Nope, that (the one in the pic) was actually Iomega ZIP drive, 100MB Model I believe. Mine didn't have one back in a day, but it was optional upgrade. It was only few years later, around 2000, 2001 when I bought Zip drive & used it as modern-day USB flash memory
My PII system was (and still is, today) 350MHz model, Deschutes on a Chaintech 6BTM mobo. It had 64MB of SD-RAM, ATI Rage IIc AGP video, Diamond Monster 3DII 12MB Voodoo2 accelerator, Creative SoundBlaster 128 PCI sound card & Rockwell dial-up fax modem. Storage was Quantum Fireball 6.4GB, it originally had a BTC 36X CD-ROM & Sony 3.5" floppy drive
Of all the parts mentioned above, the following parts are still authentic, original from the 1st day: Pentium II CPU, Chaintech motherboard, Creative SB128 soundcard and Quantum Fireball hard drive.
The following parts had been "reconstructed", restored to the original specs as they used to be, but they're NOT original: ATI Rage IIc, Diamond Monster 3DII Voodoo2, 64MB RAM
And these parts had been entirely replaced, and they're not original or even similar to the real ones: CD-ROM (is replaced by a Samsung CD-RW drive), floppy drive (black one, to fit the case), dial-up fax modem (some generic brand, the original one is lost) and obviously the case itself - it was replaced by CoolerMaster Elite, unfortunately
I got loads of retro systems in my collection, I've been buying & collecting pretty much all the 3dfx I could find, to the point where I now have 5x Voodoo2 SLI systems, along with additional 5 more single Voodoo2 machines. Not including 5 more Voodoo3 rigs (3x V3 2000, 2x V3 3000) and 4x Voodoo1 in various shapes & forms
Oh yeah, and I also have one Pentium Pro 200, running 3dfx Voodoo Rush
@Fireskull1333 Great find, you should definitely hook it up & play Unreal! IMHO, the Unreal engine was the BEST way to show off Glide's capabilities. And I see here that you even have PCI model, which is even more rare than AGP one!