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Albatron PX845E Pro II Motherboard Review

With so many choices in the Pentium 4 i845 market, the decision can leave you nearly staggered. Come join Asher "Acid" Moses as he takes a hard look at yet another entry into this particular field; namely the Albatron PX845E Pro II Motherboard. It has some features that may be just what the doctor ordered. Does it have what it takes to compete in an already crowded market? Let's find out!

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Aug 31, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Albatron




Allow me to introduce Albatron, the latest motherboard manufacturer out of Taiwan. We caught our first glimpse of Albatron and their products at this year's Computex in Taipei where they assured us that they had some very interesting products ready to hit the market immediately. The first of these products to make its way to our testing labs was the KX400+ featuring the VIA KT333 chipset yet supporting DDR400 memory. We were relatively happy with this board, however, its lack of RAID, USB 2.0, PCI/AGP divider adjustments and voltage tweaks significantly brought down its rating.


A month or so later we received Albatron's PX845E Pro II motherboard, featuring Intel's i845E chipset for the socket478 Pentium 4. It supports DDR266 memory and comes packed with onboard features. In the past, we have tested some very attractive i845E motherboards and there are certainly plenty of other viable i845E solutions already on the market.


Does the Albatron PX845E Pro II have what it takes to compete in an already crowded market? Read on to find out!


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