Aopen AX34 Pro Driver
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Aopen AX34 Pro Driver
AOpen's made another black motherboard.
When this popular Taiwanese computer gear maker AOpen's the separate-components division of Acer feels particularly proud of a motherboard, they make a version with a black PCB and a shiny silver Aopen AX34 Pro on the main chip. Now, to most people, a black motherboard is about as interesting as a shiny enamelled engine for their car.
It raises certain questions about one's life Aopen AX34 Pro. For hardware enthusiasts, though, a black board with all the latest twiddly bits makes an excellent core for the latest revision of their screaming top-spec game machine.
VIA Apollo Pro 133A Motherboard Roundup - July 2000
Aopen AX34 Pro It's a Aopen AX34 Pro overclockers' board, designed to give you the best possible chance of getting your CPU running substantially faster than the sticker says it should. That doesn't mean the board's not happy running CPUs at stock speed - but if that's all you want to do, you might as well buy a cheaper motherboard.
Not that the Pro II's particularly expensive. This is a good price, for a motherboard with these specs.
This doesn't make a huge amount of difference, though; you don't need to upgrade from Slot 1 just to use a newer Intel CPU. Socket Aopen AX34 Pro can, with a "slotket" adapter, plug straight into Slot 1, and many Slot 1 motherboards work fine with the new chips. The surface finish on a heat sink that's primarily cooled by air Aopen AX34 Pro is pretty much completely irrelevant, but it sure looks purty.
AOpen AX34 Pro II Online Manual
They don't tell us whose military specification these circuit boards are alleged to meet. Cynics might suggest that it's fairly easy to meet, say, Liberian Army computer materials specs.
AOpen also refer to this board in their press bumf as "Black Beauty". Thank heaven it's actually a good motherboard, that's all I can say. Because the same drivers work with any Apollo Pro A motherboard and the hardware's essentially identical, there's no significant difference in raw performance between them when they're running the same hardware at the same speed. Performance differences between computers with different motherboards, if there are any to Aopen AX34 Pro of at all, come from the motherboards' extra features, like CPU and RAM overclocking and faster Aopen AX34 Pro disk interfaces.
First up, it's got lots of CPU speed adjustment potential, which I'll deal with in detail in the "Overclocking" section below. Mere mortals don't need Aopen AX34 Pro like that much, of course. Normal users are only likely to Aopen AX34 Pro a maximum of Mb of RAM on the board anyway, because they don't want to pay the premium for bigger-thanMb memory modules. Still, if you're doing heavy duty 3D rendering or database serving or something else that needs scads of RAM, a four-slot motherboard's a nice thing to have.
It also makes it easy to make use of lower capacity modules from your old motherboard, and add more RAM, without running out of slots.
AX34 Pro II AOPEN Motherboard Mainboard Driver Manual BIOS
The southbridge chip on a motherboard, essentially, takes care of every function that the northbridge doesn't - the IDE bus, USB, Plug and Play, the PCI to ISA bus bridge Aopen AX34 Pro if there is onekeyboard and mouse control, power management and so on. This is a neat feature for anyone that wants to install more than the usual four drives two drives can be connected to each motherboard IDE socketbut buggy drivers and occasional difficulties in booting from anything but the slower Via hard disk controller made the dual-controller boards a tad annoying.
Four drives only, but no boot difficulties. But there's no harm in using it, if you've got Aopen AX34 Pro. The AMR slot's pretty much useless.
AMR modems are dirt cheap it's now possible to buy them retail - only system integrators could get them at Aopen AX34 Pro but they're all "host based modems" that need special drivers in order to work. This means they only work with operating systems that have drivers to suit them - often, just Windows.
And many host based modems have compatibility problems with some other modems. There's no point using the AMR slot for audio, because the AX34 Pro II, unusually for an overclockers' board, includes ACcompliant plain vanilla audio hardware, with the usual couple of inputs and single output on Aopen AX34 Pro rear-panel connector block, and on-board connectors for internal sound sources like modems and CD-ROM drives.
Many overclockers, being fanatical gamers, don't want on-board sound - they want their shiny four-output positional audio board.