Gigabyte GA-K8NS (socket 754) USB?

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Gigabyte website doesnt say there is no USB and the manual has references to
USB in the BIOS but i would like to know if anyone can confirm if this board
has any USB on it?


ps - its the socket 754 version of the board


Re: Gigabyte GA-K8NS (socket 754) USB?

On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 13:07:18 -0000, "Christo"

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There is NO WAY it doesnt have USB. Ive never seen a board that doesnt
have USB.
2 x USB 2.0/1.1 connectors (supports 4 ports)

Anyway why get the 3100 ?  I know you arent in the US so prices may
differ greatly but  in the US last time I looked the 3100 sempron and
2800 AMD 64 were pretty close in price I think 8-10 bucks difference
so most go for the 2800 amd 64. Sure the 3100 is said to OC a lot but
the 2800 is said to OC a bit and is a AMD 64 chip.

Unless theres been a huge price drop on the 3100 recently it doesnt
seem as attractive to me. Ive been speculating that with a HUGE price
drop eventually I hope ---- like down to $80 for the 3100 sempron ,
itll make the regular socket a semprons totally unattractive and
really become the barton 2500 of the sempron era - a super OCer at a
dirt cheap price.  You know a cheap 754 socket board around $50 + $80
3100 but last time I looked it was more like 120 or so way too

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building for people, offering a budget/desktop system that isnt crap but
isn't gonna break the bank, i figured a 754 sempron would be just that, it
lacking in the Cache and HT sectors but it will do the job

im gonna be flogging them there, if you are interested, will only be
shipping UK tho, sorry if i offend anyone by posting a link to my own

Re: Gigabyte GA-K8NS (socket 754) USB?

The web site says up to 8 USB 2.0

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