|And you don't need the 487 co-processor, because the DX2 has an x87 FPU built in. |
-Since it's an all-in-one unit, you can't upgrade the graphics card.
-Unless you add an ISA or VLB IDE (or SCSI) controller, the BIOS will only recognize hard drives up to 540MB.
-If the motherboard uses 30-pin SIMMS, then 32MB is the maximum amount of RAM you can use (8x4MB). If it uses 72-pin SIMMs, up to 64-128MB, depending on how many slots it has and if the board has any soldered RAM.
-If it has an empty COAST slot, adding an L2 cache module will really speed things up, especially under Windows 95 or NT.
Super PIII | Unlocked ES Tualatin @ 1.8GHz (150x12, 1.65v, 512K L2)
2GB PC2700 | 500GB | Radeon x1950Pro | Apollo Pro 266T | Win 7 Pro