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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Processor Overheat
Biostar M5SIB is Socket7 motherboard and can support maximum upto AMD K6-III 500MHz (83MHz*6) - with patched BIOS. You can download BIOS Patcher at: http://rom.by/articles/BP/index_english.htm or use another already patched bios: http://home.hccnet.nl/j.steunebrink/M5sib_j2.zip Intel Pentium III has Slot1 or Socket370 CPU-connector and you can`t use it at your Socket7 (M5SIB) motherboard.
Posted on May 23, 2007
The manual for that motherboard is located here -
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Posted on Oct 29, 2007
What motherboard would you like to know the layout of? Although, many motherboards are different, most of them have the same basic parts. From back to front, you have the communication ports; (usually from top to bottom, varies by manufacturer)mouse/keyboard, usb 1.0/1.1/2.0(make and model dependant) serial, paralell, vga/monitor, then sound: midi, headphone/speaker out, line out, microphone in.
then on the board, processor, somewhere near it, cache, i/o chip, north bride chip, wich is responsable for memory(ram) access, ide(cd rom/ hard drive access) ports and power connector/s,
then the south bridge chip witch controls isa port(old), pci slot, agp/pci-e slot (video card) along with the cmos battery, bios, and various other slots/connectors (such as fan, power button and so on) and chips, wich vary by manufacturer and model.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
Trial n Error is your best bet on the control pins panel there are two rows, with the power plugged in,with a screwdriver touch adjacent two pins together at a time starting with the top row then the bottom row, when you touch the right two pins your motherboard will power-up, then place the power-switch plug onto those two pins (the writing on the plug facing innwards toward the mainboard) the two pins for the reset switch and 99.9% of the time located directly next to the power switch or directly above the the power pins on the other row. For the LED lights you will have to just try the different pins and the Power LED will remain on as long as your mboard is on, but to find the LED pins for the Harddrive you will have to plug in your HDD and then when it powers up try the pins and the led for the HDD will flicker on-off, that would be the correct one. Dont worry your mboard will not be damaged by this in any way. Goodluck and let me know how you go. Thanks
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
Download the manual from MSI, click on the link below.
MSI K7T Pro MS-6330
You'll need winrar or winzip to uncompress the manual & you'll find there are 5, *.pdf files rather than just one for the hole manual.
File name: 6330-1.PDF will show the MB layout. Page 1-4.
You ca see the 2 USB pins to the left of JMDM1.
JFP1 close up;
Open file 6330-2.pdf, page 2-22 for the pin layout for the MB USB's.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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