Named for Trinity from The Matrix (an appropriate reference for 99/2000), and also its motherboard model.
My Dad worked for a lady that was cleaning out her late husband's extensive collection of old gadgets and parts. I recieved this PC from my family around 2014. It had Windows 2000 installed, and some quack medical software, along with lots of porn hidden in the system files. I erased all that, and after trying a few different versions of Windows, I settled on Windows 98. I made it my machine for high-end 90's and early 2000s Windows 98 gaming.
It originally had 1536MB of RAM on 3x 512MB modules, I downgraded that to 512MB when I installed Windows 98. The original floppy drive was dead.
|CPU||Intel Slot 1 PIII (supports PGA370 also) 1.0Ghz|
|Motherboard||Tyan Trinity 400 S1854|
|RAM||512MB PC100 (2x 256MB)|
|GPU||VisionTek (ATI) Radeon 9250 AGP|
|Audio||Creative SB Live! Platinum 5.1|
|Network||Realtek RTL8139/810x Fast Ethernet|
|Internal Storage||UltraATA/66 onboard controller, 30GB? HDD|
|Removable Storage||DVD-RW, 52x CD-RW|
|Expansion||AGP, PCI (maybe also ISA?)|