First post, by PC Hoarder Patrol
Was speaking to a friend at the weekend and he's offered me the chance to take a project off his hands that he's had for years but never started - the bones of a Socket 604 system based on an old Asus NCCH-DL motherboard and a (black I think) Alu Lian Li case. He also has a couple of tower heatsinks, but I'd have to supply the rest (procs, mem,video, psu & drives etc).
Although I have a couple of S603/604 boards in my collection (an old Iwill DP533-S and a NIB Supermicro X6DH8-XG2) I've not really bothered much about the platform other than that, for actual system builds (they work and seem decent quality, but are maybe still on the edge of being considered retro).
As it's not going to cost me if I take his parts anyway (I'll be doing some other work for him) and as it seems to have been a popular board choice back in 2004, would this be good one to start on?