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Jump to another image > 01 : FIC AU11 Chameleon 02 : 3-Phase power 03 : Northern half of the motherboard 04 : Lower portion of the board 05 : NVIDIA's MCP-T is under the shiny sticker 06 : Back plate of the AU11 07 : ATX power connector is in a bad spot 08 : Lots of room near the CPU socket 09 : IDE connectors are low on the board, the floppy is... 10 : PCI slots pictured as well as the AGP slot 11 : No active cooling on the North Bridge 12 : BIOS Main Menu 13 : Advanced Chipset Features Menu 14 : Adjusting bus speeds 15 : PC Health Status Menu 16 : Power BIOS Features Menu 17 : Advanced BIOS Features Menu 18 : Integrated Peripherals Menu
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Maintainer: Brandon Bell Date: February 12, 2003 Category: Hardware : Motherboards • Return to Article
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