I am quite sure that who collects a lot of objects in the same room just wants to expose how many they have! Like when we were teenagers and we collected football stickers.
I prefer collecting playboy magazines
Not actually, I'm beyond the state of being where I have to prove things to other people! I would rather just share with others who have similar interests.
This is a forum in which people who share a common interest (being computers) join to share and communicate with each other.
I enjoy collecting and restoring computers, among many other things and I would hope that other members on this forum would feel the same.
These machines, when fully restored are works of art and are well worth displaying. I have just taken pictures of where these machines are positioned in my home away from home (man cave) and I would love to see other peoples collections also displayed on this forum.
These machines have little practical value today besides being collected and restored to their original beauty, as their compute and graphical performance has been elapsed many times over by modern machines. So my question to you is the following: If you aren't a collector for what ever reason suits you, what are you posting on this site for?
You really need to change your state of mind, I have noticed that you seem to troll this site and that your comments on various other topics on this forum always appear to be negative! Why?
Enough with the negativity, My appeal the other proud members of this forum is to show us what you've got!
Quad R14K 500Mhz, IR3
Quad R16K 700 Mhz 8Mb, V12
Dual R14K 600Mhz, V12
R4400SC 150Mhz, ELAN
Dual 1Ghz PIII
R4400SC 200Mhz, Extreme
R4400SC 200Mhz, XZ
R5000SC 150Mhz, 24Bit XL.SUN:
Cray1: Memory Module, Cray2: Memory Module (complete stack of eight boards) and a power supply module, Cray3: ECL Module.Apple:
G3 Clamshell, G4 Sawtooth, G4 Quicksilver, G4 Mirror Doors, G5, Mac Pro 2013 (Trash can), 27 inch Cinema Display.IBM:
486 DX-4 100Mhz, 32Mb RAM, Creative Soundblaster 16-Bit, 1.44 Mb Disk drive, Creative 4X CD-ROM, 520Mb HDD.Alienware:
Aurora 7500.Gaming Rig:
Coolermaster Cosmos II, Coolermaster Ultimate 1100W Power supply, Asus Rampage III extreme, I7 980X, Corsair H100, 24Gb Corsair Dominator DDR3, EVGA GTX Titan X Super Clocked Edition, OCZ revodrive 3 x2 240gb (System disk), Velociraptor 600GB, Corsair 128GB SSD, Creative Soundblaster X-fi Fatality Pro.