I have 2 PCs, and then one shared one.
Shared PC: Windows 7 Pro, Intel Core i7, GTX770 (2 in SLI), 8GB RAM, GIgabyte motherboard (I forgot the name 😒), 2 DVD drives. x2 1TB HDDs and one 120GB SSD.
Windows 98 SE, Pentium II 299MHz, Matrox Mystique 220 (going to swap out for a Voodoo 3), SoundBlaster AudioPCI (going to swap out for an AWE32 if possible), 512MB RAM, SE440BX-2 motherboard, DVD drive, and 3.5 floppy. 20GB HDD.
Windows XP Home Edition, Celeron M 1.5GHz, some integrated GPU, 256MB RAM, DVD drive. It's just a Dell Inspiron 1200 I use for MechWarrior 3. 20GB HDD.
I have a Windows XP Gateway computer but it doesn't work so I've taken the good parts out. Everything but the motherboard and possibly a CD-ROM drive is fine. The motherboard hangs at start (and no, I can't get into the BIOS options, there's no key for it for some god forsaken reason) and one of the CD drives won't recognize in it last time I was able to get past the motherboard start (though that could just be the mobo). The parts from it were: 80GB HDD (might use it in my OG Xbox, or I might save it for a future build 😜), 3.5 Floppy (may or may not be working), and I plan to pull the Pentium 4 from it. Along with that, I'll get its GeForce 2 and Ethernet card when I can get the damn tight screw off.
So the answer is: nope! I'd personally like to get a Windows XP computer with some good parts in it (but still period correct) and possibly a dedicated Win3.1\DOS machine (with a Voodoo 1 and Trio64).
Musician & music gear/game reviewer.
MIDI hardware: JD-990, SC-55, SC-880, SD-90, VL70-m, Motif ES, Trinity, TS-10, Proteus 2000, XK-6, E6400U