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Thread: WTB: Intel Inboard 386 AT card

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    Quote Originally Posted by romanon View Post
    I dont know, about 100$
    A working one with cable usually goes for $150, just to set your expectations.

    They're more of a curiosity than an actual speedup, but I'm assuming you know that. You get a computer that's effectively about 50% to 66% the speed of a real 16MHz 386.
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    - Music Construction Set, IBM Music Feature edition (has red sticker on front stating IBM Music Feature)

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    Yes, I know it, but this is only "legal" way to speed up my IBM AT
    IBM PC 5150(A): IBM PC 5150(B): IBM PC 5160 (64-256k): IBM PC 5160 (256-640k): IBM PC 5170 (099): IBM PC 5170 (319/339): IBM PC 5140: IBM PC 5162: IBM PC 5155: IBM PC Expansion Unit 5161:
    WANTED!: IBM 5175 monitor, IBM 5145 monitor, IBM PC rear screws, IBM Type13/WD 25 Hard Drive front panel/mask, Intel INBOARD 386AT card, IBM 5140 keyboard.
    My IBM PC hardware collection

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