It is similar, but the big difference is the integrated Multi-I/O. Going by that board, the (JP12) Turbo, (JP11) NPU clock and (JP4) Mono/VGA jumpers are similar.
However there is a big jumper block (JP5-10) that I think controls the I/O functions, and it's impossible to know which is which for now.
There is also JP2/JP3 in the I/O area that are mysteris (but likely resource allocation jumpers of some kind?).
JP13 is next to the BIOS chips and I guess it's for BIOS type and/or write protection?
Finally there is CN7 which I think is IDE Activity LED.
Maybe I should forward this thread to the people who maintain Ultimate Hardware 19. Seems to be up their alley 😁
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