I got a Riva TNT2 Ultra ES back in like 2000 in a Craigslist trade. The damn thing was a beast and would overclock like crazy. Living in San Jose at that time was awesome, you got your hands on all kinds of interesting things.
Getting a new machine, looking to offload my trusty laptop.
GTX 1060 6GB full version, not Max-Q
512GB Western Digital WDS512G1X0C-00ENX0 NVMe boot drive
500GB Crucial CT525MX300SSD1 2.5" Sata3 storage drive
OEM AC Adapter
Unit has been around...
Put XP on a faster machine with a USB3 port.
I hear you though. The legacy things get lost in the always connected network environment. I would setup the XP machine in a VM on a newer host and keep that host on its own isolated network and backup the VM to USB3 drives.
Well policy aside, passing a hardware nic through to the VM should more or less isolate the VM from the rest of the world if you build a non-routed network for it to live in. It would probably make more sense and be fully secure to just setup an old laptop or PC and run it on its own small...
lol, that's a jab for the 80%# you posted earlier with no reference. I asked where you got that # but you never provided any reference.
You seem to have very strong opinions about windows considering you don't use it.