Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by stinger608, Nov 14, 2009.
Heh you know it.
Does an old General Electric Wildcat count as nostalgic hardware?
Where did you get that big yellow CD
An omelet gone horribly wrong. If anyone's wondering it's Steve Martin's The Crow.
Oh hell yea!!!!!! Awesome old vinyl player Maban!!!!!!
I've got a big phonograph/8-track/radio cabinet in the garage that needs fixing up. I can't find anything on it that says what company or model or anything. Perhaps I could get some TPU help on identifying it? I figure it's from the 70's judging from the fabric pattern.
Some awesome nostalgic hardware here I'm loving it
Yep I am sure it is from the 70's. If there is no tag on the back board behind the unit, you can probably pull that back board and there should be one on the inside of it or possibly on one of the sides of the main cabinet. If I had to guess, due to no name on the tuner itself, I would guess it to be a Coranado brand. They were sold a lot during the early 70's. A lot of little stores carried them. One of the main distributors for Coranado was a store chain called Gambles. Gambles and another chain called Coast to Coast was a couple of the larger distributors for the Coranado brand name.
Thanks. I'll see if I can get the back panel off in the spring. It's currently buried under various things that have no business being in a garage.
Wow, I remember when my parents first bought our first computer (I'm a Senior in High School), we sort of got ripped off from an old Store in here, Fresno, CA. It was called A+ Computers.
Gigabyte 7300 GT (silent pipe)
The following pictures are of crap quality.
GeForce2 MX 400
couple of PC133 128Mb SDRam modules
AMD Duron 800Mhz
Awesome ole system Specks!!!!!
Added ya to the club.
My now once again up and running server. The Mighty Kt7a-raid w/ a 80 gig os drive running win xp pro sp3, 5, 120 gig data drives, Geforce fx 5700, Sb Live! 1.5 gig of pc133, and an unsupported 2400+ FTW.
And thanks to our own member ThE_MaD_ShOt I now have an awesome Abit NF7 with a mobile XP2400+ to add to the images!!!! Thanks a ton bro!!!
Nice piece there!
I have that same CPU in my emachines M5310 Still using it today
Is that the rev 2 model????
Yes I believe it is Phill! Very sweet ole board.
Awesome They do overclock very well I think I did manage to hit 250 FSB with one chip!!
We have come a long way baby!
I had to do a little digging to find this fella. Figured using a Quarter would give a good idea of scale.
Cool, a Pentium 166 with MMX
Added you to the original post.
You are certainly welcome and have fun with that low mileage bad boy. I also may have a few other hidden away gems you maybe interested in. 1 has a A in it and another is just the baddest of it series. And there's more. I will gets some pics soon as 1 is still in use and works very well.
Damn that board has only run a couple hours in it whole life. It's still a baby.
And here's it older sibling in action. Now for sale. In my fs thread.
Oh hey! I also have one just like that!
Spoiler: Crummy setup, I know...
It's just for testing/backup use, atm...
Separate names with a comma.