*Installation and Configuration Notes (FAQ)
*BIOS Updates
*Driver Updates
*User-Installable Upgrades
*Configuration Jumpers
*Product Documentation

  • Accepts Intel Pentium® microprocessors from 75 MHz through 200 MHz
  • Two PCI/IDE peripheral channels for hard drives, CD-ROM drives, etc.
  • National 87306 super I/O controller (integrates serial ports, parallel port, and floppy drive functions into a single chip)
  • Crystal 4232 audio controller and Yamaha OPL3 FM synthesizer
  • ATI64CT PCI graphics controller with 1 MB graphics DRAM memory (available on selected configurations only)
  • Support for 8 MB to 128 MB of system DRAM installed in single in-line memory modules (SIMMs)
  • Socket for a secondary cache memory (SRAM) module of 256 KB or 512 KB
  • AMIBIOS in a flash memory device; supports system setup, ISA Plug and Play, and PCI auto-configuration
  • Expansion slots for up to six add-in boards
    • Two dedicated ISA-bus slots and three dedicated PCI slots
    • One "combination" slot for either a PCI or an ISA add-in board
  • Two RS-232C-compatible 9-pin serial connectors
  • One 25-pin Centronics-compatible parallel port, capable of compatible, bidirectional, EPP, and ECP operation
  • Connector for an infrared (IrDA) transmitter/receiver, supporting wireless transfers using a serial communications stream
  • AT-style keyboard connector
  • Password protection

For complete information, see the Technical Product Specification and the Motherboard Specification Update.

To get technical assistance for a motherboard manufactured by Intel, first check with your place of purchase or the system manufacturer. They'll know the most about your exact configuration and will have the latest information that is specific to your product.

Intel is able to provide only general technical support information for its standard products. Your motherboard or configuration may be different and, as a result, the information and files included here may not work with your hardware.

This motherboard product may contain design defects or errors known as errata which may cause the product to deviate from published specifications. Such errata are not covered by Intel's warranty. Current characterized errata are available on request.

Updated: Tuesday, November 26, 1996

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