Double inspection for SOYO's KT 133A mobo
And loads of other mainboarding fun
HWRoundup OCWorkbench investigates the new KT133A board from SOYO, the SOYO SY-K7VTA Pro. The board turns out to be unexceptional, missing AGP Pro support and RAID. However, if you are looking for a platform to run a newer TBird, you could do worse. Read the review to find out what else the OCers had to say.
Same board, different site and pretty much the same conclusions if not using the same words. These guys were pleased with its performance but disappointed with the missing features. We never said it would be easy. Click here to get AthlonOC's take on the offering from SOYO.
If you haven't got your mitts on a Duron 850 yet, you are probably wondering what they're like. Before you are overcome with the urge to spend your cash on the processor, have a look at this review at Game PC, who seemed quite impressed. More benchmarks than you can shake a stick at, depending on the stick, we assume.
BXBoards have notched up another review, this time of the Epox 8KTA3 Socket A mainboard. Kitted out with the new VIA KT133a chipset, there have been a couple of reviews of this board in recent days, but one more won't hurt. Have a look here.
The self-confessed computer addicts at Trainwrecker want to tell you about the CUSL2C from Asus, and they want to tell you that they like it. Not one to collect dust with, is the message. Read more here. ®
After all this you are probably inspired to go grab your soldering iron and your little screwdrivers and make a mess of your mainboard in a spree of overclocking joy. When you come back from the shed, all clocked out, there is more to inspire you in the hardware archives. Enjoy.