I've been away for a bit without access to my collection of retro goodies, but during that time I managed to add a bit to it. Here are some highlights (beware of LONG post...)
ATi Rage Fury MAXX - saved from a scrapper. Missing both fans and heatsinks. Had 5 SMD capacitors broken off the back, but no PCB damage. I managed to replace the caps with ones stolen off a dead Rage Fury and she seems to run fine - in 2d at least. I haven't tested it in windows at all since I have no heatsinks for it. I'll do thorough tests when I manage to find a couple of heatsinks and fans that look similar to the ones it came with stock.
1998-1999 beige box - 266MHz pentium II, AT form factor slot 1 ZIDA mainboard with the LX chipset, crystal ISA sound card and a TNT2 M64 video card. The label in the pictures tells us it originally came with a SIS video card but it's been upgraded to the TNT2 at one point in it's life. To be perfectly honest I bought this for the case, AT PSU and hard disk drive. AT cases are getting rarer by the day and I save each and every one I can find - keep the ones I fancy and trade the rest to other people getting into retro-computing. *redneck accent* theeze young'ins ain't experienced dem Ay Tee form factour cases, an' I'm gunna' help' with that!
Biostar MB-8433UUD-A. haven't gotten around to testing her yet. Bought from a recycling center where I can get old hardware by the KG. Looks to be in good condition and came with an AMD 586 CPU.
Matrox G400 MAX - missing cooler. Heven't tested her yet but she looks in good condition.
Voodoo 3 3000. Good condition, works - despite picking her out from a pile of other hardware.
Voodoo 2 12MB. Horrible condition - plenty of corrosion, several SMD components missing, some bent pins. Might be able to fix it, but I don't have high hopes for this one. It will most likely end up as a parts donor for other defective voodoo 2 cards.
SiS 315 agp.... by ECS.... I have 3 of these... they all look good, but none of them work - including this one... I really wanted a working one to mess around with, but I guess this is just my luck. Same with Trident Blade 3D cards. I have two, both dead... Can't find anything physically wrong with my 3 SiS cards. I plug them in an AGP slot, the PC posts correctly, no missing video card beeps, but no image.
Zida 4DPS Rev 2.11. Found on top of some other boards at the Recycling center. A bit dirty but she works great. Gave this one to a friend who recently started collecting retro hardware.
Creative Sound Blaster 2.0 - got this one in trade from a friend.
Point of View Geforce 6800XT AGP / 512MB DDR2 - again, recycling center find. Unfortunately, she was pretty damaged. Missing and damaged SMD componends, some very tiny (1008 size). Luckily layout is similar to a Gainward card I have (also defective - bad GPU) so I managed to lift all damaged components off the Gainward and get the PoV card running! She unlocks to 12/6/12/12 shaders just fine, but she's not stable fully unlocked to 16/8/16/16 like my leadtek 6800LE AGP.
Asus P4P800 Deluxe i865 + socket 478 3GHz prescott pentium 4 + Silverstone Nitrogon NT02 tower cooler for socket 478. Wanted the cooler, but the recycling center would only sell me the whole kit as in the pic. Luckily everything works.
Asus P5QC + Core 2 Quad Q9650. I only wanted the CPU, but as above, the center would only sell it as is. Price was good tough. The CPU works, it replaced the q9550 in my second LGA775 rig. Haven't tested the motherboard yet.
Abit BH6. I love 90's abit boards, could not pass this one up. Came with a 333Mhz Pentium II and 64MB of PC100 SDRAM. I also have a BE6-II. I wonder what the differences between the two are.
S3 Vision PCI card made by Diamond. Haven't tested it yet.