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Win95 PC: AMD 5x86 133Mhz OC'ed @160Mhz, ATi 3D Rage II, 32mb Ram

Welcome to my retro pc overview. Not quite sure what I'm going to do with it yet but knowing what I did to my first pc back in the day, a 486 sx-25, i wanted to a chance to redeem myself. In short, i kept it in storage for years and tossed it >:(

The hardware of this computer represents one of the best in the 486 era. It has the fastest clock-speed out of all the 486 CPUs and a versatile motherboard with PCI connectors for more modern add-on cards. This PC has a ATi 3D Rage II PCI and a
Diamond Stealth 64 (S3 Trio64+) 2mb to play around with. Currently installed is the Rage II. For sound I have the Creative Labs Sound Blaster 16. 

This system has been completely disassembled, cleaned and reassembled. Windows 95 installed and is running with the CPU set to 160Mhz, 40Mhz FSB for the memory and the PCI bus. Options include some serious overclocking the motherboard supports 50, 60 and even 66Mhz FSB, and the CPU can be set to 3X and 4X multipliers. There is also a PCI clock divider jumper (with 1:1 and 1:2/3 FSB to PCI values) for add-on cards. Thanks to pannonpc @ eBay for such a great build.

Detailed component list:

Benchmark:      System Benchmarks
CPU:            AMD 5x86 133Mhz (Overclocked > 160Mhz)
Motherboard:    Lucky Star LS-486E, 256KB L2
Memory:         32MB FPM 60ns RAM (4x8)
Video Card:     ATi 3D Rage II PCI
Sound Card:     Sound Blaster 16 - CT2970 ISA
Disk1:          1GB Western Digital Caviar HDD
Disk2:          8GB SD Memory Card 3.5" 40 Pin IDE HDD Adapter Converter
Internal Modem: 33.6kbps USR Sportster PD17804PJ ISA
CD-ROM drive:  
32x CDU701 - Sony
Floppy disk:    1.44 floppy disk drive - Sony
PSU:            AT Athena Power AP-AT30 300W
Network card:   INTeL Pro/100 PCI
Case:           Vintage Tower with LED display
Monitor:        Viewsonic VA703b 17" LCD 4:3
GamePad:        Microsoft SideWinder 90873
OS:             Windows 95 OSR 2

Screenshots:(click image for larger view)


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