Reply 20 of 58, by retro games 100
The SCSI is the orange rectangle on the bottom left. Atleast I think it's SCSI
Alas, this is just where you plug in the power / reset / LEDs etc etc...
And please put some paste on the K6-3, it's a hot chip and it doesn't have any significant overheating protection, it could burn out if you put it to work.
And about the paste, just put a small drop on the center like you would a P3 coppermine.
Done! Thanks everyone. (Please see photo - the red dots were added using a paint program. This shows the boundary of where the paste is.
Regarding the driver: I am thinking of using the VIA 4-in-1 version 4.35. (I read a post about the Shuttle mobo on the net, and this user was using the same Shuttle mobo with this 4-in-1 4.35 driver.) This is a bit odd, because this is the same driver used for other VIA chipsets, eg KT133A.