Reply 1861 of 1864, by babtras
appiah4 wrote on 2021-07-09, 09:02:
not only is it tiny but it's also overcrowded and messy as fuck. FML
Messy AF is the natural state of my office. My pic is not an accurate reflection of normal circumstances.
I sympathize with the space issue. It is unfortunate that retro computing hobbies consume so much space. Emulators just aren't the same.
Reply 1862 of 1864, by babtras
Reply 1863 of 1864, by RetroSilicon
A work in progress...
Reply 1864 of 1864, by mrping
seob wrote on 2015-06-02, 21:33:
Hi just introducing myself. Been a pc user ever since our first pc a Philips P2230 12.5mhz 1 Mb ram, 20Mb hdd, 1.44Mb 3.5"diskdr […]
Hi just introducing myself.
Been a pc user ever since our first pc a Philips P2230 12.5mhz 1 Mb ram, 20Mb hdd, 1.44Mb 3.5"diskdrive, and cga monochrome graphics. Later expanded with a 256Kb 8bit isa vga card and a Adlib compatible soundcard, after using a year or so a selfbuild covox cable.
My retro systems i got today are:
A P100, 32Mb, 1.2 Gb Hdd, ArkLogic 2000PV 2Mb vga card, A gravis ultrasound max compatible soundcard, and a Logitech soundman wave for soundblaster compatibility and a internal zip 100 and 8x cd-rom.
My second system is
a P233MMX, 64Mb ram, 3.2Gb Hdd, Daimond Stealth 3d 2000 4Mb, 3dfx voodoo2 12 Mb, a sb ct4170 and a 12x cd-rom drive.
For gaming purposes i have a whole lot of controllers, Gravis gamepad, Gravis joystick, quickshot masterpilot, thrustmaster tupgun platium, thrustmaster attack throttle, microsoft sidewinder forcefeedback and a digital edge f1 sim compact.
Display is a sony lcd 4:3 display.
I also have a commodore pc10-III, it's booting up, but i don't get picture on my monitor, also i don't have a keyboard. The battery has leaked so the mainboard and a few ramchips have some corrosion.
Wanna sell the P2230 ?