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I believe it's a Digimate DM-11190, brand I have never heard of btw, but I struggle to find any info regarding this board.
The only thing I was able to find so far is on yjfy.com, but they list it as DM-11190-1 not DM-11190.

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DOS build: Gigabyte GA-586T2, P200 MMX, 64MB RAM, Tseng ET6000 4MB, Sound Blaster AWE64 Gold, Roland SC-55mkII, Yamaha MU-80
98SE build: MSI MS-6163 Pro, PIII 650MHz, 256MB RAM, Voodoo3 3000, Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 Platinum, Yamaha SW1000XG

Reply 1 of 2, by fitzpatr

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My searching indicates that it is a PCPartner VIB876S.

This is a Baby-AT MVP4 based board. Value oriented and highly integrated.

A manual can be found at the link.
http://support.pcpartner.com/support/bios/VIA694.HTM

MT-32 Old, CM-32L, CM-500, SC-55mkII, SC-88Pro, SC-D70, FB-01, MU2000EX
K6-III+/450/GA-5AX/G400 Max/Voodoo2 SLI/CT1750/MPU-401AT/Audigy 2ZS
486 Build

Reply 2 of 2, by blackmasked

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Excellent detective work, Sir.
It's a nimble little board isn't it?
Two COM ports, two USB ports, PS/2 mouse connector, integrated sound and graphics processor.
Not expecting much in terms of intergrated sound chip, as it is seems to be an early AC97 Audio Controller, but the IGP is a Trident Blade3D, so at least for DOS it should be fairly decent.
Hopefully after all the caps are replaced it will come back to life.

Thanks again fellow.

DOS build: Gigabyte GA-586T2, P200 MMX, 64MB RAM, Tseng ET6000 4MB, Sound Blaster AWE64 Gold, Roland SC-55mkII, Yamaha MU-80
98SE build: MSI MS-6163 Pro, PIII 650MHz, 256MB RAM, Voodoo3 3000, Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 Platinum, Yamaha SW1000XG