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No, but it probably would have been considered a pretty cool achievement by Marvin Minsky back in the 60's. Thanks for telling me. :) Well aside from that it isn't perfect it is still an interesting platform to have installed. AGP card as 99% of games need a GPU now, more ram, a new PSU to accompany the graphics card and ect.You'd be better off building a box man unless you Posted by: BC on November 23, 2002 01:10 PM When considering demand for computing power, it's important to distinguish between constant and surge demand for computing cycles. http://esecurelive.com/is-it/is-it-worth-the-change.html

I love the way it runs now and I would never throw it away. It seems benign because it does not interfere with efficient market interaction. I'm hardly an expert on AI. Is it worth to invest more hardware into a pentium3? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-it-worth-to-invest-more-hardware-into-a-pentium3.413463/

I'd be interested to take a look at the same graph with log-lienar axes and to know more about how (computer) investment is deflated. Rogue24-03-2008, 06:40 PMVMWare same as Virtual PC is 'close' enough to play DOS games, but if you know how to install and setup DOS. What processor can i upgrade to and can i upgrade to more then 512mb of ram. The one million times estimate is roughly based on the number of neurons, the frequency of neurons (100-1000 cycles/sec is typical I think), and some estimates of what some people think

If real GOFAI comes to pass, the impact on the world economy would be mind boggling. Does that mean you don't want a nice couch? The question remains whether AI, more broadly construed, is hopeless. Add in 20 years to the 20-50 year estimate to train these things to become doctors, lawyers, etc...

Posted by: Jean-Philippe Stijns on November 4, 2002 02:41 PM "...why are we adding to our real computer capital stock more rapidly than ever before?" This notion of "real" computer capital He was recently given a *very* old Vaio pcg-f707 (no battery) that had been working for his grandad. Related Resources i3 2120 upgrade to Pentium g4560 worth? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1705281/pentium-iii-vaio-pcg-f707.html Are microsoft and IBM so dominant in scope but limited in the ability to raise prices that profit growth there is also limited.

Could a fairly steady 3 percent suffice for a considerable period even with quicker productivity growth? I like to laugh at the problems the IRS and FBI supposedly have with their hardware; they could pick up the PCs we were surplussing at NIH (part of HHS) when e) Something completely unexpected in the non-Tech sector? Or is VMware not the best choice for best compatibility? _r.u.s.s.23-03-2008, 01:41 PMwhat you mean to say is that you want to run dos on virtual machine?

I shread the data, reinstall an OS, and give it a way to familes that don't own a computer. https://books.google.se/books?id=_jgEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA56&lpg=PA56&dq=Is+it+worth+to+invest+more+hardware+into+a+pentium3?&source=bl&ots=sOfTVOCAvN&sig=wRQ4326IL3tL8BzV3GAhfCX49KA&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjbsuOX49vRAhWkF5oKHcx Some versions even had ISA slots!I've upgraded and 'maxed-out' a bunch of these boards. I hear everyone talking about software upgrades finally gobbling up that additional computing power. That's cool.

If I eyeball the 1987 value to be $15 billion, and eyeball the 2002 (end of the curve) value to be $310 billion...that's "only" a factor of ~20 in 15 years. have a peek at these guys Do you sit on your couch every second of every day? Posted by: Dave Roberts on November 6, 2002 10:19 PM When considering demand for computing power, it's important to distinguish between constant and surge demand for computing cycles. MS-DOS 6.22 seams to be the most compatible one for old games.

Consider Google's news page: Does it think? This is the chart that leads me to have a very hard time with the "we invested too much in computers in the 1990s and now have this large overhang of Posted by: Mike on November 2, 2002 07:56 AM Mike, why do you assume we will be led out? http://esecurelive.com/is-it/is-it-worth-it-to-replace-cpu.html Advertisement Recent Posts Broken Image on Site (Wix) colinsp replied Feb 13, 2017 at 1:25 AM Can add files to microSD card... :z: replied Feb 13, 2017 at 1:15 AM News

We will sure pirate whole movies (DVDs) but what else? Consider Google's news page: Does it think? solved Can i upgrade my hp 630 intel pentium b950 @2.10 GHz to an i3 or i5 processor??would really appreciate lucrative answers Can't find your answer ?

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tak4Jan 16, 2007, 3:51 AM i am a newbie here. Posted by: Joerg Wenck on November 4, 2002 04:32 PM "True AI (I've heard it referred to as "GOFAI", "Good Old-Fashioned AI") has been a spectacular failure. No, but it probably would have been considered a pretty cool achievement by Marvin Minsky back in the 60's. I am just thinking of adding some RAM memory to make it faster but the speed so far is OK.

Is it just a matter of whether it is adjusted for inflation, or what?" I don't know the specifics for this graph, but I would assume it's something like: "How many ajfinkJan 16, 2007, 11:01 AM You can find PIII-Ss on ebay for around 50 dollars US, which is a lot of money for the performance, but cheap for a decent upgrade With Moores' Law alive and well, aren't we getting there?" True AI (I've heard it referred to as "GOFAI", "Good Old-Fashioned AI") has been a spectacular failure. this content Another choice http://www.powerleap.com/ loserOlimbs, Nov 8, 2005 #6 tec_41 Joined: Nov 6, 2004 Messages: 332 Take my advice, and don't upgrade it.

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Sure beats the 2 hours it would have taken on my home modem! Posted by: on November 2, 2002 01:51 PM Then, the problem for high tech companies is not that demand for computers is lagging. Posted by: Daryl McCullough on November 2, 2002 07:42 AM Very surprising data. To me, that would seem to be a terrible misrepresentation of the digital age - certainly not a recipe for success.

Would take me some time to get a dos system well running. Will work all old games then? ajfinkJan 16, 2007, 4:56 AM Quote: Can you even get P3s any more?