**B Grade** K8NF-9 nForce4 (Socket 939) PCI Express Motherboard
Below is the original description for this product, any reference to warranty is to be ignored. Warranty for this item is 90 days as with all B Grade items.
B Grade items may have been used, have damaged packaging, missing accessories or a combination of these (Motherboards may be missing I/O shields).
Some items may have scuff marks or slight scratches but should otherwise be an operable product.
The NVIDIA nForce™4 MCP (media and communications processor) enhances your AMD Athlon 64 and Sempron-based system with powerful features like ”instant on” secure networking, an advanced storage solution that protects your valuable digital media assets, and PCI Express™, the industry’s latest bus architecture for graphics and expansion cards. With the NVIDIA nForce4 MCPs, you get an unbelievable advantage in maintaining and managing your complete desktop PC. NVIDIA nForce4 MCPs include the ICSA-certified NVIDIA Firewall solution that protects your PC from unscrupulous hackers and malicious spyware while connected through a fast Gigabit Ethernet interface to the Internet or a LAN. Play online games, stream videos, download files, or share data throughout your home or home-office network with the knowledge that your connection is protected. NVIDIA storage solutions allow you to confidently protect and save your most important digital assets from hard drive failure or corruption. A simple-to-use interface makes disk management a breeze and gives you peace of mind that your treasured digital assets are reliably available and protected for the future. You can easily add additional hard disk drives and be alerted should any drive fail. Lastly, the unique single-chip, low-latency architecture of the NVIDIA nForce4 MCPs offers one of the industry’s best core-logic solutions with outstanding performance and market leading features.
- ATX v2.0 compliant PSU Required for PCI-E Graphics/Motherboard.
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