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Thread: For Sale: Socket 7 ATX Motherboard with 64MB RAM+200MHz CPU - $16 Shipped

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    Default For Sale: Socket 7 ATX Motherboard with 64MB RAM+200MHz CPU - $16 Shipped

    Here we have a good, working Toshiba/Intel Socket 7 ATX motherboard, fitted with 64MB and 256K of cache. It can fit in any typical full-ATX tower computer. It has onboard S3 ViRGE video and Yamaha YMF701 sound. It's pretty much got everything integrated that you'd need to make a pretty decent DOS gaming box. No problems that I noticed, it runs fine, I just need to clear some of this old computer stuff out of my room. Asking $16 shipped to any address in the lower 48 United States. I'll include a Pentium MMX 200MHz CPU with fan/cooler so you can get this bad boy up and running as soon as possible.

    Please PM if interested.

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    Default Still available

    Still available. Any takers?

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    There was someone a few months ago looking for an Intel S7 motherboard. What's the chipset on this one? Maybe I can dig him up. This looks a lot like the ones used in the Toshiba Infinia series.

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    Most likely the Intel Triton series. I see 2 Intel chips on the board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chromedome45 View Post
    Most likely the Intel Triton series. I see 2 Intel chips on the board.
    That was also my thought. It appears that the board is a TC430HX.

    Specification here and
    Errata here

    Not a bad board--supports up to 233MHz MMX Pentiums. Has audio and VGA onboard as well--and you get Intel's very detailed documentation. You could do much worse in a Socket 7 board.

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    The HX is the best Intel Socket 7 chipset, there should be people lined up for this (I have some already).
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    Believe it or not this is still available. I'm open to offers.

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    Once again, a board like this with both PCI and ISA slots this makes an excellent tweener. And it doesn't seem to have any of those large (problematic) electrolytic caps like so many other boards of its era which is another plus.
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    Sold! Thanks for your interest

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