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Foxconn 755A01-6EKRS AMD Motherboard Review

Former staff writer    -   May 6, 2004


Closer Look (Cont.)
Advanced Chipset Features
Here we have the ability to adjust some of the AGP settings.

Hidden away in the Advanced Chipset Features menu is a DRAM Configuration menu. As you can see in the images below, you have the ability to change just about everything related to your memory to help get the best performance possible.

Integrated Peripherals
There are three subsections to this menu:

  • SiS OnChip IDE Device - Change or Dis/enable disable IDE settings (PIO, UDMA, Prefetch, DMA transfer access, etc.)
  • SiS OnChip PCI Device - Dis/enable the onboard USB1.1/2.0 controller, and enable USB keyboard/mouse. You can also select to have SATA port 1 & 2 act as regular drives or RAID drives.
  • Onboard SuperIO Device - Dis/enable the floppy disk controller, dis/enable serial, parallel, and other I/O devices.

Power Management Setup
Nothing out of the ordinary here. This section allows you to control the various ACPI settings, the state the system is at after power failure, and several "Power On By" settings which allow you to turn the system on via a click or press of a button.

PnP/PCI Configurations
This section is for IRQ and DMA settings. You can also reset the ESCD from this screen.




  1. Introduction
  2. Specifications
  3. Closer Look
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  7. Testing
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  18. Configuration
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