Granted, my laptop is a bit faster, but I needed a desktop computer so I could throw my DVD burner in it. Over the last couple of years I've been donated a lot of old systems, which I've salvaged for parts to fix other computers with and such.
Well, today I finally built something using every good part I had. And its a beauty.
Motherboard : ASUS P4V3X, Apollo Pro 133 based chipset.
Processor: 600 MHz Pentium III using an FC-PGA2 to Slot 1 adapter.
Front-Side Bus: 133MHz, overclocked a hair to 135MHz.
RAM: PC-133 SDRAM, CL3, 640Mb worth.
Network Card 1: SMC 1255TX with Wake-On-LAN.
Network Card 2: Realtek 8139D network card.
Graphics Card 1: ATI 3D Rage IIC AGP, 8Mb.
DVD Burner: BenQ DW1655 DVD writer.
Hard Drive 1: Fujitsu MPE3136AT (30Gb).
Hard Drive 2: Maxtor 9 1531U3 (15Gb).
Hard Drive 3: Fujitsu MPG3307AT (13Gb).
Oh, and twin floppy drives. I didn't want to keep a zip drive that was originally installed, and I had nothing to fill the hole in the case, so this solved everything!
Old? Yes. Slow? Possibly.
Kick-fucking-ass to hear all three of those hard drives gracefully click in succession when booting up? Well, kinda cool, at least.