Soltek SL-61D Specifications

The specs for SL-61D comes in these configurations with a retail price tag. The configuration Soltek provides comes with a Intel Pentium II/III or Celeron Slot 1 Ultra ATA/33 PCI/ISA/AGP n/a,.

This Soltek Motherboard can take up to 768 MB ram, with a fixed amount of 0 MB (removable) installed PC100 SDRAM DIMMs.

This full-featured mainstream Motherboard enhances the previous generation Soltek models with the chipsets and new levels of customization. Get the best experience on your Soltek SL-61D Motherboard with improved performance, make it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite items.

The specs of Motherboard shows full configuration information. The SL-61D is designed for users who require maximum performance in a mainstream Motherboard. Even with its form factor design, the SL-61D doesn’t skimp on performance offering the ideal blend of power and efficiency. The SL-61D is sure to leave a lasting impression with its easy to use and slim design. Located on the side of the unit, the modular bay’s innovative latch is designed for easy insertion and removal of the various module options.

The SL-61D Motherboard only supports Intel Pentium II/III or Celeron. The SL-61D features two on-board data caches for transferring information to and from the processor. These caches are known as the L1 and L2 caches. The SL-61D L1 cache is 64 kilobytes in size, while its L2 cache is rated at either one or two megabytes.

When you have a clear idea of which Motherboard best suits your needs, check for its specifications. As the SL-61D is supported by Soltek, check if the Motherboard has full support and warranties by its manufacturer, like SL-61D specs you will have lots of options from the Motherboard manufacturer to choose from, like the Motherboard processor, Motherboard RAM, its graphics capacity, Motherboard display options and specs, and other features that the Motherboard provides.

IDE controller GoldStar Prime 2

GoldStar PRIME 2 IDE I/O CARD Hard Disk/Floppy Controller.


Data bus:16-bit, ISA
Size:Half-length, full-height card
Hard drive supported:Two IDE(AT) Interface drives
Floppy drives supported:Two 360KB, 720KB, 1.2MB, or 1.44MB drives
Floppy drive enabledJ1pins 1 & 2 closed
Floppy drive disabledJ1pins 2 & 3 closed
Floppy drive port address is 3F0-3F7hJ2pins 1 & 2 closed
Floppy drive port address is 370-377hJ2pins 2 & 3 closed
Hard drive enabledJ3pins 1 & 2 closed
Hard drive disabledJ3pins 2 & 3 closed
AT Hard drive port address is 1F0-1F7 & 3F6-3F7hJ4pins 1 & 2 closed
AT Hard drive port address is 170-177 & 376-377hJ4pins 2 & 3 closed
XT hard drive port address is 320-323hJ5pins 1 & 2 closed
XT Hard drive port address is 324-327hJ5pins 2 & 3 closed
IDE(AT) drives supportedJ6pins 1 & 2 closed
IDE(XT) drives supportedJ6pins 2 & 3 closed
Serial port 1 enabledJ7pins 1 & 2 closed
Serial port 1 disabledJ7pins 2 & 3 closed
Serial port 1 set to COM1 and IRQ4J8pins 1 & 2 closed
Serial port 1 set to COM3 and IRQ4J8pins 2 & 3 closed
Serial port 2 enabledJ9pins 1 & 2 closed
Serial port 2 disabledJ9pins 2 & 3 closed
Serial port 2 set to COM2 and IRQ3J10pins 1 & 2 closed
Serial port 2 set to COM3 and IRQ3J10pins 2 & 3 closed
Parallel port enabledJ11pins 1 & 2 closed
Parallel port disabledJ11pins 2 & 3 closed
Parallel port set to LPT1 and IRQ7J12pins 1 & 2 closed
Parallel port set to LPT2 and IRQ7J12pins 2 & 3 closed

Sound Blaster 16 WavEffects 4170

Sound Blaster 16 (June 1992), the successor to the Sound Blaster Pro, introduced CD-quality digital audio to the Sound Blaster line.

The Sound Blaster 16 WavEffects (CT4170) was released in 1997 as a cheaper and simpler redesign of the Sound Blaster 16. It came with Creative WaveSynth also bundled on Sound Blaster AWE64 Gold, a physical modeling software synthesizer developed by Seer Systems (led by Dave Smith), based on Sondius WaveGuide technology (developed at Stanford’s CCRMA).

The WavEffects line also supports CQM synthesis for Adlib/OPL compatibility.

More you can find in Wikipedia:

Here you can download Sound Blaster 16 manual:

Motherboard SFL 40V0 9247

Motherboard SFL 40V0 9247 designed in 1991.
Installed processor AMD Am386 SX-33

Back side:

On motherboard installed processor AMD Am386 SX-33 and Math co-processor: ULCI Systems 9244PA

The Am386 CPU is a 100%-compatible clone of the Intel 80386 design released by AMD in March 1991. Max. CPU clock rate 20 MHz to 40 MHz

More about this CPU you can find in Wikipedia:

Motherboard Acorp 6VIA/ZX85

The 6BX85/6ZX85/6VIA85/6VIA85P is designed for the PC user’s who want many new key features processed by the fastest CPU in a economic package.

This motherboard:
New general CPU support :

– Intel Celeron (300AMHz500MHz) processor.
– Intel Coppermine (500MHz733MHz) processor.
– Socket: PGA370.
– CPU clock select support for 66/100MHz and up to 133MHz (6VIA 85P) CPU bus speed configuration.

Main features
Manufacturer ACORP
Mat chipset. Intel 440ZX
Socket 370 processor ppga socket
At board format, 22×22 cm

CPU support
Supports Intel Celeron Mendocino series processor types
Compatible processors
Bus frequency 66, 75, 83, 100 MHz
Multiplication is defined by the processor

Memory Support
Number of Simm/DIMM 0/2 slots
Max RAM 512 MB

Disk System
Support UDMA / 33 Yes
Slots for installing expansion cards
ISA / PCI / AGP 2/3/1 slots

Other features