nice mobo 😀
the eisa cards are setup thru the eisa config util made for this mobo together with the correct .cfg files for the mobo and particular eisa cards you plan to use and set the correct resources for the mobo
The util is missing from the AMI website, but it seems I found the AMI EISA Configuration Utility with some 3rd party guide.
since this mobo has vlb slots you don't have to hunt down an obscure eisa gfx card
I probably use my SPEA Mercury with S3 928. Also have a Diamond Viper (Weitek P9000), but it's in 'unknown' condition.
you're lucky the dallas chip still holds it's charge....is ut socketed?
Unfortunately it's not, so I will probably have to hack it in the future.
I can help you out with different eisa config stuff for this board that might work
First I have to get some EISA cards, especially a SCSI controller.
Ah, that's a good one. But it looks like somebody robbed you of all your tag RAMs, so you won't have any L2 cache until they're installed.
I can't find any information, what memory should I use in this sockets neither in the manual nor on the web 🙁
Looks like it needs some extra power input too? (white pwr socket left of the AT pwr sockets)
AFAIK it's optional, probably useful if I run a lot of EISA cards. I still don't have any AT PSU with this P10 connector. (But except for the AMI board, I have at least 2 other mobos with the header for it).