Asus TXP4 Driver
When Larry finally looked at the Asus manual for it closely, he saw that XP was not specifically identified as being supported by the board. Mostly crap, but there was also an ASUS TXP4 TX motherboard. Unfortunately, the previous owner decided to get what little money he. Automatically Update TXP4-X ASUS Motherboard Drivers with Easy Driver Pro.
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Asus TXP4 Driver
PC-133 on ASUS TXP4
Maximal documented speed is Mhz - 66 x 3,5 And on board are bulging I. So, the mainboard was already attempted to be Asus TXP4 to extend it's lifetime.
Hitano caps are, however, also pretty bad caps. On most pictures TXP4-X on the net or pictures opf the TXXE that looks very similar, just added audio and stuff are Asus TXP4 only two bottom caps there.
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Obviously Asus cheated Asus TXP4 customers already in Sadly the recap was not performed as well, as it should. Some soldering places ale slightly damaged. Probably the repair guy used too weak soldering iron and little or no resin, eh. Or had little experience in boards soldering.
Never less the board survived. Interesting is the use of small tantalus Kemet caps.
At the time it surely way attempt to use quality caps. Media buss 2 - what in the hell are supposed Asus TXP4 be this? Anyone got a idea?
Don't want to fry your new investment. You probably won't notice much if any performance increase though.
If you are thinking of having Mb in this, the machine may actually seem slower. This is due to the TX chipset only caching the bottom 64Mb of memory a deliberate policy by intel to kill Asus TXP4 socket 7 now, windows usually uses the top of the memory first, so at the moment if you are using most of that RAM, the OS is probably in the uncached area and your apps are running fairly fast in Asus TXP4 lower 64Mb cached RAM, however, if you go up to Mb, and never use the lower 64Mb much, in general Asus TXP4 are going to seem slower.
The multiplier is set to 3.
The resulting FSB is 7. So here we go: Guys, it is all Asus TXP4 a big pile of random accidents, to be perfectly honest with ya.
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It was an accitent that after passing thru so many people, his current owner Asus TXP4 me to recap the board. It was a accident that I decided to install the missing caps by design and hence probably made the 7. It was a accident that Asus TXP4 stumbled upon the Anandtech review with the overclocking settings 75 and 83Mhz.
And again it was a accident that I decided to try them. And the discovery how Asus TXP4 save CPU-Z dump when almost nothing work at the superlow clock was another accident.
VERY lucky one, mind you. And on the top of that, it was again accident that I even discover Asus TXP4 the board is working with the FSB 7. Asus TXP4 people would declare the board dead after like 30 sec of no post, right?