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Memory 2*8GB Avexir Core Blue 2400Hz@1600 DDR3| 2+4GB 2133MHz DDR4
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Sorry about poor quality, don't have a proper camera. :(

A Winfast A180 DDR T



And a ASUS V9999/TD

 

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Video Card(s) Dual liquid cooled HD7970's (Thanks to Norton!!!)
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Nostalgic memory(s) time excuse the pun

Lets Start off with 30 pin Simms ranging from 256k to 16m/b per simm



72 pin Simm's 2 are 16mb edo and 2 are 32mb (?)



Moving on to SD RAM 32mb to 256mb



How's this for meaty ( Server ) SD RAM 256mb edo



Finaly a Ram upgrade board from an ancient 486DX33 compaq Tablet Laptop
a massive 4mb



Now for some Nostalgic CPU's
including a guess the item ? :D:eek::confused:

Lets Start with
Intel 387DX20 and 386DX20


486 NON INTEL (but compatible)


AMD AM5x86 P75 front


AMD K6 266 300 AMD K6 2 350 AMD K6 2 400

AMD Duron and Athlon CPU

Cyrix M2 300gp


Intel P2 Slot 1 CPU

Intel P4 Celeron and P4 Socket 478


And Last the Mystery Guess the Item:laugh::laugh::laugh: :confused: :confused: :confused: :banghead::banghead:



More Nostalgic Hardware (and software) Photo's to follow :roll::toast::D
 
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yes we have a winner
a well informed guess
it was in an old server (the processor the server had was a P2 233hz + this slot Terminator)
the above photo (Intel P2 Slot 1 CPU) shows a P2 266mhz in tandem(duel)mount that also came out of identical Server as you can see these P2 266mhz were passively cooled (no fans)
it made for a very quiet server
 
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Some awesome hardware here guys :D
 

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Oldest working motherboard i currently possess is a Gigabyte GA 71 XE4 Socket A Motherboard


Hard Drives
Smallest hard drives are (ScSi from an Apple left 121 mb right 250mb)

Seagate ST3144a Hard Drive Capacity 130 mb

got a few more hard Drives in the 1 1/2gig to 30 gig range which i will post later

Back up Solutions
Even back in the olden days System and file Back up started to be a problem
what with files becoming to large to span multiple Floppy disks ( 360 kB or 1.2mb 5 1/4" or 720 KB, followed by what became the most common format, 1.44 MB. 3 1/2").
The solution Back up by Tape Drive (and Restore)

You Put these

(Tapes Capacity varied these are 40mb and 120mb)

into this Irwin Tape Backup Drive



or this Conner Backup Drive

]

or some other compatible brand/manufacturer Tape Drive

More Nostalgic Hardware (and software) Photo's to follow :roll::toast::toast::toast::toast:
 

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Pen and Tablet computers
You Might think that they are The newest and latest advance in Computer Hardware
so why am i talking Pen and Tablet computers in this thread ?
Not the Place ? well your be wrong thinking that
Here is a little Wilki
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compaq_Concerto




There were three Concerto models, varying in hard disk capacity, and processor speed. All had 4MB of RAM soldered to the motherboard, which was expandable to 20MB using proprietary memory modules.

There were two processor options: Intel 486SL @ 25MHz, or Intel 486SL @ 33MHz. The 25MHz model was available with either a 120MB or 240MB IDE hard disk drive, and the 33MHz model had a 240MB IDE hard disk drive. Both models had a built in 3.5" 1.44MB floppy disk drive.

All models shipped with MS-DOS 6.2, with Compaq's unique set of DOS extensions for power management, configuration and model specific help. Windows for PEN Computing Version 1, which was Windows 3.1 with necessary add-ons for pen operation — including handwriting recognition - was also pre-installed.
This one was the 33Mhz 486sl 240mb hd with 8mb memory
graphics for this onboard was VGA: 640×480 grayscale
Colour on external moniter and it from about "1993"
Does It still work ? (it was still working when i Buried it in the loft Battery is Dodo and I can no longer find the power pack pen batterys are long dead as well)

Next A Dell Latitude CP1 Laptop Circa 1999







and some PMCA Adapter cards


:toast::toast::toast:
More Photo's coming soon
 
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Very very awesome old hardware Dorset!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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I will post my Compaq Intel motherboard and Celeron 667mhz CPU when I get home. It still works but not quite old enough. I am trying to get my grandmothers pentium I 133mhz machine they hardly use. It takes about 2-4 minutes to boot windows 98 LOL
 

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All this Nostalgic Hardware is Nothing without the Nostalgic Software
So where do you start
For me the Earliest Genuine software would be (might have Earlier bootleg software but thats between me and You "Snigger")
Dos






So your Nostalgic Hardware is built and your Nostalgic Operating system is installed
what is other essential Software are you going to need
Of Course Anti Virus Software you dont want to become infected from computer Magazine freebe disks or "from the "New fangled INTERNET Thingy
so you install something like these



"Well You got to be Safe and Protected Don't you ?"

More Photo's comeing Soon:toast::toast::toast:
 

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Need to identify this

Hi,

This is an awsm thread and I think U guys can help me.

I bought an old server pc on an auction a while back and I want to power it up and see if the old lady still works.

All I can find on the motherboard is:

12210565 REV.C / D
Dual BX pent.II server system M/B

I still need memory for it before I can do anything, the memory it needs must have 2 gaps, so I think it is SD RAM.

It still has an old tape drive with tapes.

Will post some pics if I am allowed.

What operating system will work on this machine? (Windows 98)?? or must it be a server operating system?

Where will I find drivers??

Thanks and sorry if I was not allowed to post here, I just love the old stuff.
 

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Photo's will get you "in the Club"
photos may help Some of us to Identify the motherboard and that will help to find out its spec's
Software wize again that depends on the spec's on Boot and your Preference of O/S
you looking For Original Spec Software or more modern compatible Software
ie Type and total Ram
Some Server Boards would run on normal SD Ram Most "NEED REGISTERED EDO/ECC Ram"
Number of and Speed of CPU's
IF it Runs Duel Processors they have to Match
1 x 233mhz/512/100 + 1 x 233mhz/512/100 (ok)
1 x 233mhz/512/100 + 1x 266Mhz/512/100 (mismatch not ok)
as far as i remember they were even supposed to be from the same production batch
You bought a pair of matched Cpu's Together because if you did'nt and you used different Cpu's from different batches (ie bought at different times / one replaced due to failure Systems Crashed )
(NT4 and later = multi processor Capable ) win 95/98/Me only recognize 1 CPU only ( and thus use 1 only)
Linux unix ( i believe will recognize run and utilize more than one CPU).
Think XP Home also only recognize 1 CPU only ( and thus use 1 only)
Linux unix ( i believe will recognize run and utilize more than one CPU).
XP Professional (Multi CPU Capable) (min recomended CPU is 233Mhz)
so what CPU (s) does this M/B have fitted?
Our Server Experts might also have more questions for you before we can further help you
:toast::toast::toast:
 

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Photo's will get you "in the Club"
photos may help Some of us to Identify the motherboard and that will help to find out its spec's
Software wize again that depends on the spec's on Boot and your Preference of O/S
you looking For Original Spec Software or more modern compatible Software
ie Type and total Ram
Some Server Boards would run on normal SD Ram Most "NEED REGISTERED EDO/ECC Ram"
Number of and Speed of CPU's
IF it Runs Duel Processors they have to Match
1 x 233mhz/512/100 + 1 x 233mhz/512/100 (ok)
1 x 233mhz/512/100 + 1x 266Mhz/512/100 (mismatch not ok)
as far as i remember they were even supposed to be from the same production batch
You bought a pair of matched Cpu's Together because if you did'nt and you used different Cpu's from different batches (ie bought at different times / one replaced due to failure Systems Crashed )
(NT4 and later = multi processor Capable ) win 95/98/Me only recognize 1 CPU only ( and thus use 1 only)
Linux unix ( i believe will recognize run and utilize more than one CPU).
Think XP Home also only recognize 1 CPU only ( and thus use 1 only)
Linux unix ( i believe will recognize run and utilize more than one CPU).
XP Professional (Multi CPU Capable) (min recomended CPU is 233Mhz)
so what CPU (s) does this M/B have fitted?
Our Server Experts might also have more questions for you before we can further help you
:toast::toast::toast:
that's a bit tough to read, but he's right.
in order to help you, we'll need specs as detailed as you can make them and pictures will help tremendously.
if you're versed in old hardware like this, you should be able to pull the processors fairly easily. this will help us determine speeds, caches, etc. just make sure you re-seat the processors in the same slot/socket you pulled it from, don't want to mix them up.
as far as os goes, your best bet for windows would be NT4 or xp pro. linux/unix are great as well, but require a bit of knowledge as you'll probably have to patch the kernel and update the version dependencies to work with old hardware like this. a good start point for linux/unix on this hardware would be DamnSmallLinux(or DSL for short), as it's still being updated and as the name suggests, is a very light distro. last time i checked(it's been a few years), the entire distro fit on a 32MB flash drive.
 

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I need to ask my dad what he did with my old socket 7 machine I left with him before the army. I think he gave it to his brother.
 

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how much for sonic CD?:D
 
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how much for sonic CD?:D
I paid £5 for it about 1 month ago. Ive tried to play it on Windows 7 with the compatibility patch but it doesn't like to go into fullscreen so it will only play in its native res in a tiny windowed mode.
Not only are retro builds fun to make but the compatibility is sweet.
 
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I paid £5 for it about 1 month ago. Ive tried to play it on Windows 7 with the compatibility patch but it doesn't like to go into fullscreen so it will only play in its native res in a tiny windowed mode.
Not only are retro builds fun to make but the compatibility is sweet.
YHPM:roll:
 
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Another Selection of Nostalgic Hardware some with appropriate Software
Lets Start with an assortment of Hard Disks all IDE with capacitys ranging from 1.6gb to 30gb




Another IDE Drive Device
This is The LS120 Super Floppy Drive along with the Software install Disks and some of the Disks it would also read/write to
They are 720k 1.44mb 2.88mb (not pictured ) and finaly 120mb





Now a 12 yr old DVD Rom (Still Working)

Here is a IWill SCSI Wide Card with Software




Remember the 3DFX Voodoo 3500TV i Got(pictures posted previously).
Well This is what i replaced/ upgraded to
A PowerColor AIW9800SE AGP8 (included the Remote wonder Remote Controler)







Later on i found a Hercules 3D Prophet 7500 All in Wonder(64mb) Secondhand


My Next major Graphics upgrade came with the motherboard upgrade to a PCIE Slot
(I Hedged my upgrade bet with a Asrock4core Duel sata2 from a Asrock P4i65G)

Photos of those Mother Boards and more Hardware/software to come later:nutkick::roll::toast::toast:
 
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Memory 2x 8GB G.Skill Trident Z (F4-3200C16D-16GTZB)(Hynix)
Video Card(s) MSI AMD Radeon R9 280X Gaming
Storage HyperX Savage 240GB + KC300 240GB + 750EVO 500GB
Display(s) LG Flatron W2361V 23'' FHD
Case NOX Blaze
Audio Device(s) ASUS Xonar DX
Power Supply Corsair TX650M
Mouse Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500
Keyboard Logitech Media Keyboard (PS/2)
Software Windows 10 x86-64 (1703)
All hail the great 4CoreDual!!!

My Next major Graphics upgrade came with the motherboard upgrade to a PCIE Slot
(I Hedged my upgrade bet with a Asrock4core Duel sata2 from a Asrock P4i65G)

Photos of those Mother Boards and more Hardware/software to come later
Ha! Mine first!



:D
 
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Video Card(s) MSI AMD Radeon R9 280X Gaming
Storage HyperX Savage 240GB + KC300 240GB + 750EVO 500GB
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Power Supply Corsair TX650M
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Keyboard Logitech Media Keyboard (PS/2)
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Cool, you have 1st gen.
Mine has one less speaker output. :ohwell: