First post, by pete8475
Recently I found an interesting AT case on ebay and ordered it straight away. I probably paid way too much (as usual) and after it arrived I had to find something to do with it. So I decided to build a better version of the first PC my parents purchased in 1996. That machine was a socket 7 430VX based machine so I started from there and have assembled the following PC.
TechMedia AT case (Coolermaster ATX power supply with AT adapter)
AMD K6-2+ 450 (75mhz x 6 multiplier)
128MB EDO RAM (4x32MB)
Radeon 7000 PCI (wanted DVI)
3COM ISA NIC
Promise Ultra 133
64GB Compactflash for storage
So far I haven't done much with it yet aside from assembly. I have also loaded windows and updated to a modded BIOS version that properly supports K6-2+ processors (did this with an Intel 233MMX cpu in the board).
I think I'm going to probably install Hover from the Win 95 CD and try out some other old games from that time in my childhood over the next few weeks.