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A Marvell s 88E8050-NMC does duty as a LAN controller, since Intel evidently couldn't makes its own chip fast enough.
As a FireWire solution, Intel decided to go with the Agere FW323-06, which supports a maximum data transfer rate of 400 MBit/s.
Intel includes its proprietary desktop utility for monitoring temperature and fan speed in Windows XP.
The manual explains board installation in a very easy-to-understand manner.
A typical Intel box: the most important information is clearly marked.
|manuals (coming in the next time)
|Drivers & Tools CD
|1x 80-pin ATA cable
|1x Floppy cable
|2x SATA power cable (2 devices)
|1x IO panel shield
|1x slot panel 2x USB 2.0 and 1x Firewire (big)