Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by Cannula, Jul 23, 2015.
This guy is selling a couple of Socket 7 mobo's for anyone that needs them!
Hes got a chaintech super socket 7 via chipset for $40 BIN, already sold an asus ali ss7 for $40 good deals
Just noticed a guy selling some 5150's on Gumtree [url="http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-seller/brendan/1001111667] here[/url]
This ebay seller has some good items.
#Socket 7 bundle with K6-400 & FX5200 + extras - PCI only but meaningless
#486 bundle with LS486E PCI motherboard + extras.
Both going cheap atm, has some other intereting cards like a PCI quad output Matrox G-200 & radeon 7000 PCI
Now this is a work of art, An IBM 5150 in good working condition at $102.50,
This is the bargain. 1 pound.
x17 shit caps out, up time on the bench 3 hrs & ultra stable volties
I'm lovin these sellers......." it used to work "...." I can't test it "......." was packed away ten years ago" ......."sold faulty, so no warranty "
bahaha better odds than poker machines
Boxed Savage 4. A$ 20 with free shipping.
Have some video cards here Phil look like that.
How potent are they on the old games? Where could I look on your benchmark lists you've done?
Hoping to see what these cards can do (hint hint), sat along side a pair of V2s could be a nice option.
3D performance aside, these are awesome DOS cards. As compatible as it gets, including all the odd resolutions and scrolling tricks.
There you go Knew a reason why you liked them
Yea if you've got an AGP system, it's a great card for DOS gaming. Will check out the Windows 98 performance soon. But the ATI Rage 128 Pro comes first
Is that the rage 128 I sent you? I cant remember what I sent you now lol
I think that was the previous rage. I got the Rage 128 Pro from eBay Germany.
ATI did a really good job with these cards. There are so many versions
NF7 + unknown CPU and RAM: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/291764405735
Nice, thanks. I shall keep an eye on it.
This is pretty cool: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/162051247353
Japanese Fujitsu CIX35L small form factor AMD K6-2 machine.
If it was 240v, I would have jumped on it.
Sold $42 .........
Yeah buggers, had my finger on that bid button too.
I should of been a sniper in the army.