Supports Intel Pentium 4 1.5G ~ 2.0G+ mPGA 478
Supports Future mPGA 478 CPUs
Intel i850 Chipset
Intel i82850 Northbridge
Intel i82801BA (ICH2) Southbridge
Intel Hub Archetecture @266MB/s North to South data stream
- Bus Frequency
Netburst Micro Architecture
- Expansion Slots
1 AGP 4x
- Expansion Ports
1 PS2 Keyboard Port
1 PS2 Mouse Port
4 USB Ports (2 rear accessible, 2 via expansion bracket)
2 Serial Ports
1 Parallel Port
1 Line In
1 Line Out
1 Mic In
1 Game Port
- Onboard Audio
C-Media CMI8738 6 Channel PCI Audio Controller
- Special Features
Multiplier adjustable by BIOS or Dipswitches
Vcore, Vrimm adjustable by BIOS
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