Specifications of the BIOSTAR TPower N750
Supports AMD Phenom X4 AM2+ Series
Supports AMD Phenom X3 AM2+ Series
Supports AMD Athlon X2 AM2 Series
Supports AMD Athlon AM2 Series
Supports AMD Sempron AM2 Series
NVIDIA 750a Chipset
4 DDR2 SDRAM 240pin DIMM Sockets
64/128Bit Dual Channel
Supports up to 8GB Total Memory (4x 2GB)
2 PCI Express x16
1 PCI Express x1
1 Parallel ATA port supporting 2 IDE Drives
6 Serial ATA ports
1 Gigabit Ethernet Port
1 PS2 Keyboard Port
1 PS2 Mouse Port
12 USB 2.0 Ports (6 rear accessible, 6 via expansion bracket)
6 Stereo Audio Ports
1 DVI-I Port
1 RJ45 Ethernet Ports
2 Firewire ports (1 rear accessible, 1 via expansion bracket)
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