Need Manual for Slot1 PIII Gateway Jabil Tabor III Motherboard.
Hello I hope you can help.
Gateway part number 400532 with E139761 stamped on top of circuit board. Need to identify case to motherboard connectors on motherboard. This is necessary because old powersuply unit as died, so I am moving all components into a new case that has a new power supply. Failed power supply unit is Newton 200W/1.7A model NPS-200PB-96 D REV:00) -Inrush current limiter has blown.
The Gateway board has three memory slots on it but again I do not know if I can increase memory or the maximum memory it will take.
Hence requirement to obtain motherboard manual/specs.
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Looks like this is an Intel board PD440, (PD440FX manual is here) (SE440BX is here). Check both of these manuals to determine which is your motherboard. This will give you jumper info and anything else you need.
Here are the specs. to this motherboard
Intel 810E Chipset, Socket 370, Compatible Processors: Intel Pentium III
Intel Pentium III
Max supported CPUs qty
Number of Memory Slots
2 x DIMMs
Audio / Video
Video Out Ports
15 Pin D-Sub VGA port x 1
Desktopso to your queston... Yes it supports Intel PIII have fun >.<
I have the same problem! The PW SW, and Reset SW can go either way round. The LED leads do need to be correctly placed. If there has been any doubt in the past I have tried each way until one way works - this has never caused me any problems. One tip is that usually the marking on the connectors all face the same way.
Hi there. You can change the front side bus in the bios if the bios supports it, if it does be very careful not to overclock the processor to much as you can cause damage to the motherboard and blow the processor up, also bear in mind that cooling is very important when it comes to overclocking.
That computer uses a proprietary motherboard. Only that one or one from the same Gateway family will fit, and the power supply from an old PIII will not work with the newer systems. Don't waste your cash.
I have your answer(I hope:). Using j10d10, place wires accordingly;
red goes to 1, black goes to 3(for power led)
green goes to 2, orange goes to 4, black goes to 13(for HDD led)
blue goes to 6, white goes to 5(for power switch).
I guess the colors may differ slightly, but thats how it is on mine and it works properly. I was wondering if you(or anyone out there knows what the other IDE port is for(next to the dimm slot)? I am in the process of putting this old thing back together and was just curious.