ASRock G41M-S3 - Placa base Intel (zócalo LGA775, micro ATX, memoria DDR3)
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Memoria.Non-ECSí.Memoria interna, máximo.8 GB.tipos de memoria soportados.DDR3 1333/1066/800.Número de ranuras DIMM.2.Procesador.Familia de procesador.Intel.Procesador socket.Socket 775.Procesador compatible.Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Dual Core, Celeron Dual Core, Celeron.Procesador FSB, soporte.1333/1066/800/533 MHz.Interno I/O.Chassis, conector de intrusión.Conector de cable frontal de audio.Potencia de conector ATX (24-pin).Número de conectores paralelos ATA.1.USB 2.0, conectores.Conector de disquetera.Panel trasero Puertos de I/O (Input/Output).Puerto serial.Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos.Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0.4.Cantidad de puertos VGA (D-Sub).Puerto de ratón PS/2.Altavoz/ auricular / line-out jack.3.Detalles técnicos.Placa madre, factor de forma.micro ATX.Placa madre chipset.Intel G41 Express.Soporte para proceso paralelo.No.Número de conectores SATA.Audio.Audio output channels.5.1.Sistema de sonido.Realtek ALC662.Ranuras de expansión.PCI Express x1 slots.PCI slots.PCI Express x16 slots.Aprobaciones reguladoras.Certificados.FCC, CE, EuP Ready.BIOS.Tipos de BIOS.AMI.BIOS, tamaño de memoria.8 MB.Otras características.Sistemas operativos compatibles.Windows XP, Vista, 7 32/64-bit.Red.Características de red.10/100 Mb/s.Controlador LAN.Realtek PCIEx1 LAN 8103EL / 8102EL.Vídeo.Controlador de gráficos.IGMA X4500.Adaptador de memoria gráfica.1759 MB.
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Worked fine with my old Q9650 4-core processor and Radeon HD4870 graphics card.
What took this down to 4 stars was the placement of the SATA ports. If you have a large PCIe graphics card, like the one I mentioned, you'll have to put in sata cables first, then literally squash them from the top with the graphics card, which even happens to bend the motherboard a little. Mine worked fine after that, still does.
Now, what took this down to 3 starts was a problem with the USB hubs. For some reason, whenever I tried to transfer any sizable files to USB flash drives (tried on Win 7, Linux Ubuntu, 3 different flash drives), the transfer froze and I couldn't do anything to cancel it save yank the USB flash out (since I couldn't "safely remove" it either). This happens on with all usb hubs and headers, and it cannot be a driver or USB drive issue (different OS tried, different drives tried), and I doubt it's a hardware problem - since it's hard to believe ALL hubs have the same thing wrong with them. I thought it was a systematic BIOS problem, so I upgraded the BIOS. This didn't help.
I contacted the support at ASRock, asking whether they knew about this issue and perhaps would suggest a fix with some BIOS setting or BIOS patch. They got back to me and told me to RMA it, I don't know what they were reading with since it's not what I asked for. I didn't have time to RMA (crunch time), and I didn't want the same problem to recur with whatever I got back from them.
In defense of the motherboard, I found that a large HITACHI 1TB external drive did work fine with the USB, and so do other USB peripherals, i.e. printer, mouse, keyboard, Kinect, webcam, mic, etc.
EDIT: I've been able to fix the USB problem a year later by tinkering with the USB settings in BIOS. If the AsRock staff actually provided some tech support instead of sugguesting RMA, it would save me time. If I'd actually RMA, they'd lose more money and time on shipping costs, let alone the cost of refurbishing the one I'd mail in. Not a very good business strategy.