Reply 17920 of 18384, by gex85
Today I started testing some of the hardware that I received over the last few days, starting with this lot: Re: Bought these (retro) hardware today
While testing the M396F 386 motherboard, one of my old power supplies blew up, but luckily nothing else got damaged and the 386 seems to work like a charm.
So while I was at it, I tested some of the 30 pin SIMM modules that I have kicking around, mainly just to see which capacity they are. Turned out most of them are 256 KB or 1 MB. But I also found two 4 MB sticks that will stay in the M396F for now.
The ET4000 unfortunately doesn't output any video, I might have to have a look at the jumper and dip switch settings...
1992 - i486DX2-66 // 1997 - P1-233 MMX // 1998 - P2-350 // 2000 - P3-650 // 2001 - Athlon 1400 // 2003 - Athlon XP 3200+ // 2008 - Xeon E5450 // 2015 - Xeon E3-1240v5