Last year I dug up my first PC from my dad's place, he brought this to me in 03 when I was on 3rd grade, and it cost months of his salary.
However it was still a very basic model and slow even in best of its days. Had to decommission it for the poor performance in 08, and replaced with another C2D E7200+P43 rig.
Anyway I had a lot of time at home last year due to the virus. So I cleaned it up, hunted down two 512mb sdram, brought bunch of capacitors, learned how to use an iron and recapped a few dead ones. Also replaced PSU with a similar modern model from the very same manufacturer. It's designed for industrial use now, but I doubt they have any gamer model PSU back in 03.
Back in the days I already trashed my floppy drive, keyboard, mouse and speaker. CRT monitor was spared but not sure if it still works, too heavy and big to test or move.
Recently I got a brand new mouse with ball (I don't know the formal name for these kind of old mouses), and the very same keyboard from my original set. But the multimedia key on the top doesn't work, can't find win98 driver.
Also brought an used Dell monitor online with very cheap price, and plugged a Dell speaker below it.
Now it works fine with Windows 98se, but I'm still struggling to get the graphics driver for my newly brought Radeon 9000 working.
New CPU fan is on the way, the old one survived for almost 20 years and sounds a little loud.
CPU: Intel Tualatin Celeron 1.3Ghz
MB: Gigabyte GA-6veml
RAM: 512mb sdram *2, one 133mhz and one 100mh, both working at 100
HDD: WD 40G
Graphics: onboard graphics, I read the brand Trident but the driver file says S3, I'm not sure.