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ASRock K7VT4A Motherboard Driver

At the PC motherboard article, you will find a description of the connectors and other modules typically included.


Aguerriero talk I disagree with the dissenters against the open-architecture revolution of the PC. Everyone with an interest in motherboards is thinking about PC motherboards.

Besides, the arrangements are not essential to the basic parts listings. Don't stand in the way of the majority who are interested in the PC motherboard when they search "motherboard" on this site.

The CPU is what actually does the 'work' in the machine. Huge difference.


How important a mother board is in terms of spead and stability to a pc. In general this page ASRock K7VT4A Motherboard needs a lot more information.

ASRock K7VT4A+ - motherboard - ATX - Socket A - KTA Specs - CNET

Likewise, most of the links should be moved there if they're not already there. Slothie I strongly suggest that the 'Motherboards for sale' picture is removed.

This blurry picture of boxes on a shelf brings absolutely no value to this article what so ever. Same for the blurry heatsink. There's a huge overlap between these two articles Any opinions?

Moxfyre I think that excessive PC stuff should be gutted out of Motherboardwhich should deal with motherboards more generically and point ASRock K7VT4A Motherboard interested in PCs at PC motherboard for more details. I think the two articles serve different purposes and should be separate. But in practice the existence of two separate articles seems mainly to be causing confusion and redundancy.

You'll see that pretty much only the introductory paragraphs of this article are general, while the rest specific to the types of motherboards used on commodity x86 systems. I see a few problems with this: I would personally prefer the term "Commodity x86 motherboard", since that will include Intel Macs, ASRock K7VT4A Motherboard Sun workstations, and all manner of servers in standard tower cases.

File:ASRock K7VT4A Pro Mainboard Labeled - Wikimedia Commons

There's not a whole lot of information available on other types of motherboards, which were generally only available from a single vendor. If someone has a good source of this information I'd love to see it show up in this article. Motherboard references now assume reference to the PC, especially when discussing ASRock K7VT4A Motherboard architecture. Here are my two arguments: Mac ASRock K7VT4A Motherboard motherboards are closed architecture, thus killing any need to learn about them, except for the occasional college computer science student.

Dude This article Sucks Can you please list the Parts of a motherboard?

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