Chris Arguin wrote:
We should probably start paying attention to what chipsets we have, so
that we don't have two people going off and implementing the same one
twice. If you want, I can keep track of that list. With any luck, we will
have a fair amount of variety of platforms to develop and test on.
I've got a ASUS P55TP4N motherboard, which is a single Pentium MB with
the Intel 430fx chipset. Currently it has an Award BIOS and a Symlogic
The Intel 430fx chipset is a 82437 System Controller, 82438 Data Paths,
and a PIIX IDE+ISA interface.
I am using a Tyan Titan Pro 1668D with dual PPro's and Award BIOS.
It uses a 440FX (which does PPRO and PII) PIIX3, and I/O APIC (SMP chip)
82441FX PCI and Memory
82442FX Data Bus Accelerator
82371SB PCI ISA IDE Accelerator
82093AA Standalone I/O APIC
SMC FDC37C665IR I/O chip
AMIKEY 9646 (I'm really sure what this is??? 8256 replacement??)
Everything else is basically glue.
FYI I have already flashed in some Tyan PII (AMI) BIOS's on this board and for
the most part they worked.
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