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For ASUS P8HM PRO/CM/DP_MB Intel 61 Motherboard DDR3 LGAX VGA USB Mainboard ASRock Micro ATX DDR3 Motherboards FM2A68M-DG3+ GIGABYTE BM DS3H (LGA/Intel/Micro ATX/USB Gen 1 (USB) Type A/DDR4/Motherboard). Alician P8HM PRO/CM/DP_MB Desktop Motherboard H61 USB HDMI Socket LGA i3 i5 i7 DDR3 16G Mainboard Accessories $ (2 Offers). May 22,  · P8HM PRO If your motherboard BIOS version number is greater than the BIOS version listed above, then you will not need to flash your BIOS. However, if your BIOS version is smaller than the version listed above, then you will need to select and download the latest BIOS .

 

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May 22,  · P8HM PRO If your motherboard BIOS version number is greater than the BIOS version listed above, then you will not need to flash your BIOS. However, if your BIOS version is smaller than the version listed above, then you will need to select and download the latest BIOS . P8HM PRO Front panel audio connector If you want to connect a high-definition front panel audio module to this connector, ensure that the Front Panel Type item in the BIOS is set to [HD]. If you want to connect an AC97 front panel audio module to this connector, set the item to [AC97]. Alician P8HM PRO/CM/DP_MB Desktop Motherboard H61 USB HDMI Socket LGA i3 i5 i7 DDR3 16G Mainboard Accessories $ (2 Offers).
 
 
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Radeon 9200SE (RV280SE): first photos and test results

Summer is in full swing, and the video market is full of stagnation and boredom: no one is releasing new chips, testers can be “scared”, perhaps, only by a non-standard cooler and bundles. But! As soon as manufacturers squeezed the most out of top-end chips and made sure that sales of such cards still make up only a small fraction of the total market share, super-budget versions began to enter the scene. Last year, the suffix LE was popular for such variants, now they are called SE [by the way, among professionals, the SE marking has already managed to be known as Suxx Edition, and some gentlemen from Asia on ICQ practice in stronger decoding of the letter S. Yeah…].

In yesterday’s news, we already reported that towards the end of July ATI is preparing to present a stripped-down version of the Radeon 9200 with the notorious SE suffix. Radeon 9200SE can already be found in some markets in limited quantities, and our colleagues from the Korean site DarkCrow even had time to conduct preliminary testing of such a card.

What is the difference between the Radeon 9200 SE and the already known versions of the chip, 9200 and 9200Pro? As expected, the memory bus was the first to suffer, now it has been cut down to 64 bits, for cards based on the 9200/9200 Pro it is, accordingly, 128 bits.

The sample that participated in preliminary testing is equipped with 128 MB 6.0 ns DDR memory in TSOP-II packages from Infineon, the clock speed of the Radeon 9200SE (RV280SE) chip is 200.25 MHz, the default memory is 164.25 x 2 (i.e. , 329 MHz), RAMDAC 400 MHz, interfaces – analog, S-Video / RCA Composite. The card is made in a low-profile (LP, Low-Profile) design on a 4-layer green PCB. For the preliminary test, we used a system based on 3.06 GHz Intel Pentium4 with HT and FSB 533 MHz, 512 MB of PC2100 memory from Samsung, ASUS P4GBX (BIOS-1005) board on E7205 chipset, Windows XP, Catalyst 3 drivers.6 / DirectX 9.0a. The card based on the Radeon 9200SE was compared with the reference card on the Radeon 9200 chip (chip / memory ? 249.75 MHz / 401 MHz DDR.

So, the preliminary results are in front of you and now you can practice on your own in the selection of epithets for SE ? Sabotage Edition, Sadism Edition, Sale Edition or something else. Such low performance can be justified, perhaps, only by an even lower price. It’s better to keep silent about the freedom for unscrupulous PC builders in connection with this confusion of similar names…

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