ASUSTeK COMPUTER P4C800-E Deluxe, Socket 478, Intel Motherboard
About this product
|MPN||90-M8LB85-G0UAY0, 90-M8LB85-G0UAY0 P4C800-E Deluxe, P4C800-E DELUXE, P4C800E DELUXE|
|CPU Type||Celeron, Pentium 4|
|Chipset Type||Intel 875P|
|Data Bus Speed||800 MHz|
|Storage Controllers||ATA-100, ATA-133 (RAID), Serial ATA-150, Serial ATA-150 (RAID)|
|Supported RAM Technology||DDR SDRAM|
|Supported RAM Integrity Check||ECC|
|Audio Output Type||Sound card|
|Telecom / Networking|
|Networking Type||Network adapter|
|Sleep / Wake Up Features||Keyboard wake up|
|Hardware Monitoring||CPU core voltage|
Most relevant reviews
- 2013snakebit240Apr 7, 2013by
This is great board. It's fast and supports 4 GB of ram. It is overclockable with no problems. I would liked to have had this board a lot sooner than when I found out about it.
- dicklh2d7hMar 9, 2012by
If needed, I would purchase from this seller again.
Glad to find the replacement I needed for my wifes older computer. Even though after finding out it was coming from China actually didn't make much difference because from the time I ordered it to when I got it at my home was only 5 days. The mother board was as advertised and works great.
- john416mikeJun 4, 2013by
Well worth it!!
Overall a Great motherboard, have always liked the Asus motherboards, this model is hard to come by, luckily there were some examples on Ebay. If your wanting to build a "retro" computer system, then this is the motherboard to start out with!!.
- dumpsdadApr 19, 2012by
This board is the flip side of the Intel D875PBZ of which I've built 3 systems on. Asus got it right...great expansion capabilities and ease of component installation. Along with the afore mentioned D875PBZ, the P4C800-E Deluxe is among the very best p4 socket 478 motherboards ever made.
- r.trouttApr 8, 2010by
Sweet overclocker, rock solid for P4 3.4EE & 3.2EE Fun!
They are fine as frog hair and getting to be rare as hen's teeth! Very Stable, and lots of great features to build a system that can and probably will serve the builder for years! I liked the first one so much, to go with a P4 3.2Ghz EE, that I bought a second one to go with a P4 3.4Ghz EE! If need be, reloading the BIOS is a snap! The desktop CMOS flash utility takes a lot of mystery out of updating the BIOS for the less experienced user. No need for a floppy and that scary looking DOS screen. All you need is a reliable internet connection and the utility does the rest. New boards are probably impossible to find but if you have a vendor you trust, used ones work just fine. You can't go wrong with this motherboard!<br>Regards, Rick