For those unaware, I have a 386 build log https://forums.overclockers.com.au/threads/386-buildlog.1234684/. The 386 had a special place for me, it was the first PC I built myself, my previous first computer I purchased myself was a Wang 286 (build new around 1988, purchased by me around 1990), which by the early 1992 I had well and truely out grown the 286 and was looking for more. As I recall I built it around 1992-3. With the budget of 13 year old, mowing lawns, cleaning offices. With such a limited budget, it was slow, even for the time period. But I coded, I used 3dStudio, Pov ray, played 2d scrollers, BBS'ed. The most modern thing it had was a 420Mb hard disk which was 2nd from the top at the time and seemed limiteless. My re-creation which started as a pretty average 386 Fullsized AT, but was put into a modern black Awyn mATX case, 32Mb parity ram (previously told impossible on a Chips and Tech chipset), ISA video accelerator, 486DLC 50Mhz with a 50Mhz bus and 196Kb of L2 cache (also impossible), a range of Mathcoprocessors, 32 Gb SD card storage, AWE32 sound, Wifi ethernet, external USB power ports and gotek with a 5 1/4 floppy, with a 12 Mhz ISA bus. It will run Win95 and play jazz jack rabbit II, and go all the way down to a slow 386. It was a very modern "386". This 486 is something different. I was able to purchase the same case the my original 386 DX 25 was put into. Now this case isn't timeless, they particularly appeared around the early 90's and disapeared quite quickly. Nothing particularly special about the case, generic whitebox. But the time period puts it bang on around 1992-3. The current specs of this machine pretty much represented the top of 1992-3. 486 VL bus motherboard 486 DX2 66 Overdrive 8Mb ram 520Mb IDE hard disk VL bus combination VGA/IO card. Combination 51/4 and 3 1/2, Something I've always found interesting ISA cat 5 network card. Apparently its having issues booting. But the case and the insides are absolutely immaculate. I've never seen anything retro in this condition. It must have been vacuumed sealed. In my possession, I have: 486 Socket 3 board with PCI - Supports 30 pin and 72 pin ram An evergreen AMD powered 133Mhz 586 processor. Being a PCI board you can basically plug a whole bunch of cheap adapters into this.