Well there are two reviews today on the ECS K7S6A Motherboard which is based on the new SiS 745 chipset that supports PC2700 (DDR 333) memory. the reviews can be found at the OCworckbench and at t-break so check them out and get their opinions on it.
As with the last few lots of news don't forget to check the next page but to kick off, at Active-Hardware they have their turn at the Soyo P4S Dragon Ultra (SiS 645) Motherboard with such features as an ATA133 RAID controller, a 6-line out C-Media
audio-card, 4 USB ports, support for DDR333 memory, and an integrated
10/100Base-T Ethernet controller but the big question is "How does it perform?"
Well I decided to to add another email account and what do I find? More news, so much that you'll have to check the next page again, but to get this lot off, at The Tech Report they have on hand the Abit's KR7A-RAID motherboard which went and got a perfect score out of them.
Today the VR-Zone takes a run with the Soyo P4S Dragon Ultra (SiS635) Motherboard which features CMedia 6 channels hardware sound, HighPoint HPT372 ATA133 IDE RAID, Support for optional Audio card for SPDIF and optical digital ports, Ethernet functions, Smart card reader and USB 2.0 support.
The Technoyard try to look past such features as the CMI 8738 6 channel sound, the on board 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, the Promise IDE RAID chip, not to mention the overclocking features to see if the SOYO Dragon Plus (KT 266A) Motherboard can keep up with other VIA KT266A boards.
Ok finally a quiet day as there are only 11 items today so I'll start over at Icrontic who had the Shuttle AK35GTR (KT266A) motherboard drop in on them but it's just a shame that they only had a GF2 MX400 to drop into it but they were very happy with the board.
I couldn't link this yesterday as the link wouldn't work but Abit has their press release up about their new KR7A-133R Motherboard which features the VIA KT266A northbridge coupled with the new VT8233A southbridge boasting native ATA 133 support.
Those folks at Hardware-Test keep rolling the reviews out and this time it'd the Legend QDI PlatiniX 2D motherboard based on the Intel i845D chipset and they think that it's amongst one of the most interesting boards presently available.
Tweakers Asylum today has a showdown between the AOpen AX45 and Shuttle AS40GTR Motherboards both of which are based on the SiS 645 chipset which offers support for 333 MHz DDR memory so head on over there to see if one fairs better than the other.