Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by power, Feb 20, 2011.
Nice! Reminds me to do some benchmarking again
No, I don't have one. Send me a PM if you have one to sell.
Might do an unboxing video of the Voodoo3.
Now I can get back in the garage I'll have a look. I've sure I have two NIB, I'll let you know.
I would be keen on buying one if you have more then one for sale let me know.
Unfortunately I think I have only three, one in use and two NIB. If I find another I'll let you know.
Mega CPU and Ram haul today
About 69 CPU's and 27 Ram sticks
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(All those cpu's are in 2x stacks taped pins to pins)
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All for..... $55 delivered
Very nice haul!
Not much from me, I did get some cheap chipset replacement heatsinks from eBay with adhesive. Hope they work out, I got a nice SIS chipset P4 board recently with missing heatsink. Works but I rather cool it properly.
very nice haul indeed 330
whats the ram top left ?
I ordered one of these to see how it goes capturing a VGA source to a HDMI capture card.
I'm not sure, there are a few sticks that I don't know anything about.
(the top left, and the middle row second from the top)
Hopefully someone knows what they are from?
Laptop ram, I've seen them before, that tiny one in the top left is a microdimm used in some very tiny Sony Vaio laptops out of Japan.
Got these two lovely cards today
Got a bunch of retro/gaming gear recently
Mario party 4
Saitek Booster boy
some loose Snes carts (hyperzone/taz)
Wii Guitar Hero guitar
pokemon emerald gameboy advance sp case
c.i.b Pokemon Heart Gold ds (genuine AUS)
mario party island tour 3ds
gravity falls 3ds
My retro-cave is almost complete, and I've fired up my C64 at last. (This explains my absence here for a while!)
Got my Linux box running, and networking is up!!
Rummaging through my boxes, I came across this lovely creature. I know it worked when I put it away.. got nothing to test it with now
Anyone know what it is
it's an AMD something.
is it an 8086?
It's certainly looks like a very old pc mobo
CBM = commodore business machines.. no idea what it is out of though. Not enough chunky custom chips to be an Amiga.
come on I didn't even have to google that hard....!!
Looks like the processor is missing from under the molex adapter top left of the board.
IBM 6323560 XM 64-256KB System Board 8-Bit ISA 6323362 from an XT 8088 286 PC
Looks like an IBM XT 5160 board, without co-processor 256kb RAM, seeing as all banks are filled.
That's the socket for an 8087 maths coprocessor. The 8088 is there.
Yup. It was part of Winter's PC in about 1986, along with a 20Meg 5/14" FULL HEIGHT rodime stepper hard disk. Everthing else has disappeared, except the sysplanar (That's IBMspeak for motherboard). I have an MDA video card, a herculese monochrome card, a couple of multi I/O and MFM controller cards - and that's about it :- not even an XT keyboard. Got a long way to go with this one.
A motherboard crying out for some NEC V20 love.