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ECS P4M800PRO-M (V2.0) LGA 775 VIA P4M800 PRO Micro ATX Intel Motherboard

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  • VIA P4M800 PRO
  • Core 2 Duo / Pentium D / Celeron D
  • DDR 400/DDR2 533

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Extend the life of your existing system, and still get ready for dual core compatibility. The ECS P4M800PRO-M (V2.0) motherboard lets you keep your old RAM, graphic card and other components, and when you're ready, will support the latest 64-bit enabled Intel Core 2 Duo 1066 MHz FSB processors. Based on the VIA P4M800 PRO and VIA VT8237R Plus chipsets, this motherboard is also good for single core Pentium 4 HT processors (Socket T). It is equipped with both Dual Channel DDR 400 and DDR2 533 memory architecture with a maximum of 2 gigabytes.

The 4X/8X AGP slot lets you ramp up graphic power by adding an 8X AGP graphics card. The three PCI slots offer better upgradeability and increased system-flexibility, and two SATA 1.5 Gb/s connectors provide high-speed data transfers and reliable connectivity with SATA devices. Two PATA connectors also support up to four IDE drives. The on-board audio (Realtek ALC655) and LAN (VIA VT6103L) chipsets help your sound and LAN needs, and 4 USB 2.0 ports provide 480Mbps data rates.

This is a cool little mobo that can help you keep up with the competition without replacing your whole system!

  • newegg VIA P4M800 PRO + VT8237R plus Chipset Combined with the VT8237R plus chipset that provides Serial ATA ports with various RAID options, this powerful chipset supports Intel dual core CPUs and DDR and DDR2 memory for fast multi-tasking and a powerful computing environment.
  • newegg Intel Core 2 Duo Processor Support This motherboard supports the next-generation LGA 775 Intel Core 2 Duo processors. Utilizing Intel’s brand-new Core microarchitecture technology, the Intel Core 2 Duo processors are considered some of the most powerful and energy efficient CPUs in the world.
  • newegg Integrated UniChrome Pro Graphics Engine The integrated VIA UniChrome Pro IGP delivers a rich visual experience through innovative features such as the integrated MPEG-2 hardware acceleration for flawless digital media playback. The VIA UniChrome Pro IGP uses a dual-pixel pipeline, 128-bit 2D/3D engine supporting up to 64MB shared 64/128bit DDR memory for robust 3D gaming and applications.
  • newegg DDR and DDR2 Combo Design The P4M800PRO-M features two DDR and DDR2 DIMM slots for the ultimate flexibility for system memory upgrades.
  • newegg Serial ATA with RAID The revolutionary Serial ATA interface provides scalable performance for storage devices. SATA technology enables easy-to-install, high-performance and low-power hard drives. Two SATA ports support RAID 0 and RAID 1 for better performance and data security respectively.

Learn more about the ECS (EliteGroup) P4M800PRO-M (V2.0)

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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Customer Reviews of the ECS (EliteGroup) P4M800PRO-M (V2.0)

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  • John h.
  • 9/23/2013 3:48:22 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsawesome board

Pros: 7 years and counting, used 24x7 as a NAS server.

Cons: none

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  • Jac G.
  • 8/9/2007 5:09:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat transitional mobo

Pros: Works great if (like me) you have moderate gaming needs and you want to upgrade your CPU without upgrading the rest of your hardware. Very feature-complete, excellent for desktop or server use and for moderate gaming.

Cons: Not exceptionally fast, onboard graphics are apparently DirectX 8 (not 9), needed a BIOS upgrade and some tweaking. Only 3 PCI slots, no 1394, no TV out.

Other Thoughts: I got this mobo because someone gave me a 3.6GHz Prescott P4. My old mobo was Socket 478 based and used DDR400 and I didn't want to spend money on memory and motherboard right away. I saw very mixed reviews but decided to get it anyway and it worked perfectly after a BIOS upgrade. Unfortunately the onboard video wasn't compatible with a game that I wanted to play but this was quickly fixed by mounting my old AGP card. I had to give up some hardware because there weren't enough PCI slots and I had to start using my Audigy's 1394 port because this puppy doesn't have 1394 on-board unlike my old mobo. Later on, I got some 533MHz DDR2 memory later and had to tweak the settings to underclock the memory to 400MHz to get faster access (according to memtest86), but this problem is probably related to my CPU's FSB frequency and I'm happy with the result either way.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/4/2007 11:20:32 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsPretty good

Pros: Supports to kinds of memory DDR2 533 and DDR 400. Haven t had any problems with this MB works wonderfully. I was surprised because I original bought it as a temporary MB until I Can save the money to buy a good one but it has my main MB for a couple months now and now problems.

Cons: Onboard Video(for me at least I just though a Geforce 6800GS/XT Overclocked at 480/1100 in there and works fine)

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  • Frank H.
  • 6/26/2007 4:07:35 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsVery bad board

Pros: This board does have some good support for old stuff, the intergrated video card and sound is a plus, but it only lasted a couple months

Cons: Ok, where do i start? i assembled this system and went to boot it up, i had troubles with that, so i found out i had to flash the bios, did that and it ran well for a while. it started saying i had 512mb of ram when i really had 1GB, then after that, the bios went bad, to the point where you start the computer and it would shut down, finially, i dont know how, i got it to boot a program, and it wouldnt boot at all, nothing would, and if i went into the bios, it would shut down... like i said it this is a really bad board...

Other Thoughts: i think that no one should really get this board if you want a gaming machine or a machine that will last...

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  • WEI X.
  • 6/21/2007 5:34:23 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsInexpensive & Stable

Pros: I had it for 3-4 weeks already and it has been very stable with my pentium D. Good board, recommend for low budget media entertainment computer!

Cons: no pci-e slot, but the onboard video is ok for me

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  • Robert K.
  • 6/14/2007 7:10:33 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
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1 out of 5 eggsYou Get What You Pay For

Pros: Compatibility with outdated technology, relatively good manual.

Cons: Unstable, hard to configure it to boot windows, many ports do not work.

Other Thoughts: I bought this board to avoid upgrading my RAM to DDR2 and my X1600 Pro to PCI-E. I made a poor choice. Just like other users of this board, my computer randomly shuts down without warnings and powers back up. Also, the use of any PCI cards is impossible. My external hard drives will not work with the motherboard. The BIOS is poor and resets itself without warning or permission, causing Windows XP not to boot 1/2 the time. This board is really bad, and I am RMAing it for a better one.

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5 out of 5 eggsBudget overclocking !!!

Pros: Excellent budget board! Has backwards compatibility, has descent over-clocking settings in bios. Allows for voltage change of cpu, ram,gpu... For this price you can build a good cheap system with a Celeron D or Pentium D. Also has the cmos jumper that is easy to get to if needed. :)

Cons: Over-clocking has its limits a bit shorter than other brands. No firewire set-up.

Other Thoughts: I bought this board and a Celeron D 3.33ghz together with a gig of ddr2 4200 ram for an excellent price.I was able to overclock the Celeron D to 4.15ghz. Stable and the set-up took only an hour.

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5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: I own three of this board. All work well and it has been 6 months. Two pair with E6300 and the last one E4300. On-board Ethernet and audio work fine. This board allows to reuse AGP video and DDR. I did not use SATA or DDR2 yet.

Cons: Do not expect any overclock.

Other Thoughts: This board makes it possible for a cheap upgrade. I changed only the mother board, CPU and heat sink. For under $200, I got an 3x performance improvement - exactly what I needed for things like video editing.

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  • Robert N.
  • 5/18/2007 12:29:36 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsGarbage/Recycle

Pros: If you are fortunate to get a good board, it may last for a few months. All of mine are/were ECS P4M800PRO-M v2.0.

Cons: Since purchasing this board in Sept. 2006, I am on my 4th one due to random resets. A retailer was kind enough to exchange the first two. The third MOBO worked like a charm. Was able to play games again, etc. After a few months, the network port failed. No problem, popped in a spare NIC. Then a USB port failed, no problem just used another port. THEN it was the return of the random resets. Never had a BSOD, but intermittent resets. I RMA'd the MOBO to ECS. They said it tested good with ECS. I asked for further info about their test. I was told to contact Technical Service (still waiting for a reply since March). I will RMA this 4th MOBO, but will refuse to pay for shipping. I changed out every component including PSU and even tested the MOBO outside of the case on an anti-static mat. I was able to get the first two boards to work by setting the RAM clock to the lowest speed. That allowed me to install XP, but the MOBOs would still reset. I am about done with ECS.

Other Thoughts: Antec 350 Watt PSU, Pentium D 915, 768 of PC2100 (tried PC3200, PC2700), 80 Gig Western Digital IDE HD, Sony DVD+/-RW.

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4 out of 5 eggsSolid, Cheap Board

Pros: Solid Board, great as a bridge from the "old" waiting for the "new," easy set up and use, solid. I use it for low-level gaming and it runs sweet.

Cons: Small (it's micro-ATX, but I knew that going in), AGP and not PCI-E, SATA1 instead of SATA2. But these are truly minor complaints. This is a basic board, and nothing more.

Other Thoughts: No matter what, this board has kept me gaming for over a year now. I was looking for a really cheap upgrade from my old athlon 1600+ and this was a quick (combo) buy. I'm now buying a new CPU to further extend the life. Running 1GB RAM (pc2700), Celeron D 3.2gHz, and a HIS ATI X1600 512MB Video Card. Can run most modern games fine as long as you turn off all the bells and whistles!

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