First post, by daibido1123

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Hi all

So I remember back in the day, my grandfather had a computer he built, that had multiple turbo button speeds. It was a Socket 3 Pentium Overdrive build. The turbo button had a line of smaller buttons under it, that if pressed, downclocked the CPU to lower speeds. It had a Readout above the Turbo, that showed the current speed, that had a button next to it to turn it off.

I am describing this here, from what I guess are 24/25+-year-old memories, because I am trying to remember the make and model of case this was, so I can keep an eye and ear out for it. The issue is, I can not remember anything more outside of the parts he had in it, and the look of the case.

So does anyone know what this PC case is? Thanks for your time.

P.S. I think I know the Motherboard he used, but not 100% sure on it. It used a GUI BIOS, it had three ISA slots with VLB slots, and PCI slots above them. A ZIF Socket 3 CPU Socket, and was fully Pentium Overdrive compatible. If anyone knows what board this is, please let me know.

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