This has just been sitting in my closet in a box for a few months now. I wasn't planning on selling it but I've been looking around for a new PC and I must sell off a few things for the cash.
This is a prototype motherboard that has an arcade connector behind the fan as well as an MCP X-MODE 2 southbridge instead of the usual MCPX3 found on retail motherboards. There are other differences that you can see and others that you cannot (like CPU and GPU clock speeds). Problem is that I wasn't able to get it to function. I sometimes got no video output at all and got a grey screen other times. It's basically sold as-is but a nice collector's item nonetheless.
It also comes with its matching HD. I was told that it has a different partition table as retail HDs.
^^^Full shot from behind. The arcade connector is the one in the red box. It has 30 or 32 pins IIRC^^^
^^^The backup battery for the clock. Retail models use a capacitor instead^^^
^^^Upper-left corner. Board layout is different from retail. Doesn't have ICS chip.^^^
^^^The one above and below show wires that were most likely soldered by hand. Most likely last-minute changes done to the layout.VVV
These pics are all at 640x480 to reduce size. If you want to see all of these at 1600x1200 (original resolution), PM me with your email so I can send you the ZIP containing them. It's a hefty 3.5MB.
I'm prepared to sell at USD$200 but make any reasonable offer and I might think about it ;)
BTW, maybe oldengineer can shed a little extra light on this thing. What are the similarities/differences with this motherboard and a DVT3 motherboard?