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Old 11-13-2006, 10:01 AM   #1
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HIGH End Computer Parts

Asus P5WD2 full featured motherboard and retail box D930 dual core CPU. Stable at 4.20 where my ram runs out. Probably can go higher. Both are mint with boxes, documentation and all accessories. $250.


LG H10N 18X DVD burner flashed to H12N. Perfect condition and perfect burns. Black.
$30.


Brand new in the box Asus P5B Deluxe Motherboard, never opened. $180.

ASUS has decked their P5B Deluxe WiFi-AP board out with pretty much every feature you can think of. For connectivity, youíve got dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, seven Serial ATA ports, and one parallel ATA connector. Since the ICH8 South Bridge used on the P965 chipset doesnít support parallel ATA, the inclusion of parallel ATA support is made possible thanks to an external storage controller manufactured by JMicro, which also powers the boardís seventh Serial ATA port. Rounding out the P5B Deluxe connectivity are 8 USB 2.0 ports (four provided via back plate, and another four via external USB header) and 2 IEEE-1394a ports (one on the backplate, and one via header). On the backplate of the P5B ASUS also offers an eSATA port just below the FireWire port. This gives you access to a Serial ATA port without having to reach inside your case.




Youíll also note that the P5B Deluxe has two full-sized PCI Express graphics slots, a blue (primary) slot, and a black (secondary) PCI Express slot. Thanks to a recent driver update from ATI, the P965 chipset (and the P5B Deluxe) now supports ATIís CrossFire technology, but currently CrossFire support is limited to just D3D apps and only Radeon X1900 cards (we explain why in this news article).

When running in CrossFire mode the primary slot runs in full 16-lane PCI Express mode while the second slot gets just four PCI Express lanes. This results in a slight performance penalty. In comparison, the 975X chipset splits its PCI Express lanes evenly, eight for each slot. In addition to supporting X1900-based CrossFire, the second slot can also be used to hook up an additional graphics card so you can drive more monitors. The blue slot is the primary graphics slot and runs at full 16 lane operation, while the second graphics slot only runs in x2 or x4 mode
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