I recently picked up this nice AT case, gave it a good clean up and migrated my 486 machine into it. It's much cooler looking than my old case.
Sorry for the bad quality pics, it was late last night on my phone in my dimly lit computer dungeon 😜
(sorry for the shadow in the front)
The turbo display originally read 66/33 but I've changed it to HI/LO since I wasn't using a 66MHz processor.
Current specs of my 486 are:
VL/1-486SV2G motherboard ( I believe its an Asus) with a 486DX4-100 Overdrive. The board has solder pads for a 3.3V regulator but the VRM's themselves are missing, so 5V only for this board for now.
16MB RAM, 256KB 15ns L2 cache, Winbond VLB IDE controller, Quantum 1.2GB IDE HDD (with Ontrack Dynamic Disk Overlay installed for large partition support), DOS 6.22
Video card is a VLB Tseng ET4000 W32/P with 2MB of video RAM
Sound cards are a Gravis Ultrasound Classic with 1MB RAM, and an Acer Magic S20 with XR385 daughterboard. The Magic S20 has a real YMF262 on it but digital sound doesn't work properly in some games (sound cuts out or doesn't play at all) so I'm waiting on an Yamaha YMF-719 to show up to replace it.
If you are squeamish, don't prod the beach rubble.