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    Need advice on new system based on PIII 650e Cumine

    Brother picked up a PIII .18 micron Cumine, socket 370 flip chip FC-PGA
    Philippines
    RB80526PY650256
    7010A369-0816 SL3NM
    100 mhz
    He also has a stick of PC100 SDRAM(generic) and a Viper TNT2. Looking for a mobo with on-board sound and good O/C potential. Would like to try and avoid using a board that would require a Slot-1 adapter.What are you guys with this chip using and how do you like it? Would like to hear opinions on what would be a good mobo for this set-up. Thanks Crate

    [This message has been edited by cratermaker (edited 07-13-2000).]
    2600Bartty@2284(208*11,1.75V)
    Abit NF7-S 2.0 (BIOS 1.4)
    Radeon 8500 128mb @199mhz
    256MB Corsair XMS 3200*2
    SK-7/Panaflo 32cfm
    WD 80G-8mb cache
    Toshiba 16x DVD
    lite-on 52* Burner
    Viewsonic G90f
    Antec TP 430W PSU

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    Here's a couple that should fill the bill.




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    [This message has been edited by Maxout (edited 07-13-2000).]
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    Thanks Maxout
    2600Bartty@2284(208*11,1.75V)
    Abit NF7-S 2.0 (BIOS 1.4)
    Radeon 8500 128mb @199mhz
    256MB Corsair XMS 3200*2
    SK-7/Panaflo 32cfm
    WD 80G-8mb cache
    Toshiba 16x DVD
    lite-on 52* Burner
    Viewsonic G90f
    Antec TP 430W PSU

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    try the new abit i815 mobos. they are decent overclockers and are at a decent price, but higher than the soyo. built in sound and video, but with 4x agp slot.

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