New PC’s

Beige Windows 98 + 2000 Old-School Build
‣ Windows 98SE + Windows 2000 Pro Dual-Install
‣ Lenovo a58 OEM Motherbaord w/G41 and ICH7 chipsets
‣ Intel Celeron E1200 Socket 775 Dual-core Processor @ 1.60 GHZ (Windows 98 only sees 1 core)
‣ 128GB Lexar solid state hard drive (BIOS-configured to run in IDE mode)
‣ 1 GB PC2 Ram
‣ Radeon x700 XT Video card w/128 MB vram (FireGL variant configured as x700)
‣ ALS 4000 PCI sound card
‣ 15-pin gameport
‣ CD/DVD RW drive
‣ 6x USB 2.0 ports (4 rear, 2 front, 1 front-reader)
‣ Serial port and Parallel port
‣ Super heavy-duty custom BTX beige case
‣ 275-watt BTX power supply
‣ DVI port
‣ VGA connectivity (via included adapter)
‣ 15-pin Gameport
‣ Ethernet

Premium XP + Vista Build
‣ Windows XP SP3 + Vista Ultimate Dual-install
‣ Intel DH87RL LGA 1150 Motherboard
‣ Intel 3.5 GHZ Xeon E3-1270 v3 (comparable to i7-4770k)
‣ 512 GB Team Group Solid State Hard Drive (configured as AHCI)
‣ 8GB PC3 Ram (1600mhz)
‣ Quadro k620 video card w/ 2 GB of vram (installed as a GeForce GTX 745)
‣ 5x USB 3.0 ports (4 rear, 1 top/front) (USB 2.0 speed in XP)
‣ 4x USB 2.0 ports (2 rear, 1 top/front)
‣ Intel I217V Gigabit Ethernet
‣ Realtek ALC892 audio (7.1 surround + 2 independent channels)
‣ S/PDIF optical output
‣ 1 Display Port + 1 DVI Port
‣ VGA capable (over the included DVI-toVGA adapter)
‣ CD/DVD RW drive
‣ DIYPC MicroATX tower/case
‣ OEM PowerMan 350w power supply
‣ Power Consumption: 30-40 watts idle, 140 watts peak

Premium XP Core2Quad Build
‣ Windows XP SP3
‣ HP IPM41-D3 OEM Motherboard
‣ Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 Processor
‣ 128GB Lexar or Silicon Power Solid State Hard Drive
‣ 4GB Samsung PC3 DDR1333 Ram
‣ nVidia Quadro FX 3800 (installed as a GeForce GTX 260)
‣ VGA Connectivity (over included DVI-VGA adapter)
‣ DVI Port
‣ 2x DP Ports
‣ Brand-name CD/DVD RW drive
‣ 7x USB 2.0 ports (4 rear, 3 top-front)
‣ 10/100/1000 Ethernet Port (Realtek)
‣ Rosewill or DIYPC Case
‣ 350 Watt PowerMan Power Supply

Ultimate Hybrid DOS + 98 + XP Build
‣ DOS + Windows 98SE + Windows XP SP3 Triple-Install
‣ Acer G41T-AM OEM Motherbaord w/G41 and ICH7 chipsets
‣ Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Processor
‣ 128GB Lexar Solid State Hard Drive
‣ 2GB PC3 Ram (Windows XP sees it all, 98 sees 512MB, DOS sees 64MB)
‣ FireGL V5100 video card w/128MB vram installed as a Radeon x800
‣ Cobra PCI Sound card w/Yamaha YMF744 Sound Chip, 4 audio channels (2 rear, 2 front) and OPL3 sound
‣ 15-pin gameport (part of sound card)
‣ Onboard Realtek Ethernet
‣ CD/DVD RW drive
‣ 7x USB 2.0 ports (4 rear, 2 front, 1 front-reader)
‣ Serial port
‣ NO Parallel port (but there is a header for one)
‣ PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse ports
‣ Rosewill or Apex case depending on what I have in stock
‣ 350 Watt PowerMan Power Supply

Hybrid AMD Sempron 98 + XP Build
‣ Windows 98SE + Windows XP SP3 Dual-Install
‣ MSI MS-7145 Motherboard with MSI RS480/SB400 chipsets
‣ AMD Sempron 3300+ CPU (Socket 754)
‣ 32GB HyperDisk or Transcend Industrial CF-to-IDE MLC Solid State Hard Drive
‣ 1GB PC2 DDR400 Ram (2 sticks of 512MB)
‣ ATI Radeon x700 Pro (FireGL v5000) Video Card
‣ Realtek RTL8139 Ethernet (onboard)
‣ CD/DVD RW drive
‣ CF/SD Card Reader
‣ 7 USB 2.0 ports (3 front, 4 rear)
‣ Dual-DVI (plus VGA with included adapter)
‣ PS/2 and PS/2 Mouse port
‣ Parallel Port
‣ Firewire 1394 Port
‣ Rosewill Micro-ATX Case
‣ 350w Powerman OEM Power Supply

Budget Hybrid 98 + XP Build
‣ Windows 98SE + Windows XP SP3 Dual-Install
‣ Pixxo CM-9E8A-B slim micro-atx case
‣ Gigabyte GA-M61PME AMD motherboard
‣ Sempron single-core 2.2-2.7 GHZ processor (LE-1250 or greater depending on stock)
‣ 128GB Lexar solid state hard drive (SATA)
‣ CD/DVD rom drive (IDE)
‣ 1GB DDR2-800 Ram
‣ ATI Radeon x600 Pro video card w/256MB vRam (Radeon 9600 Pro equivalent)
‣ ALS 4000 PCI sound card
‣ 15-pin gameport
‣ Rosewill Realtek Ethernet PCI card
‣ 6x USB 2.0 ports (4 rear, 2 front)
‣ SD card reader slot
‣ PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse ports
‣ Pixxo 450w Power Supply

AGP+Floppy Hybrid DOS + 98 Build
‣ DOS + Windows 98 SE Dual-Install
‣ Dual Boot option at startup for Windows 98SE or DOS
‣ Avance Logic ALS4000 Sound card w/SoundBlaster & FM Synth Support in DOS mode
‣ Hardware OPL3 and FM Synth (not emulated)
‣ 15-pin Gameport
‣ Radeon 8500 AGP Video Card (FireGL T2)
‣ Biostar M7VIG 400 Motherboard w/VIA KM266 Pro chipset
‣ Socket A AMD Sempron 2200 CPU at 1.5 GHZ
‣ 32GB Industrial CF-to-IDE Drive
‣ Compaq 3.5″ 1.44MB floppy drive
‣ CD/DVD RW drive
‣ SD/CF Reader
‣ 512MB DDR333 ram
‣ VIA VT6103 Ethernet Adapter
‣ 5 USB 2.0 ports (3 front, 2 rear)
‣ Serial Port and Parallel Port
‣ Rosewill or Apex case (depending on my stock)
‣ 350 Watt OEM PowerMan Power Supply

HP ProDesk 600 XP Build
‣ Windows XP SP3
‣ HP ProDesk 600 G1 Case
‣ OEM HP LGA1150 Motherboard (Model 18E9)
‣ Intel i3-4330 CPU
‣ 256GB Lexar Solid State Hard Drive
‣ 500GB Seagate Mechanical Hard Drive (secondary storage)
‣ 4GB PC3 DDR3 1600mhz Ram
‣ nVidia GeForce GTX 745 video card w/2 GB vram (Quadro k620 variant)
‣ DVI Port (supports VGA over included adapter)
‣ DisplayPort
‣ Realtek HD audio
‣ HP OEM CD/DVD RW drive
‣ 9x USB 2.0 ports (5 front, 4 rear) (USB 3 ports run at USB 2 speed)
‣ Serial port
‣ Dedicated PS/2 Keyboard and mouse ports (keyboard and mouse included)
‣ 3.5″ SD/CF Reader
‣ Intel onboard Ethernet
‣ 240-watt OEM HP Power Supply

Dell Optiplex Hybrid Windows XP + 7 Build
‣ Windows XP SP3 + Windows 7 Pro Dual-install
‣ Dell OEM Socket 1155 Motherboard
‣ Intel i5-3470 third-generation CPU
‣ 256 GB Lexar or Silicon Power solid state hard drive (configured in AHCI mode)
‣ 4GB PC3, 1333 Ram
‣ GeForce GT 630 video card w/2GB of vRam (Quadro k420 variant), overclocked by 24%
‣ CD/DVD RW drive
‣ Realtek ALC 269 HD Audio (analog) + AMD HD Audio (over DP)
‣ 10x USB ports (6 rear, 4 front) – 4 of these 10 ports are USB 3.0 speed
‣ 10/100/1000 Ethernet port
‣ Dell OEM 240w Power Supply