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Well, to steal the phrase, my primary computer is a network. ;)

It's not exactly SMP, but there's no way I could do the computing I do without my 233mhz PPC, 133mhz Pentium, 200mhz Pentium, and 486 machines. Throw in the processor on my Visor and maybe my laptop, if you're being generous.

In reply to (ichi) Re: My primary PC CPU is a by ichimunki
in thread My primary PC CPU is a by jcwren

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