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WILMOT

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I HAVE SEVERAL MOTHER BOARDS.NEED INFO ON THE TYPE AND PLUG SETUP SPECS.IN ORDER TO SET THESE UP AND BUILD SOME COMPUTERS.
1--PC CHIPS PRO3400 A+
2---M825 V 7.2
3--- PC CHIPS M863G SIS 741GX/963L
MA LABS 00947(335-321)INTEL D815EEA
MP4M-23AGM REV MP1.1--PCB#BA41-00179A
4---DELL 00013225-12461-7CL-00LG.(E139761) PENTIUM ll MMX.ISAL80203302-AA681533-308.

THESE WERE GIVEN TO ME.AND ARE ALL GOOD,WOULD LIKE TO OBTAIN SETUP MANUELS.AND SPEC SHEET.PLEASE
THANKS WILMOT
KID286@JUNO.COM

Edited by WILMOT, 27 March 2007 - 01:36 PM.

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It's pretty easy to find info on motherboards, usually just go to the maker's website and download the manual. Or just Google

model# filetype:pdf

for whatever board you want to find the manual to.
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Remember for the dell you probably need a dell proprietary power supply to run it... Also on a personal note, the only way I'd use a pcchips board is if I happened to have all the parts and didn't care if the whole thing blew up.... ie don't use it for any thing important...
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