Product information: **B Grade** GA-K8NSNXP nForce3 250 (Socket 754) Motherboard
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B Grade items may have been used, have damaged packaging, missing accessories or a combination of these.
Some items may have scuff marks or slight scratches but should otherwise be an operable product.
Supporting the revolutionary AMD AthlonTM64 processor, the GA-K8NSNXP brings new levels of performance and features to the desktop platform. The brand new AMD AthlonTM64 processor is furnished with unprecedented framework consisting of AMD’s 64-bit computing platform, HyperTransport Technology, and internal DDR400 memory controller to boost the overall performance. Accompanied with the innovative designs of AthlonTM64, the advanced NVIDIA nForce3 platform processor and Gigabyte’s unique technology also contribute to the functionality and stability of this platform. One of the added features includes the patented Gigabyte Dual Power System (DPS), aimed to enhance the computing power and steadiness of the system. The industry’s first IEEE 1394b controller from T.I. is integrated for the high-speed interface of future Audio/Video devices. Another feature is the Dual LAN, equipped for establishing the traffic between two separate networks to ensure rapid transfer of data from WAN to LAN. The IEEE1394b, Serial ATA and IDE RAID provide superior input/output performance and data protection. Gigabyte’s GA-K8NSNXP definitely represents the uppermost platform for today’s computers.
- AMD AthlonTM64 Computing Platform
- HyperTransportTM technology
- Integrated DDR memory controller
- Superb bandwidth AGP 8X graphics interface
- Dual Power Sysytem K8 (DPS K8)
- DUAL LAN
- Industry’s first IEEE1394b motherboard
- Serial ATA with RAID 0.1 function
- GigaRAID IDE RAID Controller
- 8 Channel Audio with UAJ
- GIGABYTE Patent DualBIOSTM
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