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    Cool perfect project for sale, lcd, mobo...

    i have decided to upgrade to the FV24. I have the following for sale:

    1. 8.5x9.5 mobo (x1 agp slot, 2 pci, and 2 really weird long black ones.), 2 com ports, 2 usb, printer, and built in sound (really good!!).
    Cost me: 70 bucks

    2. Comes with AMD Athlon k6-2 450 Mhz CPU, with heat sink and fan.
    Cost me: 60 bucks

    3. comes with micro ATX psu (this cost a lot). Really small for the custom case
    cost me: 40 bucks

    4. comes with custom plexi glass case with industrial bracket fittings. Very thick plexi (1/4th inch)
    cost me: 40 bucks (sheet of plexi, cutting is worth alot more, and brackets)

    5. Inversed and blacklit **RED** lcd (20x4) brand new, never used, still with plastic over it.
    cost me: 40 bucks

    all of this stuff cost around 250 bucks. I'll sell it all for 190, and ill throw in a stick of 128 pc133 ram.

    email me at [email protected]
    Computer:

    FV24
    custom plexi case
    p3 650

    6.4 lcd

    everything working...except stupid lcd isnt working with shuttle board

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    1. 8.5x9.5 mobo (x1 agp slot, 2 pci, and 2 really weird long black ones.), 2 com ports, 2 usb, printer, and built in sound (really good!!).
    Cost me: 70 bucks
    Those are probably ISA slots in case you wanted to know.
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    Heh. I've had motherboards that were "5 ISA and some other really wierd longer ones"

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    arent the longer ones vesa local bus ?

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    They could be yes, but VLB was just an extension of the ISA bus. It was 32bit (regular ISA = 16bit) and allowed a direct access to the CPU/Memory bus. But it was still ISA really (as an ISA card would fit in it and work just fine).

    I'm going to guess that a super7 board that will take a k6-2 probably wouldn't have VLB. It died after the pentium as PCI was pushed hard by Intel.

    [ 10-29-2001: Message edited by: Callahan ]
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    on shaggamuki's they are ISA (i've seen the board)
    Nothing yet.....

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    Just to clarify, ISA is 8-bit, EISA is 16-bit and VESA or VL-bus is 32-bit. Taken from my A+ certification textbook.

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