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I dont know if you can but I would think that the performance hit you would take would change your mind real quick, assuming you got that far. better have a ton of ram, if it can even be done, and I'm not sure it can be. thats for someone more knowledgable than me to say
Distribution: Psyche (RH8.0) / LFS / OS X.2 / MDK 9.0 / Win2k Server
I think he was telling you that 1.59mhz is about 1/12 of the speed of a 286, or 1/33 the speed of the slowest 486s. Perchance you misspelled and thus misdefined your speed. If you, newbie, are going to be offensive about any answer, you should thank people for answering your queries at all.
Well Thanks. And i think it's pretty clear that there is no way a dual head Video card is supported by a computer the runs... 1/33 the speed of the slowest 386. ya think? I mean really.. i appreciate a reply.. but just because i'm "newbie" does not mean you should lose common sense.