Aopen AX63 Pro Driver
Model, AX63 Pro. CPU: Slot 1. Support Intel Slot 1 Pentium II/III/Celeron FSB MHz. Chipset: VIA A VIA B. Main Memory: PC SDRAM. AX63 Pro, AOpen, Motherboard, mainboard, chipset, základní desky, Slot, Socket, information. What we have a look at here is the new VIA Apollo Pro Chipset and how it performs here at the HardOCP. Does AOpen stand out again as.
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Aopen AX63 Pro Driver
AOpen AX63 Pro - motherboard - ATX - Slot 1 - Pro133A
Does it stand out? Damn straight it does.
T charm as we noted a couple weeks ago. No, they did not go so far as to actually gold plate the heatsink this time, but they did keep with the look.
I kinda like it Aopen AX63 Pro, sure beats that Kermit the Frog chipset HS that we have all come to know and love. NOT All in all the mainboard delivers a couple of features that we so much expected out of Camino.
AOpen AX63 Pro Apollo Pro 133 Slot-1 ATX
What is really so bizarre here to me is that VIA is really helping out Intel. They are actually kinda prospering off one another.
Something you might want to notice about Aopen AX63 Pro board is the fact that is only supports two IDE plugs, not the four we have recently become familiar with. The one option here that is really kickass is a new BIOS option.
I don't remember seeing this anywhere else but I will give credit to AOpen Aopen AX63 Pro showing it to me first. Over time, AOpen has built itself a nice reputation of the most stable and well performing motherboards in the industry. Have a look at Jackie's trip to Taiwan, where he visited the AOpen factory lots of interesting pictures await you!
The whole Aopen AX63 Pro is based upon the AOpen AX6BC-Pro and a bit of the older AX63 as physically all the layouts is the same and so are the offered features with only the chipsets that have been changed. The contents of the well known AOpen Aopen AX63 Pro include the following: The URMs have been much improved than those found on older AOpen Slot-1 boards I presume that the newer ones are made by a 3rd party manufacturer as some other boards have the same design.
-- Singapore Hardware Zone -- Reviews -- Motherboards -- AOpen AXPro
The board is tad bigger and spacious Aopen AX63 Pro many other BX motherboards of its category and the result is that most connectors are easily accessible without any hindrance. In this board, there is an adequate gap between the DIMM slots and the above mentioned connectors but in many other boards those same connectors are nearly flushed against the DIMM slots, causing inconvenience to use the 1st DIMM Aopen AX63 Pro.
Cards such as the Creative-Live do not use this connector. The ATX back-panel is colour-coded according to the PC99 specification for easy identification and plugging in of connectors.
I'm not sure if the heatsink is really gold-plated or just gold-coloured. I find it a bit odd but this board has 3 Aopen AX63 Pro jumper settings for 3 different FSB ranges.
Alternatively, you still have the Auto Aopen AX63 Pro jumper setting too. The following is a tiny part I took out from the PDF manual for reference: Anyway here are all the FSB settings available: So the overclocking prospects are very good with this board coupled with the 0.
I've included here, the info from the manual: Whatever you choose to run the different busses, the memory bus can be kicked up Aopen AX63 Pro down by 33Mhz from your current FSB. This is set in the Bios under the Chipset-section.