Abit BE-G Bios 11 7

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1. Systems can not detects the fan speed and automatically
shut down while using low rotation speed fan.
2. Adjust the SP_LED as following to conform to the
requirement:
S0.........Always on
S1.........Blink (faster frequency)
S3.........Blink (slower frequency)If the LED could not support
different blinking frequency, it would behave like S1 state.
S4.........Always off
S5.........Always off
3. Fix the multiplier of unlocked CPU shows incorrectly while
resumed from STR.
4. Update CPU micro code.(0F24/18, 0F27/33, 0F29/0E)
5. BIOS Compile Date: 4/25/2003.
Specifications:
The BE7-G is a next generation motherboard for Intel CPUs with
Hyper-Threading Technology. The BE7-G uses Intel's newest 845PE
chipset to bring the latest in technology to ABIT's Intel platform.
ABIT offers users the MaxIImum Edge by also incorporating Gigabit
LAN and Serial ATA150 onboard. ABIT succeeds in creating an Intel
PE-based motherboard with full features to ensure longevity and
flexibility.
Enhanced 533MHz FSB
The 533MHz FSB increases bandwidth and improves overall system
performance
DDR 333 Support
Supports up to 2GB of PC2700 and peak bandwidth of 2.7GB/s
Gigabit LAN on board
Lets you easily connect to the web without having to buy an
advanced Gigabit Ethernet card.
Serial ATA 150MB/s data transfer rate
Serial ATA is an evolutionary replacement for the Parallel ATA
storage interface. This new high-speed interface burst data
transfer rate up to 150 Mbytes/sec and more flexible power
tolerances, cables can be smaller and more efficient.
6-Channel Audio and S/P DIF Out interface
Lets you enjoy 6-channel audio without having to buy advanced sound
cards.
USB 2.0 Supports 480 Mb/s data transfer rate
Supports speeds up to 480 Mb/sec. Approximately forty times faster
than conventional USB 1.1
ABIT SoftMenu Overclocking
The overclocking function includes CPU frequency, multiplier, CPU
Vcore, memory voltage and AGP voltage adjustment available to
maximize your system performance.
Do use the latest driver version available, it will help you use
the facilities of your hardware easier and better. An old version
can create hardware conflicts and errors in function. Try to stay
updated with your drivers monthly or sometimes weekly. Chose wisely
the specific drivers: motherboards driver, bios, graphic cards
drivers, modem drivers and so on. Chose the right driver for your
hardware and try to make backups of your system every time you want
to make a change.