Picked up two of these nice ASUS Socket 7 boards this weekend, both with AMD K6-200Mhz CPUs, one with 64MB (pictured) and the other with 128MB:
This board has two power connectors, one AT and one ATX! So I won't have to consume a valuable AT PSU if I build a system with this board. (And it has three ISA slots, which is very generous when compared to my current Super Socket 7 board's one lone ISA slot, which is just pathetic.)
Includes onboard VGA, which is fine by me since I'm mainly interested in using this one for Pentium-era DOS gaming.
After removal of the tonnes of accumulated dust, cleaning out the heatsink, and applying new thermal paste it is time to boot memtest86:
Strangely, this board is unable to boot from my bootable memtest86 CD-R. The BIOS claims to support booting from CD, hmm. I've tried numerous CD-ROM drives that are known to work fine in other systems, but no go. So far that's the only issue -- what a haul!