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Asus P5G41-M LE/CSM


$70.00 Released July, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very stable - designed for business and industrial use. Allows for older systems to be upgraded on a budget. Gigabit LAN - useful for server builds.

The Cons:Only supports up to 8GB of RAM. Lacks DDR3 memory support. Based on an aging CPU architecture.

The Asus P5G41-M LE/CSM is a low-end to mid-range microATX motherboard meant specifically for workstation/office use. It features an LGA775 CPU socket which provides support for a variety of Intel processors from single to quad core as well as support for up to 8GB of DDR2 RAM.

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Additionally, the P5G41-M LE/CSM sports Asus' EPU (Energy Processing Unit) for more efficient power consumption.

The P5G41-M LE/CSM's LGA775 CPU socket makes it compatible with any Intel Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium dual-core, Celeron dual-core or Celeron processor while its dual DIMM slots allow it to handle up to 8GB of dual-channel DDR2 RAM with data transfer rates of 1066(O.C.), 800 and 667MHz. Meanwhile, the P5G41-M LE/CSM's Asus EPU detects current PC loads and adjusts power accordingly, resulting in a more energy-efficient computer which is still able to achieve its full processing potential.

Features

  • LGA775 socket supports Intel Core 2 Extreme, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium dual-core, Celeron dual-core or Celeron processors
  • Supports up to 8GB of dual-channel DDR2 RAM @ 1066(O.C.), 800 and 667MHz
  • Video output: 1 x D-Sub + 1 x DVI
  • 1x PCIe x16 graphics lane
  • 6 Channel Audio support
  • LAN: Gb Atheros PCIe
  • Asus Energy Processing Unit

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    very stable - designed for business and industrial use

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    allows for older systems to be upgraded on a budget

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    Gigabit LAN - useful for server builds

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    good manufacturer warranty - 3 years

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    only supports up to 8GB of RAM

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    lacks DDR3 memory support

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    based on an aging CPU architecture

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    lacks PCI-E 2.0 - integrates the older 1.0 standard

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