Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) today released a series of new Intel 865 Springdale chipset based motherboards named PF1 (865PE chipset on board) and 865G-M (865G Chipset). Supporting hyper threading technology, a FSB 800 MHz CPU and dual channel DDR400, ECS Springdale motherboard series deliver sheer power and blazing speed that add unprecedented fun to both home and office computing applications.
Supported Hyper threading technology enables ECS Springdale motherboard series providing server-grade power by doubling on board Pentium 4 power to the equivalent of a dual CPU platform. Featured dual channel DDR400 memory interface expands memory bandwidth to 6.4GB/s and supports up to 4GBs of memory capacity. This dual channel technology slashes requirements of memory access time by up to 30 percent compared to a single channel DDR400 platform.
Further enhancing ECS??s reputation as the world's leading motherboard manufacturer, PF1 motherboard delivers a slew of advanced features including an AGP 8X 3.0 interface for uncompromising 3D video game performance, dual serial ATA ports that accommodate hot swapping of cutting edge storage devices and outstanding audio quality.
The ECS PF1 motherboard also delivers connectivity to meet both today and tomorrow??s needs. The board includes features such as dual IEEE 1394 slots enhancing transfer rates up to 400Mb/s, eight high-speed USB 2.0 ports, 3Com??s industrial strength Giga LAN, PCI 2.3 interface and a dual-faced cable with a 1394 and two USB ports that can be swapped with rear side PCI bracket or front side 3.5-inche external bay for added connectivity options.
The board??s dual serial ATA ports running at 150MHz improve cabling and support ??hot plugging?? for cutting edge storage devices including soon-to-be-released serial ATA hard disk drives, CD ROMs and other advanced devices.
The ECS Intel PF1 motherboard??s list of great features is topped off by unprecedented DVD audio. An onboard six-channel C-Media 9739 audio chip delivers uncompromising sound quality and a vivid, exciting audio experience. SPDIF output can be routed to standalone speakers from the board??s RCA or optical coaxial jack.
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