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ASUS P5AD2-E Premium - 925XE done right first time - Specifications

Today we take a look at the first retail Intel 925XE based motherboard to hit our labs and it comes from ASUS. The newest Pentium 4 chipset from Intel increases FSB to 1066MHz and removes ECC memory support. The ASUS P5AD2-E Premium motherboard provides a stack of features but how does it perform against the Intel reference board? Read on as we investigate this 925XE retail board and what it's all about.

| Socket LGA 775 in Motherboards | Posted: Jan 11, 2005 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: ASUS

Specifications of the ASUS P5AD2-E Premium

 

CPU

 

Supports Intel Pentium 4 5xx Series Socket T Prescott (533/800FSB)

 

Supports Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition Socket T Gallatin (800/1066FSB)

 

Supports Intel Celeron D 3xx Series Socket T Prescott (533FSB)

 

Chipset

 

Intel i925XE with HT

 

i925XE Northbridge

 

i82801FB Southbridge

 

DMI @ 2GB/s

 

System Memory

 

4 DR SDRAM 186pin DIMM Sockets

 

Supports DDR-266/333/400Mhz

 

64/128Bit Dual Channel

 

Supports up to 4GB Total Memory (4x 1GB)

 

Bus Frequency

 

133/200/266MHz Internal

 

533/800/1066MHz External

 

Netburst Micro Architecture

 

Expansion Slots

 

1 PCI Express x16

 

2 PCI Express x1

 

4 PCI

 

Connectivity

 

3 Parallel ATA port supporting 6 IDE Drives total

 

8 Serial ATA ports Totals

 

2 Gigabit Ethernet Ports

 

1 Wireless G Ethernet

 

Expansion Ports

 

1 PS2 Keyboard Port

 

1 PS2 Mouse Port

 

8 USB 2.0 Ports (4 rear accessible, 4 via expansion bracket)

 

1 Parallel Port

 

6 Stereo Audio Ports

 

2 SPDIF Optical Ports

 

 

 

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