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You probably mean a PCI-500C ?

This is a VERY old motherboard, and has a number of revisions. At that time, the boards were revised quickly as new processors came out, and the manuals were primarily on paper.

http://stason.org/TULARC/pc/motherboards/J/J-BOND-COMPUTER-SYSTEMS-CORPORATION-Pentium-PCI500-276.html

Should be pretty close for that family of board. What exactly are you trying to do? Trying to find exact CPU compatibility?

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