Anyone know of any P4 or Athlon supporting motherboards with an ISA slot on-board. Its for an industrial application and we need one ISA slot. Swapping the ISA board for a pci based is out of the question as is redesign of the existing board.
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Industrial PC? Go with an older system, like a PIII on a BX chipset. The last boards to have ISA slots were based on the VIA KT133A chipset, a relatively low performance, low stability chipset with compatability problems. The BX was the most stable, compatable chipset ever produced. I believe Intel was considered the most stable board producer. An SE400BX2 could use a PIII 1000E slot 1 (not 1000EB).
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