|Where did you get that model number from? a software program? or did you actually open the case & get the model number from the board?|
I believe the slash is what's throwing you off. If you look at the QDI site, there is no K7B/C...it's actually K7B-C. When you see K7B/E, it most likely means that it relates to all K7B models thru K7B-E. This would exclude model K7B-T, otherwise it would be listed as K7B/E/T.
The easist way to tell what you have would be to identify the northbridge chipset. The K7B & K7B-C are based on the VIA KT133 chipset which only supports 200MHz FSB. The K7E, K7E-A & K7E-C all use the VIA KT133A which supports 266MHz FSB.
You listed the CPU speed as 1.195GHz. My guess is the board underclocks the CPU frequency slightly & runs at 99.6MHz rather than 100MHz. That would mean you have an early Athlon 1200 (12 x 100MHz). However, if your CPU is supposed to run at 266MHz FSB, you probably have an Athlon XP 1900+ which runs at 1.6GHz (12 x 133MHz). If you're sure you have both a 266MHz FSB CPU & 266MHz FSB board, you have to reconfigure the jumpers on the board because they're currently set for 200MHz.
Try giving CPUZ a try. It *may* help you to identify both the board & the CPU:
QDI is just another PCChips clone so if you need a manual, all you need to do is match your board up to the PCChips or ECS version.