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Asrock made Socket 478 and Socket 775 combo motherboard

Posted on Friday, July 30 2004 @ 15:28:22 CEST by


Asrock has made a Pentium 4 Combo motherboard that supports both the Socket 478 and the new Socket 775 Pentium 4 processors.
In addition to both sockets, it has an Intel 848P chipset, DDR400, SATA, 5.1 channel 3D sound and overclocking functionality built in. The interesting thing is that they are not using the i915/925 chipsets, so you don't run into any OC locking problems . This board should show off what the new P4 are really capable of.
More info and photo at The Inquirer



 



 

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