Got an HP Pavilion 7270 today. Specs are exactly as it says on there, looks completely original. Pentium 166MHz, 16MB EDO RAM, 2.5GB hard drive, 2MB onboard S3 graphics, some proprietary HP sound card with an ESS chip, Windows 95 on the original hard drive too.
Got some retro parts for an older PC I am putting together. The desktop itself isn’t here yet, but hopefully tomorrow it’ll come.
Below is the original
Intro animation, kids game I had back in the day (1995). I was probably a bit too old for it at the time but I enjoyed it.
Guy 1: Oh yo look towards the darkness
Guy 2: Nah nah yo look towards the light
Guy 1: Yo what! Oh what the? Yo what is that?
Guy 2: It’s a supernova
Guy 1: Nah nah man that’s a black hoe
Guy 2: Yo yo yo
Both : Yo it’s it’s it’s . . .
I leap over lies in a single pound
[who are you?]
The black prophet
One day I got…
Experience at your own risk.
catsitting for a friend until Tuesday. She’s got a nice box that rivals many NYC apartments in terms of size and amenities.
Dell Optiplex GX1, just like your elementary/middle/high schools had in the late 90s/early 2000s
Intel Pentium III 500MHz
256MB PC100 RAM
2GB IBM hard drive dated 1996
20GB 7200RPM hard drive
MS-DOS 6.22 + Windows for Workgroups 3.11 on the smaller drive
Windows 95C on the larger one
ATI Rage Pro Turbo 8MB onboard…
Proceed with caution.
Victor Hedman, defenseman for Tampa Bay Lightning
Sleeper build. Original case stickers included. USB 3.0 3.5" front panel spray painted (Rustoleum Najavo white)
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