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  • ASRock 4Core1600P35-WiFi+

    Phoronix: ASRock 4Core1600P35-WiFi+

    For years ASRock has been regarded as very much a budget motherboard manufacturer, while over time they've begun to introduce motherboards with more enthusiast-level features and even products that are more overclocker-friendly. It wasn't until recently that they finally started offering Gigabit ethernet and IEEE-1394a Firewire on their motherboards, but this month with their 4Core1600P35-WiFi+ they have made another step forward showing that they are able to offer an economically-priced motherboard with Intel's P35 Chipset and even integrated 802.11g WiFi. We have our hands on the ASRock 4Core1600P35-WiFi+ for testing and we will be seeing how well this P35 creation performs on Linux.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=11696

  • #2
    Michael, could you please add some technical data to the
    motherboard articles? I'm interested in lspci, lsusb and dmesg output (preferably from a very recent kernel (latest git )) so that there's an overview of the
    devices on the board.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by mlau View Post
      Michael, could you please add some technical data to the
      motherboard articles? I'm interested in lspci, lsusb and dmesg output (preferably from a very recent kernel (latest git )) so that there's an overview of the
      devices on the board.

      Still working on the best approach for publishing all of that technical information / Phoronix LCH 2.0 / et al. When returning from KDE release event, I may be able to post the ASRock info in this thread if I got the time.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • #4
        *bought the board all working fine, except the included WiFi module which just will not connect in Linux but works fine in Windows
        * also had the bent pins on the fan header

        considering a fresh install to see if that fixes the problem (running gutsy)
        Last edited by Cuppa-Chino; 01-26-2008, 09:41 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cuppa-Chino View Post
          *bought the board all working fine, except the included WiFi module which just will not connect in Linux but works fine in Windows
          * also had the bent pins on the fan header

          considering a fresh install to see if that fixes the problem (running gutsy)
          anybody running the asrock wifi module sucessfully under Hardy? if so how, help is appreciated

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          • #6
            Does anybody have this board working fully under Hardy AMD64 or Intrepid AMD64 ?

            my system specs
            e6300
            asrock 1600p35wifi+
            2gb ram
            nvidia 7900 gto
            twinhan tv card
            audigy 2
            ralink wifi card (always had problems with the inbuilt module)

            - need to us nvidia restricted drivers for 3d acceleration

            Especially suspend is really eluding me.

            hardy -19 kernel does not boot properly at all
            hardy -17 kernel does boot but does neither suspend or hibernate.

            I have tried a complete blank install of alpha 4 intrepid boots fine but once again suspend does not work.

            any help really appreciated.

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