Compared to some of the main players in the motherboard industry, Soltek is a relatively new company, being founded just six years ago. Their main offices are in Taipei, Taiwan and during the last year or two, Soltek have been developing quite a name for themselves amongst hardware enthusiasts due to their high performing, stable motherboards that are sold at prices most people can afford.
The latest addition to Soltek's SocketA motherboard lineup is the 75DRV5. This is the third VIA KT333 board to hit the TweakTown labs and I'm sure it won't be the last - It also happens to be our first Soltek motherboard review. Can the 75DRV5 live up to the standards set by Soltek's previous products? Read on to find out!
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