JOEY, You need that one cable. BD51 Mine was the SR version board and does have the pins and bracket. Now, as far as I can see, nowhere is it explained how I connect the mobo to a bt device after I have attached the usb2. What I meant with my reply was that there is a posbility to upgrade this motherboard withe the riser card via an cable to bluetooth. There is only the connector.
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But what does that mean?
This prob has cause me massive confusion!!! Did MSI miss anything with this motherboard? Other then that, if one uses a large clip on heatsink, there is nothing to block your way. There is only the connector.
There aren’t any pins on the board to allow for direct connection nor did I get a cable for it!!! Hopefully retail boards will overclock better then this beta one.
MSI Mssi Pro: I did not I repeat NOT get the riser card or the dongle with my motherboard. Which KT4 Ultra package you bought?
Bluetooth Connector: Jbt2 (optional) – Msi KT4 Ultra User Manual [Page 47]
That’s why I was wondering why the connector, what connects to it to provide bluetooth, and whether that is included.
MSI KT4 Ultra User Manual: Bluetooth Connector: Jbt2 (optional)
I did realise that the USB2. That’s NOT a Bluetooth transceiver. I can later upgrade though to bluetooth.
There’s a bt connector on the bracket. BD51 Mine was the SR version board and does have the bluftooth and bracket. Please login or register. Fine, pins and bracket included. No I don’t think so! Bluefooth motherboards have always been well rounded with great hardware features and good prices, but they’ve usually never really been regarded as supernatural overclockers.
From our standpoint, we have been seeing the bluegooth of new devices and on board features from the days of the original KT chipset.
That means, If you have MS or MS bundled with the motherboard, plug it in, install the respective drivers, then you can have your PC to connect to any Bluetooth device s in the neighbourhood, provided there is any Bluetooth device s around.
MSI KT4 Ultra-BSR – motherboard – ATX – Socket A – KT400
I know I always tell you guys to be patient and go slowly but I never follow those rules. Now even with on board IEEE and bluetooth support, it is really those two small Serial ATA connectors which manage to draw our undivided attention.
It’s nice to see that MSI continually upgrade their boards to the latest technological goodness. It is also bluetooth ready. As you will see, Serial ATA cables are really tiny and operate on a point-to-point topology bleutooth drives are not yet available so we can’t offer any benchmarks at this time unfortunately.