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Andron "Andronic 400"

Postby ekuna » Tue Jun 29, 2010 2:44 pm

This motherboard is from a CNC grinder. I have heard that it may be made by Celeron. The computer was made by Andron.

Top side
012-079D62

Bottom side
982.2
UNIC3 94V-0
UR E119697

304779-466
H7029
1001

0000698170 Andron
+PCU66A0

I also have good photos.
Thanks, Ed
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Postby evasive » Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:29 am

Hi Ed,

you can send the photos to evasive@motherboards.org or elhvb@hotmail.com whichever is easier. The numbers you have given so far do not match anything.
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Postby Copper » Wed Jun 30, 2010 1:56 am

CPU: AMD-K6 500MHz (Socket 7)
Speed: 550MHz (Overclocked 5.5 multiplier used)
Video: Onboard - unknown..
Motherboard numbers: Socket 7
11S09N5392Z8NMBA07V080
IBM FRU 09N5392 PRO263 M/B 2000-07-27
Pro263 REV:3.0

Written on back of the board: UNIC 3 94V-0
E119697

Identified Chips: SIS5595 (SIS'99 PKC0044 0014a0 83) Looks like this is the PCI
controller
SIS6801 (ZB716EYS 0014AX A1)
SIS530 Main Chipset
ISSI (IS61SP6464-100PQ W1696200JM 0019)
ESS SOLO-1 (ES1936S H110 UTTADER16S)

Memory: 64 Meg Dimm


is the only info i can find
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Postby evasive » Wed Jun 30, 2010 3:32 am

UNIC 3 94V-0 is about the inflammability of the board material
E119697 is the board resin number

a celeron 400 is slot1/socket370, pretty sure this is a different board. We need other numbers or a good picture or the bios ID string from the bottom of the screen at startup.
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Re: Andron "Andronic 400"

Postby timwilson » Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:20 am

Guys, this is an old thread but if it's any help I can tell you that the board described here is a 2199 series by IBM. I have the same board in an old (circa 2000) Aptiva 2199-200. It's an ATX board, built by USI for IBM, with a model name of Pro-263. The IBM 'FRU' reference for this board is FRU 09N5392. The ID for the original factory BIOS is 08/04/1999-SiS-530-6A5IMU1AC-00. Hope this helps.

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Re: Andron "Andronic 400"

Postby timwilson » Tue Apr 19, 2016 3:36 pm

Incidentally, this same board came up in another post on this forum a while back:

viewtopic.php?p=542672

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Re: Andron "Andronic 400"

Postby evasive » Wed Apr 27, 2016 1:23 am

Thanks Tim for reviving this thread, I can now give the original poster an ID: TMC/MyComp/Mynix CI7BM series board

http://www.elhvb.com/mobokive/Archive/T ... 7bm10d.pdf

full manual. I may have a bios somewhere too, who knows.
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