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  1. Maban

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    I have a 4CoreDual-VSTA myself. Peculiar board. Couldn't go above like 285MHz FSB. Only accepted certain PCIE GPUs without a modded bios. And wouldn't work with SATA 3.0Gb/s drives without forcing them to 1.5Gb/s on the drive (jumper or firmware).
     
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    ok, here is what i have.
     

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    Cpu Nostalga Collection ( or Envy )

    I got a Few CPU's that some people would consider Nostalgic while some people will
    Scream "Huh I'm Still Running that CPU" (me included)
    some AMD Mobile
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    some AMD Desktop
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    Some Intel Mobile
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    and Some Intel Desktop 775 ( that makes them Nostalgic "Eh")
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    To many to picture individualy hence the group Shots and intel etching on top is usualy difficult to photo right thats why its bottom only

    UP Next will be an assortment of PCIx Graphics Cards
    :toast::toast::toast::toast::toast::toast:
     
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    Switch92

    Had a look at your Photo's Cannot see anything to google and get results
    googled duel bx motherboard review's hopeing some review would have a picture similer to yours not alot of luck there
    Is there Any Silk Screen printing on the motherboard Your have to examine it closely for further information
    Examples below
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    another way of finding out hardware info would be to find the FCC id code (SilkScreen printing on the motherboard someware) and Search their Database

    stinger608 you might want to add this link to the 1st post
    http://transition.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid/


    Last Resort and you know your going to do this anyway is
    put in some ram fit a hard disk ect
    install either LINUX or XP Pro or run hirens Boot disk
    see what drivers they install for the hardware found
    then try various Diagnostic software to check and identify the hardware

    "COMMENT"
    forum moderator ( you might consider editing this thread and moveing this and related posts to a more suitable place
    Please feel free to edit and remove this comment as appropiate)
     
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  5. Switch92 New Member

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    Thanks dorsetknob.

    I also searched everything on that sticker in google and got zap.

    Will search (if I get time tonight) that m/b for any silk screen printing.

    Thanks for your effort.
     
  6. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Ol' RM has you covered ;)

    It's a Gateway ALR 7200 server motherboard.
    Resources
    At that link, you can find high-res shots of different sections of the board, drivers, and any and all info you could ever want to know about it.
     
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    Can't tell the numbers...

    That is a mighty fine collection. Say, is there a TL-66 or a TL68 in there? :)
     
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    Im Afraid not See bottom of post

    List of CPU in Above and Previous Pictures
    FULL CPU List

    Intel 386
    Intel 386DX20 and 387DX20 (matched pair 20Mhz from same system)
    Cyrix
    Cyrix M2 300gp (1)
    IBM
    IBM 486 DX2 (2)
    ITS
    ITS ST 486DX2 (1)
    ITS ST 486DX4V100 (1)
    Intel P2 Slot1 Celeron
    Intel P2 Slot1 Celeron 300Mhz/66 (1)
    Intel P2 Slot1 Celeron 400Mhz/66 (1)
    Intel P2 Slot1 Pentium
    Intel P2 Slot1 Pentium 233Mhz/512/66 (2)
    Intel P2 Slot1 Pentium 266Mhz/512/66 (2) Passivly cooled
    Intel P3 Celeron Socket 370
    Intel P3 Celeron Socket 370 366Mhz/128/66 (1)
    Intel P3 Celeron Socket 370 900Mhz/128/100 (1)
    Intel P3 Pentium Socket 370
    Intel P3 Pentium Socket 370 800EB 800Mhz/256/133 (2)
    Intel Socket 478 CPU
    Celeron Socket 478
    2.6Ghz/128/400 (2)
    2.8Ghz/128/400 (4)
    Celeron D Socket 478
    2.53Ghz/256/533 (1)
    Pentium 4 socket 478
    2.0Ghz/512/400 (1)
    2.2Ghz/512/400 (1)
    2.53.8Ghz/512/533 (1)
    2.8gHz/512/533 (1)
    3.2Ghz/512/800 HT (1)
    Intel Mobile CPU
    Intel Celeron M 420 1.6Ghz/1M/533 (1)
    Intel Celeron M 430 1 .73Ghz/1M/533 (1)
    Intel Celeron M 440 1.86Ghz/1M/533 (1)
    Intel Pentium M 740 1.73Ghz/2M/533 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core
    T4200 2,0Ghz/1M/800 (1)
    T4300 2.1Ghz/1M/800 (1)
    T4400 2.2Ghz/1M/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual
    T3400 2.16Ghz/1M/667 (1)
    Celeron Dual-Core
    T1400 1.73Ghz/512k/533 (1)
    T1600 1.66Ghz/1M/667 (1)
    T2050 1.6Ghz/2M/533 (1)
    T2060 1.6Ghz/1M/533 (1)
    T2250 1.73Ghz/2M/533 (1)
    Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile
    T5250 1.5Ghz/2M/667 (1)
    T7300 2.0Ghz/4M/800 (1)
    P7450 2.13c/3M/1066 (1)
    Intel socket 775
    Celeron

    Celeron 450 2.2Ghz/512/800 (1)
    Celeron D 2.9Ghz/256/533 (1)
    Celeron D 336 2.8Ghz/256/533 (2)
    Celeron D 341 2.9Ghz/256/533 (2)
    Celeron D 352 3.2Ghz/256/533 (2)
    Celeron D 360 3.4Ghz/256/533 (1)
    Celeron Dual-Core
    E3260 2.4Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    E3300 2.5Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium P4
    Intel Pentium P4 2.93Ghz/1m/533 (4)
    Intel Pentium P4 3.00Ghz/1m/800 (3)
    Intel Pentium P4 3.20Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium P4 3.60Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium P4 516 2.93Ghz/1m/533 (1)
    Intel Pentium P4 519K 3.00Ghz/1m/533 (3)
    Intel Pentium P4 524 3.06Ghz/1m/533 (2) ht
    Intel Pentium P4 531 3.00Ghz/1m/800 (2) ht
    Intel Pentium P4 630 3.00Ghz/2m/800 (2) ht
    Intel Pentium P4 640 3.20Ghz/2m/800 (1) ht
    Intel Pentium P4 650 3.40Ghz/2m/800 (4) ht
    Intel Pentium D
    Intel Pentium D 805 2.66Ghz/2m/533 (1)
    Intel Pentium D 820 2.8Ghz/2m/800 (2)
    Intel Pentium D 925 3.0Ghz/4m/800 (2)
    Intel Pentium D 930 3.0Ghz/4m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core
    Intel Pentium Dual Core E2220 2.40Ghz/1m/800 (2)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core E2140 1.60Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 1.80Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180 2.00Ghz/1m/800 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core E6500 2.93Ghz/2m/1066 (1)
    Intel Pentium Dual Core E5300 2.60GHZ/2m/800 (1)
    Intel Core 2 Duo
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 2.33GHZ/4m/1333 (2)
    Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 2.20GHZ/2m/800 (2)
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 2.13GHZ/2M/1066 (1)
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 1.86Ghz/2m/1066 (3)
    Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 2.93Ghz/3m/1066 (1)
    Intel Core 2 Quad
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.40Ghz/8m/1066 (2)
    Intel Core 2 Quad QX6700 2.66Ghz/8m/1066 (1)
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 2.50Ghz/4m/1333 (4)
    AMD Desk top
    AMD AM5

    AMD AM5x86 P75 (1)
    AMD SOCKET7 Duron and Athlon
    AMD SOCKET7 Duron D750 (1)
    AMD SOCKET7 Duron D800 (1)
    AMD SOCKET7 Duron D1100 (1)
    AMD SOCKET7 Athlon XP1700 (1)
    AMD K6 CPU
    AMD K6 266 (1)
    AMD K6 300 (1)
    AMD K6 2
    AMD K6 2 350 (1)
    AMD K6 2 400 (1)
    AMD Sempron sdh1250iaa4dp
    AMD Athlon 64 (3200 3400 3500 1 each)
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 (4000 4800 1 each)
    AMD Athlon 2 ad400 (1)
    AMD Phenom X3 (1)
    AMD MOBILE
    AMD Turion 64 X2 TL52 (2)
    AMD Turion 64 X2 TL58 (3)
    AMD Turion 64 X2TL 60 (2)
    Mobile AMD Semprom sms3400 (1)
    AMD ATHLON AMQL64DAM22GGX2 (1)
    AMD ATHLON 64 X2 AMDTK57 (1)


    are you specificly in the market for either a TL-66 or a TL68
    if so i will keep my eye open for one for you
    :toast::toast::toast:
    "EDIT"
    This Post Edited to list the Cpu's in the above and previous posts (where not listed)
    :toast: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :rockout::rockout: :rockout:
     
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    if you're willing to list those, would you mind listing the 64 lga775 procs you have? i may be interested in a few...
     
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    Much obliged. :toast:
    Yes, I am. :) I have a Pavilion laptop with a TL-58. On the upgrade paths I was thinking of getting a TL-66 (TL-68 if compatible), if I ever saw one in a good deal, that is. Found a couple on eBay, but all were from china. Found some from the USA as well, but were twice as expensive, excluding the shipping costs.
    Again, thank you for listing them. :respect:
     
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    I got a TL-58 for sale but it won't be much of use for you then.
     
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    Awesome old dual processor board man!!!

    Added you to the original post. :):respect::respect::respect:

    Holy moly Dorset, that is a hell of a pile of CPU's man!!!! :rockout::rockout::rockout:
     
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    PCIx Graphics Cards

    Lets Start with the AMD Ones
    HIS X1900GT with retail Packaging/Software
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    Next is a X1650 Silent Heatpipe edition
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    Next Radeon X700 Pro 128 mb
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    Double Treat !
    A pair of Radeon X600 256 mb (spot the Difference)
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    Nostalgic Crossfire Anyone ?

    Now Some Nvidia Cards

    Various 9800gt Geforce cards 512mb
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    SLI Pair
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    Nvidia 8800gt Geforce cards 512mb
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    Nvidia 8800gts Geforce card 320mb
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    Pair of Nvidia 8600gs Geforce cards 256mb (SLI Pair) and a low Progile 8600gs
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    Nvidia 6800gt Geforce cards 256mb
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    Finaly in this post
    A Nostalgic Mini tower check out the front cover
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    More Pictures of Nostalgic Hardware and Software to come Soon

    :nutkick::toast::slap::rockout::rockout::rockout:
     
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    Thanks Random Murderer,

    but how the hell did you find it?
    What did you use.

    Thanks allot for the help
     
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    it was actually just one hell of a coincidence. a friend in high school had that exact server, although it was maxed out with dual 400MHz processors and 512MB RAM, a couple of high-end(for the time) LAN controllers, and a blazing fast SCSI setup. he used to use it as a dedicated counter strike/unreal/quake server when one of us hosted a LAN party.:roll:
    good times, great little server ;) i can't wait to see if you can resurrect that monster.:rockout:
     
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    I am going to try my best, all I still need is memory. But I will keep on searching
     
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    whats your location?
    what Cpu'are fitted
    the spec's Random Murderer linked to show its capable of running up to p2 600Mhz Cpu's
    also it seems it will also run on standard SDram pc100 up to 256kb per slot
     
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    I am from South Africa. And I do not know what CPU's are fitted, (not yet), I sometimes work until 10PM so I do not get allot of time to play with the thing.
     
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    There s my old glorious farts

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    Your system specs say you're using a 7950GT. Isn't the 8800GS a better card? Why aren't you using it?
     
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    Dropped by an old friends place of business today, he's the kind of guy who throw's nothing out. We we're in the back room talking and I noticed a stack of IBM Model M keyboards(mine say's 1984 on the back) that looked new and said...whoa, those bring back memories. He said, "that's nothing" and opened the closet. literally full of parts from 1985 to 2000. He had a stack of new Compaq Deskpro slot 1's that we're never used...or at least didn't look like they we're.

    I did grab a keyboard and couldn't turn down a DeskPro(Slot 1-700mhz) and I was getting the impression he wanted me to take more. I'm going back next Saturday with my SUV.

    Liquid Cool

    P.S. Might be needing a PCI video card for this DeskPro...if anyone has a suggestion.
     
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    Yes is alot better but...

    I have an issue with that 8800GS the fan is stuck on the highest speed always spins at 100 % and is dead loud, i cannot find a way to drop it down and fix it, Riva tuner didnt work.
     
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    This combo reminds of the game Commandos Behind Enemy Lines.
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    Ooh, I miss that game...
     

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