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Well, since it was recently resurrected, I thought I'd add another board to the list. My Gigabyte K8N Pro-SLI board recently died. Fortunately, I was able to find a replacement K8N Ultra-9 (no need for SLI). The bad caps are KZG 6.3v at 3300uf, two of them right next to the CPU. Interestingly enough...
- Sat Dec 20, 2008 6:21 am
- Forum: Tech Support
- Topic: E-SATA MB ports appear to be dead
- Replies: 8
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According to Foxconn's website, the eSATA port is on a secondary controller, so it will not show up in the BIOS. You might want to check and see if the second controller is enabled in the BIOS. Also, it looks like the eSATA port is tied together with another internal SATA port, so you might want to ...
Yes, that card will work fine, so long as you have sufficient power to run it. Ignore all the nonsense about voltages. AGP 2x and below were the ones with different voltage requirements. 4x and 8x AGP have the same voltage, and both your MoBo and card are 8x AGP.
- Sat Dec 20, 2008 5:26 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Any Guesses How Long LGA 1366 Will Be Supported?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 1399
Also keep in mind that while Intel supports their socket styles longer, it does NOT guarantee compatibility with the older CPU's. We've been carrying G31, P43 and P45 based MoBo's at work, and they will absolutely NOT work with any Celeron D, Pentium 4 or Pentium D processor. They will only work wit...
- Thu May 22, 2008 7:39 am
- Forum: Motherboards.org Web Site
- Topic: AMD Phenom 9850 X4 Black Edition CPU Review
- Replies: 4
- Views: 9722
My biggest question is, why no real-world benchmarks? Why only synthetics? Synthetic benchmarks have their place, no doubt, but real-world is where the true test lies. Synthetics can be optimized for specific processors. Real-world apps and games can be too, but it's less likely since they (the deve...