On Sep 13, 2022, at 12:09 AM, Richard Swingwood via
cctalk <cctalk(a)classiccmp.org> wrote:
Looks like a PCChips board.
On Tue, 13 Sep 2022, 07:31 D. Resor via cctalk,
I emailed the seller on Sep 10.
I asked the seller if he/she would send me an image showing the model
number on the MB. Curious the anti-static bag seems to be missing.
I suppose it's possible Gigabyte did not keep record of every MB
revision. Too bad the archived images on Gigabyte's website are so blurry
From: Sellam Abraham via cctalk <cctalk(a)classiccmp.org>
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2022 11:17 PM
To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts <
Cc: Sellam Abraham <sellam.ismail(a)gmail.com>
Subject: [cctalk] Re: Identity of this PII PC Main board?
Looks to me like it has two CPU slots. Just can't see any manufacturer
markings on the motherboard.
It also has a different number of PCI slots and I/O ports than the
Gigabyte board on their website. Maybe it's made by a different
manufacturer that ended up in the wrong box?
Seller has 100% positive feedback and offers free returns, both as a
policy and in the description.
Maybe give the seller more time to respond?
On Mon, Sep 12, 2022 at 11:06 PM D. Resor via cctalk <
The seller has this listed as a Gigabyte GA-6BXU Rev 1.5 mainboard.
According to Gigabyte's website the GA-6BXU has only one CPU slot.
This one as you can see has two.
The only dual Pentium II slot main board I could find manufactured by
Gigabyte is the GA-6BXDS shown here:
Notice the number of electrolytic capacitors beside one of the CPU
slots is different from that shown in the main board for sale.
The seller has not responded to my inquiries which may be a tip off in