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Soltek SL-75KAV/KAV-X

VIA KT133A + VT82C686B chipset
FSB 266/200 MHz
Supports Ultra ATA 100/66/33
Multiplier Setting
BIOS FSB Setting
RedStorm Overclocking
SmartDoc. Anti-Burning Shield
Processor AMD Athlon (266/200MHz FSB) & Duron
Chipset VIA APOLLO KT133A + VT82C686B KT133A (VT8368A): Memory 3 x 168-pin 3.3v DIMM Sockets
Supports 8MB to 1.5GB (maximum) memory space
PC 133 compliant
Cache Memory Built-in to AMD Athlon™ Processor Module
On-Board EIDE 2 x PCI Bus Master UATA 100/66/33 IDE ports (up to 4 ATAPI Devices)
Supports for PIO Mode 3, 4, UATA 100/66/33 IDE & ATAPI CD-ROM
Integrated Super I/O 1 x Floppy Port (supports 360K, 720K, 1.2M, 1.44M and 2.88Mbytes)
2 x serial ports (high-speed 16550A FIFO UART Ports)
1 x Parallel Port with EEP/ECP/SPP Capabilities
1 x PS/2 Mouse, 1 x PS/2 Keyboard connectors
4 x USB Ports (two via optional cable)
1 x Audio/Game Port
1 x AGP Pro/4X Slot
5 x 32-bit PCI Bus Master Slots
1 x 16-bit ISA Slots
Form Factor ATX Form Factor (220mm x 305mm)
Supports Advanced Power Management Function
Flash Memory for easy upgrade
Multiplier Setting
RedStorm Overclocking
BIOS FSB Setting
Ultra ATA 66/100
BIOS Vcore setting
AC'97 Audio Function
DIMM Voltage Setting
H/W Monitor
SmartDoc. Anti-burning Shield
PC 133 compliant


AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1.333Ghz CPU

Mhz 1333
Bus Speed 266 (133*2)
L1 Cache 128KB [64K I] [64K D]
L2 Cache 256K on chip
Mics .18
Die Size 117
Trans 37 mil (15 mil is L2 cache)
Form Factor Socket A
Volts 1.75
Watts 73


3 * 128Mb RAM = 384Mb RAM

RAM / Bus Clock Rate: 133 MHz
RAM / Form Factor: DIMM 168-PIN
RAM / Modules Qty: 3
RAM / Storage Capacity: 128 MB
RAM / Technology: SDRAM
RAM / Type: DRAM
RAM / Upgrade Type: Industry standard


Creative Labs Soundblaster AWE64 ISA Sound Card Model CT4520

16-bit ISA Bus
E-mu Systems EMU8000 wave-table synthesizer
Digital Effects engine for reverb, chorus, flange, and delay
32-voice polyphony and multi-timbral capability
128 GM & Gs compatible instruments and 10 drum kits
16 MIDI channels
1MB ROM of built-in sound samples

Sound output is wired to an AIWA sub woofer system, the 2 satellite speakers are mounted in the top of the cabinet, replacing the old cabinets speakers. The Sub sits neatly in the base of the cab

graphics card

Matrox G400


network card

Compaq NC3121 Fast Ethernet Card


High-Performance Full-duplex
Ssupport up to 20 Mbps for Ethernet and 200 Mbps for Fast Ethernet
6 KB of buffer memory
Adaptive Load Balancing (ALB) and Cisco's Fast EtherChannel
Network Fault Tolerance (NFT) - NFT support
PCI Hot Plug
Diagnostic LEDs

arcade cabinet

BAS 19" JAMMA Cabinet

arcade control panel

All control functions are supplied from the cabinet's control panel via a J-PAC interface

arcade monitor

Wells Gardner K7000 Standard Resoloution arcade monitor

1v to 5v adjustable peek to peek
Negative Video
RGB analogue 0-0.75v, 75 ohm impedance
Composite video NTSC
TTL positive or negative going sync

Horizontal scan
Adjustable 40usec to 50 usec
15.1Khz to 16.8Khz +/- 5%

Vertical scan
Frequency 47Hz to 63 Hz +/-5%

400 pixels x 240 lines

Last updated on 11/01/2010, 14:12:22.


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