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Intel Legacy motherboards

I need help finding info on three Intel legacy motherboards, Intel #s 4000286, 4000434 and 4000472. All three are slot one MB's. I've been to Intel's website but can't seem to find what I'm looking for, jumper settings, useable processors, maximum memory, etc. Anything will be appreciated.

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I thought the motherboards were named differently.

Such as SE440BX and such.

What you appear to have are OEM models so these are not so much legacy but pulls from who knows what.

That may be why you and I can't find the docs.

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Intel Legacy motherboards

Ok, then how about a different number on the 4000286 board, AA 691172-307, is this a good number to look up ?

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It appears that Mr Proffitt is correct

and that the board you cited is a Gateway. Intel made some high end boards long ago and some mainstream boards later but, AFAIK, they've discontinued manufacture of motherboards for consumer purchase.

Post was last edited on November 9, 2019 3:20 AM PST

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Thanks to Steven and you for that.

So there it is. These are NOT Intel Legacy boards but made by Intel for Gateway and others. These won't have documents at Intel so that's why I couldn't find any.

The research path should be to find the Gateway that these came with and the docs on that model.

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