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thought Id do a video on building your own computer Im sure to a lot of you that means buying a motherboard and some peripherals putting them into a case and then calling that your computer build thats not what this video is going to be about but I thought for this video Im going to use this whole computer so I thought Id show you some of the Purples that are in there you can see theres six bays in this thing in the front if you watch this PC get powered up is there some postcodes the old PCs youd have some jumpers here that could select these and people would just program in what the clock speed was of the PC I thought be interesting to show some of the technology differences over the years since Ive been involved with electronics on the left here we have a hard drive this was made by computer memories incorporated it dates back to 1985 this is a model 64 26 s its a 22 megabyte drive has two platters for heads as an MF M interphase really good size motor drive on the right