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Date: January 14th, 2004
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Albatron
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION (cont'd)

Also bundled is a SATA cable as well as a SATA power cable. Not all power supplies have the appropriate connectors for newer SATA drives, and so such a addition is appreciated.

Two IDE cables and one floppy cable are included. Standard fare.

You will not be lacking in reading material when you buy this board. The reference documentation is excellent. You get the board manual, which is very well written and easy to follow. There was not a single piece of information that I needed to know that I did not find in the manual.

There is also a SATA manual for the Silicon SATA Raid Sil3112. It too is put together very well and though most users will not require it, the fact that it is present shows that Albatron wants to cater to users of various experience levels.

Finally, there is a foldout which gives a detailed overview on setting up your new motherboard. On the flip side, it identifies every component of the board. This will be especially useful for those flipping through the manual as they can then easily refer to the full color picture.

The driver CD. For some strange reason, I was sent two of the same CD. I'm certain this must not be standard though.

 

 


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