I built my brothers two kids a system, we will be moving it to my Dad's place so he can finally have email, and the kids will have something to play on when they are over there. Right now, they don't use it much and are fine sharing the Shark system.
Their nicknames are Pinky and Bluey, so I had to mix pink (red) and blue lights.
The mobo was brand spanking new, never used until this spring. Incredible package for back in the socket 754 days, it's a Chaintech Zenith NF3-250. Runs a Sempron right now, fine for what the kids use it for.
Kudos for Chaintech's warning sticker on the mem slots. First time I've seen that... usually it's into the manual wondering why the board won't boot without knowing that there are preferred locations for mem sticks.
Man I haven't seen a Chaintech apogee board in years I used to have an Apogee socket A (my first OC Athlon XP 1200+) with the Chaintech Geforce 3 Ti 200 I loved them. Back in the day when only a few companies were starting to use colored PCB's the Chaintechs always looked so sexy with their Black PCB's and gold bling accessories. sniff....brings me back
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