This monster arrived today. Somebody has definitely been inside of it before. The CPUs were most likely swapped out and 2.8Ghz CPUs put in. Reason I think this is because 1 Beyond lists the default CPUs as 3.06Ghz.
It also has had the video card swapped out for a Geforce FX 5200. I guess this could have been stock, but it would have had to have been special order.
The other "3" video outputs are actually all one card. I'll post pics of that later as well. It doesn't have any model or brand on it other than the SDRAM stick which has a Compaq sticker on it. Super weird.
In any case, the motherboard is a SuperMicro x5DA8, a larger motherboard than I was expecting to be in there. This motherboard can take Socket 604 533fsb CPUs, which means it maxes out at 3.2Ghz and the maximum RAM is 12GB if all 6 slots are filled with 2GB sticks.
It uses DDR1-266 (PC2100). It currently has 4x 1GB Registered ECC sticks.
Current drive setup is 3x super loud IBM 37GB SCSI drives. They are so loud that the build in speakers can hardly be heard even when turned all the way up.
It boots to Windows XP and has the original software for the TV station it was used for. I'll post pics and other stuff when I get a chance. Looks like it was mostly used for news around 2004-2006.
There is also a Norton Ghost backup of the OS and software from what it looks like so I will be saving that.
The keyboard uses Alps black switches. Most seem to work great, but a few are not as quick to rebound as the others.
I did have to completely disassemble the unit to get it to power on. Found a loose screw inside that was most likely stuck under the motherboard and shorting something out. The screw was probably loose in there before and moved around in shipping because the seller showed pics of it in the BIOS.