Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by Cannula, Jul 23, 2015.
Beware, bad socket placement means those long V2 boards won't fit.
What about my stuff?
Two cheap Sound Blasters there
Could you please link in the thread, rather than that single post
Questions: That manual has a picture of a different board on it.
In the top right corner it says: "Thread: CANB Vintage Clearout" and if you click the underlined part, it'll take you to the whole thread.
Another OCAU basic, click on name of member, select to see other posts by them.
Question: why is the first board list, which is broken (and not a socket 7), $60 instant, when the "i486DX33 with motherboard" further down is $5??
I'm guessing because there's no ZIF Socket? missing battery and maybe untested
I have RSI and my typing really suffers. Oh well if that what I typed I guess it is what it is!
Here's one from Perth! 17" Sony Trinitron CRT!!! Get it!
Roland MPU-IPC-T (ISA intelligent MIDI controller) for $45
Maybe one for the big box gamers?
Conquests of Camelot: The Search for the Grail - floppy 5.25"
Conquests of the Longbow: The Legend of Robin Hood - floppy 3.5"
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and The Time Rippers - floppy 3.5"
super solvers spellbound by The Learning Company - floppy 3.5"+ floppy 5.25"
386DX40 in the for sale forums if anyone is interest, pickup Perth.
Intel DX4 Overdrive $22 posted: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/281802122376
AMD K5 PR75 also $22 posted: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/271988999153
For those Socket A enthusiasts in SA.. this guy is giving away a free mobo plus AMD CPU
admins love cross-posting and self-quoting ahhaha
$9 for a 1.3 GHz Pentium 4 (if you're a sucker for punishment and have a 423 board).
$10 for a 1.4 GHz Pentium 3-S (if you're less of a sucker ).
Not sure if its considered a bargain, but I'm selling a Slot 1 Mobo with P3 533 and some RAM on it in the trading area...
Since no one wanted to pick this up I grabbed it except the seller lost Conquest of Camelot
I guess I can't complain for $2 bux
486 DX33 slimline system, ET4000 video
$70 Or make an offer plus post
I can vouch for that seller, fair valued 486 system just add some more ram and perhaps a 486/5x86 overdrive with/cd-rom/soundcard and away you go, I found with of these computers they often dont support a 40mhz fsb so keep that in mind if you wanted to do some overclocking.
I worked on these computers during a work experience They had 386 processors, but the same case and look.
What's great about these OEM machines are the PS/2 ports for mouse and keyboard. A single motherboard that has a PS/2 mouse port can cost as much, if not more, than this computer.
Onboard Tseng plus some ISA slots is also very nice. Anyone in the area should grab this one ASAP