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GIGABYTE GA-6RX DRIVER
Otherwise, the AX37 Plus performs and functions very much like the Pro version. The manufacturer could have omitted the AMR slot, since there are no components available on GIGABYTE GA-6RX free market for this type of slot. Some problems crop up when using special DDR memory modules.
Not only that, but the board is the second worst in virtually all the benchmark disciplines. One exception to this general trend is the Linux benchmark, where the board wins hands down. Wrong design for the board layout - a capacitor on the Aopen board has been so poorly placed that we were forced to bend the slot plate on the graphics card in order to even operate the platform. This striking board has been laid out unlike any of the remaining test candidates. However, the benchmark scores don't live up to the expectations that you would traditionally expect from this manufacturer. Overclocking aficionados will definitely be taken with this board - the front side bus can be adjusted to between GIGABYTE GA-6RX and MHz.
Unfortunately, the granularity of the FSB-adjustments could be higher. In addition, the CPU core voltage has a wide range of possible settings. A 3COM chip see picture ensures that the board can be connected to a network. This port is useless for end users. The BIOS recovery feature is interesting. This is a common feature on numerous Siemens boards.
This board takes the gold in virtually every single benchmark discipline. There is one drawback, however - there are only two fan headers on the board. As far as its performance is concerned, the board always ranks among the lowest, which means that it's not that attractive for end users interested in performance. While the fact that DFI designed its own layout is admirable, it doesn't have a positive effect on the test. The Gigabyte proves to be multitalented. GIGABYTE GA-6RX
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The board incorporates the most important features. Be that as it may, some insufficiencies became apparent in the test. Every time the system crashes, the individual BIOS settings are lost. This can be very time-consuming and irritating for people running systems under Windows 98 SE, which is world-renowned for GIGABYTE GA-6RX stability problems. After all, is there anybody out there who enjoys reentering IRQ settings over and over again? It's also a bad idea to overload the Gigabyte with overly fast memory modules. In terms of performance, this board hovers around the middle of the benchmark chart.
Overclocking aficionados can adjust the CPU core voltage and the clock multiplier manually. Regarding the AMR slot, the same thing could be said GIGABYTE GA-6RX the Gigabyte as for the other candidates - the slot is superfluous for retail customers because there are no peripheral devices available for it. In the event of a BIOS flash update failure or incorrect settings, it is possible to switch chips. The board's very poor performance is a serious problem - it places last in practically all the benchmarks. On the other hand, the long track length between the processor and the Northbridge chipset already hints at this problem.
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On the other hand, the board's integrated RAID controller and its hardware diagnostic LED display feature lead GIGABYTE GA-6RX a better overall impression. As far as the CNR slot is concerned, the same holds true for the MSI board as well as all other test candidates furnished with this port - it's utterly useless. The most conspicuous feature of the AV30 is its integrated GIGABYTE GA-6RX capability.
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The six PCI slots, which offer space for numerous components, are another positive feature. The front side bus can be adjusted in a GIGABYTE GA-6RX between 66 and MHz. Overclocking is not an option on this board. However, the board does obtain good results in the benchmark tests - on average, the Shuttle AV30 places second. As for the CNR slot - we can only repeat once more that it is useless for end users. A handicap on Shuttle's AV30 board - in order to ensure that the graphics card sits properly, a capacitor has been placed in front of the AGP lever. Removing the graphics card can spell disaster for the entire board. Cracking off the capacitor renders the entire board useless. The second Shuttle board in our test, the AV32, has been more intelligently designed and does not have a capacitor next to the AGP slot.
The AGP graphics card's plastic mounting is GIGABYTE GA-6RX welcome feature, since it effectively prevents the graphics card from slipping out. The choice of integrating an ACR slot seems questionable, since a sixth PCI slot has been sacrificed to make room for it.