Version 1.6h Driver
p5hxb16h.exe (144.4 KB)
How did P5HX-B support P55C:P5HX-B PCB 1.0 reserved the function of P55C on board in its original design, you can hrough modifying some resistors and components to provide 2.8V voltage
1. Add U26 (LT1584-ADJ ) with heatsink
2. Replace R150(124ohm) with 154ohm
3. Change Jumper setting of JP11-JP14 from short 1-2 to short 2-3
4. Maximum frequency supported by P5HX-B mainboard is 200MHz(66MHz x 3)
Sheik (DG Staff Member) on 24-Apr-2004
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|N2BBIOS.BIN||131.1 KB||17 Sep 1997|
|ECS Driver Update Utility||DriverEasy_Setup.exe||5.2 MB||117||Free Download >>|
|BIOS AK75-EC Driver||AK75EC0816.ZIP||158.9 KB||24||Free Download >>|
|BIOS Compaq Deskpro EC Desktop PC C500/810e Driver||sp13979.exe||595.3 KB||38||Free Download >>|
|BIOS PE11-EC Driver||NX761019.ZIP||215.0 KB||18||Free Download >>|
|BIOS PE11-EC Driver||NX760920.ZIP||215.0 KB||25||Free Download >>|
|BIOS PE11-EC Driver||NX760529.ZIP||251.7 KB||16||Free Download >>|
|ECS 945GCT-M2 Driver||4GC3100E.zip||364.3 KB||2||Free Download >>|
|ECS A780GM A Driver||ECS_A780GM_A_Driver.zip||5.0 MB||171||Free Download >>|
|ECS GeForce6100PM M2 Driver||ECS_GeForce610... ver.zip||3.3 MB||185||Free Download >>|
|ECS H55H CM Driver||ECS_H55H_CM_Driver.zip||1.9 MB||138||Free Download >>|
|ECS H61H2 M4 Driver||ECS_H61H2_M4_Driver.zip||3.5 MB||28||Free Download >>|
|ECS MCP73T M3 Driver||ECS_MCP73T_M3_Driver.zip||4.3 MB||170||Free Download >>|
|K7S5A Driver||k7s5a021029tsd.exe||250.4 KB||9||Free Download >>|
|P4VMM2 Driver||823x_320b_p.zip||227.4 KB||30||Free Download >>|
|p6stp-fl Driver||p6stp-fl.zip||1.4 MB||10||Free Download >>|
|PT - 6IBP-H / PT - 61BP-H (for Intel 440BX/ZX)) Driver||pt_6ibp.rar||391.8 KB||3||Free Download >>|
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