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Jon "Albinus" Albiez has just finished up his review of the Aopen AX37 Plus Motherboard. It features the VIA Apollo Pro 266 chipset, and is designed for the Pentium3 line of processors. let's go see how the VIA chipset handles the task of running a Pentium, shall we?
Cameron "Sov" Johnson has just finished taking a look at the Asus A7V266 KT266 Motherboard. Lets join him as he helps us to decide if this is a worthy investment for our future upgrades.
Well; after a bit of an absence from the online world, it's time to start getting down to business again. So let's start it off with a review by Cameron "Sov" Johnson of the Asus P4B i845 Motherboard. It mixes the power of the Pentium4 processor with the affordability of SDRAM memory modules.
Cameron "Sov" Johnson has just finished up some testing of the EPoX 4T2A3 Pentium 4 Motherboard. It features the i850 chipset and support for the fastest memory available; RDRAM. Come on in and join us as he takes us on a test drive of a very fast board.
Cameron "Sov" Johnson has finished up with some testing on an MSI K7N420 nForce Motherboard. With all the hype about the new nForce chipset, it's time to see if it can meet the expectations of the publicity. So come join us as we find out for ourselves if the new nForce is all it's cracked up to be.
Our newest writer, Asher "Acid" Moses has posted a review of the Abit KR7A-RAID KT266A Motherboard which is based on the new VIA KT266a chipset. Can Abit continue their trend of high performance, highly tweakable motherboards? Read the review to find out!
HEXUS has the MSI 845 Ultra ARU (i845D) motherboard up for review which is MSI's top of the line i845D motherboard featuring ATA133 RAID via Promise controller, 4 USB 2.0 ports (as well as 4 USB 1.1) and C-Media CMI8738 PCI 6-channel onboard sound. It's worth a look.