Author: Niko Lupala
Editor: Amber Lupala
Albatron Px915g Pro Socket 775 motherboard
We have a raid manual, manual for the motherboard, and cd with drivers included with the board. Then we also have several cables for example: IDE cables, floppy, and SATA power converter. However, I am missing rounded IDE cables but as always Albatron thinks of the total price which they want to keep as low as possible for the buyer.
Some more accessories are also available as we have the I/O plate, sata cable, and extra usb ports. The board itself has a very colorful look as we can see on the right picture. Let’s now take a closer look at the features that this board holds.
The cpu is mounted very easily in this new socket system. Just pull up the clip and open it up; and after that you can just push the processor into the socket and push the clip down. The north and southbridge are covered by these heatsinks so we should see some overclocking later on in this review.
Sorry for the flash on the left picture! This is the heatsink that covers the southbridge. On this board you can run tons of harddrives as you have four SATA ports. Two raid ports and one IDE port.
The two blue slots are for the PCI express X1 cards. The red one is the main one which runs PCI express X16. Like with the AGP cards the PCI express slot has a locking mechanism so the card will not fall out when you for example move the computer around.
Close-up on the ports and on the right we have the chipset for the bios. This board runs with the familiar Phoneix award bios.