I have a couple of motherboards with AMD 386DX-40's. One even has a math coprocessor installed, and a whopping 32MB of RAM. (Max the board can take). I'm also gonna decommision a giant tower system that has at least 6 drive bays. It's got an AMD 486DX/133, 64MB of RAM, a 700MB (Yes, that's MEGAbyte!) drive and a 2BG drive. It also has a CD-ROM, 3.5 AND 5.25 inch floppy drives, and a 4mm DAT backup drive. All drives are SCSI and are run off of an Adaptec SCSI Master controller. How old is this stuff? Well, the card slots take either AT cards or VESA Local Bus cards... The Diamnod Viper video card and the Adaptec card are both VLB devices and were bleeding edge when I bought 'em. Anyway, does anyone know of a use for any of this stuff? I'm blasting along with a 2.7 GHz P4 with 640MB of RAM now, so this old stuff needs a new home. I also have quite a collection of network cards, modems, sound cards, etc. that can only be used in AT slots. Maybe I should just recycle it all for the gold.