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Unboxing and Testing a Vintage 386 Computer - Retro Tech Review

TLDRIn this video, we unbox and test a vintage 386 computer. We explore its components and functionality, aiming to get it working again. Join us on this nostalgic journey!

Key insights

🔍The computer is a vintage 386 SX 33 model.

📦We unbox and inspect the computer, checking its physical condition and features.

⚙️The computer has various components, including an AMI BIOS, sound card, graphics card, and CD-ROM controller.

🔧We assess the computer's functionality and attempt to get it working again.

🔊The computer is equipped with a trident tvga 890c graphics card and a sound card with audio ports.

Q&A

What is the model of the computer?

The computer is a vintage 386 SX 33 model.

What components does the computer have?

The computer has an AMI BIOS, sound card, graphics card, and CD-ROM controller.

What is the condition of the computer?

The physical condition of the computer is good, with minor yellowing and staining on the metal parts.

Does the computer work?

The computer's functionality is currently unknown, but we will attempt to get it working in the video.

What are the notable features of the computer?

The computer is equipped with a trident tvga 890c graphics card and a sound card with audio ports.

Timestamped Summary

00:00Introduction and overview of the vintage 386 computer.

03:30Unboxing and inspecting the physical condition of the computer.

06:15Exploring the components inside the computer, including the AMI BIOS, sound card, and graphics card.

11:20Assessing the functionality of the computer and attempting to get it working again.

17:45Testing the trident tvga 890c graphics card and sound card with audio ports.