Reply 33140 of 45905, by auron
no hard proof for that, although the Classic/PCI document (april '93) that is on the net is named batman.pdf (of course, someone could have just renamed it). it also has a "BP5D60AT" codename on the first page where the B could be interpreted as batman i suppose? there's also a board schematic in there that shows a quadratic chip next to the RAM sockets, which seems to fit the picture i posted earlier. on the batman's revenge boards with VRM pads, that chip is at the edge near the pci slots instead.
as for the other bit, i interpreted that as if they are actually referring to the Classic/PCI there, as the manual for that is preliminary and that name might have been changed for that board's launch. for instance, it says that PCI IDE is not included, and the presumed batman board on the picture only has 1 IDE connector, and some unused pads for what looks like SCSI, while the batman's revenge always comes with 2 IDE ports. another way to tell would be to find out whether the batman's revenge boards with no VRM soldered on have a socket or not for the RTC; on my board with VRM, the RTC is not socketed.