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AOpen AX4B Pro 533 i845E Motherboard Review

| Motherboards News | Posted: Aug 3, 2002 3:31 am

Active-Hardware today looks at the AOpen AX4B Pro 533 i845E motherboard.

The previous generation of this motherboard -- the AX4G Pro -- was based around the "G" series of the Intel i845 chipset, who's only remarkable feature was an integrated graphics card. The biggest difference between this board and the last, however, is support for DDR333 memory. With the introduction of the AX4G Pro, AOpen's engineers had seen fit to tweak the chipset's settings in order to allow for the 166MHz memory bus required by the DDR333 standard.
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