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The GA-8IP Pro motherboard can use either 20 or pin ATX power connectors and comes with a small plastic insert to block off the unused four pins as necessary. Gigabyte gains some user-friendliness marks with its documentation. There’s absolutely no reason ba-8i945p to use this, as installing it takes only a few seconds, even for a novice.
The necessary drivers are included on CD, as is a program to create a driver floppy ppro, but this is not explained in the documentation well.
We used pin ATX powersupply for all testing. We’ve seen a few other motherboard manufacturers slip up like this recently too, so we hope it does not become a trend. By default, the Intel P Northbridge chip is passively cooled, but Gigabyte has included a ;ro 40mm fan that clips to the top of the heatsink. We used the fan for all testing.
Gigabyte GA-8IP Pro Intel P Motherboard Review –
Gigabyte GA-8I945P PRO – motherboard – ATX – LGA775 Socket – i945P
A single PCI Express x16 slot provides the graphical interface. The ICH-7R Southbridge chip also features a small passive heatsink and this got quite toasty during testing. Following along in the traditional Gigabyte manner, this motherboard comes with a nice pile of extras.
We had to run the application directly first. Like clockwork, Intel can be relied upon to keep churning out chipsets, as well as reasons to want to use them. Also included is a prp illustrated hardware installation guide which essentially explains how to build a computer from start to finish.
GA-8IP Pro (rev. 1.x) | 메인보드(M/B) – GIGABYTE Korea
Gigabyte loses the user-friendliness marks they gained in the last paragraph. The driver ga-8i9945p software is slick and easy to use too, though in our case it did not run automatically from the driver CD.