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    Default Biostar m5ala motherboard

    I've been looking at buying the biostar m5ala motherboard for an old gaming computer but i cant find any info on it.
    I was wondering if anyone here had any experience with this board thanks for any info you can give me

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    Has any one used the biostar m5ala and if so what kind of problems did you have with it if any

    thanks for the link but I had found the manual I was kind of looking for opinion on the motherboard

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    Hmm... supports AMD K6 AND K6-2 but only goes up to 100mhz... are you looking more for MS-DOS gaming or Windows 9x gaming? A Socket 7 board that only goes up to 100mhz? Seems odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravisHuckins View Post
    Hmm... supports AMD K6 AND K6-2 but only goes up to 100mhz... are you looking more for MS-DOS gaming or Windows 9x gaming? A Socket 7 board that only goes up to 100mhz? Seems odd.
    It supports up to 100 MHz bus speed, not CPU clock.

    The board supports up to a 5x multiplier (page 1-11), but it only specifies AMD K6/2 up to 350 MHz on page 1-13. This probably means it was only designed for up to 350 MHz CPUs and the higher multipliers are experimental or for overclocking.

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