Please Help Me Identify This Server MOBO?

ccoo84

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I received some computer parts from a friend & I'm trying to find out what they are.

I have tried the numbers on the stickers but no results..

What I do know is that it is older tech because there are some dates ranging from 1994 to 98 or 97.
it has some weird data plug on thats back but thats it for inputs

I uploaded some url links..

https://ibb.co/nsvhG9
https://ibb.co/meX7ip
https://ibb.co/kvrYOp

please help if you can..

Thanks in advance.
 
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That is a Micronics D6-IN PCI/ISA System Board. Based on the Intel 440FX PCIset. Circa 1996, it is for a workstation.

The connector in second picture is a DIN port for an AT keyboard. The AT was the predecessor of the mini-DIN PS/2 port.

Here is a link to the board's manual:
http://www.manualslib.com/manual/164995/Micronics-Pci-Isa-System-Board-D6-In.html

The D6-IN includes the following features:

Single ZIF socket 8
Intel Pentium Pro 150-200MHz
Integrated Voltage Regulator
Auto-detection of CPU voltage

Intel 440FX PCI chipset
Intel PIIX 3
SMC FDC37C93X Ultra I/O chip

Four 32-bit PCI slots
Three 16-bit ISA slots
One is a shared PCI/ISA slot

16K Level 1 Write Back on the CPU chip
256K or 512K Level 2 cache in CPU

Six 32/36-bit 72-pin SIMM sockets
Support for up to 384MB of onboard system memory
Supports FPM and EDO memory
ECC support via chipset (36-bit SIMM)

Primary and Secondary 40-pin IDE connectors

Mode 4 enhanced IDE

Two Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports for desktop peripheral expansion (optional)

Floppy controller for two floppy drives (supports 2.88MB, 1.44MB, 1.2MB, 720K or 360K floppy drives)

Two high speed NS16550 compatible serial ports
AT style keyboard and mouse connectors(PS/2 style optional)

Bi-directional parallel port (ECP and EPP compatible)

One Infrared port (IrDA compatible)

Field upgradeable Flash Phoenix BIOS
 

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Motherboards featuring the Socket 8 CPU socket were available for use with the Pentium Pro and Pentium II OverDrive processors developed and manufactured by Intel. Socket 8 featured a unique design, with a PGA pin grid for a part of the socket and a SPGA pin grid for the other part

Might be Chaintech 6ITM Pentium - Update: Its not that but its very close..... Circa Mid 90's
 
Oct 18, 2018
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That is a Micronics D6-IN PCI/ISA System Board. Based on the Intel 440FX PCIset. Circa 1996, it is for a workstation.

The connector in second picture is a DIN port for an AT keyboard. The AT was the predecessor of the mini-DIN PS/2 port.

Here is a link to the board's manual:
http://www.manualslib.com/manual/164995/Micronics-Pci-Isa-System-Board-D6-In.html

The D6-IN includes the following features:

Single ZIF socket 8
Intel Pentium Pro 150-200MHz
Integrated Voltage Regulator
Auto-detection of CPU voltage

Intel 440FX PCI chipset
Intel PIIX 3
SMC FDC37C93X Ultra I/O chip

Four 32-bit PCI slots
Three 16-bit ISA slots
One is a shared PCI/ISA slot

16K Level 1 Write Back on the CPU chip
256K or 512K Level 2 cache in CPU

Six 32/36-bit 72-pin SIMM sockets
Support for up to 384MB of onboard system memory
Supports FPM and EDO memory
ECC support via chipset (36-bit SIMM)

Primary and Secondary 40-pin IDE connectors

Mode 4 enhanced IDE

Two Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports for desktop peripheral expansion (optional)

Floppy controller for two floppy drives (supports 2.88MB, 1.44MB, 1.2MB, 720K or 360K floppy drives)

Two high speed NS16550 compatible serial ports
AT style keyboard and mouse connectors(PS/2 style optional)

Bi-directional parallel port (ECP and EPP compatible)

One Infrared port (IrDA compatible)

Field upgradeable Flash Phoenix BIOS
 

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