So, I never did tell ye anymore about that Celeron eh? Turns out its an IBM machine, with a 1GHz CPU, Celeron. Seeing as it has both onboard video (albeit crap onboard video), and LAN, I think I’m going to try and make a custom case. I’ve a 6Gb HDD sitting around, so add cheap Wireless and Video cards, and I could have a very nice little machine. Might work as a media streamer connected to my TV, though, not too sure.
Might end up just replacing the PIII mobo in my second server with this one, though, I really don’t think I need the extra power, so better to try and make some use of the thing 🙂 Its a nice find anyway 🙂
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