On December 25th, 2000, I got an FIC AZ11 Motherboard and an AMD Athlon
1.1 Gigahertz CPU. This CPU delivers strong all-around performance, making
it a good bang for the buck. It's a good, inexpensive entry into the gigahertz
Socket462 (Socket A): Works with AMD Duron and Athlon CPUs up to 1.1GHz
Three DIMM slots support up to 512MB SDRAM DIMMs (1.5GB RAM max.)
5 PCI slots and 1 AGP slot (AGP 4x supported)
Memory bus can run 33MHz slower or faster than the system bus
One serial port and one parallel port
Two USB 1.1 ports
Ultra DMA/66 support for IDE drives
Good stability and performance
A maxed-out AZ11 (1.1GHz, 1.5GB RAM) would keep me pleased for a long time.
Hopefully, I'll be able to get the 1.5GB of RAM soon.