     Intel386   PC from college
> >
> >=========================================
> >2980MHz Powered up! :(
> >4371MHz Total!! :)
> >
> >-alchemist
> >
> > >From: "Ficco, Mathew A." <ficco@xxxxxxx>
> > >Reply-To: pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > >To: "'pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > >Subject: [pittsburghquake] Re: What's your total MHz? Survey...
> > >Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 11:54:40 -0400
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >1.8GHz Pentium 4 (home computer)
> > >650 Mhz AMD (Home Computer)
> > >750 Mhz Dell Laptop (Wife's School PC)
> > >75 Mhz 486 (future LINUX box)
> > >300Mhz Sony Playstation II (for work *cough* *cough*)
> > >
> > >3.575 Ghz  <--- that is just pathetic.  Now I have hz envy.  Are there
> > >enlargement kits for this?
> > >
> > >With my work PC's
> > >
> > >1 Ghz Work PC
> > >750 mhz Work laptop
> > >
> > >5.325 Ghz <--- much better!!
> > >
> > >-----Original Message-----
> > >From: Jason D. Agostoni [mailto:jasonda@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
> > >Sent: Friday, July 12, 2002 9:29 AM
> > >To: pittsburghquake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > >Subject: [pittsburghquake] What's your total MHz? Survey...
> > >
> > >
> > >alchemist came up with a good story that I figured I would probe the
> >group
> > >for answers...
> > >
> > >.. OK forgot the story already but the point is that you are supposed
to
> > >total up the entire MHz that you have in your household.  This can
> >include
> > >desktops, laptops, PDAs, calculators, game consoles ... anything that
has
> >a
> > >processor in it.  You can include your MAIN computer at work (no, not
> >that
> > >big ass server under you desk)  To make it more difficult to inflate
your
> > >"estimates" please itemize your list as follows:
> > >
> > >MHz    Processor    Desc        Use?
> > >
> > >Of course we're not going to worry about the fact that MHz don't really
> > >mean much ... but if you actually know how many FLOPS your calculator
> >does
> > >... then you are more a nerd than the rest of us..
> > >
> > >I'll kick us off:
> > >
> > >
> > >1.433GHz        AMD T-Bird    Main Desktop        Quake...
> > >1.2GHz        PIII        Work Laptop        Work
> > >300MHz        PowerPC        Mac Desktop        Desktop Printing 'n
shit
> > >200MHz        MIPS SH4        Dreamcast        Like .. playing games
> > >400MHz        AMD K6III        Linux Server        Quake/Web/Chat/etc
> > >server
> > >266MHz        AMD K6II        Linux Server        Quake II server
> > >100MHz        486 DX4        Linux Router        NAT Router
> > >200MHz        Pentium MMX    Laptop        Nothing really .. just
> > >collecting dust
> > >66MHz        482 DX4        Laptop        Terminal
> > >33MHz        Motorola Dragonball VZ        Palm m125        Wife's PDA
> > >16 MHz        Motorola Dragonball         Palm m105        Collecting
> >dust
> > >10 MHz        Motorola 68k        TI-85        Calculator
> > >100 MHz        VR4111         Cassiopeia E-11        My PDA
> > >
> > >What's my grand total?
> > >4.324 GHz ... I thought I'd have more that that :(
> > >
> > >J
> > >
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