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For Sale: PC Chips M599LMR Super Socket 7 Motherboard with Manual £2.00

FearTheBassPlayer Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:302 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
A great condition Motherboard for anyone wanting re rescue an old socket 7 system, or just practise building with old parts.

Am looking for £2 PLUS your choice of postage
Shipping/Payment:
1st Class - £3.25
2nd Class - £2.70

add 75p to those postage prices if you want recorded, but I do get receipts for all my items, so would be covered that way anyway :)
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months agoFeedback:302 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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reserved for pics
#2
Processors that used Socket 7 are the AMD K5 and K6, the Cyrix 6x86 and 6x86MX, the IDT WinChip, the Intel Pentium (2.5 V to 3.5 V, 75 to 200 MHz), the Pentium MMX (166 to 233 MHz), and the Rise Technology mP6.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_7

The Super Socket 7, also referred to as Super 7, is an extension of the Socket 7 ZIF socket specification. It features a 100 MHz front-side bus, support for AGP, and a SPGA package. Super Socket was used by AMD K6-2 and K6-III processors, and some of the final Cyrix M-II processors. It is backward compatible with Socket 7


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Socket_7
#3


Says Super Socket 7 on the manual, and support is as follows:

Supports all recent socket-y processors including Intel P55C (Pentium MMX), Cyrix/IBM 6X86L/6x86MX/MII, AMD K6/K6-2 and IDT C6 CPUS

Supports socket-7 processors with system bus frequencies of 60/66/75/83/95/100 MHz

Also supports 66MHz and 100MHz memory

3xV SDRAM 168-pin memory

hope that sheds more light on things
#4
bassman_uk
hope that sheds more light on things


Yup, that's what I what finding out, i'm not interested myself, but having never heard of Socket 7, i had to look it up, and posted it in to help the sale. :)
#5
Bump 1
#6
is this the one with 1mb cache on the board if so was fast as feck for its day, especially combined with cyrix processors, nice overclocking ability lol
#7
maddogb
is this the one with 1mb cache on the board if so was fast as feck for its day, especially combined with cyrix processors, nice overclocking ability lol


in the manual it says 512/1mb level 2 cache - make of that what you will! lol :)
#8
Bump 2
#9
final bump - goes in the bin if not sold tonight
#10
please close - off to the skip with it
banned#11
Thread closed, thanks for letting us know.

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