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September 29, 2004 2:11:03 PM

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What is the Pentium (P3, Celeron or P4 at least 500MHz) based ASUS
motherboards (even obsolete) with the mixed of ISA (minimum 1) and PCI
slots?
It does not matter about the form factor (ATX or not) or AGP bus.
Please post the board model numbers and the CPU type (Pentium ? and speed).

Thanks in advance.
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
September 29, 2004 6:47:55 PM

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HGN wrote:
> What is the Pentium (P3, Celeron or P4 at least 500MHz) based ASUS
> motherboards (even obsolete) with the mixed of ISA (minimum 1) and PCI
> slots?
> It does not matter about the form factor (ATX or not) or AGP bus.
> Please post the board model numbers and the CPU type (Pentium ? and
> speed).
>
> Thanks in advance.


http://usa.asus.com/products/mb/mb_archives.htm
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
September 29, 2004 6:47:56 PM

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I do know the ASUS archive web site.
Instead of downloading dozen of manuals (waste of bandwidth), unzipping and
browsing them, may be some of you are using an ASUS board meeting the
criteria can give me a tip.
I did send an email to ASUS and they suggest the same WEB link!
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Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
September 29, 2004 6:47:57 PM

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HGN a écrit :
> I do know the ASUS archive web site.
> Instead of downloading dozen of manuals (waste of bandwidth), unzipping and
> browsing them, may be some of you are using an ASUS board meeting the
> criteria can give me a tip.
> I did send an email to ASUS and they suggest the same WEB link!
>
>
Hi,
My Asus P2B board has 4 pci and 3 isa slots. It supports Pentium 2 and
Celeron processors upto 500 mhz.
Robert
September 29, 2004 6:47:57 PM

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In article <cjemsc$piv$1@zcars0v6.ca.nortel.com>, "HGN"
<nhan@nortelnetworks.com> wrote:

> I do know the ASUS archive web site.
> Instead of downloading dozen of manuals (waste of bandwidth), unzipping and
> browsing them, may be some of you are using an ASUS board meeting the
> criteria can give me a tip.
> I did send an email to ASUS and they suggest the same WEB link!

Here is the perfect board for you.

Soyo P4I845PE ISA - Socket 478 ATX Motherboard with Audio
USB 2.0 AGP 2X/4X and LAN Support

http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_getprod.php/masterid...

It has 3 ISA slots - and it uses a P4, so you won't have to
shop on Ebay to find it.

http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_techspecs.php?master...

There is one user review here:
http://www.pricegrabber.com/rating_getprodrev.php/produ...

Manufacturer's website:
http://soyousa.com/products/proddesc.php?id=194

Careful when buying a processor for this. According to the Intel
pricelist, there is a 2.8GHz/FSB533/512KB cache processor still
being manuafactured (a Northwood), and while you probably can still
find a 3.06GHz Northwood processor like it, they may not last long,
as Prescott will replace them.

If you really want a P3 class system, the P2B family with 440BX
chipset is an answer - find all of these on Ebay.

P2B - 3 ISA, Slot 1 based processor
P2B-D - 2 ISA, Dual Slot 1 processor
P2B-DS
P2B-L - 2 ISA, Slot 1 based processor
P2B-S
P2B-LS
P3B-F - 1 or 2 ISA, depending on exact model, Slot 1 based processor.
CUV4X - 1 ISA, socket 370 processor (Coppermine)
- Other members of CUV4X family are PCI only

If this system is for personal use, this guy buys and restores 440BX
based motherboards. He probably has a few processors for them
as well. All you would need to pick up, is compatible RAM, which
can be found on the Crucial.com website. His email address is at
the bottom of this link:

http://tipperlinne.com/p2bmod

Another tool for finding motherboards, is the MOBOT. AFAIK this
database stopped being updated years ago, so you may not be seeing
all possible solutions. Just select the number of ISA slots
desired, and you'll get a huge list.

http://iceberg.pchomeworld.com/cgi-win/mobotGen/mobot.a...

HTH,
Paul
September 30, 2004 12:36:02 PM

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CUBX is one MB that fits your description.
It had one ISA slot and 5 PCI slots and was a Pentium III socket 370 board.

http://members.ams.chello.nl/mgherard/images/cubx-big.j...



"HGN" <nhan@nortelnetworks.com> wrote in message
news:<cjefpn$ghl$1@zcars0v6.ca.nortel.com>...
> What is the Pentium (P3, Celeron or P4 at least 500MHz) based ASUS
> motherboards (even obsolete) with the mixed of ISA (minimum 1) and PCI
> slots?
> It does not matter about the form factor (ATX or not) or AGP bus.
> Please post the board model numbers and the CPU type (Pentium ? and speed).
>
> Thanks in advance.
October 1, 2004 6:00:55 AM

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"Paul" <nospam@needed.com> wrote in message
news:nospam-2909041301240001@192.168.1.177...
> In article <cjemsc$piv$1@zcars0v6.ca.nortel.com>, "HGN"
> <nhan@nortelnetworks.com> wrote:
>
> > I do know the ASUS archive web site.
> > Instead of downloading dozen of manuals (waste of bandwidth), unzipping
and
> > browsing them, may be some of you are using an ASUS board meeting the
> > criteria can give me a tip.
> > I did send an email to ASUS and they suggest the same WEB link!
>
> Here is the perfect board for you.
>
> Soyo P4I845PE ISA - Socket 478 ATX Motherboard with Audio
> USB 2.0 AGP 2X/4X and LAN Support
>
> http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_getprod.php/masterid...
>
> It has 3 ISA slots - and it uses a P4, so you won't have to
> shop on Ebay to find it.
>
> http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_techspecs.php?master...
>
> There is one user review here:
>
http://www.pricegrabber.com/rating_getprodrev.php/produ...
>
> Manufacturer's website:
> http://soyousa.com/products/proddesc.php?id=194
>
> Careful when buying a processor for this. According to the Intel
> pricelist, there is a 2.8GHz/FSB533/512KB cache processor still
> being manuafactured (a Northwood), and while you probably can still
> find a 3.06GHz Northwood processor like it, they may not last long,
> as Prescott will replace them.
>
> If you really want a P3 class system, the P2B family with 440BX
> chipset is an answer - find all of these on Ebay.
>
> P2B - 3 ISA, Slot 1 based processor
> P2B-D - 2 ISA, Dual Slot 1 processor
> P2B-DS
> P2B-L - 2 ISA, Slot 1 based processor
> P2B-S
> P2B-LS
> P3B-F - 1 or 2 ISA, depending on exact model, Slot 1 based processor.
> CUV4X - 1 ISA, socket 370 processor (Coppermine)
> - Other members of CUV4X family are PCI only
>
> If this system is for personal use, this guy buys and restores 440BX
> based motherboards. He probably has a few processors for them
> as well. All you would need to pick up, is compatible RAM, which
> can be found on the Crucial.com website. His email address is at
> the bottom of this link:
>
> http://tipperlinne.com/p2bmod
>
> Another tool for finding motherboards, is the MOBOT. AFAIK this
> database stopped being updated years ago, so you may not be seeing
> all possible solutions. Just select the number of ISA slots
> desired, and you'll get a huge list.
>
> http://iceberg.pchomeworld.com/cgi-win/mobotGen/mobot.a...
>
> HTH,
> Paul

Awesome reply Paul
Anonymous
a b V Motherboard
October 1, 2004 5:50:53 PM

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"HGN" <nhan@nortelnetworks.com> wrote in message
news:cjefpn$ghl$1@zcars0v6.ca.nortel.com...
> What is the Pentium (P3, Celeron or P4 at least 500MHz) based ASUS
> motherboards (even obsolete) with the mixed of ISA (minimum 1) and PCI
> slots?
> It does not matter about the form factor (ATX or not) or AGP bus.
> Please post the board model numbers and the CPU type (Pentium ? and
> speed).
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
I'm using a P3C-E here with a Slot 1 (SECC2) P III 933 MHz CPU and one 512
MB RDRAM module - it runs Windows XP Pro and even works with my 250 GB hard
drive (C:)  nicely. Be wary of the Soyo board's pricing - its way more
expensive than the same one without ISA slots, and you really pay a
premium - at least over here in the UK.

Paul
!