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The Tweakers Asylum has just posted a review of the AOpen AK77Pro Motherboard. It features the VIA KT266 chipset and support for that good old DDR RAM. here's a snip:
"Taking a quick look at the AK77 Pro you will notice several new designs and features from AOpen that scream "quality". Of course it takes quite a bit more than just cool looking designs and features. You could probably trick out a Pinto to look like a serious sports car, but unless you modify the engine, it's still a flaming pile of Pinto."
Today ASUS announced the release of it's A7V266-E motherboard while Abit done the same with their KR7A motherboard. Both boards are based on VIA's KT266A chipsets.
TECHhard have just put up their review of the ASUS A7N266-V which uses the new nVidia nForce chipset and is the second board based on it that they have reviewed, the first being the MSI K7C12-PRO.
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