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    Default ASRock H61M/U3S3

    Phoronix: ASRock H61M/U3S3

    At Phoronix we have reviewed several different motherboards under Linux since the Sandy Bridge launch with either the P67 or H67 chipsets, but in this review we are looking at one that uses the Intel H61 chipset. The particular motherboard under test is the ASRock H61M/U3S3, which was launched a few months back, but we've been waiting for the Intel Sandy Bridge open-source support under Linux to mature a bit more.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=16225

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    Why there is no OpenGL intensive applications on this phoronix test?

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    Looks a great motherboard. Just what ASRock has been for years, with a good price.
    I have seen on the screenshots that you can set only 2 drives in the boot sequence. My ASRock K7S41GX from 2005 could put all available drives in the sequence, with its old AMI BIOS.
    But anyway, the BIOS is that easy to set-up today that you can just put another drive into the boot sequence if necessary. The ASRock BIOS has improved very much, except for the limited boot sequence.
    fernandoc1: The graphics card, Sandy Bridge, has been tested much this days.
    Last edited by AlbertP; 07-15-2011 at 11:13 AM.

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    Just wondering why new motherboards still include the old PS/2 and VGA ports. I can understand the rationale of including VGA since screens still ship with it (they shouldn't) but what about PS/2? That port should have already died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachinchi View Post
    Just wondering why new motherboards still include the old PS/2 and VGA ports. I can understand the rationale of including VGA since screens still ship with it (they shouldn't) but what about PS/2? That port should have already died.
    You can't enter your serial key on registering windows xp with usb keyboard. I have no idea if 7ista solved it, but looks like all pathetic world is waiting for pathetic windows and its bugs.
    Abit, now defunct company thanks to its crappy managers, were the first ones to make a board with usb and firewire only, dumping ps2, com and lpt altogether. That was in era of Socket A.

    Nice review btw. Having 4 memory ports of course would be better. Still, SATA are well arranged for high-end gfx cards.
    Last edited by crazycheese; 07-15-2011 at 03:19 PM.

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    VGA is outdated but still used often - many cheaper flatscreen monitors of the 21st century are still VGA-only. There is no reason why people shouldn't be able to keep using the same monitor when replacing their computer. I am still using the CRT monitor of my first computer from 1996.
    I agree that there has to be a DVI port too.
    Last edited by AlbertP; 07-16-2011 at 05:31 AM.

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