Finished up this last night. My 386/486 3D Printed case: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5766910
Just a little 486 SBC system with a ESS AudioDrive sound card and Sergei ISA Super VGA card. Turned out pretty good.
Sat on an Aeron for about 12 years at work.. they're awesome. The only downside about mesh seating surface is that it wears holes in your pants. When it expands and contracts when sitting/standing/shifting in the seat, as it acts like little scissors or a cheese grater on your pants. The...
Best is subjective. But by wooden, do you mean just the case/chassis of it? I built one last year of that style. I'll share my specs with you:
- GH60 Wood Case (Walnut color)
- Melgeek MJ64 PCB
- MKzealots MJ64 Anodized Black keyboard plate
- Durock V2 Stabilizers
- Outemu Silent Gray switches
It's not user error, or we would have seen melting connectors over and over again with the same people historically using ATX, EPS, PCIe 6/8-pin, etc connectors. Poor design and/or build quality plain and simple. We see the same thing with the chinesium knockoffs of 4-pin molex, sata power...
Finished this up a few months ago and forgot to post it. Found a new old stock Codegen server case, slapped the board in, then installed a Voodoo 3, Sound Blaster Goldfinch setup, and a NIC. Runs Windows NT 4.0 Workstation.
Yes, it is a Power PC 5200B CPU, as in Motorola/IBM/Apple type processor of the era. The PCI slot does include the AGP riser. Not 100% sure how it works as I haven't looked into the design used, but it works lol.
Does it need to be a full mechanical spinning disk? I gave up on those after trying to buy 6 or 7 different ones for my Amiga 2000.. the most reliable one I found lasted for about a month before it died. Settled for a 68-pin with a 50-pin adapter since they're less than $20 on Ebay and much more...