- Model Name: D975XBX2KR
- Processor Socket: LGA 775
- Form Factor: ATX
- Chipset Type: intel_975x_express
- RAM Memory Technology: DDR2 800
Intel D975XBX2KR Intel Core 2 Duo Ready Socket 775 ATX Motherboard
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- Intel 975X Express Chipset supports Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Windows Vista-ready
- Up to 8 GB of DDR2 system memory with 800, 667, or 533 MHz DIMMs
- 8-channel (7.1) audio with 5 analog audio outputs and two S/PDIF digital audio outputs
- Gigabit (10/100/1000 Mbits/sec) LAN subsystem using the Intel 82573E/82573L
- 8 USB 2.0 ports, 4 Serial ATA interfaces with RAID support, 1 parallel ATA IDE interface with UDMA 33, ATA-66/100 support
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What's in the Box:
D975XBX2 Desktop Board, ATA 66/100 IDE cable, Floppy cable, four Serial ATA cables, Intel Express Installer driver CD-ROM, Intel Express Installer software DVD-ROM, Configuration Label, I/O Shield, Rear Panel USB 2.0 adapter, 2x2 to 2x4 power supply cable adapter, Intel Matrix Storage RAID driver diskette, Marvell SATA Controller RAID driver diskette, Back Panel Audio Covers, Quick Reference Poster, Integration Guide Poster, and Printed Product Guide.
Top Customer Reviews
System configuration is:
Intel C2D E6600
Intel XBX2 Bad Axe 2
2 x 1024 Corsair xms2 pc2 6400 c4
Ultra X-finity 600 watts
Evga 8800 GTS 320 MB Superclocked
So far, this mobo, is the best component on my pc, will buy it a hundred times. Good overclocker, great bios, awesome Raid sata options, and one more thing, this mobo is future proof, you can get all intels cpus from Conroes to penryns and beyond!!!, SWEET!!!
UPDATE: A few months ago I upgraded my computer to 8GB RAM and an Intel Q6600 quad-core processor. The upgrade process was nearly painless and has been running nicely for the several months I've owned it. Overall, I have been very pleased with the D975XBX2 motherboard. I keep the computer running 24x7 and use it on average about 10-12 hours per day for full-time work using VMWare Workstation to host a couple of virtual machines (Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008), Visual Studio 2008, and SQL Server Developer Edition.
Wish Intel would soon release their new X38 MoBos. Its been some time now :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great, stable mobo. When I finally upgrade, it would be to an Intel motherboard. Best mobos on the market.Published 17 months ago by Raffaele
Received exactly what was specified in the production description. Arrived ahead of time in.Published 19 months ago by Michael E.
the mother board has no problems with additional cards and the processor is very efficient it will last for yearsPublished on April 20, 2013 by Douglas Revere
SI QUIERES UN EQUIPO EXTREMO ESTA TARJETA CON TRES AÑOS DE USO SIGUE SIENDO LO MEJOR DE LOS MEJORPublished on May 5, 2010 by Francisco Castillo
This Product installed in minutes and had very clear instructions. Perfect for even the most inexperienced user.Published on June 14, 2008 by Amazon Customer
One Great Board,You Can Not Ask For A Better Board,It Does Everthing I Could WantPublished on April 6, 2008 by Thomas C. Coffield