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    Hello could someone please tell me how to make a pc out of my old ps one.
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    You can't...?

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    As said in the Xbox 360 thread, the processor in game consoles isn't designed for more than playing games.

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    Who told you that you could?

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    the PS1 motherboard wouldn't work anyway, becuase it doesn't support hard drives, has limited ram, and not high video output quality.

    Are you talking about using the PS1 case and putting other components into it?
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    I ment how to fit PeeCee parts into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmini3399
    I ment how to fit PeeCee parts into it.
    You would need an ITX board, you wouldn't be able to re-use the optical drive in it for anything. Why would you want to do that.

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    I guess you could gut the thing entirely, taking out all of the internal components of the PlayStation, leaving only the casing itself...then put PC parts in it... at least in theory.
    But yeah, why the heck would you want to???

    Other than the novelty factor, I see no reason to do so.

    *shrug*
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    Oh but that novelty factor is so high!

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    This must have been done before?

    Hehe imagine running a normal operating system on a PS 1/ Playstation One:
    33 Mhz, 4(?) MB RAM, CD-ROM.

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    i beilieve that the original PS 1 is big enough to fit components in to it.

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