mothergoose729 wrote on 2021-05-13, 18:59:
You need a slotket with voltage controls. There are a few of them that can do 1.8v which is close enough. You used to be able to find the MSI MS6905 pretty easily but they are very rare now. It would probably be easier and cheaper to just fine a socket 370 board that is compatible instead.
You can try amibay.org. I have had a lot of success getting rare stuff there (make a wanted post) but I can't tell you how much you might have to pay for it.
I will probably end up buying a mobo with Tualatin support, or even a mobo/CPU combo with a P3 1.2-1.4Ghz already installed. The issue is finding one with enough PCI and ISA slots. I don't know if you have read some of my other posts, though I am running a Voodoo5, a Voodoo2 (with a slot open for a 2nd one for SLI,) a Voodoo1, a Sound Blaster Live!, an SCC-1, and an AWE32 (though the SCC-1 will be replaced by a NIC when I replace the AWE32 with an AWE64 Legacy as it has intelligent MPU support and I can use an external SC-55 and MT-32.) I would add a modem if I could, though I will buy an external serial modem. The idea of this build is for it to cover everything from 1980-2000 while being the best possible Pentium III/Win98 set up. Luckily there is the SVGA patch for Windows 3.x, as I am installing DOS 7.1 and WFW 3.11.