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Looking for a Baby AT Mobo

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Akumu X

Dec 24, 2000
Near Pittsburgh
anyone know of any moderately cheap $100 - $120 range Baby AT mobo's that'll support a 600 Duron?
Also where to find it...thanks people.


Senior Member
Dec 27, 2000
far west
you'll prollly have to settle for a PC-Chips or ECS brand, they make a lot of OEM stuff and should have the micro socketA style


Senior Member
Dec 18, 2000
No such thing. Nobody is making or will be making an AT format socket A motherboard. If you want AT, you'll have to go Intel or the older socket 7 platform. There are a few older BX models from Soyo and Tyan that may still be available. And PC Chips has a new all-in-one based on the 630 chipset in AT format. For socket 7 there are several boards you can still pick up from FIC and DFI, with a sprinkling of used Epox and Soyo boards. But as far as socket A goes, forget about it.


Senior Member
Dec 20, 2000
The above post is correct I have never seen a baby AT but PC Chips and I think Asus make a micro ATX socket A. The 2 formats are about the same size the main diff being the power supply. Inwin makes a very nice micro ATX case that would be perfect for your progect.

It kills me to say this but all the micro socket A boards I have seen are based on the ALI chip set at least I think it is ali but anyway they definatly do not use via and are much slower as a result. Intel micro boards using Intels 810 chipset will be better. I have one of these boards, a Biostar in my audio/video system as a game machine/mp3 player/vid capture and it has been working great.


Feb 18, 2001
I've been looking at the msi 6340m ..check it out..let us know what you think..I might buy one..
It has a via chip..anyone had any experience with this board ??