Building a 486 DOS PC with an ISA Single Board Computer

Assembling a 100MHz Intel 486 DX4 system inside a neat little Baby AT computer case from the mid-90s! I’ve been wanting to build an MS-DOS PC around an ISA SBC for a long time now, so let’s get to it and play some DOS games.

● LGR links:

● Specs of the finished machine:
100 megahertz Intel 486-DX4 CPU
IEI PICMG PCI-8S 8-slot Backplane
16MB 72-pin SIMM RAM
512MB HyperDisk IDE Disk On Module (replaced with CF adapter)
Cirrus Logic CL-GD54M30 graphics chipset
Creative Sound Blaster 16 MCD ASP sound card
1.44MB Sony 3.5″ diskette drive
360K Toshiba 5.25″ floppy drive
48x Lite-On IDE CD-ROM drive
Generic beige Baby AT tower case
230W AT power supply

● Music courtesy of:

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