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Jump to another image > 01 : This definitely does not look like a value board 02 : The ECS KN1 Extreme board 03 : Purple PCB 04 : Extreme logo 05 : Nifty coloring huh? 06 : LAN controllers 07 : Dual BIOS chips 08 : You can really see the unique look of the board in... 09 : KN1 back plate 10 : Third IDE connector 11 : 6 Serial ATA ports and SiS180 12 : Tweaking bus speeds with nTune 13 : Hardware monitoring 14 : You can use nTune to optimize performance 15 : System info 16 : Adjusting voltages 17 : 802.11g WiFi 18 : ECS board compared to reference NVIDIA board 19 : USB and FireWire headers 20 : Color-coded DIMM sockets 21 : Lots of color coding actually 22 : Nice jumper 23 : See the LEDs above each PCI slot? 24 : Anti-Burn LED for memory 25 : Another shot of the LEDs including PCI-E LEDs 26 : Active cooling on nForce4 chip 27 : This is the duct for the auxiliary fan, hot air ex... 28 : Here you can see the fan from the interior angle 29 : Image # 29 30 : BIOS main menu 31 : Integrated peripherals menu 32 : Advanced chipset features menu 33 : Adjusting bus speeds 34 : DRAM config menu 35 : Memory bus speeds 36 : Adjusting CPU voltages
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