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asus p2b acpi revision 1002 i440bx mboard

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kingmatt, Jan 14, 2003.

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  1. kingmatt

    kingmatt Thread Starter

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    I have just spent several hours :mad: searching for a picture of the above motherboard an (asus i440bx with 3 isa 4 pci 1 agp and 3 memory slots).
    Paticularly useless was the asus :mad: site. I am trying to find out the cpu capacity of this board and the setup info for it.
    It is at present running a pii 266. Any help would be appreciated:)
     
  2. carltasha

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    I had one of those boards , they were top of the line in their day and could handel any slot one P11 . mine was used with a p11 450 and the 500 could also work with it .
     
  3. brianF

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    Latest bios will upgrade to coppermine BO stepping's

    Which are apparently topped out at an 850

    It appears the jumpers top out at 8 for a multiplier so an 800 should work if you want to flash to the latest bios
     
  4. jechon

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    how do I upgrade the bios when I cannot identify my flash memory? Please help. I also left a post in the utilities section
     
  5. fbos

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    Hi,

    I have the same board, at revision 1006. I am wondering if this board supports AGP 2x video cards. If you have any info, I would appreciate.

    To stay on-topic, I have a PII 350 on that board. I believe it goes all the way to 500. I don't have anymore information on the flashing and Coppermine CPUs.

    Thanks !
    Francois
     
  6. kingmatt

    kingmatt Thread Starter

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    Still trying to find out about this board. Have emailed asus. Will post any info I get
     
  7. hastings

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    Hi Kingmatt,

    Asus is excellent in tech support. Go to the global site as opposed to the USA site. http://www.asus.com.tw and choose the 'global' option. Then choose the 'download' option and enter the make of your board. You'll be able to obtain manual and BIOS downloads there.

    Cheers,
    Mike
     
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