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What do you get when you combine the AMD 761 chipset, 3 DDR DIMM slots, AGP Pro and IDE RAID? To find out, head on over to The Duke of URL and see their latest review of the Gigabyte GA-7DXR Motherboard.
Seems that Soyo is getting fancy with naming their boards, but NewsForge has the explanation of the name and of the board itself. Take a look at their latest review of the Soyo K7VDRAGON Motherboard.
Dan's Data dares to compare a couple of top selling motherboards based on the KT133A chipset. here's a snip:
"Iwill's KK266Plus-R and MSI's K7T Turbo-R Limited Edition are a couple of Via KT133A-based Socket A motherboards that are each well capable of serving as the base for a rather stacked computer. Both have four IDE connectors, RAID capabilities, built-in sound and serious overclocking features."
Active Hardware take a look at a motherboard by a company named Azza...namely the Azza 815EPX Motherboard. here's what they had to say about it:
"The Azza 815EPX is one of the newest boards on the market to base itself around the Intel 815EP chipset. One of the more interesting aspects of the 815EPX is its support for Azza-Up - a feature that allows USB and audio ports to be relayed to the front of the system, rather than the back. Azza-Up is included as part of the Jumbo Pack version of the 815EPX board. As for the rest, the 815EPX is essentially a conventional board, with all the normal features one might expect, including support for PC133 memory and ATA100 drives."
PC Hardware have reviewed the Abit KG7 Motherboard and have benched it under both W2K and Linux. here's a snippet:
"Abit also included several advanced memory and chipset timing settings. The memory settings are not very hard to operate considering that there are several templates: Manual, Auto, Normal, Fast, Turbo, Ultra. I couldn't see what settings every template used, but if you know a little bit about clock signals you should be able to achieve the same results using the Manual setting on any mobo."