GA-7N400 PRO 2 rev.2 questions

Discussion in 'Gigabyte' started by Larry Stone, Apr 7, 2004.

  1. Larry Stone

    Larry Stone Guest

    I am running a 3200+ on this board with a single 80 gig drive cinnected to
    the ITE RAID controller. It is a fast and reliable system but I have a few

    Device Manager shows the built-in Realtec network adapter (which I am using)
    and also a 1394 network adapter. I am not sure what this second adapter is
    or how to use it. I have the 1394 firewire port enabled but have not used

    The ITE RAID controller is installed and configured properly in Device
    Manager but if I try to open the RAID manager, I get a stop screen and
    reboot. Could this be because there is only one drive attached?

    My only complaint with this board so far is that due to a capacitor placed
    too close to the ZIF socket, I could not use the heatsink I wanted. The CPU
    temp never goes over 51C so it is not a problem.
    Larry Stone, Apr 7, 2004
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    jpsga Guest

    A 1394 *network adapter* ??
    AFAIK there is only network adaptor and that is the Realtec. I disabled the
    1394 FireWire as I don't use it.

    But gee ... you done good. I could not use my choice of HSF because of that
    cap and I am running about 61° C.
    jpsga, Apr 7, 2004
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    Jason Ash Guest

    If you are using WinXP, it sees a FireWire connecter as a possible
    network adapter. Using the correct cable, you could concievably connect
    two PCs through FireWire ports. A stupid and useless way to do it, but

    I also was almost unable to use the HSF I wanted on my board. I got
    around it by taking a hacksaw to the HSF, and trimming the corner that
    was in contact with the capacitor to get it to fit. Boy, did I not want
    to trim down my HSF, a nice Vantec AeroFlow.

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