ECS K7SOM+ DURON PRO 1800cpu USB2 snd grphics lan?

Discussion in 'ECS' started by fama, Jul 4, 2003.

  1. fama

    fama Guest

    is this a good budget buy
    ive never heard of a duron 1800
    price around £60
    i believe it includse heatsink /fan
    fama, Jul 4, 2003
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  2. fama

    MJH Guest
    no processor onboard
    CPU On Board
    Hardware Monitoring
    USB 2.0
    SiS740/962L chipset with integrated advanced 128-bit 2D/3D graphic engine
    LPC I/O ?V ITE IT8705F
    System Hardware Monitor: Integrated in ITE IT8705F
    LAN ?V 10/100Mbps Faster Ethernet (optional)
    Audio ?V AC'97 Codec CMI9738A
    Two 184-pin 2.5V DDR SDRAM (DDR200/266)
    Max. 1GB
    AMI 2Mb Flash EEPROM
    Supports Plug and Play 1.0A, APM 1.2, Multi Boot, DMI
    Support ACPI revision 1.0 specification
    2 PCI slots
    1 CNR slot
    PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse connectors
    Four USB Ports and an optional LAN Connector
    One EPP/ECP mode parallel port
    One 16550 high-speed serial I/O port
    One VGA connector
    Audio ports (Mic, Audio-in, Audio-out port)
    Dual PCI IDE interfaces - support four IDE devices (PIO mode 4, DMA Mode 2,
    Ultra DMA 66/100/133)
    Supports 360K~2.88M Byte, 3 Mode FDDs or LS120
    ATX Power Supply Connector
    IrDA header
    Internal PC speaker header
    Extra Mic./ Speaker header
    CD ROM/DVD Audio Input header
    2 Extra USB Ports
    HDD LED, Reset Switch, Suspend LED, Power Switch headers
    CPU and chasis Fan headers
    Integrate CMOS SRAM in SiS962L
    With CMOS hardware clear jumper
    MJH, Jul 5, 2003
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  3. fama

    Mike G Guest

    One drawback is that the CPU is soldered onto the motherboard, so
    there's no possibility of upgrading it at a later date. If that's a
    problem, a standard (CPU-less) K7SOM+ and separate Duron 1.3GHz would
    only be a few quid more.

    There's no such thing as a 'Duron 1800' by the way - it's probably a
    standard Morgan Duron (1GHz - 1.3GHz) with a bogus PR rating.
    Mike G, Jul 5, 2003
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