Computer Collection Web Pages
There is "new technology", and there is "high technology".
An IBM MCA machine is still a "high technology" computer.
-"Speedfrog" Bill from CSIPH
Welcome! These pages contain information on IBM Personal System/2 Model 25 computers as well as some MCA and PS/2 related hardware information. I've also posted some pages about a few of the various PS/2 and Microchannel clone systems I own, both now and in the past. (Unfortunately, my collection was heavily damaged in a 2004 flood caused by the negligent behavior of city administration. Many things could be saved, some could not and others slipped away before I knew one way or the other. Ever since that time, updates to this page have been...sporadic...at best. As such, many things have fallen into disrepair. I make no claim that information here will be updated on any kind of a schedule, or even at all.)
Please feel free to drop me a line. I may not always be the quickest to respond, but I love to read e-mail and will reply as soon as I can! Should you not get a reply, please check your spam filter or junk e-mail folder.
I am always looking for PS/2s, Microchannel hardware and any Microchannel clones that are in need of new homes. If you're located in the US and have such things, send me an e-mail through the link above. Likewise, if you have PS/2 or Microchannel software, manuals or any other resources...drop me a line!
|PS/2s I Own||
Microchannel & PS/2 Projects
|Model 25/Eduquest (Info Page & Pics)
(includes clock battery information)
|Model 30 (286 and 8086)||
(not really even vaguely maintained, but still useful)
|Model 33 "E"|
50 and 50Z
Model 50 w/ Reply Board
|PS/2 Note N51SX
(required on some newer motherboards)
|Model 57SLC2 486|
|Model 70 (E61)|
|Model 70 (A21)|
|Model P70 (8573-121)|
|Model P75 (8573-401)|
|Model 76 (Lacuna)|
|Model 76 (Bermuda)|
|Model 77 (Bermuda)|
|Model 77 (Lacuna)|
|Model 77 (Ultimedia Lacuna)|
Model 80 with CORE ESDI Disks & Controller
|PS/2 Server 95|
|PS/2 Server 95A|
|PC Server 500|
|Non IBM Microchannel Architecture Machines
NCR System 3300
Reply Model 32
IBM 6152 Academic System
IBM 7186 (Black Cased P70)
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