Need New Mobo info

Just ran a problem with an HP 7950 on another post.
Need a mobo to replace this:

I'll use the same AMD K7 if I can get a cheap board.

How about this? Just opinion, please. This is not for me and is used in an Office envirenment. Nothing heavy.

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wlennonConnect With a Mentor VP of Domestic & Int'l OperationsCommented:
Hi Pete, if the HP board is the one from that PC, the one at Tiger Direct will not work with the memory, the HP board calls for a FSB (Front Side Bus) to be 200/266 MHz and uses  PC 133 SDRAM

The Memory for the board at TigerDirect has specs for:
DDR200 (PC1600)
DDR266 (PC2100)
DDR333 (PC2700)



It's going to be a little difficult to find a new ASUS board with PC 133 SD RAM.  There are two on eBay made for the HP Pavillion:
cfourkaysAuthor Commented:
cfourkaysAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Wes
I put a bid right in on one of the boards.
Should get it.
And thanks for pointing out the memory. This one's a freebie on me and I hate shelling out anymore.
Put $50 on the second seller.
(And I'm allowed to say thanks if you remember an old post.)
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wlennonVP of Domestic & Int'l OperationsCommented:
No problem Pete...must have been a older post, I haven't signed my given name in awhile  :)  You mean the "Thanks" thread???

I know what you mean about spending your on money on someone else's computer...I'm guilty as well.  After all the work you've done, sure hope this is the key.

Oh, btw-when you get the board, use the battery from the other motherboard, unless you have a way to test it.  At any rate they are the cheap...wouldn't want to lose your CMOS settings the first time you shut down...LOL.

cfourkaysAuthor Commented:
Yes, I'm the one who started the "Thanks" thread so I make sure I say my "Thank you's" properly.
As in this case.
wlennonVP of Domestic & Int'l OperationsCommented:
"Thanks" go to you, my friend!!!

As always...

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