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Old 22nd September 2012, 05:30 PM   #11
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To clarify even further, it was the last generation 64-bit P4, LGA775. The computer was totally clean inside, and I had just upgraded the CPU from a Celeron, after cleaning up the cooler (I always rinse it under water - with the fan removed, of course). The OS was a fresh XP install with the bloat and old stuff cut out with Nlite. I installed the software and stuff for the owner, and just felt that the computer was way too unresponsive for my tastes. Guess I'm just spoiled with more modern hardware. I remember considering that sort of stuff to be amazing, hehe. Wasn't even particularly long ago.
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