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.
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
Model CT2504 (Vibra 16S)
Full duplex Yes
Max sample rate Unknown
Channels 2
FM synth CQM
CD Audio in:None
PC Speaker in:None
Aux in:None
Phone (TAD) in/out:None
Line out:None
SPDIF out:None
SB Link:No
Factory memory Unknown
CD interface None
IO Controller
Serial ports 2
COM1/2/3/4? Yes / Yes / Yes / Yes
Parallel ports 1
LPT1/2/3/4? Yes / ?
"?" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
/ No / No
Game ports 0
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) and optional onboard video (S3 Trio64V+).

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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.