Sunday, September 22, 2013

Revitalisasi Komputer Jadul (1)

Daripada CPU jadul jadi sarang debu, iseng2 dibersihkan dan direvitalisasi. Spek-nya hebat (pada masanya):




Ternyata masih berjalan dengan sangat baik dan stabil. Sekarang dipergunakan sebagai file server untuk website pribadi.


Thursday, March 21, 2013

OCCT Benchmark Results of My Vintage Computer

Then followings are screenshots of a one-hour stress test using OCCT 4.4.0 on my vintage CPU:






OCCT is free for personal use and can be downloaded here

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

I am upgrading :-)

After so many years working with Gigabyte mobo now I am upgrading my desktop with another set of a vintage mobo. It is an Asus P5P800-VM with Pentium 4 511 running barefoot (no OC). It has been more than 2 month I've been using it. It looks like this old machine is still doing good jobs. I cannot plug my Pentium D 925 into this mobo because this D serie generate quite a heat while I am using a stock HSF. Here is a look:


Meanwhile the Gigabyte now serves as a file server.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

sMake 1.0.0.9

sMake 1.0.0.8 failed compiling xHarbour source codes. GPF :-(
Program has been recompiled using xHarbour Runtime Library.
Download sMake 1.0.0.9 from Mediafire

Sunday, January 13, 2013

CW Drill

CW Drill is a program for CW Trainings. CW is an abbreviation from Continuous Wave or more popularly, the Radio Amateur call it Morse Code. CW Drill can export drill programs into WAVE or MP3 format. A contest simulation is also built in. I created this program long ago, in about mid of 2006 to train one of my colleague Radio Amateur. The trainings went via Youtube / Facebook and/or directly on air. Here is a screenshot:


You can download CW Drill 2.5.0.1 from 4Shared

sMake 1.0.0.8

No much addition. This version uses the most recent updated xHarbour Compiler Rev. 9908. Many memory leaks on the compiler have been resolved. In this version, the default Harbour warning flags is set to the highest level, -w3. Just to gain a warranty that our PRG codes are solid. sMake 1.0.0.8 is downloadable at: