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Project: Vintage DOS/Win98 gaming machine.

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Project: Vintage DOS/Win98 gaming machine is complete! (sans 3.5 " floppy drive).
Specs:
Motherboard: Epox brand, Slot 1 CPU, Intel 440bx chipset, x1 AGP 3.3v slot, x4 PCI slots, x3 ISA slots. SD and EDO RAM compatibility. First gen USB. 66 or 100mhz FSB.
CPU: Pentium III 600mhz
RAM: 512MB SDRAM 133 running at 100mhz with timings 2-2-2.
VIDEO: Voodoo 3 2000 AGP 16MB @ 2x AGP speed. (For late 90s glide API games and DOS).
Geforce4 4200 128MB AGP 8x (For early 00's Quake 3 engine and newer games).
Sound: ISA Sound blaster 16 Vibra S with onboard Yamaha OPL3 chip (for juicy FM synthesis.)
Storage: 16GB SanDisk SD card in an IDE to SD card adapter.
8GB Western Digital IDE HDD. (For backup storage)
DVD IDE optical drive.
Power: 600w Power color PSU.
Display: 19 " CRT DELL model
Keyboard: Unicomp Model type M buckling spring keyboard. Ps/2
Mouse: Microsoft wireless intellimouse Ps/2 with serial adapter.
Questions or comments welcomed. I can't wait to do some classic glide and DOS gaming on this thing.
 

 

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This is a rad project.

I'm pretty sure my Windows XP gaming-savvy desktop circa 2001 still works in the basement.  AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1ghz processor, Sound Blaster sound card, some kind of Radeon card, DVD-writer, Gravis gamepad, Logitech joystick, can't remember the amount of RAM but it was a ton at the time.

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