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  1. HammerON

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    MSI MS-6168
    Info about the MSI MS-6168 motherboard with onboard Voodoo3:

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    • Intel(R) 440ZX/Slot 1
    • 100MHz FSB: Support all Intel(R) Pentium(R) II/III/ CeleronTM processor up to 550MHz
    • Memory: 2 DIMM. Max. 256MB SDRAM
    • Video: 3Dfx Voodoo 3 2000 with 8/16MB SGRAM
    • Audio: Creative(R) 1373 (PCI)
    • I/O: 1 VGA, 1 Serial, 1 Printer, 2 USB ports, Floppy, IrDA, Game, Audio
    • BIOS: ACPI, DMI, PnP, Green, PC97/98
    • Slot: 3 PCI, 1 ISA
    • F. Factor: Micro-ATX
    • TOP Tech. II (Thermal Overheat Protection) Technology
    • System Hardware Monitor
    • PC Alert II Monitor Software
    • Suspend to DRAM

    i see what you did here ... tho i never found any information about a Nec Powermate VT with Voodoo3 2000 most of them have rage or a agp port, afaik except packard bell no one used them, and it was the MSI MS-6168 (A-Trend did also a V3 2000 onboard mobo)
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    ok ...
    Rias ATC6254-3
    Info about the Rias ATC6254-3 motherboard with onboard Voodoo3:

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    • Supports Intel Celeron (SEPP) or Pentium II/III Processor (Katmai)
    • Intel 440BX AGPset supports a 66MHz or 100MHz Front-Side Bus
    • Award PnP Flash BIOS
    • CPU Ratio Selection: 3.5x~8.0x
    • 4 DIMM sockets support up to 1GB RAM
    • Ultra DMA/33 controller supports 4 drives
    • Integrated 3D audio and Voodoo 3 2000 AGP with 16MB of SGRAM
    • ATX Form Factor 12" x 8.27"
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    The PowerMate ES 5200
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    Features and benefits of the NEC PowerMate ES Series include:

    -- Intel Celeron, Pentium II, or Pentium III processors with speeds
    up to 550MHz

    -- 440BX full-featured chipset on a highly integrated small
    form-factor "universal motherboard" offering Celeron through
    Pentium III support

    -- Open standards-based management software for simplified
    management (DMI 2.1 compliant) including Intel LANDesk(R) Client
    Manager 3.2, NEC's WebTelligent web based system manager, NEC
    SNMP Agent, McAfee(R) VirusScan(tm) , NEC Security (floppy,
    serial, parallel disable utility), and Cheyenne Backup

    -- Easy-to-maintain NLX form factor

    -- Integrated LAN, AGP graphics and 16-bit audio for fully featured,
    yet cost-effective, desktop solution

    -- Easily upgradeable form factors that allow investment protection
    to grow with business needs

    -- Built-to-order and configured-to-order systems

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
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    The PowerMate VT 300
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    Features of the NEC PowerMate VT 300 include:

    -- mATX micro-tower form factor to maximize space

    -- Choice of Intel Processors: Celeron 333, 366, 400, 433MHz,
    Pentium II 350, 400, and Pentium III 450, 500 and 550MHz

    -- 2X AGP graphics accelerator: 4MB ATI Rage IIC or 8MB ATI XPERT98
    or 16 MB Diamond Viper 550

    -- Fast memory (100MHz SDRAM)

    -- Fast Ultra DMA/33 EIDE hard drive support

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
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    The PowerMate 8100
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    Features and benefits of the NEC PowerMate ES Series include:

    -- Intel Celeron, Pentium II, or Pentium III processors with speeds
    up to 550MHz

    -- 440BX full-featured chipset on a highly integrated small
    form-factor "universal motherboard" offering Celeron through
    Pentium III support

    -- Open standards-based management software for simplified
    management (DMI 2.1 compliant) including Intel LANDesk(R) Client
    Manager 3.2, NEC's WebTelligent web based system manager, NEC
    SNMP Agent, McAfee(R) VirusScan(tm) , NEC Security (floppy,
    serial, parallel disable utility), and Cheyenne Backup

    -- Easy-to-maintain NLX form factor

    -- Integrated LAN, AGP graphics and 16-bit audio for fully featured,
    yet cost-effective, desktop solution

    -- Easily upgradeable form factors that allow investment protection
    to grow with business needs

    -- Built-to-order and configured-to-order systems

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
    -0-
    The PowerMate VT 300
    -0-
    Features of the NEC PowerMate VT 300 include:

    -- mATX micro-tower form factor to maximize space

    -- Choice of Intel Processors: Celeron 333, 366, 400, 433MHz,
    Pentium II 350, 400, and Pentium III 450, 500 and 550MHz

    -- 2X AGP graphics accelerator: 4MB ATI Rage IIC or 8MB ATI XPERT98
    or 16 MB Diamond Viper 550

    -- Fast memory (100MHz SDRAM)

    -- Fast Ultra DMA/33 EIDE hard drive support

    -- Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
    Workstation installed and Windows 2000 Ready
    -0-
    The PowerMate 8100
     
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  3. ThE_MaD_ShOt

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    @Backfire. Hey I also have the original Radeon 64ddr gpu. I still have the full retail package. I also have a full retailed boxed Rage Fury Pro and a Radeon 9500 Pro. I am going to resurrect my kt7a over the weekend. I too had it @ 2200 mhz. It is running a geforce fx5700 and 1.5 gb of mem. Just need to decide with sound board to put in it. I have a sb live, sb audigy , audigy 2, audigy 2 zs and a aureal sq2500 to choose from. And it will be an xp machine.
     
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    ARGHbllll...if i did knew .... oh wait the seller doesn't accept Paypal and not sending outside Germany ...

    ok folks .... the HDAMA-I and the E6700 are almost here .... i can feel it ...

    also i have a Audigy 2 at home ... but the audio quality is beyond crappy ... but its not Creative's fault .... : Corroded jack plug .... i didn't took the "gold" one :roll:

    and nope its not too young i bought it for the Athlon XP rig originally so waaayyy enough old (for a 12yrs old chip :D ) ... or i could take out a Hercule Gamesurround Fortissimo II if i find her ... and more importantly the cable that goes with... that was my 1st real 5.1 audio card tho at the time i couldn't afford a 5.1 speaker set so i ended using two 2.0 speaker set xD i got the Hercule in 2001 (2years after mounting the A-XP rig and when i got feed up of the AC97 :roll:) and the Audigy 2 in 2003 when the price of it was a bit cheaper than at launch in 2002
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    tho i had the blue PCB one but the box was that one, i should have kept the box and the cable :D but i am pretty sure i still have the card somewhere.
     
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    Picked this stuff up from a guy in San Francisco.

    Shuttle HOT-409 motherboard:
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    5.25" 360KB Floppy:
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    A Joystick for something, I was told Apple II.
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    DTC Y2K BIOS Card:
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    3 Adaptec AHA-1542CF SCSI cards:
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    and a Performa 6400/180 with a 300 MHz G3 Upgrade.
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    Wrapped in a plastic bag in case it leaks before I get it externally mounted. Last thing I want is another ruined motherboard from batteries.
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    Y2K card, nice find. Fairly rare. :toast:
     
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    The Kt7A is alive and well.

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    Sealed retail boxed Intel SBT2. Didn't consider this at first, but the front panel connectors are proprietary. There's also some kind of proprietary 10-pin connector, I believe it's required if using a redundant power supply. No idea if it's actually required to boot the board or not. Apparently the board is intended to be used with the Intel SC5000 pedestal case, but I got other plans for it.

    Possible specs:
    Dual 1Ghz P3 Xeon SL4HF
    4GB PC133 ECC
    3DFX Voodoo5 5500 PCI
    Sound Blaster Audigy
    Dual 36GB Quantum SCSI drives

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    Sealed Sapphire Radeon X1950 Pro AGP

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    ASUS PC-DL

    Came with a pair of 2.8Ghz Xeons, but I picked up a pair of 3.2Ghz on the cheap, the best this board will officially run. Unfortunately this board only officially supports 533Mhz FSB, but I can probably OC it a bit.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Those old dual CPU motherboards are so damn cool :toast:

    Found another 256MB PC133 stick and the Retro Rig detects 512MB, even the manual says it supports only 256MB. Now I just need winxp to it :)
     
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    both at home ... tho i didn't sleep last night, sooo ... time to take a little rest, to avoid a critical fail on the unmounting/mounting/wiring .... edit: i will need to do some better shot of the Arima once fully awake ... IMG_20140403_124622.jpg IMG_20140403_124628.jpg

    i just noticed i did the 1981th post on that thread ....
    my birthdate is 12 december 1981 talk about luck :roll: :D

    NOOOOOOOOOOO 9700Pro did it ... gah i got 1982... oh well for 20 day later i could have been 1982 :laugh:
     
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    I have an Intel SRSH4 server that looks to have a very similar board layout and the 10-pin connector. When I get home I can tell you what it does on mine. Being a Pentium 4 Xeon Quad-processor system it doesn't see a lot of use as it draws more power than an Athlon X2 system while being slower.
     
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    It's not the use, it's the feeling why we do this. ;)
     
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    Amen brother!!!
     
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    couldn't say better!

    also heart transplantation for the DC7700P success
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    I am going to put another Athlon xp rig together here soon. This one I am going to stray away from the normal. LOL The Board is an Epox Krai pro with the Via Kt880 chipset.
     
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    SBT2 specification manual indicates those proprietary front panel connectors are for LEDs and indicators apparently. Power and reset switches have their own separate headers which will accept standard power/reset switch connections. Lol, I hope this board boots without the 10-pin.
     
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    Not to Nostalgic but it is a little. [​IMG]
     
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    My favorite card! :toast:
     
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    Can we consider an Asus M2V-MX as à old hardware?
     
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