Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x Driver
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Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x Driver
This is the biggest change from the older SPP bridge and comes about from the official support for MHz front side bus frequency MHz effective DDR bus frequency, 8-byte bus width.
Up to 6. TwinBank running gives us 2 bit memory controllers at MHz frequency so doing the math we get 2 x 8-byte x MHz effective DDR frequency for the 6.
The bus link is also isynchronous meaning devices on either end are free to use the Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x at will and the bus can guarantee bandwidth. DASP is also unchanged and aims to feed the processor with as much relevant data as possible to keep the front end of the pipeline busy and the CPU working to its full potential.
Fan connectors are an issue too. I personally don't like connecting from the power supply as you can no longer control the fan, so I had to buy a fan controller for my system, not a bad choice, but just kind of annoying that there isn't enough onboard power connectors.
Performance-wise, its a go-getter. I have had no problems not to mention fast performance from this board, although Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x BIOS does have a little overclockability, it doesn't give much, I think more for stability reasons than anything else. Overall, this board is a great one at the moment, but kind of spendy, as most ASUS boards are.
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Used - Acceptable: This means that the product shows clear signs of use, cosmetic defect, and may be missing minor accessories and manual, but remain in working condition. The author has done his best to cross-check and verify information presented in this document but there is no liability Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x guarantee against any eventual damages caused by the user.
The user and reader are fully responsible for any eventual damages caused by implementing or misusing information in this document. It is my understanding that the nForce2-Asus A7N8X-Athlon XP combination is of significant popularity for use in Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x audio and recording since the introduction of the chipset in November, However, there have been issues raised at public digital audio forums on how to configure and tweak this combination for robust digital audio performance.
The objective with this document is to shed some light on how to configure the combination as to 1 get access to optimal computer performance and 2 Asus A7N8X Rev 1.x spread relevant information to avoid compatibility issues that can be both time-consuming and costly for the end-user to rectify.