Gigabyte GA 8 PE800 rev1.1 P4 Titan

  450223 28 Jun 12
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I have the above motherboard, which chipset should I be intalling please, INF chipset or Chipset Intel IAA? Many thanks,

  chub_tor 28 Jun 12

Your board seems to be too old to show up on the Gigabyte website support page but this link Click Here suggests that it is the Intel IAA you should be looking for.

  KRONOS the First 28 Jun 12

Is this your mobo/ Gigabyte.

  chub_tor 28 Jun 12

Well found Chronus, I searched and searched for that without success.

  KRONOS the First 28 Jun 12

chub_tor

I must admit it was not difficult. lmgtfy.

  chub_tor 28 Jun 12

Chronus that's interesting, when I Googled it all I got was boards for sale on ebay so I went direct to the Gigabyte website and searched there - it wasn't found and did not show up under legacy support. Must try harder next time - but we still haven't directly answered the OP's quextion have we?

  KRONOS the First 29 Jun 12

I thought you had,it is indeed intel.

  450223 29 Jun 12

Many thanks Chronus and Chu_tor I have read your various communications. Chronus you say "I thought you had,it is indeed intel." Both the IAA and the INF say they are Intel within the file name.... So which one?

  chub_tor 29 Jun 12

Click Here it seems that installing both is advisable, I must admit I had never heard of IAA which is the Intel Applications Accelerator.

  KRONOS the First 29 Jun 12

450223

My apologies I did not research as far as I should have. May I ask the reason for posting this thread as it is an interesting question and a little background would be useful.

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