First post, by BSA Starfire
Picked this one up yesterday from a charity shop for £5. I'm sure you remember ESCOM? The company that bought Commodore in 1995(the year this PC was built) and made the last of the Amiga A1200's, also bought out Rumbelows that same year, then when bust catastrophically in 1996.
Anyhow this is a pentium 100mhz machine(AT), Intel NX motherboard, 8mb RAM, Trident 1mb PCI graphics, Dual speed CD_ROM, ESS soundcard, pretty much untouched since it left the factory, obviously it had not been upgraded or used much by the looks(no dust inside whatsoever) also had the original keyboard(Mitsumi) and Escom mouse. She powers up fine and boot up off a floppy with no problems, need to find an appropriate hard drive no I guess as this was missing.
Anyhow, here a couple of pics:
286 20MHz,1MB RAM,Trident 8900B 512K, Conner CFA-170A
386SX 33MHz,ULSI 387,4MB Ram,ALi M1217,OAK OTI077 1MB. Seagate ST1144A. Soundblaster 1350B.
Amstrad PC 9486i, DX/2 66(WB), 16 MB RAM, Cirrus SVGA, Win 95.
Cyrix MII 333, Rage Pro Turbo 8mb, SB16, WinME