Loc: Florida, USA
I was moving stuff in my mom's attic and found my old 386 PC. I forgot I put it there years ago. I use to use it for BBS and connect with Procom.
This system at the time was 10 times faster then anyone else I knew had. AMD 386 at 66MHz w/ AMD 387 fast math chip at 40MHz PC-Chips AT motherboard with 6 ISA BUS and 8 30pin memory simms 16MB ram Trident 8900 VGA video Sound Blaster 16 U.S Robotics External 28.8K modem 3com 33.6K modem 500MB Seagate SCSI hard drive Panasonic 4x CD-ROM Two 1.44MB Floppy Colorado backup tape drive Acer AT tower with a 200watt power supply.
I'm tempted to cram another 16MB of ram in it, add a 1GB hard drive IDE and a 10base ISA Ethernet card into the sucker and use it for my IRC bots. Just have to reformat the old HD to get rid of OS\2 and XENIX then install some version of Linux.
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