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Current User Ratings

  • MANUFACTURER: ATREND
  • MODEL: ATC5220
  • Installation: 90.41 %
  • Manual: 81.74 %
  • Performance: 82 %
  • Overall: 85.91 %
  • User Submissions: 58

 

Features

Feature Socket 7 support for Pentium level System Bus 100MHz & AGP support - DIP switch config.
Built-in Switching Voltage Regulator
I/O chipset Winbond 83877
System memory Running AMD K6-2 & Cyrix M II processors with PC-100
compliant SDRAM DIMM memory only
Support 8/16/64/128MB SDRAM module
Support 4/8/16/64/128MB EDO DRAM module
Capacity 8MB ~ 384MB DRAM size
BUS selection Jumper setting for FSB/AGP/PCI Clock Selection :
66/66/33 or 100/66/33 or 83.5/66/33
PCI IDE 2 x Bus Master DMA/33 IDE ports (up to 4 Devices)
I/O Interface AT-Style keyboard
Dual USB ports

at a glance...

MANUFACTURER:
ATREND
MODEL:
ATC5220
MANUFACTURER WEBSITE:
CLICK HERE!
PROCESSOR(S):
Intel Pentium P54C/P55C (MMX), AMD K5/K6 Family and Cyrix 6x86MX/6x86L Processors
CHIPSET:
VIA VT82C598AT & VIA VT82C586B (MVP3)
CURRENT DRIVERS:
CLICK HERE FOR DRIVERS
CACHE:
On-board 512KB Pipeline Burst SRAM, cache memory speed up to 100MHz FSB
EXPANSION:
1 AGP, 4 PCI, 2 ISA slots
MEMORY:
Three 168-pin DIMM sockets Supports up to 384MB SDRAM
ONBOARD I/O:
PS/2 Mouse, Dual USB Ports, IrDA transfer, 1 floppy port, 2 serials ports and 1 parallel port (EPP/ECP)
ONBOARD GRAPHICS:
N/A
ONBOARD SOUND:
N/A
BIOS:
Award® AGP BIOS with ACPI, DMI, Green, Plug and Play Features 1M-bit Flash EEPROM
FORM FACTOR:
ATX Form Factor 30.5cm(12") x 18cm(7.09")
EXTRAS:
Wake-On-LAN function ACPI Power Management , RTC Timer, Modem Ring On and Soft-Off control, 2 USB Ports, Easy installation DIP switch to set up the CPU frequency and CPU core voltag

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Graphics Cards
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Score Submissions
nVidia-TNT2 9 1
nVidia-TNT 8 1

 

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From: fenella@tsn.cc
Date: March 12, 2000

Comments

I have setup 2 5220 boards, they work really well with K6-2's running 66mhz bus (one 266 & other is 300mhz). Problems started when i upgraded 266 to 450mhz K6-2 with 100mhz bus. Changed Motherboard first, changed bios (5220201a.bin), changed cpu, changed ram twice(PC100), changed video from S3Virge 4 meg pci to TNT2 M64 with 32 meg agp, swapped everything on Motherboard at least once!!! change back to 266 or 300mhz cpu running 66mhz bus and it couldn't be better. BUT!!!!!!! It is progressively more unstable with 450mhz cpu, locks up moving mouse, loading simple programmes, it can also run for a few days with no problems. I am at my wits end! I have tryed everything I can think of but it will NOT run 100mhz bus! Any idea's? cheers, Garry.

From: Nathan Peters

Comments

All of the problems Im reading on this page are mostly simple fix's! First, go to A-Trend.com and download Bios update (5200v.106.bin) and flash your bios. Depending on your os, you might need the win95 patch for AMD K6-2 processor. Win 95 has a loop problem at speeds above 300MHz!!! The Bios update will solve any other problems. For AGP, make sure you have USB support intalled,and enabled in your Bios!! Anny way, my board is awsome /V3-2000/K6-2 300/64mb pc100. Hope this helped!


From: bern@hotbubble.force9.co.uk

Comments

with the 1.08 bios, this is great with win 98, although the usb does sometimes get disabled. I need to know if anyone is NT5 with this board, as i am having a few troubles....:)


From: droflek@ukgateway.net

Comments

I have all the necessary voltage settings etc for the atc5220 mother board, and have a clucked k6-2 400 running stably at 450. Took me about half an hour to crack the voltage dip switches, but I can set any voltage between 2.0 to 3.5. Just mail me for setup info.


From: droflek@ukgateway.net

Comments

HAHAHA!! Look at my spelling!! Just show what happens when it is 3am and you are half drunk. :-)

 


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