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Socket 370 Boards
PII-3100 utilizes the advanced Intel BX Chipset which offers support for Intels 100 MHz FSB Processors. With support for an Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP), up to 768MB Main Memory through three DIMM sockets, USB, and the Ultra DMA/33 IDE drive protocol.
Supported CPUs: Intel Pentium II/III & Celeron at 66MHz & 100MHz base frequency (May require BIOS upgrade from website for future processors)
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L2 Cache: Integrated on CPU
Expansion Slots: 1 X AGP, 4 X PCI, 3 X ISA
Memory: 3 X DIMM slots support up to 768MB SDRAM
Onboard I/O: 1 x SPP, EPP & ECP parallel port
2 x 16550 fast serial port
1 x high speed floppy drive connector ( Support 1MB/sec Transfer)
PS/2 type mouse and keyboard connectors
Infrared (IR) pin header connector
Onboard Graphics: N/A
Onboard Sound: N/A
BIOS: PnP Flash EPROM
Form Factor: ATX
Added Features: Supports modem ring on & suspend switch when used with ATX type power supply
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Ease of Installation Rating: 75.0
You rated the included documentation at: 75.0%
And rated your performance increase at 99.0%
The last few people to rate this board (that also left comments) had this to say:
Geoff Davissaid: I know that Amptrons are considered low-end mainboards but this has been an excellent unit for me so far. Does anyone know about using the Coppermine on this board?