First post, by Armand Karlsen
I'm thinking about putting together a machine for Windows 95/98 and (some) DOS games, but I will be limited for space so I want to use a micro-ATX motherboard if possible. Do you have any suggestions for this kind of board, or is regular ATX a better option?
I have had a look here and here, which suggests a Socket 370 Tualatin board might be an idea, and easier to get working with modern PSUs, but I can't seem to find any micro-ATX examples available. I'd be willing to go down to a regular Coppermine board or (at a pinch) Slot 1, but I won't know what would be a good option for that. The only requirements I really have are AGP and an ISA slot, so I have the option to run my Voodoo 5 card and an ISA Sound Blaster card for DOS games.