Asus A8N-VM Desktop Motherboard - NVIDIA Chipset - Socket PGA-939

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Description:

This GeForce 6100-based A8N-VM motherboard has adopted the dual-channel DDR400 architecture and two SATA II controllers for fast data saves and retrievals. PCI Express x16 bus interface and integrated GeForce6 graphics further elevate your system's video capability for the latest graphics applications.The board also supports AMD's 939-pin Athlon 64 FX, Athlon 64 processors with 1MB, 512KB L2 cache. Both processors are based on the 64-bit architecture and features 2000/1600MT/s HyperTransport Bus and dual-channel un-buffered DDR400 memory support.


Quick Glance

System Board Style: Micro ATX (mATX)

Supported Processor: Athlon 64, Athlon 64 FX, Athlon 64 X2, Sempron, Opteron

Interface Connection: Parallel Port Yes, Audio Line In Yes, Audio Line Out Yes, Microphone Port Yes, VGA Yes, Network (RJ-45) Yes

Number of Memory Slots: 4

Processor Socket: Socket PGA-939

System Chipset: nVIDIA GeForce 6100

Memory Technology: DDR SDRAM

Number of PCI-Express x16 Slots: 1


Summary

Product Title: Asus A8N-VM Desktop Motherboard - NVIDIA Chipset - Socket PGA-939

Manufacturer: Asus

Lowest Price: $269.60 from Memory4Less.com

Power Score: 3.3 | 3 Reviews


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Product Reviews (3)

Good Basic Board

Strengths: Ease of setup, literature/manual, on board video/audio/LAN

Weakness: Floppy controller was a little close to my drives, but is more of a case weakness than MB

Board layout is pretty snazzy and documentation is good. Flows well and allows you to take sequential steps in setting up a new system. Backplate is a little weird...they don't tell you what to do with the "teeth" that rest against the external connectors. Finally figured out that they're for support; just bend them up or in around the connectors. Liked that most things were color coded and...
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By fierte - Jun 10, 2006

onboard display

Weakness: getting fringes like magnetic field, I have tested two boards with four different crt monitor but not able to solve this.

good for normal user. video acceleration is very good, as display is on board no need of extra display card. I would suggest to go for csm board for the better result in display.

By krishn - May 27, 2006

Good motherboard, bad customer service.

Strengths: mATX with available PCI-E slot, stable, inexpensive, Athlon X2 support.

Weakness: None for a normal, knowledgeable user.

Great motherboard for a good computer running WinXP. I had problems installing the on-board Audio device with Windows Server 2003 and Asus support wasn't helpfull at all. Looking on line I found several users had the same problem with WindowsXP, but I guess I was lucky and installed it at the first shot. I wish I had known about the existence of the A8N-VM CSM because I'd really like the s-video...
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By mecit - Feb 17, 2006

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