Xcel / 2000 Motherboard ID
where on the mobo can i find the exact # of the mobo. this is an Xcel/2000.
I found some close to it but not exactly the same, they were a lmrt series
"Xcel2000" is the alias name that PC-Chips put on the SiS 620+5595 chipset.
Their commonly used models with that chipset were the 741LMR and LMRT mATX models, as well as the 748MR, LMR, LMRT, MRT or T BAT models - and there were some more OEM specific ones. (The "T" ones are socket-370/slot-1 twin architecture, the others are older and slot-1-only.)
So I suggest you go to http://www.pcchips.com.tw/product.html and see if you find a match, and/or pay the PC-Chips Lottery a visit. Whatever you do, don't do things like BIOS updates unless you are 100.000 percent sure you have identified it.
still having a problem locating the exact mobo. gets close but not quite the same.
it is one of the lmrt or so series, its a drag.
So quit whining and start describing what you have - slots, sockets, connectors, writing on the larger chips, form factor, whatever you can identify.
it is an xcel/2000
accepts slot 1 or ppga 370 (celeron)
1 isa 1 pci
battery is located right next to the piece on the board that says Xcel/2000
the slot 1 is located right in front of the socket slot
the floppy port is located exactly by the slot 1, both running (horizontal) the same way
Onboard sound , video, modem, network
Atx form (maybe mini atx??)
some chips i can see - AGP8m,ultra dma 66, PC99 connector
davicom - dm9102f 9912s m4t246
sound pro - ht8738am/pci
ITE - IT877OF 9922-BYT F4H580
Has 3 dimm slots on the opposite end of the Atx connections and the 2 IDE slots after that close the edge of the board
appreciate your help
When you boot the computer press pause at the screen that shows all the numbers...at the bottom there is a long string of numbers...write them down. Within that string is a set of numbers that will ID your board...go to Amptron and select Motherboards. Now look at the ones with both processors and see if any of the model numbers match any of the numbers in that string. My kids have the PII-3741LMRT.
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[This message has been edited by bassvax (edited 07-04-2001).]
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