BIOSes for Zida Tomato motherboards

BIOSes and manuals for Zida Tomato motherboards

Biggest list of BIOS for Zida Tomato motherboards

Welcome to the Zida BIOS community site. This site contains a large number of BIOS and manuals from motherboards that have not been produced for over 22 years.
Motherboards under the Zida Tomato brand in central Europe were launched in 1998. The first motherboard at that time was a very popular 4DPS with support for Intel i486, Cyrix and AMD processors. Unlike its competitors, Zida offered a very favorable price. Among the most renowned models were the 5SVA, 6ABX, BXi98-ATX or ZX98-CU.

Zida Tomato motherboards for Socket 478

    Socket 478 (also known as mPGA478, mPGA478B) is a 478-contact CPU socket used for Intel's Pentium 4 and Celeron series CPUs. Socket 478 was launched with the Northwood core to compete with AMD's 462-pin Socket A and their Athlon XP processors. Socket 478 was intended to be the replacement for Socket 423, a Willamette-based processor socket which was on the market for only a short time. Socket 478 was phased out with the launch of LGA 775 in 2004.

  • A845DD
  • A845SD
  • P845GL
  • P845SD

Zida Tomato motherboards for Socket A

    Socket A (also known as Socket 462) is the CPU socket used for AMD processors ranging from the Athlon Thunderbird to the Athlon XP/MP 3200+, and AMD budget processors including the Duron and Sempron. The front side bus frequencies supported for the AMD Athlon XP and Sempron are 133 MHz, 166 MHz, and 200 MHz. Socket A supports 32-bit CPUs only. Socket A was replaced by Socket 754 and Socket 939 during 2003 and 2004 respectively, except for its use with Geode NX processors.

  • AM133
  • PG133
  • PM133

Zida Tomato motherboards for Socket 370

Zida Tomato motherboards for Slot 1 / Socket 370

    This is a special edition of the Zida Tomato motherboards that can accommodate either a processor in slot 1 or socket 370. Slot 1 has a total of 242 pins and can be said to have been fully replaced by socket 370 since 1999, which is primarily designed for newer types of processors. Such a motherboard has the advantage of the possibility to fit older Slot1 processor Pentium II or newer PPGA Celeron or Pentium III.

  • Instant810C-S
  • Instant810C-SE
  • T810B-S
  • T810B-SE

Zida Tomato motherboards for Slot 1

Zida Tomato motherboards for Socket 8

    The Socket 8 CPU socket was used exclusively with the Intel Pentium Pro and Pentium II Overdrive computer processors. Socket 8 has a unique rectangular socket with 387 pins. It supports FSB speeds ranging from 60 to 66 MHz, a voltage from 3.1 or 3.3V. Intel discontinued Socket 8 in favor of Slot 1 with the introduction of the Pentium II and Slot 2 with the release of the Pentium II Xeon in 1999.

  • 6DXP

Zida Tomato motherboards for Socket 7

Zida Tomato motherboards for Socket 3

    Socket 3 (237pin) was a series of CPU Sockets for various x86 microprocessors. It was sometimes found alongside a secondary socket designed for a math coprocessor chip, in this case the 487. Socket 3 resulted from Intel's creation of lower voltage microprocessors. An upgrade to Socket 2, it rearranged the pin layout.

  • 4DPS

Latest Zida Tomato BIOSes

Motherboard Version Date Downloads
P845SD 1.50 2002-11-11 63×
A815EU 1.20 2002-06-22 59×
A845SD 1.40 2002-06-11 69×
P845GL 1.31 2002-06-06 62×
A845DD 1.07 2002-05-18 62×

TOP5 downloaded BIOSes

Motherboard Version Date Downloads
4DPS 4.01e 1998-12-01 466×
4DPS 1.72 1997-07-08 299×
A845DD 1.02 2001-12-11 243×
4DPS 4.00e 1998-09-01 220×
TX98-3D 1.16m 2001-01-01 218×

TOP5 PDF Zida datasheets

Version Date Downloads
5SVA r1.6 1998-07-03 1001×
4DPS r2.10 1998-01-01 476×
ZX98-CT r1.00 1999-04-22 442×
4DPS r2.00 1997-10-15 396×
TX98-3D r1.01 1998-07-30 389×

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