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Reply 40 of 61, by Carlos S. M.

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Added few more industrial boards

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 42 of 61, by Carlos S. M.

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Xplo wrote on 2019-11-22, 20:05:

The Shuttle XPC SB77G5 (FB77 motherboard utilising 875P chipset with DDR and AGP) should be added to this list 😀

Added along with another shuttle board

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 43 of 61, by cyclone3d

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Here is another that is not on the list:

ASRock 775VM800 (different than the 775VM8)

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Yamaha YMF modified setupds and drivers
Yamaha XG resource repository - updated November 27, 2018
Yamaha YMF7x4 Guide
AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header

Reply 44 of 61, by cyclone3d

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And another one or tweo based on the silkscreen and stickers on this board:
Foxconn 648FX7MF
Foxconn 648CTMF
(648M05-6LS)

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Yamaha YMF7x4 Guide
AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header

Reply 45 of 61, by cyclone3d

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And another - This one looks to have an "AGI" slot instead of AGP according to the box:
PC Partner 865GVMS7-AA0GV (that is a ZERO not an O) STUPID NEW FORUM FONT!!!!!!!! 😒

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AW744L II - YMF744 - AOpen Cobra Sound Card - Install SB-Link Header

Reply 46 of 61, by Carlos S. M.

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cyclone3d wrote on 2020-03-02, 21:34:

Here is another that is not on the list:

Added them to the list

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 47 of 61, by Carlos S. M.

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Updated the list a bit and added few more boards

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 48 of 61, by Bancho

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Here is a board I can't find any information about. Pulled from a Packard Bell machine. Its an Asus P5VD2-NVM. Bios states its an NEC Variant. Has a 3.06 P4 in it I think and the ram is DDR2. Cannot find any updated bioses or anything.

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Reply 49 of 61, by debs3759

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P5VD2-NVM is a PCI-E board. I can't find any download sites for your P5VD2-NVM/S, but with such a similar part number I wonder whether it's similar enough to find some info at https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5VD2VM/

If the chipset is the same, you might be able to at least get some of the drivers from there.

See my graphics card database at www.gpuzoo.com
Constantly being worked on. Feel free to message me with any corrections or details of cards you would like me to research and add.

Reply 50 of 61, by Carlos S. M.

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debs3759 wrote on 2020-10-08, 00:42:

P5VD2-NVM is a PCI-E board. I can't find any download sites for your P5VD2-NVM/S, but with such a similar part number I wonder whether it's similar enough to find some info at https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5VD2VM/

If the chipset is the same, you might be able to at least get some of the drivers from there.

Looks like it may be a VIA P4M800 Pro chipset, definitelly an OEM only board

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 51 of 61, by Bancho

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Carlos S. M. wrote on 2020-10-08, 07:55:
debs3759 wrote on 2020-10-08, 00:42:

P5VD2-NVM is a PCI-E board. I can't find any download sites for your P5VD2-NVM/S, but with such a similar part number I wonder whether it's similar enough to find some info at https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5VD2VM/

If the chipset is the same, you might be able to at least get some of the drivers from there.

Looks like it may be a VIA P4M800 Pro chipset, definitelly an OEM only board

You are correct, I took the heatsink off to check.

Reply 52 of 61, by DeadnightWarrior

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Hi everyone,
I had time to kill today, so I turned the list into a Google spreadsheet that anyone can edit.
It has separate columns and filters for brands, models and chipsets.
You can find it here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17XXI2 … dit?usp=sharing

Let me know if you think it's going to be of any use 😁

Reply 53 of 61, by varrol

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Would be good to add info, which of them are reliable 😀 or would be reliable after recapping.
Like opposed to my recent Asus P4P800 which seems to be moody no matter what 😒

AOpen AX6B+ | P3 1G | 1GB ECC REG | FX5200 | CT4500
AOpen AX59pro | K6-2 450M | 256MB | Rage 128
Asus CUBX-E | P3 1G | 512MB | GF4 TI4200 | YMF719E-S
Asus P3B-F | P3 933M | 384MB | Radeon 9200 | CT4520
Asus P5A | P55C 200M | 256MB | Riva TNT | CT3600

Reply 54 of 61, by WMDK

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kanecvr wrote on 2016-10-31, 16:15:
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.

I would LOVE to know more details about this please. I'm also having an AS8 but neither with a 940 nor a 945 I can get it to work. It starts spinning fans and then shuts down after some seconds with 9.F error code (forced shutdown from µGuru according to manual). So what do I have to do to get this running? Can you provide your CPU stepping please and maybe some additional detail for this topic, like what BIOS version are you using and so on?

That would be awsome! Thanks man!

Reply 55 of 61, by Am386DX-40

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Is there a s775 motherboard that supports _all_ 775 processors (or maybe not counting Xeons)? I don't care about performance or AGP vs PCI-E or DDR2 vs DD3, just cpu support.
It would make a nice test-bed for 775 cpus, which I always find in big quantities and it's a mess to start checking mb documentation to know if you can use it or not. Does such a thing exist? If it doesn't, what are the most versatile (cpu-compatibility-wise) motherboards? Is it chipset dependant?

Reply 56 of 61, by Doornkaat

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Am386DX-40 wrote on 2021-06-03, 15:21:

Is there a s775 motherboard that supports _all_ 775 processors (or maybe not counting Xeons)? I don't care about performance or AGP vs PCI-E or DDR2 vs DD3, just cpu support.
It would make a nice test-bed for 775 cpus, which I always find in big quantities and it's a mess to start checking mb documentation to know if you can use it or not. Does such a thing exist? If it doesn't, what are the most versatile (cpu-compatibility-wise) motherboards? Is it chipset dependant?

I think the Abit IP35 (Pro) does.
http://abit.ws/cpu-support-list/mb/intel_p35_ip35-pro.htm
Edit: Wait, no 533MHz FSB models are listed. Don't know if it can use lower FSB than 800MHz.

Reply 57 of 61, by W.x.

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Carlos S. M. wrote on 2016-10-30, 23:47:

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.

Interesting would be to test, if "AGI/AGR" slot would be faster on 915 chipset motherboards, than on 865gv motherboards. (with same graphic card) As they already can have PCI-express interface. On 865gv, they are connected through PCI, but maybe, on 915gv, they are connected through PCI-e? 915GV doesnt have pcix16 slot, but maybe they still have pci-e interface available?

If someone have motherboard collection, with both 865gv and 915gv chipsets, with these type of "not real AGP slots", could be interesting to compare results, if 915 brings advancement here in terms of maximum performance.

Reply 58 of 61, by W.x.

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Allright, I found probable answer, answer is: No, it will not help
Here's very good review of ECS 915p motherboard with "fake AGP"

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/elitegroup,907.html

It is still connected through PCI interface, even on 915 chipset. Bridge from PCI to PCI-express would make board too expensive, according the information in article.
The power for the AGR slot is made through 2 PCI slot connections. But bandwidth limitation stay the same. Also , there is no direct access to memory. Sometimes, it will cripple performance more, sometime less (according situation).
Would be interesting, if someone would make AGR slot connected through PCI-express interface anyway, on 915 chipset, if it would be about same fast as real AGP connection.

Reply 59 of 61, by 1976ANDREI

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Nemo1985 wrote on 2019-02-25, 18:12:
That would be interesting, I'm trying to update the microcodes but mmtool claims that they are not valid since the file size is […]
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That would be interesting, I'm trying to update the microcodes but mmtool claims that they are not valid since the file size is different... any suggestion?
About the cpu i'm actually undecided between E7600 and E5800, the first supports the sse4.1 but it has a lower speed and according to your suggestion E5800 seems better.

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Every microcode has been updated, there is one microcode fewer because intel merged the platforms for CPUID 10676.
CR865PE172MC.7z

There are no microcodes for 771 but apparently they can be added without issues, the total number of microcodes goes up to 33, if anyone is willing to test it I can upload that file too.

Can you upload the firmware file for 771?