WANTED: Singel CPU based board with 64bit PCI-X slot (NO PCI-e)

Discussion in 'Supermicro' started by MoRpHeUs, Jun 23, 2005.

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    MoRpHeUs Guest

    Dear Sir or Madam,

    I'm looking for a mainboard that meets the below requirements:

    - Singel processor based mainboard (can be INTEL or AMD based board!)
    - 1 AGP 8x Graphic Slot.
    - Minimal 2 PCI slots.
    - Minimal 1 PCI-X 64bit slot
    (please do not confused by PCI-e that sometimes is wrong credited as
    PCI-X!!!)

    If you can help me, please give me: brand & model number of the board.

    Thanks in advance.

    Best regards,
    Dhr. Geert Pirens
     
    MoRpHeUs, Jun 23, 2005
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    Rob Stow Guest

    MoRpHeUs wrote:
    > Dear Sir or Madam,
    >
    > I'm looking for a mainboard that meets the below requirements:
    >
    > - Singel processor based mainboard (can be INTEL or AMD based board!)
    > - 1 AGP 8x Graphic Slot.
    > - Minimal 2 PCI slots.
    > - Minimal 1 PCI-X 64bit slot
    > (please do not confused by PCI-e that sometimes is wrong credited as
    > PCI-X!!!)
    >
    > If you can help me, please give me: brand & model number of the board.
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    > Best regards,
    > Dhr. Geert Pirens
    >
    >


    If you want PCI-X and AGP 8X from Tyan - or just about any other
    motherboard manufacturer - you are going to have to get a dualie
    motherboard. Nothing says you can't leave one of the CPU sockets
    empty. Now that almost everyone wants PCI-E, many bargains can
    be found for new and used dualie motherboards that don't have
    PCI-E. A friend of mine, for example, got a Tyan S2885 last
    month for $200 from someone who upgraded to a S2895.

    SuperMicro, however, does (or at least used to) make a board that
    fits your description. I can't remember the model number so you
    are going to have to look for yourself at www.supermicro.com.
    The hard part will be finding someone to sell you a single board.

    Other than the SuperMicro board, the only single socket
    motherboard with PCI-X that I have heard of was a socket 479 (for
    Pentium-M). Made by A-Open or DFI - can't remember which. It
    only had AGP 4x but I don't think you should let that deter you -
    even 3+ years after the debute of AGP 8x, video cards do very
    little to take advantage of it.
     
    Rob Stow, Jun 23, 2005
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    MoRpHeUs Guest

    Thanks for your GREAT reaction!!!!!




    "Rob Stow" <> schreef in bericht
    news:d8Gue.1782103$Xk.1082306@pd7tw3no...
    > MoRpHeUs wrote:
    >> Dear Sir or Madam,
    >>
    >> I'm looking for a mainboard that meets the below requirements:
    >>
    >> - Singel processor based mainboard (can be INTEL or AMD based board!)
    >> - 1 AGP 8x Graphic Slot.
    >> - Minimal 2 PCI slots.
    >> - Minimal 1 PCI-X 64bit slot
    >> (please do not confused by PCI-e that sometimes is wrong credited as
    >> PCI-X!!!)
    >>
    >> If you can help me, please give me: brand & model number of the board.
    >>
    >> Thanks in advance.
    >>
    >> Best regards,
    >> Dhr. Geert Pirens

    >
    > If you want PCI-X and AGP 8X from Tyan - or just about any other
    > motherboard manufacturer - you are going to have to get a dualie
    > motherboard. Nothing says you can't leave one of the CPU sockets empty.
    > Now that almost everyone wants PCI-E, many bargains can be found for new
    > and used dualie motherboards that don't have PCI-E. A friend of mine, for
    > example, got a Tyan S2885 last month for $200 from someone who upgraded to
    > a S2895.
    >
    > SuperMicro, however, does (or at least used to) make a board that fits
    > your description. I can't remember the model number so you are going to
    > have to look for yourself at www.supermicro.com. The hard part will be
    > finding someone to sell you a single board.
    >
    > Other than the SuperMicro board, the only single socket motherboard with
    > PCI-X that I have heard of was a socket 479 (for Pentium-M). Made by
    > A-Open or DFI - can't remember which. It only had AGP 4x but I don't think
    > you should let that deter you - even 3+ years after the debute of AGP 8x,
    > video cards do very little to take advantage of it.
     
    MoRpHeUs, Jun 24, 2005
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    Henrik Tived Guest

    try Iwill, I haven't checked, but they too make highend boards

    Good luck

    Henrik

    PS: I'll just enjoy my dual - with PCI-x

    "MoRpHeUs" <-NoSpam> wrote in message
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    > Thanks for your GREAT reaction!!!!!
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Rob Stow" <> schreef in bericht
    > news:d8Gue.1782103$Xk.1082306@pd7tw3no...
    >> MoRpHeUs wrote:
    >>> Dear Sir or Madam,
    >>>
    >>> I'm looking for a mainboard that meets the below requirements:
    >>>
    >>> - Singel processor based mainboard (can be INTEL or AMD based board!)
    >>> - 1 AGP 8x Graphic Slot.
    >>> - Minimal 2 PCI slots.
    >>> - Minimal 1 PCI-X 64bit slot
    >>> (please do not confused by PCI-e that sometimes is wrong credited as
    >>> PCI-X!!!)
    >>>
    >>> If you can help me, please give me: brand & model number of the board.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks in advance.
    >>>
    >>> Best regards,
    >>> Dhr. Geert Pirens

    >>
    >> If you want PCI-X and AGP 8X from Tyan - or just about any other
    >> motherboard manufacturer - you are going to have to get a dualie
    >> motherboard. Nothing says you can't leave one of the CPU sockets empty.
    >> Now that almost everyone wants PCI-E, many bargains can be found for new
    >> and used dualie motherboards that don't have PCI-E. A friend of mine,
    >> for example, got a Tyan S2885 last month for $200 from someone who
    >> upgraded to a S2895.
    >>
    >> SuperMicro, however, does (or at least used to) make a board that fits
    >> your description. I can't remember the model number so you are going to
    >> have to look for yourself at www.supermicro.com. The hard part will be
    >> finding someone to sell you a single board.
    >>
    >> Other than the SuperMicro board, the only single socket motherboard with
    >> PCI-X that I have heard of was a socket 479 (for Pentium-M). Made by
    >> A-Open or DFI - can't remember which. It only had AGP 4x but I don't
    >> think you should let that deter you - even 3+ years after the debute of
    >> AGP 8x, video cards do very little to take advantage of it.

    >
    >
     
    Henrik Tived, Jun 26, 2005
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    Rolo Guest

    Supermicro P4SCT for one
    "MoRpHeUs" <-NoSpam> wrote in message
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    >
    > Dear Sir or Madam,
    >
    > I'm looking for a mainboard that meets the below requirements:
    >
    > - Singel processor based mainboard (can be INTEL or AMD based board!)
    > - 1 AGP 8x Graphic Slot.
    > - Minimal 2 PCI slots.
    > - Minimal 1 PCI-X 64bit slot
    > (please do not confused by PCI-e that sometimes is wrong credited as
    > PCI-X!!!)
    >
    > If you can help me, please give me: brand & model number of the board.
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    > Best regards,
    > Dhr. Geert Pirens
    >
     
    Rolo, Jun 30, 2005
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