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- Eric Crabill
July 1, 2003, 6:16 pm
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There are a number of boards available. You should look
for a server class motherboard, one that supports PCI-X
or at least PCI at 66 MHz. A board that supports either
of those will be (by requirement) at 3.3v slot, not a 5.0v
If you are looking for a cheap machine that will do the
job, you may consider the HP Kayak XU800. I see a number
of them available on Ebay from time to time.
Colin Hall wrote:
Re: Suitable motherboard for Spartan-IIE PCI design
Last time I looked, there was one desktop class motherboard that seemed
to fit the bill.
Tyan Trinity GCSL.
I haven't gotten around to trying it however.
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