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Friday, October 21, 2005
 Albatron's PX915P-2V Jumps on 64-bit Celeron
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Message Text: Albatron Technology announced its PX915P-2V mainboard which uses Intel's Celeron D series (LGA 775 socket) CPUs which support the EM64T technology.

The PX915P-2V provides users with a more price-friendly transition into the world of Intel 64-bit platforms. The motherboard also supports the 32-bit applications along with support for 32-bit operating systems.

The Intel Celeron D will also include support for the Execute Disable Bit, a feature that prevents malicious attacks of memory space causing buffer-overflows. The Intel Celeron D is built on the power-efficient 90 nm process technology. Aside from Celeron D CPUs, this mainboard also supports Pentium 4 CPUs.

The board uses the Intel i915P/ICH6 chipsets and contains two PCI-E slots providing dual graphics functionality. The PX915P-2V also includes a Realtec 10/100 Mbps integrated LAN chipset and supports 6 Channel Audio. There are 4 SATA channels on this board. The supported memory is the DDR2 533 MHz.

Overclocking capabilities are available through Albatron's Dr. Speed and the ABS (Albatron BIOS Security) utilities.
 
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