From: Chad Fernandez <fernande_at_internet1.net>
Date: Fri Oct 26 09:08:39 2001


If I recall correctly, waaaayy back in the mid 90s :-), I heard that the
VLB/PCI boards were slower than a board with one or the other combined
with ISA. Have you, or anyone else experienced that? This thread
reminded me of a friend in collage, who at the time was trying to decide
if he wanted to get PCI or VLB. I said, why not get a MB with both, and
he said that they weren't as fast as a motherboard with only one or the

Chad Fernandez
Michigan, USA

Richard Erlacher wrote:
> My Mom still uses one that's hot-rodded up to 160MHz and has 64MB of RAM. It
> behaves pretty well, hence, she's not dumb enough to want a new one.
> I've got a Pentium board with 3 VLB and 3 PCI. That's about right, I think, but
> I'd surely like to get the ~1994 BIOS updated.
> Dick
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