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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
performance realm.

Motherboard features:
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
Onboard sound
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.
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