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ASUS A7V266 KT266 Motherboard

Asus has been in the motherboard business for quite some time now. They always try to create a board with the latest chipsets, and for the most part try to make them overclocker friendly. So let's go on a tour of the A7V266 board with Sov as he tells us whether or not this motherboard should be considered when it comes time for your next upgrade.

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Oct 17, 2001 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 7.5%      Manufacturer: ASUStek

 

Introduction

 

Asus, one of the biggest names in motherboards in the 21st century, is at it again with more boards than any other and a wider variety. In my dealings with many board makers, ASUS is the only one to have such a wide range of board, from the overclockers to the integrators. ASUS has followed the market very well and has put out at least one or two boards based on each new revolutionary chipset and value chipset.

 

We only need look at the ASUS webpage to discover this; ASUS has AMD 760, ALi MagiK 1, Apollo KT133, KT133A, KX133 and AMD 750 boards, and that is just for the Athlon range. Its Intel range is much more in depth. ASUS has been just about the only company to use every variety of chipset with their boards. So if you are a ALi, SiS, Intel or VIA fan, you will find a board from ASUS with that chipset.

 

ASUS' new motherboard that we are reviewing today is the A7V266 featuring the KT266 chipset and supporting DDR SDRAM and Athlon/Duron/Palomino processors. So lets first take a look at the specifications of this board...

 

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