Question about Intel Motherboard
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to MSI official website,
A C-Tick mark (see above) may also appear on MSI products that are
required to comply with Australian electromagnetic compatibility
requirements and radio-communications standards.
It signifies that the product may be legally sold in Australia. Now it requires EMC compliance must be marked with the C-tick logo and ACA supplier code number.ACA supplier code for MSI is N1996. The supplier (in this case is MSI) is responsible for holding a Compliance Folder that contains compliant test reports and a Declaration of Conformity.
This is more about ACA supplier code. According to ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority), Supplier Code Number means the number issued to a person by ACA or ACMA upon application for registration to use the compliance marks (A-Tick or C-Tick).
So now you know that N1996 is the FCC identifier code for MSI products. There is no way to identify the correct model number by just referring to N1996 alone. To find the exact MSI drivers, you need to find out the correct MSI model numbers, for example here are few of the correct MSI model numbers/codes, hope you can see the pattern here:
Please copy and past the abo
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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