ECS A890GXM-A2 (V1.0) Motherboard ATI Chipset Driver Package 8.710 for Win 7/Vista/XP Publisher's description
ECS A890GXM-A2 (V1.0) Motherboard ATI Chipset Driver Package 8.710 for Win 7/Vista/XP
The Latest Fierce but Elegant Motherboard
The latest ECS Black Series A890GXM-A2 is based on the AMD 890GX chipset with 140W Phenom II processor (Socket AM3) support.The A890GXM-A2 has integrated with ATIв„ў Radeon HD 4290 graphics IGP, which includes AMD CrossFire ,Hybrid Crossfire technology and DirectX 10.1 capabilities.A890GXM-A2 features convenient 4most display output interfaces, and RealTek ALC892 7.1CH High Definition audio with Content Protection for Blu-Ray.A890GXM-A2 is covered with QoolTech III Heatpipe in MOS,NB and SB to focus on Silent Cooling.In addition the SB850 features 5x SATA 6G ports and 1x eSATA, with RAID 0,1, 5&10 configurations, and proprietary ECS BIOS tweaking through the M.I.B III Overclocking utility. A890GXM-A2 has Onboard USB3.0 for supporting SuperSpeed USB 3.0 technology.
-AMD AHCI Compatible RAID Controller Driver
XP/Vista/7 x86/x64: v3.1.1540.151 (SB7xx), Release 2009/07/01
XP/Vista/7 x86/x64: v3.2.1540.60 (SB8xx), Release 2010/03/17
-AMD SATA AHCI Controller Driver
Vista/Win7 x86/x64: v188.8.131.52, Release 2010/04/07
-AMD PCI SATA/IDE Controller Driver
XP/Vista/7 x86/x64: Version 184.108.40.206, Release 2009/07/08
-ATI PCI Express (3GIO) Filter Driver
Vista/Win7 x86/x64: v220.127.116.11, Release 2010/03/10
-ATI SMBus Driver
WinXP x86/x64: v5.10.1000.8, Release 2007/02/26
-AMD RAIDXpert Software
XP/Vista/7 x86/x64: v2.4.1540.26 (SB7xx), Release 2009/03/30
XP/Vista/7 x86/x64: v3.2.1540.10 (SB8xx), Release 2009/12/16
-Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 are required
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