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Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

Anyone else familiar with these Ambra computers? This one is in its original configuration with 486SX 25MHz, 4MB RAM and 210MB Harddrive. I Added Sound Blaster 16 and 3COM networking card since the onboard controller does not seem to like CF adapters paired with a hard drive.

Re: My Big Red Switch 486

Theres a site that lists a lot of different turbo LEDs. Mine wasn't on there unfortunately. http://www.minuszerodegrees.net/led_speed_display/led_speed_display.htm The main thing to know is they are a just a dumb pannel that doesn't actually read the clock speed from the motherboard. They are just …

Re: post up pics of your "computing area"

Here’s my space in one corner of the loft. EDFBCE94-7F2C-4A92-B1FB-248A076F5B7A.jpeg 669A766A-6E70-414B-876D-B233CB4A3EC1.jpeg 6A4989EA-A436-45B2-8D58-E4845E3952C4.jpeg Here we have: Amiga 4000 060 Amiga 1200 060 Atari Falcon CT60e 060 BBC Master Acorn A3020 24Mhz Acorn Atom BBC Micro Model B Acorn …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

Found some matching speakers, but still not the original unmarked ones I used to have... Are the cutouts on the bottom of those speakers seriously there to accommodate the width of the keyboard? Amazing! I've got complete Aptiva system as well but with G50 monitor and non-IBM branded speakers that …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

Specs: PC Chips M321 motherboard (all ISA slots) AMD 386DX-40 CPU 16mb 30-pin RAM Tseng ET4000AX 1mb video card Aztech Sound Blaster Pro 2 clone (real OPL) MS-DOS 6.22/Windows For Workgroups 3.11 3COM Etherlink ISA Network Card XT-CF lite with 2gb CF card in back expansion bracket amazing, well …

Re: Retro Rig Photo Thread

About the LED display - yes there is a place for the LED display, it's not installed. I only have a LED display that can go up to 199 MHz and this PC is 233MHz, somehow I don't like setting an arbitrary number :-). Maybe I could use the jumpers to set the LED value to the word "HI" (I think I saw …

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