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8th October 2009, 19:57
Hi there, first post, great site !

I did read the rules and it stated that web email addresses aren't allowed and I registered with my gmail one. :( Hopefully an admin can change that for me !

my ISP based email address is <snip> (although I've changed ISPs lots of times since !)

My ebay profile can be found here :


I have been into PC's from my trusty 286 12Mhz all the way up to my i7 920 with 8 cores !

Funny, that the old PC hardware seems to get my interest even now.

I'm looking for, a 486 motherboard, preferably with VLB and PCI slots, a 486 DX2 66 or DX4 100 CPU with a VLB/PCI graphics card and I/O controller. Also about 16mb ram or more.

Can pay via paypal or bank transfer, obviously up front.

Many Thanks

Edited by Merlin:

Best not post your e-mither address here, unless you like lots and lots of :spam: :spam: :spam: and :spam: ........

8th October 2009, 20:11
Hi Olly_K,

S'OK, webmail is allowed now, so no worries. Welcome to the rose-tinted retroness of AmiBay!!


9th October 2009, 01:34
Hey there, I don't have a 486, but I do have some old PCI video cards FS on ebay. I'll let you buy one 4 a discount. my ebay is dreamcast270mhx. I also have some other ISA cards....

9th October 2009, 09:52
... or DX4 100 CPU ...
I can do you an AMD if you're ok with getting parts separately... (can post pics later).

Ed: welcome to Amibay. :)

9th October 2009, 15:17
Dont know if it's of use but I have an Adaptec 2940 (need to double check the model number but I think it is a 2940) ISA SCSI card??

10th October 2009, 13:49
thanks for the reply chaps.

I think I've got it all sorted now.

I have a DX4 100 coming with voltage reg to work in any 5v motherboard. A VL Bus I/O controller and cirrus logic graphics card.

Also a 486 motherboard.

11th October 2009, 04:28
Out of Amibay, I suppose?

11th October 2009, 11:36
do you mean sourced from AmiBay or sourced from outside AmiBay ?

Kin Hell
11th October 2009, 15:06
On behalf of rkauer (I know his manner fairly well)

He meant the latter. :wink: