mother board maker
I have a PC-100 M726 with BXcel Chipset
info to follow:
PC100 Bxcel Chipset.
Supports Pentium II 233-500MHz and Celeron
266-333MHz CPUs With frequency at
66/100MHz in Slot 1 for AT Form Factor.
Provides 3 DIMMs for SDRAM/EDO/FPM
memory modules and is expandable up to
768MB, (PC100SDRAM Modules Spec.
needed when 100MHz CPU bus clock is
Onboard 3D Sound Pro meet PC98' SPEC
and Supports HRTF Positional Audio, Direct
Sound 3D with Aureal 3D driver, Software
Wave-table Synthesizer, and Digital Audio
Interface (SPDIF) IN/OUT.
Provides ATX power connector supports
various features of ATX power such as
Suspend, Shutdown, Alarm wake-up and
Modem Ring On.
Supports Advanced Configuration Power
Interface (ACPI), Legacy PMU and the Ultra
DMA/33, fully compliant to PC97' and
Onboard super Multi-I/O chip, supports 2
serial ports with 16550 compatible Fast
UART, 1 IR port, 1 parallel port with EPP/ECP
capabilities and 1 floppy disk drive interface.
Built-in Hardware Monitor circuit, supports
Thermal, Power and Fan Speed monitor:
optional Intel LANDesk Client Manager
Bundled AMI Desktop Client Manager for
abnormal condition detect and thermal
management through the network link or
self take care.
Provides Trend Micro's Chip Away Virus and
PC-cillin 98' (OEM), to automate Virus
Protection for Windows 95/98 and Internet.
Now is this a good board? I have had alot
of problem with me new computer, and I would
like to try to narrow it down a little.
Not sure what you're asking for, but here's the manufacturer:
There are lots of PCChips motherboards around, and most run pretty well. What problems are you having?
[This message has been edited by Susan (edited 02-22-99).]
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