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AOpen AX-59Pro
ASUS P5A
ASUS P5A-B
Atrend ATC-5220
AZZA PT-5VMX
Biostar M5ALA
CalGraph Photon 100
Chaintech 5AGM2
DFI P5BV3+
ECS P5SD-B+
ECS P5VP-A+
EFA Viking mS3
EFA P5MVP3 -AT
EPoX MVP3C
EPoX MVP3E
EPoX MVP3F-A
EPoX EP-MVP3G-M
Eurone MS-6260S
FIC PA 2013
FIC VA-503+
FIC VA-503A
Freetech P5F93
FreeTech P5F103
Gainward 5VPA
GigaByte GA-5AX
GVC VP1541
Iwill XA100
Iwill XA100+
Micronics c200
Microstar MS-5169
Microstar MS-5184
Shuttle Hot 591P
Shuttle HOT 597
Shuttle Hot-599
Soltek 54U5
SolTek SL-56D1
SOYO SY-5EH5
SOYO SY-5EMA
SOYO SY-5EMA+
SOYO  SY-5SSM
TMC A15VG+
TMC T15VG+
Tyan S1590S
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Features

AGP graphics support
UltraDMA/33 Hard disk support
Support for 64bit SDRAM
Support for 72bit ECC* SDRAM
Memory bus runs between 66MHz and 100MHz, user selectable
SB-LINK for legacy SoundblasterTMcard compatibility
Wake-on-LAN and Wake-on-RING cable headers
Smart Soft power control
Optional System Hardware Monitoring
Flash BIOS for Free Downloadable Software Upgrades
Operating System Support:
Windows® 95/98 and NT
MS-DOSTM 5.0, 6.2
PC-DOS

Micronix c200 Specifications

Processor

AMD K6/K6-2 - 166MHz to 350MHz
National/Cyrix MII - 200MHz to 333MHz
IDT Winchip C6/C6+ - 200MHz to 300MHz

Chipset

ALI Alladin 5 AGPset

L2 Cache

512k Pipelined burst integrated 2nd level cache

Expansion Slots

Four 32-bit PCI slots
Three 16-bit ISA slots (one PCI/ISA shared)
One 32-bit 2X AGP slot

Memory

Three 168pin DIMM sockets (3.3v unbuffered)
up to 768MB

Onboard I/O

2 Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports Peripheral support built-in :
Integrated I/O includes Dual 16550 compatible serial ports
ECP/EPP compatible parallel port
Floppy port
Dual USB ports
PS/2 style keyboard and mouse connectors
IrDA compliant Infrared connector

BIOS

Award PCI Plug 'n' Play BIOS

Form Factor

ATX

Extras

APM 1.2 / ACPI / DMI 2.0 / Quick boot / Multi boot II / SMI

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From: Daniel_Sutcliffe@HotMail.com
Date: 2/7/99

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I've just installed the C200 and it won't recognise my Pioneer DR-A04s 32x CD Rom drive but it will recognise my Mitsumi CD-R ? And yes i've tried different cables,ide channels and everyting else I can think of !!2

From: tblankenship@pcisys.net
Date: 2/10/99

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I found this to be a very good board, and with the lastest bios updates it handles the AMDK6-2 400Mhz cpu very well. Right now I'm also running win98 and have not a problem once I firgured out how all my irq were assigned, which tends to be the most common problem people have when installing a new mobo period. I help a friend build his system like mine and only problem he had was he forgot to install the CPU fan and created a bad heat problem which was easily fixed. If anyone tends to get page fault errors, or errors with thier hard drives it tends to be a heat problem.

From: RFYNE@aol.com
Date: 2/15/99

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WOW, only problem was getting IRQ's set,Viper-V550, SB LIVE, SupraMax56k RFYNE

From: FTETU@AOL.COM
Date: 3/26/99

Comments

NO BUGS AND FAST

From: ehess@tbi.net
Date: 4/22/99

Comments

Got the board a few months ago, and I've found it to be very stable with an overclocked MMX 233 running at 250 (100x2.5), 266 (66x4), and 233 (duh)... The chipset hasn't given me any problems at all, and the layout is pretty good for a cheap board.

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