New MB w/Riser Card Feature?
I have a 486 machine I'm looking to upgrade with a new MB. I like the case, so I'm looking for a System 7 (AMD K6-II 300MHz) board to replace the current one.
The old board is a Baby AT format mounted vertically on one of the side panels. But, it connects via a "SuperSlot" connector to a riser card which is mounted horizontally and provides the expansion slots.
Any leads to manufacturers of current motherboards which incorporate a riser card design for expansion slots?
I saw something by BCM at Computershopper. I was searching under EISA.
I do not know if riser cards have any standardization, do they? but good luck.
Thanks for the lead to ComputerShopper. I think I found what you were looking at - a mb by BCM designed for a slimline desktop case which uses a PCI riser card. Not what I was looking for.
After another week of research, it looks like riser card designs are almost non-existant in the current mb market. And what's out there seems confined to narrow, proprietary markets like Compaq.
Guess I'm going to give up trying to find a replacement mb setup for my current case and go with a more standard mb in as good a case as I can find.
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