|The GA-EP45-UD3R introduces revolutionary Gigabyte Ultra Durable 3 technology featuring a 2 oz copper PCB to help reduce system temperature and dramatically enhance performance. Based on the Intel P45 chipset the GA-EP45-UD3R delivers a record-setting 1600MHz FSB for the Intel Core 2 multi-core processors, and supports dual channel DDR2 memory at speeds of up to 1366MHz and even higher. Additionally, the GA-EP45-UD3R incorporates Gigabyte DES Advanced technology for industry leading energy saving and enhanced system efficiency.|
|CPU Type||Celeron, Celeron 400 sequence, Celeron Dual Core, Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Pentium 4, Pentium D, Pentium Dual Core, Pentium Extreme Edition|
|CPU Socket Type||LGA775 Socket|
|Chipset Type||Intel P45 Express|
|Data Bus Speed||1600 MHz|
|Storage Controllers||ATA-133, Serial ATA-300 (RAID)|
|Power Connectors||24-pin main power connector, 8-pin ATX12V connector|
|Installed Qty (Max Supported)||1|
|Supported RAM Technology||DDR SDRAM, DDR2 SDRAM|
|Audio Output Type||Sound card|
|Audio Codec||Realtek ALC889A|
|Compliant Standards||High Definition Audio|
|Telecom / Networking|
|BIOS Features||ACPI 1.0b support, DMI 2.0 support, SMBIOS 2.4 support|
|Hardware Features||Chassis intrusion detection, DualBIOS, EasyTune6, GIGABYTE Dynamic Energy Saver Advanced, Q-Flash, Time Repair, Ultra Durable 3|
|Hardware Monitoring||CPU core temperature, CPU fan tachometer, CPU overheating protection, chassis fan tachometer, chassis temperature, power supply fan tachometer, system voltage|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Storage Interfaces||Intel ICH10R : SATA-300 - connector(s): 6 x 7pin Serial ATA - 6 device(s) - RAID 0 / RAID 1 / RAID 10 / RAID 5 ¦ ATA-133 - connector(s): 1 x 40pin IDC - 2 device(s) ¦ SATA-300 - connector(s): 2 x 7pin Serial ATA - 2 device(s) - RAID 0 / RAID 1 / JBOD|
|Interfaces||1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) - 4 pin FireWire, 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) - 6 pin FireWire, 1 x audio - SPDIF output - RCA, 1 x audio - SPDIF output - TOSLINK, 1 x audio - line-in - 4 pin MPC, 1 x audio - line-in - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 1 x audio - line-out (center/subwoofer) - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, 1 x audio - line-out (rear) - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 1 x audio - line-out (side surround) - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 1 x audio - line-out - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 1 x keyboard / mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style), 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 1 x mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style), 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45, 1 x storage - floppy interface - 34 pin IDC, 8 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A|
|Additional Connectors||1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire), 4 x Hi-Speed USB|
|Cables Included||1 x IDE cable ¦ 1 x floppy cable ¦ 4 x Serial ATA cable ¦ 1 x Serial ATA internal to external cable|
|Software Included||@BIOS, Drivers & utilities, EasyTune 6, Norton Internet Security, Q-Share|
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Install Snow Leopard on Your Hackintosh PC, No Hacking Required
Two weeks ago I detailed how to build a Hackintosh with Snow Leopard, start to finish, with a little Terminal work. If you're not comfortable with command-line hacking, you can now install Snow Leopard on your Hackintosh with just a few point-and-clicks.
So what's changed between my last guide and this one? In short, one of the incredibly helpful and generous people who helped walk me through the installation process last time was kind enough to wrap all the tedious Terminal work into one dead simple installer. Where two weeks ago I showed you how to prepare your thumb drive (and after that, hard drive) with a custom bootloader that allows you to boot into OS X on regular old PC hardware, now all you have to do is run a package, point it at the drive you want to prepare, and then let it take care of all the nitty gritty. It could not be more simple.
What You'll Need
* Supported hardware. I laid out my list of supported hardware in my previous post here. It's not the only hardware that will work with OS X, but it's the only hardware that's guaranteed to work with this guide.
* A USB thumb drive that's at least 8GB in size (I'm using this 16GB Corsair drive, but obviously any sufficiently sized thumb drive should do just fine.)
* A copy of the Snow Leopard Install DVD. You can use the $29 "Upgrade" disc to install, even though this is a fresh installation. Note: If you feel like being completely honest, go ahead and buy the Mac Box Set-though, honestly, Apple's practically made it hard *not* to buy the fully functional install disc.
* Another Mac to prepare your thumb drive. (You'll only need this other Mac for a few steps. I used my MacBook Pro, but you could also borrow a friend's for an hour or so, too.)
* The EP45UD3P Snow Leopard install package. This package allows you to skip all the command line work in my last guide, and you can download it here.
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Great board. Everything I hoped it would be. Extremely dependable for a used board. Has easy to use bios and holds plenty of ram :):):)
This MB is a beast at over clocking when the right components are used. The product is 100% reliable even under severe stress with high overclocks. For a discontinued board it still gets a lot of interest and it shows when it comes to winning a bid for this board.
this board is a great board has alot of usb connections. and big graphics cards do not get in the way also this board is great if you are trying to build a hackintosh system with OS X Snow Leopard. i would recomend this board to all my friends.