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Soltek SL-85DRS2 Review @ OCAU

Soltek SL-85DRS2 Review @ OCAU news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages

By Cameron Wilmot on Apr 13, 2002 12:44 am CDT - 0 mins, 46 secs reading time

Our own Asher Moses has taken a look at the Soltek SL-85DRS2 DDR 333 Pentium 4 motherboard based on the SiS645 A2-revision chipset over at OCAU. Agg and the team needed a hand with some extra reviews, so Asher was "enlisted" to help our friends over at OCAU with a couple reviews.

The 85DRS2 features a slot layout of 6 PCI, 1 AGP and 3 DIMM. This is an ideal layout for enthusiasts because it removes any ISA/CNR/AMR slots that are no longer used by many people and leaves space for more important components. The 6 PCI slots are very handy for those of you that like to use many PCI devices or have a cooler on your AGP card that renders the first PCI slot useless. The three DIMM slots support a total of 3GB DDR266 memory or 2GB DDR333 memory. This should be more than enough for anyone thinking about purchasing a board for general use.
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