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AOpen AX59 Pro (rev 2.20)

AOpen AX59 Pro (rev 2.20) Revision 2.20


CPU support

Supported sockets:
  • Super Socket 7
Front Side Bus speed: 66/68*/75*/83*/100/112*/124* MHz
Supported architectures:
    Note! Some steppings might require updated BIOS/microcode to work properly.
    Supports external cache up to 1024 kB

    System memory

    • Type: SDRAM 66/83*/100 MHz
      3x DIMM
      ECC memory is optional
    • Type: EDO 60/70ns
      ECC memory is optional
    Max supported: 768.00 MB


    Northbridge/MCH: VIA Apollo MVP3
    Southbridge/ICH/PCH/MCP: VIA VT82C586B
    SuperIO: Winbond W83877TF
    2 Mbit Parallel BIOS ROM

    Power supply

    Main board power: 20-pin ATX
    2 3-pin DC fan headers

    Expansion slots

    AGP 1.0 2x slot with 3.3 V keying
    4 PCI slots

    Rear I/O ports

    PS/2 keyboard
    PS/2 mouse
    2x USB 1.0 (1.1 Mb/s)
    2x DE-9 serial
    1x DB-25 parallel

    Internal I/O headers

    IrDA header


    2 IDE channels, up to 33 MB/s
    Floppy connector, up to 2 drives

    Circuit board

    ATX form factor
    PCB manufactured in the year 1999



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