Yah, I've always wanted a LS120, I walked past this twice in the thrift, and then *tinkle* penny dropped, "Why does that machine have two floppy drives?.......Ohhhh!!"
Rest is nothing special, mATX i845 board 100/400, SDRAM 2x256Mb PC133, 32Mb TNT2, winmodem.... not sure what P4 yet, crossing my fingers for a 2.8A... got enough dog slow ones... think the soundcard was pulled... no HDD, just all the drives you see in front, I'd quite like to have another working LG supermulti though, opticals have been dying like they can catch covid or something lately. PSU is hmmmm, case in not too bad shape and I maybe have it's twin, so be nice to put keepers in a matching pair. Anyway, whole ~$10 USD, 12.99CDN and a sore arm from carrying it was the bill.
edit: Lose.. CPU is 1.5Ghz Willamette... Some bloaty caps by the CPU too, IDK if they're 1000 or 1500s at the moment, too dirty... Oh it has some kinda onboard sound.. there's one slot uncovered, which is what made me think a soundcard used to live there.
editII: Took some while to ID the vid card, think I'm there now, it's an Asus V3800M Magic Pure 32MB ... the larger, fairly well printed sticker on it, seeming to come from a computer store, said it was a V7800 TNT M64.. and had $89.99 below that.... 90 fricking bucks for an apparently USED TNT2!!! Poor sucker got boned, checked 2001 pricing, first old computer paper I pulled up had a new Geforce2 for $69 ... might have been an MX but still... Computer store dude must have seen him coming. Anyhoo for a brief, sweet, but brief, moment, I thought it was something in the high end of GF2s, due to the V7x00 numbering, but nope, human error, deliberate or otherwise, tryna make it sound more current than it was maybe.
Unicorn herding operations are proceeding, but all the totes of hens teeth and barrels of rocking horse poop give them plenty of hiding spots.