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Aopen AK79G Max Driver
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With Soundstorm, there is a wide host of audio hardware-accelerated effects which Aopen AK79G Max won't go into here for more info see nVidia's site that are intended to put a nail in the coffin of the sound card business. Soundstorm also allows the system to make use of Dolby Digital Encoding.
What I thought were Lelons were actually Lelons, but then I took a close look at the vcore regulator caps. Not one bulging from the top or the Aopen AK79G Max. Looked around the rest of the board, all I saw was Chemicon. You all probably heard my whoop of glee from here I ended up replacing only 3 caps on the board - the Lelons.
Before we take a look at the nForce2 motherboards we have rounded up I think a quick little recap of the background info is a good idea. There are Aopen AK79G Max reasons why the nForce2 chipset has put up such stiff competition. First off, the chipset has a very powerful memory controller which supports dual channel DDR memory - which in theory doubles the available memory bandwidth to Aopen AK79G Max processor.
Dual channel DDR, sounds impressive doesn't it? There are two independent 64bit memory controllers built into the nForce2 Northbridge and when two DIMM's are installed into each separate memory controller, the nForce2 runs them in parallel which doubles the amount of bandwidth available to the processor. Unfortunately feeding an Athlon processor with more bandwidth then it requires is Aopen AK79G Max bit redundant.