First post, by ykot
I have just got a compact AT case powered by this beautiful working board. However, I am quite surprised and unfamiliar with this layout. It seems to be using Cyrix Cx486DLC as CPU and Cyrix FasMath CX-83D87-33 GP as co-processor. In the BIOS it also mentions 128Kb of cache.
Am I correct to think that this is actually a 386 motherboard using 486 processor?
I have immediately unsoldered the barrel battery, which already started to leak acid on one side, and see there is a 4-pin jumper labeled "EXT_BAT", with a jumper in the middle pins of 2-3. What would be the meaning of these pins?
There is also another jumper on right side labeled "JP4" - would be interesting to know what it controls.
By the way, this thing is so small - probably smaller than a Mini-ITX factor. Under one of ISA slots it says "G W386/486 MAIN BOARD".
Edit: updated photo after desoldering barrel battery and cleanup, and attached BIOS dump.