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Thread: SiS 735




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    I'm getting an ECS K7S5A on sunday i believe. anyone have any problems with this little value gem?

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    Got one runnin' here with a 1.2 Athlon (133 FSB) and it runs great. :) :thumb:
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    Anyone else?

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    It's been testing pretty decent, but it has very limited overclocking capabilities. We reviewed one here at TweakTown. Here's the link for ya:
    http://www.tweaktown.com/document.ph...review&dId=102
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    It's cheap and it's fast but No.1 son ain't into oc'n so that why he go it. ;)
    Such a waste of a good CPU though. :(
    But VERY stable. :D
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    I've only heard good things about it, especially its stability.

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    i hear the kt266a's rule

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznx
    i hear the kt266a's rule

    But the KT266A isn't a "value" chipset - the SiS735 certainly is ;)
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    Yes it's definately a value job as the board cost $169aus. ;)
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    My current board cost only about US$15 more than these "Value Boards"...AND it has the KT266A chipset, which is awesome by the way. :D
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