ASRock ALiveNF6G-DVI AMD Socket AM2 Motherboard Review
Written by Gizmo   
Sunday, 18 March 2007 17:20
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This Review will clarify if the ASRock ALiveNF6G-DVI MicroATX motherboard with onBoard GeForce 6100 graphics solution and provided HDMR DVI-D card can convince in a normal course of HTPC life, and if it is high overclockable. The first look to the equipment already shows ASRock's main focus of this inexpensive mATX motherboard ...

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The ALiveNF6G-DVI offers only one 16x PCIe slot, one PCIe 1x slot and two PCI slots for conventional expansion cards. BTW, the ATX power connector is very close to the PCIe 16x slot. And this board offers unfortunately only one IDE connector for up to 2x conventional ATA 133 hard drives.

But it looks clearly better with serial ATA ports, because it provides 4x SATA II (3 Gb/s) ports, which can operate also in RAID 0/1/5. Included with delivery is a bootable CDROM and a short guidance for the correct installation of the Serial ATA II ports. The manual also includes all of the information you need to manage a new Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista installation with a primary S-ATA HDD.

The ASRock ALiveNF6G-DVI can be equipped with up to 4x DDRII memory modules and is expandable depending upon the operating system used to maximally 8 GB. The allocation for the DUAL Channel memory support is specified in the manual and should be followed absolutely.

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