Asus P4SP-MX Bios 1004 Publisher's description
Asus P4SP-MX Bios 1004
Support new CPUs.
Fix updated WinXP SP2 can not boot up the system with new CPU.
Based on the SiS 651 chipset, P4SP-MX enables powerful integrated graphics and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology. With peak bandwidth of 2.7GB/s and 533 FSB support, and unique features such as CrashFree BIOS and EZ Flash, SoundMAX digital audio, and 10/100Mbps LAN. P4SP-MX also supports the next-generation Intel Prescott CPU.
Intel Prescott CPU and H.T. Technology support
P4SP-MX supports 533/400MHz system font side bus that allows 4.3GB/s and 3.2GB/s data transfer rate. The P4SP-MX also supports the next-generation Intel Prescott CPU and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology.
ASUS EZ Flash
With ASUS EZ Flash, you can update BIOS before entering operating system. No more DOS-based flash utility and bootable diskette required.
CrashFree BIOS allows users to restore BIOS data from a floppy diskette even when BIOS code and data are corrupted during upgrade or invaded by virus. Unlike other competing vendors' products, ASUS motherboards now enable users to enjoy this protection feature without the need to pay for an optional ROM.
Powerful Integrated Graphics
The P4SP-MX delivers powerful integrated 2D and 3D graphics performance for functionality and value.
SoundMAX Digital Audio System
The SoundMAX Digital Audio System is the industry's highest performance and most reliable audio solution for business professionals, audiophiles, musicians, and gamers. SoundMAX Digital Audio System can output 5.1 channel surround sound and features state-of-the-art DLS2 MIDI synthesizer with Yamaha DLSbyXG sound set, 5.1 Virtual Theater?and supports all major game audio technologies including Microsoft DirectX?8.0, Microsoft DirectSound 3D? A3D, MacroFX, ZoomFX, MultiDrive 5.1, A3D and Extreme AX.
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