Motherboard: ASUS F2A85-V PRO
Processor: AMD A10-5800K Trinity 3.8GHz FM2 Quad
Memory (part number): G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 4 x 8GB DDR3 1866
Display Chip: AMD A85X (Hudson D4) [Integrated graphics, not a gamer)
Display LCD: Monoprice 30" IPS CCFL Backlit LCD Panel
Hard Drive (System): SAMSUNG 840 Pro Series MZ-7PD256BW 2.5" 256GB SATA
Hard Drive (Storage): Hitachi HDS724040ALE640 (0S03355) 4TB
CPU Cooler: COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 CPU Fan
Case: Antec-300 PC Case
Power Supply: Rosewill FORTRESS-450w 80 Plus Platinum
UPS: CyberPower CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA
OS: Windows 7 (64-bit) Professional
Motherboard: ASUS F2A85-V PRO
Most people back then didn't go to arcades and had never even heard of Pac-Man.
Pac-Man was ubiquitous because the video game craze extended well beyond the arcade. You could find them at movie theaters, liquor stores, pizza parlors, bowling alleys, kiosk space in the mall, even just past the checkout lanes at the grocery store. I don't know anyone who hadn't heard of Pac-Man by 1981.
My most recent upgrade was from a LinkSys WRT54GS v2 to the ASUS RT-N16 Wireless Router 802.11b/g/n. I put the Tomato WRT software on the ASUS router and it's been running flawlessly now for over a year.
YMMV, of course...
I have Windows 7 x64 in a system where it recognizes 16GB of RAM.
Of course, most of that's got sucked up by Firefox...
Many restaurants can/will limit seating time to 1 hour, or maybe 90 minutes
A "free refills" coffee drinker may not eat up too much in materials, but use of the table for hours on end is another story entirely.
Depends, I'm still grandfathered under the "unlimited data" plan, so AT&T cannot legally cap the amount of data I am using.
Lucky for them (and for me?), I'm not one of the high bandwidth users who watch videos all day on my phone
I use the EGreat M34A Networked Media Tank:
I just picked up my third one on E-Bay, where they are a bit cheaper.
I have about a dozen 1.5TB Seagate 7200rpm drives purchased intermittently over the past ~2 years from ~4 different vendors. The most recent purchase was at the end of Nov 2009.
So far, no problems (knock on wood). They tend to run 24/7, but don't necessarily see that much disc activity (media server).
I did have one Seagate drive die on me, but I think it was a 750GB drive
Never tried the 5900rpm drives...
I also have a parallel-port EPROM burner that I use more frequently, the Xtronics Pocket Programmer
At least their website is still active, and the latest Pocket Programmer runs off the USB port. Right now, I have no need for a $249.95 upgrade, but will keep it in mind.
Do you have a link to your preferred USB-to-ISA product?
For the record, I did find that the PB-10 would not necessarily run on newer (faster) computers. Maybe some of the internal timing has changed?
The oldest I have in service is a Cyrix 6x86 system running Windows 98 SE. I need it for the ISA slots so that I can run my *Needhams PB-10 EPROM burner.
* Since www.needhams.com doesn't come up anymore, I wonder if they are even still in business.
From TFA: The case studies looked at patients whose consumption ranged from two to nine litres of cola a day.
Not to defend them, but the summary indicates GB caps not MB. 100GB is alot harder to pull down in a month, not that I haven't managed to do it on a crappy DSL line, thus making it even more likely someone with a nice fat cable pipe could do it.
I can easily do 100gb in a week, now that all these 1080p MKV files are out there.
You know, ummm