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April 12, 2005 2:03:13 PM

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Anyone know of any? I need the 3.3V keying at a minimum (card won't
fit, otherwise), 66MHz capability strongly preferred.
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April 12, 2005 2:35:48 PM

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chrisv wrote:

>Anyone know of any? I need the 3.3V keying at a minimum (card won't
>fit, otherwise), 66MHz capability strongly preferred.

Well, I found some Xeon boards pretty quickly. Standard-ATX-sized and
cheaper CPU would be better...
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April 12, 2005 2:48:21 PM

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chrisv wrote:

>chrisv wrote:
>
>>Anyone know of any? I need the 3.3V keying at a minimum (card won't
>>fit, otherwise), 66MHz capability strongly preferred.
>
>Well, I found some Xeon boards pretty quickly. Standard-ATX-sized and
>cheaper CPU would be better...

Hmm... Supermicro P4SCi might work. It's got two 64-bit, 66MHz PCI-X
slots, which I think will work with a 66MHz PCI card.
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Anonymous
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April 12, 2005 8:00:02 PM

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chrisv wrote:
> chrisv wrote:
>
>
>>chrisv wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Anyone know of any? I need the 3.3V keying at a minimum (card won't
>>>fit, otherwise), 66MHz capability strongly preferred.
>>
>>Well, I found some Xeon boards pretty quickly. Standard-ATX-sized and
>>cheaper CPU would be better...
>
>
> Hmm... Supermicro P4SCi might work. It's got two 64-bit, 66MHz PCI-X
> slots, which I think will work with a 66MHz PCI card.
>

The Tyan S288x, S4882, and S289x boards all have 3.3V PCI-X slots.
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April 13, 2005 3:14:19 PM

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Rob Stow wrote:

>chrisv wrote:
>> chrisv wrote:
>>
>>
>>>chrisv wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Anyone know of any? I need the 3.3V keying at a minimum (card won't
>>>>fit, otherwise), 66MHz capability strongly preferred.
>>>
>>>Well, I found some Xeon boards pretty quickly. Standard-ATX-sized and
>>>cheaper CPU would be better...
>>
>>
>> Hmm... Supermicro P4SCi might work. It's got two 64-bit, 66MHz PCI-X
>> slots, which I think will work with a 66MHz PCI card.
>
>The Tyan S288x, S4882, and S289x boards all have 3.3V PCI-X slots.

Thanks. I found that if you look at server boards, it's a really
common feature. The hard part was finding a *$@#&%! power supply that
for sure matched the mobo.
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April 13, 2005 9:03:55 PM

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chrisv wrote:
> Rob Stow wrote:
>
>
>>chrisv wrote:
>>
>>>chrisv wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>chrisv wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>Anyone know of any? I need the 3.3V keying at a minimum (card won't
>>>>>fit, otherwise), 66MHz capability strongly preferred.
>>>>
>>>>Well, I found some Xeon boards pretty quickly. Standard-ATX-sized and
>>>>cheaper CPU would be better...
>>>
>>>
>>>Hmm... Supermicro P4SCi might work. It's got two 64-bit, 66MHz PCI-X
>>>slots, which I think will work with a 66MHz PCI card.
>>
>>The Tyan S288x, S4882, and S289x boards all have 3.3V PCI-X slots.
>
>
> Thanks. I found that if you look at server boards, it's a really
> common feature. The hard part was finding a *$@#&%! power supply that
> for sure matched the mobo.
>

http://www.pcpowercooling.com/products/power_supplies/m...
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