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Professionally assembled 486 Gaming PC by yamaha94
Started on: 08-10-2019 10:20 PM
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Last post by: Phosphor_Burn on 08-24-2020 01:58 AM
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Report this Post08-10-2019 10:20 PM Click Here to See the Profile for yamaha94Click Here to Email yamaha94Send a Private Message to yamaha94Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hello, I have a professionally assembled 486 Gaming PC for your retro video gaming pleasure:

Assembled in 2015

Specs:

Brand New Case (all power and reset buttons work) - no usb functionality,
DVD/CD Drive
USB floppy emulator
CF hard drive setup (through reader at front)
24 MB of ram, expandable to 32
Overclocked and fan 166mhz 486
PCI and ISA compatable
PS2 (untested - do not have a mouse)
BUS mouse card and BUS mouse included
PS connector for keyboard (can include)
VGA output (8mb card) with VooDoo expansion card (for windows applications)
Soundblaster 16x soundcard ISA
ATX powersupply to AT adaptor (turns on and off from power supply)
OS - Dos 6, includes select menu and many many games ready to go!

This is a professionally put together build bymyself who is A+ certified computer instructor. This computer has been fantastic and works flawlessly.
Make a decent offer and its yours. Ships from canada. Send me a DM
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Report this Post04-28-2020 10:13 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ls3machSend a Private Message to ls3machEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
I have to ask. Why?
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Report this Post08-24-2020 01:58 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Phosphor_BurnSend a Private Message to Phosphor_BurnEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
 
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Originally posted by ls3mach:

I have to ask. Why?


Older computer games usually don't run correctly on newer machines, even with emulators like DOSBox. There really is no substitute for the original hardware if you want to play games from the '80s and '90s. Plus, owning and tinkering with retro computers is a whole hobby in itself!

I still own a 486 myself.

OP, I assume you've sold this computer by now. What did you end up getting for it?
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