Well, since we've made it to the 2000 pages, I might as well show off something 2000 based.
Today I managed to find a $40 Gateway 2000 P5-75, which I only paid $37 for. I wasn't expecting to get much beyond an AT style case and maybe a working power supply for the price of shipping a case. As it turns out, I got a completely working system that really only needed some thorough cleaning. The picture below is post-cleaning.
Needless to say it cleaned up well.
It came with 32 MB of mixed EDO and FPM (which has been changed to 60ns EDO), a proper Pentium 75 (which has been changed to my P-100 for the sake of having 66MHz as the system clock), a SB16 Vibra S (CT2890), S3 Trio 64 (STB Powergraph 64) and an absolutely cute 8-bit ISA 14.4 modem. The 1083MB HDD is also working, as is the floppy drive.
My only question now is what I should do with it. I've been trying to get my SD-IDE adapter to work, but the integrated IDE doesn't seem to like my Sintechi adapter. I can get it detected with a PCI IDE card, which is more annoying than hard to deal with. I do also wonder if the Vibra, which does have a branded Yamaha OPL chip, is worth considering over my other OPL cards. I also need to figure out what the actual motherboard is so that I can update things. I assume it's an FX, but I'm not certain, as SB82437FX-66 is the only chip name that stands out.