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Yawara's Vital Statistics
Built by: AMD and ASUS.
Processors: AMD K6/200mhz Room Heater
Memory: 64 megabytes
Disk Space: 2.5 gigabytes
Operating System: Lunix 2.0, With Red Hat Linux Distribution
Display: Sony Multiscan 17SFII, running at 1024x768 resolution @ 666hz
Networking: TCP/IP Internet
Networking Hardware: USRobotics Sportster V.34 28,800
Natural Keyboard, Logitech Trackman MARBLE
Attacks: OOuchigari! Ippon Zeoi!
Looking at pictures, running
WWW Server, Mail, News, IRC!, generating heat(Its a K6!), looking COOL (Its a K6!)
Benchmarks at: +300k Dhrystones
Yawara began her existence on a IBM 486SLC2/66 AKA 386SX/66. She wasn't very
fast, or even much to look at, but she ran IRC very well. In October of
1995, Mike Pepe,
who was working at Sams Club at the time, got me a great deal on a Packard
Bell Pentium 100. The price: 100$! The catch: No CPU and no Memory!
After spending 2 years as a miserable Packard Hell, the most miserable
excuse for a computer known to man, I turned Yawara into a self-built
machine with an AMD K6/200 CPU. This thing is _FAST_. It matches an
Inhell Pentium Pro at 200mhz, but costs half as much. Real bargain.
Yawara now goes real fast. In time she will become a slow piece of
junk again (P100 got miserable once I started doing a lot of Java
stuff), I'll upgrade her again. She might get slow, but Yawara can
never be defeated!
Yawara Chan, Go!
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