Reply 31700 of 37740, by Windows9566
Yet another haul — this December has been particularly kind to me. I now have a bit of an issue, because I've nearly doubled my […]
Yet another haul — this December has been particularly kind to me. I now have a bit of an issue, because I've nearly doubled my collection, and now I have to let go of some items, but nearly every thing in the last three hauls was new to me. So, here's what I got today for a total of 55 USD:
Two combo floppy drives by Epson, a Toshiba SCSI CD-ROM and a regular 5.25 inch drive
A bunch of old HDDs. Mostly MFM, but there is also an early IDE drive in the mix. I really like the disk on a panel with an MFM controller.
Bunch of MFM controllers, two EGA/VGA cards and regular ISA IDE controller.
SCSI ISA controllers
GeForce 256 and AWE32 Value
DX2 and DX4 Overdrives
A multi I/O with what looks like a Microsoft InPort Mouse port (at least the mouse fits), two IDE2CF adapters and two keyboards adapters (PS2>AT and AT>PS2).
And now the most interesting part: UMAX S900:
On the surface it looks like a regular ATX case akin to a Dell Dimension T500 (and it's really the same case by Palo Alto), but it's actually a Mac. Just not made by Apple.
It was upgraded to a G3 500 MHz CPU:
It also somehow has 400MB of RAM, three SCSI hard drives and 6 PCI slots. Guess this machine really needs a Voodoo!
i have that same microsoft mouse on my Pentium 100 MHz PC but a Serial/PS2 compatible version.