Intel Advanced∕EV

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Intel Advanced∕EV
Intel Advanced∕EV.jpg
Bus type PCI
Bus width 32-bit
Bus speed 33 MHz
PCI 5V tolerant? Unknown
"Unknown" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
PCI 3.3V tolerant? Unknown
"Unknown" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
Manufacturer Intel
Chipset Intel 430FX
Compatible with IDE, PC Floppy, RS232, LPT, AT Keyboard
Connectors RS232/DB9, LPT, AT Keyboard
Requires -5VDC? Unknown
"Unknown" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
Requires -12VDC? Unknown
"Unknown" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
Motherboard
Form factor Baby AT
Power connector
CPU socket Socket 5 + COAST
ISA slots 3 @ 16-bit
PCI slots 4 @ 32-bit 33MHz
RAM slots 4 @ 72-pin
Maximum RAM 128MB
134,217,728 B
Boot ROM Soldered, PLCC32, read-write
IDE Controller
IDE buses 2
Primary? Yes
Secondary? Yes
Tertiary? No
Quaternary? No
ROM type None
Floppy Controller
Floppy buses 1
Drives per bus 2
Secondary? No
ROM type None
Audio
Model CT2504 (Vibra 16S)
Full duplex Yes
Max sample rate Unknown
Channels 2
FM synth OPL3
Internal
connectors
CD Audio in:SBCD
PC Speaker in:None
Aux in:None
Phone (TAD) in/out:None
Line out:None
SPDIF out:None
MB_PRO:No
SB Link:No
Factory memory 0 MB
0 B
CD interface None
IO Controller
Serial ports 2
UART
COM1/2/3/4? Yes / Yes / Yes / Yes
Parallel ports 1
Bi-dir?
ECP?
EPP?
LPT1/2/3/4? Yes / ?
"?" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
/ No / No
Game ports 1
Manual http://www.elhvb.com/mobokive/Archive/Intel/Advanced-EV_28183501.pdf
Driver Missing download URL

The Intel Advanced∕EV (codename Endeavour) is a Socket 5 Pentium 1 motherboard capable of up to 133MHz operation. It is also available in Socket 7 variants.

The board has optional onboard audio (Creative Labs Vibra 16S/CT2504) with an YMF289(OPL3) and optional onboard video (S3 Trio64V+). Booting from CD is not possible without a third-party bootloader.

The board can be emulated in PCem.

Additional photos

Audio

The optional onboard audio is provided by a Creative Labs CT2504 Vibra 16S chip. While not plug-and-play, the BIOS allows the I/O resources to be configured as needed.

The rear plugs are provided by a custom riser board that occupies a rear slot. It does not obscure any ISA or PCI slots as none are present at that position. Some versions of the riser card have a connector for front panel audio, although it is unknown whether this matches the later standard pinout for front panel audio. If no speakers are connected, the output of the sound card will automatically switch to the built-in PC speaker. The board provides very basic power management support: Hard drives and the video output can automatically be powered down after a configured time of inactivity.