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PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2002 3:00 am 
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Hi. I recently found a motherboard and I'd like to buy a -maybe second hand- processor for it. The problem is that I have no information about the mobo's manufacturer nor model. All I can say about it is this:

- Slot 1 for Processor
- 1 AGP slot, 3 PCI slots, 2 ISA slots.
- 2 DIMM
- 2 IDE sockets
- On-board Serial, Parallel and Floppy sockets
- AT input for Keyboard
- Intel Chipset: I don't know what's model it is, but these are the information shown on the chipset:

Intel AGPset
FW82443Ex
F816TB88
SL2SA
INTEL (M)(C) '96

Intel PCIset
FW82371EB
F827YA34
SL2MY
INTEL (M)(C) '96

- Award BIOS PCI/PNP 686 (c) 1998

It has also a white sticker with this information printed on it: 'ATC-6130 E Rev 1.1'

I would be very grateful if anybody knows this mobo's manufacturer and model or, at least, which is the highest processor it can support. Thanks
:roll:

PS: I can post a GIF image of the motherboard - scanned directly - , if it can be helpful.

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PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2002 3:24 am 
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Atrend ATC-6130E.

http://www.atrend.com.tw/

The Atrend site appears to be down at the moment and I can't locate another source. I do have a copy of the manual I can e-mail you if you wish.


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PostPosted: Mon May 20, 2002 3:50 am 
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Aussie wrote:
Atrend ATC-6130E.

http://www.atrend.com.tw/

The Atrend site appears to be down at the moment and I can't locate another source. I do have a copy of the manual I can e-mail you if you wish.


Aussie


I'll be very grateful if you can send me a copy of the manual (^_^). If you have problems with neozono@hotmail.com you can send it to neozono@ono.com (only if the manual isn't larger than 2MB, sorry...)

Thanks again! :D

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