Processor: AMD Athlon 1.06GHz
Memory: 128MB PC150 Kingmax SDRAM
Video Card: ABIT Siluro GF2 GTS
Drivers: VIA 4.04 AGP, NVIDIA Det 3 rev 6.47
Software Windows 98SE, Sandra 2001, Quake 3 Arena, 3DMark2000, Star Trek Armada, Star Trek Voyager Elite Force.
- Results Sisoft Sandra 2001 CPU Benchmark
- Result Sisoft Sandra 2001 Multimedia Benchmark
- Results Sisoft Sandra 2001 Memory Benchmark
- Results 3DMark2000 1024x768 16bit color
- Results MDK2 1027x768 32bit Color (T&L)
- Results Quake 3 Arena 1024x768 32bit Color
- Results Star Trek Armada 1024x768 16bit color
- Results Star Trek Voyager Elite Force 1024x768 32bit color
The MSI K7T Turbo-R for its early ages, is almost completely flawless. Stability at 133Mhz FSB was excellent, no freezing in Windows, no crashes during applications and games or any registry errors that we have seen with other beta and engineering sample boards, such as the Iwill KK266-R. Our only major quarrel with this board was that there isn't a lot of space around the Socket A, while there is enough for Orb coolers we prefer the Alpha PEP66-T cooler which requires a bit more space around the Socket A. MSI have again produced a very nice motherboard, well done!
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