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AOpen AX4SG Max II i865G Motherboard Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 04/21/2004 02:03 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
PC Stats has posted an AOpen AX4SG Max II i865G Motherboard review
Boasting the i865G's capable set of integrated graphics, businesses, governments and schools interested in powerful systems that do not require any 3D rendering capabilities would be well suited for a motherboard such as the AOpen AX4SG Max II. It retails for about $221 CDN ($169 US), and brings to the table all the raw computing power of higher end systems, but actually saves money because an external videocard is not required. The AX4SG Max II has a 8x AGP port, so a graphics card can still be added if desired. Redundancy comes in the form of dual BIOS's, and with the four-port Silicon Image Sil3114CT176 Serial ATA RAID (modes 0, 1 and 0+1) controller. Despite the high level of integration already present, the AX45SG MaxII still offers up five 32-bit PCI slots for future expansion.
11/19/2000 03:53 AM: Anybody familiar with the AOpen AX34? (0) by clutch