Yeah, it is but it says that the MOBO does not support 3.3v, and use only 1.5v or 0.8 v, hat does this mean? And also, my other concern, is could this MoBo (Abit KV7-V), support splitting monitor? What I mean is that can I use 2 monitors at the same time , splitting the display?
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and got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "Abit
Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support).
Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating
system when requested. Look for manuals throughout the site.
If your going to replace or upgrade your motherboard, consider this following things:
1. Central Processing Unit(CPU) - Make sure that it can be use to the new motherboard or the motherboard supports your old cpu. If it is an Intel processor, get a motherboard that supports Intel processor or if AMD then get a motherboard that support AMD processors.
2. Memory Card - Make sure that it can also be usable to the new motherboard. If it is DDR then get a motherboard that supports DDR Memory Module or if it is DDR II then get a motheboard that supports it.
3. Video Card(if you have it aside from the onboard video device) - Make sure if you have a AGP Video card or PCI E video card it can be usable to the new motherboard.
Get a new motherboard that support all the stated hardware above.
Hope this could be valuable information for you..:-) Thanks..
Good day sir/maam, yes you can use a 1 TB HDD, get the SATA version depending on the bios but im not sure it be compatible with SATA1 on your motherboard, any new hard disk canor cant be read by any old motherboard, you may have problems with SATA versions, there are 3 versions, but the problem is the response of the hard disk. The rule of thumb, fast motherboards, for large hard disk, because it can access large amount of data very fast usually they are SATA3. So slow motherboards with large hard disk is kinda slow, you be bored. I suggest you stick on the recommended hard disk. If you want extra storage, get 3 hard disk and daisy chained them as master/slave.
i have searched the net for a manual for the mobo and nothing comes up not even on abit website,
however wired either way should work as i have many times reset a motherboard by shorting the two pins with a small screwdriver.