Thin Client for Windows XP and 98 SE Retro PC Gaming

Published on Jul 12, 2018
Thin Client for Windows XP and 98 SE Retro PC Gaming

This is the second video using the Wortmann / Termtek TK-3772 Thin Client PC for Retro Gaming. This time we are testing Windows XP and 98 SE. Check the time codes below, there is a lot that we'll cover.

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0:00 Intro
0:50 What's included
1:08 The Power Supply
1:43 Power consumption
2:18 Parallel port sound devices
2:32 Using Compact Flash cards
3:25 Size and weight
3:40 Using USB thumb drive as hard drive
3:55 Licence for Windows Embedded CE 6.0
4:04 Not much information online
4:55 Windows XP and integrated graphics
5:27 Integrated graphics driver options
6:25 Windows XP feels really snappy
6:53 Hardware specifications of this PC
8:41 Issues with page or swap file
9:25 Half-Life under XP
11:45 Which graphics cards can we install?
11:52 GeForce 5200
12:24 RIVA TNT2 M64
12:39 3dfx Voodoo 2
12:45 3dfx Voodoo 2
13:03 Windows XP benchmarks
15:34 Tips for using a PCI graphics card
16:07 Using Windows 98 SE
16:44 Going over the drivers
17:09 Looking in device manager
18:40 Issues with integrated graphics under Windows 98 SE
19:37 Flexible riser cable
19:54 Summary, conclusion and ending

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