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On Sat 24 Jul 04, 11:40 AM, Rick Moen <rick@linuxmafia.com> said:
> Quoting Peter Jay Salzman (p@dirac.org):
> 
> > that said, i totally agree with your conclusion.    :-)
> 
> Yeah, I see a lot of AMD64/Linux in professional work, and it'll spoil
> you:  The performance levels are just crazy-fast.  I have to kind of
> compartmentalise my perceptions, so that coming home to my Mobile
> PII/366 laptop isn't a shock. 
 
heh.  my main workstation is a dual celeron 333.    :)   used to be
noisy as heck, but i just bought an accousticase, which really quieted
things down a LOT.

in celebration of doom III, i'm currently building an XP 3200 for my new
gaming machine, though.  waiting on my sata drive.

pete

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