First post, by derSammler
So here it is, finally done: my "Flytech Carry-1" socket 370-based mini PC from 2001. Interestingly, this model of the Carry-1 series seems to be unknown so far. The case is the same as the one used for the known 386/486-based models, but a bit longer since it has the PSU built-in.
* Intel P3 Coppermine CPU running at 750 MHz (100 * 7.5, downclocked from 1 GHz)
* Intel 440BX chipset
* 256 MB RAM, PC100
* all the usual stuff on-board, incl. an S3 Trio3D/2X, which I'm not using, however
* PCI ESS Solo-1 sound card
* PCI GeForce4 MX 440 with 64 MB 128-bit DDR RAM
* 1 GB CF card mounted in on-board CF slot
* 40 GB Seagate Barracude IDE hard disk
Took me a while to get everything working, but it turned out perfectly. I can boot into a fully set-up DOS environment, Windows 98se (both on the CF card), and Windows ME (on the hard disk). Also made a partition for "data" (drivers, isos, installation files), which also holds image backups of both bootable partitions, one partition for software (tools, games, etc.), and one for temp/swap files.
I'll post some more pictures once I've closed the case.