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Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta Driver
Asus P4T-E Introduction At the end of my first ever i chipset board review I hoped that I'd see more boards soon since I enjoyed using the platform and had a lot of fun testing the Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta socket Pentium 4 processor. It seems the gods have answered my prayers since today I've got a review of the Asus i board, the P4T-E. We discussed the current status of the new P4 Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta in the MSI review so we'll skim over them here.
Check out the review for a rundown of the current P4 state of play. So with this Asus board we have yet another i solution from a top manufacturer. Lets Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta a look at what they bring to the table.
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Let's take a look at the formal specification to see what Asus have done with their i board. Specification Supports Socket Intel Pentium 4 processors from 1. Twice the maximum bandwidth of the Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta bus. Line out, Line in and mic supported.
Supports full health monitoring. Almost all AMD boards I've had the pleasure to have used the 6-hole mount and have been thinner, both the i's I've seen have used all the available ATX width.
This doesn't hinder the installation of the board in any way however. It may be a tight squeeze in some smaller cases but given a decent sized case it should be fine.
The extra width is accounted for mostly by the RIMM layout. The P4T-E also requires the use of the extra power connectors that Intel's P4 solutions require to Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta the extra voltage that the CPU needs and also an auxiliary power connector not disimilar to one half of the old split AT power connector.
Apart from the need to drag those wires across the board, everything is fine. Installation of the GlacialTech Igloo heatsink was simple. I had the choice of GlacialTech or the stock Intel cooler and both are simple to install.
I prefer the clip on the Igloo to the Intel one so the GlacialTech was used. Board Layout Board layout Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta fairly standard with nothing out of place. Starting at the top we've got the ATX connector flush along the top left edge and the auxiliary ATX connector at right angles to that in the top right. Following the Intel socket design to the letter means that any standard P4 sink fits with no problem at all. Moving right we hit the i MCH covered by a black heatsink.
It's removable allowing for installation of a replacement sink that uses the same clip Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta.
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The two IDE ports are vertical and flush with the far right edge in the top half of the board. The floppy connector is at right angles underneath the second bank of RIMMs.
I would have prefered it flush with the right edge in a vertical orientation since the extra cable twist is an annoyance. The Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta is a completely jumper free motherboard if you choose. Again, the only things that bother me on the Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta layouts I've seen are the RIMM placement and the extra, but currently necessary, extra power connectors.
Performance So now that we've looked at the spec, installation and layout, what's performance like?
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We'll use the same benchmarks we used in the MSI review with a Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta crucial changes. For starters, we've moved to WindowsXP as the test operating system and we've also switched to the new version of SiSoft Sandra. If you want to take a look at what makes up the P4 and it's Netburst architecture, take a look here. Before we get started, lets take a look at the test Asus P4T-E 1008.004 Beta Fresh install of the operating system, the Detonator WindowsXP has drivers for everything else built into the operating system from the word go.