Albatron's PX915P-2V Jumps On 64-bit Celeron Technology
Albatron announced its PX915P-2V mainboard which uses Intel Celeron D series (LGA 775 socket) CPUs which support the EM64T technology.
With the advent of Intel 64-bit technology, the world of 64-bit is now complete along with AMD 64-bit CPUs and Microsoft's recent 64-bit operating systems. As for now, the PX915P-2V still is capable of 32-bit application support along with support for 32-bit operating systems. The Intel Celeron D will also include support for the Execute Disable Bit that prevents malicious attacks of memory space causing buffer-overflows.
This board uses the Intel i915P/ICH6 chipsets and contains two PCI-E slots providing dual graphics functionality. The PX915P-2V also includes a Realtec 10/100 Mbps integrated LAN chipset and supports 6ch audio. There are 4 SATA channels on this board.
The PX915P-2V also supports Albatron proprietary technologies, Dr. Speed and the ABS (Albatron BIOS Security) card. Dr. Speed is an overclocking tool and hardware monitor used to tweak the system and optimise performance. ABS is Albatron BIOS backup system used to provide immediate support and repair after a BIOS corruption or a BIOS virus attack (ABS is an optional accessory).
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