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Old 04 March 2009, 17:57   #61
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I've got two pre-Dreamcast devkits. Katana which was PowerVr (which finally became the DC) and an unusual 3DFX BlackBelt devkit. Both just look like PC's. There are a couple of demo's of the Utah Teapot on them.
cool... will you marry me
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Old 04 March 2009, 18:07   #62
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Old 05 March 2009, 16:17   #63
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I can't really compete with alexh, but here goes...

Amiga 1200 x 3
Amiga 600
Amiga CD32 x 2
Amiga 500

Sega Master System
Sega Megadrive (UK)
Sega Megadrive (Jap)
Sega Megadrive II
Sega 32X
Sega Multi Mega
Sega Game Gear
Sega Nomad
Sega Saturn x 2
Sega Dreamcast x 2

Nintendo Super NES
Nintendo 64 x 2
Nintendo Gamecube x 2
Nintendo Wii
Nintendo Gameboy Advance x 3
Nintendo Gameboy Advance SP (Zelda Edition)
Nintendo Gameboy Advance Micro x 2
Nintendo DS x 2
Nintendo DS Lite x 2

Microsoft Xbox
Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite

Sony Playstation2
Philips CDi
Atari Jaguar
Atari Lynx
NEC PC Engine
GP2X
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Old 05 March 2009, 16:28   #64
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@Alexh

You cannot and I mean, cannot, be married/living with someone. Having all of that awesome gear would cause an imminent divorce in my house, or, everything dumped on the doorstep for the help the aged fund.

Your Enterprise. Where did you get that from, 'cause I worked for the company that manufactured them in the UK?
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Old 05 March 2009, 21:43   #65
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Amiga 2000, 1 X DD 1 X HD Floppy, 030 GVP with 68882, 4 X CDRW, 250 Mb + 1.011 Gb drives OS 3.1.

Atari 99A4 with carts.

C64 + two Excellerator drives, or WTF they were called, with Action Replay cart.

2 X Compaq Aero 8000, with extended CF 32 Mb

Acer Laptop, nothing special

PS/1 PC, not Sony, for testing old ram.

Music PC - Athlon DC 4800, 7600GS, 2Gb

Main PC - DC E8600, 4Gb, 2 X 4870X2, own nuclear power plant to run it.

Netgear SC101T with 1Tb HDD mirror, backs up all, including Miggy

All sorts of miscellaneous hardware, HDD drives ( small Miggy spares ) upto 320 Gb, 5.25" FDD, power supplies, heatsinks, shedloads of RAM, including some of the harder to find 2Mb & 4Mb 30 pin SIMMS, 72 pin SIMMS, PC100, PC133 and up.

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Old 07 March 2009, 08:36   #66
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Ugh. This is going to be difficult/embarrassing. Let's see...

Amiga 500, 600, 1000, 1200 and 3000UX, Commodore VIC-20, 64, 64C, 128, PET 2001, SuperPET and B500, Atari 400, 800, 520ST and 1040ST, Amstrad CPC 464 and 6128, Tandy CoCo 3, Toshiba T1000SE, Sun Sparcstation 20, NeXT Cube, Colecovision, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, XBOX, Nintendo DS, Palm TX and HP200LX.

That's all I can think of off the top of my head. I'm sure I've missed a few things and I've left off the modern computers. I'm hoping to get rid of 50% or more of that stuff in the next year because I don't use most of it anymore and I'm starting to feel a little claustrophobic.
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Old 07 March 2009, 14:02   #67
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OK here goes:

Amiga
A500 - 1.2 rom, 1MB
A500 - 1.3 rom, 1MB
A500 - 1.3 rom, 1MB chip, 2MB fast, 40MB HDD.
A500 Plus
A600 - 2MB Chip, 4MB Fast, 3.1 rom, 6GB HDD.
A1200 - Blizzard 1230MKIV with 32MB ram and FPU, 3.1 rom, 40GB HDD, buffered IDE, internal laptop DVD-RW.
A1200 - standard setup with 4MB ram expansion and internal 3.5" HDD.
A4000 - 040 with 18MB ram, SCSI card, 60GB IDE HDD and CDRW.
CD32

Atari
Atari 520STFM

Consoles
Gameboy B/W (with flash cart)
GBA (with flash cart)
SNES
N64 x3 (plus Z64 Mr. Backup)(sold my CD64Plus late last year)
Gamecube
PSX (chipped)
PS2 Phat
PS2 Slim (chipped)
Dreamcast x2
Xbox x2 (1 soft modded)
PSP phat (UP chip)

And finally planning on getting both a 360 and PS3 this year, and wife is planning on getting a Wii (which I will softmod ).

PCs
Main system - Q6600, ATI Radeon HD 4870 1GB, 8GB Ram, 2.62TB HDDs, DVD-RW, Thermaltake Tsunami case, Thermaltake 750W PSU.
Emulation system - Athlon 64 4000+, 7800GT 256MB, 3GB Ram, 3.12TB HDDs, DVD-RW x2, Thermaltake Soprano case, Thermaltake TR2 500W PSU.
MAME Cabinet - Athlon XP 3000+, ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB, 1GB Ram, 1.2TB HDDs, DVD-RW
Download server - Athlon XP 3000+, ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB, 1GB Ram, 560GB HDDs, DVD-RW
Linux test server - Ubuntu/Fedora, 9800 Pro, Athlon XP 3000+, 1GB Ram, 60GB HDD, DVD-RW
NAS - Buffalo Linkstation 500GB
Spare PC - Athlon XP 2000+, 1GB Ram, 260GB HDDs, DVD-RW
Win98 (DOSBox) PC - Pentium 2 450MHz, 512MB Ram, TNT2 graphics card, Voodoo 2 12MB, Soundblaster Gold.
Laptops x3

Update!

Just got hold of an Atari 520STFM. I used to own one since 1987, but that eventually died when the PSU blew and it was sold for spares on ebay.

I also decided not to bother collecting 8-bit systems as the emulation is so good these days.

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Old 07 March 2009, 14:06   #68
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For me : Amiga 500, Amiga 600, Amiga 1200, NEC Supergraphx, Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, PS2 Slim, Xbox, Xbox 360
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Old 07 March 2009, 14:41   #69
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Let's go: Amiga 500 x 2, Amiga 600 + A630 + 2MB Chip/8MB Fast, Ide HD, Amiga 1200 + Blizzard 1260 + IndyAGA and very soon an IDE-Fix Express, CD32 + SX-1, simple CD32. To stay with CBM: 3 or 4 C=64 and a non-working C=128
Also, on the Atari side: Atari 1040 STf, Atari Mega STe, Atari Falcon 030 + CT60, 2 x Atari 800XL.
And finally, one NeoGeo MVS + some carts and my shooting machine: the Dreamcast.

And a Mac
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Old 07 March 2009, 16:11   #70
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I can now add a sega megacd 2 and sega 32x to my previous list I put it all together with one of my MK1 megadrives and it looks huge!! All together this beast has 3 power packs!!
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Old 11 March 2009, 15:57   #71
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For me:

Commodore

  • Commodore 64
  • Commodore 64C
  • Amiga 500
  • Amiga CDTV
  • Amiga 600
  • Amiga 1200
  • Amiga CD³²
Atari
  • 2600 jr
  • XE
  • 7800

Nintendo
  • Game & Watch (oil panic, mario bros, mario bros dual screen, safebuster)
  • NES
  • Gameboy
  • Snes
  • Gameboy Pocket
  • Gameboy Color
  • Virtual Boy
  • N64
  • Gameboy Advance
  • Gamecube
  • Gameboy Advance SP
  • Gameboy Micro
  • DS
  • Wii
Sega
  • Master System
  • Master System II
  • Game Gear
  • Megadrive
  • Megadrive II
  • Saturn
  • Dreamcast
  • MGCD Interface (it's an interface that plugs dreamcast console in a cabinet arcade with jamma plug)
Sony
  • Playstation
  • Playstation 2
  • PSP
SNK
  • Neogeo MVS board (1 slot)
  • Neogeo Pocket
  • Neogeo CD
  • Neogeo Pocket Color
Microsoft
  • Xbox
  • Xbox 360
Others
  • Mattel Intellivision
  • Amstrad GX4000
  • Philips CDi 450
  • Bandai Wonderswan
  • Gamate
  • GP2X F100 Mk2
  • Arcade Cabinet (it's my multi-emu cab )
  • PowerMac 5500/225
All this stuff is placed in a room....yeah... my game room!!!
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Old 11 March 2009, 18:04   #72
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You cannot and I mean, cannot, be married/living with someone. Having all of that awesome gear would cause an imminent divorce in my house, or, everything dumped on the doorstep for the help the aged fund.
Not married... much easier and cheaper to pay for female company by the half hour if you ask me!

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Your Enterprise. Where did you get that from, 'cause I worked for the company that manufactured them in the UK?
Poland in 1998.

I was never a fan of the 8-bit consoles and that is why I dont have any. I was an 8-bit computer man.

Since I did that post I have got an Atari 800 XL.

I also have a SuperGun for testing Arcade Machine PCB's

I don't think there is anything out there that I do not have that I'd like (except an Amstrad CPC6128+ which never arrived )...

Only things I've considered getting recently was an X68000 and an FM Towns Marty. (Both of which I never got)

Perhaps a few suggestions?

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Old 11 March 2009, 18:39   #73
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OK, here we go in ascending age order

Commodore stuff:
Vic 20
64
64 with 1541
128 with 1541-2
Amiga 1000, 20MB Xebec HD, Spirit Inboard 1.5MB, 256KB chip internally, 256KB chip expansion
Amiga 500, KS 1.2 and 1.3, Spirit HDA-506 with 40MB ST-251 MFM disk, 1.5MB slow mem
Amiga 500+, KS 2.04, Supradrive 500xp with SCSI->IDE bridge, CF card , 2MB chip, CSA MMR 68030 with 68882 and 8MB 32bit fast, with 512KB SRAM
Amiga 600, KS2.05, Apollo 620 with 8MB fast RAM, 512MB CF card.
Amiga 2000, KS3.1 CSA Magnum 40/4 with 8MB 32bit fast, 2GB disk, Retina Z2
Amiga 3000, KS2.04, 2MB chip/16Fast, 030/882@25MHz, Piccolo SD64
Amiga 4000, KS3.1, 2MB chip, 16fast, WarpEngine 40/4 +64MB, Cybervision 64

Psion (yeah, I collect Psion stuff...)
Organiser (the original)
Organiser 2 (XP and LZ64)
Series 3
Series 3c
Series 3mx
Series 5mx

Dos/WinCE handheld PCs
HP 200lx, HP 320lx, 720, Sigmarion 3 (still use this)

Plus a few other non-determinate PC bits.
And a Wii. For the kids, of course. As is all of this. *cough*
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You collect Psion stuff eh? Well I have an Acorn Pocket Book II somewhere.. which I think is a Series 3 but rebranded?
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Old 11 March 2009, 18:44   #75
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Atari 2600
Apple MacBook Pro
Canon V-20 MSX
Commodore Amiga 1200
Commodore CDTV
Commodore CD32
Commodore C64
Nintendo Wii
Sega Megadrive
Sony Playstation 2

and a PC made out of various parts which is too boring a topic to list here
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@AlexH, I think the PocketBook II is the same as a Psion 3a... If you ever want to get a few quid for it, drop me a PM
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I've got the 3a somewhere, I think, and it still works, I think, with a spreadsheet rom, and some solid state memory battery backed up of course + some other stuff, I think.

I know there are a lot of 'I think' in there, but I'm not sure where it is + I may of given it to my daughter ages ago but I may still be able to get it back I also have the Revo and somewhere an original series 3 (broken) + books.
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Old 12 March 2009, 01:05   #78
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Not married... much easier and cheaper to pay for female company by the half hour if you ask me!
Half an hour?! Who are you, Chuck Norris?
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Ah, good point Mr Hellraiser, I have a revo too. Least favourite Psion machine by quite some margin.
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Old 12 March 2009, 12:04   #80
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1x SEGA Mega Drive (Japanese Version)
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