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ECS K7S5A SIS 735

The SiS 735 chipset was blowing some minds not too long ago, so we at TweakTown wanted to see what all the excitment was about. Take a look at the latest review from Sov concerning the ECS K7S5A Motherboard and let's see if it will rock your world.

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Sep 11, 2001 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8.0%      Manufacturer: Elitegroup Motherboards

 

Introduction

 

Elitegroup Motherboards, or ECS as they are known, has have just recently made a name for themselves. Though being around for nearly 15 years, it has only been in the last two that ECS have really gained any popularity.

 

ECS has made its major dent in the OEM market, which is why we see so many of their motherboards exhibiting OEM specs such as AMR, CNR and ACR devices built into the motherboard. Onboard modems and NIC's on VIA KM133 and KLE133 chipsets make their motherboards very attractive for the OEM and system integrators; but what about the power users? Well, most recently they have covered that sector as well.

 

Our first taste of ECS was the K7VZA motherboard which made a good impression on us for an OEM/Overclockers motherboard. Today, in conjunction with SiS, ECS have shipped us a Sample motherboard of the SiS variety. It seems that ECS is doing the Reference boards for SiS and the 735 chipset, so this will be a sort-of dual review; testing the board as well as giving you some information on the SiS 735 chipset.

 

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