The ultimate Socket Super 7- Rig

Discussion created by [p3d]backfire on Feb 9, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 12, 2016 by adr_tech


I'm not rich, so the creation of my rigs has not much to do with spending money. It is research, AMD- oldie community work, enthusiasm, patience, a little bit of luck and the need to have a screwdriver or a soldering iron in my hand. Sure, I did pay money for many parts, but in most cases I was only able to spend a small amount. So I am a guy who searches the bay not on a sunday afternoon, but in the middle of the night.




CPUAMD K6-III+ 400ATZ @ 600MHz
CoolerAlpha PAL6035 later it got a Kanie Hedghog 238M
MotherboardEpox EP-MVP3G5
Memory3x 256MB Infineon PC-133/ CL2
GraphicsDiamond Viper V770ultra + 2x Diamond Monster 3D II 12MB
Disc Drive 12 old drives which
Disc Drive 2lay on top in the box
Disc Drive 3with old HDD`s
PSUEnermax 350W
Casenormally a CS-601, but this is a Chieftech Dragon, because the 601 was about to get painted
MonitorI mostly use a 17" Eizo to test my oldie-rigs



SS7 01c.jpg


The soundcard is one of my fav. ISA soundcards, the Terratec Maestro 32/96


EPOX MVP3G5 01.jpgAMD K6-III+ 400ATZ.jpgKanie Hedgehog 238M.JPG2x 256MB Infineon SD-RAM PC133 CL2 SS7 01.jpgDiamond_Viper_V770_Ultra 01.jpgDiamond Monster II 12MB 01.jpgTT Maestro 3296 01.JPGEnermax 350W.jpg