This article shows you a preview of the current ASRock 4Core1333-eSATA2 Mainboard.
ASRock Motherboard Preview August 2007 The newest ASRock Motherboards ASRock has invited to the current product presentation on 30.08.07 and presented 13 motherboards for AMD and Intel processors. In the following 14 pages long article we will take a closer look to these motherboards. For AMD processors: ASRock AliveNF5SLI-1394, ALiveNF5-eSATA2+, ALiveXFire-eSATA2, ALiveNF7G-HDready and the ALiveNF6G-VSTA. For Intel processors: ASRock 4CoreDual-SATA2, 4Core1333-Viiv, 4Core1333-eSATA2, ConRoe1333-GLAN, ConRoe1333-D667 R1.0, 4Core1333-FullHD, ConRoe1333-DVI/H R2.0 and the ConRoe1333-1394. Here’s a picture of all previewed motherboards … The … Continue reading ASRock Motherboard Preview August 2007
The ASRock ALiveNF5-eSATA2+ Socket AM2 motherboard is based on the nForce 520 chipset and offers many overclocking options for a very good price. It is not only easy to overclock with this board, it is also easy to underclock. For some users with 24/7 PCs it became a sport to underclock processors in order to lower the temperature and to lower the power consumption enormously. It was possible to run an AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Socket AM2 CPU instead of … Continue reading ASRock ALiveNF5-eSATA2+ AMD Socket AM2 Motherboard Review
The Foxconn A690GM2MA 8KRS2H MicroATX motherboard offers with the new AMD 690G chipset an onboard graphics solution with DVI and Sub-D VGA ouput, as well as internal TV-Out connection. The ATI Radeon 1200 series is by far not comparable with current PCIe video cards, however it offers sufficient performance for office applications and thanks to the provided Microsoft Windows Vista drivers it’s possible to build an inexpensive Vista based PC platform. There’re some deficits regarding overclocking, but this shouldn’t be … Continue reading Foxconn A690GM2MA-8KRS2H AMD Socket AM2 Motherboard Review
Who doesn’t know the problem that it’s not possible to increase the FSB in the BIOS, or the increasement doesn’t change the pci/AGP divider correct so that the PC isn’t able to run stable. For these reasons I’ve build the new enhancements of the interactive Pin-Mod guide at OverClocked inside, where it’s now possible to fool the mainboard a 166 MHz or a 200 MHz FSB CPU to allow these FSBs also on mainboards which doesn’t have such FSB selections. … Continue reading Interactive Pin-Mod guide for AMD Athlon XP, T-Bred and Barton CPUs – the wire trick