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Exploring Dwarf Fortress’ Legends Mode. Dwarf Fortress is a phenomenon in the world of procedural generation, creating worlds, simulating rivers, aquifers, travel, tree growth. It’s as well known for the awesome complexity of its generation and simulation as. The awesome complexity of its simulation, its bugs, some of which (like “Now that animals no longer wield weapons”, a bug we sadly never got to . Sep 30,  · Lazy Newb Tilesets – Symbol/Legend list page? «on: September 26, , am» Hello I just started playing DFort and while most of the pictures are self-explanatory, there are are some that are confusing. ↓ Hungry: The dwarf needs food badly, or a grazing animal needs to eat grass. ↓ Thirsty: The dwarf needs water or alcohol. ↓ Drowsy: The dwarf wants sleep. ↓ Stressed: The dwarf is feeling the effects of stress. Not a good sign for a fortress, as it can lead to emotional breakdowns (detailed on the Stress page) and eventual insanity if.

 

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If you are looking for icons for dwarves, see Status icon.; If you are looking for icons on the pre-start embark map, see Map legend; If you are looking for different icons to change how your game is presented, see Tilesets, Tileset repository or Graphics set repository; If you are looking for the ascii characters that are used with the vanilla dwarf fortress game map, see Character table. Sep 30,  · Lazy Newb Tilesets – Symbol/Legend list page? «on: September 26, , am» Hello I just started playing DFort and while most of the pictures are self-explanatory, there are are some that are confusing. ↓ Hungry: The dwarf needs food badly, or a grazing animal needs to eat grass. ↓ Thirsty: The dwarf needs water or alcohol. ↓ Drowsy: The dwarf wants sleep. ↓ Stressed: The dwarf is feeling the effects of stress. Not a good sign for a fortress, as it can lead to emotional breakdowns (detailed on the Stress page) and eventual insanity if.
 
 
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Need a motherboard with LGA775 and Socket939? Easily! Contact ECS!

Interesting information continues to come from CeBit 2021, this time from the ECS booth:

Of the interesting new products, we note an inexpensive motherboard for the AMD Athlon 64 / Athlon FX platform:
ECS K8T890-A (Main Series)

ECS K8T890-A specifications:

  • Chipset: VIA K8T890
  • Socket 939
  • HyperTransport Link 1GHz
  • DDR400 memory in dual channel mode
  • Maximum installable memory: 2 GB
  • 10/100 Mbit Ethernet controller on-board
  • Integrated 6-channel AC audio?97

Next, you should pay attention to motherboards based on the not yet officially announced chipsets from Intel:
ECS 945G-M (Main Series)

ECS 945G-M specifications:

  • Chipset: i945G + ICH7
  • Socket LGA775
  • FSB 1066 MHz
  • Intel GMA 950 graphics on-chip
  • And of course the board supports Intel HDA and Intel Matrix RAID

ECS PF5 Extreme (Extreme Series)

ECS PF5 Extreme specifications:

  • Chipset: i945P + ICH7R
  • Socket LGA775
  • FSB 1066 MHz
  • Supports DDR2 667 memory in dual channel mode
  • Maximum installable memory: 4 GB
  • Two integrated network controllers: Gigabit and 10/100 Mbit
  • PCIE x16, 2x PCIE x1, 3x PCIe
  • RAID 0, 1, 5, 0 + 1
  • 6x SATA
  • 8x USB 2.0
  • 2x IEEE 1394a

ECS PF22 Extreme (Extreme Series)

ECS PF22 Extreme specifications:

  • Chipset: i955X + ICH7R
  • Socket LGA775
  • FSB 1066 MHz
  • Supports DDR2 667 memory in dual channel mode
  • Maximum installable memory: 4 GB
  • Two integrated Gigabit network controllers
  • PCIE x16, 2x PCIE x1, 3x PCIe
  • RAID 0, 1, 5, 0 + 1
  • 6x SATA
  • 8x USB 2.0
  • 2x IEEE 1394a

Finally, let’s move on to the most interesting, especially since this product was not shown in the public domain:
ECS PF88

So, the ECS PF88 board is a kind of “transformer”, i.e.e. initially you are offered a regular fee
with Socket LGA775, into which a regular Intel Pentium 4 is installed. Here are its characteristics at this stage:

  • Chipset: SiS 656 / FX + SiS 965 (Supports EM64T and dual core processors)
  • Socket LGA775
  • FSB 1066 MHz
  • Supports DDR2 667 memory in dual channel mode
  • Maximum installable memory: 4 GB
  • On-board Ethernet Gigabit controller
  • Three slots form factor PCIE x16 – one for installing a graphics accelerator, one PCIE x1 (purpose unclear)
    and one PCIE x16 called Upgrade Slot moved away from the edge of the motherboard to a non-standard distance

  • 3 PCI slots 2.one
  • two SATA2 channels with support for RAID 0 and 1
  • four SATA channels
  • two PATA IDE channels
  • 8 USB ports 2.0
  • One IEEE 1394 port

Obviously, the most interesting is the tricky PCIE x16 slot, pushed away from the edge of the motherboard.
It is in it, if you are tired of Pentium 4 or for some other important reason, you can install a special
Upgrade module, which is essentially a miniature motherboard with a socket for a processor, memory slots and a chipset itself.
Here are the characteristics of the Upgrade module:

  • Chipset: SiS 756 + SiS 965 (Supports dual core processors)
  • Socket 939
  • HyperTransport Link 2GHz
  • DDR400 memory in dual channel mode
  • Maximum installable memory: 2 GB

Now let’s install a processor with a cooler and memory into the module:

The picture shows that the heatsink of the Upgrade module is closely adjacent to the video card installed in the adjacent PCIE x16 slot,
but as ECS specialists promise, this is a defect of only the first revision. Serial motherboards will already have this feature.

The performance of the AMD Athlon 64 3200+ processor installed in the socket on the Upgrade module was immediately demonstrated:

The 3Dmark test suite ran and ran flawlessly.

Who may be interested in such a kit is a difficult question, but as an interesting solution and an original marketing move, it certainly turned out to be successful.
The planned price of such a kit is up to $ 150, and the mainboards and Upgrade modules are also planned to be sold separately. Market deliveries are planned for
end of April this year. ECS engineers are currently working on a similar Upgrade module, but for
Intel Pentium M processors. Well, we wish them good luck!

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