Well, technically it was my parent's, but it was the very first PC we had in my house. My parents ordered it in 1996, which was around the same time I was playing Word Muncher on the old Macintoshes at my elementary school. This thing was an old beige NEC tower, and getting everything out took a screw gun and no less than 50 screws. I know this thing has absolutely no historical significance whatsoever, and was just a cheap crappy PC, but it's still cool in a "look how far we've come" sort of way. The CPU was a Intel Pentium MMX SL27S, at 233 MHz. 3.2 GB hard drive: RAM: (I have no idea what the speed or density was, probably not much) Mobo: And I have no idea what this is: (Edit: PCI/ISA riser card, thanks Designer Dale!) Anyways, I was just bored and needed to take something apart.