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I might have a 30GB IDE drive kicking around, dont use many IDE drives these days lol, ill take a look and let you know


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This was probably worth alot of money...
Probably, definitely was!

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It'll run SDRAM, and IDE HDDs. The BIOS will have either the 32GB or 128GB drive size limit. AGP slots are keyed to only accept compatible cards, so any card that will fit will work.
The s370 "slocket" will allow a s370 chip to run in a slot 1 board (which is what this is).
Some will allow dual celerons, depending on mods built into the slocket (slot/socket adapter).
Chip voltage, FSB and multiplier are almost always jumper/dip-switch set on the motherboard, get them right (at least initially).

Chips on slots were Intel's idea of the day to improve cooling, and to add extra cache on the processor module, so it would be at CPU core speed and controlled by the CPU.
Obviously things moved on... a LOT since then.

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Gigabyte GA-68XDS Dual BX was actually the cheaper cause it had sdram. I got the P3CD Asus with rambus. same specs. Also the BX was 100mhz fsb (designed) but could be run at 133.
Abit BH6 was the most famous and coveted BX chipset board allowing the PII300 celery (malasian chip stock 66mhz fsb IIRC) to hit a wopping 150% OC on stock cooling. I had mine to 504MHZ for short periods.

I can dig it out since i'm getting some ppro boards out to send. 2 PIII800e's I had OC'd to 1200 still on it if I recall correctly.

LOL funny all the old stuff gets everyone going. Those were good overclocking days.
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Nooo... the real legend is the Abit BP6 running dual s370 celerons at 450Mhz or higher.
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Nooo... the real legend is the Abit BP6 running dual s370 celerons at 450Mhz or higher.
my bad bh6 was next your memory is a but better than mine.
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Gigabyte GA-68XDS Dual BX was actually the cheaper cause it had sdram. I got the P3CD Asus with rambus. same specs. Also the BX was 100mhz fsb (designed) but could be run at 133.
Abit BH6 was the most famous and coveted BX chipset board allowing the PII300 celery (malasian chip stock 66mhz fsb IIRC) to hit a wopping 150% OC on stock cooling. I had mine to 504MHZ for short periods.

I can dig it out since i'm getting some ppro boards out to send. 2 PIII800e's I had OC'd to 1200 still on it if I recall correctly.

LOL funny all the old stuff gets everyone going. Those were good overclocking days.
FIND THEM! I want to get this monster machine up and running! Doom Queen FTW! I wonder if this motherboard supports RAID... 3DMark06 and HDTune runs anybody?
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It will support software RAID over the onboard IDE and SCSI. Note that Adaptec chip? That's a SCSI controller right there.
It's only a basic one by the look of it, but it adds more connectivity options.

Edit: I want to see MetallicaMaster try and cable tidy those huge 50 way ribbon cables
Edit2: BH6 was one of the first real enthusiast boards, but the BP6 was the legend which could not have been but for the BH6.
Edited by allikat - 9/4/11 at 7:38pm
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My mistake, for which I place the blame entirely on being a BP6 owner, with very fond memories of it. Sadly my 333Mhz celerons were not a matched pair, and one would go to 450MHz, the other only to 433Mhz. This was on tape modded stock cooling BTW.

If you remember, the stock cooling on the s370 was a pin array with a fan on top. The tape mod wrapped the heatsink sides, leaving a decent gap at the base, ducting the air through the whole heatsink, rather than pulling in most of the air near the top.

Here's my BP6, still working.

Edited by allikat - 9/4/11 at 9:21pm
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It will support software RAID over the onboard IDE and SCSI. Note that Adaptec chip? That's a SCSI controller right there.
It's only a basic one by the look of it, but it adds more connectivity options.

Edit: I want to see MetallicaMaster try and cable tidy those huge 50 way ribbon cables
Edit2: BH6 was one of the first real enthusiast boards, but the BP6 was the legend which could not have been but for the BH6.
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My mistake, for which I place the blame entirely on being a BP6 owner, with very fond memories of it. Sadly my 333Mhz celerons were not a matched pair, and one would go to 450MHz, the other only to 433Mhz. This was on tape modded stock cooling BTW.

If you remember, the stock cooling on the s370 was a pin array with a fan on top. The tape mod wrapped the heatsink sides, leaving a decent gap at the base, ducting the air through the whole heatsink, rather than pulling in most of the air near the top.

Here's my BP6, still working.
Why am I suddenly craving messing around with old hardware?
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My mistake, for which I place the blame entirely on being a BP6 owner, with very fond memories of it. Sadly my 333Mhz celerons were not a matched pair, and one would go to 450MHz, the other only to 433Mhz. This was on tape modded stock cooling BTW....
Check the underachiever and I bet you it's a costa rican chip.
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