First post, by Jonas-fr
Due to space constraints I'm using my PCI/ISA cards (sound cards and video cards) with small x86 machines. I'm using either laptops with docking station that allows ISA cards to be connected, either the odd AIC's Keyboard Network Station I stumbled uppon or industrial PCs which are very small and very sturdy (my prefered option for now, SBC does wonders when space is an issue).
I'm guessing if there's a fourth option that would involve a more modern x86 hardware, fully compatible with old ISA/PCI cards. Kinda like a tiny Raspberry Pi with extra IO for hooking PCI/ISA connectors and cards. I'm aware of the Vortex86 but it seems to have some compatibility issues. Ideally this is what I would be looking for but more porwerful (something between a 486 and a PIII). Well if you have some pointers I'm all ears! Thanks 😉
TL;DR I'm looking for a (modernish) ways to build a small (space wise) DOS gaming rig with ISA (16bits) and/or PCI support.