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How popular are these now?
« on: May 15, 2017, 12:46:45 am »
Back in the day I had a couple of these in the gamesroom even did a boat load of hard drive upgrades from CD rom but that was over a decade ago. Split up and the games room is gone now but I still have a bunch of projects. Now they've been sitting here long enough they need to be dusted and looking am them it crosses my mind whether they are worth the effort or not and do they have appeal. I'm more of a pinball guy myself the ones I did own were mostly for the ex and her friends as they weren't pinheads.

What I'm sitting on is a Radion and a platinum, both look complete one power supply is apart on the radion so suspect that is it's issue. I also have a box of parts. Several motherboards, risers, some with CPUs, ram, couple HDD, I/O boards etc it was all a package deal. Now question is either of these machines worth the effort?