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donny_paycheck said:Get a genuine Intel for cheap! Check out the M440LX for $29. It'll support slot 1 at 100mhz FSB, although for a Pentium III you'd need to go with an OR840 or similar, which would cost quite a bit more.
moonguy said:Supermicro PIIIDRE or PIIIDR3
Intel OR840 (only support FSB133 SECC2)
Should be a good choice, but stay away from intel 820 chipset for dual setup.
i wouldnt say so...ive heard that the ASUS P3C-D is a decent board...
I own that board ... Is stable, but the performance is not there.
SP said:A few good choices for dual slot 1 boards are the Tyan Tiger 100 revision F, Supermicro P6DBE and P6DGE. The tiger 100 and P6DBE are 440BX boards. The P6DGE is a 440GX board. 440GX is essentially the same as 440BX except it supports upto 2GB of ram as opposed to 1GB for the 440BX. If you get a Tiger 100 and you want it to support coppermines someday then you need a revision F. The Tiger 100 revision F, P6DBE, and P6DGE will all support 100Mhz FSB coppermines upto the 100Mhz FSB 1.0Ghz chips. Anyway, these were all good rock solid stable boards.[/url]