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Bought these (retro) hardware today

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Reply 20660 of 36165, by bjwil1991

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BSA Starfire wrote:

SoundBlaster 2.0 CT1350B, perfect for one of my 386 machines, not decided if it'll go into the sx or dx yet.

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Try both and see what happens.

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Reply 20661 of 36165, by BSA Starfire

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I'm thinking the 386DX will have this card and the SX can have the Sound blaster.

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286 20MHz,1MB RAM,Trident 8900B 1MB, Conner CFA-170A.SB 1350B
386SX 33MHz,ULSI 387,4MB Ram,OAK OTI077 1MB. Seagate ST1144A, MS WSS audio
Amstrad PC 9486i, DX/2 66, 16 MB RAM, Cirrus SVGA,Win 95,SB 16
Cyrix MII 333,128MB,SiS 6326 H0 rev,ESS 1869,Win ME

Reply 20663 of 36165, by BSA Starfire

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I'd rather have an adlib/clone for one of them but I keep missing out on the ones on Amibay, I count myself lucky I got the Sound Blaster 2.0 from you 😀

286 20MHz,1MB RAM,Trident 8900B 1MB, Conner CFA-170A.SB 1350B
386SX 33MHz,ULSI 387,4MB Ram,OAK OTI077 1MB. Seagate ST1144A, MS WSS audio
Amstrad PC 9486i, DX/2 66, 16 MB RAM, Cirrus SVGA,Win 95,SB 16
Cyrix MII 333,128MB,SiS 6326 H0 rev,ESS 1869,Win ME

Reply 20665 of 36165, by rikukos

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Bancho wrote:
My Panasonic 5 Disc CD-ROM Changer arrived today. Fitting it into my little SS7 Machine i'm building. Really happy it was New Ol […]
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My Panasonic 5 Disc CD-ROM Changer arrived today. Fitting it into my little SS7 Machine i'm building. Really happy it was New Old Stock.

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Nice! Got 2 of them as well apparently(?) from the same seller some time ago - have not tried them yet though. Hear back and tell your thoughts after you've tried it and hope it's working - at least mine were made in Japan and seemed like a quality build.

Reply 20666 of 36165, by jheronimus

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Finally got my Intel DX4 with write-back cache. Going to rebuild my VLB rig (currently using 5x86) around it.

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My Telegram blog about retro hardware (in Russian)

Pentium 133, 32 MB RAM, S3 Trio64V+, Crystal 4232, Dreamblaster X2 and Roland MT-32
Pentium III 1000, 512 MB RAM, Voodoo 5 5500 AGP, SB Live 5.1, SB32 CT3930, Gravis Ultrasound Max rev2.1

Reply 20670 of 36165, by melbar

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Obviously, there are different models, 64M and 32M, and different RAM manufacturer available:

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In case of the test version from ixbtlabs.com, there are single sided up to 8 RAM chips (EtronTech) onboard.

If there are only 4 with a different shape, it depends if they are single sided (32M version) or double sided (64M version) onboard.

Reply 20671 of 36165, by Scraphoarder

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Another oddball item arrived. New old stock IEI SAGP-865EV PT industrial SBC from with IEIs proprietary PCIAGP arrangement. Where the ISA slot sits on normal PICMG1.0 SBCs is here replaced by AGP. Backplanes had PCI and AGP, but also with ISA with a IT8888F bridge board. A 9 slot backplane is also on its way.

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Reply 20673 of 36165, by easy_john

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Buy this one yesterday, to add SB16 and a SCSI to my 486vlb setup.

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Unfortunately, can't read dsp revision on this ebay image, so waiting for board arrive.

Pentium2 450/256mb/4gb/ati rage 128+voodoo2/SB awe32 8mb+db50xg/GUS PnP 8mb/TB Tropez 2mb
486 DX2-66/32mb/8gb/tseng4000 2mb/SB 16+WB/GUS 1mb/LAPC-I
286 12mhz/4mb/512mb/Vga 1mb/SB 2.0+Covox
PegasosII G4 / Amiga 4000 / Amiga1200 / Amiga 600

Reply 20674 of 36165, by probnot

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Picked up a socket 7 in a baby AT case today at the recycler.

Pentium 200MMX
32MB (EDO?) RAM
FIC VA-503+ motherboard (Super socket 7, w/100MHz FSB and AGP support)
S3 Virge graphics
ESS 1938 SB-link, NIC, modem, etc
Had 2 HDDs (had to remove, rules of the recycler)

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For those Canadians here, it would appear The Bay sold computers! Apparently this was assembled by a local company, and then sold at The Bay.

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Also, saw the case of the first new computer I ever bought. Didn't get it cause I have no space, but now I have a photo. So that's... a thing.

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Reply 20675 of 36165, by Artex

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Ok, so admittedly I TOTALLY Artex'd this one.. But, a near-mint Boxed Ensoniq SoundScape Elite. I traded my second boxed version away a while back for a my boxed Ad Lib Music System so now I'm back up to two of these boxed beauties! This one just needs a little minor dusting but everything else is pristine. The original owner really took care of this thing and took extra care when packaging this for the long journey from Japan. 😎 😎 😎 😎

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Reply 20678 of 36165, by Gered

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probnot wrote:
For those Canadians here, it would appear The Bay sold computers! Apparently this was assembled by a local company, and then sol […]
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For those Canadians here, it would appear The Bay sold computers! Apparently this was assembled by a local company, and then sold at The Bay.

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Not that I have any kind of special/nostalgia attachment to The Bay, but if I found that on a PC case I would probably leave it as-is haha. Nice find!

486DX2-66/16MB/S3 Trio32 VLB/SBPro2/GUS
P233 MMX/64MB/Voodoo2/Matrox/YMF719/GUS CD3
Duron 800/256MB/Savage4 Pro/SBLive (IN PROGRESS)
Toshiba 430CDT

Reply 20679 of 36165, by martin939

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rikukos wrote:
Picked up these today: […]
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Picked up these today:

MAXi Gamer Voodoo2 (sealed)
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Canopus Voodoo1 (sealed)
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I'd keep them like this till the end of days. 😀