ASUS P4P800 DELUXE DRIVER FOR WINDOWS MAC
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|Supported systems:||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows XP 64-bit, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5|
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ASUS P4P800 DELUXE DRIVER
The crucial item was the motherboard, and after checking out and comparing a slew of boards, I settled on the ASUS P4PE, with its extensive feature list, as offering the most "bang for the buck. The board lived up to its promise and did everything I wanted and more. After checking out the CPU itself along with everything else I could think of, I couldn't get the nasty error Asus P4P800 deluxe to go away, and so finally I had to conclude that the motherboard had suddenly failed.
After ordering it and opting for the quick turnaround of international express mail, I set about with the laborious operation of replacing the board in my overcrowded case. Once again, my computer booted up normally, and I was back in business. Blue and even Asus P4P800 deluxe Screens of Death.
This sequence of events finally terminated in a fleeting BIOS error, followed by a complete blackout of the display and no further signs of life from the computer. Once again, the motherboard had come to a sudden and unexpected end-of-service-life moment. This time, to my surprise, upon searching eBay as I had done 3 years before, I located literally dozens of vendors supplying the exact same motherboard, in various conditions from dead through good-used all the way to N. Asus P4P800 deluxe took the conservative route and chose a vendor once again, in China who not only provided a certified reconditioned board not just a "working pull" but also shipped by international express mail.
ASUS P4P800-E Deluxe, Socket 478, Intel (90-M8LCW0-G0UAYZ) Motherboard
So, within a week, I had in hand a like-new replacement board that after the usual surgery enabled me to restore my computer to like-new operation. I really can't fault the manufacturer ASUStek for Asus P4P800 deluxe board failures over a period of 8 years. The service life of such highly complex pieces of techno-wizardry is hard to predict, and 5 years Asus P4P800 deluxe about as long as most commercial users keep their computers running before surplusing them out for the latest crop of hardware. Home users like myself get to take their chances, and I do consider myself lucky: I've never found a better match for all my older hardware peripherals than this ASUS motherboard.
I can only hope that I will have as easy a time finding another replacement board when the time comes for this one to crap out and I would be kidding myself to think that that time will never come: So, I have to confess to being a fully satisfied customer on this particular item, and I'm glad that there are plenty of eBay vendors in the world who would support me in this opinion. Read full review by eutaupya Mar 17, socket Flagship - Mother of Motherboards If you're like me and have a great socket CPU that is still very viable but no place to park it, there isn't anyone out there saying there is a better board to be had than this one for a socket chip.
It is absolutely the best one as far as features and options go, and ASUS has a solid rep for quality products that will last. If you're not a gamer, then there are plenty of available mainstream agps still being sold new and retail and tons used.
Also, if you can get one of the transfer cards for about 12 bucks for putting chip on LGA board; they do exist - I don't know how well they work though you may want to consider that the socket boards offer much more graphic card options for having the Pcie slots. I did notice one very nice touch, though, that I haven't seen mentioned elsewhere. The AGP port is set apart from the PCI slots by a whole slots depth, so that means you can get a graphics card with a double-slot cooling solution without the penalty of losing access to one of your pci slots. This may be preferable since heat is the main factor in shortened component lifetime, particularly with the powerful newer GPU's.
Asus P4P800 deluxe
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I don't think it's a great board for uber-noobs, since I consider myself somewhat informed and I get a Asus P4P800 deluxe confused by the technicality of the options and the manual isn't extra-ordinarily helpful in this case. It is related to electrostatic discharge ESD causing a "latch-up" by running through the circuit in an infinite-loop; this causes the circuit to overheat and render the USB ports non-functional or even burn through traces and plastic on southbridge Asus P4P800 deluxe.
While it is usually the front USB headers that have been involved probably due to the easier access and more often being inserted and removed there are a few reports of the same thing happening on the rear ports as well. Asus P4P800 deluxe you do chance using them, it is advisable to ensure that the ports are correctly wired and connected specifically that pin 9 is a NO CONTACT pin and NOT acceptable to use as a ground if your ports have more than one and to also to check out the notice that was issued by Intel regarding ESD "best practices" to minimize the potential for problems. Everything else I worked out through google - even my RAM timing!
Read full review by chadsc Jun 29, Mother board Verified purchase: Pre-owned by jessejake Aug 10, A great board to to latch on to. I has all the options one would like ex.: This board is a great board for the do it yourself-er. If you you are lucky to acquire one at a good price with Asus P4P800 deluxe extras and software, grab it.
You wont be disappointed. Pre-owned This item doesn't belong on this page. P4PE Deluxe Quick Start Guide for Multi-Language Edition (U).
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