Media On-the-Go Kart

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Postby bmblank on Tue Nov 21, 2006 3:06 pm

Looks cool. I do however think it'd be cooler to have media on the go-kart...:)
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Postby rembetis on Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:05 am

Marbles_00 wrote:3) How does the 500 hold up running Xlobby and the DVD software at the same time?


Unfortunately, I have to amend my previous answer to this question. Apparently I did not road-test the P3 500 with enough films, as it bogged down with Lord of the Rings and other films with a lot of action or sweeping pans. Looking to upgrade the Kart's CPU at the moment...
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Postby rembetis on Sun Nov 26, 2006 1:23 pm

I don't suppose anyone has a spare motherboard and cpu (and maybe ram) lying around that they'd like to sell to generate some Christmas funds? I'm looking for a processor faster than 1 ghz.
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Postby rembetis on Sun Nov 26, 2006 11:00 pm

NM. I just picked up a mobo, Athlon 1100, and ram for $35. Hope it suffices.
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Postby P3rv3rt B3ar on Mon Nov 27, 2006 3:37 am

rembetis wrote:NM. I just picked up a mobo, Athlon 1100, and ram for $35. Hope it suffices.


I think it should, i have that caliber one as my XL test system and at least for me it seems to perform in the duty pretty well... as long as i wont overload it with dshow videofilters while testing some new idea or something...
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