What about a Malta board, it got a PC like structure with ATX form factor, a
Intel PIIX4E South Bridge (containing interrupt controller, RTC and USB), a
Super IO devices (with support for keyboard, 2 UARTs, floppy disk, parallel
port and mouse), AMD ethernet controller, Audio controller, Primary and
Secondary IDE, 4 PCI slots.
I probably forgot something, but the board is more or less designed to be a
Jun Sun wrote:
> Does anybody know if there is such a "MIPS PC" machine? Essentially
> I am looking for a machine with MIPS CPU and PC peripherals (such as
> SIMM RAM, PCI bus, EIDE HD, VGA graphics, PS/2 mouse/kbd, etc).
> It would be really nice to have such a box. If it is massively produced,
> the price should be cheaper than i386 PCs because MIPS CPU price is
> much cheaper.