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ASUS A7V133 - ASUS A7V133 - Page 5


| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Jul 14, 2001 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: ASUStek

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The ASUS A7V133 motherboard is another board from ASUS that commands the rest. Stability, overclockability and compatibility are far beyond expectations. The layout of the board is so clean that no matter the heatsink it is guaranteed to fit on. The only major quarrels was once again the inclusion of an AMR slot over the more widely used ISA slot. The inclusion of the Promise ATA-100 controller with actual support for RAID functions is a welcomed one by the hardware community, now we have a choice of boards to use for RAID. With all said and done the ASUS A7V133 has won our hearts and hopefully for all you out there thinking about getting one this has given you some useful insight into the A7V133's capabilities.



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