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Socket 370 with ISA best motherboard

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Reply 20 of 27, by y2k se

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I have that Powerleap slotket with a 1.4 GHz Tualatin Celeron on a P2B (1.12 I think). You would need to run the 1014 Beta 003 BIOS and may need to patch in the CPU ID strings depending on the CPU stepping (IIRC, it doesn't have the B1 stepping identifiers in it).

Tualatin Celeron 1.4, ASUS P2B, 512 MB, GeForce 3 Ti 200, Voodoo2 SLI, AWE64, WD 80GB SE HDD, Dell 2007FP

Reply 21 of 27, by Oetker

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I would recommend getting a modded Tualatin from Korea via eBay.
Also, Coppermine-compatible VRMs are fine for Tualatin as well. I use an MSI Master slotket on a 440BX to run a Tualatin, at 100MHz FSB though as my board doesn't go higher than that.

Reply 24 of 27, by The Sandman

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The MSI 694T (also called MS6309) is a good board with ISA. Tualatin support out of the box. I modded a Gigabyte GA-6VX7-4X some time for Tully support including Bios. Now runs with a Pentium III 1-GHz @ 1050-MHz and a ISA Soundcard (Yamaha?) at a friends house. only downside if it really matters to you is, that you can only set Ram timings to 3-2-2 instead full 2-2-2 in the Bios.
I Can also recommend the Abit KT7A V1.3 (though it's Socket A). Put a mobile Athlon XP in it, lower the VCore and even a very fast passive cooled system would be possible.
and because all Boards are VIA based they all have SB-Live!/Audigy DOS support.

Reply 26 of 27, by Bogdan55

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I've read that Via Apollo Pro 133T support Tualatin CPU here :
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_VIA_chipsets

Would this mb work:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Retro-Windows-98-SET … 90f8a%7Ciid%3A1

or this one:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/324341539019?_trksid … ING_SOON.R1.TR1

Reply 27 of 27, by Bancho

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This is the board I mentioned earlier. I actually run it pretty much fully loaded, running at 140mhz fsb. It runs great. Sound cards work fine. Its been the most easiest to work with motherboard, in regards to it just working. I guess its just finding boards that work well. The Abit BX133 is also a decent socket 370 board.

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