Reply 46940 of 50464, by Socket3
Picked up a lot of 15" CRT monitors and some components / PCs from the capital, and managed to get them home tonigh.
A couple of DELL Trinitron Ultrascan 800HS 15" CRTs. The casings look great but the CRTs are a bit tired - one more so then the other. Not overly dim, but not bright like my low hour 21" dell. \
The PC underneath one of the monitors is a Compaq Deskpro 2000. Came with it's original keyboard. Didn't check the specs, all I know is that it's socket 7 and it has 48MB of EDO Dram installed. It's missing the HDD and CD-ROM. Didn't plan on getting it - went for the monitors, but the person who sold me said monitors was using this PC to test them - so I made an offer and he accepted it. Wouldn't let me have the hard drive unfortunately.
The PC on top is an HP Brio B600 (I think) - complete and working with windows 98 installed. It's a 650MHz slot 1 pentium III running on a HP intel 440ZX chipset board with no AGP (on board matrox g200) and 1 ISA slot, 192MB of SDRAM and a 10GB HDD. The one on the bottom is an empty case I got from a friend who's also into retro hardware. I really like these early mATX cases.
These two are a couple of generic "black box" PCs common in my country from 2006 to 2010 - LGA775, pentium dual core or core 2 duo. The cases are in excellent condition, not bad looking models if you ask me, and of decent quality. Got them from the same friend who gave me the biege mATX case.
From the left - a trident blade 3d AGP card - given to me as defective, a SiS 315 card - boxed, belongs to a friend of mine, I'm just borrowing it for testing - will have to give it back when I'm done. In the middle is an Asus p5N-D, an nforce 750i LGA 775 mainboard witch I've been curious about for a while. I have a zotac nf780i, but I've never played with a 750i before. The little blue board is an Asrock K7S41GX - sis chipset, matx. Wanted one of these for a while to test SiS socket A chipsets.