So, my friends computer is not producing video output. The monitor works, I've tried the CPU and RAM inside of my computer, so I know they work. On the initial build we forgot standoffs and the motherboard produces no beep codes of any kind. This lead me to believe that it was t he motherboard.
Hi folks,good AM3+ motherboard with supported USB 3.0 chipsetI was searching for hours, many hours - but found nothing! The usb 3.0 chipset support (asmedia, etron, ...) seems to be a big problem under linux.
The prices for the AMD-CPUs are so low, I would like to set up a new box - but with a motherboard fully supported.
I saw Jyde posted a question about same motherboard but I couldn't see from replies which
Linux distribution can run on it. I tried running SuSe 11.2 (32 bit) installer on it but it just dies...Which Linux should I try then?
I am thinking about building a computer which will be running windows 8, and I'm looking for a good motherboard. I will mainly be using the computer for image and video editing, as well as 3d modeling, animation, and rendering (using programs such as after effects, premiere pro, photoshop, illustrator, and blender), so I need a computer that can handle this stuff easily.
xUbuntu 9.04 (Jaunty)
Linux Kernel: 2.6.28-14-generic
Hardware: Custom built HTPC
Chip: Core 2 Duo Penryn, 32-bit (e8400)
Motherboard: ASUS P5QL/EPU
Video card: Nvidia 9800 GTX (OC'd from the factory)
NVIDIA driver: Linux-x86-185.18.36 (just updated tonight from 185.18.14).
I would like to build a stable & fast Linux system for personal use with the following features: (1) motherboard with built-in audio, video, supporting RAID, etc (in brief would like avoid using any card); (2) 64 bit processor. I will use this system for photo/video editing, programming, etc. Would greatly appreciate your recommendations on motherboard and processor.