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Viglen Product Description: D975XBX
Viglen Order Code: PMPBX001
Viglen System: Genie Pro (S775)
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Product photo
Rev 1.0
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Product specification.
Motherboard Form Factor
Motherboard chipset
D975XBX: ATX (12.0 inches by 9.60 inches [304.80 millimetres
by 243.84 millimetres])
Intel® 975X Express Chipset consisting of:
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•
CPU connector type (s370,
slot1 etc)
Number of CPUs supported
If >1 does it require a
terminator?
Supported CPU types (C,
P3 or P4 etc)
Supported CPU speeds
Front side bus speed
Number of PCI slots
PCI slot speeds
Number of PCI-E slots
Number of AGP slots
Number of AMR slots
Additional slots
On board video fitted?
Type
Ram size?
Upgradeable?
Onboard audio fitted? Type
775
1
N/A
Celeron D, Pentium, Pentium D, Conroe (Core 2)
CPU No.
CPU speed
FSB
E6300- E6700
1.86 – 2.66GHz
1066MHz 4MB
955-965 EE
3.46 – 3.73 GHz
1066MHz 2 x 2MB
920-960
3.00 – 3.46 GHz
800 MHz
2 x 2MB
805-840
2.80 - 3.20 GHz
800 MHz
2 MB
620-670
2.80 - 3.80 GHz
800 MHz
2 MB
520-570
2.80 - 3.80 GHz
800 MHz
1 MB
310-355
2.13 - 3.33 GHz
533 MHz
256KB
Rev 1.0
L2 cache
800MHz and 1066MHz
2
33MHz
1 x PCI-e x16 (electrical x16 or x8)
1 x PCI-e x16 (electrical x8)
1 x PCI-e x16 (electrical x4)
0
0
3 x PCI-e 16
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Front facing audio header
and type
Audio Upgradeable?
Onboard network fitted?
Type
Number of network
connections?
Upgradeable?
Onboard SCSI fitted? Type
No of channels?
Manufacturer?
Model Number?
Intel® 82975X Memory Controller Hub (MCH) with Direct
Media Interface
Intel® 82801GR I/O Controller Hub (ICH7R) or Intel®
82801GH I/O Controller Hub (ICH7DH) supporting Intel®
Matrix Storage Technology
Intel® High Definition Audio codec (SigmaTel*
STAC9221D)
Up to 8-channel audio with jack sensing
Yes
Yes via PCI/PCI-E
Gigabit (10/100/1000 Mbits/sec) LAN subsystem using the Intel®
82573E/82573L Gigabit Ethernet Controller
1
Yes via PCI or PCI-E slot
No
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Speed?
Number of IDE channels
Maximum number of disks
Number of SATA Channels
N/A
1
2
Four Serial ATA ports via integrated RAID controller
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•
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3.0 Gb/s
Support for Native Command Queuing (NCQ)
Intel® Matrix Storage Technology
Support for RAID and non-RAID drive configuration
Four Serial ATA ports via on-board discrete RAID controller
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Rear I/O connectors
Memory type
For RIMMs install CRIMM in
empty sockets
Number of memory sockets
Maximum memory support
Supported memory speed
MTBF
Rev 1.0
1.5 Gb/s
Support for RAID drive configuration only
4 x USB 2.0 port
1 x Parallel Port
1 x Serial Port
1 x RJ045 LAN Port
2 x PS/2 Keyboard & Mouse
ports
1 x MIC
1 x Audio Out
1 x Audio In
1 x S/PDIF
Note: 2 x USB 2.0 Internal
Headers (2 USB devices per
header)
1 x IEEE 1394 port
Note: 1 x IEEE1394 Port
through internal header
DDR2 (ECC and Non ECC) registered memory is not supported
N/A
Four 240-pin DDR2 SDRAM DIMM sockets
Support for up to 8 GB of system memory
DDR2 533MHz and DDR667MHz
99,721 hours
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Upgrading and ESD precautions
WARNING
Unplug the system before carrying out the procedures described in this document.
Failure to disconnect power before you open the system can result in personal injury or
equipment damage. Hazardous voltage, current, and energy levels are present in this
product. Power switch terminals can have hazardous Voltages present even when the
power switch is off.
The procedures assume familiarity with the general terminology associated with
personal computers and with the safety practices and regulatory compliance required
for using and modifying electronic equipment.
Do not operate the system with the cover removed. Always replace the cover before
turning on the system.
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this computer may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured green-and-yellow must be connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked by the letter E or by the safety Earth symbol Ω or coloured green or green-andyellow.
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured red.
CAUTION!
The Viglen D955XBK motherboard
and associated components are
sensitive electronic devices. A small
static shock from your body can
cause expensive damage to your
equipment.
Make sure you are earthed and free of static charge before you open the computer case. If you
are unsure about upgrading your computer, return it to Viglen so a qualified engineer can
perform the upgrade.
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STEPS TO TAKE TO PREVENT STATIC DISCHARGE:
1. The best way to prevent static discharge is to buy an anti-static strap from your local
electrical shop. While you are wearing the strap and it is earthed, static charge will be
harmlessly bled to ground.
2. Do not remove the component from its anti-static protective packaging until you are about to
install it.
3. Hold boards by the edges - try not to touch components / interface strips etc.
Note:
We recommend that you return your computer to the service department for upgrading. Any
work carried out is fully guaranteed. Upgrades should only be carried out by persons who are
familiar with handling IC's, as incorrect installation will invalidate the guarantee.
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• System Board Components
Figure 1. Motherboard Layout & Components
Table 2.
Item
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Description
Auxiliary rear fan connector
PCI Conventional bus add-in card
connector
PCI Express x16 (electrical x4) add-in
card connector
ATAPI CD-ROM Connector (Optional)
PCI Conventional Bus Add-in Card
Connector
Secondary PCI-Express x16 (electrical
x8) bus add-in card connector
Audio Codec
Item
V
Description
Legacy I/O
W
Main Power Connector
X
Y
Diskette drive connector
BIOS Setup Configuration Jumper Block
Z
Parallel ATE IDE Connector
AA
BB
Chassis intrusion connector
Battery
Serial ATA Connectors (ICH7-R/ICH7-DH
RAID) [2]
I
J
Front Panel Audio connector
Primary PCI Express x16 (electrical x 16
or x8) bus add-in card connector
Gigabit Ethernet Controller
DD
EE
K
L
Rear Chassis fan connector
Auxillary PCI Express Graphics Power
FF
GG
Rev 1.0
CC
Speaker
Front Chassis Fan Connector
Serial ATA Connectors (ICH7-R/ICH7-DH
RAID) [2]
Auxiliary front panel power LED connector
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M
N
O
Connector (optional)
Back Panel Connectors
Processor fan connector
R
LGA775 Processor Socket
Hardware monitoring and Fan Control
ASIC
Intel 82975X MCH
Intel 82801G I/O Controller Hub (ICH7-R
or ICH7-DH)
S
T
U
DIMM Channel A Sockets [2]
Processor Fan Connector
DIMM Channel B Sockets [2]
P
Q
HH
II
JJ
KK
LL
MM
NN
Front panel USB Connectors
IEEE-1394a front panel connectors
Serial ATA RAID Connectors (Discrete RAID)
(optional) [4]
SCSI Hard Drive Activity LED Connector
(optional)
Front Panel Connector
IEEE-1394a Controller (optional)
Serial ATA RAID Controller (Discrete RAID)
(Optional)
• Back Panel Connectors 7.1 Sigmatel audio 9221
Figure 2. Back Panel Connectors.
Table 3.
Item
Description
Item
A
PS/2* mouse port (Green)
I
USB ports (two)
B
PS/2 keyboard port (Purple)
J
Center channel and LFE
(subwoofer) audio out/ Retasking
Jack G
[Orange]
C
Serial port A (Teal)
K
Surround left/right channel audio
out/Retasking Jack H [Black]
D
Parallel port (Burgundy)
L
E
Digital audio out coaxial
M
F
IEEE-1394a connector
N
G
H
Rev 1.0
Description
USB ports (two)
LAN
O
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Audio line in/Retasking Jack C
[Blue]
Digital audio out optical
Mic in/Retasking Jack B [Pink]
Front left/right channel audio
out/Two channel audio line
out/Retasking Jack D
[Lime green]
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Note: The back panel audio line out connector is designed to power headphones or amplified
speakers only. Poor audio quality occurs if passive (non-amplified) speakers are connected to
this output.
• Front panel connections
The following are all connectors situated along the front edge of the motherboard. They are
often connected to buttons and LED’s situated on the front panel.
Figure 3. Front panel connectors
A- Hard Disk L.E.D. Connector
This goes to the Hard Disk L.E.D. on the front panel, which lights up when the IDE Hard Disk is
in use.
B - Reset switch connector
When these pins are shorted, it will cause the computer to perform a cold reboot.
C - Power L.E.D.
This attaches to the power L.E.D on the front panel, to display if the computer is active or not.
D- Power On/Off
When these pins are shorted it turns the computer on and off.
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• Motherboard Connectors
There are connectors on the motherboard for FAN, IDE, Power supply, CD audio, Floppy, IDE,
& Front Panel Connectors. The location and/or details of these connections are shown below.
Figure 4: Component Side Connectors
Item
A
C
Description
Auxiliary rear fan connector
PCI Conventional bus add-in card
connector
PCI Express x16 (electrical x4) add-in
card connector
D
ATAPI CD-ROM Connector (Optional)
B
Rev 1.0
Item
R
Description
Chassis intrusion connector
S
Front Chassis Fan Connector
Serial ATA connector 0 (ICH7-R/ICH7-DH
RAID)
Serial ATA connector 1 (ICH7-R/ICH7-DH
RAID)
T
U
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E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
PCI Conventional Bus Add-in Card
Connector
Secondary PCI-Express x16 (electrical
x8) bus add-in card connector
Front Panel Audio connector
Primary PCI Express x16 (electrical x 16
or x8) bus add-in card connector
Rear Chassis fan connector
Auxiliary PCI Express Graphics Power
Connector (optional)
Processor Power Connector
Processor fan connector
Main Power Connector
Diskette drive connector
Parallel ATE IDE Connector
Serial ATA connector 2 (ICH7-R/ICH7DH RAID)
Serial ATA connector 3 (ICH7-R/ICH7DH RAID)
V
Auxiliary front panel power LED connector
W
X
Front panel USB Connector
Front panel USB Connectors
Y
Z
IEEE-1394a front panel connectors (Blue)
Serial ATA Connector 7 (Discrete RAID)
AA
BB
CC
Serial ATA Connector 6 (Discrete RAID)
Serial ATA Connector 5 (Discrete RAID)
Serial ATA Connector 4 (Discrete RAID)
SCSI Hard Drive Activity LED Connector
(optional)
Front Panel Connector
DD
EE
• Jumper settings
CAUTION Do not move any jumpers with the power on. Always turn off the power and unplug
the power cord from the computer before changing a jumper setting. Otherwise, the board could
be damaged.
Figure 5. Motherboard jumper
BIOS Setup Configuration Jumper (J6J2) Settings
The 3-pin jumper block determines the BIOS Setup program's mode. The table below describes
the jumper settings for the three modes: normal, configure, and recovery. When the jumper is
set to configure mode and the computer is powered-up, the BIOS compares the processor
version and the microcode version in the BIOS and reports if the two match
Function/Mode Jumper Setting
Configuration
Normal
1-2
The BIOS uses current configuration
information and passwords for booting.
Configure
2-3
After the POST runs, Setup runs automatically.
The maintenance menu is displayed.
Recovery
None
The BIOS attempts to recover the BIOS
configuration. A recovery diskette is required.
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System Memory
The boards have four DIMM sockets and support the following memory features:
• 1.8 V and 1.9V DDR2 SDRAM DIMMs with gold-plated contacts.
• Unbuffered, single-sided or double-sided DIMMs with the following restriction:
Double-sided DIMMS with x16 organization are not supported.
• 8 GB maximum total system memory total amount of addressable memory.
• Minimum total system memory: 128 MB
• ECC and Non-ECC DIMMs
• Serial Presence Detect
• DDR2 667 MHz or DDR2 533 MHz SDRAM DIMMs
NOTES
• Remove the PCI Express x16 video card before installing or upgrading memory to avoid
interference with the memory retention mechanism.
• To be fully compliant with all applicable DDR SDRAM memory specifications, the board
should be populated with DIMMs that support the Serial Presence Detect (SPD) data
structure. This allows the BIOS to read the SPD data and program the chipset to
accurately configure memory settings for optimum performance. If non-SPD memory is
installed, the BIOS will attempt to correctly configure the memory settings, but
performance and reliability may be impacted or the DIMMs may not function under the
determined frequency.
The following table lists the supported DIMM configurations.
Table 6.
DIMM
SDRAM
Configuration
Capacity
Density
SDRAM Organization
Front-side/Back-side
Number of SDRAM
Devices
128 MB
SS
256 Mbit
16 M x 16/empty
4
256 MB
SS
256 Mbit
32 M x 8/empty
8
256 MB
SS
512 Mbit
32 M x 16/empty
4
512 MB
DS
256 Mbit
32 M x 8/32 M x 8
16
512 MB
SS
512 Mbit
64 M x 8/empty
8
512 MB
SS
1 Gbit
64 M x 16/empty
4
1024 MB
DS
512 Mbit
64 M x 8/64 M x 8
16
1024 MB
SS
1 Gbit
128 M x 8/empty
8
2048 MB
DS
1 Gbit
128 M x 8/128 M x 8
16
Note: In the second column, "DS" refers to double-sided memory modules (containing two rows of DDR
SDRAM) and "SS" refers to single-sided memory modules (containing one row of DDR SDRAM).
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Memory Configurations
The Intel 82975X MCH supports two types of memory organization:
• Dual channel (Interleaved) mode. This mode offers the highest throughput for real world
applications. Dual channel mode is enabled when the installed memory capacities of both
DIMM channels are equal. Technology and device width can vary from one channel to the
other but the installed memory capacity for each channel must be equal. If different speed
DIMMs are used between channels, the slowest memory timing will be used.
• Single channel (Asymmetric) mode. This mode is equivalent to single channel bandwidth
operation for real world applications. This mode is used when only a single DIMM is installed
or the memory capacities are unequal. Technology and device width can vary from one
channel to the other. If different speed DIMMs are used between channels, the slowest
memory timing will be used.
NOTE
The DIMM0 sockets of both channels are blue. The DIMM1 sockets of both channels are black.
Figure 6. Memory Channel and DIMM Configuration
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Dual Channel (Interleaved) Mode Configurations
Figure 7 shows a dual channel configuration using two DIMMs. In this example, the DIMM0
(blue) sockets of both channels are populated with identical DIMMs.
Figure 7. Dual Channel (Interleaved) Mode Configuration with Two DIMMs
Figure 8 shows a dual channel configuration using three DIMMs. In this example, the combined
capacity of the two DIMMs in Channel A equal the capacity of the single DIMM in the DIMM0
(blue) socket of Channel B.
Figure 8. Dual Channel (Interleaved) Mode Configuration with Three DIMMs
Figure 9 shows a dual channel configuration using four DIMMs. In this example, the combined
capacity of the two DIMMs in Channel A equal the combined capacity of the two DIMMs in
Channel B. Also, the DIMMs are matched between DIMM0 and DIMM1 of both channels.
Figure 9. Dual Channel (Interleaved) Mode Configuration with Four DIMMs
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Single Channel (Asymmetric) Mode Configurations
NOTE
Dual channel (Interleaved) mode configurations provide the highest memory throughput.
Figure 10 shows a single channel configuration using one DIMM. In this example, only the
DIMM0 (blue) socket of Channel A is populated. Channel B is not populated.
Figure 10. Single Channel (Asymmetric) Mode Configuration with One DIMM
Figure 11 shows a single channel configuration using three DIMMs. In this example, the
combined capacity of the two DIMMs in Channel A does not equal the capacity of the single
DIMM in the DIMM0 (blue) socket of Channel B.
Figure 11. Single Channel (Asymmetric) Mode Configuration with Three DIMMs
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Installing & Removing DDR2 SDRAM In-line Memory Modules (DIMMs)
Installing Memory
You can install from 128MB to 8GB of memory in the motherboard DIMM sockets.
The board has four 240-pin DDR2 SDRAM DIMM sockets.
The motherboard supports the following memory features:
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•
•
•
240-pin DIMMs with gold-plated contacts.
1.8 V and 1.9V DDR2 SDRAM DIMMs with gold-plated contacts
ECC (72-bit) and Non-ECC (64-bit).
128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB modules.
When adding memory, follow these guidelines:
• The BIOS detects the size and type of installed memory.
Note:
DDR SDRAM’s must meet the Version 1.0 June 2000 JEDEC Solid State Technology
Association specifications for DDR200/266 SDRAM.
To install DIMMs, follow these steps:
1. Observe the precautions in “Upgrading and ESD precautions”. Turn off the computer
and all peripheral devices.
2. Remove the computer cover and locate the DIMM sockets.
3. Holding the DIMM by the edges, remove it from its antistatic package.
4. Make sure the clips at either end of the socket are pushed away from the socket.
5. Position the DIMM above the socket. Align the two small notches in the bottom edge of
the DIMM with the keys in the socket. Insert the bottom edge of the DIMM into the
socket.
6. When the DIMM is seated, push down on the top edge of the DIMM until the retaining
clips at the ends of the socket snap into place. Make sure the clips are firmly in place.
7. Replace the computer cover.
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Removing Memory
To remove a DIMM, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Observe the precautions in " Upgrading and ESD precautions”.
Turn off all peripheral devices connected to the computer. Turn off the computer.
Remove the computer cover.
Gently spread the retaining clips at each end of the socket. The DIMM pops out of the
socket. Hold the DIMM by the edges, lift it away from the socket, and store it in an
antistatic package.
5. Reinstall and reconnect any parts you removed or disconnected to reach the DIMM
sockets.
Figure. 11. Removing DIMMs
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Intel Serial ATA RAID
The ICH7-R supports the following RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Drives) levels:
•
•
•
•
RAID 0 - data striping. Multiple physical drives can be teamed together to create one logical
drive. As data is written or retrieved from the logical drive, both drives operate in
parallel,
thus increasing the throughput. The ICH7-R allows for more than two drives to be used in a
RAID 0 configuration.
RAID 1 - data mirroring. Multiple physical drives maintain duplicate sets of all data on
separate disk drives. Level 1 provides the highest data reliability because two complete
copies of all information are maintained. The ICH7-R allows for two or four drives to be
used in a RAID 1 configuration.
RAID 0+1 (or RAID 10) - data striping and mirroring. RAID 0+1 combines multiple
mirrored drives (RAID 1) with data striping (RAID 0) into a single array. This provides
the highest performance with data protection. Data is striped across all mirrored sets.
RAID 0+1 utilizes several drives to stripe data (increased performance) and then
makes a copy of the striped drives to provide redundancy. The mirrored disks eliminate
the overhead and delay of parity.
RAID 5 - distributed parity. RAID Level 5 stripes data at a block level across several drives
and distributes parity among the drives; no single disk is devoted to parity. Because parity
data is distributed on each drive, read performance tends to be lower than other RAID
types. RAID 5 requires the use of three or four drives.
Discrete Serial ATA Interface (Optional)
As a manufacturing option, the board provides a Silicon Image Sil 3114 Serial ATA (SATA)
controller and four connectors (that support one device per connector) for SATA devices.
These
connectors are in addition to the four SATA connectors of the ICH7-R SATA interface.
The Sil 3114 controller uses the PCI bus for data transfer and provides a maximum data
transfer
rate of up to 1.5 Gbits/sec. The discrete SATA interface supports the following RAID levels:
• RAID 0
• RAID 1
• RAID 0+1
PCI Express Connectors
The board provides the following PCI Express connectors:
•
One PCI Express x16 connector. The x16 interface supports simultaneous (full duplex)
transfers up to 8 GBytes/sec. Single-ended (half duplex) transfers are supported at up to
4 GBytes/sec.
•
One Secondary PCI Express x16/x8 bus add-in card connector: The board provides a PCI
Express add-in card connector in the form of a physical x16 connector with electrical routing
of x8. It is important to note that this connector is an electrical equivalent of a PCI Express
x8 bus
•
A third PCI Express x16/x4 bus add-in card connector: The board provides a PCI
Express add-in card connector in the form of a physical x16 connector with electrical routing
of x4. It is important to note that this connector is an electrical equivalent of a PCI Express
x4 bus
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BIOS Initial Release.
First boot option set to CD-ROM drive.
BX97510J.86A.1181
Drivers initial release
Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4 Drivers are all not supported
Windows* 2000 Drivers
Audio: Sigmatel 9220/9221/ 9223
5.10.4991.0 24.06 MB 25 March 2006
INF: Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility 7.2.2.1007
945 KB
27 Feb 2006
LAN: Intel® PRO Network Connections
10.4
20.15 MB 10 May 2006
RAID Intel Manager + F6 driver disk
5.5.0.135
287 KB
11 April 2006
RAID Silicon Image + F6 driver disk
1.2.3.1_PV 227 KB
27 Feb 2006
Windows XP* Drivers
Audio: Sigmatel 9220/9221/ 9223
5.10.4991.0 24.06 MB 25 March 2006
INF: Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility 7.2.2.1007
945 KB
27 Feb 2006
LAN: Intel® PRO Network Connections
10.4
20.15 MB 10 May 2006
RAID Intel Manager + F6 driver disk
5.5.0.135
287 KB
11 April 2006
RAID Silicon Image + F6 driver disk
1.2.3.1_PV 227 KB
27 Feb 2006
Windows* XP64 Drivers
Audio: Sigmatel 9220/9221/ 9223
5.10.4991.0
24.06 MB 25 March 2006
INF: Intel® Chipset Software Installation Utility
7.2.2.1007
945 KB
LAN: Intel® PRO Network Connections
10.4
20.15 MB 10 May 2006
RAID Intel Manager + F6 driver disk
5.5.0.135
287 KB
11 April 2006
RAID Silicon Image + F6 driver disk
1.2.3.1_PV_XP64 271 KB
20 June 2005
Note:- All the above drivers are PC99 certified.
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