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Re: Retro PC Case

interesting, I guess those cases were primarily made with slot CPUs in mind, most that I see around seem to have PII/PIII slot systems inside, I also remember having a case like that with a PII system around. the posted one still seems to be a newer case though.

Re: Retro PC Case

that PSU placement can actually help with cooling, especially with SLOT cpus. original ATX designs were built with PSU airflow in mind. you shouldn't put a normal socket cooler with a fan that counteracts the PSU fan there of course. according to wiki the original idea with ATX was to draw air into …

Re: Budget Windows 98 Retro Gaming PC

I can tell you what I had in 1999, the PC was originally bought in 1998: MB: Gigabyte GA-6BXE CPU: Pentium II 400Mhz (upgraded in 1999) RAM: 64MB GPU: TNT2 Ultra (upgraded in 1999, I remember spending all my birthday money and then some on this card ^^) Sound: AWE64 value CT4520 HDD: 6.4GB case: In …

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