On the back of the OptiPlex should be a small white Dell tag with a series of numbers. Now, my question is whether I should roll back those updates, keep them, or replace them with other hardware altogether. This one is a tough call. Keep that as it is too. I also don’t enjoy the idea of removing it from my first, and possibly most beloved retro PC. If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Anyone know what drivers I need?
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This one is a tough call. I think that would be substantially faster than the Rage PRO PCI which I think would be much faster than the Virge anyhow, so that is probably a definite upgrade I should do regardless.
You can’t log in, since you do not have an account yetbut you should be able to Enter optiplez Tag On the back of the OptiPlex should be a small white Dell tag with a series of numbers. Welcome to Tech Support Guy! That means no ISA sound cards for me.
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I’m not sure how easy vgw is to obtain, but if an ISA sound card would really help with era flexibility I may hunt this down probably ties in with my sound card question CPU: It feel like sort of a sweet spot for fga era, and is the one I’ve been using the most. I will post photos as parts come in. Users browsing this forum: Board index All times are UTC. However, although this will probably be pretty good for DOS games, it’s likely to suck for anything 3D.
Can’t go wrong with the cpu for the era and OS you want to run.
Old Dell OptiPlex GX110 Graphics
Yes, my password is: Again its not a period build, Use whatever suits your needs. Sep 13, Messages: The original configuration of this PC as it is reported to be shipped is as below: I tend to go with larger sizes now again unless its for the older pentium machines that rely more on DOS than Windows.
I also don’t enjoy the idea of removing it from my first, and possibly most beloved retro PC.
DavisMcCarn Sep 19, No, create an account now. In some ways I find it a bit more rich than a normal OPL3.
Dell 5468t Optiplex Gx110 SFF Slot 1 Motherboard With VGA Graphics Card 0005468t
Last edited by appiah4 on I’m always torn to be accurate with storage and risk running out of space or just whacking in a later model drive. I can slow it down to a Celeron or up to a RAM: Agreed unless you want to max it out for some reason.
Anyone know what drivers I need? I just hung a small fan using cable ties off the holes in the card above corner, in this case your soundcard which I can see has them most do.
Not going for a period build, Use whatever has enough space for what you need. So that means we are pretty much opiplex in stock configuration, perfect!