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First post, by Carlos S. M.

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Yesterday i made a thread about Socket 478 motherboards with PCI-E slots, but i decided to some some more research and make a list of the oposite, LGA 775 motherboards with AGP Slots, these are more common than Socket 478+PCI-E mobos, but also interesting at some point

All chipses used on these motherboards supports Windows 9x, but i can't guarante other devices does like onboard audio or network

Some Intel 865 and VIA chipsets boards might support Dual Core, 65 nm CPUs or even Core 2, but it depends of the motherboard model. There are at least vey few boards with Core 2 Quad Support (AsRock 775i65G R2.0/3.0 and AsRock ConRoe865PE afaik). Ethier way, check CPU support of the motherboard

OS Support for these boards:
Windows NT 4 (at least on Intel and VIA boards, onboard audio/lan may not work)
Windows 98 SE/ME (most of the boards supports/can work with Windows 9x)
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Server 2003
Windows Vista/2008
Windows 7/2008 R2
Windows 8/2012
Windows 8.1/2012 R2
Windows 10 up to version 1511 (1607 and newer dropped AGP support making 10 unusable on these systems)
Linux

Here an extensive list of motherboards (Updated as of 4th March 2020), it might be incomplete:

Legend/Notes:
(1) This board only support Pentium 4 and Celeron D, only 90 nm
(2) This board only support Pentium 4 and Celeron D, both 90 and 65 nm
(3) This board supports Pentium D, only 90 nm
(4) This board supports Pentium D, both 90 and 65 nm
(5) This board supports Core 2

Intel 845GE:
(1) Gigabyte GA-8I845GE775-G

Intel 848P:
(1) AsRock 775i48
(1) Asrock P4 COMBO
(4) Gigabyte GA-8I848P775-G
(1) ASUS P5P800S-M
(1) ASUS P5P800S
(1) QDI P5I848P
(1) MSI 848P Neo2-V (MS-7108)

Intel 875P:
(1) DFI LanParty 875P-T
(1) Shuttle XPC SB77G5 (FB77)

Intel 865PE:
(3) AsRock 775i65PE-M
(4) AsRock 775i65PE (65 nm support needs PCB 1.03 and BIOS 1.40 or newer)
(5) AsRock ConRoe865PE
(5) Gigabyte GA-8I865PE775-G-RH (Core 2 Support on rev 3.0 or newer, otherwise, it only supports up to 65 nm Pentium 4/D)
(1) Gigabyte GA-8IPE775 Pro
(1) Gigabyte GA-8IPE775
(1) Gigabyte GA-8I865PEM-775
(4) Gigabyte GA-8IPE775-G (only ver 1.2 supports Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs)
(1) ASUS P5P800
(1) ASUS P5P800-X
(4) ASUS P5P800 SE
(4) Abit AS8 (unofficially supports Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs acording to a member)
(4) Abit AS8-V (unofficially supports Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs acording to a member)
(4) Abit AS8-3RD EYE (unofficially supports Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs acording to a member)
(1) DFI LANParty 865PE-TAG
(4) ECS 865PE-A7 (Only ver 5.0 support Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs)
(1) QDI P5I865PE
(1) MSI MSI 865PE Neo3 (MS-6728)
(1) Foxconn 865PE7AF-8EKS
(1) EPoX EP-5PDAJ
(1) EPoX EP-5PDAI
(1) Biostar I86PE-A7

Intel 865G:
(4) AsRock 775i65G
(5) AsRock 775i65G R2.0
(5) AsRock 775i65G R3.0
(1) IBT/iBase MB865/MB865-R (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)
(1) IBT/iBase/Adek MB865F (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)
(1) Gigabyte GA-8I865GM-775
(1) Gigabyte GA-8I865GMF-775
(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775
(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865G775-G
(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865G775-G-RH
(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865GMK-775 (Only ver 1.1 or newer supports Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs)
(5) Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775-RH (Only ver 2.0 or newer supports Core 2, 1.x only up to 65nm Pentium 4/D, ver 6.6 supports Core 2 Quad)
(5) Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775-RH-AS (Only ver 2.0 or newer supports Core 2 and 65 nm CPUs, 1.x only up to 90nm Pentium 4/D)
(4) ASUS P5P800-VM
(1) ASUS P5P800-MX
(5) ASUS P5PE-VM (BIOS update might be needed for Core 2 support)
(3) Biostar i865G-M7 (up to 8xx Pentium D acording to CPU-Upgrade site)
(4) Intel D865GSA
(4) MSI 865GM3-V (MS-7101)
(4) Foxconn 865G7MF-SH
(1) DFI G7S600-B (Industrial motherboard)
(1) DFI G7S620-N (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)
(4) PCCHIPS P13G+
(1) PC Chips P13G
(3) Biostar 865G Micro
(5) ANOVO AIMB-865 (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)
(4) Axiomtek IMB200 (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)

Intel 865P:
(1) Gigabyte GA-8IP775-G
(1) Gigabyte GA-8IP775

SiS 648FX:
(1) Foxconn 648M05-6LS (Foxconn 648FX7MF/Foxconn 648CTMF)
(1) Gigabyte GA-8S648FX-775
(1) Gigabyte GA-8S648FX-775-C

SiS 651:
(1) ASUS P5S533-TM

SiS 661FX/GX:
(1) AsRock 775S61
(1) ASUS P5S800-VM
(1) ASUS P5S800-VM/S
(4) Gigabyte GA-8S661FXM-775 (ver 2.0 support Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs, 1.x only 90 nm Pentium 4s)
(1) Gigabyte GA-8S661GXM-775
(1) ECS 661FX-M7
(1) ECS 661GX-M7 (Acer OEM, actually a 661FX mobo)
(1) QDI P5S661FXM
(1) MSI 661FM3-V (MS-7103)
(1) MSI 661FM3-L (MS-7082)
(1) Foxconn 661GX7MI-S
(1) Foxconn 661FX7MJ-RSH
(1) Foxconn 661GX7MJ-H
(1) Foxconn 661FX7MJ-RS
(1) Foxconn 661M08-FX-6LS
(1) Foxconn 661FX7MI-RS
(1) Foxconn 661FX7MF-S
(1) Fujitsu D1961-A11
(1) AOpen S661FXm-7S
(1) Abit SG-80
(1) DFI 661FX-TML
(1)Shuttle SS59G/SS59GV2 (FS59)
(1)TWISTER SiS661FX
(1)ITZR SiS 661-775

VIA PT880Pro/Ultra:
(4) AsRock 775Dual-880Pro (Pentium D support needs BIOS P1.20 or newer)
(5) AsRock 775Dual-VSTA
(5) AsRock 4CoreDual-SATA2
(5) AsRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 R2.0
(5) AsRock 4CoreDual-VSTA
(4) Gigabyte GA-8VT880P Combo (only ver 2.0 or newer supports 65 nm CPUs)
(4) ASUS P5VDC-X
(4) ASUS P5VD1-X
(4) Biostar PT880 Pro-A7 Combo
(4) PT880 Pro-A7
(4) Biostar PT880 Pro-A7 DDR2
(4) ECS PT880PRO-A
(1) Epox 5VEAI

VIA PT880:
(1) AsRock 775V88
(1) AsRock 775V88+
(1) Jetway PT88BS

VIA P4M800/Pro/CE:
(4) AsRock 775VM800Pro-DDR2
(4)ASRock 775VM800
(4) Gigabyte GA-8VM800PMD-775
(4) Gigabyte GA-8VM800PMD-775-RH
(5) Gigabyte GA-VM800PMC
(4) Gigabyte GA-8VM800M-775
(4) ASUS P5V800-MX
(4) ASUS P5VDC-MX
(5) ASUS P5VDC-MX V2.0
(1) ASUS P5VDC-TVM
(4) ASUS P5VDC-TVM SE
(?) ASUS P5VDC-TVM/1394
(?)ASUS P5VD2-NVM/S
(4) Biostar P4M800PRO-M7
(4) Biostar P4M800-M7A
(1) Biostar P4M80-M7
(5) MSI PM8PM-V (MS-7222)
(4) MSI PM8M3-V (MS-7211)
(4) Foxconn P4M800P7MB-RS2H
(?) Foxconn P4M800P7MA-RS2
(5) ECS P4M800PRO-M
(2) ECS P4M800-M7
(1) Jetway P4MBMS
(1) Jetway P4M2PRO-P
(1) EPoX EP-5VKM3I
(4) PCChips P21G (ver 3.1 supports Pentium D, older versions only support 65 nm Pentium 4)
(5) PCChips P23G (ver 3.0 supports Core 2, older versions only supports up to 65 nm Pentium 4/D)
(5) PCChips P27G (ver 3.0B supports Core 2, older versions only supports up to 65 nm Pentium 4/D)
(5) Biostar P4M800Pro-D1
(4) Biostar P4M800 Pro-M7 Combo
(4) ITZR P4M800 PRO-775

VIA PM800:
(1) AsRock 775VM8
(1) MSI PM8M2-V (MS-7071)
(1) PCChips M957G

WARNING - NON AGP chipsets:
These are boards which seems to have AGP, but is not actually AGP, but rather an implementation of it using PCI bus or PCI-e bus, they are not real AGP slots, these slots don't run as well as real AGP slots and they have also compatibility issues, they generally use non AGP chipsets. I would recomend avoiding them if you want to build an AGP rig.

AsRock AGI:
(5) AsRock ConRoe865GV (i865GV)
(4) AsRock 775i65GV (i865GV)
(2) ASRock 775Dual-915GV (i915GV)
(1) ASRock 775Dual-915GL (i915GL)
(1) ASRock 775i45GV (i845GV)

Biostar XGP:
(4) Biostar 865GV Micro 775 (i865GV)
(2) Biostar 915GV-M7 DDR2 (i915GV)
(1) Biostar I915P-A7 Ultra (i915P)

ECS AGP Express:
(4) ECS 865-M7 (i865GV)
(1) ECS 915-A (i915P)
(1) ECS RS400-A (ATI Radeon Xpress 200/RS400)

EPoX AGX:
(1) EPoX EP-5ELA3I (i915PL)

MSI AGR:
(1) MSI 915GLM-V (MS-7131) (i91GL)
(4) MSI 865GVM3-V (MS-7101) (i865GV)
(1) MSI 649 Neo-V (MS-7113)I (SiS 649)
(1) MSI 915PL Neo-V (MS-7143) (i915PL)

Foxconn FGE:
(1) Foxconn 915PL7AE-8S (i915PL)
(1) Foxconn 865G7MF-SH (i865GV)
(1) Foxconn 915P7AD-8EKRS (i915P)
(1) Foxconn 915PL7AE-S

Albatron AGPe:
(1) Albatron Mars PX915P-AGPe (i915P)
(1) PX915G-AGPe (i915G)

PC Partner AGI:
PC Partner 865GVMS7-AA0GV

Last edited by Carlos S. M. on 2020-10-08, 07:56. Edited 20 times in total.

What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?
Socket 423/478 Motherboards with Universal AGP Slot
Socket 478 Motherboards with PCI-E Slots
LGA 775 Motherboards with AGP Slots
Experiences and thoughts with Socket 423 systems

Reply 1 of 51, by Tetrium

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To me personally, the interesting ones of these are actually the s775 boards that have AGP and will work with Core. This would make the list almost completely vaporise though 🤣.

Whats missing in your collections?
My retro rigs (old topic)
Interesting Vogons threads (links to Vogonswiki)
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Reply 2 of 51, by clueless1

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Tetrium wrote:

To me personally, the interesting ones of these are actually the s775 boards that have AGP and will work with Core. This would make the list almost completely vaporise though 🤣.

I'm pretty sure these fit that bill:
AsRock 4CoreDual-SATA2
AsRock 4CoreDual-SATA2 R2.0
AsRock 4CoreDual-VSTA

For sure the 4CoreDual-VSTA (I have it). It will take up C2Q6600 that I know of.

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Reply 3 of 51, by Carlos S. M.

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Tetrium wrote:

To me personally, the interesting ones of these are actually the s775 boards that have AGP and will work with Core. This would make the list almost completely vaporise though 🤣.

I updated the list and colored each mobo model acording to max CPU support, look at the main post

What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?
Socket 423/478 Motherboards with Universal AGP Slot
Socket 478 Motherboards with PCI-E Slots
LGA 775 Motherboards with AGP Slots
Experiences and thoughts with Socket 423 systems

Reply 4 of 51, by kanecvr

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Abit AS8
Abit AS8-V
Abit AS8-3RD EYE

^ These support 65nm Pentium D CPU's as well. I'm running a Pentium D 945 (65nm) in it right now.

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Reply 5 of 51, by Carlos S. M.

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kanecvr wrote:
Abit AS8 Abit AS8-V Abit AS8-3RD EYE […]
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Abit AS8
Abit AS8-V
Abit AS8-3RD EYE

^ These support 65nm Pentium D CPU's as well. I'm running a Pentium D 945 (65nm) in it right now.

Ozco6H8m.jpg

Well, seems like these mobos can run it despite not begin officially unsupported

Does the BIOS recorgnize the CPU properly? and are you using an stock or modded BIOS?

What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?
Socket 423/478 Motherboards with Universal AGP Slot
Socket 478 Motherboards with PCI-E Slots
LGA 775 Motherboards with AGP Slots
Experiences and thoughts with Socket 423 systems

Reply 6 of 51, by kanecvr

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Carlos S. M. wrote:
kanecvr wrote:
Abit AS8 Abit AS8-V Abit AS8-3RD EYE […]
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Abit AS8
Abit AS8-V
Abit AS8-3RD EYE

^ These support 65nm Pentium D CPU's as well. I'm running a Pentium D 945 (65nm) in it right now.

Ozco6H8m.jpg

Well, seems like these mobos can run it despite not begin officially unsupported

Does the BIOS recorgnize the CPU properly? and are you using an stock or modded BIOS?

Stock bios - haven't updated or checked version. It shows "Pentium D 945 @ 3.40GHz"

Reply 7 of 51, by mv_cz

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Carlos S. M. wrote:

Intel 865PE:
ECS 865PE-A7 (Only ver 5.0 support Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs)

Hi I've got rev 1.0 of ECS 865PE-A7 board that officially supports only 90 nm P4/Celerons and must note that without modified bios I'm now running 65nm Pentium 4 651 3.4/800 in it. EIST and hyperthreading works OK. Maybe it could handle some Pentium D, but I wouldn't risk anything higher than 9xx with 95W TDP.

Reply 8 of 51, by Tetrium

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Carlos S. M. wrote:

Yesterday i made a thread about Socket 478 motherboards with PCI-E slots

Looks really good now!
Do you happen to have the url to your 478 PCI-E thread? 😀

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Reply 10 of 51, by bristlehog

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Anovo AIMB-865 has Core 2 support, AGP slot and 2 ISA slots: http://www.anovotech.com/english/xx-muban-aimb865.php

Hardware comparisons and game system requirements: https://technical.city

Reply 11 of 51, by Tetrium

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Cheers, mister Quadnium 😁

edit: Ah ffs, it was already on Vogonswiki 😵

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Reply 12 of 51, by fitzpatr

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One missing seems to be the AsRock ConRoe865GV. Limited to Conroe E4000 series optimal because of the 800MHz FSB.

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Reply 13 of 51, by Carlos S. M.

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fitzpatr wrote:

One missing seems to be the AsRock ConRoe865GV. Limited to Conroe E4000 series optimal because of the 800MHz FSB.

Except this one uses a Asrock's AGI slot which is not an AGP slot, it runs on PCI bus and it was made for boards using Chipsets without AGP support. Intel 865GV lacks AGP support

What is your biggest Pentium 4 Collection?
Socket 423/478 Motherboards with Universal AGP Slot
Socket 478 Motherboards with PCI-E Slots
LGA 775 Motherboards with AGP Slots
Experiences and thoughts with Socket 423 systems

Reply 14 of 51, by fitzpatr

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Carlos S. M. wrote:
fitzpatr wrote:

One missing seems to be the AsRock ConRoe865GV. Limited to Conroe E4000 series optimal because of the 800MHz FSB.

Except this one uses a Asrock's AGI slot which is not an AGP slot, it runs on PCI bus and it was made for boards using Chipsets without AGP support. Intel 865GV lacks AGP support

Wow. I've never encountered one of those before. Thank you for pointing that out.

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Reply 15 of 51, by Atom Ant

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Thanks guys for this topic, I found it via google. It is really great and has lots of useful info. I collecting rare hardware and it just gave me an idea, that I also need the latest and fastest AGP motherboard. I just ordered an ASRock 775i65G R3.0 motherboard, since it is cheap and still available as new! Maybe I will just keep now in box unopened or later I will setup with a Voodoo 4.

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Reply 16 of 51, by emosun

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It's nice to see a few boards support core2 instead of the terrible asrock boards.

May be tough to find a lot of them these days. That being said you can pretty much find any 775 pci-e board and a pci-e version of the same gpu as well if you really wanted.

Reply 17 of 51, by Auzner

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AsRock 775i65G R3.0 worked alright for me and can still be purchased new, mainly from newegg. I've benchmarked it with a bunch of 775s: X6800, E6300, E4600, PD 945, P4 650, P4 651, P4 551, Celeron 450 using DDR400. Intel 865G + ICH9. Power design and bios options are minimal--so no overclocking or tweaking. No half multipliers, even moving the X6800 up 1x was not stable. It is not a performance board but it supports much newer cpu archs to make up for it. It was fun seeing a $53 2008 celeron (supposedly 35W) (now $2) beats a $400 2005 P4 (now $5) 😀 The Northwood/CedarMill/Conroe stuff now is how I remember Slot 1 stuff being about 10 years ago--you can barely give it away. Also indicated by the X6800 being only $22. I never thought I'd get own an Intel EE CPU of any generation for under $200.

Reply 19 of 51, by chrisNova777

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i just setup osx Leopard on my Asus P5PE-VM
ive got it configured with an X6800 Core 2 Extreme Processor (65nm)
its strange to see intel core 2 duo paired with AGP
but that is exactly what this board is..
1066 FSB as long as u use an AGP 8x graphics card, w/ a pair of DDR400 RAM (2GB max)
i just wish this board supported more ram (4gb or 8gb)

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