Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. If you are unable to POST, then your options are to either find a friend with a socket CPU and use that to boot yours up, and download a newer bios, then replace yours. The MCP chip has also moved and is now closer to the processor. If anyone here can help me out, I’d be grateful. I have personally used a few of their boards and been very happy, the Chaintech 9CJS immediately comes to mind as a pretty good overclocking board with excellent stability. Don’t confuse Value with cheap, the board comes with a fair amount of onboard features but lacks many of the extra stuff we have come to expect. Ask a question and give support.
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CPU Testing Page 5: Chsintech tells us that current boards should be equipped with active cooling for the chipset. Specialized features defend chaintrch spyware intrusions and hacker attacks. A dedicated secure networking engine enhances networking security while reducing CPU overhead Specialized features defend against spyware intrusions and hacker attacks An intelligent chqintech manager alerts you when unknown applications attempt to access the network Supports the new Microsoft networking architecture for fast and secure networking.
This is a bit pointless in our opinion, since many times hardware problems and conflicts occur which prevent the system from even being able to display images on the monitor. Since most of the processor and memory performance has already been exploited the only thing left to improve is the included features, enter the nForce4, feature rich and hot as hell.
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Temperature sensing for CPU and system. The clips on the retention mechanism are replaceable, so if one of the notches should break, simply get yourself a new retention mech. Don’t confuse Value with cheap, the board comes with a fair amount of onboard features but lacks many of the extra stuff we chainntech come to expect.
Make sure to have a motherboard from the latest production batch. Of course, including the brackets would probably increase the price of the motherboard slightly.
Vmf4/vnf4 board is based on the nVidia nForce4 Ultra chipset and as the name suggests is value oriented. Socket notches were notorious for being weak and breaking, when that happened, hltra were often forced to buy a new motherboard as well as a new processor.
Are you able to get into the CMOS setup? Click image to enlarge. You can’t beat its value! Now, I just hope my source was right. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.
Now if you install a heatsink on wrong the CPU will not fry, rather the chip will throttle down. For a full list of features please consult the Chaintech website.
Chaintech is one of the few manufacturers to produce an entry level motherboard for the socket AMD Athlon64 processor, and from what we’ve seen, its Zenith VNF4 Ultra has been scooping up a lot of sales.
When we first received the Chaintech for evaluation, it was supplied with a passive heatsink for the single-chip nForce4 Ultra chipset.
CHAINTECH VNF4/Ultra Socket NVIDIA nForce4 Ultra ATX AMD Motherboard – TechSpot Forums
Chaintech sent an announcement that they had updated the design for active chipset cooling due to high temperatures with the nF34 chipset. The last thing I want is one or TWO more tiny fans just vnf4/vbf4 the mobo to worry about failing Technical reasons aside the new location helps with cooling since much of the intake air passes by here.
While I love a black PCB though Red is much better it would be nice to see a little splash of something to offset the expandability a little. View this thread in our forums!
CHAINTECH VNF4/Ultra Manuals
Add your comment ultrz this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. For he is good. I would chainteech liked it if Chaintech included a few USB brackets.
I checked the chaintech website, and it does look like v5. I have found conflicting info on the web. If you are unable to POST, then your options are to either find a friend with a socket CPU and use that to boot yours up, and download a newer bios, then replace yours.
Most nForce4 based motherboards support such CPUs but not all of them do so out-of-the-box. Hot-swap capability, allowing disks to be changed without powering down the system. Chainttech VNF4 Ultra should have no problems fitting into those smaller cramped generic mid-towers that most low end systems use.