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If you want to take advantage of the ever decreasing cost of Athlon XP processors, this motherboard from Asus makes a superb base for your. Form factor: ATX 12" x " / cm x cm. CPU socket type: Socket Front Side Bus: MHz MHz MHz MHz. Chipset  CPU socket type‎: ‎Socket The window of opportunity to make A7N8X-E great was missed by a mile, maybe ASUS were asleep. You can tell their focus is elsewhere.


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In some cases though the headers aren't parallel to the PCI slots and will be oriented in the opposite direction though Asus A7N8X-E I find that they are always parallel. I've seen several people fry their boards by having those in the wrong spot.

Also, when doing this I think it is best to first install the power switch connector. Then if that works you can turn the rest of the connections in the Asus A7N8X-E direction.


Just make sure they are in the right spot. They still Asus A7N8X-E and discharge, no matter what. I have the same issue going on with my system at the moment, and have received some assistance from Corsair regarding the issues.

The first thing that needs to be done within the BIOS, no matter what version is all the settings need to be set to User Define. Asus A7N8X-E runs just fine, just ran a 12 hour test in fact.


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