Hrm, only recently got in to "collecting" IBMs, and have a few not working ones I need to get rid of, anyway...
PC/AT in not-fully-known condition. (It only had an EGA card when I put it into storage. I didn't have an EGA monitor, nor an ISA VGA card, so I couldn't really test it. Now that I have an ISA VGA card, I need to dig it out.)
PS/2 model 77 - DX2/66, 24 MB RAM, triple-booting PC-DOS 6+Windows 3.1, OS/2 2.0 and OS/2 2.1
PS/2 model 25 - broken, first time I powered it on after getting it, something went *POW* in the power switch area.
PS/2 model 77 - Gets a nasty error code on boot, but this puppy's fully loaded! Original IBM caddy CD-ROM drive, 5.25" floppy drive, two hard drives, 32 MB RAM, network card.
PS/2 model 90 - Gets a nasty error code on boot
PS/ValuePoint 486 - DX4/100 upgrade, 16 MB RAM, bad hard drive.
One more Pentium-era desktop I'm forgetting
And two of the crown jewels of my collection:
ThinkPad 820 - only 16 MB RAM, bad CD-ROM drive, no battery, presently running NT 4.0 until I get around to getting AIX on it. With official PCMCIA IBM CreditCard Network card that works in Windows NT 4.0. The 16-bit Windows 3.1 version of IE 5 works just fine in NT 4.0/PPC.
IBM PC Power Series 850 - 32 (or is it 64?) MB RAM, one of the funky "all in the tray" CD-ROM drives, bad floppy drive, network card. It had been running NT 4.0, but I tried to load OS/2 PPC on it, and messed up the boot loader. Haven't gotten around to reloading the boot loader.
And a "Think" Pad. (very small wirebound paper notebook handed out at a tradeshow many years ago that said "THINK" on the cover. Not quite up to the fancy leather-bound notebooks of old, but funny nonetheless.)
Indy R5k, Indy R4k
- IRIX 6.3/6.5
PC Power Series 830, ThinkPad Power Series 820 - Windows NT 4.0
9000/735 - HP-UX,
station Turbo - NeXTSTEP 3.3,
Centris 650 - A/UX 3.1
Apple //c - "Hackintosh" 2x Xeon W5570 - Intel "Markette" 4x Itanium 9150N