If anyone has a new or used (still good condition) motherboard that fits these specs, give me an offer:
Support 200 w/ mmx
has minimum of 2 72-pin simm (EDO) Ram
At least 3 PCI slots
At least 2 ISA slots (shared slots are fine)
system bus speed 66 mhz
2 serial ports
1 parallel port
Looking to replace an AOpen AP5VM mobo, so any similar to that would be perfect.
Well i got an ATX board that fits those specs. Its an Tyan Titan turbo ATX-2.
It's got 5 PCI slots, 3 ISA slots 6 SIMM slots and 2 DIMM slots. Supports up to 233 MMX and has 50, 60, 66, 75 and 83 MHz bus speeds.
I'll give this board and 40MB EDO-DRAM.
I know you needed a AT board but you can get a good, cheap ATX case for $40.
Ya, I have a board matching that perfectly, does 200mhz with 66mhz, does 225mhz with 75mhz. Includes paralell and com ports. AT format, what are you willing to pay for one?
If you are looking to spend that much, get an FIC VA503+ or Asus P5A-B and go to town. I really recommend the FIC board as I have never encountered one problem with one and they provide good upgrade potential. You can run pc66 memory, a P200 no sweat, and still have an upgrade possiblilty all the way to K6-III CPUs and beyond to.....
Also, you will have an agp slot to upgrade video later if desired. Go to www.pricewatch.com and search for that board. www.mwave.com is pretty reliable for me. Other guys say good results at Atacom.
With a $100, you could have enough left to likely get them to include some good sdram.
I'm looking to spend about $50 - $100(tops for new board)
If you real want to spend $50, then go to Ebay, I spent like $25 for mine like a month ago.
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