Cebit 2005 - Day 2

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ASRock

ASRock is ASUS' low-cost brand. While the boards offer some overclocking features, they are not really geared towards overclockers.


The 775Dual 880-Pro uses VIA's PT880 chipset:
  • Support for Pentium 4 LGA Socket 775
  • 1066 MHz FSB
  • Dual Channel DDR400 and Dual Channel DDR2 667 Support - only one at the same time
  • 1x AGP, 1x PCI-Express x16, 3x PCI, Both video cards can be used at the same time
  • 2x SATA RAID
  • 7.1 Channel Audio
  • 10/100 MBit Ethernet

ASRock's P4Dual 880-Pro uses VIA's PT880 chipset as well:
  • Support for Pentium 4 Socket 478
  • 800 MHz FSB
  • Dual Channel DDR400 Support
  • 1x AGP, 1x PCI-Express x16, 3x PCI, Both video cards can be used at the same time
  • 2x SATA RAID
  • 7.1 Channel Audio
  • 10/100 MBit Ethernet

Using the VIA K8M890 chipset, the 939VM890 offers following features:
  • Socket 939 for AMD Athlon 64
  • Support for Dual Channel DDR400
  • S3 DeltaChrome Video Adapter integrated in VIA chipset
  • 1x PCI-E x16, 1x PCI-E x1, 2x PCI
  • 7.1 Channel Audio
  • 10/100 MBit Ethernet
  • 2x SATA RAID

The K8Upgrade-VM800 has following features, using VIA's K8M800 chipset:
  • Socket 754 for AMD Athlon 64
  • 800 MHz HTT
  • Support for DDR400 memory
  • UniChrome Pro 3D Video Adapter integrated in VIA chipset
  • 1x AGP 8x, 2x PCI
  • 5.1 Channel Audio
  • 10/100 MBit Ethernet
  • 2x SATA RAID
The most notable feature of this board is that a seperately sold CPU slot card allows you to use this board together with a S939 CPU. The adapter goes in the yellow slot.
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