Houdini 1.5 with Large Page support and 8-cores for w32

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Re: Houdini 1.5 with Large Page support and 8-cores for w32

Post by rvida » Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:58 pm

Houdini wrote:
I started programming in 1982, on a ZX-81.
I started on a more "advanced" model: Sinclair ZX Spectrum. 16kB ROM / 48kB RAM :)



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Re: Houdini 1.5 with Large Page support and 8-cores for w32

Post by yanquis1972 » Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:03 pm

AdminX wrote:
Houdini wrote:Ted,

Yes, a Sinclair ZX-81 (don't know about the Timex part), a small black box with lousy keyboard and only 1 kilobyte of RAM - including the video memory!
Amazing days :D.
Yes that's it. It was called a Timex Sinclair ZX81 here in the US when I 1st bought it. Amazing days indeed.
Timex :lol:

in case anyone doesn't know, since my existence at least timex is known for cheap glowing clocks & watches. hilarious for me to think of a timex pc.

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Re: Houdini 1.5 with Large Page support and 8-cores for w32

Post by AdminX » Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:05 pm

yanquis1972 wrote:
AdminX wrote:
Houdini wrote:Ted,

Yes, a Sinclair ZX-81 (don't know about the Timex part), a small black box with lousy keyboard and only 1 kilobyte of RAM - including the video memory!
Amazing days :D.
Yes that's it. It was called a Timex Sinclair ZX81 here in the US when I 1st bought it. Amazing days indeed.
Timex :lol:

in case anyone doesn't know, since my existence at least timex is known for cheap glowing clocks & watches. hilarious for me to think of a timex pc.
"The Timex Sinclair 1000 is the North American version of the Sinclair ZX-81, from British based Sinclair Research Ltd. They are nearly identical, except for the name on the front, and minor motherboard layout differences."

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Re: Houdini 1.5 with Large Page support and 8-cores for w32

Post by yanquis1972 » Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:16 pm

looks like a real powerhouse 8-)

at least it sounds from that article like timex just slapped their name onto it instead of designing it themselves, so the world was definitely saved an even shittier computer.

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Re: Houdini 1.5 with Large Page support and 8-cores for w32

Post by AdminX » Mon Dec 20, 2010 6:18 pm

yanquis1972 wrote:looks like a real powerhouse 8-)

at least it sounds from that article like timex just slapped their name onto it instead of designing it themselves, so the world was definitely saved an even shittier computer.
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