DataExpert

DataExpert was a manufacturer of motherboards for the IBM PC and its compatibles during the DOS era.

 

ExpertBoard EXP4045

Year: ?
Type: Socket 3
Form Factor: Baby AT
Chipset: 83C491 / 83C492 (rebadged as "ExpertChip")
Slots: 4 (16-bit ISA), 3 x VLB
Memory: 4 x 72-pin SIMM
BIOS: Award
Known Revisions: 1.2

Supports bus speeds of 25, 33 and 40 MHz.

User Manual
Jumper Settings

 

EXP8054

Year: ?
Type: ?
Form Factor: ?
Chipset: OPTi Premium + 82C822
Slots: ?
Memory:

Tested maximum bus transfer rates with this board:

Hercules Dynamite 128 13 MB/sec
Matrox Millennium (MGA2064) 11 MB/sec
Elsa Winner 1000 (S3 Trio64V+) 12 MB/sec

 

EXP8551

Year: 1996
Type: Socket 7
Form Factor: ?
Chipset: ?
Slots: 4 (16-bit ISA), 4 x PCI
Memory: 4 x 72-pin SIMM (2 banks), 128 MB max.
BIOS: AMI WinBIOS.
Known Revisions: 1.4

Comes with 512 KB Level 2 cache onboard.
Supports Pentium 75 up to 200 MHz, Cyrix 6x86 120-166, AMD 5x86-P75 and P90.

User Manual

 

EXP8661

Year: 1996
Type: Socket 7
Form Factor: ?
Chipset: ?
Slots: ?
Memory: ?
BIOS: Award
BIOS Dates: 07/15/96
Known Revisions: 1.0

The EXP8661 supports Cyrix 6x86 CPUs from P120+ up to P166+.