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    Default WTB: Intel Inboard 386 AT card

    If someone sell it for normal price, PM me.
    I have also US address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romanon View Post
    If someone sell it for normal price, PM me.
    I am curious, what do you consider a "normal price"?

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    I dont know, about 100$
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    Now I want one too.

    Is this basically a bog standard accelerator like early Orchid units? Or is a 2nd functional computer within the box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tipc View Post
    Now I want one too.

    Is this basically a bog standard accelerator like early Orchid units? Or is a 2nd functional computer within the box?
    Neither

    It’s a socketed 386 with ram on an ISA card with a ribbon cable to the 8088 socket.

    To run it’s best you need it’s drivers and a special version of Windows 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmay635703 View Post
    Neither

    It’s a socketed 386 with ram on an ISA card with a ribbon cable to the 8088 socket.

    To run it’s best you need it’s drivers and a special version of Windows 3
    There are 2 versions of the board. The Inboard AT replaces the 80286 processor and is a 16 bit board. The PC/XT version is the one you are referring to.

    http://www.cpushack.com/2019/08/14/h...nboard-386-at/

    The Inboard AT requires a special cable from the 386 board to the 80286 socket. That cable is virtually unobtainable.

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    Some bozo is likely to bid eventually. That's on them not me.

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    499 ?, too cheap.
    Get this one boxed ! mint ! like new ! 999.95 this offer is only available as a promotion ! don't miss it !
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-SEALED-...oAAOSw3ehdn7sg

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    Ha! I saw it...I am not fool.
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