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QDI-P6I440LX/ATX Legend I Motherboard

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QDI-P6I440LX/ATX Legend I
Intel 440LX chipset
Intel PentiumŪ II Processor 233/266/300/333 MHz
4 PCI Local bus slots
3 ISA bus slots
1 AGP (Accelerated Graphic Port) slot
Four 168pin DIMM sockets
Support up to 512MB SDRAM
Support up to 1GB EDO DRAM
Award Flash BIOS with Plug and Play ready
DMI compliance and built-in NCR 53C810 BIOS support
Two Bus Master IDE ports
Support up to PIO mode 4 and DMA mode 2
Support Ultra DMA/ ATA
Two high speed serial ports (16550 Fast UART compatible)
One enhanced parallel port (SPP/EPP/ECP support)
One floppy port supports up to 2 floppy drives (360K/720K/1.2M/1.44M/2.88M)
On-board two USB connectors
Support IrDA infrared
On-board PS/2 mouse and PS/2 keyboard connectors
Support ACPI (Advanced Configuration Power Interface) compliance
Three Green mode support: Doze, Standby and Suspend
SpeedEasy for jumperless CPU upgrade or jumper emulation mode
Intelligent Monitoring System (LM78 & LM75) for system voltages, temperature, chassis intrusion and FAN speed (optional)
Support LS-120 Floppy drive
Multi-boot support for Floppy, IDE, SCSI, LS-120, CD-ROM, etc.
On board switching voltage regulator (support 1.8V to 3.5V)
Support ECC (Error Checking and Correction)
Support LDCM (LANDesk Client Manager) software (optional)
Support Windows 95 software power shutdown
Support system wake-up by Modem Ring-On and Alarm-On
305mm X 244mm

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QDI makes good motherboards for the Intel Pentium and the Intel Pentium II CPU's. QDI makes motherboards better known for their ease of installation. Their Jumperless motherboards like the QDI P6I440LX/ATX Legend I saves you the hassle of setting hard to see jumpers. Install the CPU on the motherboard and the BIOS will detect it for you making life a little bit easier. QDI motherboards are moderately priced. If you are looking for a cheap motherboard or the lowest priced motherboard then QDI is not for you. However; QDI is not the most expensive motherboard either. QDI motherboards are good value.