RAM Memory Support
4S845AL - ACORP
Socket 478, Intel P4 (Northwood Processor support), Intel 845 + ICH2, FSB 400 MHz, ATX, SDRAM x 3, AC'97 Sound, AGP 4X, Ultra DMA 66/100, STR, WOA, WOL, WOM, Over Clock, SPII
Optimally designed and extensively tested for the Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor, the Intel 845 chipset is designed to maximize the available bandwidth of DDR 200/266 or PC133 SDRAM for performance and mainstream systems.
FSB 400 MHz
Frontside bus: the bus within a microprocessor that connects the CPU with main memory. The so-called dual independent bus (DIB) architecture allows a processor to use both this and the backside bus (which connects the CPU and the Level 2 cache) simultaneo
Synchronously DRAM :A memory technology that run synchronously to the system clock is capable of running at 100 or 133MHz ; it is more suitable to the high-speed memory and faster than conventional EDO memory.
2 Channel AC'97 Sound
Versatile I/O Capability
Ultra ATA/100 - expected to be the final generation of Parallel ATA interface before the industry completes its transition to Serial ATA - was announced in 2000. Also referred to as Ultra DMA mode 5, the new specification uses the same 40-pin, 80-conducto
Form Factor ATX
The predominant motherboard form factor since the mid-1990s. It improves on the previous standard, the Baby AT form factor, by rotating the orientation of the board 90 degrees. This allows for a more efficient design, with disk drive cable connectors near
PCI x 6
In its original implementation PCI ran at 33MHz. This was raised to 66MHz by the later PCI 2.1 specification, effectively doubling the theoretical throughput to 266 MBps - 33 times faster than the ISA bus. It can be configured both as a 32-bit and a 64-bi (IRQ's) to be shared. This is useful because well-featured, high-end systems can quickly run out of IRQs. Also, PCI bus mastering reduces latency and results in improved system speeds.
Intel's release of version 2.0 of the AGP specification, combined with the AGP Pro extensions to this specification, mark an attempt to have AGP taken seriously in the 3D graphics workstation market. AGP 2.0 defines a new 4x-transfer mode that allows four l benefit wasn't seen until the implementation of 133MHz SDRAM and Direct Rambus DRAM (DRDRAM ) in the second half of 1999. AGP 2.0 was supported by chipsets launched early in 1999 to provide support for Intel's Katmai processor.
RAM Memory Support
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